- The 2010 USDA/HHS Guidelines — A Rather Bizarre Definition of “Nutrient Dense”
- The USDAâ€™s New Dietary Guidelines
- Vitamin D — Problems With the Latitude Hypothesis
- Soy to the World: A Holiday Wish from Whole Foods Market
- Is Vitamin D Safe? Still Depends on Vitamins A and K! Testimonials and a Human Study
- Paul C. on Are Some People Pushing Their Vitamin D Levels Too High?
- Alexandra on Is Vitamin D Safe? Still Depends on Vitamins A and K! Testimonials and a Human Study
- Debunking Myths About An Animal Based Diet | EUPHORY on The Curious Case of Campbell’s Rats — Does Protein Deficiency Prevent Cancer?
- “Forks Over Knives”: Is the Science Legit? (A Review and Critique) « Raw Food SOS: Troubleshooting on the Raw Food Diet on The Curious Case of Campbell’s Rats — Does Protein Deficiency Prevent Cancer?
- Hypercalciuria and Kidney stones: A paleo compatible solution | Julianne's Paleo & Zone Nutrition Blog on Are Some People Pushing Their Vitamin D Levels Too High?
Monthly Archives: May 2010
Has science proven that the minimal acceptable blood level of vitamin D, in the form of 25(OH)D, is above 50 ng/mL (125 nmol/L)? No. If you’ve been trying to maintain your levels this high because you thought this was the case, I’m … Continue reading
In November of 2008, Dr. Cannell of the Vitamin D Council published a commentary in the journal Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology attacking cod liver oil because of its high vitamin A content, claiming that vitamin A intakes above … Continue reading
Dear Dr. Daniel, I am on GFCF (gluten free, casein free) diet. Because of this I have to eat gluten-free products and many of those contain soy. There’s not a whole lot of other options. Since I must eat soy, … Continue reading
Hi, I was perusing the internet trying to see, for lack of a better way to say it, an explanation for my constant “gaseousness.” I have pretty much narrowed it to soy, which is how I think I got linked … Continue reading