Dr. L. Lee CoyneVegetable oil could put you at risk for dementia
Dr. L. Lee CoyneThe Case against Sugar Isn’t So Easily Dismissed
Dr. L. Lee CoyneFat vs Carbs
Dr. L. Lee CoyneCannabinoids removes Alzheimer’s from brain
Dr. L. Lee CoynePhysique
Dr. L. Lee CoyneFat and Sugar 2
Dr. L. Lee CoyneFat and Sugar
Dr. L. Lee CoyneDirty Dozen
Dr. L. Lee CoyneVegetarian diets worse for environment
Eating the recommended “healthier” foods increased the environmental impact in all three categories: energy use, water use and GHG emissions.
Dr. Jane GoodallVegetarian diet increases cancer and heart disease
Dr. L. Lee CoyneWeight Lifting
Dr. L. Lee CoyneVitamin D and Cancer Prevention
Dr. L. Lee CoyneCoffee with More Sugar Than Coke
Dr. L. Lee CoyneOmegaGuard
Dr. L. Lee CoyneStatins can cause heart disease
Dr. L. Lee CoyneNew seminar topic as a result of invitation to speak at Alberta Health Services Brain Health Symposiums in Calgary March 18 and Edmonton March 19.
Dr. L. Lee CoyneThe first 6 minutes of this clip shows where I get my beef. These people truly walk their talk. Trail's End Beef near Nanton, Alberta.
Dr. L. Lee CoyneParents, if this leaves you confused, one thing to keep in mind is that — whether it's whole, 2 percent or skim — milk is probably not a major driver when it comes to childhood weight problems. Many studies have shown that sugar-sweetened beverages play a much bigger role.
Dr. L. Lee CoyneData suggest that the addition of breakfast, particularly one rich in protein, might be a useful strategy to improve satiety, reduce food motivation and reward, and improve diet quality in overweight or obese teenage girls.
Dr. L. Lee CoyneMy article in Impact Magazine52 Hot Nutrition TipsThe Healthy Professor lays down Health & Weight Management 101