Dr. Paul Mason – ‘The heart of the matter – Chapter 1 – Busting the LDL myth’

Dr Paul Mason got his medical degree with honours from the University of Sydney, and also holds degrees in Physiotherapy and Occupational Health. He is an Expert Sports Medicine and Exercise Doctor. Dr Mason established an interest in low carbohydrate diet plans in 2011. Ever since he has actually spent numerous hours checking out and analysing the clinical literature. For a variety of years, Dr. Mason has actually been applying this knowledge in treating metabolic and arthritis clients who have actually attained remarkable and continual weight loss and decreases in joint pain. Dr. Mason has recently become…

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Dr. Penny Figtree – ‘Chronic Kidney Disease and Therapeutic Carbohydrate Restriction’

Dr Penny Figtree finished from the University of Sydney in 1993 with first class honours. With over 20 years in basic practice she has actually now chosen to focus on weight reduction and diabetes. This decision was made after seeing the power of a low carb diet plan to help people slim down and for some to even reverse diabetes. Dr Figtree had previously tried to help clients utilizing numerous diet plans such as low fat diet plans, Optifast, the 5:2 fast however absolutely nothing really worked. In the end she would simply say "as long as…

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Dr. Anthony Chaffee – ‘Plants are trying to kill you!’

Dr Anthony Chaffee is an American medical doctor specialising in Neurosurgery who over a period of 20 years has actually looked into the optimum nutritional practices for athletic performance and health. It is his assertion that the majority of the so-called chronic illness that physicians deal with these days are really triggered by the food we consume, or do not consume, and can in many cases be reversed easily with dietary modifications. Dr. Chaffee began his University education studying Molecular & Cellular Biology with a Minor in Chemistry at the University of Washington in Seattle at the…

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Dr. Pran Yoganathan – ‘What are the barriers to health?’

Dr. Pran Yoganathan graduated in medication from the University of Otago in New Zealand. His training in internal medicine was undertaken in the Westmead Public Hospital. His Advanced training in Gastroenterology was finished in significant teaching healthcare facilities in Sydney. Dr. Yoganathan has a strong interest in the field of human nutrition. He practices an approach to healthcare that assesses the lifestyle of the patient to see how it effects on their intestinal and metabolic health. Dr. Yoganathan thinks that the present day nutritional standards might not be based upon ideal proof and he passionately makes every…

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Dr. Matthew Phillips – ‘Metabolic Strategies as Therapies in Cancer and Neurodegeneration’

Dr. Matthew Phillips is a full-time medical and research neurologist at Waikato Healthcare facility in Hamilton, New Zealand. His foremost passion is to explore the potential feasibility, security, and efficacy of metabolic treatments, particularly fasting and ketogenic diets, in producing alternate metabolic states that enhance nerve cell bioenergetics and might result in improvements in not just the symptoms, however likewise function and quality of life, for individuals with Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, and a variety of extra neurological disorders. Upon completing his Neurology training in Melbourne, Dr. Phillips realised that he had no interest in going the normal route…

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Dr. David Unwin & Dr. Jen Unwin – ‘Nine years of low carb T2D: Making a long-term difference’

Dr. David Unwin is a practicing GP based in Southport in the UK and is a recognised worldwide specialist on the topic of carbohydrates and Type 2 diabetes. After 25 years of attempting to deal with diabetes by standard techniques, Dr. Unwin came across the website www.diabetes.co.uk and from this revelation now neglects main recommendations and treats his patients with a low-carbohydrate diet plan. David is the RCGP National Champion for Collaborative Care and Assistance Preparation in Weight Problems & Diabetes. In 2015 he won the North West NHS 'Innovator of the Year Award' and in 2016…

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Dr. Zoë Harcombe – ‘Should we be vegan?’

