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Bad Fat Doesn't Always Mean a Big Ass - Targeting High Cholesterol by Amanda Health Maven Posted Thu 13 May 2010 11:31am Yes I have absolutely been tardy with my postings.  That being said - I'm kind of proud of myself. I am an A type. You know like to win, like to speak last, like to dance on tables the best - you get the idea.  But lately (the entire last 6 months) - my work, my kids, my home and crazy life stuff has made my need and fun stuff take a backseat. ... Read on »
Saturated Fats: Now With Less Evil! by Charlotte H. Patient Expert Posted Mon 19 Oct 2009 10:02pm Armageddon has arrived. I know it is the end times because I currently have this sitting on my counter: That's right, at this very moment, a brick of honest-to-goodness liposuctioned-from-swine lard that I purchased and brought into my own home of my own accord is sitting in my kitchen. I know, I can't believe it either. This little br ... Read on »
Susan Allport’s The Queen of Fat... by Seth Roberts .. Doctor of Philosophy Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 12:28am Susan Allport’s The Queen of Fats is the best introduction to omega-3 fatty acids and their importance that I know of. I learned a lot from it (and interviewed the author ). This is why its errors are interesting; they shed light on the big nutritional misconceptions of our time (as Weston Price, the subject of yesterday’s post , did in a di ... 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 »
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 »
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 »
In Defense of (Saturated) Fat Part 2 by Nutritionista Posted Wed 16 Mar 2011 9:56am For Part 1, see this post . It’s no secret that I heart fat , so it should be no surprise that I love when articles come out in the mainstream press vindicating fat and vilifying sugar/processed food. It’s so satisfying to see the dietary principles that have worked so well for me and my YNC clients get backed up by science. ... Read on »
Diet Tactic You Must Know To Lose Fat by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Sat 22 Nov 2008 7:04pm Let’s get a look at protein. Did you know the wide majority of your body is protein? That’s right. If all the water were removed from your body, 80% of what stayed would be consisted of protein. Your hair and nails take in protein in them, as do your brain, bones, heart, kidneys, even your skin. You must deduce the ok sum of protein from your die ... 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 »
Errors in The Queen of Fats by Seth Roberts .. Doctor of Philosophy Posted Tue 22 Jul 2008 8:12pm Susan Allport’sThe Queen of Fatsis the best introduction to omega-3 fatty acids and their importance that I know of. I learned a lot from it (andinterviewed the author). This is why its errors are interesting; they shed light on the big nutritional misconceptions of our time (as Weston Price, the subject ofyesterday’s post, did in a different way ... Read on »