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Updated: 2018-04-19T07:54:05.821+00:00

 



Very recent Youtube videos/talk by Dr. Uffe Ravnsk...

2010-08-14T16:08:36.734+00:00

Very recent Youtube videos/talk by Dr. Uffe Ravnskov. This is in danish, anyone offers to translate this? http://www.youtube.com/user/torbentwins



Some Ravnskov's articles: http://thrivewithdi...

2010-08-10T12:57:50.221+00:00

Some Ravnskov's articles:

http://thrivewithdiabetes.com/doc/Cholesterol_was_healthy_in_the_end.pdf
http://lindring.com/FatFree.pdf
http://www.canibaisereis.com/download/ravnskov-is-saturated-fat-bad.pdf
http://www.canibaisereis.com/download/ravnskov-cholesterol-myths-alive.pdf



Socialstyrelsen (National Board of Health and Welf...

2009-11-25T19:36:09.501+00:00

Socialstyrelsen (National Board of Health and Welfare) is a govermnet agency. "The board has a very wide range of activities and many different duties within the fields of social services, health and medical services, environmental health, communicable disease prevention and control and epidemiology. The Government determines the policy guidelines for our work."



Recently, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences (...

2009-11-22T20:37:12.962+00:00

Recently, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences (yes, the ones handing out the Nobel Prize in physics and chemistry) had a one-day symposium on dietary fat, and parts of it is webcasted:

http://www.kva.se/sv/Kalendarium/Kalendariumlista/Event/?eventId=159

Enjoy! And please tell us your thoughts.



Yes, and the protective role of antimicrobial satu...

2009-11-18T21:03:28.780+00:00

Yes, and the protective role of antimicrobial saturated fats, improved immune function in normoglycaemia and a host of other aspects. Dr R has got his head screwed on!

Peter



Dr. Ravnskov's theory about plaques and infect...

2009-11-17T19:33:05.612+00:00

Dr. Ravnskov's theory about plaques and infection could explain why vitamin D is protective of the heart since vitamin D has a well documented role in the immune system.



Thanks Petro for bringing this nice interview with...

2009-11-10T01:55:03.005+00:00

Thanks Petro for bringing this nice interview with Dr. Ravnskov. Here are 2 audio interviews with Dr. Ravnskov that other readers may enjoy listening:

http://www.crayhonresearch.com/nutrition/nmu_20045_cholesterol_controversy_robert_crayhon_ufte_ravnskov.htm
http://www.informyourself.com.au/ravnskov.mp3



Stan, I think this has to be watched carefully in...

2009-11-09T15:25:16.967+00:00

Stan,

I think this has to be watched carefully in terms of outcome. So far so good.

But if low fat finally crumbles I would agree, it would feel a bit odd not to be a heretic on this front...

But good for so many people. The diabetics in post op wards don't look too happy after their amputations. It would be worth it!

Peter



Thanks Ted, I've edited in a comment to this e...

2009-11-09T15:20:55.403+00:00

Thanks Ted, I've edited in a comment to this effect in the text of the full interview

Peter



Although Ufe Ravnskov offers, at the end of his in...

2009-11-08T16:39:25.872+00:00

Although Ufe Ravnskov offers, at the end of his interview, to send copies his hypothesis to anyone who is interested, in fact you can download a full text PDF at this link
Vulnerable Plaque Formation from Obstruction of Vasa Vasorum by Homocysteinylated and Oxidized Lipoprotein Aggregates Complexed with Microbial Remnants and LDL Autoantibodies




2009-11-06T21:20:44.167+00:00

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Reported for malpractice? holy shit! That's so...

2009-11-06T04:10:53.896+00:00

Reported for malpractice? holy shit! That's socialism for you....



Hi Peter, This is fascinating! My theory is that t...

2009-11-05T23:52:08.422+00:00

Hi Peter,
This is fascinating!
My theory is that the present change in the paradigm (in Poland and Sweden at first) has been caused more by a different generation of thinking people rather than any one scientist managing to convince his peers of the truth.

