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    Saturday, February 06, 2016

    PSYCHIATRIC DRUGS

    Benzodiazepines as sleeping pills, do more harm than good, Peter Gotzsche, MD

    “One of the classic uses of benzodiazepines is as sleeping pills, but this usage also does more harm than good,” writes Prof. Peter C. Gotzsche, MD in Chapter 4 titled Anxiety of his excellent book Deadly Psychiatry and Organised Denial.

    “The trials are biased, and a meta-analysis found that after adjustment for this, patients at least 60 years of age with insomnia slept 15 minutes longer on benzodiazepines or similar drugs than on placebo,” Prof. Gotzsche continues.

    “Adverse cognitive events were five times [5X] more common, adverse psychomotor events three times [3X] more common, and daytime fatigue four times [4X] more common than if the patients received placebo.

    “After a few weeks, the pills don’t work any longer and all that is left are the harmful effects.

    Patients who took such drugs had a higher risk of falls – which cause many deaths because of hip fractures – and motor vehicle crashes.

    “A study showed that benzodiazepines doubled the risk of injurious falls in people at least 80 years of age; these falls cause almost 1,800 deaths every year in France.

    “In another large cohort, benzodiazepines or Z drugs [Zaleplon (Sonata), Zolpidem tartrate (Ambien), Zopiclone (brand names Zimovane and Imovane)] doubled the death rate.”



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    Friday, February 05, 2016

    SSRI’s & SUICIDE

    Lilly scientists pressured to alter records for fluoxetine to change suicide attempts to ‘overdose’

    Fluoxetine (Prozac) and other serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRI’s) increase the risk of suicide. The Boston Globe wrote an article talking about this in 2000. The article noted that…

    “The company’s internal documents [Eli Lilly and Co.], some dating to the mid-1980s, as well as government applications and patents, indicate that the pharmaceutical giant has known for years that its best-selling drug could cause suicidal reactions in a small but significant number of patients.

    “Internal documents show that in 1990, Lilly scientists were pressured by corporate executives to alter records on physician experiences with Prozac [fluoxetine], changing mentions of suicide attempt to “overdose” and suicidal thoughts to “depression.”



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    Posted by Larry Hobbs on Fri, Feb 05, 2016 1:02 am | [0] comments

    SSRI’s & SUICIDE

    Fluoxetine (Prozac) caused 3-fold increased risk of suicide compared to placebo

    Fluoxetine (Prozac) and other serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRI’s) increase the risk of suicide. The Boston Globe wrote an article talking about this in 2000. The article noted that…

    “Three years before Prozac [fluoxetine] received approval by the US Food and Drug Administration in late 1987, the German BGA, that country’s FDA equivalent, had such serious reservations about Prozac’s safety that it refused to approve the antidepressant based on Lilly’s studies showing that previously nonsuicidal patients who took the drug had a fivefold [5-fold] higher rate of suicides and suicide attempts than those on older antidepressants, and a threefold [3-fold] higher rate than those taking placebos.”



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    Posted by Larry Hobbs on Fri, Feb 05, 2016 1:00 am | [0] comments

    SSRI’s & SUICIDE

    Fluoxetine (Prozac) causes 1 in 100 people to develop severe form of anxiety and agitation

    Fluoxetine (Prozac) and other serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRI’s) increase the risk of suicide. The Boston Globe wrote an article talking about this in 2000. The article noted that…

    “Lilly’s own figures, in reports made available to the Globe, indicate that 1 in 100 previously nonsuicidal patients who took the drug in early clinical trials developed a severe form of anxiety and agitation called akathisia, causing them to attempt or commit suicide during the studies.”

    The article later notes that:

    “Yet the problems with Prozac were known even before it was introduced to the US market. Figures in a 1984 Lilly document indicated that akathisia, the severe agitation that can lead to suicide, occurs in at least 1 percent of patients, a level considered a “frequent” event, and as such must be disclosed in a company’s product literature and package inserts. But there is no such disclosure in Prozac’s US literature, and it is not clear whether the FDA panel charged with approving Prozac simply overlooked or did not have access to certain critical data of Lilly’s.

