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And refined sugar drinks (high in fructose) are a no-go. A glass of red wine has a number of healthy compounds, including resveratrol, which is good for your heart, Scott points out. And wine, in moderation, elevates HDL, the good kind of cholesterol. For breakfast, Scott eats two pieces of toasted gluten-free bread with Manuka honey, which is highly antibacterial. He also layers on homemade nut butter, which he makes using a NutriBullet blender. The recipe: 23 tablespoons of coconut oil, an equal handful of almonds and walnuts, half as much macadamia nuts, pecans, Brazil nuts, and sometimes hell throw in some cashews. The coconut oil is the single biggest shifter for those looking to change over their diet, he says. It goes right to the liver and fuels your brain, and it will enhance this shift of producing ketone bodies [molecules produced by the liver that support the metabolism of fat stores]. I put coconut oil in virtually everything I eat. He adds a dollop to his morning cup of coffee and also makes ice cubes that are half coconut oil and half coconut milk to drop in his afternoon iced coffee. When it comes to snacking, You dont want to graze throughout the daythats a real fallacy, says Scott. Instead, to keep him full throughout the afternoon, he makes a shake consisting of a couple tablespoons of coconut oil, almonds and/or walnuts, coconut milk, plain organic whole yogurt, 3035 grams of EAS whey protein, frozen berries (mostly blueberries).
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But despite the high cost, Canada ranked poorly on a number of important indicators. For example, Canada ranked 24 out of 28 countries for number of physicians (2.59 per 1,000 people), and last for the number of acute care beds (1.77 per 1,000 people). When it comes to critical technological resources, Canada ranked 18 out of 26 for the number of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) machines with 9.2 MRIs per million people. Japan ranked first with 36.7 MRIs per million people. As for wait times, Canada ranked last for the percentage of patients (29 per cent) who waited two months or more for a specialist appointment. Canada ranked second-last for the percentage of patients (18 per cent) who waited four months or longer for elective surgery. Switzerland, the Netherlands and Germany all reported significantly shorter wait times. "Despite Canada's high health-care spending, wait times remain a defining characteristic of Canadian health care," Barua said. "To improve Canada's health-care system, policymakers should learn from other successful universal health-care countries, for the benefit of Canadians and their families," Barua added.
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