I have thoroughly enjoyed listening to and reading information from Ben Bikman, PhD, a scientist and professor at Brigham Young University with a primary focus on better understanding chronic modern-day diseases, with special emphasis on the origins and consequences of obesity and diabetes. His research covers a lot of information on brown and white fat, as well as my favorite hormone insulin. Continue reading
The Ketogeek Fahad Ahmad recently interviewed chemical engineer turned health expert Ivor Cummins. Ivor has a way of making complex topics very accessible and this interview is worth the time investment.
The Break Nutrition website reads “Break Nutrition is about replacing diet and more broadly lifestyle myths with up to date information suitable for taking you from theory to practice.” This website is another information bonanza!
More to come…..
Another great listen from STEM-Talk . Dr. Diamond’s interview is very accessible (not too “sciencey”) and informative. Check out the links in the podcast show notes to hear more from Dr. Diamond.
For the super nerds out there, STEM-Talk is a podcast sponsored by the IHMC (Institute for Human and Machine Cognition), a not-for-profit research institute of the Florida University System. The podcast series started in March 2016 and their slogan reads “Conversations with some of the most interesting people in the world of science and technology”. I have listened to a few of their health related podcasts and they are worth a listen.
Livin’ La Vida LowCarb podcast is currently featuring lectures from the 2016 Metabolic Therapeutics Conference. Dr. Mary Newport gave a lecture on her personal experiences with ketones and Alzheimer’s disease that was fascinating.
I listened the Keto Talk podcast 45: Very Low Ketones While Fit, Cold Hands & Feet, Sleep Raising Ketones, Salt, Excessive Calories and part of Dr. Adam Nally from “Doc Muscles discussion was on the topic of buffer foods and trigger foods. Continue reading