I’m always happy to find quality information online that helps continue the education about the tremendous benefits of high-fat, low-carb diets on your health. From insulin resistance, heart disease, obesity, saturated fat, sugar, calories, alcohol, fruits and veggies, cholesterol and more, these are the things that are most important in debating what to do about your diet to positively change your health for the better. It’s the way of eating that has no doubt prevented me from following my brother Kevin to an early grave at the age of 41 as a result of poor nutritional choices. But had I not come to an understanding and embracement of livin’ la vida low-carb, I would likely be weighing close to 600 pounds, diabetic, possibly had a heart attack and no doubt following in the same footsteps of my brother. Needless to say, low-carb has saved my life!
The following series of videos is presented by a physician-directed company called Specialty Health and were recorded on December 15, 2011. The videos feature the Chairman/Medical Director of Specialty Health named Dr. James Greenwald “Greenie” interviewing New York Times bestselling science writer of Good Calories Bad Calories and Why We Get Fat Gary Taubes alongside a physician who is a huge proponent of carbohydrate-restriction for patients named Dr. Thomas Dayspring, MD FACP, FNLA, NCMP. They had quite the roundtable discussion on so many topics of interest broken down into bite-sized chunks for you. The first video is the longest at a half-hour, but the rest are around 10-15 minutes each. ENJOY!
SUGAR – Could be the primary cause of insulin resistance
FAT ONE: Milk, eggs and lamb chops
FAT TWO: A calorie is not a calorie!
FRUITS and VEGGIES: Which ones are good and which to avoid!
ARTICLE: A case of pre-diabetes
BEST CASE EVER