This Week in Low Carb News: EPIC Interview and Male PCOS

Every week I come across a bunch of articles I want to tweet about and comment on and every week I run out of time to do it.  This is my attempt to clear out the open tabs on my browser by putting them all in one place.  Enjoy!

EPIC Provisions: How This Husband + Wife Went From Being Vegan To Starting A Meat-Based Snack Brand – Love this interview from the makers of EPIC products.  Their Salt and Pepper Pork Rinds are amazing!

Kellogg’s paid ‘independent experts’ $13,000 a year to push their breakfast cereals without telling anyone they worked for the company – Ever wonder why so many dietitians recommend terrible breakfast cereals instead of healthy breakfast foods like bacon and eggs?  Could it be they are directly paid by companies like Kellogg’s and not disclosing that fact?  Probably.

Carbohydrates, Not Saturated Fat, Are Correlated with Cardiovascular Disease – Very good breakdown of some of the issues with the “What the Health” doc.

Is There a Male Equivalent to PCOS? – Looks like Insulin affects the reproductive organs in men as well as women.  Once again, large amounts of insulin is bad for everyone.

Keto diet: a dietitian on what you need to know – Interesting article from a dietitian.  Couple things I certainly don’t agree with but at least the author is making an attempt at fairness.

Fact check: Is sugar consumption down while obesity rates have risen? – Coca Cola is claiming that sugar consumption is down while obesity rates continue to rise.  This article points out the problems with that statement.

Please do not try to survive on an all-meat diet – Another article from Sara Chodosh about things she doesn’t understand.  I took her to task over her last article here but this poor girl doesn’t understand the basics.

I loved Dr DiNicolantonio’s last book, The Salt Fix so I’m looking forward to this.

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