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Comment améliorer la qualité de votre sommeil

Le mois de mars risque de chambouler complètement votre routine de sommeil. En effet, nous perdrons une heure de sommeil le dimanche 13 mars prochain, puisque nous passerons à l’heure avancée. Heureusement, le 18 mars, vous pourrez dormir autant que vous voulez si vous célébrez la Journée… Lire la suite

Low-Carb More Effective in Lowering Blood Pressure than Low-Fat and Orlistat

A study recently published in the Archives of Internal Medicine has demonstrated that a low-carb diet is more effective at lowering blood pressure than the weight–loss drug orlistat in concert with a low-fat diet. William S. Yancy, Jr., an associate professor of medicine at Duke University Medical Center and… Lire la suite

Atkins Diet Beats Low-Fat for Improving Metabolic Syndrome

Over the years, thousands of people have turned to the Atkins dietary strategy of reduced sugar and carbohydrates for its demonstrated ability to help people lose weight and keep it off. But in the last decade, emerging research has shown over and over again, that the Atkins diet can actually… Lire la suite

The Cholesterol Myth

Eating fatty foods raises cholesterol to dangerous levels, endangering cardiovascular health, right? Not necessarily. Let's take this step by step: What is cholesterol? Like fats, cholesterol is a lipid, and like them, it's essential for life. How so? Cholesterol, along with fats, is essential for normal cellular function, hormone production,… Lire la suite

Low-Fat Diets Don’t Deliver on Heart Health

Unless you're living on another planet, you've heard this message: reduce your intake of fat and cholesterol to achieve a healthy weight and decrease the likelihood of developing heart disease. In fact, the terms “healthy" and “low fat" seem inextricably linked. But now we know that the rationale for a… Lire la suite

Waist Size Predicts Heart Failure (more reasons to reduce your waist size)

The main reason people over 65 wind up in the hospital is heart failure, also known as “congestive heart failure." And the very best predictor of whether or not you're likely to get heart failure might surprise you. It's waist size. A new study published in the journal Circulation(1) tracked data… Lire la suite

The Role of Dietary Fats and Cholesterol in Heart Health

This Quick Study demystifies dietary fats and explains their impact on risk factors for heart disease and other health problems. You'll learn about the various types of fat--as well as some basics about cholesterol, HDL, LDL and triglycerides--then find out how the Atkins Nutritional Approach (ANA )can be a powerful… Lire la suite

Dukan Diet, Where Is The Science

Where is the Science? Atkins Nutritionals is aware of no science nor clinical research that supports the claims made for the Dukan Diet. Absolutely no research has been done on the diet to substantiate its claims. In fact, the British Dietetic Association branded the Dukan Diet one of the five… Lire la suite

Dealing with Gallbladder Disorders

The message that your gallbladder is sending could very well be this: Beware the effects of bad nutrition. In recent years surgeons have been increasingly removing gallbladders, presumably in an attempt to treat gallstones and related disorders. But the gallbladder is fundamental to your well-being. Among other functions, it stores… Lire la suite

Epilepsy: A low-carbohydrate diet may be just what the doctor ordered

We've known for some time that a high-protein, low-carbohydrate (and high-fat) diet is effective in controlling epileptic seizures in children. In fact, the ketogenic diet is used in over a dozen hospitals around the country as an intervention for epilepsy. Now some new research from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine… Lire la suite

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