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It seems interesting to me that those ballerinas are eating very near to a LC MP  MF diet (Low Carb, Middle Protein, Middle Fat) or do you think that it was more kind of a LCHF type of diet?  /Rodrigo

 

 

Curious about the eating habits of Canada's top ballerinas? Watch this

 

Curious about the eating habits of Canada's top ballerinas? Watch this

 

http://fw.to/kMFrudc

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Debunking "BBC Horizon - Sugar V Fat"

My own thoughts:
It was very clear to me that the one twin eating the "Fat" diet actually did eat a lot of Protein i e the Protein was stil keeping him in a Carbohydrate metabolism (and not near nutritional ketosis/keto-adaptation at all) THEN OF COURSE his body ate a lot of his own muscle tissue to compensate the need for glucose (he didn't get any Carbohydrate but the other one was getting "a little bit Fat") so the one eating "Fat" was the whole time in a Carbohydrate metabolism (because of his high Protein intake). One more exactly Title/Terminology and Methods should have been testing 3 diets comprehending:  

 

1. Carbohydrate
2. Fat
3. Protein

 

Carbohydrate V Fat V Protein

 

. . . or alternative knowing exact how much Protein and Fat the one eating "Fat"  actually did ingest.  /Rodrigo

 

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Here is the link to the BBC documentary "Sugar V Fat"

 

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x1amh2t_bbc-horizon-sugar-v-fat-h264-1280x720-aac-rmac_lifestyle

 

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x1z48a4_e04-sugar-v-fat_tv

 

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Sugar v Fat: Debunking the Latest Attack on Low-Carb Diets

Has the recent media-splurge on nutrition left you confused?

Don’t worry.

Biases exist everywhere, but it’s easy to see past them when you take a closer look.

We’ve lived through decades of fat demonetization, and recently carbs have taken center stage as the macronutrient of Lucipher.

As we know, neither one of these macronutrients are bad in themselves, despite fashionable trends. The greatest danger comes from what our food manufacturers do to them and eating them in abundance.

The BBC documentary Sugar v Fat, was presented by two identical twins, doctors Chris and Xand Van Tulleken, who both went on opposite diets for a month. Chris ate very little fat, and Xand ate no carbohydrate whatsoever. Xand summarized his experience and opinions in an article for the Daily Mail.
 

 

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While it has an air of revolutionary new findings, they wound up saying what we’ve been screaming from the rooftops of the internet for years:

Stay away from processed food.

Professor Paul Kenny, who makes a mark in the second half of the show, has tested different ratios of fat to sugar on rats, to see which they find most palatable. It turns out that a food which has a ratio of 1:1 or equal parts of both, (e.g. standard cheesecake), had the most addicting effect on the rats, and made them gain weight the fastest.

The little guys lost all interest in healthy food, and would constantly graze their hunk of junk all day long.

Sound familiar?

It seems that tests run on human beings return similar results. Not scientific tests, but economic. Sales of Krispy Kreme’s simple glazed donuts are higher than any other variety. This is a correlation, so we can’t say for sure what the reason for our preference is, but it may have something to do with the fact that it is the only variety with a 50/50 split of fat and sugar.

This is old news.

Companies have been combining fat and sugar ever since the birth of the industrial food industry to encourage people, like the lab rats, to graze on their products as much as possible, and to lose interest in other food.

The end of the documentary makes a good point about the state of our food culture now. Dr Susan Jebb told the presenters, “It’s astonishing that any of us stay slim in a world like this … you have to exert quite a level of dietary restraint if you’re not going to effectively just sleep-walk into obesity.”
 

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The closing message is that processed foods often combine carbs and fat into a lethally addictive combination, to stay away!

Sounds like a good message so far.
The Damage It Has Done

People are leaving this documentary confused.

While the final point is to cut down on foods that combine carbs and fat, the rest of the show tries to convince us that limiting either one is dangerous.

The high-fat twin, Dr Xand, stuck to a 0% carb diet that had him “remove all fruit and veg” because “they have carbs”, while the high-carb twin, Chris, kept 2% of his calorie intake from fats because “you need some fat to survive”.

You certainly do need fat to survive! But what does Xand think he’s doing cutting out all vegetables?

He said he “felt slow and tired” at the end of the month. I’m not surprised.

If they wanted to be scientific, keeping 2% of his calorie intake from carbs would have made the playing field much more even. There’s a big difference between 2% and 0%.

