Raw Food Diets: Myths & Realities – Brenda Davis RD FULL TALK

Dietitian Brenda Davis shares what she’s learned about raw food diets. Have you heard a raw or high-raw “guru” tell you that certain research proves the superiority of the raw diet? Brenda Davis spoke to the actual researchers whose work is often cited – the researchers were shocked to hear their research being twisted and misrepresented by raw or high-raw “experts.” This is Brenda Davis’ FULL TALK on the subject from our Healthy Lifestyle Expo 2012. Many more full talks on diet and health from leading experts available for immediate download at:

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Food For Thinning Hair – Can Foods and Diets Prevent Hair Thinning and Baldness?

There are several products available in the markets as well as online that claim to help you get rid of hair loss. Few of them are surgical methods while other includes the non surgical treatments. A proper diet is always recommended in order to prevent this problem. This measure is easy to follow and does not have any side effects as well.

Here is a list of nutrients that are essential to combat this problem. The list also lets you know about the sources that would offer you these nutrients:

* Vitamins : Vitamins (A, B3, B5, B6, B12, C & E) are very essential to prevent baldness. The foods that help you get these include the fish liver oil, cabbage, broccoli, carrots, spinach, apricots, peaches, eggs, green vegetables, whole grain cereals, etc.

* Biotin : It produces keratin that prevents baldness and graying. You need to take between 150 and 300 mcg every day. For this you must take whole grains, brewer's yeast, rice and egg yolks.

* Inositol : It keeps the hair follicles healthy. Your daily dose must be 600 mg. take whole grains, citrus fruits and brewer's yeast to get this nutrient in your diet.

* Calcium : Foods for thinning hair that provides you calcium include tofu, beans, nuts, fish, lentils, brewer's yeast and sesame seeds. You need to take up to 1500 mg of calcium every day.

* Chromium : You need to take around 120 mg of chromium daily. For this take brewer's yeast & whole grain bread.

* Copper : You need to take around 3 mg of copper daily. If you take more than this it may lead to hair loss, dry hair and severe health problems. The sources include shellfish, eggs, green vegetables, beans and whole grains.

The other foods for thinning hair include the dairy products, animal proteins, excess raw foods, salt, fruits and vegetables, etc. Apart from taking a healthy balanced diet you may also try the organic hair loss products that are available in the markets as well as online. Smart is one company that offers you a wide range of such natural products.

Grain-free, exotic dog food linked to heart disease

It started with a late-night cough. “He was otherwise fine, but … something was weird and different,” said Verai Ramsammy, who was worried about her miniature schnauzer, Louie. She was a meticulous dog person, the kind who bought special food for her pets. She made a veterinary appointment just to be safe.

Within months, Ramsammy’s second dog, Mico, fell ill with the same problem. This made Ramsammy’s veterinarians sit up. The two dogs, both mini schnauzers, were unrelated. Their only connection was the home in which they lived.

Their cases helped link a serious, sometimes fatal, heart condition with the latest dog food fad. As more cases were reported from around the country this year, veterinarians and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) began investigating a potential link between boutique, grain-free diets and a heart disease called canine dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM), which had been known primarily as a genetic disorder. This summer, the FDA issued a caution against grain-free diets. Since then, many more reports have poured in.

Three weeks after Louie’s minor cough and a bronchitis misdiagnosis, Ramsammy said, the 19-pound “typical barky schnauzer” with a rough black coat stopped eating and had trouble breathing. 

“It was bad. It just progressed so quickly,” said Ramsammy, an intensive-care unit  physician who was no stranger to emergencies. She rushed him an hour and a half away to North Carolina State University’s veterinary hospital, in Raleigh, for advanced care.

After a sleepless night at the hospital with Louie, Ramsammy saw Mico collapse outside the hospital. “He had this spastic movement, and then he scrambled to his feet,” she said. She assumed the stress of travel and hospital visits was getting to the dog, the way it was getting to her.

Inside the hospital, Louie’s heart was enlarged, and fluid was filling his lungs. “He was dying,” Ramsammy said, “there was nothing I could do.” Ramsammy held him as he died, one month after his symptoms began.

