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    Post by chris c on Mon Feb 15 2016, 18:13

    [url=https://proteinpower.com/drmike/2008/01/03/new-years-dining-and-leftovers/]Michael Eades [/url]take on sandwiches

    Some good points made and some excellent links

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    Post by Jan1 on Mon Feb 15 2016, 19:44


    Now that's what I call a sandwich.

    Great link Chris, thanks

    https://proteinpower.com/drmike/2008/01/03/new-years-dining-and-leftovers/

    I liked the Marika Sboros link too

    There's always plenty to read ...

    All the best Jan
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    Post by chris c on Thu Feb 18 2016, 20:08

    Another great blog reply

    “The first comprehensive study into psychopathy was published by Hervey Cleckley MD in 1941 as “The Mask of Sanity”. It described how psychopaths could effectively mimic the non-psychopathic to win trust, gain influence and manipulate others to their advantage.

    The behaviour of pharmaceutical corporations (and other corporate entities) echoes psychopathic behaviour and amplifies that of the psychopathic types that they recruit and promote for their undeniable effectiveness in ruthlessly promoting the “bottom line”.

    We have marketing-based medicine cleverly mimicking science-based medicine. The outward appearance belying the dirty little secret within.

    Needless to say this has had a devastatingly corrupting effect on the non-psychopaths practising medicine and government decision-makers.
    Also on the senior academics responsible for seeking research funding.

    Journalists too are enchanted and ensnared. ”
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    Post by chris c on Sat Feb 20 2016, 18:58

    Some excellent comments here too (can you tell I've been rereading Michael Eades blog?

    https://proteinpower.com/drmike/2008/08/01/more-on-tierney-taubes-and-saturated-fat/
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    Post by chris c on Mon Feb 22 2016, 22:16

    And more, including some especially good comments by David McPhail

    https://proteinpower.com/drmike/2008/08/06/changing-dietary-trends-and-the-obesity-epidemic/
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    Post by chris c on Tue Feb 23 2016, 23:20

    Another,  the study he writes on is available free and pdf is downloadable.

    Eight years later and how many of your doctors have heard of this one yet?
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    Post by graham64 on Wed Feb 24 2016, 21:58

    I remember this blog post from Michael Eades about low carb and LDL 

    https://proteinpower.com/drmike/2009/06/22/low-carbohydrate-diets-increase-ldl-debunking-the-myth/


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    Post by chris c on Tue Mar 08 2016, 23:25

    @graham64 wrote:I remember this blog post from Michael Eades about low carb and LDL 

    https://proteinpower.com/drmike/2009/06/22/low-carbohydrate-diets-increase-ldl-debunking-the-myth/
    Oh I just got around to this one. Yes there's a "cholesterol recalculator" here

    The lab my doctor used to use actually *measured* LDL and my results came out somewhere in between the Friedwald and Iranian calculated values, which was interesting (moderate total, low trigs). Now they have changed to one which uses the Friedwald calculation so it'll have gone up again, dammit!

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