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Journal de MontréalEvery Monday since October 24, 2005, Richard Béliveau, Ph.D., publishes a column in the section Votre Vie (Your Life) in the Journal de Montréal in which he describes the latest developments on maintaining health through diet in an easy-to-read and engaging style. Thanks to the generosity of the Journal de Montréal, you can download and consult all of the columns in high resolution PDF format from our website.

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Too Much Salt Aggravates Inflammation

Aside from being harmful to the cardiovascular system, two important new studies have shown that excessive consumption of salt promotes inflammation and creates conditions favorable to the development of stomach cancer as well as of certain autoimmune diseases. Download this column.


Turmeric vs Alzheimer's Disease

A pilot study performed with people affected by Alzheimer's disease found that consumption of the Indian spice turmeric greatly ameliorated the symptoms of this disease. Download this column.


When Memory Fails Following Chemotherapy

Some people who receive chemotherapy for the treatment of cancer display cognitive symptoms following the treatments. This is a phenomenon commonly known as "chemo brain". Download this column.


Berries to Prevent Heart Attacks

The berry season, which is beginning, is a good occasion to consider the extent to which these local treasures are good for the health. One recent study found that women who regularly eat these fruits have a lower risk of heart attacks. Download this column.


The Role of Intestinal Bacteria in Heart Disease

Increased consumption of red meat has long been known as a risk factor for heart disease. Surprising results which were recently published in the journal Nature Medicine suggest that this increase is due to certain intestinal bacteria which transform a molecule found in meat into a compound that is toxic for blood vessels. Download the column.


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Fils d'actualité

Richard Béliveau

News Flash!

L'huile d'olive est sans contredit le corps gras qui possède le plus d'effets positifs sur la santé. En plus de son effet protecteur contre les maladies cardiovasculaires, plusieurs études récentes indiquent que l'huile d'olive pourrait également jouer un rôle de premier plan dans la prévention de la maladie d'Alzheimer. Télécharger la chronique.

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