    “As a result, researchers say that most US doctors do not know to warn patients of the potentially dangerous effect which, according to published literature on the topic, can be alleviated with sedatives or by going off the drug.

    “German regulators, who eventually approved Prozac for use in that country, require a warning label about the risk of suicide and suggest the concurrent use of sedatives when necessary.

    “Akathisia is listed in Lilly’s US product literature, but as an infrequent event in Prozac users. No mention is made of its potential relationship to suicide.”



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    Posted by Larry Hobbs on Fri, Feb 05, 2016 12:50 am | [0] comments

    SSRI’s & SUICIDE

    ‘Probably 50,000 people have committed suicide on Prozac’ said Dr. David Healy

    Fluoxetine (Prozac) and other serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRI’s) increase the risk of suicide. The Boston Globe wrote an article talking about this in 2000. The article noted that…

    “Using figures on Prozac both from Lilly and independent research, however, Dr. David Healy, an expert on the brain’s serotonin system and director of the North Wales Department of Psychological Medicine at the University of Wales, estimated that ‘probably 50,000 people have committed suicide on Prozac since its launch, over and above the number who would have done so if left untreated.’”

    [And this was as of the year 2000.]



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    Thursday, February 04, 2016

    PSYCHIATRIC DRUGS

    If you ask me, no one should take antidepressants, Peter Gotzsche, MD

    “If you ask me, no one should take antidepressants,” writes Prof. Peter C. Gotzsche, MD in Chapter 16 What can patients do? of his excellent book Deadly Psychiatry and Organised Denial.



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    Posted by Larry Hobbs on Thu, Feb 04, 2016 3:25 am | [0] comments

    PSYCHIATRIC DRUGS

    Fluoxetine (Prozac), a terrible drug, Peter Gotzsche, MD

    “The SSRIs are pretty terrible drugs and patients aren’t too happy taking them. But doctors choose to ignore how bad these pills are,” writes Prof. Peter C. Gøtzsche, MD in Chapter 3 Depression of his excellent book Deadly Psychiatry and Organised Denial.

    “When the first best-selling SSRI, fluoxetine [Prozac], appeared in the late 1980s, there was no doubt about it. Senior management in Eli Lilly wanted to shelve it after having considered to market it for eating disorders, but Lilly was in serious financial trouble and had to make it a success,” Prof. Gøtzsche continues.

    “Initially, the FDA was sceptical and noted serious flaws in Lilly’s trials.

    “An FDA officer wrote in 1984 that patients who didn’t do well after two weeks had their code broken, and if they were on placebo, they were switched to fluoxeine.

    “In this way, six weeks of fluoxetine was compared to two weeks on placebo, which is a hopelessly flawed comparison and, with the blinding broken, more bias was introduced.

    “It also turned out that 25% of the patients had taken an additional drug, and when the FDA in 1985 removed patients on other drugs from Lilly’s trials, there was no significant effect of fluoxetine.

    “By adding benzodiazepines, Lilly broke the rules for its trials but didn’t inform the FDA, and when the FDA later learned about it, the agency permitted it and thereby broke its own rules.

    “The public and the doctors were never informed about this ruse.

    “The FDA went to extremes to make it look like fluoxetine worked.

    “Perhaps the fact that Lilly is an American company played a role.

    “Fluoxetine was approved when Bush senior was president and he had been a member of the board of directors of Lilly.

    “Vice President Dan Quayle was from Indiana where Lilly’s headquarters are, and he had former Lilly personnel on his own staff and sat on an FDA oversight committee.

    “The German drug regulator found fluoxetine ‘totally unsuitable for the treatment of depression,’ and furthermore noted that according to the patients’ self-ratings there was little or no response, in contrast to doctors’ ratings.”



