Intermittent Fasting (Tag Archives)

The 5:2 Diet: Fasting Pilot Study Shows Promise, But Has Drawbacks

The 5:2 Diet

Would you be interested in a job that required two days of work and five days off per week? How about a diet that only requires you to “diet” two days a week allowing you to take it easy the […]

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Fighting Brain Cancer and Disease with the Keto Diet | Shawn Wells Podcast

Shawn Wells

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[…]

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Study: The Blood Sugar / Alzheimer’s Disease Link Continues to Grow

Alzheimer's Diabetes

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 […]

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Research Confirms it: The “Sugar Coma” is REAL! But When is it Worst?

Keto Diet Expanding Brain

A double-blind, placebo-controlled study linked reduced attention and response times to glucose ingestion.[1] In short…

The sugar coma is real.

Sugar and caffeine are a match made in heaven for corporations like Monster Energy. For years now, energy drinks have […]

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