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The China Study and Weight Loss Review

The China Study: The Most Comprehensive Study of Nutrition Ever Conducted And the Startling Implications for Diet, Weight Loss, And Long-term Health.
Even today, as trendy diets and a weight-loss frenzy sweep the nation, two-thirds of adults are still obese and children are being diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, typically an “adult” disease, at an alarming rate. If we’re obsessed with being thin more so than ever before, why are Americans stricken with heart disease as much as we were 30 years ago?

In The China Study, Dr. T. Colin Campbell details the connection between nutrition and heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. The report also examines the source of nutritional confusion produced by powerful lobbies, government entities, and opportunistic scientists. The New York Times has recognized the study as the “Grand Prix of epidemiology” and the “most comprehensive large study ever undertaken of the relationship between diet and the risk of developing disease.”

This study examines mo…

How to Fact Check Your Favourite Wellness and Health Blog and avoid Fake Health News

In the December 2014 issue of ELLE Australia, Elle published a feature titled 'The Most Inspiring Woman You've Met This Year' after she blogged about beating terminal brain cancer through alternative therapies. Thousands of followers bought her tale of healing through clean eating.

Questions about Gibson began to arise in 2015, when she failed to donate the $320,000 she’d promised from sales of her app and cookbook, through her company The Whole Pantry. From there, the truth started spilling out.

Gibson never had cancer. She lied about her life, her background, and even her age. Everything The Whole Pantry was based on had been fabricated.

Last week, the shocking story came to a conclusion when an Australian federal court in Melbourne ordered Gibson to pay $320,000 back to the state of Victoria for lying about charitable donations.

The internet can be a great resource, depending on how you use it. And amongst the false claims, there’s good information. It’s the ability to …

Breast Augmentation | Boob Job | Patient Education

Breast Augmentation with Breast Lift Introduction

For those women who would like to increase the size of their breasts as well as restore a firm, more upright position, a breast augmentation in combination with a breast lift can improve breast contours and revitalize their appearance. The breasts undergo changes in response to factors such as genetics, aging, pregnancy and breast feeding, weight gain or loss, and hormonal fluctuations. All of these factors can cause the breast size and shape to change. These changes can be dissatisfying and can make women feel as if they are losing some of their femininity and youthful vitality. Breast augmentation alone cannot restore the shape of the breasts.

Breast Anatomy
The breasts are composed of different types of tissue known as glandular, fatty, and fibrous tissue, which lie over the pectoralis muscle, along the chest wall. The glandular tissues are composed of lobules and milk ducts. Together, lobules and milk ducts are responsible for produci…

Fotona 4D vs Ultherapy (HIFU) vs Thermage vs Filler Lifts: Non-Surgical Facelift Face-Off

If you are considering a non-surgical facelift treatment in Malaysia, you are in the right place.

The number of options for non-surgical facelifts have increased drastically in recent years, thus making it complicated when it comes to choosing the right one.

What is a Non-Surgical Facelift?

A non-surgical face-lift can include a number of different treatments and procedures that aim to address the effects of aging. Non-surgical options for facelifts fall into three categories: replenishing lost volume, resurfacing the superficial skin and tightening deeper tissue. Generally, a range of treatments are used in combination to achieve your overall facial rejuvenation goals.
There are 3 different categories of non-surgical face lifts that can achieve lifting without plastic surgery:
Energy-based Filler-based Thread lift-based The energy based category is the biggest group with various technologies and jargons, thus could be overwhelming and confusing for you as a consumer.

There is no clear…

Pico Laser Malaysia: Price and Reviews 2019

If you are looking to find the best aesthetic clinic for your Pico Laser procedure, you may wish to check out the cost and related reviews from customers who 'have been there, done that'.

“Pico Laser” is a recent buzzword in aesthetic medicine, so it's no surprise that Pico Lasers in Malaysia are one of the most popular treatment nowadays.

What is Pico Laser?

Pico laser is a type of laser technology, not a brand of laser. The “Pico” in “PicoLasers” refers to Picosecond, which is one trillionth of a second.
It is an improved technology from traditional Q-switched Lasers which fire laser beams in the nanosecond (billionth of a second) duration.

Picosecond lasers are approximately ten times faster than nanosecond Q-switched lasers.

Picosecond Lasers are used to remove difficult pigments/tattoos that cannot be removed by Nanosecond Lasers.

Some doctors use both picosecond and nanosecond modes to provide optimal results for complex pigment or tattoo conditions.

How Much Does Pico …

PRP Hair Treatment Malaysia: Cost and Reviews 2019

If you are looking for PRP hair treatment in Malaysia, you are in the right place.

PRP Treatment for Hair Regrowth Treatment

As we age, many men and women experience hair loss, which can create bald patches and loss of volume. For patients with hair loss issues, PRP (platelet rich plasma) has been shown to help stimulate regrowth and help to get back thickness and volume. 

PRP is injected into the areas where hair loss is evident. Your body's own growth factors act as fertilizer to the injected area. The PRP triggers natural hair growth and maintains it by increasing blood supply to the hair follicle and increasing the thickness of the hair shaft. We can add stem cells as well to enhance the growth factors and promote even more improvement. 

PRP Hair Treatment Price in Malaysia

The cost for PRP hair treatment in Malaysia vary from RM 500 - RM 3,000 per session. This price varies depending on location and clinic as well as the PRP preparation kit being used in Malaysia.
Usually 3 session…


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