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Vetenskap Science Ciencia & LCHF

 

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Ketogenic Diet and Endurance in Athletes

 

 

Youtube 12 feb. 2015 - From the American College of Nutrition's 55th annual conference Translational Nutrition: Turning Research into Practice

 

Presentation by Jeff Volek, PhD, RD

 

 

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Dr. Peter Attia: Readdressing Dietary Guidelines


 


Youtube 28 jan. 2015



Dr. Peter Attia discusses the history behind our beliefs about fat and cholesterol's effects on our body systems and uses data to debunk myths. For more information, visit www.sternspeakers.com/peter-attia-md.


 



 



Dr. Basil Rifkind dies of Parkinson  (!!!)


 


 


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Peter Attia: What if blaming the obese is blaming the victims?


 


Youtube 25 juni 2013


What if obesity has nothing to do with eating too much? Peter Attia, MD, President and co-Founder of the Nutrition Science Initiative, says we don't know enough about the science of weight gain, and that clinicians -- and society -- should stop blaming the victims.


 


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3oI104STzs#t=58



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Hej!

 

Mitt namn är Therese och detta är mitt första besök och inlägg här fastän jag ätit lågkolhydratskost sedan 2011. :-) Jag läser just nu en distanskurs i Näringslära vid Kristianstad Högskola. (Anledning: get to know your enemy) Givetvis går läroboken i Livsmedelsverkets fotspår, även om den även öppnar upp för ny men i deras ögon än inte tillräckligt vedertagen forskning. Jag håller just nu på att skriva en kostregistreringsrapport som speglar intaget vid tre dagars lågkolhydratskost och hur denna kost förhåller sig till Nordiska näringsrekommendationer. Jag kan avslöja att jag med min enligt läroboken fiberfattiga kost kommer upp i perfekta värden på allt från fiber till vitaminer och mineraler, men ja, jag äter rejält med grönsaker.

 

Det jag undrar är om ni experter har tips på en bra sammanfattning över vetenskapliga artiklar på fördelerna med lågkolhydratskost, från trovärdiga forskare? Jag behöver en källa till det paradigmskifte som är nära. Kan någon hjälpa mig?

 

På förhand tack!

 

Therese

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Glöm det.. så långt har vi inte kommit ännu vad gäller kunskapen om mänsklig fysionomi/biokemi samt näringslära!

 

På sin höjd vet vi säkert vad vi inte skall äta och vad som är speciellt och essentiellt för Homo Sapiens Sapiens!

 

Utan på sin höjd kan vi konstatera att nuvarande fettsnåla kostråd saknar vetenskapligt stöd.. och det lär alldrig komma till den situationen att man kommer att komma fram till en diet som funkar som "one size fits all", det är mer en våt dröm för matindustrin!

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Tack iAnna.

 

@Zepp: jag förstår inte riktigt vad du vill att jag ska glömma. Det jag är ute efter är en sammanställning av den kontroversiella sidan av forskarvärlden. Sedan finns det inte någon vedertagen sanning. Och så bör det ju vara. En studie, tusen studier, de är fortsatt bara studier.

 

Jaja, tack iaf.

 

/Thes

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Jag vill bara att du glömmer att det finns en "one size fits all" diet och en enda oomkullrunkelig sanning, om någon sådan tanke skulle existera?

 

Utan det handlar mer om att med vår begränsade kunskap säga något som är giltigt för en majoritet.. undantag finns och kommer alltid att finnas.

 

Oså, det är alltid lättare att slå ner på gamla sanningar än att postulera nya.

 

Dock så förefaller fettskräcken vara något av det sämsta påfund vi lyckats kläda i vetenskaplig dräkt.. som senare visar sig vara mer ett resultat av strömningar i tiden, förstärkt av jordbrukspolitik.

 

Skall man redovisa något så är det misstagen med den föregående forskningen och hur den lättare än kvickt tar sig kulturella uttryck/försöker vara PK!

 

Oså.. man har genomfört många kliniska studier på olika dieter, högfett, normalfett, lågfett, vegetarisk, medelhavsdiet, höganimalisk/paleo.. de flesta får bra resultat, även om LCHF verkar få bäst resultat i de flesta jämförande studier.

