diabetes

Ep110 The Origin of the Species – and of our Viral Issue!

Pure gold is all I can say for Episode 110 – that’s what this conversation is! The New York Times, WSJ and all of the media have mused about the origins of this virus – well here we explain the actual science and data, and what IT actually tells us 🙂 Jump straight into the … Ep110 The Origin of the Species – and of our Viral Issue! Read More »

Ep109 Its the Insulin Stupid – Easily Solve it with Science!

Dr. Donal Collins is a super-smart UK GP (famliy doctor) who has cracked the code. He fixed his T2 Diabetes, and has now started a new company to fix everyone else too! (BarlowCollins Ltd) We briefly hear his story and then get in to the data – including the new technology to give on-the-spot insulin … Ep109 Its the Insulin Stupid – Easily Solve it with Science! Read More »

Ep105: Paul Saladino MD – The Meat Controversy and Ultimate Nutrition!

Is meat bad for you? Does meat cause cancer? Does it cause heart disease, or is it a superfood? Are organ meats particularly…the most nutrient-dense foods on our planet? These and many more questions all answered in this super conversation with the super-smart Paul Saladino MD! My new offer from New Zealand friend Warren Matthews … Ep105: Paul Saladino MD – The Meat Controversy and Ultimate Nutrition! Read More »

Low Carb Online Summit – Amazing Lineup of Speakers – Fix your Metabolism!

Hey guys – a big one coming up, and you can enjoy it in the comfort of your own home – for FREE! Dr. Brian Mowll and myself have teamed up to pull together interviews with the leaders in low carb, creating an online summit for you to enjoy, and learn TONS from! LINK TO … Low Carb Online Summit – Amazing Lineup of Speakers – Fix your Metabolism! Read More »

Insulin Prices Triple Since 2010, Leaving Americans to Ration or Travel Abroad for Affordable Meds

The 2010s were an extremely good decade for corporate America. Under President Trump, the stock markets rose to achieve new highs in 2019. But for working Americans, the story was quite different. The federal minimum wage did not increase in monetary value from $7.25 in 2010 (and some states now allow corporations to pay workers less).