Things That Interested Me This Week: Nov 2, 2011

OK, it is appearing that this may turn into a bi-weekly posting series, but we’ll see how often I can put together the next few reviews first. Anyway, once again, the world has been full of fascinating stuff…

From cholesterol guidelines being challenged, to conflicts of interest in dietary guidelines, ADHD and diet, high fat diets & diabetes, peak physical condition, Bulletproof Diet and coffee, MCT oil, carbs and cancer, dairy and infertility, fatty acids and triglycerides, a Biochemistry blog, a bunch of info on gout (5 articles) and a link to free full text journal articles. What a well-rounded and informative last two weeks!

Is the use of cholesterol in mortality risk algorithms in clinical guidelines valid? Ten years prospective data from the Norwegian HUNT 2 study Abstract from PubMed

Conflicts of interest rife in those setting diabetes and cholesterol guidelines Dr. Briffa reviews what may be going on behind the scenes

Child Have ADHD? Stop Feeding Them This The link between diet and ADHD from Dr. Mercola

Does a High-Fat Diet Cause Type 2 Diabetes? Research review post from Denise Minger on Mark’s Daily Apple

Rachel Mac’s Fitness Model Guide to A Big Night Out How to get ready the body in peak shape for a big night out

Bulletproof Diet Illustrated one page guide from Bulletproof Exec
How To Make Your Coffee Bulletproof… and Your Morning Too The powerful a.m. energizer and hunger supressor
MCT Oil – Pharmaceutical Grade From Upgraded Self

Is There a Role for Carbohydrate Restriction in the Treatment and Prevention of Cancer? Review from BioMed Central

A prospective study of dairy foods intake and anovulatory infertility Research from Oxford Journals

Intro to Fatty Acids and Triglycerides From Richard David Feinman

Richard David Feinman Research blog on nutrition and metabolism

Gout, Diet and the Insulin Resistance Syndrome Editorial from the Journal of Rheumatology
Gout and Metabolic Syndrome Post from Carb Wars Blog
Gout Link to Fructose and Metabolic Syndrome Review from The Examiner
Sugar, Gout and Metabolic Syndrome From Hadley Wood Healthcare
Gout and the Atkins Diet. Should You Use It? From

Full Text Journal Articles
Oxford Journals Online resource for journal articles in the fields of Economics, Humanities, Law, Life Sciences, Mathematics & Physical Sciences, Medicine and Social Sciences

One comment

  1. Very good blog you have here friend. I would like to reiterate the benefit of knowing what works and what does not. Some things just are simply more plausible than others. I hope everyone reading this blog agrees. Hey, it is useful information, so why not? Can be a lifesaver if used properly.


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