Archive For The “Health” Category

It’s Not Your Fault You’re Fat: How a Combination of Sleep Deprivation, Stress, High Fructose Corn Syrup, and Black Mold Can Make Anybody Fat

By | February 3, 2020

It’s Not Your Fault Your’re Fat shows how no matter what one does to change one’s habits and diet, it’s possible to still be made fat by the environment, the food supply itself, black mold exposure, and stress. The book shows how to lose weight by fixing one’s environment and avoiding the things interwoven into […]

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What Makes Us Fat: How to Solve the Obesity Epidemic

By | January 31, 2020

It’s not your fault if you are fat. There are many conditions forced upon society that make people fat. This novel shows how to counteract the conditions placed upon society by explaining why environmental conditions and food additives literally make people fat no matter what personal choices they make. Special Offer – READ THE REVIEWS!

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High-fat and/or fructose diet: effects in metabolism of the liver

By | January 25, 2020

Inadequate habits in lifestyle, either by an unbalanced diet, associated or not with sedentary lifestyle, culminating in a number of clinical conditions, such as dyslipidemia, obesity, type II diabetes mellitus (T2DM) and hypertension. The diagnosis of three or more risk factors are called metabolic syndrome, a major cardiovascular risk factor. Lack of time combined with […]

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Hi Fructose Magazine Volume 51 2019

By | October 17, 2019

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Please Don’t Eat the Wallpaper!: The Teenager’s Guide to Avoiding Trans Fats, Enriched Wheat and High Fructose Corn Syrup

By | October 5, 2019

Do we really need another book about food and how to eat? Yes! Dr. Nancy Irven has designed a straightforward and easily understood class on nutrition at the local high school. Her volunteer efforts have had astonishing results among her students. Please Don’t Eat the Wallpaper! is written in a simple style with her high […]

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Economics In Wonderland: Robert Reich’s Cartoon Guide To A Political World

By | September 30, 2019

Anyone who watches the former U.S. Secretary of Labor and The Daily Show and CNBC commentator’s podcast, viewed on his Inequality Media website, has seen Reich’s informal lectures on student debt, social security, and gerrymandering, which he accompanies by quickly drawing cartoons to illustrate his major points. Collected here, for the first time, are short […]

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The Good Cook’s Book of Mustard: One of the World?s Most Beloved Condiments, with more than 100 recipes

By | September 28, 2019

“Some single, simple things, like mustard, have a wealth of history and a path of stories, usually known only to a few. . . . Even if you don’t think you’re interested in mustard, after reading this delightful book, you will be!” —Deborah Madison, The Savory WayThe sharp, bright taste of mustard has been used […]

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How to Avoid Dialysis and Cure Kidney Disease

By | September 25, 2019

How to Avoid Dialysis and Cure Kidney Disease Do you have chronic kidney disease, or kidney stones ? Your doctor told you there is no cure, right ? Well, there is a cure ! And this book brings you the details of that cure so you can cure yourself. This book gives you two ways […]

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Break Sugar Cravings or Addiction, Feel Full, Lose Weight: An Astonishing Essential Oil Method (Sublime Wellness Lifestyle Series)

By | September 24, 2019

Are you overweight, and your weakness is sugary goods and drinks? Do you want to lose weight and feel full? Do you suffer from sugar cravings and want to take back control? Then this book can help you. Read the facts about sugar, your health and your body Get an action plan to help you, […]

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Mitochondria in Health and Disease: Personalized Nutrition for Healthcare Practitioners (Personalized Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine for Healthcare Practitioners)

By | September 16, 2019

What are the functions of mitochondria in the human body? Why might they stop working properly and what can happen as a result? How can personalized nutrition help to optimize mitochondrial function and prevent or address chronic conditions? This innovative book explores the incredibly complex biochemical roles of mitochondria in health and disease. When healthy, […]

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Alex Pardee’s Doppelgangers

By | September 14, 2019

Zerofriends co-founder Alex Pardee returns with a collection of some of the most horrifying and iconic characters of film, video games and comics with Doppelgangers. The monograph displays a parade of serial killers, demons, aliens and psychopaths, from early Universal monsters in melancholy black and white to modern horrors captured in full bloody color. The […]

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Hello, My Name Is Ice Cream: The Art and Science of the Scoop: A Cookbook

By | September 11, 2019

With more than 100 recipes for ice cream flavors and revolutionary mix-ins from a James Beard-nominated pastry chef, Hello, My Name is Ice Cream explains not only how to make amazing ice cream, but also the science behind the recipes so you can understand ice cream like a pro. Hello, My Name is Ice Cream […]

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The Hacking of the American Mind: The Science Behind the Corporate Takeover of Our Bodies and Brains