 

Men, det beror mer troligt på att i de studierna så har folk fått riktig mat medans kontrollgruppen ätit sin vanliga mat, dvs mest junkfood!

 

Så, varför drar man inte bättre slutsatser!

 

Problemet i dag är snarare att folk inte äter "mat" utan mellanmålsprodukter och godis!

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OK, tack. Jag har aldrig tänkt tanken att det skulle finnas en one size fits all. :-) I min lilla rapport tar jag hål på myten om att lågkolhydratskost skulle vara fiber- och näringsfattigt, i alla fall i min specifika situation. Enda syftet med rapporten är att visa hur min kost förhåller sig till de rådande rekommendationerna. Och för att ge en inledning till denna i svensk näringsläras ögon alternativa diet ville jag lämna en källa till det läger i forskarvärlden som visar på att de rådande råden inte är de optimala, inget mer. Jag får se hur jag löser detta. Möjligtvis hänvisar jag till Kostfonden, inte för de studier som har gjorts, men för de studier som de planerar göra.

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OK, tack. Jag har aldrig tänkt tanken att det skulle finnas en one size fits all. :-) I min lilla rapport tar jag hål på myten om att lågkolhydratskost skulle vara fiber- och näringsfattigt, i alla fall i min specifika situation. Enda syftet med rapporten är att visa hur min kost förhåller sig till de rådande rekommendationerna. Och för att ge en inledning till denna i svensk näringsläras ögon alternativa diet ville jag lämna en källa till det läger i forskarvärlden som visar på att de rådande råden inte är de optimala, inget mer. Jag får se hur jag löser detta. Möjligtvis hänvisar jag till Kostfonden, inte för de studier som har gjorts, men för de studier som de planerar göra.

 

Bra det, för det förefaller som att inom vår lilla komunity så finns det folk som tror på one size fit all!

 

Här har du mer bränsle på brasan!

 

"Kostrekommendationernas effekt på folkhälsan har aldrig tidigare utvärderats. I en nyligen genomförd studie ingick 61 000 kvinnor. Mer än hälften av dem, 60 procent, uppfyllde kriterierna för tre till fyra av de sju måtten, 32 procent bara två eller färre. Hos åtta procent av kvinnorna stämde fem kriterier eller fler. När följsamheten till kostrekommendationerna ställdes i relation till risken att insjukna i folksjukdomar som bröstcancer, cancer i tjock-ändtarm, hjärtinfarkt och osteoporos (benskörhet), visade det sig att risken varken var mindre eller större hos dem som bäst uppfyllde kriterierna, jämfört med dem som bara uppfyllde två kriterier eller färre. Kostrekommendationerna har alltså ingen förebyggande effekt på kostrelaterade sjukdomar. I framtiden bör sådana rekommendationer tas fram som har förebyggande effekt, påvisad genom vetenskapliga studier, summerar forskarna."

 

http://www.forte.se/upload/dokument/for/2004/for104.pdf

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Äldsta människan funnen i Etiopien // Fossil jaw sheds light on turning point in human evolution

 

So, we human beings have been in Ketosis (the body's "fat burning" mode) at least under the last 2.8 Millions years!

 

Look at those sparkling clean HEALTHY TEETH!!!  Just Amazing!  /Rodrigo

 

 

 

DN - Publicerad i dag 4 Mars 22:16

 

http://www.dn.se/nyheter/vetenskap/aldsta-manniskan-funnen-i-etiopien/

 

 

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This image provided by William Kimbel shows different views of the LD 350-1 mandible. The scale bars indicate 1 cm. The jawbone fragment is the oldest known fossil from an evolutionary tree branch that eventually led to modern humans, scientists reported on Wednesday, March 4, 2015. At about 2.8 million years old, the partial jawbone pushes back the fossil record by at least 400,000 years for our branch, which scientists call Homo. WILLIAM KIMBEL — AP Photo

 

 

 

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Fossil jaw sheds light on turning point in human evolution

 

NEW YORK — A fragment of jawbone found in Ethiopia is the oldest known fossil from an evolutionary tree branch that eventually led to modern humans, scientist reported Wednesday.

