Last updated on September 19th, 2017
This is the weekly digest for my Low Carb Nugget podcast. In the latest episodes of podcast, I discussed solutions to problems big and small. Starting big, I looked at the idea of growing food indoors under artificial light as a way of feeding the world. Then I looked at the most recent research to find that eating lots of carbs and little fat won’t extend your life, and may end it. Finally, on a personal level, I considered plans for continuing my blog, my podcast, and my LCHF journey.
Each title below links to the episode’s show notes at LCHFGazette.com.
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Those who eat a diet that includes meat and other animal-based food sometimes face criticism on two grounds. First, the diet is deemed cruel. Second, it is deemed unsustainable. Is either objection valid? Can we live on soy-burgers and indoor-lettuce alone?
Evidence continues to come in that undermines the Lipids Theory of Cardiovascular Disease — the theory that dietary fat causes heart attacks. The latest contradictory evidence is in a big, global study published online this week by the respected medical journal, The Lancet.
Today is the start of the 5th month of this podcast, and we’re half way to a hundred episodes. It seems like a good time to reflect, and lay out some plans.