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For people interested in Paleo, Primal, real/whole food, keto etc. ways of eating, the Ancestry Foundation have posted video presentations from...
This talk (given at a Low Carb Down Under event at Epworth Hospital Melbourne) summarises the recent research and Type 2 guidelines etc.
New frontiers in health and wellbeing - A personal perspective by Prof Mayur Lakhani:
Not sure if this has been posted elsewhere on the forum, but thought it would fit well here.
Ivor Cummins at Oxford University Fat and...
Low Carb Denver 2019 - Q&A Day 2 Morning Session:
You don't need to post everywhere on the forum to get answers - it comes across like spam. It's also "off peak" hours in the UK where the majority...
Yes, that was the thread - but you're right, I couldn't find it because I thought you started it, but it was someone else.
I was trying to find the perfect thread to post the latest podcast by Ivor Cummins and this one seems to fit the bill. The podcast goes into quite...
Low Carb Denver 2019 - Q&A Day 1 Afternoon Session
Sometimes I'm sorry I left Sydney - and this is one of those times.
Low Carb Down Under are having events in Melbourne and Sydney in October and...
I'd urge anyone with an autoimmune disease to watch the following presentation by Dr Alessio Fasano on intestinal permeability as a necessary...
Looks like the videos are being released!!! The playlist that videos will be added to is:...
Another must watch/listen - Interview of Dr Malcolm Kendrick by Ivor Cummins, "Fat Emperor":
Low Carb Denver 2019 - Q&A Day 1 Morning Session:
7 years with non-diabetic A1c levels for me.
This might be a longer version of the low carb Denver talk?
Anyone interested in this topic would probably enjoy Robb Wolf's book, "Wired To Eat":
More Robb Wolf on junk food etc.
My anecdote: I've been low carb since July 2012 and can't remember the last time I had a cold or flu or having to take an antibiotic for a chest...
Get yourself some electrolytes and see if that helps - esp. add extra salt.