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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 3h
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Amy Berger 6h
Replying to @ItsTheWooo
I knew my depression was 100% biological/endocrine. Zero point to talk therapy without fixing ACTUAL UNDERLYING PROBLEM.
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Amy Berger 7h
Replying to @larryforbish
Oops... *Kossoff
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Amy Berger 7h
No idea. Dr. Eric Kosoff (Hopkins) is one of the leading experts in keto for epilepsy.
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Dr Aseem Malhotra 18h
Saturated fat does NOT clog the arteries-THE END! Focus on lifestyle instead
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Dr Caryn Zinn 17h
Sat fat not an "artery clogger"- 3 cardiologists unite. Powerful!
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Amy Berger 17h
Replying to @cartwright2
Everything's better with hemp. ;-)
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Amy Berger 19h
Salami, pepperoni, beef jerky, pork rinds -- most stuff is okay at room temp for a while without refrigeration, even veg.
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Amy Berger 19h
If it doesn't have to be hot: canned tuna, salmon, sardines, lunchmeat. Stop at grocery store - salad bar ham, turkey, chicken, cheese.
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Amy Berger 20h
Replying to @drjamesdinic
Been reading Taubes's new book. MDs recognized dangers of high sugar intake as far back as the 1700s!!
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Amy Berger 21h
Replying to @TuitNutrition
Also, these have PEA PROTEIN ADDED to boost the relatively LOW protein content of the nuts.
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Amy Berger 21h
When I think of sources of protein, almonds and cashews aren't the first things that spring to mind. (They contain pro, for sure, but ++fat)
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Deborah Gordon, M.D. 21h
Beautifully said... maybe we evolved along waterways for many reasons: the salt in our veins and the omega-3's in our brains key among them.
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Dr.John Mitchell🇺🇸 Apr 25
There's no denying humans are meant to consume meat. Our genetic heritage and requirement
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Amy Berger 21h
Replying to @anubis609
Only one book. (For now.) 😉
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Amy Berger Apr 25
Replying to @CarnegieMellon
Fake it till I make it.
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Amy Berger Apr 25
Replying to @CarnegieMellon
Although I did get my WRITING degree there, and I now have a book out, so I suppose that's not a total failure.
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Amy Berger Apr 25
Attending a alumni event tonight. Time to pretend like I've accomplished anything with my life. :-/
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James DiNicolantonio Apr 25
Paton knew in 1933 that "Habitual excessive glucose absorption" overstimulates the pancreas likely causing diabetes.
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Honest Toddler Apr 20
I wonder if somewhere there is a unicorn drinking a human frappuccino. Bet it tastes like Netflix and debt.
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