Another new year. Time to get back on track and re-focus on improved health and well-being! Wishing all the best to you and your family.
Ty from 5280 Beef just dropped off my 100% grass fed, grass finished beef for my family. I’ll let you know how it tastes and if there’s a difference between these beautiful animals pictured here vs. feed lot animals. These animals lived […]
Diet Trends and Food Policy. Science journalist Gary Taubes and the lead investigator of the famous A to Z weight loss study, Christopher Gardner, PhD participating in a discussion panel at Stanford University. A wonderful collaboration of two brilliant people.
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More on the carbohydrate-insulin pathway. Another great post from the Ancestral Weight Loss Registry Hemoglobin A1C levels. Dark triangles are patients on the low carb, ketogenic diet. White triangles are patients on the low fat, high carb diet.
Calories, thought experiments and science by Gary Taubes.
Please join me at the Natural Grocers, Colorado & Evans, Saturday 11/17/12 @ 1 pm for our next public lecture. Fat Reform: Obesity Food Politics and the Perils of Dietary Carbohydrates. Seminar Description: The government’s previous food pyramid and current food plate are […]
Rocky Mountain High! Whether you agree or not, amendments to legalize marijuana were passed in Colorado and several other states. The Munchies are yet another consideration in the workup of weight and other health related issues. Read more about cannabis, cannabinoid receptors and the […]
Inspired by by Gary Taubes and Cristin Kearns Couzens recent article “Big Sugar’s Sweet Little Lies” I pulled out my copy of the official 1980 USDA dietary guidelines for Americans pamphlet, to review. Fascinating and even surprising some of the word choices used […]
Read the latest article at Mother Jones written by Gary Taubes and Cristin Kearns Couzens. Watch this interview with Gary Taubes about the sugar industry, cover-up and deception.
Here is a summary of the ASBP conference in Orlando from my friend and colleague Larry Istrail who runs http://awlr.org. Larry, is a second year medical student who has taken time away from his busy medical school schedule to attend and present […]