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Last September I gave a two-part talk for Sean Croxton’s Real Food Summit over at Underground Wellness called “Weston Price on Primitive Wisdom,” which covered Price’s scientific approach, perspective, and conclusions. The talk was free for a few days, but … Continue reading
In 1976, Thomas McKeown published The Modern Rise of Population, wherein he argued that the increase in population that occurred in industrialized nations over the nineteenth and twentieth centuries was driven by declines in infectious disease mortality, which in turn … Continue reading
A number of people have asked for my comments on the recent headlines claiming that “high-fat diets cause diabetes,” based on a recent paper published in Nature Medicine (1): Oshtsubo K, Chen MZ, Olefsky JM, Marth JD.Â Pathway to diabetes … Continue reading
As always, if the font is too small, you can use “control +” to increase its size. In the last several weeks, two momentous occasions have occurred in the world of vitamin D. First, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) released … Continue reading
As always, if the font is too small to read, you can increase its size by pressing “control” and “+.” Lots of people find that eating a WAP-friendly traditional diet has no effect on their blood lipids or improves them, … Continue reading
One of the themes that has recently emerged with the resurgence of debate over the China Study is the supposed conflict between “reductionism” and “holism.” For example, T. Colin Campbell has argued that many critics of the China Study follow a … Continue reading
Denise Minger’s recent critical review of Dr. T. Colin Campbell’s The China Study has elicited a response from Dr. Campbell himself. Minger made a brilliant response that can be found here. I highly recommend reading it if you haven’t yet. Minger’s … Continue reading
A note to readers: if the font is too small to read, please press “control” and the “plus” sign on your keyboard. I recently received the question from a reader that I have paraphrased below. My answer follows. Q. In … Continue reading
As one reader recently commented on a different blog, I lit a fire to the China Study five years ago but Denise Minger just burned the whole thing down. Lighting the FireIn the spring of 2005, I wrote a review … Continue reading
In 2008, researchers discovered that adult mice harbor pancreatic stem cells. When the mice suffered pancreatic injury, they would make a chemical called “neurogenin-3″ that made these stem cells turn into fully functional insulin-producing beta-cells, the kind of cells that are damaged in type 1 diabetes. … Continue reading