These wonderful morsels of real food were handcrafted in the Thrive Kitchen at Kaiser Permanente Mission Bay in San Francisco (itself a LEED Platinum building) under the guidance of Chef Linda Shiue, MD (@SpiceBoxTravels).
Linda brought us her culinary skills, her medical acumen, and her creativity and enjoyment of the beauty of food as we made these, in lower carbohydrate and higher carbohydrate (with rice paper and whole grain rice) versions.
If you would have told me in medical school, “One day you are going to meet people who have reversed their diabetes,” I wouldn’t have believed you. If you would have added, “Many of their doctors won’t believe or support them,” that part I might have believed.
And yet, here we are.
We have now submitted the 3rd revision of our proposal to Unicode.
With gratitude and thanks to colleagues who assisted us.
The proposal and related documents are in the linked blog post.
In the last century, people were told based on faulty science, “you are what you eat.” In this century we now know “you are what you do with what you eat.” Continuous glucose monitors (#CGM) confirm the science we were taught in medical school works as advertised. Combined with a #FoodNotPharma approach, we could end …
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Thanks for publishing my photograph, @DCist. It was taken in Washington, DC (of course) after the recent snow. Enjoy. Right on the heels of last weekend’s winter storm, looks like we’re getting another one. Source: Expect More Snow Tonight, And Possibly Slush This Weekend | DCist
The Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDoR), also known as the International Transgender Day of Remembrance, has been observed annually (from its inception) on November 20 as a day to memorialize those who have been murdered as a result of transphobia. Photos below. All are @CreativeCommons licensed as usual, feel free to use.
As I mentioned in part 7 of this series, for a person without known diabetes/prediabetes who is fat adapted (via a low-carbohydrate, healthy fat, or #LCHF diet), the response to a carbohydrate load may be different than a person who is carbohydrate adapted or continually seeing a massive deluge of carbohydrates and/or processed foods. This …
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Conflict of Interest continues to be a significant challenge in the medical profession, and has really become a huge issue/problem especially in the nutrition space. I’ve decided to create a separate page on this site to declare mine (or lack thereof). This post is about that update plus several examples below from well known organizations …
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Greetings from the most inclusive city in the 🌎, the place I can’t believe I get to be in most days. In the last century they used to say this about another state in the United States, in this century, it’s as DC goes, go goes the nation. Enjoy the photos.
I don’t know how this happens – I guess the news just builds up and I’m compelled to ask to be on Casey Quinlan’s (@MightyCasey) podcast 🙂 . This time I couldn’t resist. Huge News She informed me that she’s dropped 30 pounds and reversed her prediabetes. With diet (Low carbohydrate, healthy fat to be …
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