The Gish Gallop as applied to LCHF & ketogenic states

For those unfamiliar with the term Gish Gallop it is a rhetorical technique, named after an American creationist, Duane Gish, who employed it. It’s a term for when you throw out copious amounts of half-truths and baseless claims in rapid succession, knowing your...

Changing Views Fat Metabolism 2015 Dr Ken Sikaris

Dr Ken Sikaris is a graduate of the University of Melbourne, he trained at the Royal Melbourne, Queen Victoria, and Prince Henry’s Heidelberg Repatriation Hospitals. He obtained fellowships from the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia and the...

Combined Fat and Carbs Are More Dangerous Together Than Taken Individually

Summary: Foods containing fat and carbs are manufactured foods usually containing large amounts of carbohydrates and seed oil fats. There are no “good” carbohydrates (sugar) and the fats are seed oils manipulated under high pressure and temperature and...

Why is sugar addictive?

Sugar is addictive. Sugar comes in many forms includes glucose, fructose, starches, cereals, rice, bread and flour. Sugar acts in the same way as other addictive substances, it stimulates the release of dopamine in the brain. A “feel good”chemical. This...