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  1. Corrupt school medicine is failing in this serious moment Lars Bern

    Corrupt school medicine is failing in this serious moment
    Lars Bern defends Annika Dahlquist (the doctor who was suspended for telling patients about the benefits of reducing refined carbohydrate...
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    Vitamin D crucial to activating immune defenses...

    Vitamin D crucial to activating immune defenses


    For those who like reading the full text you can find a copy Vitamin D controls T cell antigen receptor signaling
    and activation of human T cells...
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    Fat-soluble vitamin intestinal absorption:[/B]...

    Fat-soluble vitamin intestinal absorption:[/B]
    Obviously you are going to get some benefit from a mixed vitamin d + vitamin k combination but you would give the vitamin k a better chance by taking...
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    In one of my posts I put the work MODULATE in...

    In one of my posts I put the work MODULATE in capitals.
    Modulation by vitamin D enables the response of cells to enzyme actions can be adjusted in response to changing circumstances. This means that...
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    Vitamin D & the Upper Respiratory Tract...

    Vitamin D & the Upper Respiratory Tract
    Here is another video explaining in fairly clearly the evidence behind using vitamin d to prevent or reduce the adverse consequences of respiratory tract...
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    Vitamin D Supplementation Could Prevent and Treat...

    Vitamin D Supplementation Could Prevent and Treat Influenza, Coronavirus, and Pneumonia Infections

    DOWNLOAD free full text PDF
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    Alongside improving vitamin d status to at least...

    Alongside improving vitamin d status to at least 50ng/ml 125nmol/l it's also a good idea at the moment to AVOID BREAD and PASTA and other refined carbohydrate foods. I know the shelve are bare at the...
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    Vitamin D and the current epidemic.?

    As many here will be aware because of my own underlying health problems I have had to study the role of vitamin d and immune function. It was back in 2012 I first raised the idea of using high dose...
  9. High-Risk Atherosclerosis and Metabolic Phenotype

    This new paper is worth reading even if you just look at the images and read the sections headed LIFESTYLE LINK
    It's helpful when the rather dense scientific text is interspersed with more basic...
  10. Whole milk compared with reduced-fat milk and...

    Whole milk compared with reduced-fat milk and childhood overweight: a systematic review and meta-analysis


    There's no evidence full-fat dairy is bad for kids, study says
  11. Dietary saturated fat intake and risk of stroke: Systematic review and dose–response

    Dietary saturated fat intake and risk of stroke: Systematic review and dose–response meta-analysis of prospective cohort studies


    Do bear in mind these studes are based either on Food Frequency...
  12. Lower core body temperature and greater body fat...

    Lower core body temperature and greater body fat are components of a human thrifty phenotype
    There is bound to be a lot of individual variability. We need more research using different sexes/age...
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    I thought everyone was aware of the potential for...

    I thought everyone was aware of the potential for
    Auto-brewery syndrome
  14. I wondered that as well. I've been interested...

    I wondered that as well.
    I've been interested in the Early Time Restricted feeding studies where people have an and eating window that starts early and ends around 4 pm
    Clinical study finds...
  15. There is useful discussion taking place on this...

    There is useful discussion taking place on this paper at Reddit/ScientificNutrition/comments including a link to the full text, This comment caught my attention.
  16. Twice as High Diet-Induced Thermogenesis After Breakfast vs Dinner On High-Calorie as

    Twice as High Diet-Induced Thermogenesis After Breakfast vs Dinner On High-Calorie as Well as Low-Calorie Meals

    Daily Mail Article on this paper.
    Eating a big breakfast instead of a large dinner...
  17. Noakes responds to Leaf assessment of dietary...

    Noakes responds to Leaf assessment of dietary study

    It's so sad that so much valuable time has to be wasted responding to unnecessary criticism.

    It's the same with the Cummins/Kendrick debate....
  18. Should obesity be recognised as a disease? Rapid...

    Should obesity be recognised as a disease? Rapid Response: Re: Should obesity be recognised as a disease? 07 August 2019 Agnes Ayton
    Found this rapid response from Agnes Ayton to a BMJ article. The...
  19. The Western diet: a blind spot of eating disorder research?—a narrative review

    The Western diet: a blind spot of eating disorder research?-a narrative review and recommendations for treatment and research
    The full text of the paper downloads from the above link. The lead...
  20. The Lancet Study Dr Kendrick's response.

    The Lancet Study Dr Kendrick
    Not quite as detailed and thorough as Zoe's article on the same paper.
    Non-HDL cholesterol & cardiovascular diseaseZoe's article

    But it is interesting to compare...
  21. India shows why the global shift to plant-based diets is dangerous

    George Henderson has just posted a link to this paper on Facebook
    Which Is a Good Diet—Veg or Non-veg? Faith-Based Vegetarianism for Protection From Obesity—a Myth or Actuality?



    The easy read...
  22. Dr Aseem Malhotra mentions maldistribution of...

    Dr Aseem Malhotra mentions maldistribution of resources through “too much medicine”; and diet-related disease" caused by the misinformation in medical/nutrition research as a contributory factor for...
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    MARIKA SBOROS: Vegan hype of titanic proportions...

    MARIKA SBOROS: Vegan hype of titanic proportions is a game changer in diet spin
  24. Consumption of low-calorie sweetened beverages is associated with higher total energy

    Consumption of low-calorie sweetened beverages is associated with higher total energy and sugar intake among children, NHANES 2011-2016.
    Science Daily article on this paper
    Children and teens who...
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    Circulating Vitamin D3 and 25-hydroxyvitamin D in Humans

    When this paper was published Cholecalciferol the basic form of vitamin d3 was thought to be inert inactive and the active forms were calcidiol (the storage form and Calcitriol the hormonal form were...
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