The “I have no words” series will consist of tweets in the online health space for which I have no words. This introduction will be the only part of the series for which I have words.
“Ketogenic diet activates protective γδ T cell responses against influenza virus infection”? A critical look at a flawed paper.
June 29, 2020
How to do nutrition science, and why low-carbers usually do it wrong. Part 2. Why nutrition science today is hard: we are biased and don’t have a systematic approach
August 31, 2019
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- David Saenger I have been using a Whoop device for 3.5 years. It isn't perfect, but I stick with it because it seems accurate most of the time. They also claim to have a study that validates their device. Are you...
- Steve This was an excellent and eye opening review. It is shocking, to see how authors can brazenly distort studies to explicitly say that the authors stated something whereas the original study stated the...
- Rob Palmer Agreed, and that holistic style of thinking is one of the things I like most about the work that Buettner has done. In case you're interested, below is an article from the Blue Zones people about the...
- Erik Arnesen Note that Buettner and the other "Blue Zones" people don't attribute longevity to diet per se, or any one factor.
- Amit Deshwar Kevin, Can you elaborate on the issues with your diet during your year of poverty? Was it an issue of macro or micro nutrients? Or something else?