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Omega 3 / Omega 6 och dessas roll i inflammation Föredrag av Professor Karl Arfors

Youtube 18 apr. 2013

 

Omega 3 / Omega 6, Epigenetik, Fiskolja, Kokosolja med Laurinsyra, Nisse Simonssons Recept mm

 

 

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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 Rodr

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Depression - Bo J. Jonsson - Psykiater, Överläkare.

 

 

Socker som orsak till folksjukdomar

 

Youtube 20 maj 2014

Föredrag av Bo Jonsson om socker som orsak till folksjukdomar som Diabetes typ 2, fetma, cancer och Alzheimer.

 

 

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I sockrets fotspår

 

Youtube 14 mars 2015

Föredrag av Ann Fernholm

 

 

 

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En ny bok "Det sötaste vi har" av Ann Fernholm

 

Youtube 3 okt. 2014

Att socker inte är vidare hälsosamt vet vi. I "Det sötaste vi har - om socker och växande kroppar" visar vetenskapsjournalisten Ann Fernholm hur vår höga konsumtion av socker och vitt mjöl påverkar våra barn. Hon menar att många av de sjukdomar vi ser hos barn idag, som allergier, astma, depression, akne och adhd, går att knyta till söt skräpmat och ett stillasittande liv. Intervjuare: Hélène Benno. Vill du lära dig mer om hur kosten påverkar dina barn och din familjs hälsa? http://evalottautbildningar.se/kurser...

 

 

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Rodrigo writes:  Disclaimer about this "The Last Voyage of The Karluk", On the PDF below you can read:

 

"Vilhjalmur Stefansson is a hard man to place.[...] It was the second of Stefansson’s misjudgements about the Arctic. At the beginning of the Canadian Arctic Expedition, his flagship, the Karluk, became caught in the ice. Stefansson’s destination was the area along Canada’s northern coastline. Since ice drifts west in the Arctic, away from his destination, he left the ship and struck off across the Arctic icecap.This was an amazing feat in itself – but it left the Karluk’s crew leaderless. All of them suffered horribly and nearly half of them perished. Stefansson’s decision to leave the Karluk has been debated ever since. It is the subject of at least three books, all of them harshly critical. Stefansson defended the decision as “bold.” Surviving members of the crew criticized his apparent lack of remorse. Stefansson was controversial for other reasons.[...] He did prove that he could live off the land in the Arctic, one of his favorite theories. Hard experience proved that not every traveler could do the same. Stefansson famously championed an all-meat diet. As an experiment, he eschewed all vegetable food. After the year-long test, doctors attending him pronounced him remarkably fit. These and other contrarian notions brought Stefansson notoriety. For much of his life, he was an intellectual celebrity welcomed by lecture audiences and heads of governments and sought after for endorsements of products and ideas."

 

http://hostfest.com/data/upfiles/media/Stefansson%20article%202013.pdf

 

Rodrigo writes: After the Karluk became caught in the ice then the situation changed and maybe it was the ship's captain duty to stay with the boat (The Karluk) and not "Stefansson's duty"? They all knew anyway that this was a dangerous enterprise. Later, they are criticising Stefansson because of "famously championed an all-meat diet". Well, some of us can testify about this all-meat (Fat & Protein) diet, and so did even they so, when they wrote "After the year long test, doctors attending him pronounced him remarkably fit.". So, at least they recognized it. However is important to know the fact that Stefansson was both controversial and an intellectual celebrity, famous in his own lifetime.

 

 

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The Last Voyage of The Karluk

 

Youtube 8 apr. 2014

Produced by Carleton University's documentary history students (Aaron Goldstein, Brandon Kassis, Vilma Ccopa and Yuko Inoue)

 

 

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ARCTIC DREAMER: The Lonely Quest of Viljhalmur Stefansson (Trailer)

Youtube 4 mars 2010

A notorious 20th Century explorer, Vilhjalmur Stefansson was obsessed by fame. Best known for having discovered the Blond Eskimos, Stefansson was among the first anthropologists to adopt the lifestyle of the people he observed.

http://www.whitepinepictures.com

 

 

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Stefansson, Dr. Anderson and the Canadian Arctic Expedition, 1913--1918 par Stuart E. Jenness.

 

Youtube 19 apr. 2011

Stefansson, Dr. Anderson and the Canadian Arctic Expedition, 1913--1918:
A Story of Exploration, Science and Sovereignty par Stuart E. Jenness.

 

Ce livre exhaustif, basé sur des recherches rigoureuses, constitue le premier récit approfondi et documenté de la célèbre Expédition canadienne dans l'Arctique. L'ouvrage de 440 pages présente en détail les réussites et les tragédies de l'Expédition, dont la découverte d'îles jamais encore cartographiées et le naufrage du Karluk, son navire amiral. L'auteur, Stuart E. Jenness, est particulièrement bien placé pour raconter cette histoire. Fils de Diamond Jenness, scientifique ayant participé à l'Expédition, il a connu ou rencontré huit autres membres de l'équipe, dont Vilhjalmur Stefansson et Rudolph Anderson. Pour en savoir plus sur ce livre, publié en anglais uniquement, ou pour acheter une copie, veuillez visiter www.civilisations.ca/arctique/publicatio­n.   

 
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Annika Dahlqvist - Staten och maten, FreedomFest Stockholm 2012
 
 
Youtube 3 mars 2015

Vem minns inte 6-8 skivor bröd om dagen och matpyramiden? Modern forskning tycks allt mer visa på att de statliga kostråden är helt uppåt väggarna och själva orsaken till våra dagars fetmaexplosion. Men den utbredda övervikten föder en hel industri och mycket myndighetsprestige har investerats i rekommendationer om fördelarna med en kolhydratrik kost. Det är inte undra på att den som vågar sticka upp och gå på tvärs emot den officiella sanningen får räkna med lite moteld. Men vem hade kunnat vänta sig regelrätt eldöverfall, svartmålning, förtal, personangrepp och hot? Detta trots att resultaten tycks tala sitt tydliga språk. Hur kommer det sig att staten som påstår sig värna allmänhetens bästa hellre framhärdar i att göra oss förslavade av sjukdom, än att erkänna sina misstag och främja sann hälsa? Annika Dahlqvist som är känd som "fettdoktorn" berättar. Hur viktig är maten för hälsan? Vad ska vi egentligen äta? Vilka hälsoresultat kan vi vänta oss av en lämpligare kost?

