What Causes a Heart Attack?

Plaque in a Heart Artery filled with Foam Cells A heart attack happens when a medium sized cholesterol and lipid filled plaque (deposit) covered with a layer of scar tissue in a heart artery becomes inflamed and ruptures.  This exposes a rough surface to which...

Low Carb Diets Are Not a Fad

    So often I have heard people say that Low carbohydrate diets are “just a fad”.  For me, this is just another example of how little education most people, including most doctors have regarding nutrition and the history of nutrition research.  In fact...
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