Gum disease can cause a broken heart!

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Another common scenario is when doctors attribute anxiety-like symptoms, especially in women, to anxiety without ruling out other possible more serious causes for the symptoms, such as multiple sclerosis.

The notion that diet is a factor in heart disease and the birth of cholesterol levels being a key component of the theory dates back to the 1950’s. Ancel Keys, an American scientist did a study that compared mortality through heart disease with fat consumed in the diet. His study found a direct correlation, Keys ended up on the cover of Time Magazine, the government’s wheels were set in motion and the low fat diet necessity train began to roll. However, it later came to light that Keys correlating results from seven countries were hand picked, he neglected to mention the other fifteen countries in the study that showed no correlation! Some scientific study that is…choosing to ignore data that doesn’t fit the hypothesis you want to prove. The twenty two countries all together showed no pattern to meet his claim. But by then it was too late, the low fat train was at full speed.

The new study calls for more research needs to be conducted in the connection of osteoporosis and heart disease. Furthermore, it creates grounds to promote better bone health to reduce one’s risk of heart disease and vice versa.

All medical drugs deplete vital nutrients from the body, although no one drug depletes them all. Depletion occurs either because the medical drug binds to the nutrient then they both get flushed together, or through a secondary action—the drug interferes with the absorption of the nutrient, so the body’s stores are not revitalized, thus causing a deficiency as the nutrients are used without being replaced in the diet or through supplementation.