Annika Dahlqvist är läkare, författare, bloggare och föreläsare.

Hon har väckt mycket uppmärksamhet genom att förespråka en kost rik på fett och fattig på kolhydrater.

Dr Dahlqvist driver den populära bloggen Dr. Annika Dahlqvist LCHF-blogg. http://www.annikadahlqvist.com/
 
 


 
 
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Den sanna oretuscherade berättelsen om LCHF - från källan själv - den person som media så ofta kallat "Fettdoktorn"
I den här podcastintervjun pratar vi mat, vaccinationer och mediadrev - en strid för kosten i hälsans tecken
Annika berättar bl.a. hur LCHF kom till, hur hon äter och hur fettskräcken försvann
Lyssna direkt på 4health
http://4health.se/31-annika-dahlqvist
eller på iTunes el liknande i din telefon
https://itunes.apple.com/se/podcast/4health-med-anna-sparre/id907951009?mt=2
Helt gratis såklart - enjoy!

 
http://forum.kostdoktorn.se/topic/6564-lyssna-på-annika-dahlqvist-om-lchfs-uppkomst-mm/#entry89401

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Cancer as a Mitochondrial Metabolic Disease

 

Cancer as a Metabolic Disease: Impaired Mitochondrial Function and Tumorigenesis

 

By Thomas Seyfried, PhD

 

Calorie Restriction  (CR) A Metabolic Cancer Intervention, Gluconeogenesis & Ketone bodies at 26 minutes:

 

Ketone bodies replace glucose, the mitochondrias get very healthy when they are burning ketones!

 

Link to the Video lecture

http://www.digivisionmedia.com/lectures/acam/cancer-as-a-metabolic-disease-impaired-mitochondrial-function-and-tumorigenesis-thomas-seyfried-phd/

 

 

Glukoneogenes/Gluconeogenesis

http://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glukoneogenes

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gluconeogenesis

 

Ketonkropp/Ketone bodies
http://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ketonkropp
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ketone_bodies

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Updates on Low Carb Nutrition by Dr Austin Jeans 13 March 2015

Youtube  27 mars 2015

Updates on Low Carb Nutrition 13 March 2015 by:
Dr Austin Jeans MBChB LRCP LRCS LRCPS BSc(Med)(Hons)SportMed
Sports Medicine Physician
Medical Director Rolf Valley Sports Medicine Centre, Innovate High Performance Centre, Rolf Valley Weight Lite Program HARARE, ZIMBABWE
Dr Austin Jeans is a sport & exercise physician who in addition to his involvement with the medical care and training of athletes has expanded his clinical interests in wellness and the use of low carbohydrate nutrition programs in the management of obesity, heart disease, diabetes and cancer.

info@rvweightlite.co.zw


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AHS12 Ron Rosedale MD —The Deeper Roots of Health and Diet as Told by Our Ancestor's Ancestors

 

Youtube  29 dec. 2012

Ron Rosedale, M.D. presenting at the 2nd Annual Ancestral Health Symposium (AHS12) on Saturday, 11 August, 2012.

Abstract:
Ancestral science includes paleoanthropology and precedes it by billions of years, and we must not be blind to this. Thus, we need to include science as it pertains to our ancestor's ancestors such as the biology of aging, for paleolithic nutrition to be viewed in the proper context.
For instance, evolution does not select for a long post-reproductive life but rather for reproductive success, and modern people may be the only species ever to seek a long post-reproductive lifespan. Furthermore, we have all been raised and live in a modern society that can lead to the accumulation of damage and disease since even before birth. Therefore, in order to find answers about what best to eat now, we may need to modify a paleo diet to include what the modern science of the ancient biology of aging tells us about what to eat today, for a healthier and longer life tomorrow.
I will talk about some of the key points of this science that are common to all animal life, and that lay the foundation for optimal dietary intake as it pertains to nutrition, disease, and extending the current boundaries of youthful longevity.

Bio:
Ron Rosedale M.D. is an internationally known expert in nutrition, aging, and metabolic medicine. His now famous lectures on insulin nearly 20 years ago foretold of its importance to the chronic diseases and aging. He has done the same for the hormone leptin with his book "The Rosedale Diet".

 

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863: Dr. Ron Rosedale - KETO CLARITY Expert Interview - Sep 2, 2014 4:37 PM

 

Internationally-known expert in nutritional and metabolic medicine  is our interview guest today in a series of exclusive podcasts featuring the various experts from Jimmy Moore's new book Keto Clarity in Episode 863 of The Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show With Jimmy Moore

 

http://canadapodcasts.ca/podcasts/TheLivinLa/4200036

 

 

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Dr. Ron Rosedale about Safe Starches - 1 minute, 20 seconds

 


 
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Ask Dr. Mike: Explain Metabolic Adaptation to Ketogenic Diets

 

Youtube 9 aug. 2013

http:\\mikeroussell.com

 

In this installment of Ask Dr. Mike, Dr. Mike addresses a Facebook fan's question regarding metabolic adaptation to ketogenic diets.

 

- Ketosis is not weight loss

- Ketosis and diabetic ketoacidosis are not the same and should not be confused

 

Keys to ketogenic success include:

 

1. increase fat, don't cut calories

2. deplete glycogen stores quickly

3. keep protein in check

4. decrease calories as needed, while keeping fat up

5. give it time!

 

Connect with Dr. Mike!

Facebook: http://facebook.com/nutritionphd

Twitter: http://twitter.com/mikeroussell

Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/1/100066186...

Instagram: http://instagram.com/mikeroussell

 

About Dr. Mike:

Mike Roussell, PhD is the Head of Nutrition at PEAK Performance. Dr. Mike has a diverse nutritional background serving as a consultant to professional athletes, executives as well as pharmaceutical and food companies. Dr. Mike is most well-known for his blend of nutritional science and psychology which helps clients make long lasting and power changes to their body and health. Dr. Mike holds a bachelor's degree in biochemistry and a doctoral in nutrition. He is the author of the 6 Pillars of Nutrition. He maintains a popular nutrition and weight loss blog at http://mikeroussell.com

 

 

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937: Dr. Brian Mowll Hosts The Diabetes World Summit March 23-30, 2015

 

 

