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Learn more about Ancel Keys (1904-2004), the famed University of Minnesota professor who was among the first medical scientists to apply mathematical regressions and prediction equations to human biology. Keys defined the relationship between a diet high in saturated fat and heart disease.
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I'm sure you're ready to hit the, "this video SUCKs" button. Ancel Keys is no doubt one of the most hated nutrition scientists for diving the cholesterol-heart disease hypothesis. BUT we ought to consider the positives he contributed to our understanding of fasting and starvation. These two books are AMAZING! No kidding, I refer to them often and you can learn a great deal if you have an open mind. The Great Starvation Experiment: 🤍 The Biology of Human Starvation: Volume I 🤍 Berberine HCl can support your fast: bit.ly/berberine-biotin-ala-stack Sleep & Camera Tools You NEED!- Best Sleep Mask: 🤍 Blue Blocking Glasses: 🤍 Gravity Blanket (use code HIH10 to save): 🤍 A Metabolism Book Should Have:🤍 Best Mouth Tape (Nexcare): 🤍 Red Headlamp (wear this at night around your house): 🤍 Breath Right Strips: 🤍 Best iPhone Stabilizer: 🤍 Sony Vlog Cam: 🤍 My Interview Camera C100 ii: 🤍 Vlog lens: Canon EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8 IS: 🤍 Good Audio: Rode VMPRPLUS Videomic Pro: 🤍 -Show Notes
Is fasting the same thing as starvation? For more info on health-related topics, go here: 🤍 Take Dr. Berg's Free Keto Mini-Course: 🤍 or go here: 🤍 Download Keto Essentials 🤍 Timestamps 0:08 About Ancel Keys and the heart experiment 0:48 About the Minnesota Starvation Experiment 2:16 The outcome of the Minnesota Starvation Experiment 2:55 What happens when you’re on healthy keto and intermittent fasting 3:24 Starvation vs. fasting In this video, we’re going to talk about an interesting study that was done called the “Minnesota Starvation Experiment.” The Minnesota Starvation Experiment was done in 1944 by Ancel Keys. Ancel Keys is the same man who fudged the data on a heart study in 1958, which has lead to false information on cholesterol causing heart disease. With the heart study, Ancel Keys omitted important data. The Minnesota Starvation Experiment created severe nutritional deficiencies. After the Minnesota Starvation Experiment, the people: • Were tired • Were irritable • Were bored • Were cold • Had low sex drive • Craved food • Stole food • Had a destroyed metabolism With healthy keto and intermittent fasting: • Your energy goes up • Your mood is going to go up • Your libido is going to go up • You’re not going to crave food • Your hunger goes away • Your metabolism is going to be fine The above is the unique distinction between a typical low-calorie semi-starvation diet and healthy keto with intermittent fasting. Many people who do intermittent fasting do not do healthy keto. This can cause many different health problems. Talk to a Product Advisor to find the best product for you! Call 1-540-299-1556 with your questions about Dr. Berg's products. Product Advisors are available Monday through Friday 8am-6pm and Saturday 9am-5pm EST. * At this time, we no longer offer Keto Consulting and our Product Advisors will only be advising on which product is best for you and advise on how to take them. Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio: Dr. Berg, 56 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of The New Body Type Guide and other books published by KB Publishing. He has taught students nutrition as an adjunct professor at Howard University. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media. DR. BERG'S SHOP: 🤍 Follow us on FACEBOOK: 🤍 Send a Message to his team: m.me/DrEricBerg ABOUT DR. BERG: 🤍 Disclaimer: Dr. Eric Berg received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1988. His use of “doctor” or “Dr.” in relation to himself solely refers to that degree. Dr. Berg is a licensed chiropractor in Virginia, California, and Louisiana, but he no longer practices chiropractic in any state and does not see patients so he can focus on educating people as a full time activity, yet he maintains an active license. This video is for general informational purposes only. It should not be used to self-diagnose and it is not a substitute for a medical exam, cure, treatment, diagnosis, and prescription or recommendation. It does not create a doctor-patient relationship between Dr. Berg and you. You should not make any change in your health regimen or diet before first consulting a physician and obtaining a medical exam, diagnosis, and recommendation. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. The Health & Wellness, Dr. Berg Nutritionals and Dr. Eric Berg, D.C. are not liable or responsible for any advice, course of treatment, diagnosis or any other information, services or product you obtain through this video or site.