The fossil comes from very close to the time that our branch split away from more ape-like ancestors best known for the fossil skeleton Lucy. So it gives a rare glimpse of what very early members of our branch looked like.

At about 2.8 million years old, the partial jawbone pushes back the fossil record by at least 400,000 years for our branch, which scientists call Homo.

It was found two years ago at a site not far from where Lucy was unearthed. Africa is a hotbed for human ancestor fossils, and scientists from Arizona State University have worked for years at the site in northeast Ethiopia, trying to find fossils from the dimly understood period when the Homo genus, or group, arose.

Our species, called Homo sapiens, is the only surviving member of this group.

 

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http://www.bostonherald.com/news_opinion/national/northeast/2015/03/fossil_jaw_sheds_light_on_turning_point_in_human_evolution

 

 

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Yes, the heat is on!

 

Take a look here where "Paleo experts" are aiming and dismissing the HF aspects of the LCHF diet! He's missing the fact that our ancestors didn't have to eat the whole animal but taking the organs and the marrow were surely an enough good supply on HEALTHY FATS. What do you think of their arguments? /Rodrigo

 

 

Take a look at minute 50: 06

 

http://youtu.be/4N9B5WUDCQM?t=50m6s

 

 

 

 

 

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Paleo Diet Truths & Myths Debunked By Dr. Loren Cordain Ph.D. # 20

 

Youtube 9 sep. 2014

Episode #20 Paleo Diet truths explained by Dr. Loren Cordain, Ph.D. the founder of The Paleo Diet. The Paleo Diet is described in detail by the creator and researcher of the Original Human Diet. In this interview Dr. Cordain describes the importance of exercise and a Paleo Diet that is low in sugar and carbohydrates as was found in nature. Following this sort of Paleo Diet template is the fastest way to shed weight. Dr. Cordain explains in this interview the dangers of honey and other Paleo sugars as they wreck blood sugar and are to be avoided as they are similar to high fructose corn syrup.

The original humans were naturally lean and had six packs Dr. Cordain says in this interview as they ate a diet that was legume free, grain free, and dairy free. The Paleo Diet was low carb in nature and low in sugar which promoted an anti-inflammatory state within the body. This is why many popular athletes and people with autoimmune issues follow a Paleo Diet.

Dr. Cordain also discusses Chris Kresser appearance on Dr. Oz this year and his lack of education when it comes to saying legumes should be apart of a Paleo template. Dr. Cordain talks in depth on why legumes have no part in a Paleo Diet and backs this with actual research. The Paleo Diet is all about balance and Dr. Loren Cordain discusses bloggers and authors and the over use of of higher carb and sugar recipes that is stalling consumers of these recipes or possibly causing weigh gain instead of weight loss.

In this episode we hear from the founder himself about the answers to the most controversial subject like is Paleo Low Carb? Does honey wreck blood sugar, what about a Kegogenic Paleo Diet. Did man follow a naturally low carb, low sugar Paleo plan.

Learn the keys in this episode to weight loss using the principles outlined by the founder of The Paleo Diet himself Dr. Loren Cordain.

 

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Snälla, kan någon kontakta denna läkare? Hon pratar ju om -gällande diabetiker- att undvika socker :) och FET :( !

Studiet pågår just nu i Malmö!

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Varför är diabetes vanligare i Malmös största invandrargrupp

 

 

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Casual Visual Case studie -  Google Images - tag keyword "irak mat"

 

https://www.google.se/search?q=irak+mat&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=LwoCVfDPKYiqywOx-4DQBA&ved=0CAcQ_AUoAQ&biw=1680&bih=955

 

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Datum: 12 mars 2015
Ämne: MEDIM study
Till: louise.bennet


Hej Louise!
 
Såg nyss en video där du berättar om studien. Ett mycket bra initiativ!
 
Dock har jag några synpunkter:
 
a) Många diabetiker har på ett helt avgörande sätt förbättrat sin hälsa genom LCHF, d v s att äta mindre kolhydrater och mer fett. De ser också till att de kolhydrater de äter är av "bra kvalitet", likaså ska fettet, och allt annat vara av "bra kvalitet".

