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  1. Professor Mikael Rydén - Vetenskap - Myt att viss fetma är bra för hälsan Amina Manzoor - Dagens Nyheter - 19:e Augusti 2016 Fetma är ett stort folkhälsoproblem i världen eftersom det ökar risken för bland annat typ 2-diabetes och hjärt-kärlsjukdomar. Men samtidigt är det inte alla feta som har högt blodtryck, höga blodfetter eller insulinresistens. Därför har en del forskare trott att viss typ av fetma kan vara hälsosammare och att de personerna inte har en högre risk för fetmarelaterade sjukdomar än normalviktiga. Men tyvärr verkar det inte vara så visar en ny svensk studie. – ”Fat, but fit” har man sagt ibland. Men så enkelt verkar det inte vara. De här resultaten talar för att även de med hälsosam fetma har en ökad risk för både typ 2-diabetes och kardiovaskulära sjukdomar på lång sikt jämfört med normalviktiga individer, säger Mikael Rydén, överläkare och professor i klinisk och experimentell fettvävsforskning vid Karolinska institutet och en av forskarna bakom den nya studien som publicerats i Cell Reports. Han och hans forskarkollegor jämförde hur fettvävnaden hos 17 friska normalviktiga svarade på insulin med fettvävnaden hos 51 feta personer. De feta delades upp i två grupper, de som hade en så kallad hälsosam fetma och de som hade en ohälsosam fetma. Alla gener kartlades också. När en vävnad svarar dåligt på insulin kallas det insulinresistens. Det är starkt kopplat till utveckling av typ 2-diabetes. Trots att personerna som klassats som hälsosamt feta var insulinkänsliga hade de på gennivå alltså en respons som nästan var identisk med de personer som var insulinresistenta. – Vi trodde att vi skulle kunna bekräfta att det fanns så kallad snäll fetma. Men gensvaret på insulin var väldigt likt i de två grupperna med feta och skilde sig markant från de normalviktiga. Det stämmer även med stora epidemiologiska studier som kommit på senare tid som visar att personer med ”hälsosam fetma” också har en ökad risk för typ 2-diabetes och hjärt-kärlsjukdom, säger Mikael Rydén. Forskarna tolkar resultaten som att det är farligt att vara fet, oavsett vilken typ av fetma man har. – Det kanske inte är det människor vill höra. Det finns läkare och forskare som trott att feta som inte har diabetes eller hjärt-kärlsjukdom inte behöver följas upp lika noga. Men det här talar för att alla som är feta måste få åtgärder mot sin övervikt för att minska risken för följdsjukdomar, säger han. Men det finns några osäkerheter. Personerna med fetma hade i snitt ett BMI på nästan 40. BMI för normalvikt ligger mellan 18 och 25 medan gränsen för fetma ligger på 30. Det är därför inte säkert att resultaten gäller för alla personer som har ett för högt BMI. Dessutom har forskarna bara undersökt fettvävnaden. Det finns andra vävnader som har betydelse vid utveckling av insulinresistens, men de är svårare att undersöka genom vävnadsprov. De feta personerna i studien har nu genomgått viktreducerande kirurgi. Forskarna kommer att följa upp dem för att se om det finns någon skillnad mellan grupperna efter två år. – Det är ett sätt att försöka identifiera fettvävnadens roll vid utveckling av kardiovaskulär sjukdom och typ 2-diabetes, säger Mikael Rydén. http://www.dn.se/nyheter/vetenskap/myt-att-viss-fetma-ar-bra-for-halsan/ °°° The role of adipose tissue in weight loss and weight maintenance Youtube 6 okt. 2015 Professor Mikael Rydén, Senior Consultant Department of Medicine (H7), Karolinska Institutet, Karolinska University Hospital, Stockholm, Sweden
  2. Dravets syndrom & Ketogenic Diet Dravets syndrom, även kallat Severe myoclonic epilepsy of infancy (SMEI), är ett ovanligt syndrom som yttrar sig genom kraftiga epileptiska anfall och senare i skeendet även autismliknande syndrom i form av någon typ av utvecklingsstörning och/eller andra beteendeavvikelser samt svårigheter med att kommunicera. Diagnosen är mycket ovanlig och enligt statistik från Socialstyrelsen så finns det i Sverige 30 personer som man vet lider av syndromet. https://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dravets_syndrom -- Review of Ketogenic Diet in the Treatment of Dravet Syndrome - Maria Del Pilar Gennaro, ARNP Youtube 30 juli 2016 2016 Dravet Syndrome Foundation Biennial Conference Review of Ketogenic Diet in the Treatment of Dravet Syndrome Maria Del Pilar Gennaro, ARNP – Nicklaus Children’s Hospital .. Creative Meal Planning in the Ketogenic Diet - Cristina Visona, MS, RD, LD/N, CSP Youtube 30 juli 2016 2016 Dravet Syndrome Foundation Biennial Conference Creative Meal Planning in the Ketogenic Diet Cristina Visona, MS, RD, LD/N, CSP – Nicklaus Children’s Hospital -- Dravet Syndrome Foundation https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4z8dwjuGJc3hMLyGuk8xhw
  3. Jeff Volek - Health-Promoting Effects of a Low-Carbohydrate Lifestyle Youtube 28 juli 2016 Ketogenic diets result in sustained elevations of ketones by an order of magnitude. When maintained for several consecutive weeks, the metabolic state of ‘nutritional ketosis’ manifests in several positive adaptations (i.e., ‘keto-adaptation’). Keto-adaptation is associated with profound benefits in individuals with pre- and type-2 diabetes, and there is emerging evidence it may benefit endurance athletes. This presentation will explore the construct of keto-adaptation as a therapeutic and performance-enhancing strategy.