Three months later, Mico, a soft-haired, salt-and-pepper-colored schnauzer, was collapsing more frequently. Darcy Adin and her veterinary team at N.C. State found he was also struggling with an enlarged heart. The veterinarians put Mico on heart medication immediately. The dog was “on the verge of going into heart failure the way Louie did, and it’s just lucky they caught it in time,” Ramsammy said.

Canine DCM weakens the dog’s heart, Adin said, preventing it from pumping enough blood, so it enlarges to try to compensate. After a certain point, fluid backs up from the heart into the lungs, causing congestion and coughing. Other symptoms of DCM include difficulty breathing, weakness and lethargy. It can eventually “lead to congestive heart failure signs and, in some cases, sudden death,” Adin said.

Across the country at the University of California at Davis, Joshua Stern, another veterinary cardiologist, started to see surprising signs of heart disease in his golden retriever patients. Multiple veterinary groups, working independently at first, started to notice this disturbing trend. The world of veterinary cardiology is small, with about 200 specialists in the United States, Stern said. They alerted the FDA. Together, they began compiling cases and investigating environmental conditions that might affect unrelated dogs within one household. The vets started to find that many of the sick dogs had been on grain-free diets, high in legumes, leading up to their illnesses.

“There was a lot of guilt that it was something I’d done, but I had no idea what it was,” Ramsammy said.

On July 12, the FDA put out a cautionary statementThe FDA report stated that canine DCM was typically caused by a genetic predisposition in large breed dogs such as Great Danes and Newfoundlands. The recent cases included “Golden and Labrador retrievers, a Whippet, a Shih Tzu, a Bulldog and Miniature Schnauzers, as well as mixed breeds. Early reports … indicate that the impacted dogs consistently ate foods containing peas, lentils, other legume seeds or potatoes as main ingredients,” said the report. The length of exposure to the diet ranged from months to years.

Before releasing the cautionary statement, the FDA had received 30 reports of dogs affected with DCM and linked to a grain-free diet, said Martine Hartogensis, the deputy director of the FDA’s Center for Veterinary Medicine, and the veterinary cardiologists had collected about 150 cases. Since then, the FDA has received reports of an additional 120 dogs sickened with DCM, most involving a grain-free diet. At least 24 dogs have died of the condition.

The FDA is still investigating the link with grain-free pet food. An FDA press officer stated in an email that it “has not determined that the pet food is causally associated with these pet illnesses and deaths.” No dog food has been recalled.

“If dozens of babies were getting deathly ill eating a formula, that formula would have been pulled from the shelf a long time ago,” Stern said. He has identified 24 golden retrievers affected by this issue over the past one to two years, compared with previous years of just one or two cases total.

The condition is linked to a taurine deficiency. Taurine is an amino acid that most animals, including humans, can create their own. Dogs get a lot of it from their diet. Chicken and beef are high in taurine, while rabbit, lamb, legumes, pea-protein and other ingredients found in some grain-free foods have little or no taurine. If items that are naturally low in taurine are placed in food formulas, they need to be supplemented with taurine, Stern said.

Big brands of dog food have the resources to test their products extensively in the lab and in feeding trials, Stern said. The FDA and federal law have mandated that pet food be safe and properly labeled. However, in a statement to The Washington Post, the agency said: “It is the manufacturer’s responsibility to ensure that the animal food products it produces are safe. … The FDA has the authority to take action when animal food is unsafe or if a label is inaccurate or misleading.” The FDA “does not have premarket approval authority” for pet food formulas before the bags of kibble appear on store shelves.

There are important things to look for on dog food labels. For example, the phrase “complete and balanced” is a specific term meaning that the dog food has met the minimum requirements set forth by the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO). Although it does not have regulatory authority, AAFCO monitors the sale and distribution of pet food as well as recommending nutrient profiles for cats and dogs.

Dog food trends may track with pet owner tendencies. Stern likened grain-free dog food to the cave man diet for humans. “As the push for raw ingredients and organic growing grew in the human market, it similarly grew in the pet market,” he said.

