Pamm-Diet

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Follow This Heart Healthy Diet Plan

…However, while Mediterranean people do not consume a lot of soy or seaweed, the Asians do. I decided to call this updated heart healthy diet plan the PAMM diet. It includes fresh fruits and vegetables in season, fish and whole grains. Meat is used sparingly, often just enough for flavoring. Meals are based…

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Lp(a) and Risk Factors of Heart Disease

…less than 100 mg daily if you have side effects. Twinlabs’ quick-acting Niacin is a good product. * Follow my Pan-Asian Modified Mediterranean (PAMM) diet. * Take 1–2grams of vitamin C and 100–200 mg of standard coenzyme Q10. * Take 1–2grams of fish oil daily. * Take 50mg of nattokinase twice…

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Should You Worry About Your LDL Cholesterol Level?

…smoke, mercury, lead, trans-fatty acids, insulin and radiation (to name a few). You may also want to adhere to a cholesterol-lowering diet, like my PAMM diet, exercise on a regular basis and do what you can to maintain your overall health. For more information on LDL cholesterol levels and other cardiovascular…

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The Side Effects of Statin Drugs

…appropriate reason should be chasing it down with a minimum of 200 mg of hydrosoluble CoQ10. Adhering to a smart cholesterol lowering diet, like the PAMM diet I talk about so frequently, is a wonderful way to maintain healthy cholesterol. You’d be surprised by how just eating the right foods can help you…

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What To Do After a Heart Attack

…following the Pan-Asian Mediterranean (PAM) diet. I also recommend simple walking, with your doctor’s permission of course. Even if you follow the PAMM diet to the letter, I still have my own patients take targeted nutritional supplements to help their hearts heal, and stay strong long after a heart attack…

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Prevent Breast Cancer with Lifestyle Choices

…to avoid developing it in the first place. And one of the best ways to accomplish this is through anti-cancer lifestyle choices. Dr. Sinatra’s PAMM diet (Pan-Asian Modified Mediterranean)—which he has supported for years now in his books, lectures, newsletters, e-letters, and blogs—is the basic…

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Diabetes and Heart Disease

…foods release glucose into the bloodstream quickly, causing a rapid rise in blood sugar and a subsequent rise in insulin. Instead, I recommend the PAMM diet which includes 45 percent to 50 percent slow-burning, low-glycemic index carbohydrates; 30 percent healthy fats; and 25 percent protein. * If you…

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