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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 »
Body Fat Loss: Saturated Fat Kicks the Cr*pola Out Of Olive Oil by Dr. B G Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Fri 16 Oct 2009 10:00pm Loren Cordain Is Getting Into Coconut Oil Yes. It is true. O F C O U R S E . . . From Robb, "Cordain likes coconut oil, just as a mix to a standards paleo approach. " ( adrenal post ) Robb cracks me up. Recall Dr. Cordain's recent publication with the history-making conclusion: 'In general, experimental evidence do not suppor ... Read on »
High fat intake - especially saturated fat - is associated with macular degeneration by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted Mon 23 Nov 2009 10:00pm   Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is the leading cause of vision loss in Americans over 60 years of age. This disease involves cell death in the macula of the eye, which has a high density of cone cells and is responsible for central vision. 1   A recent study published in the Archives of Ophthalmology 2 investigated the relationshi ... Read on »
Saturated Fats May Not Be As Bad For Our Heart As We Think by Alvin B. Lin Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Mon 13 Feb 2012 3:00am Paradigm shifts .   Disruptive technologies /innovations.  Upsetting the apple cart of conventional wisdom .   Last Friday, I pointed a study suggesting that fried foods (possibly due to (non-re-)use of olive oil) might not be as bad for our hearts as we've come to believe.  But as I've also pointed out on many occasions, I'm not a believer ... Read on »
Fat (specifically saturated fat)... by Tony G. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 3:49pm Fat (specifically saturated fat) has long been the evil step sister of the dietary world. Thankfully we have people like Jeff Volek (author of the TNT Diet) to help dispel many of these common myths. Lets take a gander at some not so well known facts concerning saturated fat: 1. Replacing carbohydrates with saturated fats-or any ty ... Read on »
Let’s Talk About Fats Again – Saturated Fats by Ng Peng Hock Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:18pm Fat is a source of energy found in foods. It provides around 9 calories per g, more than twice the number provided by protein or carbohydrates. According to WHO, the daily intake of fat should not exceed more than 1/3 of their total energy needs. Basically, there are three main types of fats: saturated, unsaturated and tra ... Read on »
I Eat Beef Fat. And I Like It. [Learning to Love Saturated Fats] by Charlotte H. Patient Expert Posted Thu 26 Apr 2012 11:18pm Confession #1: Today I stopped and bought my boys t-shirts at a garage sale to wear because I haven’t had time to do laundry for two weeks now and everything they own has been worn twice. (Once right side out and once inside out – for the latter, I just tell everyone they dressed themselves. I don’t add that I told them to dress thems ... Read on »
Saturated fat risks cancelled by exercise by Dr. Gabe M. Medical Doctor Posted Sat 23 Aug 2008 3:00pm The Masai of Kenya and Tanzania eat the same type of high animal-fat diet as North Americans, but they have a very low incidence of heart attacks. In spite of the large amount of saturated fats in their diets, they have lower body weights, waist measurements, blood pressures and cholesterol levels ( British Journal of Sports Medicine , July 2008). ... 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 »
The Definitive Guide to Saturated Fat by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 23 Jul 2009 10:00pm It’s probably the one thing that prevents people from fully buying into the Primal Blueprint. Almost anyone can agree with the basic tenets – eating more vegetables, choosing only clean, organic meats, and getting plenty of sleep and exercise is fairly acceptable to the mainstream notion of good nutrition. The concept of Grok and a lifestyle bas ... Read on »