This entry is part 2 of 4 in the series International Symposium on Saturated Fats If you think that eliminating man-made trans-fats means we’re not using man-made saturated fats in our foods, then think again . . . about a process that makese a fat interesterified: Listen to Dr. Kalyana Sundram (30 minutes) This talk…
The FDA has announced that it will significantly restrict Avandia to Type 2 diabetics who cannot control their diabetes on other medications. Now, why doesn’t the FDA suggest something BETTER than medications? And why does Avandia work in such a risky way?
One spoonful of liquified feces, through a nose tube, into the stomach.
Microbiome Expert Rob Knight says that firmicutes are more abundant in the guts of people who are obese. And in people with allergies.
Cancer cells crave sugar and don’t do well at burning fats. So it makes sense that reducing the sugar that’s available to cancer cells might slow them down, while at the same time, improve energy for a person undergoing cancer treatments. It’s not an approach you’ll hear much about in the United States, but this…
If you “feel” addicted to sweets, is it safe to abstain except on weekends? Maybe not. A 2009 study shows the addictive power of sweet treats, at the same time that a new campaign by the American Dairy Counsel was launched to get more children to drink more sweetened chocolate milk. Lead researchers include Pietro…
Keep your blood sugars low in the hospital, and you may heal faster. That’s the take-home message from this talk, presented by Chistopher Fox, MD, of Boulder Endocrinology in Colorado. Dr. Fox gave this presention at a diabetes education symposium in Boulder around 2008. Listen – Hospital Blood Sugars (30 minutes)
Cows live off the microbes in their stomachs.
Do school lunches and snacks have to be sweet and filled with processed foods before kids will eat them? Listen to the Renegade Lunch Lady, Chef Ann Cooper, at Boulder Valley Schools, hear what happens when school lunch gets healthier. Listen (30 Minutes) Healthy School Lunch Chef Ann Cooper This program first broadcast on KGNU
Miriam Vincent, MD, SUNY Downstate, explains why high blood sugars might cause diabetes by killing the beta cells the produce insulin