I believe NuSI will have a huge role in shaping the knowledge and understanding of preventative medicine worldwide and will have a dramatic impact on the health of the American people through research and education of the public ranging from ind... Read more
The issue is national health care and along with it medicare and medicaid. I was reminded of it when I heard short parts of political speeches in the last few weeks.
The United States, one of the richest countries in the world, is running out... Read more
And here is another link to an interesting looking podcast. With all this good stuff on the net I don't hardly get a chance to write anything myself, LOL.
I have not listened to this yet, so don't beat me up if you don't like it. Read more
This story speaks for itself:
www.meandmydiabetes.com/ 2012/08/11/western-states- 100-low-carber-wins-ultram arathon-steve-phinney-and- jeff-volek-study/
It is relevant for any endurance athlete to see th... Read more
This topic has been on my mind these last few weeks and sharing my thoughts about it is more of a brainstorming session. I have not yet had time to look for research on the topic or even read articles on the web.
Peter Attia just wrote a blog ... Read more
This podcast from La Vida Low Carb was posted by someone else on Spark, can't remember who, thanks whoever you are. I found it so valuable that I wanted to pass it on.
The expert is Julia Ross. Hope this helps someone. I have learned several ... Read more
We went to a party last night.
I didn't think it was going to be that bad. I had only had about 10 grams of carbs that day before dinner.
At the party I had a little more fruit than I would usually have, maybe 2 cups total. I also ate a few ... Read more
I found this on Gary Taubes blog today:
If you nobody anybody who has struggled with cancer or obesity, please feel free to pass on the link and discuss it in o... Read more