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 »
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 »
Podcast Episode 95 is a fascinating explanation of the Glycome – a crucial part of chronic disease and longevity. Uber-expert Professor Gordan Lauc brings us through the magic, and explains what it means for our long-term health! Gordan can be found also on Twitter at https://twitter.com/GordanLauc, where he argues science hard – just like me! … Ep95 The Wonders of the Glycome – Professor Gordan Lauc Reveals Read More »
Podcast Episode 92 is a lively chat with my friend Dr. Bill Schindler, Associate Professor of Anthropology and Archaeology. Wow does he know the history of what determined the perfect human diet – and he knows how to tell the story! You can find Bill here: https://www.drbillschindler.com/ Bill visited us in Ireland, and so we … Ep92 Professor of Anthropology Reveals the REAL Optimal Human Diet! Read More »
The holidays are officially over, and although you may still be picking at leftovers and what’s left in the office cookie tin, it’s time to start thinking about how to make THIS year a healthy year… again!
U.S. News & World Report, which calls itself “the global authority in rankings and consumer advice,” has just published its annual assessment of the year’s Best Diets. The platform offers pretty much all the information you could possibly ask for on more than 40 diets.
Although it is often associated with the high-protein Atkins diet, ketogenic diets are useful for more than just weight control. These are classified by their very low carbohydrate content, low enough to push the body’s metabolism into using ketones, which are breakdown products of fats, for energy. One other purpose of the ketogenic diet is as a cancer treatment, often alongside other conventional and/or natural therapies.