Clinical Review

Insulin: The Anabolic Hormone

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Our Ability To Respond To Insulin Is Called Insulin Tolerance
Insulin Functions As An Anabolic Hormone and A Brilliant Fat Storage Hormone
Insulin Prevents Sugar From Rising Too High And Is Essential to Glucose Transport
Chronic Insulin Elevation Occurs As A Result Of Consuming A Diet High In Refined Carbohydrates

PSN No. 36: Superfoods

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Good Examples of Superfoods include Almonds, Papaya, Kale and Garlic
The Bee Products Are A Sensational Category Of Superfoods Direct From Nature
Propolis is a Natural Antibiotics and an Excellent Remedy For Colds, Infection & Sports Injury
Unprocessed Raw Honey Promotes Healing and is An Excellent Reconstructive And Tonic

The True Wealth of Health

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Exercise And Nutrition are the Ultimate Prescription For Optimum Health And Long Life
Our Original Diet Consisted Of Organic, Unrefined Whole Food Teaming With Micronutrients
The Outcome of our State and Health is Based on the Choices We Make Everyday
Put Your Mind in Your Muscle and Your Muscle in Your Mind.

Life is a Sport

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The Objective of Sport Is To Play According To The Rules
The Objective of Sport Is To Score As Many Points As Possible
Sport As An Ideal Provides No Better Method To Gain Victory Over Self
Sport Was Created As A Means Of Getting Physical And As An Object Of Philosophical Idealism

PSN No. 35: The Importance & Safety of Protein (Part 2)

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The Prime Directive With Protein Is To Supply Our Biological Demand
High-Protein Diets Do Not Cause Kidney or Liver Damage in Healthy Athletes
Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN Test) Is Useful For measuring Excess Urea in the Blood
Take Extra B-Complex Vitamins To Compensate for Increased Protein Metabolism

PSN No. 35: The Importance & Safety of Protein (Part 1)

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There Are Two Types Of Protein. Simply Put, The Good and The Bad
High-Quality Non-Denatured Protein Increases Human Health Span
Damaged Denatured Protein Can Shorten Our Health Span
Protein is Essential to Maintaining a Positive Nitrogen Balance

Minerals: Their Importance in Human Nutrition

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Minerals Are Chemical Elements Required By Living Things
Selenium (Se) Functions As A Powerful Antioxidant & Enzyme Catalyst
Minerals Are Classified As One Of The Four Groups Of Essential Nutrients
Zinc Has To Be Present To Produce Insulin And Helps Prevent Insulin Resistance

Nutritional Genomics

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A Genome Is The Genetic Material Of An Organism Consisting Of DNA
Nutritional Genomics Studies The Relationship Between Our Genome, Nutrition And Health
Nutrigenetics Studies The Effect Of Genetic Variations On The Interaction Between Diet And Health
Nutrigenomics Studies The Biochemical Effects Of Nutrients On Health Through Altering Our Genome


PSN No. 34: Traditional Native Diets

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The Paleo Diet Was Originally Created By Dr. Walter Voegtlin
Aboriginal Native People Everywhere Consume Natural Whole Food
Prehistoric Humans Transitioned From Hunting & Gathering To Farming
Modern Humans Are Genetically Adapted To The Diet Of Our Paleolithic Ancestors

PSN No. 33: Nutrition Myths

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A Myth Is A Widely Held But False Notion
On Average Human Knowledge Is Doubling Every 13 Months
Much Of What Many Believe About Nutrition Is A Distortion Of Science
False Beliefs And False Assumptions Have A Huge Downside

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