Lifestyle Medicine Update

Lifestyle Medicine Update

The weekly Lifestyle Medicine Update video provides you with a quick review of a recently published study from the fields of lifestyle medicine, anti-aging, disease management and prevention, with special emphasis on breakthrough nutrition and lifestyle research that can help keep you and your family healthy and functional for as long as possible.

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LMU - 07 Total Fat and Saturated Fat Increase Breast Cancer Risk: EPIC Study

LMU 07 – Total Fat and Saturated Fat Increase Breast Cancer Risk: EPIC Study Source: Journal of the National Cancer Institute, April, 2014. Vol. 106, No.5 Lifestyle Medicine Update (April 22, 2016) Results from the EPIC Study showed that women who consume the highest amount of total fat, and particularly...
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LMU - 06 Whey Protein Breakfast Gives Best Results for Type 2 Diabetes and Weight Loss

LMU 06 – Whey Protein Breakfast Gives Best Results for Type 2 Diabetes and Weight Loss Source: Endocrine Society Conference, April 1, 2016 Lifestyle Medicine Update (April 14, 2016) A ground-breaking study was presented showing how and why using a whey protein shake for breakfast significantly...
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LMU - 05 High-Dose Vitamin D Improves Indicators and Outcomes for Multiple Sclerosis Patients

LMU 05 – High-Dose Vitamin D Improves Indicators and Outcomes for Multiple Sclerosis Patients Source: Journal – Neurology, December, 2015 Lifestyle Medicine Update (April 11, 2016) Evidence over the years has shown that people with higher blood levels of vitamin D show a reduced risk for Multiple...
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LMU - 04 Diet, Lifestyle and Supplements Shown to Improve Survival in Breast Cancer Patients

LMU 04 – Diet, Lifestyle and Supplements Shown to Improve Survival in Breast Cancer Patients Source: Journal of Breast Cancer Research and Treatment Nov., 2011 Lifestyle Medicine Update (April 6, 2016) The LACE study showed that breast cancer survivors who were in the top 25% of following a healthy...
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LMU - 03 Diet and Colon Cancer Risk

LMU 03 – Diet and Colon Cancer Risk Source: Journal – Clinics in Colon and Rectal Surgery, Nov., 2009 Lifestyle Medicine Update (March 16, 2016) Over many years, studies have shown that only 5-10% of colo-rectal cancer cases result from inherited, genetic mutations. Up to 70% of colo-rectal cancer...
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LMU - 02 How Artichoke Lowers Cholesterol, Triglycerides, and Blood Sugar

LMU 02 – How Artichoke Lowers Cholesterol, Triglycerides, and Blood Sugar Source: Journal of Food and Nutrition Research, Vol. 4, No.1, 2016. p.60-68 Lifestyle Medicine Update (March 2016) This study showed that artichoke heads and leaves administered to diabetic rats lowered blood cholesterol,...
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LMU - 01 Vegetarians protected against prostate cancer?

LMU 01 – Vegetarians protected against prostate cancer? Source: American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (January, 2016) Nutrition / Natural Medicine Update (February , 2016) A large study published in January 2016 issue of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition showed that men who are vegans...
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