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by 10 · about 21 hours ago

Hi I'm 19 obese male, 230 pounds. I just have a few questions I would like answered based on your own experience and knowledge. 1.) Is it better for me to buy mainly grass fed tallow or cold pressed coconut oil? I am on a budget now and so I... (more)

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NewPaleon 0 · July 20, 2013 at 4:23 PM

When I started Paleo a year ago, I had awful cravings for cookies, chips, etc. Then I read the Perfect Health Diet and started eating 1/2 - 1 cup of white rice with lunch and dinner and my cravings are mostly gone. I also do IF most days.... (more)

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by 147 · about 21 hours ago

If you are on a ketogenic or very low carb (VLC) diet (e.g. with 50-100gr carb/day and/or eating ketone producing MCT oils such as coconut oil), you may have a dilemma of having high Blood Glucose (BG) despite eating LC: If you are keto adapted,... (more)

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Namby_Pamby 0 · March 29, 2012 at 2:51 PM

The overall issue is insulin sensitivity and the effect is somewhat exaggerated. The prior studies cited by Jaminet and others had rather large A1c ranges: 0.5 intervals. I doubt a VLC diet will push your FBG too much above 110. If you do, you... (more)

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by 16131 · about 22 hours ago

Safe Starches: Kurt Harris says this: Paul Jaminet says this: and NOW Ron Rosedale says this: and this:and this: and this: and this and this:. My head is truly spinning about this. I am confused. I know what works for me personally, but I... (more)

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Travis_Culp 0 · October 05, 2011 at 1:00 AM

So he thinks that nearly everyone has diabetes and that glucose is always a glycating poison. OK, so why does the body still force (mostly via the metabolically costly, and one might argue toxic, process of gluconeogenesis) a blood glucose level... (more)

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by 641 · about 22 hours ago

I was reminded the other day about the section in GCBC regarding Cynthia Kenyon's research linking carbohydrates and longevity (that is, at least for C. elegans). Adding glucose to C. elegans' diet significantly reduced its lifespan via an... (more)

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Ron_Rosedale_M_D_ 0 · August 28, 2011 at 1:16 PM

Aging, and health, are not related to caloric restriction per se. It is related to nutrient sensing hormones and pathways that caloric restriction effects that in turn greatly influences genetic expression towards a longevity phenotype. The same... (more)

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