Stern said dogs do not need just the “chicken cutlet,” as some pet food advertises, even if this sounds more appealing to the average (human) American family. Byproducts on pet food labels are defined as organ meat, lungs, liver, etc. These are all great for dogs to eat, Stern said.

Some dog owners may think their dogs have allergies, but Stern and Adin said it’s important to know that the most common allergies for dogs are not to grains but to meat. Chicken is a common allergen for dogs. While a dog can be allergic to corn or wheat, it would be a very rare coincidence to find a dog allergic to all “grains.”

Dogs, unlike wolves, are omnivores and can consume up to 50 percent of their diet as carbohydrates.  Ramsammy had chosen a grain-free diet for her dogs based on a friend’s suggestion. She said, of her reasoning at the time, “it’s probably like carbohydrates for humans, too much really isn’t healthy for them.”

“The truth is from a genetic perspective, dogs really aren’t that much like wolves anymore. Dogs evolved and so have their digestive tracts,” Stern said. “We’re not looking at a bunch of little wolves running around eating kibble.”

“I’m sitting here with my golden retriever’s head lying on my foot, and I don’t think she could be any further from a wolf,” Stern added.

The pet food industry response to the canine DCM increases has been varied. Mars Petcare, the manufacturers of such brands as Pedigree and Whiskas, said: “We take any pet concern seriously. Along with the broader pet food industry, we are working with the FDA to better understand any potential link between ingredients and DCM.”

Ramsammy fed her two mini schnauzers two flavors of California Natural dog food (kangaroo and red lentil as well as venison and green lentil) before they got critically ill. The company posted a message on its website that it is out of business as of summer 2018. The website offers alternatives to its dog food: “As you look to transition to a new food, please consider Nutro™ Limited Ingredient Diet, which … offers a range of grain free recipes with 10 key ingredients or less, ideal for pets with food sensitivities.”

With dogs genetically predisposed to DCM, the condition is irreversible. However, in these new cases, adding taurine to the dogs’ diet (and taking them off legumes) can reverse the disorder if caught early enough, Stern and Adin said.

Mico is one such case. He has been on heart medications since May 2017 and is doing very well, Ramsammy said. A typical monthly bill for Mico is $110 in medications.

“I told him he’s going to have to get a job” Ramsammy said.

The Top 15 Diets Celebrities Swear By for Weight Loss

When it comes to maintaining a fit physique, few people know how to do it better than celebrities. Though many follow a seriously strict fitness regimen, famous folks are also well-known for their precise dietary needs. And there are certain diets that celebrities have praised over the years.

Curious as to how your favorite celebs are eating? Here are the diets they promise keep them in the best shape of their lives (including No. 7, which may be the most sustainable of them all).

1. The 5-Factor Diet

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Celebrities who use it: Rihanna, Eva Mendes, Lady Gaga, Megan Fox, Katy Perry

There are plenty of celebs who are fans of the 5-factor diet — and that may be because it’s a lot less restrictive than other meal plans on the list. Shape explains fitness expert Harley Pasternak is famous for starting this diet trend. Essentially, every meal should contain just five components: protein, complex carbs, fiber, fat, and fluids. Everyone following the plan should allow themselves five meals per day with just five ingredients each, and one cheat day is allowed per week that allows you to eat whatever you’d like.

Next: One royal’s sister swears by this diet.

2. The Dukan Diet

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Celebrities who use it: Pippa Middleton

This fad diet reminds many of Atkins — and if you want to live life like Kate Middleton’s sister, you should certainly try it. Healthline explains Dr. Pierre Dukan, a French general practitioner, created the diet. It consists of meals that are high-protein and low-carb. There are also four phases of the diet: The first two are when you’ll lose the most weight, and the last two are designed for the long-term maintenance of your goal weight.

Next: You’re definitely familiar with this favorite system. 

