I just read Jane Brody’s article in today’s New York Times about Clearing Up the Confusion About Salt. YIKES. As usual Ms. Brody just strings a whole bunch of quotes together some people call research and then calls it gospel....Read More
Watch out for this new kind of High Fructose Corn Syrup – HFCS-90 High fructose corn syrup (HFCS)...Read More
Liver Myths Many have been misled to believe the liver is a “filter” and thus filters and stores toxins. The liver is actually the body’s “metabolic engine” and its main role is to neutralize toxins (such as drugs, chemical...Read More
Why You Should Consider Eating Liver and How To Do It Chinese proverb – “eat what ails you” Today, we do a lot of things better than our grandparents … but eating liver is an area where our generation has really dropped...Read More
Last time we left on talking about how medical science asks you to believe on blind faith. A vivid...Read More
Putting it all together So to sum up the Well Formulated Ketogenic Diet (WFKD – see post 1), the marbled steak is not a problem, it is when high fatty foods are combined with starches like potatoes, that you enter a...Read More
Saturated Fat – the Devil is in the Details Saturated fat is often stated in debates as a cause of heart disease, which is why you sometimes hear it’s bad to eat meat, eggs, coconuts, and other forms of saturated fat. But...Read More
Ketogenic diet and blood bio-markers The last post was about the benefits of ketones and a well...Read More
To pick up from the discussion last week on ketones… The rapidly expanding knowledge of ketones. We’ve known for many decades that ketones are another fuel for the heart and brain and that’s one of its key roles. There are...Read More
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