If you want to lose weight and reduce inflammation, you can do so by cutting carbs, but maintain at least 30g a day, and get them from vegetables. That way you’ll also be benefiting from the vitamins and minerals that are difficult to obtain from animal sources. This approach works consistently, and it’s not the approach Xand took.

In the companion article, written by the no-carb Dr Xand, we read his summary of the insulin hypothesis (that eating carbs triggers insulin to store energy as fat), and that this “undercuts the most basic idea about weight gain: that if you eat more calories than you burn, you gain weight.”

I shake my head in disbelief.

Taking sides where there’s no need seems to be a universal human impulse. Don’t think that we medical professionals are any different.

The insulin hypothesis never did undercut the idea that you have to store more energy than you use in order to gain weight. It simply states that refined carbohydrates encourage your body to store energy rather than use it, which makes you hungry and lures you into eating more.

What it does undercut is the woefully ineffective weight-loss method of forcing yourself to eat less and exercise more, without paying any attention to the quality of your food.

You can lose weight on a high-carb diet by restricting calories, but it’s torturously difficult.

You can see this effect on the high-carb twin, who “never felt full, so was constantly snacking”.

The no-carb twin, conversely, “was never hungry”.
 

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What Your Doctor Doesn’t Want You To Know

“But here’s the problem,” Xand wrote. “Despite both of us being doctors … neither of us knew much about losing weight and eating healthily. These topics fall between the cracks at medical school.” (from the article)

Very true. In fact, the problem is more sinister than that.

Investigations into funding of medical education “found that 59% of practice guideline developers had a financial relationship with a company that made a product addressed by those guidelines.” (emphasis mine)

This means companies that produce, for example, statins, payed money to the man who wrote the text-book which taught your doctor that if you have high cholesterol, he should put you on a course of statins.

Unfortunately, the same financial incentive doesn’t exist for the advice of eating an optimal diet.

This may help explain why nutritional therapy is so poorly taught, despite how safe and effective it is in treating chronic disease.
The Insulin-Resistant Elephant in the Room

What about all that fat causing Xand to approach pre-diabetes?

Thought I’d be tempted to gloss over that part, didn’t you?

Never! Especially not when it was the strongest demonstration of bias in the whole show.

First we’ll start with the “amazing” results that would seem commonplace to anyone in the low-carb or paleo diet space.

Twin Chris narrates some close up shots of needles and blood dripping in tubes:

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“We thought that because Xand was eating so much fat on his diet, his levels [of cholesterol] would be much higher. What was amazing is that they were nearly exactly the same as they were at the start of our diets.”

No surprises there then.

The scene goes on to show them having their fasting glucose and insulin sensitivity tested.

The results for carb-binger Chris were taken surprisingly well. Their lab technician, Richard Mckenzie, said:

“Your body’s ability to produce insulin has improved.”

Hold the phone. It’s an improvement for your pancreas to readily flood the blood with huge amounts of insulin? He goes on to explain:

“His body has probably just got used to dealing with the sugar … and therefore responding by producing insulin.”

Chris seems to be taking this as a positive:

“A bit like if I’d been drinking a lot for the month, my liver would up-regulate the enzymes to deal with the alcohol … because I’ve been eating loads of sugar, I’ve become better at managing it.”

Richard is careful not to let him get carried away, and corrects him with a cautionary tone:

“You’re better at producing insulin … In the short term it might be good, but in the long term it might produce a problem.”

This essentially means that when you drink a litre of Gatorade, you won’t feel the effects of the drink as much if your body can churn out a ton of insulin. The long-term problem he managed not to name is insulin resistance.

Then the high-fat Xand got some seemingly bad news. Richard tells him:

“What’s worrying is your body is not responding to insulin as well as it did. If you eat too much fat, it can stop your body responding to insulin and it can also tell your body to produce more glucose.”

He goes on to tell him that his blood glucose is now 5.9mmol/L, which is 0.2 away from pre-diabetic:

“Eventually your body will stop producing insulin if you carry on down this path.”

Okay, let’s see how much of this is quackery, and how much is legit.

I’m afraid there is some evidence that saturated fat (only) can worsen insulin sensitivity. However, there is also evidence that suggests it does nothing.

The science is not conclusive either way.

Richard seems to be listening only to the evidence that supports the tired old idea that fat makes you sick.

Secondly, why is it a bad thing that Xand didn’t flood his blood with so much insulin when he gave himself the big spike in sugar? Chris was right. It’s like a T-totaller having her first drink. She’s likely to get light headed pretty quickly, because her liver is not used to dealing with the toxins in the drink.

Of course it wouldn’t suddenly produce a ton of it at the drop of a hat. Of course his body was producing more glucose – he wasn’t eating any!

