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Coffee Beans…The Other Gary Coleman Fruit

Coffee Beans…The Other Gary Coleman Fruit

| June 18, 2017 | 0 Comments

I’ve found my new coffee. One reason is obvious. The other reason is that’s it’s “light roast”. This seems counter to the BALi recommendation of Gary Coleman fruit. It makes sense, however, when you understand that coffee is the juice from Gary Coleman fruit, not a bean. Like cranberries, blueberries, currants, and other Gary Coleman […]

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Foods that Lower Cholesterol

Foods that Lower Cholesterol

| June 11, 2017 | 0 Comments

Cholesterol lowering drugs have been shown to have a wide variety of serious side effects, the latest being that they cause diabetes. Diabetes leads to “heart attacks” which is what you’re trying to prevent by taking the cholesterol drugs…go figure. These drugs also cause muscle damage that can lead to severe pain and kidney damage. […]

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Food for Thought – Preventing Alzheimer’s

Food for Thought – Preventing Alzheimer’s

| June 4, 2017 | 0 Comments

A commonly asked question I get is “What’s are ways to prevent Alzheimer’s? Crossword puzzles, brain exercises? I forget little things like…wait…what was I saying?” Alzheimer’s happens for the same 2 primary reasons most other medical conditions happen, inflammation and disuse atrophy. Inflammation is that war I continue to talk about between your immune system […]

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BALi for Blood Pressure

BALi for Blood Pressure

| June 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

Soooooo, there’s no such thing as “borderline high blood pressure or pregnancy. Normal for an adult is 120/80. If your numbers are above that, you have high blood pressure and an increased risk for “heart attack” (hearts don’t attack) and stroke. Both are caused by the same problem, a blood clot in an artery that […]

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Hormonal Reasons We’re Fat

Hormonal Reasons We’re Fat

| May 29, 2017 | 0 Comments

We’re fat for 3 basic hormonal reasons… One, is how much insulin we produce. The book “Why We Get Fat”, by Gary somebody, best documents the insulin connection. Insulin is the primary fat storage hormone. Secondly, one role of estrogen in humans is to stimulate growth of more fat cells. This comes in particularly handy […]

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