This weekend I read the book The Salt Fix: Why the Experts Got it All Wrong – and How Eating More Might Save Your Life by Dr. James DiNicolantonio. I wasn’t sure I would get much value from the book … [continue reading]
It has been 4 years since I did my 3-part series on the problem with PUFA (Polyunsaturated Fats) that kicked off with The Common Enemy in Nutrition. Although I have altered my opinion on many things related to health … [continue reading]
The latest battle in the never-ending Carb Wars involves a narrative that the sugar lobby was suppressing scientists from publishing research that was unfavorable to sugar. As with any lobby group, there may be some truth, but what is implied … [continue reading]
I’ve been adding books to my Kindle for a few months, but until I arrived in California I hadn’t gotten around to reading most of them. This week I read three.
#1 Healing Teeth
How I Healed My Teeth Eating … [continue reading]
My thoughts on nutrition have changed quite a bit in last few years. I was just going through the archives and I came across the post I did after my December 2011 trip to Ohio. In the post Paleo in … [continue reading]
There is a big divide in the nutritional blogs I read about sugar. Most conventional and Paleo type blogs are still anti-sugar. Many claim that sugar is toxic, inflammatory and more likely to be fattening than other foods. On the … [continue reading]