Zoë Harcombe was the first pupil from her school to graduate from Cambridge University. While studying mathematics and economics at this historic organization, Zoë set out to respond to the million dollar question – "Why do you eat way too much? When all you desire is to be slim?" This became the title of Zoë's very first book – published in 2004. " Stop Counting Calories & Start Losing Weight" followed in 2008, with an accompanying dish book and "The Obesity Upsurge: What triggered it? How can we stop it?" which was released in October 2010. "The…

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Low Carb Essentials – ‘Vegetable Oils’

'Low Carbohydrate Essentials' are curated collections of our finest presentations that each focus on a specific style of low carbohydrate nutrition. They are designed to present the essential elements of each theme and offer a structure for furthering low carbohydrate nutrition conversation. The theme for this collection is 'Veggie Oils' featuring presentations by Nina Teicholz, Dr. Chris Knobbe, Dr. Paul Mason, Dr. Dariush Mozaffarian and Gary Taubes. Low Carb Essentials – 'Vegetable Oils' Flat Belly Secrets Revealed – Click Here to Discover the #1 Weight Loss Resource!

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Dr. David Unwin – ‘Are we blaming salt for what the sugar did? An old fashioned detective story’

Dr. David Unwin is GP based in Southport in the UK. After over 25 years of trying to treat diabetes by conventional techniques, Dr. Unwin was introduced to low carb nutrition through among his patients and the site www.diabetes.co.uk From this revelation, Dr. Unwin now ignores main guidance and treats his clients with a low-carbohydrate diet. Because embracing the technique, his practice now spends ₤ 50,000 less each year on drugs for diabetes than is average for his location. Dr. Unwin is the RCGP National Champ for Collaborative Care and Support Planning in Weight Problems & Diabetes,…

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Low Carb Essentials – ‘Intermittent Fasting’

'Low Carbohydrate Essentials' are curated collections of our best discussions that each focus on a particular theme of low carb nutrition. They are developed to introduce the vital components of each style and offer a framework for enhancing low carbohydrate nutrition conversation. The theme for this collection is 'Periodic Fasting' featuring presentations by Dr. Jason Fung, Dr. Stephen Phinney and Megan Ramos. Low Carb Essentials – 'Intermittent Fasting' Flat Belly Secrets Revealed – Click Here to Discover the #1 Weight Loss Resource!

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Dr. Aseem Malhotra – ‘Evidence Based Medicine Has Been Hijacked’

Dr Aseem Malhotra is an NHS Trained Consultant Cardiologist, and checking out Teacher of Evidence Based Medication, Bahiana School of Medication and Public Health, Salvador, Brazil. He is a world renowned expert in the avoidance, diagnosis and management of heart problem. He is honorary council member to the Metabolic Psychiatry Clinic at Stanford University school of medicine California, and is Cardiology MSc inspector at the University of Hertfordshire, UK. He is a founding member of Action on Sugar and was the lead advocate highlighting the damage caused by excess sugar intake in the UK, especially its function…

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Dr. David Grimes – ‘Vitamin D and Covid-19’

David Grimes was born in Salford in 1943, and was raised in Prestwich, north Manchester. His secondary education was at Stand Grammar School in Whitefield, and then at Manchester University. He certified in medicine in 1966, carrying out training posts at the Manchester Royal Infirmary. Additional training was at St George's Healthcare facility London as a registrar, going back to Manchester as a senior registrar. In 1977 he was appointed a consultant physician with an unique interest in gastroenterology, at the Blackburn health centers. His extensive daily clinical practice implied that the wards and the outpatient centers…

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Dr. Tro Kalayjian – ‘Hyperlipidemia: Examining the ACC/AHA guidelines for carbohydrate restriction’

Dr. Tro Kalayjian is a board-certified Internal Medicine & Obesity Medication Physician. He got his medical degree from Touro Medical College and finished his Internal Medicine Residency in the Yale New Haven Health System at Greenwich Healthcare facility, working as Chief Medical Citizen throughout his time there. He has actually published research on the subjects of Achalasia, Binge Consuming Disorder, Food Dependency, and Extreme Hypertriglyceridemia. He has likewise worked on several medical research projects, including; a study that demonstrated the statistically significant impact of an unique hospital-based safety effort, a systemic evaluation comparing treatment options for neuropathic…

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Michelle Hurn – ‘Standard Anorexia Dogma (SAD) isn’t working: Let’s Think Differently’