3. Weight Watchers

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Celebrities who use it: Oprah, Jennifer Hudson, Jessica Simpson, Tina Fey, Jenny McCarthy

Weight Watchers is all about sustainable results rather than yo-yo dieting or quick fat loss that results in even more weight gain down the line — and that’s one of the reasons it’s regarded as one of the best diets available today. And the best part about Weight Watchers is that you can eat whatever you want as long as you stick to the “Points” system.

Many celebrities swear by the long-lasting results, too. Women’s Health reports Jennifer Hudson lost 80 pounds on Weight Watchers after the birth of her son in 2009, and Jessica Simpson lost over 50 back in 2014.

Next: This low-carb diet was all the rage back in 2003. 

4. The South Beach Diet

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Celebrities who use it: The Clintons, Kim Cattrall, Nicole Kidman

If you remember the South Beach Diet taking the world by storm, you probably also recall celebs like Bill Clinton and Kim Cattrall endorsing it. The diet was created by Arthur Agatston, M.D., a cardiologist who found the best way to lose weight was to choose the perfect carbs and fats to intake rather than slashing them completely.

Agatston then created his three-step program to help his patients lower their cholesterol and lose excess fat. The program focuses on eating nutrient-dense foods loaded with fiber to help stave off cravings, WebMD notes.

Next: This diet requests you cook absolutely nothing. 

5. Raw diet

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Celebrities who use it: Woody Harrelson, Demi Moore, Gwyneth Paltrow, Megan Fox

Hate cooking your meals? If you don’t mind totally forgoing processed foods, the raw diet may be for you. Healthline explains when you’re on a raw diet, all foods you’re consuming must be unrefined, unpasteurized, not heated above 104-118 degrees, and not treated with any chemicals or pesticides. Other preparation methods, like juicing, blending, dehydrating, and soaking, are favorable. And while most folks who use the raw diet are vegans, some do consume unprocessed dairy and raw eggs for protein.

Next: This diet is quite possibly the most popular in 2018.

6. The keto diet

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Celebrities who use it: Gwyneth Paltrow, Kim Kardashian, Lebron James, Halle Berry

It may sound like another trendy low-carb diet, but a number of celebrities swear by the quick weight-loss effects from the keto diet. Everyday Health explains in essence, the plan is simple: 75% of your food should be fats, and only 20% should be from protein, and the remaining 5% should be from carbs. After a few days, the body enters a state of ketosis, which is when it burns fat for fuel instead of carbs.

The keto diet certainly works for weight loss, but experts have raised concerns for those who follow it for long periods of time. Even so, it may help others with the management of Type 2 diabetes and epilepsy.

Next: This easy-to-follow diet is tasty, and nutritionists love it.

7. Mediterranean diet

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Celebrities who use it: Penelope Cruz, Brooke Burke, Rachael Ray, John Goodman

This meal plan describes itself as less of a diet and more of a lifestyle change, as it’s not nearly as restrictive as many other plans. Essentially, the plan is inspired by the cuisine eaten by those native to the Mediterranean — so that includes plenty of fruits, veggies, whole grains, and healthy fats (like fish).

Brooke Burke, a huge supporter for the diet, says it helped her get into the best shape of her life. And John Goodman credits the diet for his incredible 100-pound weight loss.

Next: This diet doesn’t require much chewing.

8. Juice diet

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Celebrities who use it: Salma Hayek, Blake Lively, Jessica Alba

We know by now that juice “cleanses” aren’t the healthiest way to drop weight — but that hasn’t stopped certain celebrities from trying it themselves. The Sun explains this diet involves abstaining from solid food for a few days to a week in favor of consuming only juiced fruits and veggies. Unfortunately, many nutritionists find the diet to be high in sugar — and the body doesn’t need any help in “flushing out toxins,” either.

Even so, celebrities such as Salma Hayek have been incorporating have been consuming pressed juice diets from time to time for a quick slim-down, Shape notes.

Next: This diet comes totally prepackaged — any many celebs have spoken for it.

