Korean food lowers cholesterol and neutral fat: Research

Korean food lowers cholesterol and neutral fat: Research

a recent study shows that Korean food is a better choice than Western food when you’re trying to cut down your cholesterol levels and improving intestinal health our two Jonghyun has more multigrain rice steamed vegetables and freshly fried egg with some soybean paste you and some kimchi this makes a typical Korean meal the …

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Musclegen Research GenePro Protein | Lucky Pick Product Review with Andrew

Musclegen Research GenePro Protein | Lucky Pick Product Review with Andrew

Hey everyone, I’m Andrew from LuckyVitamin, and I’m really excited today to share with you my Lucky Pick, Musclegen Research Protein. The best thing about it is the scoop size. You get 30 grams of protein in a 15 gram scoop. Now the great thing about that is this can be mixed with anything. I …

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Deprivation of Nutrition as a Factor in Human Cognition – Early Life Deprivation Marcus Pembrey

Deprivation of Nutrition as a Factor in Human Cognition – Early Life Deprivation Marcus Pembrey

(logo whooshing) (mouse clicking) (lively piano music) – [Narrator] We are the paradoxical ape. Bipedal, naked, large-brained. Long the master of fire, tools, and language. But still trying to understand ourselves. Aware that death is inevitable yet filled with optimism. We grow up slowly. We hand down knowledge. We empathize and deceive. We shape the …

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Tropical flower offers potential new route for treating pancreatic cancer

Tropical flower offers potential new route for treating pancreatic cancer

What we’ve done is taken a molecule that is found in nature, produced by a plant, and we have modified the structure. We’ve made chemical variants in order to find a molecule that is a better drug. We’ve in fact found two molecules which are more effective than the original molecule at killing pancreatic cancer …

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How much Bacon gives you Liver Failure? What about Colon Cancer?

How much Bacon gives you Liver Failure? What about Colon Cancer?

In February 1977, a 42 year old woman was admitted to the hospital with deep jaundice, shivers and hemolytic anemia – a type of anemia where her red blood cells were being destroyed faster than her body could make them. She went on to develop a “hepatic precomatose condition,” – a type of impairment of …

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A Southern-style biscuit recipe with Caltech’s Tom Mannion

A Southern-style biscuit recipe with Caltech’s Tom Mannion

Hi, I’m Tom Mannion. I’m the senior director for student activities and programs at Caltech. Today we’re going to have an opportunity to talk about how to cook biscuits in the southern style, and talk a little bit about the science, which is a really important feature of making a biscuit. When you add water …

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Treatments for dementia: The dementia guide

Treatments for dementia: The dementia guide

Rusty: You can live your life with the treatment you get. I suppose the drugs that they give us are obviously doing us good. I know I’m taking medicine but I just don’t think about it. I think it must be helpful because I really don’t have too many worries about it. Dan Harwood: There …

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First Things First: Why I Study Nutritional Sciences | UConn

First Things First: Why I Study Nutritional Sciences | UConn

the first community I have ever loved is my Jamaican community my parents are from Kingston Jamaica but I’m first-generation so I was born in Bridgeport, Connecticut and just seeing the culture within the Jamaican community the foods that we eat the things that we do is so amazing but realizing throughout my life that …

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