  4. Keto Chat Episode 35: Reformed Vegetarian Dr. Ted Naiman Heals Patients with a Low Carb Diet Youtube 14 aug. 2016 Carole Freeman
  5. Challenging Traditional Cardiovascular Risk Assessment Poster presentation from The Ancestral Health Symposium 2016 To summarize: This presentation discusses the primary drivers of heart disease and why traditional cardiovascular risk assessment, based on Framingham methodology is inadequate. Framingham methodology is distracting to most healthcare professionals as it does not address the true root causes of heart disease including metabolic disease and hormonal dysregulation. Proper tools that more accurately predict risk including the Dr. Joseph R. Kraft five hour insulin assay and the heart calcium scan (CT-scan of the heart) are discussed. Importantly, we also discuss how to take proper action to reduce ones’ risk. The ‘Muddy Waters of Framingham’ are murky and this presentations serves to provide clarity. A special thanks to Dr. Amy Savagian, MD and chemical engineer Ivor Cummins, BE(Chem) CEng MIEI for their assistance with this project. Please share far and wide! Download the poster in high resolution .pdf format here http://denversdietdoctor.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/CV_Disease_Poster_Gerber_Savagian_Cummins_Final.pdf Source http://denversdietdoctor.com/challenging-traditional-cardiovascular-risk-assessment/#lightbox[gallery]/1/
  6. Priyanka Wali MD and Fat Emperor discuss saving the world - with LCHF ! Youtube 6 aug. 2016 The second discussion from Low Carb USA San Diego is with the articulate and assertive young doctor Priyanka Wali. Not long practising, but already she knows a lot more than most docs about nutrition and disease. Did she go to a special med school you may ask, where they actually teach nutrition? Why no - she had to do her own research, just like the rest of us! In any case she's the smartest doc on the block, and shouldn't need to hand out meds like candy... :-)
  7. Dr. Michael Eades and Fat Emperor talk LCHF Evidence, Evolution - and Veg Oils...! Ivor Cummins Youtube 11 aug. 2016 Really enjoyed Dr. Mike Eades' talk at Low Carb USA San Diego last week. Finally got to have a chat with him on camera too. Mike decoded the carbohydrate mess way, way back - and is always willing to help anyone with his immense knowledge. Here in part one, we talk about the LCHF evidence base. Also, we touch on the horror of the 'heart-healthy' vegetable oils...! Disclaimer: Mike supported me a lot in the past couple years - but that said, he's still correct in everything.. :-) Share to help others see the light... Camera and Sound setup: Dr. Jeffry Gerber www.denversdietdoctor.com Supported by www.IHDA.ie ( For more free content please subscribe at www.thefatemperor.com/subscribe ) °°° Ivor Cummins Youtube 13 aug. 2016 Part 2 of my chat with Dr. Mike Eades at Low Carb USA San Diego. Mike decoded the carbohydrate mess way, way back - and is always willing to help anyone with his immense knowledge. In part two, we discuss the power of the Calcium Scan - and the prophetic CAC Score. Also, we muse on causes for our totally insane Diabesity epidemic. Share to help others see the light...note that Calcium Scanning has no equal - see here: http://www.thefatemperor.com/blog/201... Camera and Sound setup: Dr. Jeffry Gerber www.denversdietdoctor.com Supported by www.IHDA.ie ( For more free content please subscribe at www.thefatemperor.com/subscribe )
  8. Nick Mailer and Fat Emperor - #LCHF Youtube 12 aug. 2016 The second part of my chat with the intellectual's intellectual - Nick Mailer ! Here we take the p"ss out of weak hypotheses - well someone has to, eh? Nothing is sacred - all science must be questioned or science is for nought. Okay then - let's do it.