9. Jenny Craig

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Celebrities who use it: Valerie Bertinelli, Jason Alexander, Mariah Carey, Queen Latifah

Jenny Craig doesn’t require any calorie counting or meal prep on the user’s part. Verywell Fit explains you’ll get a number of prepackaged entrees to eat per day when you’re on the diet, and you’re also encouraged to “volumize” them by adding more fresh produce. Those on the program will also weigh themselves once per week and can expect to lose around one to two pounds between weigh-ins.

You may remember certain celebs who lost a ton of weight on Jenny Craig, like Jason Alexander who dropped 30 pounds, or Mariah Carey who lost 70, The Daily Meal reports.

Next: Here’s another system that does all the work for you.

10. Nutrisystem

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Celebrities who use it: Janet Jackson, Melissa Joan Hart, Marie Osmond, Dan Marino

Here’s another easy system for those who want to take any guesswork out of their diet. WebMD explains Nutrisystem is a 28-day program that offers 150 prepackaged meals for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert. Between meals, you can also add in fruits and veggies to keep you satiated.

Does the system work? Certain celebrities are huge fans. Janet Jackson, for example, reportedly lost 50 pounds, says Us Weekly. And Melissa Joan Hart lost 40 pounds.

Next: This nutrient-dense diet will take you back to your roots.

11. The paleo diet

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Celebrities who use it: Jessica Biel, Aaron Rodgers, Matthew McConaughey, Jack Osbourne

The paleo diet has been picking up steam over the years thanks to its promise for a fitter physique and optimal health. Everyday Health explains the paleo diet only allows you to eat foods that were available for human consumption millions of years ago. That means all processed foods are out — but that’s not all. True paleo followers also don’t consume dairy, grains, or legumes.

Many celebrities choose this lifestyle change over any quick-and-easy diets. Spoon University notes Jessica Biel says it helps her stay slim, and Jack Osbourne lost 70 pounds thanks to the diet.

Next: Beyonce swears by this one.

12. The Master Cleanse

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Celebrities who use it: Beyonce, Jared Leto

This diet’s extreme and can only be done for a short period of time — but it certainly promotes weight loss. E! News reports to start, you must create a cocktail consisting of lemon juice, cayenne pepper, maple syrup, and water — and that’s the bulk of what you’re consuming for 10 days. It was also promoted as having the ability to “detox” your system, though nutritionists have since debunked this.

Beyonce loves the Master Cleanse, however, as she used it to lose weight for Dreamgirls. 

Next: You can eat whatever you want with this diet.

13. Intermittent fasting

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Celebrities who use it: Hugh Jackman, Jimmy Kimmel, Chris Hemsworth, Benedict Cumberbatch

Here’s another way of eating that has exponentially grown in popularity. MSN explains intermittent fasting involves periods of eating and fasting. Choosing to fast for 16 hours and eat for eight per day is common, but for those who want an even easier route, 12 hours of eating and 12 of fasting also works.

Hugh Jackman followed the 16:8 plan while training for X-Men. And Jimmy Kimmel said he lost 25 pounds with intermittent fasting.

Next: This diet is seriously controversial. 

14. The alkaline diet

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Celebrities who use it: Jennifer Aniston, Kate Hudson, Victoria Beckham

Robert Young, Ph.D., created the controversial alkaline diet. Health explains the diet claims certain diseases are caused by high acidity in the blood — so you should aim to consume foods that will balance your pH levels. Unfortunately, Young was convicted of practicing medicine without a license. And while the idea of balancing your acid levels through diet has been debunked by many nutritionists, his plan does promote the consumption of healthful foods.

There’s been a flurry of interest in the alkaline diet since certain celebs like Victoria Beckham and Kate Hudson have spoken favorably of it.

Next: You don’t necessarily have to be vegan to get the benefits of this diet.

15. Plant-based diet

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Celebrities who use it: Natalie Portman, Ariana Grande, Ellen DeGeneres, Bruce Springsteen

This is less of a diet and more of a lifestyle, which makes it one of the more sustainable options for long-term benefits. In essence, a plant-based diet means your meals are primarily composed of fruits, veggies, nuts, whole grains, and seeds. You can still eat meat when you’re plant-based, but it should be viewed as more of a side dish rather than the main component of your meals.

