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Ketons matter! Low-Carb, Ketons and Cancer a study by Dominic D’Agostino – Ivor Cummins

They matter a lot.

Read below and enjoy – longer disease-free life is possible; through carb restriction and/or Intermittant Fasting. You could, like myself, do both. Or you could even add the ketones through exogenous sources, if you believe that low carb is a problem (right).

D’Agostino Study

„Emerging evidence indicates that cancer is primarily a metabolic disease involving disturbances in energy production through respiration and fermentation.“


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„No Sugar“ Foods with Maltodextrin Mess with Your Gut Microbiome – Effects are Significant and Could Explain Rise in IBD, Crohn’s, Ulcerative Colitis & Co – Adel Moussa

No, sugar may not be extra-healthy, but there’s accumulating evidence that it’s alleged „no-sugar“ replacement maltodextrin may be even worse.
I find it quite fitting how Nickerson et al. start their recent review of the potential ill effects of maltodextrin by pointing out that inflammatory bowel disease (IBD | e.g. ulcerative colitis (UC) and Crohn’s disease (CD)) is among the increasingly prevalent „complex, chronic inflammatory states associated with altered dynamics between host anti-microbial defenses and commensal microbes“ that’s plague modern human health.

Scientists have long believed that the ever-increasing number of people suffering from IBD is a consequence of environmental priming or triggering of a genetically susceptible individual to initiate uncontrolled inflammation against commensal bacteria.

The LLVLC Show (Episode 941): Dr. Tim Jackson On Gut Health, Mold, MTHFR & Chronic Infections – Jimmy Moore

That’s something to geek out a bit!

Listen in as Jimmy and Dr. Jackson discuss how he committed to exercise while in college and found benefits, the jaw surgery he had in college for an underbite that he now regrets, the various infections he learned he had that helped restore his health, how people are thrown into surgeries without much screening, his experience in physical therapy where he uses supplements to help clients, how he tries to find the “biggest health rocks,” the flaws in the CDSA test that cultures the bugs compared with the PCR test (from Metametrics) in the DNA for measuring gut health, artificial sweeteners are killing the bacteria in the gut, whether or not there is scientific data that state very low-carb diets are harmful to gut health, how stress takes away from your ability to digest, the nutritional and lifestyle ways to heal the damage to the gut, if you have an infection you need to use antimicrobials, herbs, and maybe medications to remove it, the impact that mold toxicity has on gut health and overall health, how to determine the species of mold you have in your home using the ERMI and HERTSMI-2 tests, the HLA-DR mold genotype that makes some people hypersensitive to mold while others aren’t impacted at all, the epigenetics vs. genetics debate, the biochemical hiccup that can impact your immunity, detoxification, and hormones, the MTHFR enzyme that plays a role in the use of folic acid, how exposure to EMFs from wi-fi can be as toxic to your cells as mold, and more!

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If you liked this, Dr. Tim Jackson was also a guest at Ben Greenfield’s Podcast – here is the link


Categories – Seth Godin

Not quite about nutrition or exercise, but non the less important. We love to think in categories, and it can be a good tool to make things more tangible. But it can also be dangerous to categorize to much. Fat is bad? Fruit = vegetables = good?
Are tomatoes a fruit?

The benefit of a category isn’t to denigrate something or someone. It’s to help us make better decisions with limited information.

If we put someone in the category of, „frequent business traveler,“ we can apply previous learnings about what people like this might want or need.

Categories are useful tools when they help us find shared worldviews and interests. They’re ineffective when they are nothing but surface labels, labels that don’t help us serve.

Use categories well and you seem like a well-prepared mindreader, able to provide what people need, sometimes before they even realize it. It means you can treat patients, lead employees and delight customers on a regular basis.

Use them with laziness or ill intent, and you dehumanize the very people you ought to be serving.

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Über den Autor Mag. Julia Tulipan

Julia Tulipan ist Biologin (Mag.) und Personal Fitness and Health Trainer (Dipl.) und schreibt für verschiedene Online-Magazine und für ihr eigenes Blog paleolowcarb.de vor allem zu den Themen gesunde und artgerechte Ernährung und Bewegung. Julia hat selbst lange mit ihrer Gesundheit gekämpft. So wurde ihr Interesse an gesunder Ernährung geweckt. Seither hat sie sich mit Low Carb und der Paleo-Ernährung Stück für Stück mehr Lebensqualität zurück erkämpft.