“Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted.” —William Bruce Cameron
When I wrote part I of this post, I naively assumed this would only be a two-part series. However, so many great questions and comments emerged from the discussion that I realize it’s worth spending much more time on this important and misunderstood topic. In terms of setting expectations, I suspect this series will require at least…
In this post we’ll address the following concept: What should you eat to have the greatest chance of delaying the arrival of cardiovascular disease?
In this post we’ll address the following concept: Why is it necessary to measure LDL-P, instead of just LDL-C?
Last week I wrote about how carbohydrates are effectively a performance-enhancing substance, at least for certain performances in certain people. I received many great questions, including some challenging this suggestion, which really pleases me because it demonstrates folks are thinking about tradeoffs and questioning everything.