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Every seven seconds somebody dies from the complications associated with diabetes. But a Wilmington, Delaware-based diabetes educator, chiropractor, and function medicine practitioner named Dr. Brian Mowll says this need not be the case when there are some simple diet and lifestyle changes that can help reverse this trend. That's why he is hosting a very special FREE online event beginning today, March 23, 2015 through Sunday, March 30, 2015 called The Diabetes World Summit featuring 41 amazing experts in the world of health, including your favorite Paleo and low-carb health superstars like Dr. Sarah Ballantyne, Dietitian Cassie, Mark Sisson, Dr. Josh Axe, Dr. Jason Fung, Dr. Tom O'Bryan, Dr. Amy Myers, Dr. Richard Feinman, Franziska Spritzler, Dr. Caryn Zinn, Dr. Richard Bernstein, Diane Sanfilippo, Dr. Sara Gottfried, Dr. David Perlmutter and many others--including our host, Jimmy Moore. This is such an exciting event that Jimmy decided to turn the tables on Dr. Mowll to interview him in a special simulcast interview that airs on "The Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show" and during The Diabetes Summit today. Register for FREE here or you can purchase the entire Diabetes World Summit right away. Listen in as Jimmy and Dr. Mowll share about why he's so passionate about sharing with the world the real answers to Type 2 diabetes.

 

 

Link to the Interview with Dr. Brian Mowll:

 

http://ec.libsyn.com/p/2/4/7/2477d933b0a68236/LLVLC-937-mowll.mp3?d13a76d516d9dec20c3d276ce028ed5089ab1ce3dae902ea1d06ca8030d6ce5b654d&c_id=8616601

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Disclaimer: I don't know about his Government solution kind of "Fix" ? I'd rather say let's continue the way we already have taken, communicating Knowledge-->Understanding-->Wisdom -----> directly to the people in need, GIVING/OFFERING REVERSING/REMEDY. The rest, about the Low-Carbohydrate, i suppose that there we are on the same page with Dr. Feinman, /R

 

 

Dr. Richard Feinman - Professor of Cell Biology, State University of New York.

 

933: Dr. Richard Feinman Says The Second Low-Carbohydrate Revolution Underway

 

 

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Biochemistry professor, researcher, and author Dr. Richard Feinman is our guest today in Episode 933 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show.”

 

 

MP3 - Link to the Interview:

 

http://traffic.libsyn.com/llvlcshow/LLVLC-933-feinman.mp3

 

 

http://www.thelivinlowcarbshow.com/shownotes/11914/933-dr-richard-feinman-says-the-second-low-carbohydrate-revolution-underway/

 

 

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The nutrition mess Can we fix it by Richard Feinman, PhD

 

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How To Lead A Healthy Simple Life with Cassie Bjork - Dietitian
 
 
Youtube live den 11 juni 2014

Cassie is a Registered, Licensed Dietitian, media personality and the founder of http://DietitianCassie.com and http://HealthySimpleLife.com. Her education based on conventional guidelines, calorie counting and packaged food never made sense to her and when it wasn't working for the patients she was seeing, she ventured out to find a better, real food solution. In her quest, she overcame her personal sugar addiction while feeling more energetic than she had in her entire life.
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Websites - http://www.DietitianCassie.com & http://www.HealthySimpleLife.com

Podcast- http://www.LowCarbConversations.com

Twitter - http://twitter.com/DietitianCassie

Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/DietitianCassie

Instagram - http://instagram.com/DietitianCassie

Pintrest - http://pinterest.com/DietitianCassie

LinkedIn - http://www.linkedin.com/pub/cassie-bj...

 

 

 

 

 

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Dietitian Cassie: 2013 Low-Carb Cruise Lecture

 

This video features Dietitian Cassie Bjork from "Dietitian Cassie" (dietitiancassie.com) and the co-host of "Low-Carb Conversations with Jimmy Moore & Friends" podcast (lowcarbconversations.com) shares about how she bucks the trend of her fellow registered dietitians by recommending healthy low-carb nutrition.

The 6th Annual Low-Carb Cruise (lowcarbcruiseinfo.com) took place in May 2013. These are the lectures from some of the top names in the world of low-carb diets, Paleo and real food living. Here's a list of the featured guest speakers you'll see in these videos:

- Dave Asprey from "Bulletproof Executive"
- Cassie Bjork from "Dietitian Cassie"
- Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt from "The Diet Doctor"
- Dr. Jay Wortman
- Dr. Dwight Lundell
- Jackie Eberstein
- Dr. Jayson and Mira Calton from "Calton Nutrition"
- Jimmy Moore from "Livin' La Vida Low-Carb"
- Diane Sanfilippo from "Balanced Bites"
- Jonathan Bailor from "The Smarter Science Of Slim" (his lecture not included, but he is in the Q&A)

ENJOY these videos with a special two-part BONUS Q&A session and join The 7th Annual Low-Carb Cruise leaving Port Canaveral, FL in May 2014. Find out the full details here: lowcarbcruiseinfo.com

 

 

 

 

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Dana Carpender Interviews Dietitian Cassie Bjork for CarbSmart.com

 

Youtube 30 mars 2014 (Low Carb Cruise 2013)

 

Dana Carpender Interviews Dietitian Cassie Bjork from DietitianCassie.com on the Low Carb Cruise 2013 for CarbSmart.com. They discuss the low carb / high fat movement and how dietitian students are still being taught conflicting information about calories and health.

 

 

Interview - Video Link

 

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Dana Carpender Interviews Dr. Annika Dahlqvist and Dr. Ralf Sundberg

 

Youtube 31 mars 2014 (Low Carb Cruise 2013)
 

Dana Carpender Interviews Dr. Annika Dahlqvist and Dr. Ralf Sundberg About the Low Carb / High Fat Swedish Movement on the Low Carb Cruise 2013 for CarbSmart.com. They discuss the low carb / high fat movement in Sweden and the role pharmaceutical companies play in public health.

 

 

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Herregud!

 

 

Dr. Josh Axe at the 2014 Reversing Diabetes Summit

 

Dr Josh Axe How to Hit Diamond in a Year Healthy and Wise Friday Business Building Webinars 10 24 1

 

Youtube 24 okt. 2014
 

DoTERRA Platinum Dr. Josh Axe talks about how to hit diamond fast! This webinar was phenomenol. This is why Dr. Axe hit Platinum in less than 6 months!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Dr. Axe Seminar - Essential Oils (Nashville, Feb 5th 2015)

 

Youtube 5 mars 2015

What a treat to hear from him! Educated meets passionate!