Many celebrities are plant-based, Nature’s Path reminds us. Ariana Grande eats plenty of daikons, lotus, and adzuki beans, and Natalie Portman swears by avocado toast for breakfast and vegan Mexican food for lunch.

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Best Fat Burning Food

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If you maintain the habit of eating balance food, it helps you to loss fats in a few weeks. You also need to know about the foods that are helpful to reduce weight. All human beings eat food to survive but a little change in your diet plans help you to feel healthy and smart. For example oils in fish, fabrics and proteins is the good source of weight loss.

You should try to add grain breads, chicken, garlic, green beans, eggs, asparagus, cage, Bell peppers, fresh juices, and vegetables in their diets. These food items are helpful to reduce your weight and also maintain your health.

All these food ingredients are considered effective and fast burning diet plan that you need to include in your diet in a balance way. If you add these food items, it will help you promote a healthy lifestyle and obtain effective weight loss results. Whatever food items, you include in your diet plan, you need to take some suggestions from your doctor, and he also helps you to choose beast fat burning diet for you.

Weight loss plans work only if you eat fat burning diets. These diets are more effective than weight loss pills. It also helps you to make you healthy and beautiful.

‘Raw’ food and ‘illness’ at Egypt hotel where couple died

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Alison Cope said her sister and grandson remain ill after returning home

Meat was “undercooked” and hygiene was “a disgrace” at an Egyptian hotel where a British couple died, a woman who fell ill at the resort said.

Hotel guests have been returning to the UK after John Cooper, 69, and his wife Susan, 63, died in Hurghada last week.

Alison Cope stayed at the Steigenberger Aqua Magic at the same time as the couple and said “many people were ill”.

The hotel said there was no evidence of an “increased incidence of illness”, dismissing it as “rash speculations”.

Mr and Mrs Cooper, from Burnley in Lancashire, died on Tuesday 21 August.

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office said it did not have any information yet about where and when a post-mortem examination would be carried out.

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John and Susan Cooper died on Tuesday 21 August

Following the deaths, Thomas Cook said it was removing all its customers and flew some holidaymakers back to the UK “as a precaution”.

Ms Cope, 44, from Moseley in Birmingham, said: “The fish was raw in places and undercooked. The chicken had pink areas in it. You think, we don’t want to eat that”.

Egypt couple ‘killed by something in room’

‘I thought Mum would survive’

She said the “level of hygiene was a disgrace”, with dirty cups, plates, knives and forks.

Ms Cope, who was among those who decided to fly home, said her two-week holiday at the hotel had been “a nightmare” and five out of seven of her family members were ill during their stay.

“My sister was getting very ill. Finding it hard to breathe, coughing up fluid, very weak and we just thought something’s going on here and so contacted Thomas Cook many times.”

She said “about 40 people” at the hotel were complaining of illness including “projectile vomiting and diarrhoea”.

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The couple’s daughter has insisted a strange odour in her parents’ room had something to do with their deaths

Other holidaymakers have told the BBC about their experiences with illness during stays at the hotel.

Janine Traviss, from Oldham, said she and her partner fell ill with a stomach bug and were “still recovering”.

Chief executive of Thomas Cook, Peter Fankhauser, confirmed 13 customers had food poisoning but were not in a serious condition.

Dieter Geiger, general manager at Aqua Magic, said there was no evidence to support an “increased incidence of illness” at the hotel, which he dismissed as “rash speculations”.

Strange odour

The couple’s daughter, Kelly Ormerod, has insisted a strange odour in her parents’ room had something to do with their deaths.

However, Egyptian investigators said on Saturday no traces of toxic gas had been detected.

Public prosecutor Nabil Sadeq confirmed all the installations were safe and the equipment was functioning without fault.

The tourism ministry said a medical examination showed Mr Cooper “experienced an extreme drop in the blood circulation and a sudden stop of the heart muscle”.

The cause of Mrs Cooper’s death was reported as a “halt of blood circulation and her respiratory functions”.

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The hotel is on the Red Sea coast