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  1. Cerebral Fructose Metabolism as a Potential Mechanism Driving Alzheimer’s Disease

    HYPOTHESIS AND THEORY ARTICLE
    Cerebral Fructose Metabolism as a Potential Mechanism Driving Alzheimer’s Disease
    I've not read this paper yet but will comment on it next week.
  2. That's the problem, when you start having to...

    That's the problem, when you start having to think for yourself because you discover "official" advice doesn't do what the "officials" say it will do, you find you don't trust any "Authority" figures...
  3. Atmospheric Temperature and CO2: Hen-or-Egg Causality?

    Atmospheric Temperature and CO2: Hen-or-Egg Causality?
    Not at all diet related but an interesting paper.
    Like so many issues it's far more complicated than was thought.
    If increasing temperature...
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    When you've got time it's worth putting it on....

    When you've got time it's worth putting it on. It's a bit more informal than most podcasts.
    If you can imagine the two of them having a off the record chat in your lounge it's that intimate and...
  5. Lies, Damned Lies and Health Statistics – the...

    Lies, Damned Lies and Health Statistics – the Deadly Danger of False Positives
    20 September 2020 by Dr Michael Yeadon
    Another sensible article that may persuade others to sign the above declaration.
  6. What's Wrong with Social Science and How to Fix It

    This article is for the science nerds and those who wonder why research doesn't seem to be clarifying anything for certain.
    What's Wrong with Social Science and How to Fix It

    I think these...
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    I'm not at all keen on I don't think...

    I'm not at all keen on


    I don't think ultraprocessed food-like products are ever a good idea .
    I've never read an ingredients list of such products that didn't contain items I wouldn't normally...
  8. I added a link to JPSears video making fun of how...

    I added a link to JPSears video making fun of how to be fit following current covid prevention advice to several of my recent facebook posts and they have removed all these posts not just the link to...
  9. Opinion: Joanna Blythman: Want to stay fit and healthy? Then ignore Boris's bad advic

    Opinion: Joanna Blythman: Want to stay fit and healthy? Then ignore Boris's bad adviceBy Joanna Blythman


    What is sad is that at the bottom of article the paper adds a disclaimer.

    If the...
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    Article is rather spoilt by this section. ...

    Article is rather spoilt by this section.


    Mean 25(OH)D levels in the UK and indeed much of the USA work out just under 50nmol/l 20ng/ml.
    To reduce the severity of covid requires level above...
  11. Thanks for finding that. I'm sure you are aware...

    Thanks for finding that.
    I'm sure you are aware that it's the sugar/fructose in junk foods that reduce vitamin d levels, so overweight, obese and diabetic individuals are more likely to be vitamin...
  12. Unfortunately I cannot find any reference in the...

    Unfortunately I cannot find any reference in the paper to how much vitamin d3 daily the people who said they were taking vitamin d at the begining of the study were actually taking.
    In all...
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    The Mad Modellers of Lockdown...

    The Mad Modellers of Lockdown Dr Kendrick's take on the situation.

    It makes the old TV series "Yes Minister" quite tame compared with what actually happens now. It would be funny if it wasn't...
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    I read that as well. Given the guy has recently...

    I read that as well.
    Given the guy has recently lost his job as having his fancy woman visit him at home was contrary to the lockdown rules that he initiated, I thought the description of him as an...
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    I am sure Dr Asseem Malhotra has summed up the...

    I am sure Dr Asseem Malhotra has summed up the situation accurately.
    However, getting people to change their diet and eat real food instead of industrially processed ultrarefined junk foods is...
  16. 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...
  24. 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...
  25. 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
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