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Research to Live By Podcast: Health | Medicine | Research
11 minutes | Oct 1, 2014
Preventing Breast Cancer with Red Wine
Red wine has already been lauded for its cardio-protective benefits due to a high level of resveratrol, so can you also fight breast cancer with red wine?
10 minutes | Sep 26, 2014
The Paradox of Exercise
When you are at your most fatigued, what’s the last thing on your mind? I bet it’s exercise. Exercise depletes energy right? Surprisingly, no, not at a cellular level. It creates energy.
19 minutes | Sep 17, 2014
Cancer – Not So Scary Now
Around the dinner table, which is the scarier topic: heart disease or cancer? By a country mile, the ‘C word’ is the most dreaded diagnosis in the world. Stroke? Familiar territory. Heart disease? Basically expected after a certain age. Cancer however strikes a special fear, owed to its uniqueness and mysterious genesis. The fear is unfounded considering it cancer claims far fewer lives than heart disease, and medicine is making great progress in our understanding of cancers, stripping away some of its mysticism.
19 minutes | Sep 12, 2014
Diabetes Caused By Pesticides?
Learn about the new research that is pointing to a new cause for type 2 diabetes - toxin exposure. Toxins drive mitochondrial dysfunction which in turn cause insulin resistance, the precursor to diabetes mellitus type 2. We also look at a new theory for obesity - toxic overload.
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