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    PSYCHIATRIC DRUGS

    3 False Epidemics: ADHD, Autism and Childhood Bipolar Disorder, Peter Gotzsche, MD

    “Allen Frances, chairman for the DSM-IV task force [Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders], now believes the responsibility for defining psychiatric conditions needs to be taken away from the American Psychiatric Association (APA) and argues that new diagnoses are as dangerous as new drugs: ‘We have remarkably casual procedures for defining the nature of conditions, yet they can lead to tens of millions being treated with drugs they may not need, and that may harm them,’ writes Prof. Peter C. Gøtzsche, MD in Chapter 2 What does it mean to be mentally ill? of his excellent book Deadly Psychiatry and Organised Denial.

    “Frances noted that DSM-IV created three false epidemics because the diagnostic criteria were too wide: ADHD, autism and childhood bipolar disorder.”



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    Tuesday, February 02, 2016

    NUTS

    Walnuts provide 21% fewer calories than previously thought

    Eating nuts has been associated with weight loss.

    A recent study found that people extract 21% fewer calories from walnuts than what is listed on the label.

    A one ounce (28 gram) serving of walnuts provides 146 calories rather than 185 calories as previously thought.

    This helps to explain why eating tree nuts are associated with weight loss.



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    Monday, February 01, 2016

    NUTS

    1.5 ounces of almonds daily reduces calories absorbed by 3%

    Eating almonds and nuts is associated with weight loss.

    A recent study found that approximately 3% fewer calories were absorbed from the daily diet when people incorporated 1.5 ounces of almonds in their daily diet.

    This means that for people consuming a diet of 2000 to 3000 calories per day, they would absorb 60-90 fewer calories.



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    NUTS

    3 ounces of almonds daily reduces calories absorbed by 5%

    Eating almonds and nuts is associated with weight loss.

    A recent study found that “When an 84-g[ram] serving of almonds [3 ounces] was incorporated into the diet daily, the energy digestibility of the diet as a whole decreased by [approximately] 5%.”

    In other words, 5% fewer daily calories were absorbed for the entire diet.

    “Therefore, for individuals with energy intakes between 2000 and 3000 [calories per day], incorporation of 84 [grams] almonds [3 ounces] into the diet daily in exchange for highly digestible foods would result in a reduction of available energy of 100–150 [calories per day],” the authors write.

    “With a weight- reduction diet, this deficit could result in more than a pound of weight loss per month.”



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    Posted by Larry Hobbs on Mon, Feb 01, 2016 1:20 am | [0] comments

    NUTS

    Almonds provide 32% fewer calories than previously thought

    Eating almonds and nuts has been associated with weight loss.

    A recent study found that people extract 32% fewer calories from almonds than what is listed on the label.

    A one ounce (28 gram) serving of almonds provide 129 calories rather than 170 calories as previously thought.

    This helps to explain why eating almonds are associated with weight loss.



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    Thursday, January 21, 2016

    NIACIN

    3 grams of niacin reduced stroke risk by 24% during 6.5 year follow-up

    After 6.5 years of follow-up, 3 grams of niacin daily decreased the risk of stroke by 24% according to the Coronary Drug Project which was the first clinical trial investigating niacin which was done in 1975 as noted in an excellent review paper about niacin titled Niacin: another look at an underutilized lipid-lowering medication.



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    Posted by Larry Hobbs on Thu, Jan 21, 2016 4:18 am | [0] comments

    NIACIN

    3 grams of niacin reduced heart attack risk by 26% during 6.5 year follow-up

    After 6.5 years of follow-up, 3 grams of niacin daily decreased the risk of heart attack by 26% according to the Coronary Drug Project which was the first clinical trial investigating niacin which was done in 1975 as noted in an excellent review paper about niacin titled Niacin: another look at an underutilized lipid-lowering medication.