By | September 10, 2019

“Explores how industry has manipulated our most deep-seated survival instincts.”—David Perlmutter, MD, Author, #1 New York Times bestseller, Grain Brain and Brain Maker The New York Times–bestselling author of Fat Chance reveals the corporate scheme to sell pleasure, driving the international epidemic of addiction, depression, and chronic disease.   While researching the toxic and addictive properties of sugar […]

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Hi Fructose (vol. 6)

By | August 6, 2019

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Juxtapoz Magazine #132 January 2012

By | July 19, 2019

“Our January 2012 issue of Juxtapoz, featuring Audrey Kawasaki on the cover and features on Peter Beste, Horfe, Mark Whalen, Luis Toledo, and Charming Baker is currently on newsstands and in our webstore. We suggest that if you have ever wanted to know about Houston Rap, Parisian graffiti, and shooting your own paintings, this is […]

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Fix Your Diet, Fix Your Diabetes: Your Dietary Solution to Reversing Diabetes

By | June 16, 2019

DR. TONY HAMPTON provides you with expert advice on how you can improve your diabetes through diets and lifestyle choices. Extensive research, personal stories, motivation, and direct lists about what foods should and should not be eaten support his passion for helping his patients with diabetes. Special Offer – READ THE REVIEWS!

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The Low-FODMAP Diet for Beginners: A 7-Day Plan to Beat Bloat and Soothe Your Gut with Recipes for Fast IBS Relief

By | June 11, 2019

Fast gut relief with the low-FODMAP diet―made easy. What the heck is a low-FODMAP diet, and why should you try it? Because it helps soothe your gut and relieve IBS symptoms. The Low-FODMAP Diet for Beginners teaches you all about how FODMAPs―a certain class of carbohydrates―can trigger bloating, gas, and stomach pain, especially in people […]

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Corn yields sweet possibilities: HFCS discovery primes the beverage market and beyond.(Archer Daniels Midland, High Fructose Corn Sweetener): An article from: Food Processing

By | May 20, 2019

This digital document is an article from Food Processing, published by Putman Media, Inc. on April 1, 2003. The length of the article is 1400 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Digital Locker immediately after […]

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By | May 2, 2019

It’s the 51st Volume of Hi-Fructose! This issue features: The strange geometric paintings of Yu Maeda, the ornate head dresses of Magnhild Kennedy, collages by John Vochatzer, the powerful paintings of Sergé Gay Jr, the gravity defying art of Cintal Vidal, the elastic illustrations of Angela Ho, the dangerously dark world of Peter Ferguson, the […]

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The Rice Diet Solution: The World-Famous Low-Sodium, Good-Carb, Detox Diet For Quick and Lasting Weight Loss

By | April 27, 2019

The New York Times bestseller. Before Atkins, before the low-carb craze, before counting calories, there was the Rice Diet Program. Founded by a pioneering Duke University physician in 1939, the Rice Diet Program has been helping dieters lose weight quickly, successfully, and permanently. Now, this world-renowned, medicallyapproved weight-loss method can help everyone across the world–and […]

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Hi Fructose Volume 34

By | February 22, 2019

Our 34th volume of Hi-Fructose kicks off 2015 with a bang. We start off with the carpet sculptures of Faig Ahmed, then present to paintings of Joanne Nam, then delve into the public stick sculptures of Patrick Dougherty. We’re proud to present Big Eyes icon Margaret Keane on the cover feature with an exclusive interview […]

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The 2020-2025 World Outlook for High Fructose Corn Syrup Sweeteners Containing at Least 50-Percent Fructose and Crystalline Fructose Adjusted to A Liquid Equivalent of 77-Percent Solids Basis

By | February 14, 2019

This study covers the world outlook for high fructose corn syrup sweeteners containing at least 50-percent fructose and crystalline fructose adjusted to a liquid equivalent of 77-percent solids basis across more than 190 countries. For each year reported, estimates are given for the latent demand, or potential industry earnings (P.I.E.), for the country in question […]

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Hi Fructose Magazine 37 The New Contemporary Art Mia Araujo

By | January 1, 2019

Hi-Fructose Magazine Volume 37. It’s the 37th volume of Hi-Fructose! Featured in this issue is: A cover feature on Jean-Pierre Roy, the colorful murals and art of Jet Martinez, narrative painter Mia Araujo, Andy Paiko’s ornate kinetic glass sculptures, Seamus Conley’s mood orienting paintings, stenciled street art from Logan Hicks, the drawings of Ryan Salge, […]

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Juxtapoz #171 April 2015

By | December 15, 2018

There are very few figures of the last 25 years that can cross the barriers of pop, underground, and progressive art quite like Bjork. She has transformed the way we look at music, video art, stage performances, and overall artistic persona unlike any artist we can think of. In conjunction with the opening of her […]

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VNA Magazine Issue 32

By | November 25, 2018

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