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Carbohydrates

Lowering your Carbohydrates to less than 100 grams a day can vastly improve the performance of your Autonomic System and help you lose weight and feel healthier.

  • Carbs, Sport Drinks and Exercise

    Many people drink sports drinks before or after exercising.  These often contain a lot of carbohydrates (Gatorade = 30 grams, Powerade = 25 grams) which…

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  • Niacin Supplement Doesn’t Prevent Heart Disease

    A recent NIH study assessing the effectiveness of Niaspan (a niacin supplement used to decrease triglycerides and raise HDL cholesterol)…

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  • What Dr. N Eats…..

    Had a nice lunch yesterday….. A small butcher block covered with a variety of italian meats, some chunks of delicious…

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  • Don’t Feed Your Kids McDonald’s Strawberry Lemonade

    With summer coming on, a cold frosty lemonade from McDonald’s may sound refreshing and evoke some pleasant childhood memories but…

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  • Mummies and Atherosclerosis

    A Brief Overview of Atherosclerosis Atherosclerosis is a process of chronic inflammation of the cells lining the arterial walls.  Overtime,…

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  • 30% of All Americans Have Fatty Liver. Do You?

    What is Fatty Liver? Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) is a disorder of fat metabolism within the liver and affects…

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  • A Reader Asks – “How Do You Know When You Are Done ‘Detoxing’ After Reducing Carbs?”

    Wikipedia – “Detoxification (detox for short) is the physiological or medicinal removal of toxic substances from a living organism, including,…

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  • Misleading Science and Bad Reporting

    This article in the LA Times was forwarded to me by friend who asked my opinion about it. The article…

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  • William Banting – Father of the Low Carbohydrate Diet

    William Banting was a carpenter and undertaker who first championed the idea that a diet low in carbohydrates had health…

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  • Obesity Does Not Cause Heart Disease

    The Problem According to the American Heart Association, more than 910,000 Americans still die of heart disease annually.  And more than…

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