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    Posted by Larry Hobbs on Thu, Jan 21, 2016 4:10 am | [0] comments

    NIACIN

    3 grams of niacin reduced coronary revascularization risk by 67% during 6.5 year follow-up

    After 6.5 years of follow-up, 3 grams of niacin daily decreased the risk of coronary revascularization by 67% according to the Coronary Drug Project which was the first clinical trial investigating niacin which was done in 1975 as noted in an excellent review paper about niacin titled Niacin: another look at an underutilized lipid-lowering medication.



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    Posted by Larry Hobbs on Thu, Jan 21, 2016 4:00 am | [0] comments

    NIACIN

    3 grams of niacin reduced total mortality by 11% at a 15 year follow-up

    Among people who were randomly assigned to receive 3 grams of niacin daily, the risk of total mortality was 11% less at 15 years of follow-up according to the Coronary Drug Project which was the first clinical trial investigating niacin which was done in 1975 as noted in an excellent review paper about niacin titled Niacin: another look at an underutilized lipid-lowering medication.



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    Posted by Larry Hobbs on Thu, Jan 21, 2016 3:50 am | [0] comments

    Monday, January 18, 2016

    L-CARNITINE & HEART ATTACKS

    L-carnitine reduces all-cause mortality after a heart attack by 27%

    L-carnitine reduces all-cause mortality after a heart attack by 27% according to a meta-analysis of 13 studies.



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    L-CARNITINE & HEART ATTACKS

    L-carnitine reduces ventricular arrhythmias after a heart attack by 65%

    L-carnitine reduces ventricular arrhythmias after a heart attack by 65% according to a meta-analysis of 13 studies.



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    L-CARNITINE & HEART ATTACKS

    L-carnitine reduces development of angina after a heart attack by 40%

    L-carnitine reduces development of angina after a heart attack by 40% according to a meta-analysis of 13 studies.



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    L-CARNITINE & HEART ATTACKS

    L-carnitine reduces heart failure after a heart attack by 15%

    L-carnitine reduces heart failure after a heart attack by 15% according to a meta-analysis of 13 studies.

    However, there was a 21% chance that this difference seen between groups was due to random chance (P=0.21), in other words, it was not statistically significant, but this also means that there was a 79% chance the difference was due to the L-carnitine.

    This means that it is likely that the L-carnitine following a heart attack also reduces the risk of developing heart failure.



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    L-CARNITINE & HEART ATTACKS

    L-carnitine reduces death after a heart attack, minimum effective dose 2,000 mg per day

    L-carnitine given after a heart attack

    • reduces all-cause mortality by 27%
    • reduces ventricular arrhythmias by 65%
    • reduces development of angina (chest pain) by 40%
    • reduces heart failure by 15%
    • reduces infarct size

    according to a meta-analysis of 13 studies.

    The minimum effective dose seems to be 2 grams per day (2,000 mg).



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    Posted by Larry Hobbs on Mon, Jan 18, 2016 4:10 am | [0] comments

    L-CARNITINE & HEART ATTACKS

    L-carnitine reduces death after a heart attack, optimum dose 6,000 to 9,000 mg per day

    L-carnitine given after a heart attack

    • reduces all-cause mortality by 27%
    • reduces ventricular arrhythmias by 65%
    • reduces development of angina (chest pain) by 40%
    • reduces heart failure by 15%
    • reduces infarct size

    according to a meta-analysis of 13 studies.

    The optimum dose seems to be 6-9 grams per day (6,000 to 9,000 mg per day).



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    Monday, January 11, 2016

    STATINS

    Statins are likely a major contributing factor to the one million heart failures in US each year

    “With more than one million heart failure hospitalizations every year in the USA, the rapidly increasing prevalence of congestive heart failure is now described as an epidemic and it is likely that statin drug therapy is a major contributing factor,” according to a new paper by Peter H. Langsjoen MD featured in the documentary “Statin Nation” and others.



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    STATINS

    Statin-induced impairment in heart muscle function appears to be permanent

    “Statin-induced impairment in heart muscle function appears to be permanent, and even though patients may clinically benefit from discontinuation of the statin along with supplemental CoQ10, we believe that many years of statin drug therapy result in the gradual accumulation of mitochondrial DNA damage,” according to a new paper by Peter H. Langsjoen MD featured in the documentary “Statin Nation” and others.

