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Happy Gut Clinic Apr 21
Ignition Nutrition with Sadie’s Bone Broth!! 😋 These pair of lucky winners started their 6 week…
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Dr. Jason Fung Apr 11
Great job tackling corruption
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Dr. Rhonda Patrick Apr 9
A certain type of bacteria found in the small intestine can travel to other organs and initiate the production of auto-antibodies and inflammation which both play a role in autoimmune disease.
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IFM Apr 9
One man's journey through pain, and his testimony to the ability of the to heal. His research is helping shed light on the power of the mind-body connection.
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Kameel Awdish Apr 9
Changing the guidlines is the first step! Be sure to tune into the debate straight from the European Parliament!
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Vanusa Novaes Apr 8
I can’t wait!! 12th of April!! Thanks to for looking after our future!!
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Ivor Cummins Apr 2
Medical Students on.... education:
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Dr Aseem Malhotra Apr 3
Does high cholesterol really cause heart disease? If you’re in London Saturday April 21st a number of eminent doctors, myself and Harley Street’s most successful dietitian will give presentations on ‘change your life with low carb’ - not to be missed!
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Dr Rangan Chatterjee Mar 30
Have a listen to the first interview on my podcast with on the gut microbiome and dietary strategies to improve gut health
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Ivor Cummins Mar 29
Dr. Jeffry Gerber is on Newsweek today - speaking good sense....while the dietitians speak orthodoxy blather 😁
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Jeffry Gerber, MD Mar 29
My interview with Newsweek discussing weight loss. Dietitian says intermittent fasting (what we call meal skipping in our new book ) and keto are akin to starving. Not quite! Goal is to always maintain lean muscle mass.
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Andreas Eenfeldt, MD Mar 15
Can keto help treat cancer? Ivor Cummins defending sound science on Primetime:
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Patricia Daly 🇨🇭 Mar 14
Robert O'Connor has always made it clear that he doesn't "have to link to external" because he has 25 years of experience. Go figure.
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Ivor Cummins Mar 14
Interesting thread here to contribute to - I'm sure our network of genuinely-informed metabolic science researchers can help these guys understand GNG, and the various interactions with Insulin/glucagon/lipolysis/FFA flux dynamics? 😉
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Dr Maryanne Demasi Mar 14
Co-author of "The Pioppi Diet" is donating all personal royalties from sale of the book to UK's Academy Of Medical Royal Colleges - campaigning against the harms of Too Much Medicine. A noble cause.
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Ivor Cummins Mar 14
I helpfully googled for a fem minutes Jeff to grab a few disclosures for prof Gibney - just trying to help of course - it's all public record. Perhaps you could forward this to Alastair (the liar libel boy)?
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Jeffry Gerber, MD Mar 14
My disclosures (and 's) are mentioned in the segment Alastair. Sadly, no disclosures from prof Gibney: , ...
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Raphi Sirt Mar 14
The head of research at the Irish Society resorts to arguments by authority instead of a substantive response addressing the scientific arguments raised by a chemical engineer
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Patricia Daly 🇨🇭 Mar 14
Plus medulla of the kidney and retina- we're starting to see a pattern when looking at side effects from untreated diabetes don't we?
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Ivor Cummins Mar 14
Replying to @TheKetoKitchen_
Yep - only some brain elements and red blood cells (no mitochondria) need glucose. Vast majority of tissues run on free fatty acids and keytone bodies. layered upon - but ther you go... 😁
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