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James DiNicolantonio
Author of The Salt Fix, PharmD, CV research scientist, Associate Editor BMJ Open Heart, Associate Editor Nutrition. Optimizing diet and micronutrients.
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The benefits of zinc 1.) Extremely important for immune function 2.) Oposses the harms of the toxic heavy metal cadmium 3.) Improves glycemic control Here are some good food sources of zinc
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James DiNicolantonio Apr 14
This one is for you . Our newest paper entitled, "Is interleukin-6 the link between low LDL cholesterol and increased non-cardiovascular mortality in the elderly?" Don't blame the low LDL for what the IL-6 did. Full publication here
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The benefits of zinc 1.) Extremely important for immune function 2.) Oposses the harms of the toxic heavy metal cadmium 3.) Improves glycemic control Here are some good food sources of zinc
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James DiNicolantonio Apr 21
Our newest publication on the health benefits of glycine
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James DiNicolantonio Apr 21
Our newest publication on the health benefits of glycine
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James DiNicolantonio Apr 21
Most people aren’t getting enough micronutrients in their diet each day This is primarily due to 1.) The processing of foods 2.) Soil micronutrient depletion 3.) Fertilizers and pesticides
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James DiNicolantonio Apr 21
Most people aren’t getting enough micronutrients in their diet each day This is primarily due to 1.) The processing of foods 2.) Soil micronutrient depletion 3.) Fertilizers and pesticides
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James DiNicolantonio Apr 20
Done. Unblocked. But only for you. Happy to give second chances.
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James DiNicolantonio Apr 20
Replying to @RonGardoki
Maybe way down the road I might.
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James DiNicolantonio Apr 20
Some healthy sources of plant protein. Tips to improve fiber/reduce glucose excursions 1.) Undercook & cool potatoes and beans prior to eating 2.) Eat with some healthy fat and protein
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James DiNicolantonio Apr 20
It’s true reheating will reduce the RS but even reheated potatoes that have been cooled first have mode RS than simply heated potatoes.
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James DiNicolantonio Apr 20
Replying to @david_cocke
And if you undercook them as well it’s even better 😊
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James DiNicolantonio Apr 20
Some healthy sources of plant protein. Tips to improve fiber/reduce glucose excursions 1.) Undercook & cool potatoes and beans prior to eating 2.) Eat with some healthy fat and protein
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Angus Claydon Apr 19
very glad I bought the salt fix. Off to visit my mum (92) who has dizziness and low bp post colon surgery!
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James DiNicolantonio Apr 19
Don’t focus on short-term diets. Eat healthy real foods to satiety.
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James DiNicolantonio Apr 19
Replying to @Nutridados
Yes indeed
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Biohackers Lab Apr 19
Replying to @drjamesdinic
Thank-you for making me enjoy salt on my food & knowing why the stuff is so vital for good health + a whole host of salt myths busted that people should know 🍽
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James DiNicolantonio Apr 19
Don’t focus on short-term diets. Eat healthy real foods to satiety.
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James DiNicolantonio Apr 18
Here are some top high magnesium foods.
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James DiNicolantonio Apr 18
Here are some top high magnesium foods.
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