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Tuesday, July 24, 2012

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New Research Casts Doubt on Pasteurization Techniques For Milk
July 23, 2012 | JunkFood | N.Longo
Pastuerized milk is perhaps one of the most nutritionally deficient beverages misappropriately labeled as a "perfect food." Our public health officials even issue advisory warnings to ensure that those with weakened immune systems only consume pasteurized foods. The truth about pasteurization is that it denatures milk. It alters its chemical structure, makes fats rancid, destroys nutrients and ultimately results in the formation of free radicals in the body. New research conducted by the Milk Quality Improvement Program at Cornell's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences have identified the predominant spore-forming bacteria in milk and are casting doubt on current pasteurization techniques.

Pseudo Science vs. Natural Remedy: What Are The Myths You Follow That Keep On Making You Sick
July 23, 2012 | Prevention | J.Del Rosario
Have you ever reached for an over the counter medication, only to put it down and pick up a natural remedy instead? Nature offers people numerous ways to ease injuries and illnesses. Yet some pseudo-science medical myths can actually confuse the benefits of natural remedies and turn you feeling worse rather than better in no time.

Pre-Season Fitness Makes No Difference To Risk of Injury
July 23, 2012 | Fitness | Editor
But the type of sport played and gender did, according to a new study published in BioMed Central's open access journal Sports Medicine, Arthroscopy, Rehabilitation, Therapy & Technology. This study into varsity athletics found that women had a shorter time to injury than men and that certain sports, such as volleyball, also had a significantly shorter time to injury than others, such as hockey or basketball.

Less Salt Is Not Only Bad For Your Health, It Can Increase Your Risk of Death
July 20, 2012 | Prevention | M.Torres
The need to reduce the amount of salt in our diets has been one of the most persistent, yet misguided public health messages from the past two decades. We've all been told that reducing our consumption of salt will reduce disease and save thousands of lives per year. However, as usual, public health advice is once again the last advice you should follow.

High Doses of Vitamin D Needed For Elimination of Low Vitamin D Levels in African Americans
July 20, 2012 | Sunlight | Editor
Over 90% of African Americans may have vitamin D deficiency, and daily doses of 4,000IU or more may be needed to eliminate deficiency, says a new study from the Medical University of South Carolina.

Contrary To Popular Belief, Men and Women Have The Same Sexual Fantasies
July 20, 2012 | Sex | Editor
A study conducted at the University of Granada have demonstrated that there are not significant differences between men's and women’s sexual fantasies. The fact is that both sexes have intimate and romantic sexual fantasies involving their partner or loved one.

Don't Crash and Burn After Your Flight: Nutritional Carry-On Items Are The Key
July 19, 2012 | Immunity | M.Crossman
When you're flying, your carry-on bag is your home away from home and holds all of your essentials, from sleep masks to books that will hold your attention during your trip. For a pleasant flight, fill your bag with items that are relaxing, entertaining and even immunity-boosting. You’ll have everything you need to sit back, relax and enjoy your flight.

Bananas Are As Effective As Gatorade For Athletes Study Finds
July 19, 2012 | Nutrition | A.McCarthy
Can the modest banana provide the same or more health benefits during heavy exercise than high-tech sports drinks? A new US study has found that bananas were as least as effective as PepsiCo sports drink Gatorade in providing nutritional support to trained cyclists during prolonged and intensive exercise.

A Healthy Protein Rich Salad
July 19, 2012 | Nutrition | B.Kim
Looking for a light but filling summer salad while doing our full body cleanse program? Look no further than this colourful medley of antioxidant and protein-rich plant foods.

12 Foods You Can Regrow From Scraps
July 18, 2012 | NaturalLiving | Editor
The versatility of nature allows us to take parts of what we want and regrow it, many times without seeds. Want to talk about reuse and recycle? Nature invented it.

Media Blames Multivitamins For Schizophrenic Man's Psychosis and Murder of Father
July 18, 2012 | JunkJournalism | D.Mihalovic
Regardless of the absurdity of the claim, the mainstream media will stop at nothing to demonize vitamins. The CBC reported on a news segment which attempts to place the blame on multivitamins for a schizophrenic man's murder of his father. Adding further insult to injury, the report remarkably highlights the fact that the man's lack of anti-psychotic medications are the cause for the violence.

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