Last updated on September 19th, 2017
This is the weekly digest for my Low Carb Nugget podcast. The latest episodes look at an expert’s argument for feeding your brain meat, not veggies; consider the difference between rigorous exercise and frequent activity, and which may keep you alive longer; and, finally, critique a recent example of dietary advice in mainstream media.
Each title below links to the episode’s show notes at LCHFGazette.com.
A long, detailed, authoritative article looks at the vitamins, minerals and other micro-nutrients essential to brain functioning and mental health, and where those nutrients come from. Where they come from is mostly animal-based foods.
It’s important to be active, to move around. You need to move around every day, and many times a day, if you want to stay healthy, and frankly, alive. A study published this week in the Annals of Internal Medicine drives the point home.
For a long time, big mainstream news outlets followed lock-step with organizations such as the American Heart Association and the FDA. They promoted the low-fat diet, and the “calories in, calories out” model of weight control. But things are slowly changing. At least, I think so.
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