    “A prolonged decrease in mitochondrial CoQ10 would diminish the ability to protect mitochondrial DNA from free radical damage.”



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    STATINS

    Statins provide no beneficial effect on coronary heart disease in trials since 2004-2005

    “After 2004–2005 [when new penalties were put in place regarding clinical trials in the EU], all clinical trials, performed by scientists relatively free of conflict of interest with pharmaceutical industries, reported… no significant beneficial effects were observed [with the use of statins] for the prevention of CHD [coronary heart disease],” according to a new paper by Peter H. Langsjoen MD featured in the documentary “Statin Nation” and others.

    “Currently, the majority of scientists continue to claim that statins are effective in preventing CHD [coronary heart disease], but these claims are based on meta-analyses of reports, including those published before the EU regulation (mostly in 1990s).”



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    STATINS

    Statins can cause congestive heart failure

    Statins can cause congestive heart failure by depleting coenzyme Q10 and ‘heme A’ which reduces ATP production according to a new paper by Peter H. Langsjoen MD featured in the documentary “Statin Nation” and others.

    Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is an energy molecule.

    “Statins cause heart failure by depleting the myocardium [heart muscle] of CoQ10, ‘heme A’ and selenoproteins, thereby impairing mitochondrial ATP production,” the paper notes.



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    STATINS

    Statins can cause coronary artery calcification by inhibiting synthesis of vitamin K2

    Statins can cause coronary artery calcification by inhibiting synthesis of vitamin K2 according to a new paper by Peter H. Langsjoen MD featured in the documentary “Statin Nation” and others.

    “Pharmacological evidence and clinical trial results support the interpretation that statins stimulate atherogenesis by suppressing vitamin K2 synthesis and thereby enhancing artery calcification,” the paper notes.



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    STATINS

    Statins are NOT effective, but can CAUSE heart disease, heart failure and diabetes

    “In summary, statins are not only ineffective in preventing CHD [coronary heart disease] events but instead are capable of increasing CHD and heart failure,”  according to a new paper by Peter H. Langsjoen MD featured in the documentary “Statin Nation” and others.

    “Physicians who are involved in prescribing cholesterol-lowering medications cannot ignore the moral responsibility of ‘informed consent’.

    “Patients must be informed of all statin adverse effects, including the ability to cause CHD and heart failure, onset of diabetes mellitus, carcinogenicity, teratogenicity and central and peripheral nervous disorders besides the well-known rhabdomyolysis and hepatic injury.”

    “Most of these adverse effects of statins become apparent after 6 or more years of statin therapy.”

    “Chronic administration could ultimately lead to these statin adverse effects as pharmaceutical and biochemical research has now demonstrated.”



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    Tuesday, December 29, 2015

    MEAL REPLACEMENT SHAKES

    Meal replacement shakes for breakfast and lunch help people lose 20 pounds

    People drinking Slim-Fast meal replacement shakes for two meals a day, and eating a low-fat evening meal lost as much weight as people following a 1400 calorie per day diet.

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    MEAL REPLACEMENT SHAKES

    Meal replacement shakes help women lose 12% of body weight in five months

    Women consuming a 1,000 calories per day including four servings of a liquid meal replacement (Optifast 800) lost an average of 12.1 percent of their body weight after five months compared to 7.8 percent for another group eating a 1,200 to 1,500 calorie per day diet versus 0.1 percent for non-dieting control group according to a new study from researchers at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine in Philadelphia.

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    Wednesday, December 23, 2015

    MEAL REPLACEMENT SHAKES

    Meal replacement shakes caused 5-year weight difference of 27.5 lbs in men, 24.5 lbs in women

    Meal replacement shakes caused a dramatic difference in weight loss or weight gain over a 5-year period according to a 2000 paper.

