Keto Cures Lymphoma and Humans Evolved to Eat Meat

I get so much stuff in my inboxes that I want to comment on and can never find the time.  I’ve decided to make a short video where I can rant into the camera and not have to write a long post.  Hope you enjoy it.

Modified ketogenic diet in lymphoma: A case series in the Veteran Affairs Pittsburgh Healthcare System. – 3 case studies that show the benefits for cancer of the ketogenic diet.  Wow!

The keto moment – So cool to see Vox covering this.

Obstructive sleep apnea may be one reason depression treatment doesn’t work – Not saying that depression isn’t real but if you have it and you aren’t eating right, getting some exercise, some sun, plenty of sleep and have people in your life that loved you, you aren’t giving yourself a fighting chance.

Ketogenic Diet-Induced Weight Loss is Associated with an Increase in Vitamin D Levels in Obese Adults – July 2019 – Again, Vitamin D levels are a marker of the other things in your life you are doing to improve your health.

Mediterranean diet during pregnancy reduces gestational diabetes and weight gain – The more whole foods in your diet, the healthier you are.

Researchers get a handle on how to control blood sugar after stroke – Such a great example of how to do a bad experiment.

A Hypothesis to Explain the Role of Meat Eating in Human Evolution – I really need to get this person on the podcast.

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