Processed Red Meat Increases Risk of Heart Failure

Processed Red Meat Increases Risk of Heart Failure
Unfortunately processed red meats are an integral part of the Standard American Diet . The United States is among the top meat-eating nations in the world. According to the US Department of Agriculture, the average American consumed more than 71.2 pounds of red meat (beef, veal, pork, and lamb) in 2012. About 22% of...
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Vegetables Knock Out Liver Cancer Risk

Vegetables Knock Out Liver Cancer Risk
Liver Cancer is one of the most common cancers  in the world. Data released by the World Cancer Research Fund International show that more than 780,000 cases of liver carcinoma were recorded globally in 2012. According to the American Cancer Society , over 40,000 people are expected to be diagnosed with liver cancer, and...
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Why Some World Regions Have Low Incidence of Breast Cancer?

Why Some World Regions Have Low Incidence of Breast Cancer?
In 2012, approximately 1.7 million women in the world were told “you have breast cancer.” No one really enjoys receiving such heartbreaking news. This disease is the number one cause of cancer-related deaths in women worldwide. According to 2013 data released by the World Health Organization (WHO) Global Health Estimates, 508,000 women died from...
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Cruciferous Vegetables Reduce Pancreatic Cancer Risk

Cruciferous Vegetables Reduce Pancreatic Cancer Risk
Regular consumption of large servings of cruciferous vegetables lowers the risk of developing pancreatic cancer, according to a recent Chinese study . Increased intake of cruciferous vegetables was found to reduce pancreatic cancer odds ratio to 0.78 in this study. Cruciferous vegetables are a class of vegetables with cross-shaped flowers. Cabbage, broccoli, kale, cauliflower,...
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Callie's Cancer Part 2

Callie's Cancer Part 2
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This post is Part 2 of Callie's Cancer blog that was posted on Monday, 22 August 2016. Please see it here . As a recap; our beloved 14-year-old feline friend and companion, Callie, began a health decline several years ago. As her health decline accelerated, we feared she was dying of cancer...
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Sean Carney
Ken,Thank you once again for updating us about your cat's cancer. If I did not know you, and your cat, I would have a difficult t... Read More
Wednesday, 25 January 2017 23:37
Linda Carney MD
Oh this is such wonderful news about Callie's improvement. Thank you very much for sharing your thoughts and her photo with us. ... Read More
Thursday, 26 January 2017 01:56
Chris Dove
What type of vegan diet did you feed her? Was it a dry commercial food or was it home made?
Thursday, 16 February 2017 18:44
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Callie's Cancer

Callie's Cancer
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Callie is a very dear member of our family. She is a person who just happens to be a 14-year-old cat. She plays a very prominent role in the family. She supervises household work. She loves (demands) loving time which includes being carried around the house lying on her back in my...
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Meat and Egg Products Increase the Risk of Stroke

Meat and Egg Products Increase the Risk of Stroke
Everywhere we look, we are confronted with the outcomes of recent studies which tout the benefits of low-carb high-protein diets, saturated animal fats, coconut oil...and the list goes on. Because of this, we periodically publish the results of scientific studies which reveal the opposite to be true. Show me the Science!  As reported by...
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Alzheimer's!!!

Alzheimer's!!!
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I was watching NASA TV the other day and a story on Alzheimer's research was playing. The story was about the benefits of growing cell cultures in micro-gravity. The goal is to study and learn the biological mechanisms of Alzheimer's disease in order to develop a drug for treatment. It was expressed...
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Insulin Resistance Insulin Sensitivity

Insulin Resistance Insulin Sensitivity
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As a Type-1 Diabetic and due to the manner in which I learned to manage it, Insulin Resistance became a passionate topic for me as it is a fundamental element of metabolic control. I learned that the lower the insulin resistance, the less insulin I had to inject and the better I...
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Thank you for this post Ken, it is so informative! Seems that you were really ahead of your time coming to these findings before i... Read More
Thursday, 05 October 2017 03:28
Ken Thomas
Hi Wes,Thanks for the kind words! Wow! 1400 calories per day? I am a small person; 5'4", 120 lbs. and I eat more than 1400 calorie... Read More
Thursday, 05 October 2017 16:30
Denise Rose
Ken, can you elaborate on this point: "Animal sourced protein causes insulin resistance by a different mechanism from fat. Instea... Read More
Thursday, 05 October 2017 18:27
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Ken’s Type-1 Diabetes Journey: Control Part 2 - When Things Go Amiss

Ken’s Type-1 Diabetes Journey: Control Part 2 - When Things Go Amiss
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By far, the most valuable knowledge I learned at the beginning of my Type-1 diabetes journey is that my blood-sugar is directly controlled by me. The inability to make my own insulin means that my metabolic system is “open-loop”. Open loop means the automatic control mechanism, insulin production, is broken thus requiring...
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