The latest research suggests an egg a day is safe and nutritious for most adults. Eggs are mostly protein which takes time to digest. Eating protein in the morning helps keep your stomach full, causing you to eat less during the day. This information is sourced from WebMD.
This article is well worth the read. Serious warnings to those of you consuming energy drinks that contain Carnatine, and/or eating too many meals with lots of protein. DrP
Study points to a new culprit in heart disease
In Biblical times prophets feared for their lives. Please remember that I am not a prophet and merely forwarding the latest information as a reporter as I promised
you all I would do.
In an Article today written by Deborah Brauser in Medscape, she cites information and conclusions drawn from
A case controlled study of more than 1,000 children. The lead author/investigator is Frank DeStedano MD MPH, Director of Immunization Safety, Center For Disease Control (CDC), Atlanta. The study concluded no significant differences were found between those who did not have an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in total antigens (Vaccines) received by age two years or in the maximum number of antigens (vaccines) received in a single day.- Dr. P
I found an anonymous quote recently that I wanted to pass along. "Exercise is the most potent and under utilized antidepressant". In my medical readings, I have seen evidence that antidepressants as medications as not as effective as prescribers would like. I have also seen numerous studies liking increased endorphin production from even light excercise to physical pain relief and increased range of motion for most folks. Finally, I believe we feel better about ourselves as we notice small changes and benefits from exercising and improvements in our diet. Nike has another appropriate quote "Just do it!" And, yes, I have been taking my own advice at Pennock Hospital's Health and Wellness Center.
Dr. Palumbo is a practicing General Dentist with over 24 years working experience.