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Dr. Georgia Ede - 'EAT-Lancet's Plant-Based Planet: Food in the (Mis)Anthropocene'
A Diabetologia study: Type 2 diabetes: a multifaceted disease
Abstract: Type 2 diabetes is a complex disease usually diagnosed with little regard...
Interesting and wide-ranging interview of Dr Malcolm Kendrick:...
Another one of Paul Mason's patients:
How Vicky lost 36kg (79lbs) on low carb after a lifetime of low fat dieting and intense exercise:
Lily Nichols - 'Is Low Carb Safe During Pregnancy?'
FULL Ep27: Dave Feldman on LDL and All Cause Mortality - Does Cholesterol Kill You?
A new interview of Dave Feldman by Ivor Cummins:
PART 1 of 2 - Dave Feldman on LDL and All Cause Mortality - Does Cholesterol Kill You?
Photosensitivity can be a fairly common reaction with some medications.
Posted on Youtube by Dr Paul Mason - a patient's journey:
From Weight Watchers to Low Carb : How I reclaimed my health from diabetes and...
PODCAST Ep26 - Dr Paul Mason on Advanced Cholesterol Tests and Much Much More
My history is similar to @bobrobert - I had an ultrasound because of gallbladder/liver pain a couple of years prior to being diagnosed with Type...
PART 5 of 5 - Dr Paul Mason on Advanced Cholesterol - #Lectins #FODMAP #Magnesium:
A new talk by Dr Sarah Halberg at Cross-Fit for those who may be interested.
Dr. Sarah Hallberg on Carb Restriction as a Sustainable Diabetes...
New interview of Peter Attia by Mike Mutzel for those interested in the subject.
Autophagy Fasting, & mTOR Inhibitors - Peter Attia, MD:
Just realised I posted this on the wrong thread, so moving it here.
Dr. Mariela Glandt - 'Reawakening the pancreas in Type 2 Diabetes'
PART 4 of 5 - Dr Paul Mason on Advanced Cholesterol - #CGM #Lectins #Parkinsons
PART 3 of 5 - Dr Paul Mason on Advanced Cholesterol - #CAC, #CIMT, #Glycation, HOMA-IR
PART 2 of 5 - Dr Paul Mason on Advanced Cholesterol Tests and Much Much More
Think it was called "Fixing Dad".
Yes, I get them periodically too - mostly just the visual disturbances (almost like strobe effects) but very rarely progresses to painful headache...