    MEN

    Weight difference in men: -12.8 lbs vs +14.7 lbs, a difference of 27.5 lbs

    The average weight loss in 50 men who used meal replacement shakes was 12.8 pounds after five years versus a weight gain of 14.7 pounds for a group of "142 matched male controls".

    This is a difference of 27.5 pounds for men.

    WOMEN

    Weight difference in men: -9.2 lbs vs +14.3 lbs, a difference of 23.5 lbs

    The average weight loss in 84 women who used meal replacement shakes was 9.2 pounds after five years versus a weight gain of 14.3 pounds for a group of "247 female controls".

    This is a difference of 23.5 pounds for women.

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    MEAL REPLACEMENT SHAKES

    Meal replacement shakes cause greater weight loss than diet alone: 15.6 lbs vs 6.4 lbs

    People trying to follow a diet by using meal replacement shakes lost 9 pounds more than people not using the shakes according to a recent study.

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    MEAL REPLACEMENTS

    Women lost 13-14% in four months with either caesin or soy meal replacements

    Women consuming 3 meal replacements shakes per day, one prepackaged entree and 5 servings of fruits and vegetables for a total of 1100 to 1200 calories per day lost an average of 13 to 14 percent in four months according to a study from University of Kentucky in Lexington, Kentucky, USA.

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    Tuesday, December 22, 2015

    LOW CALORIE DIETS

    Meal replacements cause weight loss of 9.6% after six months

    An analysis of studies that used meal replacements found that people lost an average of 9.6 percent of body weight after six months according to a review paper.

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    LOW CALORIE DIETS

    Meal replacements cause weight loss of 7.5% after one year

    An analysis of studies that used meal replacements found that people lost an average of 7.5 percent of body weight after one year according to a review paper.

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    MEAL REPLACEMENTS

    Two meal replacements per day caused weight loss of 18.9 lbs

    People who ate two meal replacements per day with a total of 800 to 1600 calories per day lost an average of 18.9 pounds or 9.7 percent of body weight after six months according to a review paper.

    The average weight loss after two years was 11 pounds.

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    Posted by Larry Hobbs on Tue, Dec 22, 2015 2:40 am | [0] comments

    Sunday, December 20, 2015

    MEAL REPLACEMENT

    Whey protein meal replacement for 2 meals per day causes weight loss of 20.9 lbs in 6 months

    Obese men and women who replaced two meals per day with a meal replacement shake containing 215 calories, consisting of 15 grams of protein from whey protein, lost an average of 20.9 pounds in six months according to a recent study from researchers at the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization in Adelaide, South Australia.

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    Posted by Larry Hobbs on Sun, Dec 20, 2015 5:38 am | [0] comments

    MEAL REPLACEMENT

    Whey protein meal replacement causes weight loss of 21.8 lbs in one year

    Obese men and women who for the first six (6) months replaced two (2) meals per day with a meal replacement shake containing 215 calories, consisting of 15 grams of protein from whey protein, and then for the next six (6) months replaced one (1) meal per day, lost an average of 21.8 pounds in one (1) year according to a recent study from researchers at the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization in Adelaide, South Australia.

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    Wednesday, December 16, 2015

    POTASSIUM

    Women consuming 4500 mg of potassium per day vs 2700 mg were 15% less likely to die during 7.6 years

    The one-fifth of women consuming the most potassium, an average of roughly 4500 mg of potassium per day, were 15% less likely to die during a 7.6 year study than the one-fifth of women consuming the second most potassium, an average of 2700 mg per day according to The Scottish Heart Health Study.



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    POTASSIUM

    Women consuming 4500 mg of potassium per day vs 1560 mg were 59% less likely to die during 7.6 years

    The one-fifth of women consuming the most potassium, an average of roughly 4500 mg of potassium per day, were 59% less likely to die during a 7.6 year study than the one-fifth of women consuming the least potassium, an average of 1560 mg per day according to The Scottish Heart Health Study.



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