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Fantastic lecture on Low Carb by Nora Gedgaudas

Published on January 12, 2012 By Josh Nekrep

Nora Gedgaudas (Primal Body Primal Mind Diet) gives this extremely informative and enlightening talk at the Wise Traditions Conference of the Weston A. Price Foundation. You can listen to the talk while you watch the slideshow below. This is a lengthy presentation, so you may want to bookmark this page so you can come back […]

The Glycemic Index of various sweeteners

Published on January 10, 2012 By Josh Nekrep

How does your body respond to a variety of sweeteners? The Glycemic Index catalogues the blood sugar effects of foods. In simple terms, the higher the GI number of a food, the greater the impact will be on blood sugar and insulin levels. Below is a table of sweeteners and their GI number taken from […]

The aging effect of carbs – A look at glycation [VIDEO]

Published on January 9, 2012 By Josh Nekrep

In this video Dr. Greg Ellis goes over some of the thoughts people have with cholesterol and what can age your body. He talks about how carbs are the culprit and that they are literally harming your body as you age.

Sugar Addiction – The Gremlin in your Head [VIDEO]

Published on January 3, 2012 By Josh Nekrep

Sean Croxton of Underground Wellness speaks with Jill Escher about the addictive qualities of sugar. And check out this interview with Jill Escher discussing how we should be eating http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TU07AbNOxFQ

The Trouble with Fructose: A Darwinian Perspective [VIDEO]

Published on December 24, 2011 By Josh Nekrep

Dr. Lustig discusses how increased fructose consumption is leading to ever-rising rates of obesity, type-2 diabetes, and metabolic syndrome. To follow along with the slides, click HERE.