 

 

https://youtu.be/IvjfbkP7_90

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Frontiers of Science (The trouble with fructose - A Darwinian perspective) by Robert Lustig, MD

 

Youtube 14 nov. 2014
 

Lecture November 6, 2014

“Darwin, diet, disease, and dollars: how the sugar in processed foods changed society”

The Western diet is a primary factor in the etiology of metabolic syndrome. This lecture will explain the two phenomena most closely associated with the metabolic syndrome; that is, leptin resistance, which leads to obesity; and insulin resistance, which leads to chronic metabolic disease (diabetes, hypertension, dyslipidemia, cardiovascular disease; and likely cancer and dementia as well). In each case, we will explore the specific relation between dietary sugar and the pathogeneses of these two phenomena, in order to explain how these two processes, which in the past were adaptive, but which in our current dietary environment have become maladaptive. These maladaptations belie our current global pandemic of chronic metabolic disease, which threatens the healthcare budget of every country.

We will also investigate how the food industry has usurped these evolutionary mechanisms for their own purposes, in order to foment continued consumption and our current global health crisis.

 

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LHlEuDHpE2k

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Microsoft

Microsoft Research: The Calorie Myth & 6 Reasons Calorie Counting is Crazy with Jonathan Bailor - 2014

 

 

Youtube 3 mars 2014

Free Plan & Recipes: http://SANESolution.com
Microsoft Research Listing: http://research.microsoft.com/apps/vi...

What if everything you were told about weight loss was wrong?
When it comes to most things in life, we welcome the latest advances in science: from the convenience of our smart phones to the life-saving technology in our hospitals, scientific advancement allow us to be more efficient, more productive, and lead better, happier lives.

We value science. We celebrate innovation & progress. We seek to be in the know. So why are we following fat loss, eating, & exercise advice from the 50s?

Why haven't we ever questioned the very foundation of every diet, exercise, and weight loss plan—an approach that, not coincidentally, has coincided with decades of escalating and record-breaking levels of obesity and diabetes?

After over 10 years of research and collaboration with some of the top academics, doctors, scientists, and thinkers in the field of health and wellness, Jonathan Bailor has developed a revolutionary new model for weight loss—and lifelong health. In THE CALORIE MYTH, he exposes the fundamental flaw upon which the diet industry has been built: the "eat less + exercise more = weight loss" equation simply doesn't add up.

In this revolutionary book informed by over 1,300 studies and the new science of fat loss, food, and fitness, Bailor shows us how eating more—of the right kinds of foods—and exercising less—but at a higher intensity—is actually the key to burning fat, healing our hormones, boosting metabolism, and creating long-term weight loss. When we eat lots of high-quality foods like whole plants and nutritious proteins, our bodies are able to achieve a natural, healthy weight—automatically.

When we eat even reduced portions of poor-quality "edible products," like refined starches, sugars, and processed foods, we are programming our cells to store our food as fat and hang onto every extra pound.

If calorie math added up, 100 calories of strawberries = 100 calories of soda and according to the quantity of calories we've consumed over the past few decades, we should all weigh over 1,000 pounds. It doesn't seem right—because it's not. While some calories are designed to repair tissue, boost brain power, and fuel metabolism, others work against us. In THE CALORIE MYTH, Bailor gives clear comprehensive guidance on what to eat and why, providing an eating plan, easy recipes, and a simple at-home exercise program.

You don't have to go hungry or spend hours exercising to lose weight, get healthy, and be happy. With the new science of weight loss, slim is simple.

 

 




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Can Superman End Diabetes? | Jonathan Bailor | TEDxTU

 

Youtube 16 mars 2015

Recent research shows that diabetes may be an even greater threat to our health and our economy than tobacco, and it may have an even simpler solution. Jonathan Bailor shows us how one targeted strategy may be the key to preventing Type II diabetes.

Jonathan Bailor is a New York Times bestselling author and nutrition and exercise expert who specializes in using modern science and technology to simplify health. His goal is to educate people on the science behind health and why so many hyped up diet plans and weight loss strategies fail.

You can find out more about Jonathan's research in his book "The Calorie Myth" and on his website sanesolution.com


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ARCHIVE - Dr Robert Atkins - February 24 2000

 

USDA - GREAT NUTRITION DEBATE: Low carb gurus vs Plant based physicians

 

A fantastic public debate featuring Dr Atkins, Dr John McDougall, Dr Dean Ornish & Dr Neal Bernard.

 

Several strongly opposed opinions give rise to a dynamic and entertaining debate.

 

 

 

 

 

Dr Atkins begins at minute 20 sec 22:

 

https://youtu.be/feCpP40ZHqI?t=20m22s

 

 

 

 

Dr Eric Westman at hour 2 minute 23 sec 27:

 

https://youtu.be/feCpP40ZHqI?t=2h23m27s

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Hidden in Plain Sight

 

http://circ.ahajournals.org/content/120/11/1011.full.pdf

 

 

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61 Names for Sugar

  • Agave nectar
  • Barbados sugar
  • Barley malt
  • Barley malt syrup
  • Beet sugar
  • Brown sugar
  • Buttered syrup
  • Cane juice
  • Cane juice crystals
  • Cane sugar
  • Caramel
  • Carob syrup
  • Castor sugar
  • Coconut palm sugar
  • Coconut sugar
  • Confectioner's sugar
  • Corn sweetener
  • Corn syrup
  • Corn syrup solids
  • Date sugar
  • Dehydrated cane juice
  • Demerara sugar
  • Dextrin
  • Dextrose
  • Evaporated cane juice
  • Free-flowing brown sugars
  • Fructose
  • Fruit juice
  • Fruit juice concentrate
  • Glucose
  • Glucose solids
  • Golden sugar
  • Golden syrup
  • Grape sugar
  • HFCS (High-Fructose Corn Syrup)
  • Honey
  • Icing sugar
  • Invert sugar
  • Malt syrup
  • Maltodextrin
  • Maltol
  • Maltose
  • Mannose
  • Maple syrup
  • Molasses
  • Muscovado
  • Palm sugar
  • Panocha
  • Powdered sugar
  • Raw sugar
  • Refiner's syrup
  • Rice syrup
  • Saccharose
  • Sorghum Syrup
  • Sucrose
  • Sugar (granulated)
  • Sweet Sorghum
  • Syrup
  • Treacle
  • Turbinado sugar
  • Yellow sugar

 

 

Added sugar is hiding in 74% of packaged foods

 

We tend to think that added sugar is mainly found in desserts like cookies and cakes, but it's also found in many savory foods, such as bread and pasta sauce. And some foods promoted as "natural" or "healthy" are laden with added sugars, compounding the confusion. In fact, manufacturers add sugar to 74% of packaged foods sold in supermarkets.1 So, even if you skip dessert, you may still be consuming more added sugar than is recommended.

