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Study: Low-Carb Lowers, Low-Fat Diet Increases Inflammation, Saturated Fat In The Blood by Jimmy M. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 1:36pm Dr. Jeff Volek says controlling insulin is vital to blood lipids A little over two years ago, I shared with you this study on the connection between metabolic syndrome and livin' la vida low-carb . The researchers were Dr. Jeff Volek from the University of Connecticut and Dr. Richard Feinman from SUNY Downstate Medical ... Read on »
Benefits of High-Saturated Fat Diets (Part II): Centenarians, CETP, TYP Diet Part 3 by Dr. B G Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Tue 09 Jun 2009 9:52pm We've been talking a lot of about increasing dietary saturated fatty acids (SFAs) at TYP. The Part 3 Track Your Plaque Diet was published approximately half a year ago and I've been remiss in not promoting it more sooner. The NEW Track Your Plaque Diet: Part 3 Special Issues -- Lp(a) -- Apo E -- Diabetes -- Pre-diabetes -- Metabolic ... Read on »
Benefits of High-Saturated Fat Diets (Part I) by Dr. B G Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Sun 07 Jun 2009 10:10pm Results above -- click to enlarge. What's a 46% fat diet? Perhaps what our stone-age ancestors consumed during happy, reproductive, fertile times? The diet compared 6% Sat Fat (low fat) to 18% Sat Fat (high fat) in a little discussed publication by Krauss et al, one of the founders of NMR lipoprotein density technology here in the ... Read on »
Benefits of High-Saturated Fat Diets (Part V): The Okinawans by Dr. B G Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Sat 15 Aug 2009 10:08pm Goya Chanpuru dish courtesy ofTastyIsland According to Dr. Wilcox, Principal Investor for the Okinawa Centenarian Study that started in 1975, "Among the entire population, which takes a sparing approach to food, there is 90 percent less coronary artery disease than in the wider world, a third less incidence of cancer, and breast cancer is v ... Read on »
Saturated fat in diet and post-treatment PSA failure by Dr. Arnon Krongrad Medical Doctor Posted Mon 29 Sep 2008 4:46pm A few weeks ago, Strom et al. reported an apparent association between the amount of saturated fat in patients’ diets following treatment for localized disease and their risk for biochemical failure. This report just came to our attention. However, it is a retrospective analysis of historic data and therefore needs to be interpreted with some ... Read on »
Benefits of High-Saturated Fat Diets In Heart Patients (Part IV) by Dr. B G Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Wed 24 Jun 2009 11:45am Few studies review the benefits of high-saturated fat diets in actual heart disease patients. Perhaps, researchers worry about... M A L P R A C T I C E . . . ? Like urban myths, do such studies exist? Indeed studies of high saturated fat diets in heart disease patients IN FACT do EXIST. LA...la la la... I feel on top of the world... ... Read on »
Yet another major review finds no reason at all to limit saturated fat in the diet by Dr. John B. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 21 Mar 2014 5:19am Conventional nutritional advice varies a bit depending on who you ask, but there are a few constants. One is the importance of limiting saturated fat in favour of polyunsaturated fat. Most Governments, doctors and dieticians would therefore have us eschew foods such as red meat, dairy products and butter in favour of vegetable oils, oily fish ... Read on »
Benefits of High-Saturated Fat Diets (Part III): My Paleo Peeps With High HDLs by Dr. B G Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Fri 12 Jun 2009 4:45pm Wanna know what impresses? Gambling...? Gawwds, no...got no pokerface... (Lady Gaga) Tell me your labs. (Or show me ur abs...j/k) You'll get a reaction. Yeah, you thought... I was... e a s y. *ahhhaa* I'm not. This is what we do on the TYP forum... the reaction can vary: wonderful!! v. consider doing x, y, z for regression/ st ... Read on »
Can we really cut our risk of heart attack by substituting good fats for bad? by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted Thu 25 Mar 2010 11:42am A review of previous studies clarifies the current thinking regarding the health benefits of eating polyunsaturated fats. In the UK heart disease is the most common cause of death. Aloninking reg with smoking & lack of exercise, eating too much saturated fat can be a contributory factor. These fats cause an increase in the level of bad chol ... Read on »
Fats in your diet by Bill .. Posted Mon 23 May 2011 5:32pm Fats in your diet Fats are always looked at as a negative in a diet…well in almost all diets anyway, as Atkins tends to think that they are OK. The reason that most people try to avoid fats is that they tend to be less of a priority for your body to metabolize; the body would rather metabolize the carbohydrat ... Read on »