Summary of the Lecture - Part Seven


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Part One An introduction.

part two Finding a Heart Healthy Diet

Part Three The Standard American Diet and it's Effects.

Part Four Lipophobia and the Sugar Debate

Part Five Nutritional Ketosis is Normal

Part Six The Obesidemic Environment and Commercial Influence

Part Seven: (This Page) Professionals Oppose the Paradigm

Part Eight Sources of Expertise and Some Suggestions

Part Nine Questions and Answers (To be developed)

You can ask a question here if you wish.

A long list of Professionals are Advocating Change

A small number of professionals recognising the problems with the Guidelines, are recommending change. This is particularly serious with regard to type two diabetes, where the recommended diet is making people worse not better.

Sadly when professionals stand against the official guidelines that often signals the end of their professional career. Little wonder then that those who take such a stand are often at the end of their professional lives. (George Mann, John Yudkin, and Tim Noakes as examples.)

Part Seven: Professionals Oppose the Paradigm. (About 18 Minutes)

Dr Robert Atkins - The Atkins Diet Revolution

Dr Stephen Phinney - "My answers were always wrong."

Dr Richard Bernstein - Type One Diabetic - Ignored

Dr Annika Dahlqvist - Doctor on a Ketogenic Diet

Swedish Experts Committee

Dr Robert Lustig

Jennifer Elliott - Australian Dietician

Dr Gary Fettke - Australian Surgeon

Hybrid or Not? - Glucose Metabolism - Fatty-Acid Metabolism

Science Conflict in Tim Noakes' Trial"

Dr Tim Noakes on Trial for "unprofessional conduct."

Prof. Grant Schofield and Caryn Zinn - The New Paradigm in NZ

Prof. Jim Mann - The Old Paradigm Fights Back

Part Eight: Sources of Expertise and Some Suggestions

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