 

 

How do I know if I'm eating added sugar?

Added sugar is hiding in foods that many of us consider healthy, like yogurt and energy bars. It is also added to savory foods, such as ketchup, breads, salad dressing and pasta sauce.

 

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requires food producers to list all ingredients in their foods. But added sugar comes in many forms – which is why it's so hard to find on the ingredients label.2

There are at least 61 different names for sugar listed on food labels. These include common names, such as sucrose and high-fructose corn syrup, as well as barley malt, dextrose, maltose and rice syrup, among others.

While product labels list total sugar content, manufacturers are not required to say whether that total includes added sugar, which makes it difficult to know how much of the total comes from added sugar and how much is naturally occurring in ingredients such as fruit or milk. That makes it very difficult to account for how much added sugar we're consuming.2,3

 

How much is ok?

Unlike salt and fats that are added to foods, nutrition labels don't provide you with a daily reference value for added sugar.

However, the American Heart Association (AHA) recommends no more than 9 teaspoons (38 grams) of added sugar per day for men, and 6 teaspoons (25 grams) per day for women.5 The AHA limits for children vary depending on their age and caloric needs, but range between 3-6 teaspoons (12 - 25 grams) per day.

 

Even "healthy" foods can be high in sugar

With as many as 11 teaspoons (46.2 grams) of added sugar in some 12-oz. sodas, a single serving exceeds the AHA recommendation for men and is about twice the allowance for women and children. But sugar isn't only in beverages and sweet baked goods. Here are some healthy-looking items you might find in the supermarket that also have high sugar contents: 

- One leading brand of yogurt contains 7 teaspoons (29 grams) of sugar per serving. 

 - A breakfast bar made with "real fruit" and "whole grains" lists 15 grams of sugar.

 - A single cup of bran cereal with raisins, in a box advertising "no high-fructose corn syrup," contains 20 grams of sugar per serving.

 - A cranberry/pomegranate juice product, also advertising "no high-fructose corn syrup" and "100% Vitamin C," contains 30 grams of added sugar per 8 oz. serving. Some of the sugar is naturally occurring, but some of it has been added.

 

Changing labels to help consumers

Americans consume 66 pounds of added sugar each year, on average.

 

Making healthy food decisions requires having complete information on the food label. When sugars are hidden unrecognizably in most packaged foods, it's a difficult choice to make. 

To address this, the FDA is considering revising the current label design, including changing the way a serving size is measured and possibly adding a separate line item highlighting the amount of added sugar.4

There is active discussion right now in public health circles about how to make nutrition labels easier to read and the need for clearer recommendations on how much added sugar is safe to consume. Stay tuned to SugarScience.org as we follow this discussion and interpret its impact for consumers.

 

Sources

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  • [2]U.S. Food and Drug Administration, . (2004, November). How to Understand and Use the Nutrition Facts Label. Retrieved from http://www.fda.gov/food/ingredientspackaginglabeling/labelingnutrition/ucm274593.htm
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  • [4]Food and Drug Administration, U.S. (2012, May 31). Agency Information Collection Activities; Proposed Collection; Comment Request; Experimental Study on Consumer Responses to Nutrition Facts Labels With Various Footnote Formats and Declaration of Amount of Added Sugars. Federal Register , 77, 32120-2. Retrieved from http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/FR-2012-05-31/pdf/2012-13141.pdf
  • [5]Johnson, R.K., Appel, L., Brands, M., Howard, B., Lefevre, M., Lustig, R., Sacks, F., Steffen, L., & Wyllie-Rosett, J. (2009, September 15). Dietary sugars intake and cardiovascular health: a scientific statement from the American Heart Association. Circulation , 120(11), 1011-20. doi:10.1161/CIRCULATIONAHA.109.192627. Retrieved from http://circ.ahajournals.org/content/120/11/1011.full.pdf

 

 

 

http://www.sugarscience.org/hidden-in-plain-sight/

 

 

http://medicalxpress.com/news/2015-01-scientific-team-alarm-sugar-source.html

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Deadly Carbohydrates The Lethal Sugar/Cancer Connection- By Stephanie Martinson

 

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A new study shows what researchers have suspected for years—consuming carbohydrates dramatically increases the risk for a common type of breast cancer, a kind that is notoriously hard to treat.1

The study, published earlier this year in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, revealed that postmenopausal women treated for breast cancer were:

  • Two times more likely to have recurrence if their carbohydrate intake remained stable or increased after surgery,
  • 70% more likely to have a recurrence if their tumors tested positive for “insulin-like growth factor-1,” or IGF-1 (IGF-1 increases in response to excess carbohydrate intake),
  • Likely to have a 5-fold increase in the risk of recurrence if they had the combination of an IGF-1 receptor-positive tumor plus a stable or increased carbohydrate intake.1

While the study focused on reducing future cancer recurrences, it has tremendous implications for women who have not yet experienced breast cancer, and for that matter, for everyone concerned about preventing cancers in the future.

A powerful way to reduce cancer risk is to get control of your intake of refined carbohydrates, IGF-1, and insulin levels.2 Yet despite the known risks of excess carbohydrate intake (obesity, cancer, and vascular disease), cutting out carbs can be challenging for most people.

This article investigates the connections between carbohydrate intake and breast cancer risk. It then explores recent data showing how consuming and absorbing too many carbohydrates is associated with elevations in IGF-1, which increases the risk of breast cancer recurrence. It concludes with real-world solutions to help mitigate the adverse impact of excessive carbohydrate intake.

 

The Breast Cancer/Carbohydrate Connection

 

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There is growing interest among the scientific community in the relationship between carbohydrate consumption and cancer, with a special focus on breast cancer.

