I’ve started a new site – please check it out

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Hey everyone. I've decided to start a new site. I'll probably keep on writing some articles here, but it will be more of a personal type of blog with weight loss updates and stuff like that and I won't be writing as frequently. My new in-depth articles will be posted on AuthorityNutrition.com. If you're reading this, then I'd really appreciate it if you would check out the new … [Read more...]

The 4 Hour Chef – Interview With Bestselling Author Tim Ferriss

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How would you feel if you got the opportunity to interview your favorite author? Excited, right? That's how I felt one morning in October when I opened my inbox and saw a message from one of Tim's assistants, inviting me to do an interview with him about his new book, The 4 Hour Chef. Having read his other books, I was excited. Tim Ferriss is among my all-time favorite authors. … [Read more...]

Make Your Life Easier by Becoming “Intolerant” to Sugar and Gluten

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We've all been there. Sitting at a restaurant with our friends, dreading the moment the waiter comes along to take our order. We know what's going to happen. Someone will give us a weird look or ask us an annoying question when we give the waiter special instructions. Someone might even laugh or roll their eyes and look at us as if we belonged in a mental asylum. Telling … [Read more...]

Sunday Share: Vegan Babies, Meat Muffins and The Obesity Epidemic

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It is time for another Sunday Share, where I link to articles, news pieces, YouTube videos, recipes and other interesting things I've come across during the week. Some of these I've found in my RSS Reader, others via Google+. In the News LA Times has an article on how vegan mothers should allow their children to grow up as omnivores until they are old enough to make their own … [Read more...]

Sunday Share: Earthing, Baby Carrots and Dr. Lustig on 60 Minutes

This is a new feature on my blog. Every Sunday, I will link to articles, news pieces, YouTube videos, recipes and epic forum threads I've come across. Some of these I've found on Google+, others in my RSS Reader, and others by word of mouth. From The Blogs Mark Sisson has a great coverage of the most common intermittent fasting methods. Richard Nikoley describes how baby … [Read more...]

Dietetic Board Battles Against a Man’s Quest to Cure Type II Diabetes

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I've had the pleasure of getting to know a rather unusual fellow in the past few months. Since then, we have exchanged a few e-mails and comments, and I have referred a few readers to his site. His name is Steve Cooksey, and he is a type II diabetic who is drug and insulin free, and has normal blood sugar levels. He achieved this by taking matters into his own hands and going … [Read more...]

Top 10 Paleo and Low-Carb Doctors with Blogs

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Sometimes people give me weird looks when I say something about health and nutrition that doesn't fit with the generally approved conventional wisdom. I'm often quick to point out that it's not like I'm simply pulling this information out of my inferior end. A lot of people that are way more knowledgeable than me believe in similar things, including some doctors. Here they are, … [Read more...]

Best healthy living blogs – What I am reading in 2011

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I'd like to take some time to list the best healthy living blogs that I am reading in 2011. As you probably know, I have been interested in health and nutrition for many years. During this time I have found a lot of great blogs that are definitely worthy of following. Most of the blogs I read are kind of science oriented, but as you may have noticed I do my best to write my own … [Read more...]

Evolutionary Sense against Common Sense

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There are a lot of things in the health and fitness industry that seem to make sense. Some even make so much sense that they have become "common sense", even with doctors and nutritionists. The problem with this, is that often those common sense things have been invented by people who don't have any knowledge of what they are talking about. When people hear stuff that makes sense, … [Read more...]