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articles – HEALTH/DIET

“In Cholesterol Lowering, Moderation Kills”, Esselstyn CB Jr. Cleve Clinic J of Med 2000 August; 67 (8): 560-564

“Heart Health: How You Can Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease” by Joel Fuhrman, MD

“How to Keep David Letterman (and yourself) Off the Operating Table” by Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr., MD

“Bypass Surgery and Its ‘Benefits’”,  Exsalus Health and Wellness Center

Is the Present Therapy for Coronary Artery Disease the Radical Mastectomy of the Twenty-First Century? by Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr., MD

Healthy Heart Handbook by Dr. Neal Pinckney

“True Heart Healthy Eating” by Baxter Montgomery, MD

“Cholesterol and Heart Disease” by Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine

“Salt increases heart attack and stroke risk even if blood pressure is normal” by Joel Fuhrman, MD

“Heart Disease Risk: Cholesterol and Lipids in 2011: What Do We Really Know? An Interview with William Castelli, MD”

“Gupta: Becoming Heart Attack Proof” by Dr. Sanjay Gupta

“Eating Fruits and Veggies May Outwit Bad Heart Genes” by Alice Park, TimeHealthland, October 12, 2011

“Red meat consumption increases ischemic stroke risk” by Joel Fuhrman, MD

“Breast Cancer and Diet” by Michael Greger, MD

“Cruciferous vegetable intake improves survival in women with breast cancer” by Joel Fuhrman, M.D. June 11, 2012

“Fighting breast cancer with flaxseeds” by Joel Fuhrman, MD

“Cancer Research: New Science on How to Treat and Prevent Cancer from TEDMED 2010”, by Mark Hyman, MD

“What We Can Do About Breast Cancer” by Meg Wolff

“Ovarian Cancer Risk and Your Food Choices” Coalition for Cancer Prevention Through Plant-Based Eating

“Good Diet May Aid Ovarian Cancer Survival” CBSNEWS.com

“It’s About Time the Olive Oil Myth Was Laid to Rest” by Talia Fuhrman

“But Isn’t Olive Oil Healthy?”, Exsalus Health and Wellness Center

“DHA – Should we supplement or not?”, Exsalus Health and Wellness Center

“Novel Iron Source: Newly Identified Iron Absorption Mechanism Suggests That Legumes Could Provide Key to Treating Iron Deficiency Worldwide”, Science Daily Jan. 20, 2012

“Vitamin D – How Important is it Really?”, Exsalus Health and Wellness Center

“When It Comes to Heart Health, How Much is Too Much Vitamin D” Johns Hopkins Medicine

“To B-12 or Not to B-12”, Exsalus Health and Wellness Center

“Fact and Fiction: Protein, Oil, Carbohydrates, Dairy, Miscellaneous”, Exsalus Health and Wellness Center

“The Beef with Atkins“, by David Katz, MD

“Which foods are truly health-promoting?” by Joel Fuhrman, MD

“The Great DNA Data Deficit: Are Genes for Disease a Mirage?” by Jonathan Latham and Allison Wilson

“Calcium and Milk: What’s Best for Your Bones and Health?” Harvard School of Public Health, September 2011

“How a Bone Disease Grew to Fit the Prescription” by Alix Spiegel

“Healthy Women Advised Not to Take Calcium and Vitamin D to Prevent Fractures” by Gina Kolata, New York Times June 12, 2012

“Hormones in milk can be dangerous” by Corydon Ireland, Harvard Gazette, Dec 7, 2006

“10 Reasons to Ditch Dairy” by Julieanna Hever, MS, RD

“Does the Mediterranean Diet Even Exist?” by Annia Ciezaldo

“The Carbohydrate Hypothesis of Obesity: a Critical Examination” by Stephan Guyenet

“Animal fat and cholesterol may increase gestational diabetes risk: Study,” Nathan Gray, Jan. 27, 2012 FoodNavigator.com (Source: American Journal of Clinical Nutrition Volume 95, Number 2, pgs. 446-453)

Articles on Diet and Cancer Research, with reference citations, The Cancer Project

Articles for Physicians, with reference citations,T. Colin Campbell Foundation

Articles on Transitioning to a Plant-Based Diet, T. Colin Campbell Foundation

Articles on Obesity and Weight Loss, T. Colin Campbell Foundation

Articles on Healthy Diet and Lifestyle, T. Colin Campbell Foundation

Articles on Women’s Health, T. Colin Campbell Foundation

Articles on Family and Children, T. Colin Campbell Foundation

Articles on Men’s Health, T. Colin Campbell Foundation

Articles – Information by Disease, T. Colin Campbell Foundation

Articles addressing “Common Questions”, Wellness Forum

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