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Q&A with journalist Nina Teicholz. Subscribe to our YouTube channel: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Subscribe to our podcast at iTunes: 🤍 Reason is the planet's leading source of news, politics, and culture from a libertarian perspective. Go to reason.com for a point of view you won't get from legacy media and old left-right opinion magazines. - "Government made a big mistake with the dietary guidelines," says Nina Teicholz, author of New York Times bestseller The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat and Cheese Belong in a Healthy Diet. "Given the track record that they have so far, you can really make a plausible argument that they've done more harm than good." Consumption of meat, butter, eggs, and cheese were once encouraged as part of a healthy diet. Then in the 1950s, a Minnesota doctor named Ancel Keys put forth his diet-heart hypothesis, claiming that saturated fats raise cholesterol levels and cause heart attacks. Keys produced landmark studies of the relationship between diet and heart disease that transformed nutrition science. He became a powerful figure in the science community. Contemporaries who publicly questioned the validity of his findings risked losing their research funding or becoming pariahs. When the U.S. adopted dietary guidelines in 1980, Keys' recommendations became enshrined in national food policy. "We have made our policy based upon this weak kind of science called epidemiology which shows association, but not causation," Teicholz explains. "We have the situation where we just cannot reverse out of these policies that were originally based on really weak science." Keys' flawed research is one reason Americans have been getting fatter and unhealthier for decades. Despite major advances in treatment, heart disease is still the leading cause of death for men and women. "The really dominant view is that the dietary guidelines are good...and the reason America is fat and sick is that America has failed to follow them," Teicholz says. "That's when you start looking at the data...By every food category you can find, we have faithfully, dutifully followed the guidelines." Today the science behind Keys' dietary findings is once again being challenged. Teicholz has launched the Nutrition Coalition, which aims to inform food policy with rigorous science. "Our goal is educate people about how the dietary guidelines have not been successful...and to bring this alternative policy viewpoint to policy makers," says Teicholz. "More and more experts are willing to talk out about the science, and I think that will support change." Produced by Alexis Garcia. Camera by Jim Epstein. "Blizzard (PON 1)" by Kai Engel is licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial License (🤍 Source: 🤍 Artist: 🤍 "Rainfall Serenade" by Kai Engel is licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License (🤍 Source: 🤍 Artist: 🤍 Photo Credits: Tom Wallace/ZUMA Press/Newscom
Is Nina Teicholz right about saturated fat or is she a lobbyist for the meat industry? Fascinating links: The Big Fat Surprise: A Critical Review Part 1 by Seth Yoder: 🤍 The Big Fat Surprise: A Critical Review Part 2 by Seth Yoder: 🤍 Nina Teicholz's Response to Critics: 🤍 Marion Nestle's blog entry about Nina Teicholz: 🤍 The Seven Countries Study: 🤍 Seven Countries Study book, A Multivariate Analysis of Death and Coronary Heart Disease by Ancel Keys: 🤍 Henry Blackburn's history of The Seven Countries Study: 🤍epi.umn.edu/cvdepi Dr. Pekka Puska's WHO report on The North Karelia Project: 🤍 Katherine Pett's phenomenal white paper on the Seven Countries Study: 🤍 The Yerushalmy and Hilleboe 1957 paper, Fat in the Diet and Mortality from Heart Disease: 🤍 Denise Minger's book, Death by Food Pyramid: How Shoddy Science, Sketchy Politics and Shady Special Interests Have Ruined Our Health: 🤍 Nina Teicholz's book, The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat and Cheese Belong in a Healthy Diet: 🤍 0:00 Intro 0:48 Denise Minger 2:44 animal studies on saturated fat 4:35 Denise on Ancel Keys 5:45 Marion Nestle on Ancel Keys 6:45 Denise on Adventists and Mormons 9:33 Denise Minger's diet 11:48 Nina Teicholz throws shade 12:52 Nina Teicholz on Ancel Keys 18:55 Pekka Puska saves Finland 21:24 Nina on epidemiology 25:15 Nina Teicholz as global authority 26:17 Henry Blackburn on Seven County Study 28:18 Nina Teicholz as lobbyist?
