Stanton Migraine Protocol in Dutch Magazine
The Success of the Protocol is in the News in the Netherlands—in Dutch.
Surprise! An article appeared highlighting me (including my photo) and the Stanton Migraine Protocol, based on my book: Fighting the Migraine Epidemic: Complete Guide How to Treat & Prevent Migraines Without Medications’ (2017) by Angela A. Stanton, Ph.D, ISBN 9781546976370
Here I quote a few sentences from the article and the picture is partly whited out because of copyright protection; this magazine is by subscription only. If you are interested to read the original article (in Dutch), here is link to magazine and look for the article title: Migraine behandelen en voorkmen zonder medicijnen. I also add a bit of extra to place the article into context. Continue reading
Testimonial for the Stanton Migraine Protocol and for the carnivore diet:
To see hundreds of testimonials, visit my testimonials page here and browse–kudos to anyone willing to count the number of testimonials posted on that page.
To look for more testimonials, look at the reviews of the book here–139 testimonials there at the moment.
Comments are welcomed, as always, and are moderated for appropriateness
Posted in Healthcare, migraine, nutrition, Videos
Tagged can migraine be cured, can migraine be prevented, carnivore diet, carnivore diet for migraine, CD for migraine, is there a migraine cure, keto diet for migraine, keto or CD diet, migraine cure, what should I eat for migraine
Donuts sandwich from Kentucky Fried Chicken(R)
Where Is That Damned Critical Media When It’s Needed?
How come they only complain loudly when we talk about red meat and eggs? Do you suppose that eating a steak and eggs is worse than this new sandwich from Kentucky Fries?
Full nutrition information: Continue reading
Posted in Big Pharma, cholesterol, diabetes, FDA, Food War, Healthcare, Interesting reading, Must Read, nutrition, This & That, Thoughts, Why Me
Tagged Donut sandwich, heart attack definition, how many calories in the donut sandwich?, is the donut sandwich healthy, junk food definition, new kentucky fries sandwich, nutrition label for donut sandwich, top unhealthy foods, unhealthiest food, what is a heart attack, what not to eat
The Power of Anecdotal Evidence by the CEO
Tracey D Brown CEO ADA
As many of you know, I have been writing about nutrition for several years. Usually the story is disappointing because most of the time it’s about debunking a badly formulated peer reviewed academic publication. Well… here you are in for a bit of a surprise!
Posted in diabetes, Food War, Healthcare, Interesting reading, Must Read, nutrition
Tagged ADA standards for diabetes, can diabetes be cured, can I use low carbs for diabetes, diabetes is curable, diabetes is reversible, do I need insulin for diabetes, does keto cure diabetes, does low carbs diet help diabetes, how to treat diabetes, is diabetes reversible?, what about keto diet for diabetes, what about LC diet, what drugs for diabetes, what drugs for T2D, what is diabetes?, what is insulin, what is T2D
The Upcoming Excitement
Join virtually the Beyond Keto Summit. The video shows the speakers–one of them is yours truly. I discuss migraine. Lots of topics are covered, from diet to heart health to Alzheimer’s to sports and many more. The Summit is free to watch live here. Sign up and enjoy the presentations. It starts January 29th and goes through February 2nd.
See you there!
Posted in Healthcare, migraine, nutrition, This & That, Videos
Tagged all about ketosis, health summit, LCHF details, learn carnivore diet, summit of ketosis, virtual summit, what is LCHF?, what is the carnivore diet?, what is the ketogenic diet?
An intoxicated man drinking beer
Does Alcohol Make You Fat?
The gym I go to sends regular emails with suggestions and interesting facts. The email I received today sparked my curiosity, because it asked a provocative question: Does alcohol make you fat? The question linked to a blog article provided the answer.
You all know me by now… 😉
Few things can pass without a good criticism on my part, unless it is written with all angles considered and discussed. This article came so short in this requirement that I posted a response under comments–it is in moderation queue as I write this. Below is a copy-paste (with edits… forever typos… lol) of what I wrote in my comment. Continue reading
Posted in Food War, Interesting reading, Must Read, nutrition, This & That, Thoughts
Tagged alcohol as fuel, alcohol is fattening, can our body use alcohol as fuel, does alcohol make you fat, is alcohol a fuel?, is alcohol food, what is alcohol
Do you know what a fad is? It is defined as
an intense and widely shared enthusiasm for something, especially one that is short-lived and without basis in the object’s qualities; a craze (Google dictionary)
What this means is that any way of eating (call it diet if you will) is a fad if it is widely shared with enthusiasm, short-lived, and has no claim of a factual base. Continue reading
Posted in Healthcare, Must Read, nutrition, Press Release, Thoughts
Tagged are babies in ketosis, babies are born in ketosis, is ketosis a fad, is the ketogenic diet a fad, is the ketogenic diet healthy, news on ketosis, what is ketosis, why are we talking ketosis
The long-awaited story about my work on migraine prevention is published on the website of Keto-Mojo. Keto-Mojo is a California company that a few years ago started to sell an excellent quality blood glucose and blood ketones (beta hydroxybutyrate or BHB) testing kit. When I first heard about Keto-Mojo–frankly I no longer remember where I heard of them–I already owned every single type of blood glucose and BHB testing kit available in the US. Continue reading
Posted in migraine, Must Read, Press Release
Tagged do I have migraines, how do I get rid of migraine, how do I know if I have migraines, how is migraine diagnosed, how to cure migraine, how to treat migraine, I think I have migraines, is migraine curable, Keto-Mojo blog article, natural migraine cure, Stanton Migraine Protocol in the news, what are migraine symptoms, what are migraine triggers
They Did It Again
The Game Changer movie is out and is sweeping through the minds of men of all ages! Yep, they will try the vegan diet because of the penis part of the movie. I am not going to talk about the penis story. It was the highlight of the movie in the eyes of all men for sure!
There is nothing better than to appeal to the ego when we want to sell a story (or an expensive car or purse or jewelry). Humans seem to live for being different from thy neighbors. While a designer purse or red convertible are likely to catch the eyes (not heart) of a young female beauty on the street, getting more and bigger erections (while sleeping and you have no clue about them) may be an equally provocative eye-catcher for men. I am not a man so just guessing here. Continue reading
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Tagged did gladiators eat vegan, did gladiators eat vegetarian, gladiators didn't eat vegan, gladiators eat vegan, gladiators eat vegetarian, great movie game changer, support vegan movies, The Game Changer movie, trash the game changer, vegan movement, vegan movie bashing