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Please support www.thefatemperor.com/subscribe for more free content ! °°° NickM and Fat Emperor chat in London Youtube 25 juli 2016 Finally met Nick Mailer himself in London, to discuss important matters of the world. In part one we tackle the epidemiological claptrap of the 'meat causes cancer' ruse. What on earth is driving these people?
  9. Ivor Cummins Interview Youtube 19 juli 2016
  10. Professor Kieran Clarke - Ketone Esters & Performance Youtube 11 aug. 2016 Professor Kieran Clarke kindly joins us today to talk about her work in the field of ketone ester development. We talk about her work with the military to find them the ultimate energy source for soldiers on the front line. What does 'fat adaptation' actually mean Is a ketogenic diet really worthwhile for performance Where the future lies with the use of ketones and much more. https://www.medsci.ox.ac.uk/study/gra... https://youtu.be/hsVQF8-XSuk
  11. Fighting Fat With Fat | Nick Murphy | TEDxSyracuseUniversity Youtube 28 juni 2016 Think about this, what kind of pressure are we exerting on our health each and every day? What is the effect of the food choices we make... or don’t make? Nick Murphy, owner of Mission Fitness, is a Certified Personal Trainer and Life Coach. He has 20+ years of experience in his field and is equipped to train clients across the fitness spectrum from the world-class athlete to the morbidly obese, and everyone in between. His passion is to teach people about health, fitness, diet and exercise, and to empower clients to take control of their lives. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more athttp://ted.com/tedx
  12. Kostdoktorn Alcohol Spirits kostdoktorn.se http://www.dietdoctor.com/how-low-carb-is-low-carb How Low Carb is Low Carb? Strict Under 20 grams per day Klick here for Picture Moderate 20-50 grams per day Liberal 50-100 grams per day http://www.dietdoctor.com/how-low-carb-is-low-carb
  13. KOSTDOKTORN http://www.kostdoktorn.se/ What to Eat on a Low-Carb Diet Here’s a quick visual guide to low carb. For details check out the links below. Let’s start with the foods you can eat all you like of, until you’re satisfied. Avoid if you can Here’s what you should not eat on low carb – foods full of sugar and starch: Below ground Peas, corn, beans, lentils, quinoa Above ground Carbs per 100 grams (3.5 ounces) Berries Fruits Fruits Nuts Drink Snacks http://www.dietdoctor.com/ http://www.dietdoctor.com/how-low-carb-is-low-carb http://www.dietdoctor.com/?s=20-50+grams+per+day http://www.dietdoctor.com/how-low-carb-is-low-carb http://www.dietdoctor.com/low-carb/fruits#more-158488 http://www.dietdoctor.com/low-carb/vegetables
  14. Colette Heimowitz - 'The Evolution of the Atkins Diet with a Tribute to Dr. Robert C. Atkins' Youtube 31 juli 2016 Colette Heimowitz, MS, is Director of Education and Research for Atkins Health and Medical Information Services. In this role she manages public relations, directs research efforts, designs continuing medical education programs and directs the Atkins Speakers Bureau. In addition, Heimowitz serves as a member of the Atkins Nutritionals New Product Development Committee. Previously, Heimowitz was the Director of Nutrition at The Atkins Center for Complementary Medicine. Prior to working at The Atkins Center, Heimowitz spent 20 years directing nutrition departments in the offices of complementary doctors such as Leo Galland, MD, Serafina Corsello, MD, and others. Her corporate experience includes Vice-President of Research and Development at Col-Air Laboratories, a company specialising in herbal technologies. As the spokesperson for the Atkins Company, Heimowitz has been featured on national television networks such as CNN, Fox News Channel and MSNBC and appears frequently across the country on the lecture circuit and on radio programs.
  15. Low Carb Vail 2016 - Day One Audience Q&A Youtube 11 aug. 2016 The morning and afternoon audience Q&A sessions from the first day of 'Low Carb Vail 2016'.