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Sepsis and Type 2 Diabetes: Cut From The Same Cloth?

Written by: Judah Boulet As we learn more and more about disease states, there tends to be more and more overlap between the pathology of acute inflammatory conditions and the pathology of 21st century chronic disease.  At his SUNY New Paltz lecture in February, Robb introduced some correlations between Sepsis and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus… Continue Reading

Paleo Diet Risk Assessment: Update

Hey folks, just wanted to provide a bit of recent media coverage on the risk assessment program here in Reno, NV. If you missed my first piece on this, you can find that here. You might remember Dr. Kim Mulvihill and her 5 part news piece on paleo, looking at the AHS and research conducted… Continue Reading

Red Meat: Part of a Healthy Diet?

Red Meat Scare There I was, minding my own business. Just getting my talk ready for PaleoFx, washing clothes and chasing Keystone around the house on my mobility breaks. Then…the Meatpocalypse began. It started benignly enough. A few folks posted links to Facebook and twitter about a new study claiming  “RED meat will kill you.… Continue Reading


Paleo By Profession – Is it Possible?

This week I received an email from a current dietetic student wondering how it is ‘possible’ to be a Paleo  dietitian and promote the lifestyle, even though it doesn’t exactly ‘jive’ with the USDA Food Plate and dietary guidelines.  I often receive emails and inquiries like this from students, current registered dietitians, nurses, health professionals and ‘nutritionists’. … Continue Reading


New Year = New You!

Bulky sweaters, sweat pants, sweat shirts, elastic waistbands – it’s winter.  Not only is this the season for comfort foods – but it’s also the season for ‘comfort clothes’.  Unfortunately, when spring rolls around and it’s time to shed those layers of cloth we don’t always like the ‘permanent layers’ (um, yeah, that’s fat…) we… Continue Reading


Hormones: Disrupted, Decadent, Depraved

During a recent conversation with my father over the movie “Tree of Life” I noted that life is really just 1,000 near death experiences. We are aware that an eventual end is coming. Whether it be by Mayan prediction, Solar Flares, Economic catastrophe, or Justin Bieber (bleak I know). Eventually, there will be an “end… Continue Reading

Iron can react with oxygen and essential fats to cause a series of molecular chain reactions. Such reactions can, in a single second, generate billions of high-energy electrons that damage our tissues the same way radiation does.

Iron fortified infant cereal: A formula for health problems?

This is a guest post by Catherine Shanahan, MD Author of Deep Nutrition: Why Your Genes Need Traditional Food and Food Rules: A Doctor’s Guide to Healthy Eating If you are a young mom, there’s a good chance your pediatrician has recommend that you provide an iron-fortified formula or cereal to your baby. But are these iron-fortified products really the best thing for… Continue Reading