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Low-carb advocate Jimmy Moore recently had me back on his podcast as part of this ‘encore week’. Jimmy asked his guests to vote for which previous guest they would like to see back on his show and, flatteringly, I made the top 5. In our interview Jimmy and I discuss patient empowerment and some little […]
More misinformation from bread manufacturers Warburtons, the French paradox is not a paradox, and simply mental tricks to enhance motivation.
Matt Edmundson emailed me awhile back relaying the story of what happened when he read and applied the principles laid out in my book Waist Disposal. His daughter, it turns out, used to call him ‘baggy belly’, but not anymore! After Escape the Diet Trap was released, Matt kindly asked to interview me about the […]
In the podcast below, my friend Carl Munson and I discuss my new book Escape the Diet Trap – lose weight for good without calorie-counting, extensive exercise or hunger. More details about the book can be found here. To purchase the book on amazon click here: To purchase the kindle version of the book click […]
Anti-’detox’ stance is unscientific and defies common sense, calcium and vitamin D may help rid the body of toxic fat, fever appears to rev up the immune system. For RSS feeds, click onhere.
What should we eat before exercise, the impact food has on cholesterol is irrelevant, lower-carb diet best for women with PCOS. For RSS feeds, click onhere.
Low-carb diets seem to be good for cancer, aspirin largely ineffective for heart disease prevention (just like statins), questions raised over role of HDL-cholesterol in cardiovascular disease. For RSS feeds, click on http://www.podcastmachine.com/podcasts/8966 and then the ‘RSS feeds’ button to the right. For help regarding the playing, downloading and subscribing of the podcasts, click here.
How often should we eat, one way to prevent flu is to catch flu, FDA swallows drug company hype without thinking. For RSS feeds, click on http://www.podcastmachine.com/podcasts/8966 and then the ‘RSS feeds’ button to the right. For help regarding the playing, downloading and subscribing of the podcasts, click here.
Water does not prevent dehydration (according to the EU), why a diet that does not cause weight gain is not necessarily healthy, mammography very unlikely to save a woman’s life. For RSS feeds, click on http://www.podcastmachine.com/podcasts/8966 and then the ‘RSS feeds’ button to the right. For help regarding the playing, downloading and subscribing of the […]
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