Say what we will about the Mediterranean diet, it is the most studied, the most cited in research and the most copied in the world. Ancel Keys spent 40 years studying the diet and lifestyle of the people in the Cilento region of Italy and discovered why people were living long purposeful lives without the diseases of the modern world. Keys himself said, "If I stay here I will live another 20 years and that is exactly what happened. He lived to be 101! Seeing the Ancel Keys museum and experiencing this wonderful part of the world is/was a dream come true for this nutritionist. Much has changed since the days of Keys research but the pillars of what he discovered speak even more loudly today. _ Registered dietician nutritionist, Carol Amendola D’Anca, is licensed in the state of IL (164.006080) and certified as a nutrition specialist. Additionally, she holds a master’s degree in nutrition from Rosalind Franklin University of Health and Science/The Chicago Medical School. She holds dual citizenship with both Italy and the U.S. Her presentations at medical conferences, community organizations, personal nutrition consulting and online courses have inspired healthful changes in the lives of thousands of people. Her approach to health and longevity is a “whole health” approach with proven solutions that work steming from the Mediterranean way of life, living and eating. Not surprisingly, she has recently been designated as one of the top 16 nutritionists in the Chicago area by expertise.com Check out resources and social platforms below: linktr.ee/wholehealthlongevity Website: 🤍 Plant Based Doctors: 🤍
Ever since the introduction of the Food Pyramid in the early '90s, the average American has gotten fatter and sicker. Has this government-approved nutritional guideline — the basis of the modern “healthy diet” — led us astray? If so, how did this happen, and what can we learn from it? Cardiologist Dr. Bret Scher offers some food for thought on this very weighty issue. Donate today to PragerU! 🤍 To view the script, sources, quiz, and study guides, visit 🤍 VISIT PragerU! 🤍 Join Prager United to get new swag every quarter! 🤍 Join PragerU's text list to have these videos, free merchandise giveaways and breaking announcements sent directly to your phone! 🤍 Do you shop on Amazon? Click 🤍 and a percentage of every Amazon purchase will be donated to PragerU. Same great products. Same low price. Shopping made meaningful. FOLLOW us! Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 PragerU is on Snapchat! JOIN PragerFORCE! For Students: 🤍 JOIN our Educators Network! 🤍 Script: Here’s a riddle: How is it that ever since the government began telling us what to eat, we have gotten fatter and sicker? In 1977, when the government first set dietary guidelines, the average American male weighed 170 pounds. He now weighs 197. It’s not any better for women —145 to 170. And you don’t need an academic study to know the same thing is happening to kids. Just look around. The weight gain has real-life consequences: the percentage of Americans diagnosed with type 2 diabetes—a condition that can lead to severe medical issues—has risen from 2% in 1977 to over 9% in 2015. In hard numbers, that’s five million people to over 30 million people. How did this happen? It all started innocently enough in the 1950s, when President Dwight Eisenhower had a heart attack while in office. Suddenly, the issue of heart health became a national obsession. Keep in mind this was an era when scientists had harnessed the power of the atom, unlocked the secrets of DNA, and cured once incurable diseases like polio. Surely, there had to be a scientific solution to heart disease. There was. And a charismatic medical researcher from the University of Minnesota named Ancel Keyes had it. Cholesterol, Keyes claimed, was the villain of the heart disease story. His now famous “seven countries study” determined conclusively—in his mind, at least—that people who consumed high amounts of fat—specifically, saturated fat—had higher cholesterol levels and thus, higher rates of heart attacks. Lower your fat intake, and you would lower heart disease risk. The