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    Ian Day ten years on

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    Ian Day ten years on

    Post by graham64 on Thu Nov 23 2017, 22:26



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    Re: Ian Day ten years on

    Post by Jan1 on Fri Nov 24 2017, 14:57


    Great to see Ian in this video ...
    Many thanks for the link Smile

    All the best Jan

    (Wish I could play tennis that well)
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    Re: Ian Day ten years on

    Post by graham64 on Sun Nov 26 2017, 21:15

    @Jan1 wrote:

    Great to see Ian in this video ...
    Many thanks for the link Smile

    All the best Jan

    (Wish I could play tennis that well)

    Ian has worked hard promoting low carb over these last few years it's good to see he's still actively carrying on the work  thumb-up


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    Re: Ian Day ten years on

    Post by chris c on Sun Nov 26 2017, 23:01

    Oh yes I remember him from way back.

    I couldn't get the video to run but found it here

    https://player.vimeo.com/video/239975298

    I'll have a nose round the rest of the site later, see if there's any more heresy
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    Re: Ian Day ten years on

    Post by graham64 on Tue Nov 28 2017, 21:36

    @chris c wrote:Oh yes I remember him from way back.

    I couldn't get the video to run but found it here

    https://player.vimeo.com/video/239975298

    I'll have a nose round the rest of the site later, see if there's any more heresy

    Wouldn't looking round the site it links to DUK for a "healthy balanced diet"  Sad

    Meanwhile Ian is still asking questions of DUK and has been in contact with them 

    http://www.diabetes.co.uk/forum/threads/balance-magazine-november-december.111279/


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    Re: Ian Day ten years on

    Post by chris c on Wed Nov 29 2017, 22:48

    The reply they sent him looks like it was written by Duane Mellor.

    Meanwhile Dave Feldman (http://cholesterolcode.com/) is pretty much singlehandedly rewriting our knowledge of cholesterol metabolism. Yet another engineer on board.

    My current opinion is that as long as you are dutifully stuffing yourself with all those "essential" carbs your fat metabolism is permanently shafted, which is when fat intake becomes a problem - though whether adding more fat to a high carb diet is worse than adding more carbs is moot.

    If you don't eat that many carbs, saturated fat is good stuff as it is chemically stable, and monounsaturated only slightly less so. Polyunsaturated fats are chemically unstable though essential. It's hard to overdose on Omega 3 but almost everyone ODs on Omega 6s, and thanks to the Usual Suspects elsewhere I'm constantly coming up with studies where those "heart healthy vegetable oils" are nothing of the kind. They may well be a major factor in driving insulin resistance.

    Meanwhile

    https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/british-journal-of-nutrition/article/effects-of-lowcarbohydrate-diets-v-lowfat-diets-on-body-weight-and-cardiovascular-risk-factors-a-metaanalysis-of-randomised-controlled-trials/B8FBAC51C156D8CAB189CF0B14FB2A46

    Efficacy of Low Carbohydrate Diet for Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Management:
    A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials

    http://sci-hub.bz/10.1016/j.diabres.2017.07.006

    Effect of a High Saturated Fat and No-Starch Diet on
    Serum Lipid Subfractions in Patients With Documented
    Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease

    http://sci-hub.bz/10.4065/78.11.1331

    Fasting Triglycerides, High-Density Lipoprotein, and Risk of Myocardial Infarction

    http://circ.ahajournals.org/content/96/8/2520

    hint: what dives trigs up -and down?

    Meanwhile there's this

    The role of patient education in the prevention and management
    of type 2 diabetes: an overview

    http://sci-hub.bz/10.1007/s12020-015-0775-7

    which would obviously work better if it was done properly

    Well that was some of this week's reading list, there's more . . .
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    Re: Ian Day ten years on

    Post by graham64 on Thu Nov 30 2017, 22:25

    OK but stoopid diretitians would not agree  floggingdeadhorse(intentional typo's)



    Should those with type 2 diabetes follow a low carb diet? Our dietitians weigh in.

    http://www.health24.com/Medical/Diabetes/News/is-a-low-carb-diet-really-the-answer-for-type-2-diabetes-20171130-3


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    Re: Ian Day ten years on

    Post by chris c on Sun Dec 03 2017, 23:35

    Utter bollocks. So no change there then.
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    Re: Ian Day ten years on

    Post by graham64 on Mon Dec 04 2017, 22:23

    And there's more from a chubby BDA diretitian


    This is why low-carb diets can be damaging to your health, according to a dietitian

    http://uk.businessinsider.com/why-low-carb-diets-can-damage-your-health-2017-12


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    Re: Ian Day ten years on

    Post by chris c on Tue Dec 05 2017, 22:09

    Ad Blocker refuses to let me in. I suspect that says a bit about the content . . .

    . . . the dogma is fighting back, seen this?

    https://twitter.com/ProfTimNoakes/status/934876484266754048

    https://twitter.com/ProfTimNoakes/status/921699264874602496

    The clueless eejit Musclebrain is all over the place at the moment claiming to cure diabetes with his high carb diet. Well if it was true you'd see gazillions of people posting their success stories on diabetes forums, especially the ADA Forum. You don't, of course.

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