With summer’s end it’s time to hunt, gather & love. Tons of autumn goodies this month: Culture Wars -Killing for profit; Chocolate week – coming soon; Full-Fat News; Carnivore update; Top links
Cheese and Meat get the thumbs up in new studies; Batman shows coconut oil is not poison; High-fat diets benefit cancer treatment; Plus this month’s funnies :P
Low-carb and ketogenic cheesecakes are easy and fun to make. With a few helpful pointers you can start to make up your own recipes and create something wonderful.
The original camp-fire and hiking food. Beef Jerky is a dried meat snack with a tangy taste and chewy texture.
Many people are concerned about mercury and other contaminants in seafood, but if you know which species are safest and which contain the most nutrients you can make better choices and maximise the health benefits.
Grains dominate the world food supply, but have many negative health consequences independent of gluten related disorders. We consider their downsides and show that whole grains including oats do not live up to the ‘heart-healthy’ hype.
Dr Peterson explains how a meat diet has helped his family overcome autoimmune disease, depression and more.
A single ingredient free-from pasta that exceeded our expectations. A useful addition to a grain-free diet and pretty low-carb to boot.
Breakfast in America? Here’s my grain-free low-carb version of the famous salty-sweet pancake combo. Its basically eggs and bacon with a twist. Delicious.
We take a look at a couple of interesting products currently on the shelves: Salmon Jerky and Seaweed Thins. Suitable for gluten-free diets these snacks look promising, but will they cut the mustard in our demanding taste tests?
A lush terrine made with lamb’s liver, buck breast and pork mince, then wrapped in bacon = marbled slices of mouth-watering loveliness.
Hot baths more effective than exercise for glucose control and circulation. Musical preferences of baby in the womb. Plus Paleo, Low-Carb, Gluten-Free and herbal news.
People assume their physicians keep abreast of the latest research. But how many papers do they read each month? How many journals do they subscribe to? The truth is shocking…
In this landmark study researchers demonstrate that this major neurological disorder, affecting up to 1% of UK school children, may be largely a manifestation of Non Coeliac Gluten Sensitivity.
We have is a ton of interesting stuff this month – Paleo and Low Carb research – Eggs are heart healthy – High protein diet controversy – Ostrich eggs for breakfast? – Herbal news – Bison are back
On Thursday evening, at the end of an afternoon of rain, we wove our way across West Sussex to the Knepp Estate, at the invitation
Goldman Sachs reveals that curing patients is a bad business model. The appalling depths of profit-driven medicine threaten all of us.
Veggie ‘sausage’ ban; British peasant diet was healthy; Hard cheese Brexit; More good news for chocolate and coffee lovers; Warnings over green potatoes and dirty ducks…
NHS cardiologist Dr Aseem Malhotra, gives a strongly worded, presentation at the EU about the combination of the food industry and the pharmaceutical industry causing illness and death, for profit. It’s well worth hearing and will definitely surprise you!
The NHS stumbles on – chaotic and on the edge of financial ruin, carnage in its wake… What is this B movie monster we have created?… It’s clearly in need of a silver bullet…
EASTER SPECIAL: Play our Easter egg hunt whilst browsing all the latest nutrition news on Paleo, coffee, microbiome, sleep, seafoods, nuts and vitamin D.
Brits are eating more eggs following a half century of unfounded fears. Here’s the lowdown on these nutritional super-foods.
Tim Noakes is facing a second professional misconduct hearing for holding the wrong views about diet. Petition plus explanatory post from Dr Malcolm Kendrick.
New study finds that unmetabolised artificial folic acid in pregnancy is linked to allergy in offspring whilst levels of natural folate are not.
I’m going to this major UK conference headed by ‘Good Calories Bad Calories’ author Gary Taubes, PLUS Malcolm Kendrick, Zoë Harcombe, Andreas Eenfeldt…
All the latest on: Paleo, Keto, Fish, Eggs and (of course) why there’s no such thing as naturally orange cheese.
In case you missed it, Tim Noakes, the controversial South African professor who promotes a low carb high fat diet for running, was the subject
The recent Best Diet Awards from the U.S. News & World Report, placed low carb diets bottom, claiming they had “No evidence” to support them… Oh really?
A study into the prevalence of oral species of Candida yeasts discovered that vegetarian diets encourage the growth of some pretty ugly critters with health consequences far beyond thrush.
Peterson goes into more detail about the low carb paleo diet that has helped him and his daughter get on top of their autoimmune diseases.