ever-confident Keyes spread the gospel. As an influential member of the American Heart Association, he was in a very strong position to do so. There was only one problem: Keyes’s study was bad science. The sample size was so small, the data collection integrity so shoddy, and the life-style variables between the countries he studied so great, that his research had no scientific validity. In other words, he asserted a conclusion he couldn’t prove. When other scientists questioned Keyes’s conclusions, they were invariably met with stern responses like: “people are dying while you’re quibbling over data points.” And, “there are great benefits and no risks” to adopting this new way of eating. In 1973, the American Heart Association set the dietary limit on saturated fat at 10%, and in 1977, the US government followed suit. Where did the 10% value come from? It didn’t come from any scientific data. It was merely a government committee’s best guess. This was despite contrary evidence like the 1957 Western Electric Company employee study showing no difference in heart attacks in those who ate more or less saturated fat. A longer-term study of the same Western Electric subjects in 1981 reached the same conclusion. But again, no one wanted to hear it. To make this all easier to understand and to spread the message to schools, “the food pyramid” was created. That’s the chart you first saw in third or fourth grade with all the supposedly good foods at the bottom—meaning, “eat a lot of those,” and the bad foods at the top—"eat those ones sparingly.” What our kids are fed in school, what our military troops are fed on bases, what sick people are fed in hospitals; what crops we plant and how we raise our cattle, are all predicated on this deceptive nutritional concept. For the complete script, visit 🤍
The film explains the enduring hunt by a team of scientists for treatments to curb cardiovascular disorders, which kill nearly a million adult Americans annually. The film features Dr. Ancel Keys, a famed physiologist who studied the effect of diet on health and is known for the Seven Countries study and for his contributions to the he K-rations that fed soldiers in World War II. The film shows experiments conducted on 500 normal, healthy men from the Minneapolis-St. Paul area, who are subjected to a variety of tests including running on a treadmill, blood tests, X-rays, and a personality inventory, all in attempt to explain why heart disease claims so many lives. Peabody Award winner for research. Learn more about this film and search its transcript at NLM Digital Collections: 🤍 Learn more about the National Library of Medicine's historical audiovisuals program at: 🤍
Ciao a tutti e benvenuti o bentornati sul canale! Oggi parliamo di Dieta Mediterranea, in particolare delle sue origini. Com'é nata la dieta mediterranea? Chi ne é il padre? Che cosa prevede la dieta mediterranea originale? Che modifiche ha subito nel tempo e perché? Nel video di oggi risponderò a queste domande e a molte altre curiosità sulla dieta mediterranea. É il primo video di una serie di tre, i prossimi due usciranno nelle due settimane successive a questa, ovviamente dipende quando stai guardando questo video, perché potrebbero essere già usciti. Nei video delle prossime due settimane parleremo di cosa mangiare per seguire la dieta mediterranea (che va intesa come regime di abitudini alimentari sane e non come un programma dimagrante basato sulle privazioni) e infine di quali sono i benefici della dieta mediterranea. Prima di lasciarti al video, ti ricordo che il mio indirizzo email é: nutritionalcookingconsultant🤍gmail.com Ci vediamo al prossimo video Grazie della compagnia BUONA VITA Margherita
