Watch for more on this to come…

My husband shared this TEDMed talk with me tonight, and I wanted to share it with you, along with Dr. Attia’s blog. It takes courage for doctors to deviate from traditional wisdom or the accepted dogma and consider new approaches to existing problems. However, I’ve found that, in my own personal experience, the evidence he seems to be describing is accurate: I’ve found that eating more whole grains and fewer refined carbohydrates is far better for me and my diet than any low-fat approach ever attempted (low-fat seems to always actually result in higher cholesterol for me, meaning that my body compensates for the lower dietary intake by raising the production, indicating an internal imbalance that diet alone can’t correct).

I’ll be following Dr. Attia, and I hope to have more information for you in the months and years to come.

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