Current Posts – 18 Apr 2018

Much coverage recently about the way medicine is failing to deal with chronic disease because doctors aren’t taught about diet and nutrition. This is increasingly accepted in the case of diabetes and obesity, but it is equally true of cancer. So far, the cancer mainstream shows little sign allowing that anything other than surgery, drugs and radiotherapy has any part to play. That could be changing. [Read more…]

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The long-running battle between dietitians advocating a low-fat diet for weight loss and diabetes and a group of independent clinicians and researchers who believe it is seriously and dangerously wrong,  has become more like trench warfare than a scientific discussion. Long-time low carb campaigner Dr Robert Verkerk explains, with the aid of a motoring metaphor, why Public Health England’s latest remedies are doomed to failure. [Read more…]

A big and damaging gap in GPs medical training is that they learn virtually nothing about nutrition.  It’s daft when all the big chronic killers are rooted in lifestyle i.e. what patients eat and how they live. So, it’s great that a new course is being run by two high profile GPs to teach their colleagues about the benefits of very specific lifestyle prescriptions rather than reflex drug prescribing. Here Dr Panja describes when they can expect. [Read more…]

It’s time for a coalition of low carb supporters. For too long the ‘blind eye’ had been the favoured low-fat lobby strategy for dealing with this challenge to its hegemony. Ignore positive trials and claim no evidence. Now they’ve done it again. Two research reports – very low calories for diabetes and the diabetes drug metformin for cancer. Low or very low carb, the obvious more palatable alternative, nowhere. Time to hang together. [Read more…]



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