Sports Nutrition 228: Is Ketosis the Wave of the Future for High-Level Endurance Performances? Endurance Planet’s Week of Kona coverage is brought to you by Polar, leaders in heart rate monitor and fitness-assessment technology. Just over a week ago, results of a big NIH study came out showing that low-carb diets are the best.
People who avoid carbohydrates and eat more fat, even saturated fat, lose more body fat and have fewer cardiovascular risks than people who follow the low-fat diet that health authorities have favored for decades, a major new study shows. The findings are unlikely to be the final salvo in what has been a long and often contentious debate about what foods are best to eat for weight loss and overall health. But more recent clinical studies in which individuals and their diets were assessed over time have produced a more complex picture. The new study was financed by the National Institutes of Health and published in the Annals of Internal Medicine. I should add that I am not such an angel when eating out, nor do I skip out on beer or wine with dinner a few nights a week, lest anyone think me some sort of monastic.
It’s fascinating to read through this thread and the various alternatives people try. I once tried a low carb diet for a few days, but was so hungry that I swiftly concluded that I would be miserable and too skinny on it. While many paleo societies ate mixed or varied diets, there were a number of paleo societies that basically consumed zero carbs. Atkins was how I dropped the weight I had gained after getting out of the Army, and a low carb version of Body for Life worked later on(Atkins is too hard for me to stay on long term). Seems like the pop-health media is finally paying more attention to the human microbiome, along with the attendant results of neglecting the same. Grains and other carbs can be the perfect fodder for nasty gut bacteria which some evidence associates with various auto-immune and inflammatory disorders. I have a good friend I walk with several nights a week, and she and her family have been doing the Joel Furhman Eat To Live plan for almost a year (tons of veggies and legumes, some fruits and nuts, almost NO meat).
I am still figuring out my magic formula, but I think you basically can’t go wrong with kale. There’s a great deal to how you move, too, that affects how your body can be healthy. Re: I really believe that people get benefits from the paleo diet because while it is a poor diet it is still better than the modern American diet. I thought my biggest problem was the caffeine, and that did play a role–I used Diet Dr.
I also stopped having GERD as much (my GERD is totally gone so long as eat kale-heavy vegan 5 days a week). My skin began to clear up as I went off the Doctor, and my palate changed and became more sensitive, especially to sweetness. The interesting thing to me was that I knew I was dependent on the caffeine and on the psychological yumminess of my daily doctor. I mentioned this to my husband and he told me that one of his coworkers in the USAF actually lost his driver’s license for a year because he drank Diet Coke every day and began having aspartame-induced seizures.
I drink infused water now, with limes and lemons and ginger and cucumber and spoonfuls of Bragg’s ACV, which is like the crunchy mom version of tequila, as far as I can gather. I think I was being willfully blind, which means, of course, I couldn’t see my own blindness.
It gives me a new perspective on people in situations or cultures who, to my mind, seem to willfully or ignorantly dismiss the logical chain of cause and effect in their lives and blame things on bad luck. Bart, there’s nothing in that study that says anything about a low-carb diet or a paleo diet (which are not the same thing).


