Alzheimer disease is complex but if all research done is scrutinised and evaluated the solution is actually much simpler. Alzheimers treatment is based on the assumption that it is cause by b-amyloid and tau tangles and the current available treatment is geared to remove the amyloid out of the brain. Unfortunately drug companies spent billions... Continue Reading →
What does flaxseed has to do with cancer? When plant lignans are metabolised by intestinal bacteria they form enterolactone. Lignans are one of the major classes of phytoestrogens that are estrogen-like chemicals and also act as antioxidants. Source of Lignin Amount per 100 g Flaxseed 300,000 µg (0.3 g) Sesame seed 29,000 µg (29 mg) Broccoli Cauliflower Cabbage... Continue Reading →
Important to understand that a LCHF diet to be effective for diabetes, obesity and metabolic syndrome it must contain less than 50 gram carbohydrates. Remember it is not so much how much you eat but what you eat. We do not believe in the CICO theory, where you believe that you will loose weight if... Continue Reading →
Evacetrapib is a drug under development by Eli Lilly that inhibits cholesterolester transfer protein. In a phase 2 trial it was seen as a wonder drug with the following effects: Decrease LDL levels by 35%. Increase HDL levels by 130%. In a randomised control study by A. Michael Lincoff et all, the ACCELERATE trial, 12,092... Continue Reading →
Published 9 October 2018: BMJ Case Reports: S. Furmili et al. Summary of article: This case series documents three patients referred to the Intensive Dietary Management clinic in Toronto, Canada, for insulin-dependent type 2 diabetes. It demonstrates the effectiveness of therapeutic fasting to reverse their insulin resistance, resulting in cessation of insulin therapy while maintaining... Continue Reading →
Hypertension or on treatment: 90% of cases. Cholesterol treatment: 70% of cases. Inactive and lack of energy: 80% of cases. Gout: 35% of cases. Obesity: 80% of cases. Cancer: 25% of cases. Low grade inflammation (feel warm): 60% of cases Fast heart rate. (tachycardia): 60% of cases.
In an excellent review by Noakes and Wind in the British Journal of sport, the two authors evaluate the value of a LCHF diet and without fear or favour pointed out the benefits and pitfalls of such a diet. What follow is a summary of this article. The original article appears in Br. J Sports... Continue Reading →
In an article in the new York time By MATT RICHTEL and ANDREW JACOBSMARCH dated 23 March 2018 American adults continue to put on the pounds. New data shows that nearly 40 percent of them were obese in 2015 and 2016, a sharp increase from a decade earlier, federal health officials reported Friday. The prevalence... Continue Reading →