Are You Smarter Than Your Doctor? – Dr Paul Mason

Dr Paul Mason presents a comprehensive lecture on the effects of poor metabolic health. https://youtu.be/sNz2gWqL0Ng 3:40 -- Simple signs of poor metabolic health 7:42 -- Low-carb versus low-fat 10:49 -- Insulin 13:45 -- Effects of diabetes 15:11 -- Seed oils 17:35 -- Oxidation 19:39 -- The liver and insulin resistance 20:21 -- Fish oil 21:20 …

Professor Tim Spector in Conversation with Dr Steven Gundry

Tim Spector, expert in gut health, Professor of Genetic Epidemiology at King’s College London and author of  Spoon-Fed: Why almost everything we’ve been told about food is wrong joins Dr Steven Gundry to discuss the following: The reason most diets fail, A "hunter gatherer secret" for better gut health, Why breakfast might actually be hurting your health, Why …

Counting On Sheep

In an earlier article I discussed my findings around the topic of vitamin D and the ongoing debate whether a deficiency in this pre-hormone results in worse outcomes from respiratory infections. I was surprised at the time of discovering the vast amount of information out there on vitamin D that mainstream media hadn't really covered …

Vitamin D: how it can help fight Covid19 – David Davis MP

Former Brexit Secretary David Davis MP has recently reported on his success on turning his health around with a low carb way of eating. Mr Davis published his story in the Daily Mail, recalling the health scare he had after stepping down from his cabinet position last year. He reported that a routine medical revealed …

Study Suggests Potential Anti-Inflammatory Properties of Ketone Bodies Via Effects on Gut Microbial Ecosystems

Research published May 2020 by University of California San Francisco Findings suggest that the effects of ketogenic/low carb diets on the microbiome are not just about the diet itself, but how the diet alters the body’s metabolism, which then has downstream effects on the microbiome. Researchers found that the mere presence of added ketones was …

Omega-6 vegetable oils as a driver of coronary heart disease: the oxidized linoleic acid hypothesis

Published online 26th September 2018 BMJ Open Heart https://openheart.bmj.com/content/5/2/e000898 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6196963/ Numerous lines of evidence show that the omega-6 polyunsaturated fat linoleic acid promotes oxidative stress, oxidised LDL cholesterol, chronic low-grade inflammation and atherosclerosis, and is likely a major dietary culprit for causing heart disease, especially when consumed in the form of industrial seed oils commonly …