There’s actually lots of evidence that eating fat and carbohydrates together is an especially bad combination.
I found this interesting New article published on PubMed for risk of injury associated with chiropractic spinal manipulation in adults with neuromusculoskeletal complaints that I wanted to share.
Chiropractic and Rehabilitation for Radiculopathy- A new case study demonstrates the effectiveness and safety of chiropractic care in the management of intervertebral disk bulges with radiculopathy.
Students Eating Healthier- According to a new study, economically disadvantaged students consume more fruits and vegetables at school than they do at home. Low back pain (LBP) is one of the most common reasons patients seek out Chiropractic care, and they appreciate being told what is causing their back pain.
The notion that dietary fat is harmful, particularly saturated fat, arose decades ago from comparisons of disease rates among large national populations. Some have provided strong evidence that people can sharply reduce their heart disease risk by eating fewer carbohydrates and more dietary fat, with the exception of trans fats. It included a racially diverse group of 150 men and women — a rarity in clinical nutrition studies — who were assigned to follow diets for one year that limited either the amount of carbs or fat that they could eat, but not overall calories.
I’d rather not drag around all the time feeling worn out, and having to sleep every damn day, in the middle of the day. That’s why (especially as you get older) we really need to get consistent about exercise and increase our basal metabolism (or at least keep it from declining). I remember when I was recovering from mono that even a short walk was enough for me to crash back in bed and snooze, but I did feel more alert when I was awake. Heart Disease was indeed rare for those people but their life expediencies were not near as great as they are now and life heart disease was really a under reported problem because the lack of knowledge about how to diagnose and even know what it was.
Something as simple as autolysis of grains by soaking has been shortened or completely left out of modern grain processing and can put a real strain on the gut to digest. This serves the dual purpose of autolyzing (breaking down) the carbs while populating the gut with good, comensal microbes. Colin Campbell (The China Study) I wasn’t sure what to make of the very sensible diet plan that includes some whole grains, a couple fruit servings, and a couple small meat servings. Lifting weights made a big difference, but the biggest difference by FAR was giving up my heavenly-beloved Diet Dr. They have lost a great deal of weight, her gray hair actually began growing in with her original color again, and they were able to heal her husband of many maladies (he’s a 100% disabled vet). We are a nation of 300 million people and our diets range from the latest pricey foodie craze to fast food, soda and Doritoes.
I am awesome at hydration, probably down a gallon of water a day, but the diuretic effect of the Doctor still put me at a net loss, and even mild dehydration depletes one and affects the immune system. I think I remembered him mentioning it, but I liked my pop and it sounded like one of those fear-mongering friend-of-a-friend stories. Basically, because my body doesn’t process folates well, my nerves are frayed and short-circuit. Once durig my last pregnancy, my husband handed me a 64 oz Diet Dr Pepper (my favorite anti-emetic pickmeup!) and I said, “Half a gallon?!
That has been my go-to sweetener, but I really use a very tiny bit (generally two teaspoons of sugar-free coffee syrup per day for my two cups of coffee in the morning). This is why doctors gather a careful and complete history from new patients and perform a physical examination.  Once the “pain generator” is determined, a doctor can discuss various treatment options and develop a plan for managing the patient. Peter got into running circa 2000, going from carb burner with poor results to a fat burner with success in racing. We love Exos Performance Nutrition, who provides research-backed and clean formulas to help maximize athletic performance. We caught up with Ben Greenfield in Kona shortly after he finished speaking at the Sports Medicine conference.


The new findings suggest that this strategy more effectively reduces body fat and also lowers overall weight. My doctor has been telling me to lose some weight, but nothing I’ve tried has worked. But it might be the case that my body is so overtaxed by having to fight off grains, which it somehow recognizes as an invader, that it gives EBV (and Raynaud’s) more reign than they would otherwise have. I reported results to my doctor last night, and he told me to stick to the diet for now, and to keep him informed.
Except in the Arctic all the evidence is that prehistoric people only ate large amounts of meat when, occasionally, the hunters got lucky. Look at data from back when low fat diets became the vogue, and fats were pulled out of food and replaced with sugar and later HFC, and you can see the negative impact clear as day. She recommends going furniture-free for health, and doing a lot of walking, squats and bodyweight movements. I kept telling myself the correlation doesn’t equal causation, even when people we knew were sick and injured because of what they ingested.
Normally I have constant inflammation in my nasal passages, and feel worn down, as if my body were doing all it could to fight off an invader.
I wouldn’t say the gluten-free diet is ineffective, because I know families who have found it effective, but it is not a panacea for autism symptoms.
They actually survived off the “gathered” foods: fruits, nuts, various other plant foods, including tubers and grains. The Paleo diet nearly killed a good friend of mine and ruined anothers life because the rapid rise in cholesterol and blood fat they experienced.
It is a symptom of some diets, but not a cause of heart disease (especially as just plain ole “cholesterol level”). All of them had very low levels of heart disease prior to the introduction of “western” foods.
I think my fat cells do too (fat cells are the body’s bubble wrap for toxic waste), so it was nice when I started losing more weight after detoxing.
Also, an MTHFR deficiency means I don’t manufacture the glutathione needed to naturally shed to toxins, which end up sequestered in my body, usually in fat cells.
I don’t think I was irritable, I think everyone around me was just really loud and stupid. This last year went by extremely fast for me, but through my journey there were many ups and downs. The major issue I have with the Paleo diet is the fact that it advocates eating a more than the needed portion of meat. Apparently cola drinks bind to calcium (AFAICR, it’s the high phosphorus content) and deplete the body of minerals, which becomes very important when you want to rebuild a metabolism by increasing muscle mass. I once personally witnessed Rumsfeld berating a frightened waiter in a Washington hotel because there was no Equal on the table, only Sweet & Low. In fact most people have to eat a heavy load of meat to just not go crazy from hunger under this diet from what I have seen of it. I even noticed that symptoms of Raynaud’s Syndrome, an autoimmune condition with which I was diagnosed six or seven years ago, have become milder. I would point you to this study to talk about how to much meat, dairy, and eggs are harmful to you.



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