Diets high in readily digested carbohydrates (like those found in most processed foods) are associated with increased cancer risks. Women who consume great amounts of foods with a high glycemic index (the rate at which carbohydrates raise blood sugar levels) have a 57% increased risk of breast cancer, while those who eat food with a high glycemic load (a product of the glycemic index and the total available carbohydrate content of a food) have as much as a 153% increase in risk.3

This increased risk has been specifically identified in people who are overweight or obese. Overweight women, for example, are 35% more likely to get breast cancer if they eat a lot of foods with a high glycemic index.4 Asian women whose primary carbohydrate source is white rice are 19% more likely to develop breast cancer with every 100-gram (about 3 ounces) increment in their rice intake per day. But those who eat brown rice, a slower-digesting starch, are 24% less likely to develop breast cancer with every 100-gram increment of rice consumed per day.5 When glucose levels get so high that they enter the diabetic range, breast cancer risk grows to twice that of postmenopausal women with normal sugar levels.6

In addition to increasing the risk of developing breast cancer in postmenopausal women, glycemic load and total carbohydrate consumption are also associated with the worst kinds of breast cancer, namely those lacking receptors for estrogen and progesterone molecules.7 Triple negative breast cancers—in which cancer cells do not contain receptors for estrogen, progesterone, or HER2—cannot be treated with treatments that oppose hormone actions. This leaves patients to suffer through more deadly, and often less effective, treatment options, thereby lowering survival rates substantially.8

On the other hand, the Nurses’ Health Study, a large, women’s health-focused research project, demonstrated that women who followed a diet high in vegetables and low in carbohydrates were 19% less likely to develop estrogen receptor negative breast cancer.9

 

 

Carbohydrates And Cancer Risk

There is a deeper problem with high carbohydrate consumption, even when blood sugar levels don’t rise.

High-carbohydrate diets produce chronic elevations of insulin as the body tries to deal with the excess sugar.4 Protein glycation caused by excess glucose also contributes to insulin resistance, raising blood glucose levels and potentially insulin levels as a result.10 Because insulin is a growth factor, elevated insulin levels represent a potential breast cancer threat because it appears to stimulate breast cancer cells to grow and reproduce.11

Studies now reveal another danger—one that goes beyond glycation and insulin levels—which raises a woman’s risk for breast cancer in relation to her carbohydrate intake.

This danger is posed by a growth factor so closely related to insulin that it is called “insulin-like growth factor-1,” or IGF-1. IGF-1 now appears to be a culprit that links high-carbohydrate intake to cancer risks throughout the body, but with special relevance for breast and possibly prostate cancers.1,12

 

What You Need To Know

 

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Carbohydrates And Breast Cancer Risk
  • Americans’ high consumption of carbohydrates puts them at increased risk for many cancers, especially breast cancers.
  • Insulin-like growth factor (IGF-1) and insulin are underlying culprits associated with carbohydrate intake and cancer.
  • IGF-1 promotes rapid cell replication while reducing normal programmed cell death, two major factors associated with cancer development.
  • Studies show a close relationship between carbohydrate consumption, IGF-1, and breast cancer risk.
  • You can reduce your carbohydrate and IGF-1-related cancer risk by selecting appropriate nutraceuticals that reduce carbohydrate breakdown and absorption.
  • If you are one of the many who find it hard to cut down on carbohydrates in your diet, it is time to turn to some of the many natural dietary supplements that may limit your exposure to these cancer risk factors.

 

Summary

Many people have shifted away from animal proteins and fats toward a more carbohydrate-rich diet in an effort to improve their health and longevity.

Unfortunately, diets high in carbohydrates, especially sugars and refined starch, raise cancer risk. This is, in part, due to higher levels of IGF-1, a growth factor that promotes cell replication and slows programmed cell death—two major components of cancer development.

High levels of IGF-1 are strongly associated with breast cancers, and perhaps others. In addition, tumors promoted by IGF-1 are more likely than other tumors to be resistant to standard hormone treatments, increasing the need for more toxic chemotherapy.

You can help control IGF-1 levels by restricting intake of refined carbohydrates (white starches) and increasing intake of dietary fiber. Many people find these dietary interventions difficult to sustain.

An alternative to these dietary shifts is to use natural supplement formulas that reduce the ability of dietary carbohydrates to reach your bloodstream, thereby lowering blood sugar, improving insulin sensitivity, and potentially reducing the body’s production of cancer-promoting IGF-1.

Several such supplements exist in multi-ingredient formulas, thus providing broad-spectrum blood sugar modulating mechanisms. By choosing an appropriate supplement formula regimen to be taken before carbohydrate- and starch-containing meals, you may reduce cancer risks associated with elevated blood glucose, insulin, and IGF-1.

 

 

 

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William Davis MD - Wheat: The UNhealthy Whole Grain

 

Youtube - Published on Nov 21, 2012

The wheat of today is not the wheat of our mothers or grandmothers. Modern wheat is the product of genetic manipulations that have transformed its properties. Modern wheat is now a 2-foot tall, high-yield semi-dwarf strain, different in both appearance and multiple biochemical features from traditional wheat. Introduction of this new strain of wheat was associated with the appearance of a long list of health problems, along with weight gain and diabetes.

According to Dr. Davis, saying goodbye to all things wheat provides outsized and unexpected health benefits, from weight loss, to relief from acid reflux and bowel urgency, to reversal of diabetes, migraine headaches, and learning disabilities in children.

Dr. William Davis is author of the #1 New york Times bestselling book, Wheat Belly: Lose the wheat, lose the weight and find your path back to health (Rodale, 2011), now debuting internationally in over ten foreign languages. Wheat belly has helped spark a nationwide reconsideration of the conventional advice to "eat more healthy whole grains."

Formerly an interventional cardiologist, he now confines his practice to prevention and reversal of coronary disease in his practice in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Dr. Davis is a graduate of the St. Louis University School of Medicine, followed by training in internal medicine and cardiology at the Ohio State University Hospitals, and training in interventional cardiology at the Case--Western Reserve Hospitals in Cleveland, Ohio. He is also founder of the online heart disease prevention educational program, Track your Plaque.

 

 

 

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Wheat: UNhealthy Whole Grain

 

 

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Dr Sofie Hexeberg

 

Norsk  //  Norwegian language

 

 

Sofie Hexeberg - Skyldes dine plager matintoleranse?

 

 

Youtube 15 mars 2015

Fra Kostholdskonferansen 2015 på Bølgen i Larvik den 28. februar

v/ Sofie Hexeberg – lege, forfatter og foredragsholder.

 

 

https://youtu.be/EezYhb7H5Fg

 

 

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Sofie Hexeberg - Friskere med lavkarbo

 

Youtube 14 mars 2014

Fra Kostholdskonferansen 2014
Kostreform Vestfold

 

 

https://youtu.be/BysE08S7Lww

 

 

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Ketosis //  Paleo

 

 

Dr. Tommy Wood

 

 

Eat Better Episode 2 - Ketogenic Diets

 

Youtube 9 dec. 2014

Dr. Tommy Wood (www.drragnar.com) and Chloe Archard (www.paleo-britain.co.uk) cover some regular about ketogenic diets, and their place in health and disease.

