Evidence for the Prescription of Low-Carb High-Fat Diets

“…available evidence from clinical and preclinical studies indicates that LCHF diets consistently improve all other markers of cardiovascular risk—lowering elevated blood glucose, insulin, triglyceride, ApoB and saturated fat (especially palmitoleic acid) concentrations, reducing small dense LDL particle numbers, glycated haemoglobin (HbA1c) levels, blood pressure and body weight while increasing low HDL-cholesterol concentrations and reversing non-alcoholic… Read More

Stone-walling low-carb: DAA, APHA, and the Diet of Worms. | Richard David Feinman

Originally posted on THE SOVEREIGN PATIENT:
“Our Gutenberg is, of course, the internet where technical and scientific writings, once the province of specialists, can now be viewed by many and where they can be discussed widely. Publishers of many journals try to maintain pay-walls in keeping with somebody’s observation that publishers’ function used to be…

Dr. Bob Nelson speaks to the Palmetto Panel about importance of Healthcare Freedom in our Republic | THE SOVEREIGN PATIENT

Georgia Chapter Free Market Medical Association spokesperson, Dr. Bob Nelson, had the honor of addressing the 3rd annual Citizens in Action, Palmetto Panel held at Clemson University on February 25… Source: Dr. Bob Nelson speaks to the Palmetto Panel about importance of Healthcare Freedom in our Republic | THE SOVEREIGN PATIENT

Drugs Don’t Cause Addiction: This Brilliant Animated Video Will Change Your View on Drugs Forever | The Unbounded Spirit

The brilliant short animated video below will explain to you why drugs don’t actually cause addiction in the way you might think, changing your view on drugs forever. Source: Drugs Don’t Cause Addiction: This Brilliant Animated Video Will Change Your View on Drugs Forever | The Unbounded Spirit

A Path Towards a Viable Interstate Health Insurance Market | Robert Nelson, MD | Pulse | LinkedIn

Originally posted on THE SOVEREIGN PATIENT:
Alternatives to our current over-priced and dysfunctional health insurance market are often biased, and thus limited, by our current operational and regulatory structure. These structures are so entrenched in our healthcare psyche that it makes it difficult sometimes to set these aside in our minds while entertaining how another approach…