B)Fett är en energikälla som i princip inte höjer blodsockret, kroppen får jämn och uthållig energi utan att behöva förhöjt insulin. Perfekt för diabetiker (och även andra).

c) LCHF hjälper massor till normal vikt. Många andra strategier fokuserar på underskott av kalorier, men det funkar inte i längden - då fungerar man inte bra fysiskt och inte heller mentalt, inte bra att kombinera med en redan tung vardag. 

d) Så när du säger minska på fett i maten, så är det bra i den mån du avser dåliga fetter, t ex hårt friterat eller överskott av omega-6 relativt omega-3. Men att minska på bra fett, t ex smör eller kallpressad olivolja, stjälper snarare än hjälper - ett gott råd för att minska sötsug är att uppmuntra till större intag av bra fett.

e) Inget nämns om vitamin D. De flesta Irakier tänker inte på att de lätt får brist på vitamin D här i Sverige, och vården är oftast inte fokuserad på vitamin D. Det leder till brist, vilket bidrar till sämre immunförsvar och autoimmuna sjukdomar, som t ex diabetes.
 
f) Spannmålsfibrer och glutenrika varor hyllas i Sverige. Kan ställa till tarmhälsan och t ex skapa "leaky gut" eller störa tarmens produktion av vitamin B12. Vore bra att ha med dessa aspekter i studien.
 
Finns säkerligen en logisk anledning till den stora sockerkonsumtionen hos irakier - många mår inte bra, de hade hellre levt i sitt hemland om det hade varit tryggt och bra där. Sockret är en slags antidepressiv medicin, men den är beroendeframkallande och skadlig för hälsan. Kalorifattig mat kommer de inte att acceptera i längden, de behöver bra och uthållig energi, och de behöver undvika de typiska kostmässiga fallgroparna i Sverige. En klok strategi vore sunt praktiserad LCHF, tillskott av vitamin D september-mars, minska/utesluta gluten och spannmålsfibrer. Då kommer de att få mer och jämnare energi, minskade problem med diabetes, sannolikt gå ner i vikt, och få vilja och ork att röra sig mer. 
 
(Obs, detta är mina spontana synpunkter utan djupare insikt om studien Jag hittade inte särskilt mycket info om studien vid snabb sökning.)

http://www.kostdoktorn.se/diabetes och http://www.kostdoktorn.se/vetenskap ger mer info kring strategin LCHF.
 
Bästa hälsningar,
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ingenjör och hälsonörd,
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Tack Y62, jag har nu kompletterat:

 

"Ps. De som inte får tillräckligt med sol kan nog behöva tillskott av vitamin D året om, t ex de som har väldigt täckande klädsel eller mycket sällan är i solen."

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Har fått svar av Louise Bennet nu. Mycket positivt och sympatiskt att hon svarade så snabbt och bemötte mina synpunkter! Jag startar en annan tråd om det snart.
Hon skickade en länk till mer info om studien; http://www.thttp://www.trialsjournal.com/content/14/1/279

 

Tack till Rodrigo som uppmärksammade denna studie i min hemstad!

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Tack Y62, jag har nu kompletterat:

 

"Ps. De som inte får tillräckligt med sol kan nog behöva tillskott av vitamin D året om, t ex de som har väldigt täckande klädsel eller mycket sällan är i solen."

 

 

. . . eller snarare enbart D3 vitamin och inte hela D-vitamin serien?

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Tidigare idag länkade jag just till denna tråd, i dess ursprungliga form. Tycker det är väldigt trist att tråden ska bli förstörd. Rodrigo gjorde en bra samling med länkar och tillhörande introducerande/sammanfattande texter. Bu för denna moderering.

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Jag kan nog kommentera det hela som så att Rodrigo anser sig göra något bra.. men det kan vara för mycket bra på en gång!

 

Alldeles, alldeles för många länkar och Youtubes på en gång!

 

Till Rodrigo.. förmodligen är det väldigt få som faktist orkar plöja igenom alla dina länkar för att hitta något matnyttigt?

 

Ingen som helst skugga skall falla på dig för detta.. vi inser att det har ett gott syfte!

 

Och det är heller inget fel med en eller några sådana trådar här på forumet som folk kan söka och leta i!

