Resistance to exercise-induced weight loss: compensatory behavioral adaptations

In many interventions that are based on an exercise program intended to induce weight loss, the mean weight loss observed is modest and sometimes far less than the individual expected. PMC: Resistance to exercise-induced weight loss: compensatory behavioral adaptations The individual responses are also widely variable, with some individuals losing a substantial amount of weight, […]

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Dr. Stephen Phinney – ‘The Case For Nutritional Ketosis’

Dr. Phinney is a physician-scientist who has spent 35 years studying diet, exercise, fatty acids, and inflammation. He has published over 70 papers and several patents. He received his MD from Stanford University, his PhD in Nutritional Biochemistry from MIT, and post-doctoral training at the University of Vermont and Harvard.

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I Can Make You Fat

How? It’s really quite simple. I prescribe you insulin. Insulin is a natural hormone but excessive insulin causes obesity. IDT: Making Human Foie Gras – T2D 20 Insulin is prescribed to lower blood glucose in both type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Virtually every patient taking insulin and every prescribing physician knows very well that […]

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Diabetes in numbers

1 in 11 adults have diabetes (415 million) 46.5% of adults with diabetes are undiagnosed 12% of global health expenditure is spent on diabetes ($673 billion) By 2040, 1 adult in 10 (642 million) will have diabetes 1 in 7 births is affected by gestational diabetes Three quarters of people with diabetes live in low and middle […]

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Ketosis and Ketones w/ Dr. Dominic D’Agostino Ketogenic Diet Expert & Fat Burn

Ketosis and ketones what are they. When in a ketotic state, carbohydrate intake is so low that the body shifts over from burning glucose as a primary source of fuel to using fat and its own fat stores for energy. Essentially, when in ketosis you become a “fat burner” instead of a “sugar burner.” Our […]

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Full-Fat Milk vs. Skimmed Milk

n recent years, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) has recommended that toddlers switch to semi-skimmed milk from the age of two, as part of efforts to prevent obesity. The Telegraph: Children who drink full-fat milk end up slimmer than those on skimmed  But research on more than 2,700 children found those given full-fat versions ended […]

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Alzheimer’s disease found to be a diabetic disorder of the brain

Researchers at Tohoku University have found a promising treatment for Alzheimer’s disease, by noticing a similarity in the way insulin signaling works in the brain and in the pancreas of diabetic patients. Scienmag: Alzheimer’s disease found to be a diabetic disorder of the brain The research group, led by Dr. Moriguchi and Professor Kohji Fukunaga […]

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Putting Insulin Resistance Centre-Stage: TED Talk Dr. Rangan Chatterjee

Can you actually make a disease disappear? Dr Rangan Chatterjee thinks you can. Often referred to as the doctor of the future, Rangan is changing the way that we look at illness and how medicine will be practised in years to come. He highlighted his methods in the groundbreaking BBC TV show, Doctor In The […]

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