Glycine and Insulin Resistance

glycine and insulin resistance
By Joel Brind For many of us, the downside of the holidays is the dread of adding a few pounds of abdominal fat that will take more than a New Year’s resolution to work off. Even worse, we all also know that it’s the extra abdominal fat that causes insulin resistance and eventually—or maybe already—type 2 diabetes. But more recent research tells a more precise—and cheerful—story...

After the Re-Feed: How to Eat After Eating Disorder Recovery

After refeeding
The question I’m asked more than any other (excluding what my favorite 80’s movie is), is “Okay, my temps are up and I feel great again. Now what?” This topic is often the greatest source of confusion as well. Most of the negative reviews on my book Eat for Heat are by those that think I’m recommending to drink Coke instead of water and eat cheeseburgers instead of...

Lose Weight Without Dieting

Danelle cover
I’m quite pleased that my friend DaNelle Wolford, my guest on the most recent episode of the 180DegreeHealth podcast, is on the cover of this month’s issue of Woman’s World, one of the most prominently-displayed magazines in the entire country. On the cover it says “Cheat your way slim and fit into a size 6! DaNelle lost 35 lbs eating fat-melting cake, brownies, potatoes,...

Oatmeal and Egg Whites: The Breakfast of Twerps

Nacho_Libre
I don’t know about you, but I could listen to Scott Abel rant for days at a time. When I go through to edit my audio files before publishing them, I usually breeze through and look for breaks and pauses and other strange squiggles in the audio file. With both of Scott’s so far, once I push play, forget about it. An hour goes by in a flash, and I’m powerless to stop it....

MSM: The Dangerous Miracle Supplement

MSM
Dr. Garrett Smith and a small group of his entrusted guinea pigs recently embarked on an experiment involving ingesting fairly large quantities of MSM on a daily basis. Their initial results were all astounding, with many positive signs of increased metabolic rate with several ancillary benefits noticed as well, such as better vision and enhanced exercise performance. Well, that was the first...

Diet Psychology and the Case of “Delicate Debra”

Diet Psychology
By Scott Abel In terms of knowing, accepting and understanding that diet-psychology is ALWAYS going to be more important than “nutrition knowledge and information” -> Take a real client of mine, Debra for instance: Her story follows. And I offer it because it is a common story for ladies, although there may be subtle variations for each individual of course. Debra’s first memories of being...