Tag Archives: PCOS

Sugar – Could it really be killing us?

Sugar! My sweet, most-beloved! Are you really my enemy? How could that be when I love you so much? That sugar was killing us was the accusation made by its most widely known and harshest critic, Robert Lustig, MD, back in 2009 with … Continue reading

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Yet Another Journal Study that Will Obfuscate Rather than Clarify

A friend sent me a journal link to evaluate and now I have to rant! The journal article was reporting the results of a study comparing the effect on diabetic blood sugar control of a low-carb ketogenic vs a low GI … Continue reading

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ApoE4 and PCOS, Metabolic Syndrome, Female-to-Male TS – Part 1

The ε4 allele has been alleged by many to be contributory to a number of Western disease outcomes. Not only that, the differing responses of the human organism having the various alleles of apoE has created, I think, a nightmare of misunderstanding and … Continue reading

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