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Dr. Eric Westman presenting The Science Behind Low Carb High Fat

 

Youtube Jun 24, 2014

On March 1 at the Central Coast Nutrition Conference held in San Luis Obispo, CA, Dr. Westman explains why eating a low carb high fat diet is better for our bodies. He cites studies and experience in his own practice at Duke University Medical Center.

 

 

 

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Prof. Tim Noakes - 'Medical aspects of the low carbohydrate lifestyle'

 

 

Youtube  21 sep. 2014

Professor Timothy Noakes (born 1949) is a South African professor of exercise and sports science at the University of Cape Town. He has run more than 70 marathons and ultramarathons and is the author of several books on exercise and diet.

 

 

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Dr. Gary Fettke - 'A 'Nutritional' model of Inflammation & Modern Disease'

 

Youtube 10 okt. 2014

Gary Fettke is an Orthopaedic Surgeon and Senior Lecturer at the University of Tasmania actively practising in Launceston, Tasmania, Australia.

 

 

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Dr. Simon Thornley - 'Making sense of dietary studies'

 

Youtube 10 okt. 2014

Dr Simon Thornley is an epidemiologist, lecturer, researcher and Public Health Physician working at the University of Auckland in the section of Epidemiology and Biostatistics.

 

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Dr. Stephen Phinney - 'The Art and Science of Low Carb Living and Performance'

 

Youtube 21 sep. 2014

Steve Phinney is a physician-scientist who has spent 35 years studying diet, exercise, fatty acids, and inflammation. He has held academic positions at the Universities of Vermont, Minnesota, and California at Davis, as well as leadership positions at Monsanto, Galileo Laboratories, and Efficas.

Dr. Phinney has published over 70 papers and several patents. He received his MD from Stanford University, his PhD in Nutritional Biochemistry from MIT, and post-doctoral training at the University of Vermont and Harvard.

 

 

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Prof. Tim Noakes - 'LCHF for Elite Athletes'

 

 

Youtube 6 dec. 2014

Professor Timothy Noakes (born 1949) is a South African professor of exercise and sports science at the University of Cape Town. He has run more than 70 marathons and ultramarathons and is the author of several books on exercise and diet.

 

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Dr. Troy Stapleton - 'Carbohydrate Restriction in Diabetes Management'

 

Youtube 1 okt. 2014

Dr. Troy Stapleton is a 43 year old radiologist. He graduated from the University of Queensland Medical School in 1993 and completed his fellowship training as a radiologist in 2005. Currently he is the Director of Radiology for the Sunshine Coast Health Service.

 

 

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Troy Stapleton - I Manage My Type 1 Diabetes By Eating LCHF

 

Youtube 11 dec. 2013

Troy's speech from the 2013 Low Carb Downunder Seminar at St. Kilda Town Hall in Melbourne Australia.
For more info on production, please contact Peter at:
www.handeye.tv
https://www.youtube....FPns7tEWok6NVGg

 

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Prof. Grant Schofield - 'Low Carb for Public Health'

 

Youtube 1 okt. 2014

Professor Grant Schofield is Professor of Public Health (Auckland University of Technology) and director of the university’s Human Potential Centre (HPC) located at the Millennium Campus in Auckland, New Zealand.

 

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Dr. Caryn Zinn - 'A Low Carb Dietitian's Perspective'

 

Youtube 1 okt. 2014

Dr Caryn Zinn is a senior lecturer at AUT's School of Sport & Recreation. She is a New Zealand Registered Dietitian and teaches in the area of nutrition, both public health nutrition and sports performance nutrition.

 

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Peter Williams - 'Parenting and LCHF'

 

Youtube 19 dec. 2014

Peter Williams is the father of a two children aged three and one. His eldest child was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes in 2013 at age two.

Here he speaks about his journey with his family in adopting a Low Carbohydrate, High Fat diet to help in the management of Type 1 Diabetes.

 

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Dr. Kieron Rooney - 'Sugar and Cancer - Bench to Bedside'

 

Youtube 13 feb. 2015

Dr. Kieron Rooney, BSc (Hons); (RNutr.); PhD, is a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney.

He completed his PhD in Biochemistry in 2004 and for the past 10 years has investigated both human and small animal studies investigating.

