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Dr. Eliaz: Balance the Scales of Digestion and Weight Control

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By Dr. Isaac Eliaz

People don’t become obese overnight. It’s an incremental process—a pound here, a pound there. Still, at such a rate, it may only take a few years before we’re 30…40…even 50 pounds heavier than our ideal weight.

Even though the process is gradual, we can still see it happening. Clothing that once fit perfectly is now in the Goodwill bag.

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Can’t Get to 10,000 Steps? Don’t Sweat It

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Fitness gurus have been preaching for years that we should take at least 10,000 steps a day for good health. And with the popularity of Fitbits and other personal trackers, the quest to reach that goal has become an obsession with some people.

But new research shows that if you don’t reach that daily target, you shouldn’t sweat it. There’s an easy way to get the same fitness benefits from far fewer steps: Simply walk faster.

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Combining These Two Foods Stops Cancer

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For years, cancer researchers have been baffled by a phenomenon called the “Japanese lung cancer paradox.”

American men who smoke have a 40 times greater risk of lung cancer than men who don’t smoke.

But Japanese men who smoke have a much lower incidence of lung cancer than American smokers. Their risk is still high—6.3 times greater than nonsmokers—but it’s just a fraction of the threat faced by American tobacco users.

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Red Wine Substance Slows Brain Aging, Study Shows

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A substance in red wine may be the key to healthy brain aging, according to a new study.

Resveratrol is a compound in red wine, red grapes, pomegranates, raspberries, and chocolate. It supports a strong blood-brain barrier, say Georgetown University researchers.1 This is an important factor in stopping potentially harmful immune molecules from reaching the brain and wreaking havoc.

Historically, it was thought that age-related brain fog came from “resident” brain immune cells.

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The Best Time to Exercise to Lose Weight

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Whether it’s walking, running, biking, or lifting weights, everybody knows that exercise helps you maintain a healthy weight. But does the time of day you work out make a difference.

In a fascinating study, Belgian researchers set out to answer that question. They had 27 men gorge themselves for six weeks. Every day they ate 30% more calories and 50% more fat than normal.

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The Artificial Sweetener Industry Pays Off Scientists, Hides Health Dangers

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The artificial sweetener industry has conspired to hide the dangers of its products while spreading false information that they are beneficial to health.

That’s the damning conclusion of a new international study. Researchers from four universities did an exhaustive analysis of 31 artificial sweetener studies published between 1978 and 2014.1

They uncovered secret payoffs to scientists doing studies on artificial sweeteners.

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