 

 

 

 

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HEALTHUnplugged: - "Is it Paleo?" - Grains, legumes and dietary dogma

 

Youtube 27 okt. 2014

HEALTH Unplugged - the UK's first conference on ancestral health. Dr. Tommy Wood discusses whether grains and legumes can ever be considered paleo.

 

 

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LCHF

 

LCHF Back to the Future Seminar - Grant Schofield - State of the Nation '

Youtube 19 jan. 2015

 

 

 

 

 

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Professor Grant Schofield - Low Carb and Public Health

Youtube 4 dec. 2013

Grant's speech from the 2013 Low Carb Downunder Seminar at St. Kilda Town Hall in Melbourne Australia.

 

 

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Nina Teicholz: The Big Fat Surprise – (08/07/2014)

 

Youtube  3 sep. 2014

Nina Teicholz, Author, The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat and Cheese Belong in a Healthy Diet

 

Ronald M. Krauss, M.D., Senior Scientist and Director, Atherosclerosis Research, Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute; Adjunct Professor, Department of Medicine, UCSF and Department of Nutritional Sciences, U.C. Berkeley - Moderator

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Nina Teicholz at TEDxEast: The Big Fat Surprise

 

Youtube 7 mars 2014

Nina Teicholz is the author of the forthcoming book, The Big Fat Surprise (Simon & Schuster 2014), which makes the argument that modern nutrition science, over the past 60 years, has been wrong about dietary fat.[...]

 

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951: Nina Teicholz Gives The Latest Update On The 2015 Dietary Guidelines - 2015

 

Investigative journalist and New York Times bestselling author Nina Teicholz is our guest today in Episode 951 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show.”

 

Audio Podcast here (press the Play icon):

 

http://www.thelivinlowcarbshow.com/shownotes/12193/951-nina-teicholz-gives-the-latest-update-on-the-2015-dietary-guidelines/

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The Fat Switch

 

Dr. Mercola Interviews Dr. Richard Johnson About The Fat Switch - 2012

 

Youtube 30 juli 2012

http://www.fatswitchbook.com/ Natural health physician and Mercola.com founder Dr. Joseph Mercola interviews Dr. Richard Johnson a professor of medicine at the University of Colorado about the fat switch.

 

https://youtu.be/3W2zSN0JOa8

 

 

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Dr. Joseph Mercola and Dr. Richard Johnson Talks More About Fructose - 2015

 

Youtube 15 mars 2015

Visit Dr mercola's Amazon product page: http://www.amazon.com/s/?_encoding=UT... http://articles.mercola.com/sites/art... Dr. Joseph Mercola, a leading expert in natural health, interviews The Sugar Fix author Dr. Richard Johnson on uric acid levels, fruit juice, and other dangers of fructose.

 

 

 

https://youtu.be/ZjG5t4LN0jA

 

https://youtu.be/IJanpzswCR4

 

 

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Dr. Rod Tayler Interviews Emily Maguire BSc. MSc.

 

Youtube 26 maj 2015

Emily Maguire is a qualified nutritionist and holds a BSc in Nutrition as well as a MSc in Obesity Science and Management. Her passion revolves around all things nutrition with a particular interest in the specific dietary options available for the treatment of obesity and its co-morbidities.

Emily is currently on a world tour exploring nutrition by visiting and talking with Ketogenic and Low Carb experts to further her research in using Ketogenic diets as a form of treatment for cancer.

In this interview she offers her understanding of LCHF and outlines her plans for the future. Further information about Emily and her work can be found via her website http://www.LowCarbGenesis.com

 

 

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Trans fat / Transfett

 

 

Fred Kummerow - Emeritus Professor of Comparative Biosciences at the University of Illinois

 

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Illinois Pioneers with Fred Kummerow - October 2, 2014

Youtube 2 okt. 2014

Illinois Pioneers host David Inge sits down with Fred Kummerow, Emeritus Professor of Comparative Biosciences at the University of Illinois. Together they discuss his studies on heart disease and trans fats.

 



 

 

Disclaimer: I think LCHF diets are much more better than his own diet:

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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.

 

 

 

 

Prof. Tim Noakes, Marthie Leach debate banting diet

 

 

Youtube 4 juni 2015

 

https://youtu.be/SQXd6tpu5bE

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Prof. Jeff Volek - 'The Art and Science of Low Carb Living: Cardio-Metabolic Benefits and Beyond'

 

Youtube 20 juni 2015

Professor Jeff Volek is a Professor at The Ohio State University, USA where he teaches and leads a research team that explores the physiological impact of various dietary and exercise regimens and nutritional supplements.

 

Dr Volek has published over 250 scientific manuscripts and is the co-author of 'The New Atkins for a New You', 'The Art and Science of Low Carbohydrate Living' and 'The Art and Science of Low Carbohydrate Performance'.

 

Prof. Volek’s most significant line of work has been a series of studies performed over the last 15 years. These have been aimed at better understanding what constitutes a well formulated low carbohydrate diet and its’ impact on obesity, body composition, adaptations to training and overall metabolic health.

 

 

 

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Dr Eric Berg

 

What to Eat to Fix Diabetes

 

 

Youtube 22 juni 2015

http://drberg.com/body-type-quiz?sour...

The current recommendations for carbohydrates based on the American Diabetes Associations is 45-60 grams of carbohydrates PER MEAL!!!!! not per day, per meal.
http://www.diabetes.org/food-and-fitn...

blood sugar problems can be improved if the right foods are eaten, but overall sugars and carbs must be reduced. Fats can be increased.

Disclaimer: Dr. Berg does not diagnose, treat or prevent any medical conditions, instead he helps people create their health to avoid health problems. He works with their physicians, which regular their medication.


DR. BERG'S VIDEO BLOG: http://www.drberg.com/blog

 

 

https://youtu.be/NQXGXfpV9d0

 

 

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Warburg effect - professor Ingemar Ernberg - Karolinska Institutet

 

Cancerceller tycks älska socker - Otto Warburg hade rätt för 90 år sedan!

 

Youtube 30 maj 2015
 
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Dr Sarah Hallberg - Low Carb Diets and Weight Loss

 

Youtube  Oct 17, 2014

 

Is the weight-loss advice and information we’ve been getting helpful or correct? No, says Dr. Sarah Hallberg, medical director of IU Health Arnett’s medical weight-loss program.