Richard’s idea that all this meant Xand would one day stop producing any insulin was pure conjecture. He was producing less insulin because he needed less, not because the system was dying.

The one legitimate concern was that Xand’s fasting glucose levels seemed to have risen. Since this was so far from a controlled trial, we can’t know that the fat in his diet was causing it through a reduction of insulin sensitivity. There are too many variables. We only know it’s possible.

We also can’t know if these levels would have kept rising if he had kept it up for another month. They were still in a healthy range, so maybe his body had simply settled on a new norm.

The implication that he was on a freight-train to full blown diabetes was, again, reactive conjecture.

Possible, but not scientific to say it was definitely happening, let alone decide what caused it.
This Documentary Can Change Your Life, Without Changing Your Mind

It’s always inspiring to see people taking action and experimenting with different lifestyles to see how it affects them.

The experiences of these two identical twins does not directly translate into the experiences of you and me. It was self-experimentation with a buddy. Any one of us could do the same experiment, only it would take us two months to get the results of both diets, rather than one.

In fact, maybe we should.

Looking at someone else’s results will not tell you anything about how you will respond. All it can do is pique your curiosity.

And that can be enough to change a life.

If you’d rather base your life decisions on scientific analysis, (rather than on vague implications, ruthlessly edited and presented on a background of manipulative music), then take a look at analyses like this one, which looks at 23 gold-standard scientific studies, all comparing the results of low-fat vs low-carb diets.

We don’t need an opinionated piece of theatre to learn what we need to know about food. We’ve already proven which is worse.

Be inspired to run your own self-experiments, and remember that the types of carbs and fats make a huge difference.

Context matters, and a natural, whole-food context wins every time.

Are you considering going on a low-carb or low-fat diet? Drop your questions and insights into the comments below, or enter your email address in the box below to get access to me directly.
 

http://www.modernlifenutrition.com/sugar-v-fat/

 

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Other articles debunking ‘Sugar v Fat’:

 

My take on the Horizon documentary ‘Sugar v Fat’

 

http://www.drbriffa.com/2014/01/30/my-take-on-the-horizon-documentary-sugar-v-fat/

 

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dietdoctor.com  - Sugar vs Fat on BBC: Which is Worse?

 

http://www.dietdoctor.com/sugar-vs-fat-on-bbc-which-is-worse

 

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

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

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

http://eatingacademy.com/nutrition/is-ketosis-dangerous

 

 

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Make Coconut Butter/Oil

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DISCLAIMER: John here below has the right tool and knowledge BUT don't listen to him when speaking about the FAT FACTS because he's just regurgitating the establishments doctrine about fats, that's all!  /Rodrigo

How to Make Raw Coconut Creme, Coconut Butter and Coconut Oil

Laddades upp den 18 juli 2011

John from http://www.discountjuicers.com/shows with you how you can easily make fresh coconut creme, coconut butter and coconut oil from fresh, brown coconuts.
Why purchase processed products when you can make your own fresh, save money, and have a better tasting product.
After watching this video you will learn how to use the Omega 8004 Nutrition Center to make these fabulous coconut
products fresh with inexpensive brown coconuts.




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Homemade Coconut Butter in 90 Seconds

Youtube 3 mars 2013

For the full written article, as well as more tips, tricks and healthy recipes go to: http://healthnutnation.com/2013/03/05...

Learn how to make delicious homemade coconut butter in 90 seconds (or less). Suitable for Paleo, 4 Hour Body, gluten free, vegetarian and vegan diets.




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How To Make "REAL" Coconut Oil!!! (Old School)

Youtube 22 juli 2011

Sweet Sister Copey shows you how real coconut oil is made





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How to Make Virgin Coconut Oil

Publicerades den 27 feb. 2013

http://www.barepantryshow.comLast video we showed how to extract the milk from a coconut to make coconut milk .
In this video, we continue the process to use the milk to make coconut oil from scratch.
Although it was a long process, the taste of the oil was unmatched. This is a healthy oil that is for internal and external use.



