Dr. Colbert on Obesity

More on the hot topic of omega 6 and omega 3 fatty acids later, as the review of Brian Peskin’s video series on the topic has the wheels in my brains spinning.  For now, thanks to Darya Pino of Summer Tomato where I found this truly fine assessment of obesity in America…...

In Bread Pudding

As I scour through Richard Johnson?s The Sugar Fix, which is without question strengthening my already very strong views about the role of fructose in the development of obesity, type II diabetes, and other disorders related to insulin resistance ? I couldn?t help but point out a redneck creation that finally went from joke to actuality this afternoon. Months ago I was visiting my half brother...

Andy Bellatti

Howdy folks, Here is a conversation between and my good bud Andy Bellatti, blog author at “Small Bites.” Andy is pretty convinced that the cure to the obesity epidemic is to eat smaller portions, and get more physical activity. In other words, he’s in the majority and he feels that fringe renegades such as the infamous Matt Stone of 180DegreeHealth are a big part of the problem...

FUMP Day 11

The lack of hunger? On my commemorative 10th day I pointed out an unusual but fully expected phenomenon of hardcore carnivorism ? lack of hunger. I attribute this primarily to a drop in insulin levels and the subsequent release of stored fatty acids through the pipes. On a recent trip to D.C. I visited the Library of Congress and dug up a nice classic on obesity, entitled, oh so cleverly,...

Hypothyroidism

It?s amazing to me how some of the most important realizations that I?ve come to over the past year have come from fragments of information obtained from some really misguided people. One of the biggest discoveries was differentiating between how complex starches and simple sugars affect the human body, shown to me by Terry Shintani, the author of a book touting an extremely low fat vegan diet....