Dissecting Nutrition – Zoë Harcombe

Zoë Harcombe is known for her thorough examination of nutrition research studies and journal articles. In conversation with Zoë at the 2019 CrossFit Health Conference where she was presenting (below) on the corruption plaguing current nutrition advice, she discusses a wide range of topics with Julie Foucher a Family Medicine Resident at the Cleveland Clinic. Particularly interesting is …

To The Low Carb Naysayers – Fat Is Not The Problem

I was asked recently how I managed to lose so much weight and reverse diabetes, but during my enthusiastic explanation of the LCHF diet I was interrupted with the usual question "But all that fat will put your cholesterol through the roof!, you obviously need to take statins?" My response of "No, its actually carbohydrates …

Has Meat Become a Scapegoat for Vegans, Politicians & the Media Because of Bad Science?

Frédéric Leroy, Professor of Food Science and biotechnology at Vrije Universiteit, Brussels, presents a very informative lecture concluding that meat has effectively become a scapegoat for commercial and environmental advocates, much of which was based on bad science. Speaking at a lecture at the University of Auckland, Professor Leroy discusses how this scapegoating came about …

Is Low Carb Sustainable? – Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt

  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rsxG11p3XWw https://www.dietdoctor.com Published on 24 Aug 2019 Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt is a Swedish medical doctor based in Karlstad who specialises in family medicine. He is primarily interested in how food and lifestyle can improve a patient's health and reduce their medication needs. In 2007, Dr. Eenfeldt started the blog “Kostdoktorn” – a Swedish word …

The Myths of Aging, Longevity & the Mediterranean Diet

Dr. Steven Gundry, a renowned heart surgeon and medical researcher is the leading expert on the effect of lectins in our diet. What really interested me during this interview (below) was his explanation of why people in Mediterranean countries who, despite eating a fair amount of animal protein, tend to avoid the effects of carnitine …