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Google "make coconut oil":

https://www.google.se/search?q=Blanch+Almonds&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&gws_rd=cr&ei=6Pb2VNXUF-vcywOgxYH4Ag#tbm=vid&q=make+coconut+oil
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I THINK THIS COULD BE A GOOD ANSWER TO PAOLO ROBERTO -  ABOUT LCHF /Rodrigo:

 

Look at 1 hour 22 minutes 19 seconds:

 

http://youtu.be/fuj6nxCDBZ0?t=1h22m19s

 

 

The longer version (way too long version for Paolo :D ):

 

youtu.be/fuj6nxCDBZ0

 

 

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Colting ger Paolo Roberto svar på tal igen

 

http://www.kostdoktorn.se/colting-ger-paolo-roberto-svar-pa-tal-igen

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PDF

 

Low Carb Diet Food List

Unprocessed Whole Foods Only

 

 

http://www.bayleavesandsalt.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/Low-Carb-Diet-Food-List.pdf

 

 

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Low Carb Diet Food List - Unprocessed Whole Foods Only

 

 

FATS

For Low Heat or Using Raw
(Monounsaturated Fats)
·
Extra Virgin Olive Oil
·
Avocado
·
Avocado Oil
·
Macadamia Oil
·
Nuts and Seeds
For Cooking With Higher Heat
·
Grass Fed Butter
·
Ghee or Clarified
Butter
·
Lard
·
Coconut Oil
·
Palm Oil
·
Tallow
·
Duck Fat
·
Fatty Cuts of Meat
(good source of both fat and protein)

PROTEINS
·
Beef
·
Pork

including
bacon
·
Poultry

Chicken, Duck, Goose, Quail
etc.
·
Venison
·
Goat
·
Lamb
·
Rabbit
·
Fish
·
Shellfish
·
Eggs

 

CARBOHYDRATES
·
All Leafy Greens
·
Berries

a
handful only once or twice a
week
·
Artichokes
·
Broccoli
·
Asparagus
·
Cauliflower
·
Brussel Sprouts
·
Celery
·
Cucumber
·
Eggplant
·
Green beans
·
Jicama
·
Leeks
·
Mushrooms
·
Okra
·
Onions
·
Peppers
·
Pumpkin
·
Snow Peas
·
Sprouts
·
Squash
·
Sugar Snap Peas
·
Tomatoes
·
Wax beans
·
Zucchini

DAIRY
·
Butter
·
Heavy Cream
·
Ricotta cheese
·
Sour Cream
·
Cottage Cheese
·
Plain
Greek Yoghurt
·
Real Cheese (not processed cheese
food)
o
Swiss
o
Cheddar
o
Brie
o
Goat
o
Feta

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Compare his opinion 2014 and now 2015!  Hahaha, right now, he is going Keto the whole way! /Rodrigo

 

 

Old ParadigmYoutube 27 feb. 2014

 

 

 

Versus

 

 

New "Reality" - Youtube  9 mars 2015

 

 

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The Low Carb Myth

 

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Rodrigo wonders . . .  -  >  Controversy!?  - What do you think, what do we know that he doesn't?

 

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The James Altucher Show Ep 210 Ari Whitten - The Low Carb Myth

Youtube 16 feb. 2015

The James Altucher Show
JAMES ALTUCHER: INTERVIEWS W/ MARK CUBAN, TIM FERRISS, ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, SETH GODIN, TUCKER MAX ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP, INVESTING, HEALTH - INVESTING


AA Ep 210 Ari Whitten - The Low Carb Myth
ames and Claudia talk with Ari Whitten, author of the book The Low Carb Myth,to talk aboutwhy people get fat and get unhealthy. Do carbohydrates make you fat? His conclusions are surprising. He disagrees strongly that we get fat because we are lazy and eat too much. Rather than being due simply to gluttony, sloth, and conscious decisions around how much we eat or move. If you've been on a low- or no-carb diet or are just looking for an alternative to eating healthy, listen here.

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JLz9Kf8AfZA

 

 

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my own point, the lack of talking/addressing FATS was a huge one!

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Disclaimer: In those documentaries they showing you the problem BUT not any Real Solution (because eating less carbs and NOT- at the same time- eating real food -Mostly FAT- is just gonna make you VERY HUNGRY), I say the solution is inside this LCHF FORUM! /Rodrigo

 

 

Documentary/Report - The Men Who Made Us Fat

 

 

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Part 1

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2cxvfg_hd-the-men-who-made-us-fat-part-1-of-3_school

 

Part 2

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2cxvgs_hd-the-men-who-made-us-fat-part-2-of-3_school

 

 

Part3

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2cxw8e_hd-the-men-who-made-us-fat-part-3-of-3_school

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Jammie believes that a 53% Fat is a HF diet, what do you think? He seems saying most things the right way, anyways . . .  /rodrigo

 

 

 

Jamie Hayes - 'Your Six Pack is NOT Built in the Gym!' - Brisbane LCDU Tour 2012

 

Youtube 17 dec. 2012

Jamie and Ellen Hayes are regarded as pioneers of the Australian fitness industry, with Ellen becoming the first instructor in NSW to receive formal accreditation and Jamie receiving the first ever Australian National Fitness Leader of the Year award.

