High fructose corn syrup (HFCS) is widely used as a cheap substitute for sugar and as a preservative. Today, the average American consumes over 60 pounds of HFCS per year, in sodas and many other processed foods. Some obesity experts note that the rise of obesity in the United States corresponds with the increased availability [...]
I don’t mean to scare you about how devastating Type 2 diabetes is but it has been found that more and more patients with type 2 diabetes are now more likely to develop Parkinson’s disease which is a degenerative disorder of the central nervous system that often impairs the sufferer’s motor skills and speech.
In recent years, the number of over weight and obese men, women and children has increased sharply in the United States. There are multiple reasons why this is occurring, ranging from lack of exercise to poor eating habits. A resent study appearing in the American Journal of Public Health indicates that we not even be [...]