Hi everyone. I'm new to PaleoHacks as I user but I've been reading a lot of your posts over the past several months. Thank you for all of your research and anecdotes which coupled with some Google Scholar hunting guided me in eventually adopting an LCKD which has helped me loose wait, attain higher concentration levels at work and NOT fall asleep at my desk between meals. I don't keep a diet journal :(, but I think me diet might high in fat: lots of butter, heavy creams, cheeses, fatty meats, coconut oils, etc.
Sorry for the rather controversial question, but this is reference to a cognitive-dissonance-challenging study I found this morning A high-fat diet impairs cardiac high-energy phosphate metabolism and cognitive function in healthy human subjects (http://www.ajcn.org/content/93/4/748.abstract). I was almost worried until I saw it was 5d study. Nonetheless, has anyone read the full text to the study or have any other insights to share? I feel my own anecdote following several months of adhering to the diet resolves to me personally any fear of cognitive impairment, but cardiac function is something I don't know how to assess as well; so there's still a small pin of worry in me from this.