Jamie later became a fitness educator, training instructors across Australia and Asia for The Australian Council for Health Physical Education and Recreation and was a founding executive member of the Fitness Industry Association of NSW and the NSW Fitness Advisory Council.They have owned and operated health clubs in Sydney since the early 1980s, and have now incorporated their life-long passion for active lifestyles with the dietary intervention and coaching that is necessary to help women manage their weight.

In this video, Jamie exposes common myths about exercise and fat loss. He shares the simple secret to getting a "six pack" or at least a flatter stomach. He then explains about how he believes health authorities are getting childhood obesity programs wrong.

 

 

 

 

 

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Epilepsy known as Doose Syndrome

 

 

Low Carb High Fat (LCHF) ketogenic diet vastly improves the life of local boy with epilepsy

 

 

Youtube 9 apr. 2015
 

Sam Meyers, 8, has a rare form of epilepsy known as Doose Syndrome.

“He had absolutely no quality of life,” his mother, Becky Meyers, said. “His head would drop violently on the table.”

Becky said Sam suffered hundreds of seizures a day requiring 24/7 monitoring.

“Make sure that he was safe,” his dad, Mike Meyers, said. “Even just going to the bathroom was difficult for him.”

Sam couldn’t go to school, and medications didn’t help. But an old diet gave the Meyers hope.

“Medicine wasn’t working,” Mike said. “We had to try it for him.”

The Meyers made a trip to Boston Children’s Hospital, and under the supervision of doctors, Sam began a high fat, low carb diet known as the ketogenic diet.

“I just knew in my heart that he was going to get better,” Becky said.

After a few weeks and a brief recurrence of seizures, one day, Sam woke up.

“Just within five seconds there was something different about him that morning,” Mike said.

“He said, ‘Good morning, mommy,’” Becky recalled. “You just knew the diet was working.”

 

 

 

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I THINK THIS COULD BE A GOOD ANSWER TO PAOLO ROBERTO -  ABOUT LCHF /Rodrigo:

 

Look at 1 hour 22 minutes 19 seconds:

 

http://youtu.be/fuj6nxCDBZ0?t=1h22m19s

 

 

The longer version (way too long version for Paolo :D ):

 

youtu.be/fuj6nxCDBZ0

 

 

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Colting ger Paolo Roberto svar på tal igen

 

http://www.kostdoktorn.se/colting-ger-paolo-roberto-svar-pa-tal-igen

 

 

The fight goes on . . .

 

http://www.kostdoktorn.se/paolo-far-svar-pa-tal

 

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The Paleo Way

 

The Paleo Way - Season 1 Trailer

 

Youtube 2 mars 2015

The Paleo Way, is the latest venture for Australian chef, Paleo ambassador, health coach, restaurateur, media personality and author Pete Evans.

 

 

 

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INTERVIEW with DAVID PERLMUTTER, author of 'Grain Brain' and 'Brain Maker'

 

Youtube 22 maj 2015

Pete Evans interviews neurologist and author of 'Grain Brain' and 'Brain Maker', David Perlmutter.

 

 

 

 

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 The Paleo Way with Pete Evans

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQoS2OBElCEhEXFK2OlmtFA/videos

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I THINK THIS COULD BE A GOOD ANSWER TO PAOLO ROBERTO -  ABOUT LCHF /Rodrigo:

 

Look at 1 hour 22 minutes 19 seconds:

 

http://youtu.be/fuj6nxCDBZ0?t=1h22m19s

 

 

The longer version (way too long version for Paolo :D ):

 

youtu.be/fuj6nxCDBZ0

 

 

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Colting ger Paolo Roberto svar på tal igen

 

http://www.kostdoktorn.se/colting-ger-paolo-roberto-svar-pa-tal-igen

 

 

 

Paolos hjärna krymper med varje pizza slice han slukar, det är verkligen syn om människan och de som tyvärr lyssnar på honom, här ser vi Paolo i senaste attack mot LCHF rörelsen:

 

 

https://youtu.be/NteUhbUNHxs?t=24m43s

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Are carbohydrates really that bad for us?

 

 

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Youtube Jan 3, 2014

Tim Noakes and Jonno Proudfoot reveal their health mission, discuss different food groups and talk about the consequences of consuming too much carbohydrates. Read more about this bestseller:








 
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