Here is a before- and after- summary of the lab data for the 2004 Nutrition Think Tank, which was led by Dr. Ron Rosedale. Labs tests were generously donated by Esoterix Lab (now Nichols Lab, I think), and included a standard cholesterol panel plus more in-depth tests, such as for the hormones leptin and insulin. …
In August, 2004, the Nutrition Think Tank has been on a low-carb, adequate protein, high-quality fat diet for roughly 6 weeks. Many participants report their bodies are now “fat-burners,” instead of metabolically depending on carbohydrates. Spirits are high as Think Tank members tell Dr. Ron Rosedale about losing weight, seeing blood pressure drop, and other benefits. In addition to enjoying the…
Listen (roughly 1 hour) This recording takes place about three weeks into the 2004 Boulder Nutrition Think Tank healthy eating program. Some people are feeling great, with high energy and a significant reductions of symptoms such as aching joints, water retention, high blood pressure and so on. But others are feeling LESS energy, headachey or…
Dr. Ron Rosedale clarifies the nuts and bolts of undertaking a healthy eating program.
A 2008 Duke University has shown that standard diabetes education fails to reduce high blood sugar, high blood pressure, obesity and heart attacks. But what about non-standard education? Listen – 30 Minutes
One thinks of insulin as strictly to lower blood sugar. Today in the clinic there was a patient listing off her drugs, she listed about eight drugs she was on and didn’t even mention insulin. Insulin is not treated as a drug. In fact, in some places you don’t even need a prescription, you can just get it over the counter, it’s treated like candy.
Why do cholesterol drug side effects happen? What if these symptoms turn into something deadly, such as Rhabdomyolysis?
Ron Rosedale is a medical doctor who is one of the world’s leading experts in using nutritional approaches to prevent, and often reverse, chronic health problems such as diabetes, heart disease and obesity.
Dr. Ron Rosedale volunteered to lead the 1st Nutrition Think Tank program for free, as a way to reach out to people who want to figure out a way to help not only their own health, but the health of their community.
Pilar and Dequan share the “Last Suppers” they enjoy, of foods they suspect they’ll be giving up for at least a while, as they head into healthier eating.