When you eat might be just as important as what you eat

By Viktoriya Zabigaylo & Orest Szczurko

Timed eating patterns such as caloric restriction and intermittent fasting have shown promising benefits with respect to weight loss and other metabolic changes. Recent research has gone one step further to show that timing of daily meals – breakfast, lunch and dinner –  can also have important implications on metabolism, blood pressure and diabetic outcomes.

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Eggs Actually Improve Cardiovascular Outcomes!

By Viktoriya Zabigaylo & Orest Szczurko

Most people who are concerned about cardiovascular health and cholesterol have been told or have chosen to avoid eating eggs.  However a closer look at older and most recent research shows that eggs can actually be beneficial.
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Vitamin C reduces the risks of developing colon cancer

By Viktoriya Zabigaylo & Orest Szczurko

Colon cancer is the 2nd most common cancer in Canada.  Processed meats such as kovbasa, ham and sausages significantly increase the risk of developing colon cancer.  But vitamin C eaten with these processed meats can reduce that risk.  Please read below for a thorough discussion of the research.

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