Dr. Sara Hallberg speaks about how people can reverse their Type 2 diabetes, and get off their insulin/diabetes medications for good. This talk was published in May of 2015.
In this video, Stephanie explains the science behind the All In approach to reversing hypothalamic amenorrhea. Hypothalamic amenorrhea is a condition in which menstruation stops for several months due to a problem involving the hypothalamus. The hypothalamus is in the center of the brain and controls reproduction. Additionally, this video may also answer the question of why some people gain weight on the carnivore diet, and why they eventually lose the extra weight again. Warning: Stephanie is not a carnivore and although very thought-provoking and informational, this video may be triggering for some.
Learn more about the five factors involved in missing periods from Nicola Rinaldi (Nico), author of No Period. Now What? A Guide to Regaining Your Cycles and Improving Your Fertility.
Have you ever wondered why men tend to lose more weight than women on a low-carb diet? In this video, Dr. Lucia Aronica describes the surprising results of her analysis of the Stanford DIETFITS study, the largest randomized clinical trial that was ever undertaken to compare low-carb and low-fat diets for weight loss.
Dr. Lustig explains the truth about sugar and how it affects the organs in your body. If you haven’t seen this lecture before, you may be shocked and amazed by what you learn. (Originally published in 2009)
In this short lecture, Dr Paul Mason reviews the compelling science proving that brain function can be improved in those suffering dementia using a ketogenic diet. Dr Mason also demonstrates that the risk of dementia can be reduced in the first place, and finishes by providing specific dietary recommendations.
In this easy to understand and interesting lecture, Professor Timothy Noakes explains what insulin resistance is, how it develops, and how it drives disease.
Gary Taubes is an investigative science and health journalist, and co-founder of the non-profit Nutrition Science Initiative (NuSI.org). He is also the recipient of a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Investigator Award in Health Policy Research, and has won numerous other awards for his journalism.
In The Case Against Sugar, science writer Gary Taubes (Why We Get Fat) delves into America’s history with sugar. He explains what research has shown about our addiction to sweets. He clarifies the arguments against sugar, corrects misconceptions about its relationship to weight; and provides perspective for making informed decisions about it.