TLDR; – No real consensus I’m afraid. Labdoor, may be the best option on this topic. In order to establish this I looked for two main criteria. Endorsements from the usual trustworthy authors referenced on this site. No commercial connection from the endorsers to the companies that I could find. Correct me if there are. 7 REFERENCE AUTHORS: Dr Rhonda Patrick – Jarrow, Thorne Endorses Jarrow on one of … Continue reading Which Supplement Company should I use?
Consensus Probably healthy 8 Articles 20+ study references Mark Sisson – Is all yogurt created equally? “strained yogurt is yogurt with most of the liquid whey removed. This creates an ultra-thick, high-protein, high-fat, creamy yogurt” Read more: http://www.marksdailyapple.com/is-all-yogurt-created-equal/#ixzz3yuEjSZFf Peter Attia – What I actually eat. Dinner: Leftover ground beef sautéed from previous night, salad with homemade cream dressing (whole fat Greek yogurt, olive oil, basil, … Continue reading Whole Greek Yogurt
Consensus Probably healthy – preferably wild. 8 Articles 10+ study references Peter Attia – What I actually eat. On feeding his daughter …”when she eats fruit, it’s usually lower fructose fruits (e.g., raspberries, blueberries, strawberries) rather than higher fructose fruits (e.g., watermelon, banana).” Gary Taubes – Intervention land of Dr Oz “If I eat fruit, other than maybe a handful … Continue reading Blueberries
There is a surprising lack of research from some of the Authors referenced for this blog. I have included some notes on relevant studies as an alternative. Mark Sisson Local co-ops, farmers’ markets and CSAs are all great places to look for reasonably priced pastured and/or organic chicken. PaleoLeap.com Some references in this article highlight the importance of Organinc or Free Range meat, due to … Continue reading Chicken