No, I'm not talking about Quilt. :-)
This gentleman is a professor at the main college in my neck of the woods, and he presents a very Taubes-like discussion during USF's version of a professor "Meet and Greet". For some reason, my years of success with eating lower-carb paleo never convinced my mom, yet this guy did. Maybe it's because she's a nurse and he's got a Ph.D (even though her commentary on Doctors is usually less than favorable).
Anyway, what do you guys think of Dr. Diamond's presentation?
Bonus Question: Anyone know if there is a specific reason why Neurosurgeons "get it" and gen-pracs and actual dietary researchers are still totally flipping clueless?
My thoughts: If you have already seen Taubes' presentation or read Good Calories, Bad Calories you'll get the gist of the message.
Unlike Taubes, this study outright accuses the Pharmaceutical companies for taking Ancel Key's ball and running with it.
"Doctor David Diamond" sounds like a porn name.
Stoked this guy is a local, and I plan on reaching out to him to show him my fairly strict statistical data detailing activity, food, and weight as well as other biomarkers (resting pulse, waist and neck measurements), and the results in weightloss that I've had.