 

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Dr. Stephen Phinney - 'Optimising Weight and Health with an LCHF Diet'

 

On November 25th 2014 Dr. Stephen Phinney presented this Workshop at Epworth Hospital in Melbourne to outline some of his research on Low Carb, High Fat nutrition and to give audience members the opportunity to ask questions.

 

 

Part 1

 

 

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Vicky Kuriel - 'Case Reports from an LCHF Dietician'

 

Youtube 2 jan. 2015

Vicky Kuriel is a registered Australian Dietician and the co-founder of Acacia Health (http://acaciahealth.com.au). Her qualifications and experience cross the spectrum in the health, nutrition and fitness industries. She has 16 years experience in consulting, presenting, lecturing, training, instructing and writing and is recognised as a pioneer of Pilates in Australia.

 

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Prof. Ken Sikaris - 'Does LCHF Improve Your Blood Tests?'

 

Youtube 23 jan. 2015

A graduate of the University of Melbourne, Dr Sikaris trained at the Royal Melbourne, Queen Victoria, and Prince Henry's Heidelberg Repatriation Hospitals. He obtained fellowships from the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia and the Australasian Association of Clinical Biochemists in 1992 and 1997 respectively.

 

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Gary Taubes - Why We Get Fat: The Diet/Weight Relationship, An Alternative Hypothesis

 

Youtube 21 nov. 2014

Why We Get Fat: Adiposity 101 and the Alternative Hypothesis of Obesity: In this lecture, Gary Taubes will explain his theory on why obesity is not caused—as conventional wisdom has it—by eating too much and exercising too little, but rather by the effect of the carbohydrates we consume on the hormones and enzymes that regulate our fat tissue.

 

 

 

 

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Franziska Spritzler - 'Carbohydrate Restriction: The Key to Achieving Optimal Blood Sugar'

 

 

Youtube 10 okt. 2014

Franziska Spritzler, RD, CDE, is a Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator who favours a low-carbohydrate approach for diabetes and weight management. For several years she consumed the same low-fat, high-carbohydrate eating plan she recommended for the patients she counselled as an outpatient dietitian in a large teaching hospital.

 

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David Gillespie - 'Sweet Poison and Big Fat Lies' - Brisbane LCDU Tour 2012

 

Youtube 12 dec. 2012

David Gillespie is a recovering corporate lawyer, former co-founder of a successful software company and investor in several software startups.

He is also the father of six young children (including one set of twins). With such a lot of extra time on his hands, and 40 extra kilos on his waistline, he set out to investigate why he, like so many in his generation, was fat.

He deciphered the latest medical findings on diet and weight gain and what he found was chilling. Being fat was the least of his problems. He needed to stop poisoning himself.

His first book, Sweet Poison, published in 2008 is widely credited with starting the current Australian wave of anti-sugar sentiment. His most recent book, Toxic Oil, takes the arguments in Sweet Poison and extends them to the widespread use of seed oils in the modern diet.

 

 

 

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Mary Newport - Medium Chain Triglycerides and Ketones: An Alternative Fuel for Alzheimer's

 

Youtube 19 Mars 2013

Plaques and tangles are known to be hallmarks of Alzheimer's disease, but another important aspect of Alzheimer's is that it may be a type of diabetes of the brain or "type 3 diabetes," and is associated with decreased glucose uptake in the brain. Diabetes of the brain develops gradually over at least one to two decades before symptoms become obvious. Other neurodegenerative diseases share the problem of decreased glucose uptake in the brain. Fortunately, the brain can use ketone bodies as an alternative fuel to glucose during starvation. Ketogenic diets have been successfully used for nearly a century to treat drug resistant epilepsy in children. Medium chain fatty acids are partly converted in the liver to ketones bodies, which readily cross the blood brain barrier and are used by the brain. Mild ketosis from consuming MCT oil has been shown to produce cognitive improvement in nearly half of people with Alzheimer's. Ketone esters that will produce higher levels of ketosis and potentially greater improvement are on the horizon.

