Are dairy fats the new health food?

“Diabetes here I come.” This rather judgmental message turned up on a Starbuck’s Grande White Mocha with Classic sugar syrup recently.  The customer was offended.  Starbucks apologized.  Perhaps one of the baristas thought a 470 calorie sugary drink would pave the way to diabetes.  But if that drink was made with whole milk, perhaps not. […]

Diabetes Weight Loss Week by Week – author interview

http://radionutrition.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/Weisenberger-interview.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 16:49 — 7.7MB)Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSType 2 diabetes is exploding into a major public health problem, thanks to the obesity epidemic. While many diabetes patients are content to rely on drugs and medical treatments to control disease, they can take control of their condition […]

And speaking of sugar, is it really toxic?

The mainstream media just loves black-and-white, villain vs. Health Halo nutrition controversies.  So no surprise, they jumped on the ‘Sugar Is Toxic’ band wagon recently, based on the opinions of a doctor who is known for his strident views on sugar.  A 60 Minutes report featured Dr. Robert Lustig, who is on the warpath against […]

The low carb debate, label reading and antioxidant madness

http://radionutrition.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/RNlowcarbnews.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 5:54 — 2.7MB)Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSSome new research reported last week suggests that all is not well in Low Carb Diet land.  According to popular belief, low carb/high fat/high protein diets lead to faster and easier weight loss, and improvement in some health risk […]

Is standing the new exercise?

Diabetes cases to top 48 million by 2050!  This was the CDC’s message 4 years ago.  A newly revised CDC prediction came out last week: double that earlier prediction.  And then some.  Over 100 million cases of obesity-linked Type 2 diabetes are likely by 2050.  The CDC claims the revised estimate was necessitated by population […]

EVO* – healthy, but are you really getting EVO?

Medical and nutrition researchers have known for a long time that the Mediterranean Diet helps reduces the risk for chronic diseases like cancer and heart disease.  But all they know is that it’s related to reduced risk.  They have very little solid information about how it reduces risk.  The main focus of speculation is olive […]

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