“The laws of thermodynamics say nothing about obesity. They’re completely irrelevant. They’re always true, Jillian! (LAUGHTER) But they say nothing about why we get fat.” – Gary Taubes May 2013
This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series International Symposium on Saturated Fats Are national nutrition recommendations that urge Americans to limit saturated fat based on bad science? Yes, says Richard Feinman, SUNY Downstate professor and chairman of the Metabolism Society. Listen to Richard Feinman (15 minutes)
The surprise death rate has led some U.S. physicians to push an uncommon diet as a way to lower blood sugar.
Miriam Vincent, MD, SUNY Downstate, explains why high blood sugars might cause diabetes by killing the beta cells the produce insulin
How the Inuit of the Arctic Circle ran 30 miles a day on a low carb diet and how professional bicyclists can eat this way.
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.