This is the second part of a previous blog post (“Life Changes: Diet for Living”) for which I will be offering more and more controversial information pertaining to diet and heart disease. There are many alternative diets out there; and in the more recent years, keto, carnivore, and animal-based diets have been on the rise.
How is it possible for one food item – in particular, nut oils – to virtually do what so many drugs portend to do? How can nuts do so much for so little without so much as a side effect other than, oh, say, a little more healthfulness without pharmaceuticals. It would be great if
It would be foolish of me to expound on something so scientifically-complex as molecular biology, so I won’t. But a research finding by a team at my alma mater, Vanderbilt University (Nashville, TN), is worth noting because it speaks to the complexity of the biological sciences as it pertains to how we, as real humans
A client suggested I watch a segment of Dr. Oz’s show from December 2012 with two guests, a cardiologist, steven sinatra, and a ph.d. in nutrition whose name escapes me. They’d just written a controversial book on “Everything you know about cholesterol is wrong.” it’s worth watching even if it’s a bit of a sales
The age-old debate – less carbs vs less fat – has been undergoing much new study since Dr. Atkins first proposed a low carb diet back when my mom was trying to drop pounds for my bar mitzvah. (Yes, for a couple years there, she was doing that yo yo thing simply to look hot