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Richard Amerling
Natural born contrarian physician. Father. Past President of AAPS. Bassist. Sailor.
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Richard Amerling 5h
Medicine needs to move back towards the hard sciences like biochemistry and physiology, and away from soft "sciences" like epidemiology. Biochem of glucose, fructose, lipids, etc is all-revealing and favors
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Richard Amerling 5h
Exactly! Variation in care is laudable, contrary to elitist opinion.
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Richard Amerling 5h
Replying to @DrJeffBerg
No, clearly it facilitates it!
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Richard Amerling 9h
“Standardized” Care? No, it’s standardized harm, doled out on a massive scale.
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Dr Maryanne Demasi 11h
Multiple publications conclude that global dietary guidelines should be re-considered. But what has been the response to this? ‘Fingers in the ears and singing “la la la”’, says Perth GP
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Marika Sboros 16h
Judging by latest attempt to attack and , , drug industries STILL doing it. Why VC Prof de Villiers STILL silent?
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Richard Amerling 19h
Linked to cult, the Weather Underground.
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Robert Lustig MD 22h
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SugarScience Nov 21
Documents show sugar industry withheld evidence of sucrose’s health effects nearly 50 years ago. Cristin E. Kearns, Dorie Apollonio,
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Justin Miller Nov 21
NEW: Sugar industry buried a 1965 report linking sucrose to heart disease
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Richard Amerling 20h
How the Sugar Industry Shifted Blame to Fat This bears repeating: Industry bought scientists to spin it their way.
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Robert Lustig MD 22h
Sooner or later, the legal biz will catch up with the biz. Reasons for litigation might include: -Injuries caused by harmful or defective food -False health claims on food labels -Sub-standard quality of food -Marketing to vulnerable pops
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Jane Orient, MD Nov 21
Direct primary care is epitome of value-based care, AAPS tells CMS.
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Eric Sodicoff, M.D. Nov 21
This is the reason I never pick the "cardiac" diet for inpatients. It's the antithesis of heart healthy.
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Cathy Newman Nov 21
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Richard Amerling Nov 21
The low HDL, high triglyceride pattern seen with metabolic syndrome responds well to and isn’t helped by
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Dr Verner Wheelock Nov 20
Michael Joseph@Nutradvance explains why hyperinsulinaemia is the key to most common chronic diseases.
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