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I have been fortunate to participate in many wonderful nutrition conferences across the country in recent years, each of which has been meaningful and special in its own way, but Low Carb Indonesia left me at a loss for words. [...]
Last month I had the pleasure of participating in the Boulder Carnivore Conference, the world’s first meeting dedicated to the potential benefits of plant-free diets. I created a new presentation exploring the nutritional differences between plant and animal foods and summarizing the scientific arguments in support of all-meat diets for optimal brain health. This seemingly strange and extreme way of eating flies in the [...]
Do fatty animal foods contain within them the secret to human intelligence? [...]
This post challenges the nutritional myth that arachidonic acid—an omega-6 fatty acid found in meat—is dangerously inflammatory for our system. [...]
The EAT-Lancet Commission released an important new report about global  nutrition this week that deserves everyone’s full attention: “Food in the Anthropocene: the EAT-Lancet Commission on healthy diets from sustainable food systems.” This report envisions a “Great Food Transformation” which seeks to achieve an environmentally sustainable and optimally healthy diet for the world’s people by 2050. Its core nutrition recommendation is to [...]
Is your New Year’s resolution to get healthier—physically or mentally? Great! Now, how are you going to do it? Exercise? Meditation? Diet? How do you know which strategies are worth your time, energy, and money? There are lots of ways to get healthier, so you can start wherever you want. The good news is that no matter which approach you choose, you can [...]
Is it depression or bipolar disorder? This is one of the most challenging questions psychiatrists face in daily practice, and getting the answer wrong can have serious consequences. A test that could help with diagnostic and treatment decisions would certainly be a big step in the right direction. Researchers at the University of Coimbra in Portugal may have found a simple new way [...]
A new study conducted at the University of Sydney and published in the journal Cell Reports is inspiring headlines around the world, like this one from The Guardian: “Low-protein, high-carb diet may help ward off dementia.” This, despite a growing body of clinical evidence suggesting that low-carbohydrate diets can be helpful for people with brain problems, including neurological, psychiatric, and cognitive disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease. What is going on [...]
Our modern obesity epidemic causes significant emotional pain and physical disability and is associated with numerous serious health risks. Sadly, our health care system as a whole continues to struggle to meet the medical and psychological needs of people suffering with this condition that now affects 40% of American adults and 20% of American children, according to the CDC. Providing [...]
The false belief that excess body fat is caused by eating too many calories and not exercising enough gives society a logical reason to blame obese individuals for their sorry plight. Yet there are plenty of clues that overweight people are fundamentally different than thin people. If we acknowledge that obesity is just one manifestation of insulin resistance—the root cause of illnesses such [...]