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    Re: You Couldn't Make This Up

    Post by chris c on Sun Jul 08 2018, 21:42

    My breakfast (which I don't always eat first thing) is usually a thickly buttered oatcake with smoked salmon or smoked ham, and coffee. Just enough to let my liver and pancreas know my throat hasn't been cut. After that I continue to metabolise the stored energy from my previous day's meal(s) up until I get hungry again some time between late afternoon and late evening. Sometimes I might eat some nuts or similar too.

    I take back everything I previously thought about Nicola Guess gaining Clue.

    https://twitter.com/Dr__Guess/status/1012267644756602880

    I guess (pun intended) The Management had something to say to her

    https://twitter.com/Dr__Guess/status/1006442071404744704

    "With respect, the fact that you are entirely unaware of this literature is alarming, although not entirely surprising."

    "I find it interesting that the entire field appears to be littered with amateurishness. Its almost as if its not a real profession at all. I really don't get it. It was hard to get into medschool in my day, did that change, or is lobotomy part of the initiation rite?"
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    Re: You Couldn't Make This Up

    Post by graham64 on Mon Jul 09 2018, 22:52



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    Post by chris c on Tue Jul 10 2018, 23:08

    And yet . . . when I was young there were no "epidemics" of obesity, diabetes and other metabolic diseases. Then the Food Pyramid was invented and now there are. Somehow eating like our parents and grandparents has become dangerous nonsense.

    https://twitter.com/HelenlouWest/status/1011908214059921408

    https://twitter.com/JohnCaseIII/status/1012160648829128705

    Partha Kar has done much good but I'd like to know if he has ever recommended a low carb diet to a diabetic, or told a diabetic it is dangerous.

    https://twitter.com/GuyNAustin/status/1013908079140798464

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    Post by graham64 on Wed Jul 11 2018, 22:20

    Didn't expect this from McAlpine of all people  Shocked



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    Post by graham64 on Wed Jul 11 2018, 22:40

    Just spotted this on twitter 

    Helen Bond BSc.(Hons) SRD, MBDA
    Consultant Dietitian and Public Relations Adviser

    Helen Bond is one of the leading Dietitians in the UK and will be speaking on behalf of British Fruit Juice Association (BFJA) on Moments that Matter: Identifying consumption opportunities and incorporating 100% fruit juice into the diet for better diet quality and health

    What will this session discuss?

    There are a number of moments in the day when drinking one small glass of orange juice can contribute to a healthy lifestyle. A single 150ml daily serving can help patients achieve their five-a-day, while vitamins in orange juice can help enhance the nutritional content of the foods they eat. Helen Bond will discuss how, and why, patients can benefit from consuming fruit juice at these moments, seeing them as opportunities to form a healthy habit.

    About Helen - Helen graduated in 1996 with a 2:1 BSc. Honours degree in Dietetics from Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, having incorporated six months studying dietetics and applied biology at the Université des Science et Technologies in Lille, France.

    In 2000, she started her own business and took on the position of Consultant Dietitian. She currently provides assistance to several top name food companies, Public Relations (PR) consultancies and marketing agencies, is the nutrition voice for BBC Radio Derby, a spokesperson for the British Dietetic Association and is regularly quoted in the national, consumer and health professional press.

    https://www.bda.uk.com/events/bdalive/live_2018/live_18_-_speakers/helen_bond


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    Post by chris c on Thu Jul 12 2018, 22:14

    Actually I used to prefer mandarin juice. What could possibly go wrong??? Someone described it as sugar water with a few vitamins.

    Meanwhile

    https://twitter.com/WokeCarnivore/status/1002186550132789248

    https://twitter.com/TheCarnivoreKid/status/999426465107243012
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    Re: You Couldn't Make This Up

    Post by graham64 on Fri Jul 13 2018, 22:04

    It's an oldie from 2014 but worth watching Snowdon squirm  Very Happy

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