Have we all been deceived on the topic of dietary fats our whole lives? If so, who was responsible? In this video on a #BriefHistoryofFats, we take a look at cholesterol, what cholesterol actually is and what cholesterol actually does for the body (cholesterol benefits). If you are interested in finding out, then watch this video! If you, like me, were curious as to why dietary fats, such as saturated and unsaturated fats where demonised by government and media, then you will eventually land on the #AncelKeys narrative. That’s why in this video, we dive into a Brief History of Fats and look at how historically the cholesterol narrative has morphed our ideas of what saturated and unsaturated fats do in our bodies. It has been a shocking discovery after my research and is why I wanted to share my Brief History of Fats and why I think cholesterol has taken on the role of the Dark Knight where once upon a time, it was a valued molecule in our bodies and now the dogma situated around Ancel Keys ideas on saturated and unsaturated fats casts cholesterol in an unfavourable light. Cardiovascular disease causes as well as coronary heart disease causes have the subject of debate for decades in the Brief History of Fats with cholesterol being the main culprit due to dietary intake of saturated and unsaturated fats in conjunction with research published by Ancel Keys. The American Heart Association and the Dietary Guidelines for Americans seem to be at odds on exactly what nutritional dogma regarding cholesterol and saturated and unsaturated fats. Young people all over the world have grown up accustomed to a relatively new phenomenon known as 'the Internet'. How will this extremely popular and novel commodity influence our lives, social interactions and cognitive abilities? The chief aim here at #WhatInterestsMe is the search for answers to these complex questions. 🤍 Research Articles used: Epidemiology of coronary heart disease and acute coronary syndrome (🤍 Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics—2016 Update A Report From the American Heart Association (🤍 Dietary Goals for the United States (🤍
#cheilcibosialatuamedicina Progetto promosso dal Comune di Pollica e finanziato a valere sul PSR Campania 2007-2013 con Decreto di Concessione n. 62/2014 del GAL Cilento Regeneratio. una DIETA SALUTARE La ricchezza di carboidrati e fibre, l'utilizzo dell'olio di oliva, la varietà di vitamine e antiossidanti contenuta nei cibi suggeriti dal modello di Ancel Keys, apportano valori energetici e nutrizionali tali da garantire benessere e longevità. Secondo gli studi scientifici condotti, il ridotto consumo di zuccheri e grassi saturi tipico della dieta mediterranea è determinante nella prevenzione di patologie cardiovascolari, ipertensione, diabete, obesità e depressione. Made in: 🤍
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Ancel Keys 7 country study on saturated fat intake? If saturated fat healthy? #ancelkeys #saturatedfat #cholesterol Full video on my channel! DrAlo.tv
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The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat and Cheese Belong in a Healthy Diet Featuring Nina Teicholz, Author, The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat and Cheese Belong in a Healthy Diet; director of the Nutrition Coalition; adjunct professor, New York University Wagner School of Public Policy; moderated by Terence Kealey, Visiting Senior Fellow, Cato Institute; author, Breakfast is a Dangerous Meal: Why You Should Ditch Your Morning Meal For Health and Wellbeing. Nina Teicholz is the investigative journalist who, in her book The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat and Cheese Belong in a Healthy Diet, overturned 40 years of official dietary advice and showed that meat, cheese, and butter are nutritious and need not be avoided. At this event, Ms. Teicholz will tell of her discovery of the systematic distortion of dietary advice by expert scientists, government and big business to the detriment of the health of Americans. She will chronicle the succession of unfortunate discoveries she made, and she will describe how the Nutrition Coalition, a non-profit, bipartisan group which she founded and directs, works to educate policy makers about the need for reform of nutrition policy so that it is evidence-based. Learn more: 🤍 Want to find the Cato Institute elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍
