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Is Saturated Fat the Culprit?

From eNewsletter 9/12/2022

DID YOU KNOW that according to a study from The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, hops extract, which has been shown to support blood sugar balance and help with PCOS, has now shown to be helpful for moderating appetite? The authors purport that concentrated supplemental hops extract curbs excessive insulin secretion, as well as balances ghrelin and leptin hormones, which need to be balanced to elicit normal appetite.


Steve Minsky MS, HWC

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NOTE ON FALL BOOSTERS - the FDA authorized new COVID boosters without testing them in people first. This lack of human data means we won’t know how effective the new shots are, if at all, and how safe they are, if at all, until the fall booster campaign is well underway. We have grave concerns about this tactic, especially for the safety of those getting their fourth, fifth, or sixth shot.

Proceed with extreme caution in light of new Centers for Disease Control data which found that almost half the people who were hospitalized with COVID-19 last spring had been fully vaccinated and received a third dose or booster shot.