The current generation of non-scientific technology-inept consensus-seekers, cholesterol-fighting low fat followers is giving way to new people. I welcome this, though I will miss the fun of being a "heretic". May have to switch to other heresies, if there are going to be any left. 8-:)
Stan



Go Uffe! What news. How big is the National Board...

2009-11-05T17:51:09.602+00:00

Go Uffe!

What news. How big is the National Board of Health and Welfare? Is it like the AHA or NIH or even a governmental agency? If so, then it's like a complete reversal of conventional dogma from the top. Only, since what did the trick was the "treatment was considered to be in accord with scientific evidence", then it isn't dogma at all, it's the truth.

Maybe the previous dogma was said to be based on scientific evidence, but statistics from the Seven Countries paper is merely accounting. Incomplete, immature and outright flawed accounting. I have to wonder how many penalties Ancel had to pay for fudging his income tax forms.



Wow! Well, maybe Sweden will lead the world in a ...

2009-11-05T15:56:41.390+00:00

Wow! Well, maybe Sweden will lead the world in a new dietary order. What a great interview, it makes me hope that science may yet prevail over dogma.



Bacterial K is K2 which is useful. I started to su...

2009-11-05T13:56:44.757+00:00

Bacterial K is K2 which is useful. I started to supplement with K2 in 2003 due to a bone density problem (now cured) and found Dietary Intake of Menaquinone Is Associated with a Reduced Risk of Coronary Heart Disease: The Rotterdam Study

I still take K2.



Thanks for the link, I gathered the number was rea...

2009-11-05T13:40:49.568+00:00

Thanks for the link, I gathered the number was reasonable but zero is better. Currently I go for normoglycaemia w/o hyperinsulinaemia for my best bet for minimising progress. My vitamin K tends to be bacterial from yogurt and I'm not at all sure how useful this might be...

Peter



I had to look up Use of New Imaging Techniques to ...

2009-11-05T13:04:15.853+00:00

I had to look up Use of New Imaging Techniques to Screen for Coronary Artery Disease to find out how good 7 was. 7 is excellent. Do you think that Vit K2 is helping to keep arterial calcification to a minimum?



Nigel, My CAC Agatston score was 7 a year ago but...

2009-11-05T12:45:59.875+00:00

Nigel,

My CAC Agatston score was 7 a year ago but the cost of the combined trainfare to London and a repeat scan are out of the question at the moment... NMR lipoproteins interest me less than CAC, the disease process is more interesting than lipid surrogates to a cholesterol sceptic! If you can actually get them in the UK, I'm not so sure about that.

Peter

CT is available in Glasgow quite cheaply (was half price in September!) but it's a hell of a dose of radiation and the scoring system seems to be different. I'd like to use the same machine as last time.



1) Slowly, slowly, catchee monkey. 2) Peter, I ga...

2009-11-05T12:34:19.642+00:00

1) Slowly, slowly, catchee monkey.

2) Peter, I gather that your total chol is ~8mmol/L. That level would give my GP & Endo apoplexies trying to force-feed me statins (my last total chol result was ~7 due to excessive comfort eating. It's usually ~6).

Have you had a NMR lipoprotein profile or CAC heart scan?

3) LeonRover: You can make links clickable by using < a href='url'>Title< /a> (remove the first and last space to make it work).



Leon, it keeps on looking that way without anythin...

2009-11-05T12:24:21.414+00:00

Leon, it keeps on looking that way without anything actually happening, but I hope Sweden may be the tipping point...

Peter



The backlash advances. Jenny Ruhl's post on EA...

2009-11-05T12:05:41.745+00:00

The backlash advances. Jenny Ruhl's post on EASD conference reports another scientist's defection!

http://diabetesupdate.blogspot.com/2009/10/turning-battleship-around-low-carb.html