Mario Mancini nasce il 17 settembre 1930 a Napoli. Una passione lo spinge nell’immediato dopoguerra ad entrare alla facoltà di Medicina e appena laureato conosce il biologo e fisiologo della nutrizione, Ancel Keys, con cui inizia una serie di studi importanti che porteranno Ancel Keys a comprendere che l’alimentazione influisce sulle malattie cardiovascolari. Mancini, infatti, ha partecipato al Seven Countries Study, in particolare agli studi di Nicotera e Roma. Per lui, Ancel Keys è stato un grande maestro di vita e concorda nel ritenere i due coniugi i “Marco Polo” della medicina. Quando Keys gli offre di continuare a lavorare in America decide di restare a Napoli, dove apre una clinica medica e una scuola di medicina. Ad 85 anni, continua a lavorare; difatti gli è stato proposto di guidare un clinica medica privata. Quotidianamente, pratica palestra e nuoto e insieme alla dieta mediterranea , conduce uno stile di vita sano. Tra la medicina e la famiglia, sceglie la famiglia: sua moglie, i figli e i suoi nipoti. Mario Mancini was born on 17 September 1930 in Naples. Driven by his passion, he applied to the University of Medicine and, in the immediate postwar, he graduated and met Ancel Keys, an American biologist and nutritionist, who started several researches on cardiovascular diseases while in Naples. Indeed, Mancini took part in the Seven Countries Study, in particular to those of Nicotera and Rome. For him, Ancel Keys was a great master of life and he agreed to retain that Ancel and Margaret Keys are considered the “Marco Polo” in the medicine field. When Keys offered him to continue his work in America, he decided to stay in Naples, where he opened a clinic and a medical school. At 85 years old, Mario Mancini continues to work; in fact, he leads a private medical clinic. He practices gym and swimming on a daily basis and, along with a Mediterranean Diet, he leads a healthy lifedata-style. Between medicine and family, he chooses family: his wife, his sons and his grandchildren. Intervista di: Elisabetta Moro Video di: Elisabetta Moro. Montaggio a cura di: Davide Mancini Scheda di: Fabiola Petrenga e Rosanna d'Alessandro, MedEatReserach - Centro di Ricerche Sociali sulla Dieta Mediterranea dell'Università di Napoli Suor Orsola Benincasa, diretto da Marino Niola ed Elisabetta Moro Creato il: 29-04-2015
World renowned British Cardiologist Dr. Aseem Malhotra joins documentary film maker Donal O’Neill on a fascinating quest to uncover, interpret and translate the misunderstood secrets of Mediterranean longevity and heart health, from the place where it all began. The story takes us to Pioppi (Population 190), the tiny fishing village 2 hours south of Naples, officially recognised by UNESCO as the home of the Mediterranean Diet. In the 1960s, this remote Italian village was an unlikely epicentre of global nutritional research. It was from here that the iconic American scientist Ancel Keys would live and work amongst local residents, laying the foundations for a modern interpretation of the traditional Mediterranean Diet. No region – or era – has had a greater impact on global nutritional policies, but closer inspection reveals that much of the magic may have been lost in translation. We were also featured in the NY Times! 🤍
Article sur le blog : 🤍 Sommaire : 0:22 L'origine du problème 0:59 Ancel Keys, le personnage 2:18 L'étude des 6 pays 6:25 L'étude des 7 pays 7:55 Pourquoi on croit toujours à ce mythe ? 11:12 Les conséquences Aujourd'hui beaucoup de gens pensent encore que le gras fait grossir et qu'il est la cause des malades cardio-vasculaires avec le cholestérol. Il faut remonter aux années 50 pour retrouver l'origine de ce mythe et l'arrivée d'Ancel Keys au premier plan. C'est une histoire surprenante qui mêle études scientifiques biaisées, droit au dialogue bafoué et bien sûr argent, pouvoir et politique. Cette vidéo est la première d'une série de 3, dans l'ordre : - Ancel Keys : graisses saturées, cholestérol et 60 ans de mensonges - Cholestérol : comprendre le HDL, le LDL et les mythes associés (🤍 - Graisses saturées, pourquoi elles ont leurs place dans une alimentation saine (🤍 ######## 🤍 c’est le site pour comprendre comment perdre du poids, adopter un meilleur style de vie et casser les mythes autour de l'alimentation. Newsletter : 🤍 Facebook : 🤍