Michelle Hurn is a registered and certified dietitian with eleven years of experience as a medical, severe care dietitian, lead dietitian in psychiatric care, and outpatient dietitian. Michelle is a devoted endurance athlete, she has received the Boston Marathon 12 times, and on November 7th 2020, she just recently won her very first ultra marathon covering 44.63 miles in a 6 hour timed race. While practicing inpatient and outpatient care in the medical facility setting, Michelle discovered a disheartening connection between the high carb, low fat, "sugar in small amounts," nutrition standards she was required to teach,…

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Dr. Bret Scher – ‘Low Carb Diets – Known Benefits, Theoretical Concerns’

Dr Bret Scher finished from Stanford University with a B.S. in biology in 1994 and after that Ohio State University Medical School with a M.D. in 1998. He is a board accredited cardiologist from San Diego who likewise works with customers as an online health coach at LowCarbCardiologist.com. He finished a preventive cardiology fellowship at Scripps Clinic in San Diego and has remained in practice for over 15 years helping people reverse and avoid cardiovascular disease. Dr. Scher also has a passion for spreading the message of prioritising health and has run the Low Carb Cardiologist Podcast…

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Dr. Eric Westman – ‘Evidence-based vs. Internet-based Keto’

Dr. Eric Westman is a Partner Professor of Medication at Duke University. Board Qualified in Obesity Medicine and Internal Medicine, Dr. Westman established the Duke Way of life Medication Center in 2006 after 8 years of medical research on low carb & ketogenic diets. Dr. Westman combines scientific research study and clinical care to provide way of life treatments for obesity, diabetes and tobacco reliance. He is a worldwide understood scientist specialising in low-carbohydrate nutrition and is Past-President and Master Fellow of the Weight Problems Medicine Association and Fellow of The Weight Problems Society. Dr. Westman is…

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Gary Taubes – ‘The History of a Very Bad Idea: Energy Balance, Fat Shaming & the Science of Obesity’

Gary Taubes is an investigative science and health reporter and co-founder of the non-profit Nutrition Science Initiative (NuSI.org). He is the author of 'The Case For Keto' (2020 ), 'The Case Versus Sugar' (2016 ), 'Why We Get Fat and What to Do About It' (2011) and 'Great Calories, Bad Calories' (2007 ), (published as 'The Diet plan Deception' in the UK). Gary is the recipient of a Robert Wood Johnson Structure Investigator Award in Health Policy Research, and has won various other awards for his journalism. These consist of the International Health Reporting Award from the…

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Dr. Mark Cucuzzella – ‘The Child Obesity Pandemic’

Dr. Mark Cucuzzella is a Teacher at West Virginia University School of Medication. He is also a just recently retired Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Flying force who developed programs to promote health and much better fitness in the military. Dr. Cucuzzella has been a competitive runner for over thirty years with more than 100 marathon and ultramarathon finishes. He continues to compete as a national-level Masters runner. He has actually won the Flying force Marathon twice and run a marathon under 3:00 for 29 straight years. Dr. Cucuzzella is the race director of Flexibility's Run…

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Low Carb International All Stars 2021 – Denver 2nd Q&A Session

Some of the speakers from 'Low Carbohydrate International All Stars 2021' address concerns from the audience. Featuring Nick Norwitz, Dave Feldman, Joan Ifland, Dave Dikeman and L. Amber O'Hearn. Please consider supporting Low Carbohydrate Down Under by means of Patreon. A little month-to-month contribution will help in the costs of filming and modifying these discussions and will permit us to keep producing high quality content free from advertising. For more information check out; Low Carb International All Stars 2021 – Denver 2nd Q&A Session Flat Belly Secrets Revealed – Click Here to Discover the #1 Weight Loss…

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Dr. Chris Palmer – ‘The Ketogenic Diet in Neurology and Psychiatry’

Christopher Palmer, MD got his medical degree from Washington University School of Medicine. He did his internship and psychiatry residency at McLean Medical facility, Massachusetts General Health Center, and Harvard Medical School. He is presently the Director of the Department of Postgraduate and Postgraduate Work at McLean Healthcare Facility and an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. For the previous 25 years, he has actually been a scholastic physician with administrative, research, educational, and scientific roles. Dr. Palmer leads McLean Hospital's Department of Postgraduate and Postgraduate Work. In this role, he has actually developed numerous…

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