I'll do my best. I did like his page on supplements for a paleo diet. He really emphasized supplements to build up the cell mitochondria. I have been taken some of the things he mentioned but some were new to me.I hope you will share, Jeanne, 'cause I have tried to read him and I find him way too difficult (convoluted?) for me to read. He's not that clear in his writing style.
Jwags, thanks for posting this link. I went there and perused through Dr. Kruse's site. I have liked him on Facebook with a question pertaining to the Leptin issue and diabetes and the dawn phenomenon. I will let you guys know if he responds.
This is why diabetics die early. The ACCORD Trial data just showed this. No matter the treatment diabetics get they die 6 years earlier. Change the channel in your head now. If you live within the cold of winter the ancient pathway reverses you metabolic derangement and it confers health and longevity. This is 180 degrees opposite, what a diabetic faces. If you want an optimal life you must live with in the confines of this pathway at all times. This process is a life saver for a diabetic.
Agreed. I give him a pass on that since he isn't hawking anything (aside from his wife's $12 cookbook).Wow, he might be a neurosurgeon but he writes like a nut case.
Thanks, Moon!Congrats on the weight drop, TNDad!
I really hope someone comes along willing to summarize the Cold Adaptation - it's more than my meager mind can process. Mostly what I (think I) got out of it, is that Jeanne, who lives in Ohio and keeps her house temp at approximately freezing (55-60 degrees F; 13-15 C) just might live forever.
I have trouble right now where my toes/fingers are 20+ degrees colder than the rest of me. They get blue/purple and the temp isn't even as low as 55 degrees. If they were 55 degrees, I would head to a hospital... I guess what I'm saying is that if I can barely tolerate 65-70 degrees as a skin temp, I don't see how 55 is acceptable...FYI: Skin temp should never fall below 55ºF; (rosy pink = ok, pale pink = time to stop).