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Eat greener during National Nutrition Month

March 3, 2013

If you want to attain and maintain a healthy weight, as well as reduce your risk for developing chronic disease, it’s time to realize how important it is to eat your vegetables....

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Steiner

Mar-06-13 9:33 AM

Here is an idea for another health article. As a tech guy i never really analyzed blood. But from reading i garner the following. The solids of blood is 45%, the rest water. The solids would be mostly red blood cells. here comes the part that is interesting. The level of fat, cholesterol is about .25% of the solids.About the level of booze in a drunk person. Sugar would be another .1 %, if i got the numbers correct. Now it would be interesting to get this verified in another story from a medical professional interview. HDL the good cholesterol, is more like a soap , likes water more and if raised artificially does not reduce heart disease. That would make perfect sense to a tech guy. The blood can only carry so much fat or lipids as the med people say.Now a tech guy when faced with this problem would use soft water, another soap in the blood or possibly raise the temp of the blood. I never heard a good rational for not doing these things from the med people.

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