Here, in a short article, is all the proof you need that diet triumphs over modern medicine. According to the article: “Latinos in the U.S. have a longer life expectancy than the non-Latino white population. Given lower average income and access to health care among Latinos, epidemiologists have proposed various theories to explain this puzzling statistic, dubbed the “Latino Paradox.”
I’m glad the epidemiologists can find this, because when I look at the CDC’s report, the health status of the Latino population looks about even with the white population.
Crediting the hot diet doesn’t really address all the differences between populations, but it certainly doesn’t hurt to have spicy food. Spices are good for a wide variety of ills. We might even say that adding a new spice to your life now will put off adding a new pharmaceutical to your life later on.
- Why Arthritis Rates Are on the Rise (everydayhealth.com)
- Are Latinos a “Sleeping Giant?” (thehispanicblog.com)
- Latino Demographic Trends Have Significant Implications for Mortgage Lending (prweb.com)
- Who are Latinos? (targetinglatinos.wordpress.com)