Recently, I discovered the site Slime Mold Time Mold and their Chemical Hunger series. It is basically a mini-book that makes the case that environmental contaminants are the reason for the obesity epidemic. It is fascinating and it has … [continue reading]
I’m way behind on my nutrition book summaries. In this post, I’ll cover three excellent books that approach nutrition from different viewpoints that compliment each other nicely.
Deep Nutrition: Why Your Genes Need Traditional Food
Many of the readers of … [continue reading]
After Obama nominated a tax cheat to run the United States Treasury, who could have imagined that we’d get a more ironic nomination. The new Surgeon General is Regina Benjamin and her prime health mission is tackling obesity. She is … [continue reading]
After posting Carbohydrate Observations From Malaysia, I returned to the streets of Kuala Lumpur to look for more patterns to support or refute by observations.
The first thing I want to clarify is that Malaysian women are overweight, not … [continue reading]
* Note that my Malaysian observations were all inside Kuala Lumpur. Things may be different outside the city.
Malaysia has a problem that its neighbor Thailand doesn’t: obesity. Wherever I went in Thailand the people were trim. Age didn’t … [continue reading]
Last night I watched the documentary Killer at Large: Why Obesity is America’s Greatest Threat. Although I will give this film a slight thumbs-up, it has problems. Killer at Large tries to tackle every angle of the obesity … [continue reading]