Urinary tract infections are common in the U.S. with about 3 million cases per year. Today I'll discuss specific recommendations for UTI prevention based on current scientific evidence and my personal experience.
Alas we are at the end of my full-fat dairy series! I’ve looked at multiple avenues and I think that the evidence tilts towards accepting full-fat dairy into our diets in place of low-fat dairy, especially low-fat dairy with added sugars.
Today I’d like to discuss the possible effects of full-fat dairy consumption on different types of cancer. While my previous posts had positive evidence for full-fat dairy on inflammation, type 2 diabetes, CVD, and weight loss, there is mixed data for cancer. Today I will look at the evidence for three different types of cancer: breast cancer, prostate cancer, and colorectal cancer.
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