Category Archives: diabetes

Bad Science & Social Media Chatter

Image from The Lancet The Power of Social Media over Bad Science Can the common folk change their destiny by openly discussing science (good or bad science, even those that are just mimicking research)? Recently, on Twitter in particular, scientific … Continue reading

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Osteocalcin and Atherosclerosis

The Secret Cholesterol Theory Completely accidentally I bumped into an article about osteocalcin, and it turned out to be something pretty important. My research about the fight-or-flight mechanism, which is associated with migraine, led me to this article. Those of … Continue reading

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Silence on the US Front–News Flash of US Research from the UK!

The Missing News Flash Wouldn’t you know it?! If you had wanted to learn about research done anywhere in the world, including in the US, about the potential harms associated with the low carbohydrate diet, the consumption of saturated fats, … Continue reading

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Carbohydrate Teaser

PRESS RELEASE So you thought you knew it all about carbohydrates? Maybe not. Carbohydrates In an article published here earlier today, I help you learn a lot more about carbohydrates than what most people know about them. I discuss what … Continue reading

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Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes 2019–Summary

The New ADA Standards of Medical Care The American Diabetes Association (ADA) released its 2019 Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes (both type 2 and type 1) in advance of the official January, 2019 publish date. It is open access … Continue reading

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NIH Commentary for Nutrition Research

What Research Should Be Funded? In November 2018 through December 15, 2018, the NIH invited public comments to guide the kind of research they will support for the next decade. This comment period was short but critical. Historically, the NIH … Continue reading

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One more misleading article

The image shows how cardiovascular disease is not associated with high cholesterol, yet the article concluded that high cholesterol causes coronary cardiovascular events.       Yellow highlighting is mine to show what actually does contribute to cardiovascular events. How … Continue reading

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Sugar to Type 2 Diabetes to Warning Labels

Sugar is Addictive and Causes Diabetes                 I run a Facebook migraine group with thousands of members. The goal is to become migraine free, using only nutritional methods, which over the years has … Continue reading

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An Apology–Thank You Dr. Lundberg

It’s Not the Fat That Makes Us Unhealthy ***This is a re-post of Dr. Lundberg’s note found at MedScape it is also in video but you need to have an account to see it. The re-post is based on copy-paste, … Continue reading

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The Ripple-Effect of Bad Science

Real Science? “When scientists die, their published papers live on—even if they’re based on lies. Downloaded in seconds from anywhere in the world, fake results continue to steal other scientists’ time, influencing their choice of which research avenues to follow … Continue reading

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