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Amy Berger
LCHF/keto/Paleo nutritionist by day; novelist, foodie, and indulging a wild imagination by night. USAF veteran. INTROVERT.
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Amy Berger 34m
Replying to @amfortuna74
Right. As I said, pastured is great, but don't let perfection be the enemy of good. Many can't afford all grassfed & pastured/organic. :)
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Amy Berger 35m
Trim people sometimes have insulin problems? WHY YES, YES THEY DO.
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Amy Berger 47m
WTF?
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Amy Berger 48m
Grassfed/pastured meats are GREAT if you can afford them, but regular ol' supermarket meats are STILL BETTER than bagels, muffins, cereal...
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It's official: You can actually eat red meat. 😁 Meta-analysis shows that increasing red meat in the diet does not increase risk factors. ⇊
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Replying to @connect_arnab
We literally had this all figured out until some morons started to get concerned about saturated fat and cholesterol—now everyone's vegan 😣
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Amy Berger 52m
Replying to @tednaiman
OMG THIS IS F*CKIN' AMAZING. 1957!!!
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BEST DIET ADVICE IN THE HISTORY OF MEDICAL LITERATURE …plus list of foods so you can see what hits that 3 parts protein to 1 part fat ratio
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Amy Berger 1h
Replying to @DeepStrategy
=D
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Amy Berger 4h
Replying to @prettygoodpaleo
Thanks!
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Amy Berger 12h
Yeah, I've had 2 clients with this!
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Amy Berger 12h
FANTASTIC! (As usual, from Tom.)
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The Nobel Prize Jun 22
"The research counts, not the journal!" Nobel Laureates speak out against impact factors
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Bertrand Russell Jun 22
The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves, but wiser men so full of doubts.
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Amy Berger 13h
Replying to @run4life51
Writing!
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Nina Teicholz Jun 23
via today’s (Wall Street Journal)
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Nina Teicholz Jun 24
This Aussie MD actually banned by authorities from telling his diabetic patients and anyone else to avoid sugar/carbs. He's not having it.
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Amy Berger 14h
Replying to @CaloriesProper
Yeah, people don't generally rob banks and commit acts of violence to score some M&Ms or gummy bears. ;-)
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Amy Berger 14h
Replying to @ItsTheWooo
I think the ZC people know it's not a ketosis thing. They don't really say anything about ketosis and most don't actively aim for ketosis.
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Amy Berger 16h
I'm just glad to see a wineglass. :)
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