The evidence, she says, is found in both the scientific studies of the past few years as well as 35 years of increasing obesity and diabetes rates in the United States.

Hallberg presents a lecture titled “Changing Our Message: Obesity and the Failure of the Dietary Guidelines,” This was originally presented on Sunday, September 21, at IU Health Arnett Hospital in Lafayette, Indiana. The presentation was free and all available seats taken.

In these videos, Dr. Hallberg discusses the problems with the current dietary guidelines, including the lack of solid science behind the recommendations. She also discusses the basic science and recent research findings of low-carbohydrate diets.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

https://youtu.be/6wSsFOAbw6U

 

 

 

 

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Dr Sarah Hallberg's blog

 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC61A-gdOvrzm4xGsZPMMuOA

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Thomas Seyfried: Cancer: A Metabolic Disease With Metabolic Solutions

 

 

 

Youtube - Published on Mar 2, 2015

Emerging evidence indicates that cancer is primarily a metabolic disease involving disturbances in energy production through respiration and fermentation. Cancer is suppressed following transfer of the nucleus from the tumor cell to cytoplasm of normal cells containing normal mitochondria. These findings indicate that nuclear genetic abnormalities cannot be responsible for cancer despite commonly held beliefs in the cancer field. The genomic instability observed in tumor cells and all other recognized hallmarks of cancer are considered downstream epiphenomena of the initial disturbance of cellular energy metabolism. The disturbances in tumor cell energy metabolism can be linked to abnormalities in the structure and function of the mitochondria. Cancer growth and progression can be managed following a whole-body transition from fermentable metabolites, primarily glucose and glutamine, to respiratory metabolites, primarily ketone bodies. This transition will reduce tumor vascularity and inflammation while enhancing tumor cell death. A novel “press-pulse” therapeutic strategy is in development for the non-toxic metabolic management of cancer. Malignant brain cancer in preclinical models and humans will be used to illustrate general concepts. As each individual is a unique metabolic entity, personalization of metabolic therapy as a broadbased cancer treatment strategy will require fine-tuning to match the therapy to an individual’s unique physiology.

Thomas N. Seyfried received his Ph.D. in Genetics and Biochemistry from the University of Illinois, Urbana, in 1976. He did his undergraduate work at the University of New England, where he recently received the distinguished Alumni Achievement Award. He also holds a Master’s degree in Genetics from Illinois State University. Thomas Seyfried served with distinction in the United States Army’s First Cavalry Division during the Vietnam War and received numerous medals and commendations. He was a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Neurology at the Yale University School of Medicine and then served on the faculty as an Assistant Professor in Neurology. Other awards and honors have come from such diverse organizations as the American Oil Chemists Society, the National Institutes of Health, The American Society for Neurochemistry, and the Ketogenic Diet Special Interest Group of the American Epilepsy Society. Dr. Seyfried previously served as Chair, Scientific Advisory Committee for the National Tay-Sachs and Allied Diseases Association and presently serves on several editorial boards, including those for Nutrition & Metabolism, Neurochemical Research, the Journal of Lipid Research, and ASN Neuro, where he is a Senior Editor. Dr. Seyfried has over 150 peer-reviewed publications and is the author of the book “Cancer as a Metabolic Disease: On the Origin, Management, and Prevention of Cancer (Wiley Press).”

 

 

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Colin Champ: Augmenting Cancer Therapy with Diet

 
Youtube - Published on Nov 11, 2014

Unknown to many scientists and practicing physicians, there is nearly a century of data revealing the effect of diet on cancer diagnosis and treatment. More recently, preclinical and clinical data have been confirming this effect. Most notably, the potentiation of radiation therapy and chemotherapy via carbohydrate restriction and intermittent fasting is currently being assessed in clinical trials. Some data has even shown that it may reduce side effects of current cancer treatment. The potential metabolic treatment and management of cancer is an exciting new area in the field of oncology. This presentation will discuss the connection between cancer treatment and diet by highlighting both the historical data and Dr. Champ’s research in the field.

Dr. Champ is a board-certified radiation oncologist and assistant professor at the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute and University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. He researches cancer treatment as well as diet and nutrition and has been invited to lecture on the topic around the country and world. He is one of the few physicians invited to present academic Oncology Grand Rounds as a resident, an honor usually reserved for experts after years or decades in the field. While only a resident, he published over 20 peer-reviewed articles, started a health and fitness website and company, and co-hosted a podcast that was top-ranked in the U.S., England, and Australia. He has been featured in the Boston Globe, The Gupta Guide with Sanjay Gupta, the National Cancer Institute at the National Institute of Health, and the American Society of Clinical Oncology newsletter, to name only a few. During his medical training, he created Cavemandoctor.com in an effort to simplify the complex aspects of evidence-based medicine for the common reader. The website quickly gained nearly three million readers. He is considered an energetic voice in the field of medicine as he adamantly emphasizes the benefits of a healthy lifestyle. Most importantly, he practices what he preaches by stressing a healthy diet and lifestyle for both his patients and himself.

 

 

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People with normal blood sugars can be diabetic!


DIABETES EPIDEMIC & YOU
By Joseph R. Kraft, MD, MS, FCAP



The pathology of diabetes occurs in those with normal blood sugars. There are far too many who are told,

“Don’t worry, your fasting blood sugars are normal.” The earliest diagnosis of prediabetes is hyperinsulin,

type 2 diabetes identified by insulin assays with normal glucose tolerance.

 

 

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http://www.diabetes-epidemic.com/


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Controlling Carbs for Health & Performance with Dr. Jeff Volek

 

 

Youtube Aug 12, 2015

Learn about the importance of controlling carbohydrate intake for health, fitness, & performance with Dr. Jeff Volek, one of the nation's leading researchers on low carbohydrate diets.

Find out why carbohydrates are the most important nutrient to personalize and learn about the role carbs play in how your body processes and mobilizes fat.

Get tips from Dr. Volek on how to manipulate your carbohydrate intake in order to achieve your health and fitness goals, and find out what makes UCAN SuperStarch a one of a kind carbohydrate that deliver steady, long lasting energy while allowing your body to continue burning fat.

 

 

 

 

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Moving Toward a Personalized Approach to Nutrition-Role of Carbohydrate Intake

 

Youtube - 22 jan. 2014

Jeff Volek, PhD, RD; Professor, Neag School of Education, University of Connecticut

 

 

 

 

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