Posts Tagged 'glucose'

Ketosis – advantaged or misunderstood state? (Part II)

Ketosis – advantaged or misunderstood state? (Part II)

When I wrote part I of this post, I naively assumed this would only be a two-part series. However, so many great questions and comments emerged from the discussion that I realize it’s worth spending much more time on this important and misunderstood topic. In terms of setting expectations, I suspect this series will require at least four parts, after which I hope to get back to finishing up The Straight Dope on Cholesterol series.

So, back to the ...

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Gravity and insulin: the dynamic duo

Gravity and insulin: the dynamic duo

Last week I wrote about how carbohydrates are effectively a performance-enhancing substance, at least for certain performances in certain people.  I received many great questions, including some challenging this suggestion, which really pleases me because it demonstrates folks are thinking about tradeoffs and questioning everything.

Is carbohydrate reduction or outright restriction “right” for everyone?  I doubt it.  Besides oxygen and water the list of “universal truths” for human health is pretty short.  Parenthetically, one can still overdose on both ...

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