If you are looking for my writings on nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (and a little on alcoholic fatty liver disease), you should start with this article: Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease: A Silent Epidemic of Nutritional Imbalance I also recommend you start with the above article as background if you are looking for my information on […]
My apologies to anyone who received this in their RSS feed on Thursday as a teaser. I have now revised and extended it to include several studies showing that diet-induced obesity can be achieved in rats and mice without using any sugar at all, and have included a clearer conclusion. Ancel Keys is best known […]
A new study claims to show that carbohydrate restriction is superior to calorie restriction at improving fatty liver disease: Browning JD, Baker JA, Rogers T, Davis J, Satapati S, Burgess SC. Short-term weight loss and hepatic triglyceride reduction: evidence of a metabolic advantage with dietary carbohydrate restriction. Am J Clin Nutr. 2011 In this study […]
I have a new article on nonalcoholic fatty liver disease appearing in the outgoing issue of Wise Traditions, and the online version just went up on the web site: Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease — A Silent Epidemic of Nutritional Imbalance The article contains a lot of information that I’ve already posted on this blog, but […]
by Chris Masterjohn New blog over at WestonAPrice.Org about how a nourishing diet may sometimes increase blood lipids by curing somone of fatty liver disease: Why Is My Cholesterol So High On This Diet? Read more about Chris Masterjohn, PhD, here.
In several recent posts, I argued that most of us aren’t getting enough choline, and that the disappearance of choline-rich foods like liver and egg yolks from the modern diet is likely responsible for the silent epidemic of fatty liver disease that may be afflicting 70-100 million Americans. If you missed them, you can find them […]