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Soybean Oil WRECKS the Gut Microbiome.. But They Won’t Tell You That

For years, the most well-researched members of the diet community have warned of the dangers of omega-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) such as soybean oil, given their high propensity for inflammation, obesity, and disease. A six month, randomized controlled diet study run in China has given new evidence for those warnings, as a diet high in soybean oil significantly damaged the gut microbiome in participants.[1]

The soybean study scandal

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Ketones Boost Muscle Health, Says New Research by Dr. Benjamin Bikman

Benjamin Bikman

Last year, I was fortunate enough to see Dr. Benjamin Bikman at KetoCon, and it was one of the best presentations I’d ever seen. I began following him on Twitter, and was excited to see that his team had published some new research.

He agreed to schedule some time to come onto my business channel, and the result was this massively informative interview where we learned about all kinds of things:

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Fighting Brain Cancer and Disease | Shawn Wells Podcast

DISCLAIMER

The information on this page and in the video below is not to be taken as medical advice, and neither participant is a doctor or oncologist.

You must speak to your doctor and receive written approval when beginning any new diet and/or supplementation program, and we take no responsibility for the opinions, evidence, or alternative adjunct strategies stated herein.

No diet or supplementation program should ever be used as a replacement for sound medical …

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2018 Study: The Blood Sugar / Alzheimer’s Disease Link Intensifies

Diabetes Alzheimers

In a recent investigation, a positive correlation was found between high blood sugar levels and cognitive decline associated with Alzheimer’s disorder. This finding is even more terrifying as the correlation is positive regardless of the participant’s diabetic state. In other words: more blood sugar, a faster cognitive decline.[1]

The study is titled “HbA1c, diabetes and cognitive decline: the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing”, was led by scientists at the School of Public Health …

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