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Pinterest Pin ItThe Party’s Over?

The Party’s Over?

Posted on 11/19/2015  by  Healthy Living Blog 

Just days before Halloween, foodies got bad news that was neither a trick nor a treat.

The World Health Organization’s cancer agency, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), classified eating red meat – beef, veal, pork, lamb – as “probably carcinogenic to humans.” This new classification puts steak and pork chops in Group 2A, the same group as inorganic lead compounds and malaria.


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Pinterest Pin ItDrinking Soda -- And Other Unhealthy Choices

Drinking Soda -- And Other Unhealthy Choices

Posted on 05/10/2013  by  Healthy Living Blog 

Soda is in the news, and both politicians and public health experts want to save us from ourselves.

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has been trying to outlaw supersized sodas, while California has been kicking around the idea of a 1 cent soda tax. And possibly for good reason. Soda is bad for us. A recent European study published in the journal Diabetologia, found that drinking a soda a day may increase risk for type II diabetes by 18 percent. Drinking two sodas a day, meanwhile may also boost the likelihood for stroke by 18 percent as well. (As a side note, it's important to mention that the study did not prove that soda causes diabetes or stroke, since other factors not accounted for in the study may have an impact as well. Instead, the study showed a strong association between the diabetes, stroke and soda-drinking.)


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