Science

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The Thunderbolts Project Patreon Campaign Starts Today!

The Thunderbolts Patreon Page Today, we ask for your support to continue and to expand our outreach through our highly successful YouTube Channel and other tools in development through a newly established Patreon campaign. This could mean the addition of special podcasts and video presentations featuring a wider range of EU-related topics. Contributors who subscribe to…

Mr. Universes Going Vegan

The current reigning Mr. Universe, Barny Du Plessis, and the former 1977 winner, Jim Morris, have both made the transition to an entirely plant based diet, and their commentary on the results they’ve achieved after transitioning are nearly identical. Du Plessis says, “I’m getting leaner and bigger (as a vegan). I’m a 107 kilos now, leaner…

Stop Screwing With Your Bacteria, You’ll Regret It

Research continues to emerge showing the vital role gut bacteria play in keeping us healthy.  Most people blindly assume that the food they consume is simply sucked through their intestinal walls after its been dissolved by bile and stomach acids.  However, this is only one small part of the story.  Right now, you have nearly 4…

Scientists Think Diabetes, Eye Disease, Depression, Alzheimers and Heart Disease May All Be Related

A Daily Mail article recently proclaimed that scientists think diabetes, eye disease, depression, Alzheimers, atherosclerosis, and other related metabolic diseases all share a common link.  Guess what that link might be? Inflammation. This begs the question of what may be causing chronic low-grade inflammation in people who consume a Western diet.  The article doesn’t mention…

Solving a Colon Cancer Mystery

Colon cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in the United States behind lung cancer.  Find out why this major killer of Americans is virtually non-existent in Africa (hint: it’s not the fiber!)

The Shocking Truth About Medical School Training

A recent survey of medical schools revealed that students receive less than 20 hours of training on nutrition over 4 years of medical school education.  Less than 27% of medical school programs offer a single course on nutrition.  This, despite the fact that the number one causes of death and disability in the US are…