Diet

Sugar and Cancer are Indeed ‘directly’ Connected

New Liver Disease Forum – Join Now! We now have a forum on this domain which is completely unassociated with Facebook. Join up for help, advice and support! Ask questions – get answers! Join Now! The Connection An estimated 12.5 million people had some form of cancer in 2009, according to the American Cancer Society.…

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Experts Agree – Sugar is a Health Destroyer

New Liver Disease Forum – Join Now! We now have a forum on this domain which is completely unassociated with Facebook. Join up for help, advice and support! Ask questions – get answers! Join Now! Sugar In the U.S., there is a love affair with sugar. Even for those of us who don’t consume soft…

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9 things that can happen – when you give up sugar

9 things that can happen to your body when you give up sugar From your skin to your weight, your mental health and more, cutting out sugar can lead to some big improvements. Sugar will give you soaring highs, but it’ll make you pay with crashing lows afterwards. And we’ve never been more aware of…

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Thanksgiving – Which of these recipes is harmful to your liver?

  Thanksgiving is the ultimate food holiday, characterized by families gathering together to indulge in a culinary feast. Aside from turkey, one of the most traditional Thanksgiving dishes is the much-loved green bean casserole. Unfortunately, a classic green bean casserole hardly resembles a healthful veggie recipe. For those with Hepatitis C, a green bean casserole…

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5 Rules of The Anti-Inflammatory Diet

5 Rules of The Anti-Inflammatory Diet Hepatitis literally translates to liver inflammation. Find out how you can help manage Hepatitis C by adhering to the five principles of the anti-inflammatory diet. If you are one of the estimated three and a half million Americans with the Hepatitis C virus, your liver is the setting of…

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A High Carbohydrate Diet for Fatty Liver Disease and Diabetes

A High Carbohydrate Diet Is The Most Effective Treatment For Fatty Liver Which Causes Type 2 Diabetes By Nancy Mure PhD 2017-02-10 11:03 Yale study slaps down misinformation on the cause of Type 2 Diabetes. Hint: it’s your liver and high carbohydrates are are the cure. You’re middle aged and that spare tire has grown…

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Why Sugar Is Called "The White Death"

Why Sugar Is Called “The White Death” and the Sugar Cancer Connection By Ty Bollinger As good as it may taste, sugar is NOT your friend. It may “feel” like your friend when it comforts you (due to the beta-endorphin rush in your brain), but sugar is really your ENEMY. Truth be told, regular consumption…

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Could turmeric really boost your health?

Could turmeric really boost your health? 20 September 2016 Bold health claims have been made for the power of turmeric. Is there anything in them, asks Michael Mosley. Turmeric is a spice which in its raw form looks a bit like ginger root, but when it’s ground down you get a distinctive yellowy orange powder…

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Dark chocolate may help counteract oxidative stress in fatty liver disease

Dark chocolate may help counteract oxidative stress in fatty liver disease, study finds Camille Bienvenu Mon, 05 Sep 2016 NASH is a subset condition of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), characterised by excess fat building up in the liver. NAFLD is thought to occur in at least half of patients with type 2 diabetes. In…

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