A few months ago someone forwarded me a clip from The Dr. Oz Show where Dr. Oz and Gary Taubes were having a discussion about the merits of carbohydrate restriction. You can read about it Continue Reading
Categories: Nutrition & Health, Personal, Sports Nutrition, Weight Loss
Tags: athletic performance, carb restriction, Dr. Oz, gary taubes, low carb, low carb training, peak performance, peter attia
On January 11 an article was published in the NY Times Health blog section titled, “Exercise hormone may fight obesity and diabetes.” The ...
Categories: Nutrition & Health, Sports Nutrition, Weight Loss
Tags: BAT, brown adipose tissue, brown fat, diabetes, exercise, exercise and weight loss, fat loss, hormone, hormones, insulin, irisin, NY Times, weight loss
(YouTube link: http://youtu.be/1o31A0Ptc3g)
This video is part of the interview I did for Open Water Source, but most of what ...
Categories: Nutrition & Health, Sports Nutrition
Any discussion on the culpability of poor nutrition as the cause of our health woes begins with a discussion on sugar. One of the world’s experts on this topic is Dr. Robert Lustig, ...
Categories: Nutrition & Health, Weight Loss
Tags: fat, fatty liver, heart disease, obesity, sugar
On January 1, NY Times wellness columnist, Tara Parker-Pope, wrote an article in the NYT Magazine titled Continue Reading
Categories: Books & Articles, Nutrition & Health, Weight Loss
Tags: diabetes, gary taubes, ghrelin, hanlon's razor, insulin, leptin, NY Times, obesity, peptide YY, tara parker-pope, weight loss
My last post addressed a point that has historically (and currently) led to great confusion – the idea of what causes obesity. In the previous post, discussing what I call “Continue Reading
Tags: cause versus effect, debate, fat, insulin, obesity, thermodynamics, weight loss
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