Foods - Nobody does it better than Georgia Ede
Discussions by Subject
Brain - Key to Keto-Adaptation
Dietary vs Liver made fats
Salt gets its own page
Slides from Garland's Lecture
Tom Naughton - Fat Head
The Bear - Owsley Stanley
All Sorts of Links and Videos
The 20 Myths
Diet and Nutrition for the Australian People
Diet, Nutrition and Biochemistry Blogs and Websites
Discussion on the 'life expectancy' myth
Dental Caries and Carbohydrates
Micronutrients Veg vs. Meat
The Fat of the Land
Alzheimer's - Type 3 Diabetes?
Cancer - General
Cancer - Breast
Cancer - Colon
Cancer - Colorectal (links)
Cancer - Skin
Carbohydrate and Cancer
Diverticular Disease Information - Barry Groves
Links to Studies (and Other Knowledge)
Uffe Ravnskof Commentary
8 Glasses of Water a Day?
To Microwave or Not to Microwave
Political Party Policies On Food Guidelines
Non Diet Tools
Bupa "Consultation" Documents
Greggatshack's Wordpress Blogs
Various and Sundry
My Session With Blocked By Pete Evans
Vic Stone and I on handicapping
HbA1c vs Lipids
Kale vs Liver
The Cure for Diabetes - Men's Health
Test Landing Page
Tui Book 2016
Gregg's Diet Shack
A place to find facts about diet & health
We'll try and group different subjects here and have links to discussions/papers on them.
Bone Health - Acidity/Alkalinity myths
. By Kris Kressor
Protein and or more acidity in your diet will not negatively impact you or your bone health if you have normally functioning kidneys.
Chris Kressor - The Acid-Alkaline Myth: Part 1
Chris Kressor - The Acid-Alkaline Myth: Part 2
Links to Pubmed and other studies on bone density/calcium loss - protein, meat, plant diets (acid/alkaline myths via
Forum with links to studies
The Paradox of Osteoporosis Irreversibility
Robert P. Heaney, M.D.
Discusses the roles of protein and calcium as they apply to bone health.
Fats in the diet
No evidence that saturated fat, cholesterol or fats from animal sources are bad for us
. In fact it is clear that low fat and low saturated fat is a bad condition for us.
The Ketogenic Diet: A Complete Guide for the Dieter and Practitioner
By Lyle McDonald
Does Eating Extra Protein Result in Higher Blood Sugar?
There is much written about whether there is an ideal amount of protein to consume and if eating too much can cause problems.
Here is an article that suggests that extra protein does not raise blood sugar
Measuring Glucose/Ketone Ratio
Does Excess Protein Turn into Glucose?
Dietary Proteins Contribute Little to Glucose Production, Even Under Optimal Gluconeogenic Conditions in Healthy Humans
Can Excess Protein be Stored as Body Fat: Part 1
Can Excess Protein be Stored as Body Fat: Part 2
Excess Protein and Fat Storage: Q&A
Protein ~ Sugar and Fat
If you eat excess protein does it turn into glucose?
Ketosis and Protein
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