Blogs

 

Blogs Tagged As:
"cocaine"

Entries tagged with: cocaine

3 result(s) displayed (1 - 3 of 3):

user-pic

How Fatty Foods May Affect Our Love Life

Michael Greger MD | October 28, 2014 | Health

Read More: addiction, animal fat, animal products, body fat, brain waves, burgers, caloric restriction, calories, cheese, cocaine, dopamine, energy, fat, hamburgers, ice cream, industry influence, junk food, low-fat diets, medications, mental health, plant-based diets, sexual dysfunction, sexual health, smoking, soda, sugar, sweeteners, tobacco, vegans, vegetarians, water, weight loss, yogurt

The food industry, like the tobacco companies and other drug lords, has been able to come up with products that tap into the same dopamine reward system that keeps people smoking cigarettes, using marijuana, and eating candy bars (See......

user-pic

Can One Become a Sugar Addict?

Michael Greger MD | October 21, 2014 | Health

Read More: abdominal fat, addiction, alcohol, body fat, brain waves, Coca-Cola, cocaine, dopamine, fat, fruit, obesity, processed foods, soda, sugar, sweeteners

People have chewed coca leaves for at least 8,000 years as a mild stimulant without any evidence of addiction, but when certain components are isolated and concentrated into cocaine, we've got a problem. The same may be true of......

user-pic

Can We Fight the Blues With Greens?

Michael Greger MD | March 27, 2014 | Health

Read More: alternative medicine, amphetamines, aneurism, animal products, apples, arachidonic acid, berries, brain disease, brain health, cheese effect, chicken, cinnamon, cloves, cocaine, complementary medicine, depression, dopamine, ecstacy, eggs, fruit, grapes, green tea, inflammation, kale, lung cancer, lung health, MAO Inhibitors, medications, mental health, mood, nutmeg, onions, oregano, phytonutrients, plant-based diets, Prozac, serotonin, side effects, smoking, spices, tobacco, vegans, vegetables, vegetarians

                Why does frequent consumption of vegetables appear to cut one’s odds of depression by more than half? And "frequent" was defined as eating vegetables not 3 or more times a day, but......