Mary T. Newport, M.D. grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio, received an Honors Bachelor of Arts degree from Xavier University and graduated from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine in 1978. She trained in Pediatrics at Children's Hospital Medical Center in Cincinnati, and in Neonatology, the care of sick and premature newborns, at the Medical University Hospital in Charleston, SC. She has provided care to newborns in Florida since 1983 and is the founding medical director of the newborn intensive care unit at Spring Hill Regional Hospital, practicing there as a member of the All Children's/John Hopkins Specialty Physicians group. She previously served as medical director at Mease Hospital Dunedin, after founding the NICU there in 1987.

Dr. Newport has been married to Steve Newport since 1972 and they have two daughters and a grandson. She is also caregiver for Steve, who suffers from early onset Alzheimer's disease. In July 2008, she wrote an article that has become disseminated world-wide on the internet, "What If There Was a Cure for Alzheimer's Disease and No One Knew?" and is author of a book released in October 2011, (Alzheimer's Disease: What If There Was a Cure?). Her book conveys the story of a dietary intervention that helped her husband and, now, many other people with Alzheimer's and certain neurodegenerative diseases, as well as the science of ketones and how to incorporate medium chain fatty acids into the diet. Dr. Newport has given numerous radio interviews and lectures on this subject.

 

 

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Dominic D'Agostino: Metabolic Therapies: Therapeutic Implications and Practical Application

 

Youtube 8 Maj 2014

etabolic therapies that induce a state of mild ketosis from caloric restriction or the ketogenic diet offer neuroprotection against a wide range of pathologies, and continues to be an emerging strategy for the metabolic management of cancer. Severe dietary restriction of calories or carbohydrates is typically needed to produce a level of ketosis that achieves therapeutic benefits. Interestingly, the strategy to use exogenous ketones as an alternative fuel has not been exploited therapeutically. When administered orally in controlled dosages, ketone esters and other ketogenic agents can lower glucose and elevate plasma ketone levels comparable to levels achieved by the most rigorous ketogenic diets. Metabolic therapies in the form of ketone supplementation offer a safe, convenient, and versatile new treatment approach for a variety of diseases, including seizure disorders, neurodegenerative diseases and cancer.

Dominic D'Agostino is an Assistant Professor at the University of South Florida's Morsani College of Medicine. Dr. D'Agostino teaches in the Department of Molecular Pharmacology and Physiology with an emphasis on such topics as Biochemistry, Neuropharmacology and Nutrition. His research is focused on developing and testing nutritional strategies for promoting healthy weight loss and enhancing cognitive and physical performance. In addition, his research aims to develop and test specific metabolic therapies and supplements for neurological diseases and cancer. Dr. D'Agostino's research is supported by the Office of Naval Research (ONR), Department of Defense (DoD) and private foundations.

 

 

 

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Starving cancer: Dominic D'Agostino at TEDxTampaBay

 

Youtube 4 dec. 2013

Dr. D'Agostino is an Assistant Professor at the University of South Florida College Of Medicine, Molecular Pharmacology & Physiology where he develops and tests metabolic therapies, including alternative energy substrates and ketogenic agents for neurological disorders, cancer and wound healing. While studying the effects of gasses on the brains of Navy Seal divers, he developed an approach for metabolically starving cancer cells through diet and compressed oxygen, replacing chemotherapy, surgery, or radiation.

In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations).

 

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Podcast #187 – Dominic D’Agostino: Ketosis & Oxygen Toxicity

 

Youtube 9 jan. 2015

Dominic D’Agostino is a neuroscientist, a researcher in the fields of molecular pharmacology and physiology, and assistant professor at the University of South Florida. His research on the impact of ketogenic diets on cell metabolism, and their neuroprotective effects on oxygen toxicity, is supported by the Office of Naval Research, US Department of Defense, and the Alzheimer’s Association. Dom is a member of the Aerospace Medical Association, the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine Society, the Society of Neuroscience, the American Physiological Society, and also serves on the Editorial Board for the Journal of Applied Physiology, and as a reviewer for several other scholarly publications. He is one of the world’s foremost experts on ketosis and ketongenic supplements such as MCT oil.

Why you should listen –

Robert comes on Bulletproof Radio, live from the Bulletproof Conference, to discuss his metabolic therapy research, how starvation can be beneficial for brain metabolism, how ketones and ketogenic diets can enhance performance, and the use of MCT oil and ketogenic supplements. Enjoy the show!

 

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