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Fat to Blame for Half a Million Cancers a Year

The problem is particularly acute in North America, the World Health Organization's cancer research agency said — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

Actor Eats Sugar for 60 Days, Gets Fatty Liver Disease – Youth Health Magzine


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Actor Eats Sugar for 60 Days, Gets Fatty Liver Disease
Youth Health Magzine
Just because you're not literally feeding yourself with a spoonful of sugar doesn't have to mean you're no longer eating it. A man dares to prove that sugar is actually present in more than 75% of food products in grocery stores, including those
Man eats sugar-heavy diet for 60 days, receives shocking diagnosisMyFox Washington DC
Raw actor Gameau super sizes on 'healthy' foods in sugar experimentBreakingNews.ie

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Fatty liver and obesity – Doctor Tipster


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Fatty liver and obesity
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A fatty liver means too much of fat in liver cells. If there are too much of fats in the diet than the body can handle, fatty tissues start to build up in the liver. If the fat makes up 5% of the liver, then it is known as fatty liver. Even though
Obesity can lead to liver diseaseSan Antonio Express-News

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Study: Probiotics Exert Dual Action to Aid a Fatty Liver – LiverSupport.com


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Study: Probiotics Exert Dual Action to Aid a Fatty Liver
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Studies such as the two just described are consistently coming to similar conclusions, but they do little to help us understand why probiotics prevent or reverse a fatty liver. First published online September 22, 2014 in Food & Function, a journal

Omega-3 Fatty Acids Decrease Heart Disease – It’s No Fish Tale – Science 2.0


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Omega-3 Fatty Acids Decrease Heart Disease – It's No Fish Tale
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There is also some evidence exists for the positive effects of alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), a plant-based omega-3 fatty acid. EPA and DHA can be found in seafood and fish oil, and are often consumed in the form of dietary supplements. ALA is found in
Omega-3 fatty acids decrease risk of getting heart diseaseNews-Medical.net

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What’s Worse, Carbs or Saturated Fats? You May Be Surprised – Tech Times


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What's Worse, Carbs or Saturated Fats? You May Be Surprised
Tech Times
People who consciously cut down their intake of saturated fats may be surprised to read the results of a recent study. Carbohydrates had a higher risk for increasing levels of fatty acids in a person's blood than saturated fats in a small study
Doubts cast on the dangers of saturated fatWebMD.Boots.com
High Carbs, Not High Fat, Linked To Heart Disease And DiabetesHeadlines & Global News
PLOS ONE journal: Pasta is more unhealthy than the cheese you put on it!Luxemburger Wort – English Edition
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Magistrate Saikou Fatty Meets Waterloo – As He Faces Corruption Charges – AllAfrica.com

Magistrate Saikou Fatty Meets Waterloo – As He Faces Corruption Charges
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Barrister Saikou Fatty, an erstwhile magistrate at the Bundung Magistrates' Court, was on Tuesday, 25th November, 2014 arraigned before Principal Magistrate Hilary Abeke at the same Magistrates' Court, on two-count charges of official corruption

Higher intake of fatty fish hinders cancer growth – Press TV


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Higher intake of fatty fish hinders cancer growth
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According to a study by the US-based Saint Luke's Mid America Heart Institute, those who consume a certain amount of rich omega-3 fatty acids in somes types of fish such as wild Alaskan salmon are found to be at a significantly lower risk for a number

Link between Free Fatty Acids and Acute MI, Type 2 Diabetes – Diabetes In Control

Link between Free Fatty Acids and Acute MI, Type 2 Diabetes
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Hyperglycemia causes an increase in free fatty acids (FFA), which is derived from lipolysis. An accumulation of FFAs can lead to insulin resistance, vascular dysfunction and myocardial dysfunction. This study investigated the possible association

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High sugar, salt, fatty foods trigger brain – The News Journal


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High sugar, salt, fatty foods trigger brain
The News Journal
When people think of addiction, they think of hard drugs and alcohol. But the disease has many forms. One kind in particular is much less publicized. But its addicts abuse the most readily accessible substance that's key to survival – food. "Food

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