Entries by Fred Pauser

Dietary Suggestions

EAT 2 OR 3 EGGS PER DAY, boiled-one-minute or poached, not fried. Should be organic cage-free. Yoke more important than the whites for nutrients.

If your doctor said to avoid eggs, s/he is wrong.

Correcting Misunderstandings About Fat

Over 50 years ago a scientist named Ancel Keys did a study that indicated saturated fats to be a major contributing factor in heart disease! Unfortunately he dishonestly rigged the study, but he was so influential that the government adopted his low-fat dietary recommendations on a national level!

Part 3 — Intermittent Fasting

All of the experts mentioned in this series are advocates of intermittent fasting. It confers health benefits far beyond assisting in reducing unwanted weight, but first we will look into the weight aspect.

Part 2 – Specific Diets, Pros and Cons

THE GOAL is to pick a diet that will enable weight (fat) loss, but to do so while promoting health, maintaining good energy, and will not cause muscle loss. Also a well-designed diet should NOT cause an ongoing feeling of hunger.

Vitamin K2 Is Under-Appreciated

“If there’s a single vitamin you need to know more about, it’s vitamin K2. The first reason is you’re probably not getting enough. The second is that it doesn’t get the attention it deserves…” — Chris Masterjohn PhD.

For years many people have been taking high doses of vitamin D3 to promote calcium absorption to prevent osteoporosis. AND THEN THEY OFTEN GO ON TO DEVELOP OSTEOPOROSIS (and/or calcified plague).

How to Choose which Experts to Trust

Is the “expert” fact-based and science-based, or does the person’s views seem more ideologically-based, or bias-based due to monetary concerns? What are his/her credentials (not just degrees, but background and experience)? Is their writing stilted, or clear and straightforward? Do they come across as possessing high integrity?