Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for November 5, Part 2

Podcast

A deeply flawed study concludes that cranberry is "ineffective" for UTIs; When low cholesterol is a bad sign; Quercetin quenches rheumatoid arthritis; Genes may dictate whether you love or hate exercise; Men with early prostate cancer survive equally well with or without aggressive treatment; Just 3 low-carb meals can curb excess insulin; Consumers now more wary of sugar than of preservatives; Cocoa/EGCG combo inhibits appetite; Pomegranate repairs mitochondrial damage; Why do U.S. prescription drugs cost so much? Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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