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  • New medication for type 2 diabetes Janumet

  • Metabolic Syndrome the Silent Epidemic
  • Metabolic Syndrome- the Mayo Clinic
  •  "Lose 30 Pounds in 3 Months" 

    From a patient of Keith Berkowitz, M.D. and Valerie Berkowitz, M.S., R.D.,CDN, CDE (professional consultants for the Syndrome X Association).

    Although this is an article in Men's Health, it can also apply to women, too. Click HERE for the article 
  • Seven Pains That You Shouldn't Ignore
  • Medication Works Best With Diet and Exercise
  • Is Salt Really Evil?
  • Salt Shockers~Dozens of Foods Can Drive Your Sodium Consumption Past Recommended Levels

  • Rate Your Risk for Depression
  • High Intensity Statin Therapy May Reverse Athereosclerosis
  • C-Reactive Protein, Statin Measured in Heart Disease
 


  • Can Poor Dental Health Increase the Risk of Heart Disease?

  • Low Carb Diets May Cut Heart Risks in Severly Obese:
  • Better Results with Cholesterol Lowering Food Combinations:
  • Pomogranate Juice May Clear Clogged Arteries

        More info? Click HERE 

  • Newly Discovered Hormone Cuts Appetite ~
    Read more about OBESTATIN
  • Does Fructose make you hungrier than you think? The University of Florida thinks so... Check out the article here

 

  • Conference News:
 
2006 Conference on Carbohydrate Restriction
January 20-22, 2006
Brooklyn, New York
 
 
Read the Review by Valerie Berkowicz, M.S.
Registered Dietician 
 
 
 

 

 
 
 

 
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