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Gram Negative Bacteria and Obesity

By Andrew Kim? Introduction As the research evolves, the matter of diet and nutrition is being forced to be recognized as not only the most poorly understood of all the sciences but also one of the most complex, outranking all the others. Weight loss is a recurrent theme on this site and this should be expected, as obesity is the most common ?disease? in the United States.1 But herein lies a...

Everything We Know About Diabetes is Wrong

By Matt Stone Everything you know about Diabetes is wrong. Or at the very least it’s a half truth, taken out of context, assumed but not proven, or worse. When I say Diabetes I’m referring primarily to’the most common form of Type 2?Diabetes (there are several types of diabetes’sometimes classified as type 2 that aren’t really type 2, such as?LADA). The following...

Sugar the Bitter Truth

By Chris Randall Okay fine. Sugar, the sweet, sweet truth. I made a smoothie today: a really good one, in fact. ?Oh, a super-good one with wild organic low-sugar berries, organic grass-fed no-sweetener-added whey protein powder, and no-calorie Stevia drops?! Um, no. Gross. Do people actually eat stuff like that? I’m talking a real smoothie. I’m talking the kind of smoothie that would...

Terrible Tragedy of the Healthy Eater

A while back I posted links to some of the best articles I had recently read. Readers seemed to really enjoy being directed to these great reads. Here’s another installment… The first is an absolute must-read. I love information, but I have a weakness for really clever and creative writing. This article combines both in one of the best pieces I’ve read on the modern disease...

How to Burn Fat and Why You Shouldn’t

By Danny Roddy, author of The Peat Whisperer Traversing through the blogosphere reveals much text, but little art. This is, until you stumble upon the site of low-carb sage Petro Dobromylkyj. Similar to da Vinci’s ?David? or Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Petro’s exudes extraordinary vision. One doesn’t have to read past the header for the first glimpse of his contribution to The...