Hello everyone and welcome to my new science-based nutrition channel! My name is Samantha, and I'm a Registered Dietitian! I hope you enjoy my first video! Please let me know what you think by leaving a comment, and subscribe to see more! :) xoxo, Samantha PS - Ancel Keys and the SCS have recently come under attack and scrutiny. If you are interested in this topic, I highly suggest this White Paper in defense of Keys and the SCS: 🤍 References: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
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ANCEL KEYS E LA DIETA MEDITERRANEA di Piero Cannizzaro. Sott. Eng. RAI TRE 2008 Filmografia di Piero Cannizzaro – NELLO SPAZIO DI CLARKE 1982 - LA NOTTE DELLA TARANTA E DINTORNI " 2001 THE TARANTULA NIGHT (Roma, Milano, Londra, Parigi, Lecce, Venezia, etc) RITORNO A KURUMUNY 2003", COMING BACK IN KURUMUNY BEST documentary Festival di Ischia 2004, "STORIE DI DOLCI" SWEET FOODS STORIES finalist al "Sud-Est Festival di Siracusa 2005". New York, Lecce, Roma Film Festival 2005, Cineteca di Milano 2005. Premio ”Academia Barilla” al Brescello Progetto Cinema 2005, Premio Hermes 2005 (Torre dell’Orso - LE) , Premio del Pubblico al Festival Internazionale delle Culture Mediterranee di BOSA ( Oristano) 2006, S.Francisco e Washington (U.S.A) ,Cineteca di Milano e Casa del Cinema di Roma 2006 , Festival di Slow Food Bra 2006, Ischia Film Festival 2006, a Londra e in Lussemburgo presso l’Istituto Italiano di Cultura, 2006. A New York presso NEW YORK UNIVERSITY lSTITUTO ITALIANO “Il CIBO DELL'ANIMA (2007) "SOUL FOOD" al rassegna MilanoCinemaSlow 3 a cura della Provincia di Milano, Comune di Milano, Sloow Food, Fondazione Cineteca Italiana.(2007). A Londra allo ART & CINEMA ROOM In collaboration with HF Contemporary Art & the Italian Film Festival UK.(2007) STORIE DI PANE E DI GRANO 2009 – Torre dell’Orso (Lecce) al Festival “Lo Sguardo di Omero” riceve una menzione speciale Ottobre 2010. Torino “CITTA’ SLOW 2010 SLOW CITY – Rai 3 2011 Il docufilm “TRADINNOVAZIONE UNA MUSICA GLOCAL Rai 3 2012 OSSIGENO. "OXIGEN .Presentato in anteprima al Courmayeur Noir Festival e in numerose proiezioni tra cui la rassegna “I Comportamenti Umani” di Lodi.A Roma al Carcere di Rebibbia, al Teatro Valle Occupato, al Dams, al Piccolo Cinema America,al Cinema Aquila, alla Casa del Cinema al Teatro Palladium. Alle Cineteche di Milano e di Venezia. Al Cinema Massimo di Torino.All’Istituto Italiano di Cultura di Londra e Parigi. A Parigi al Cinema du Pantheon e alla Filmoteque du Quartier Latin e alla Maison d'Italie. A Lione e a Chateau-Renard.
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Consultation? - 🤍 Saturated Fats and Ketosis | Are Saturated Fats Safe and How Much to Have: Thomas DeLauer Saturated fats are common in the American diet They are shelf-stable, resistant to heat damage (solid at room temperature — think cooled bacon grease,) and essential to many bodily functions Roughly half of our cell membrane structure is composed of saturated fat, and saturated animal fats, like butter or fatty organ meats, contain huge amounts of essential fat-soluble vitamins (K2, A, D, among others) Common sources of saturated fat include red meat, whole milk and other whole-milk dairy foods, cheese, coconut oil, and many commercially prepared baked goods and other foods The word "saturated" refers to the number of hydrogen atoms surrounding each carbon atom The chain of carbon atoms holds as many hydrogen atoms as possible — it's saturated with hydrogens Saturated Fats Bad Rep The fear of saturated fat began in the 1950s when Ancel Keys published a paper supposedly linking saturated fat/cholesterol with rising rates of heart disease The theory - called lipid hypothesis - proposed that there was a direct relationship between the amount of saturated fat and cholesterol in the diet and the incidence of coronary heart disease Keys based his theory on a study of six countries, in which higher saturated fat intake equated to higher rates of heart disease However, he conveniently ignored data from 16 other countries that did not fit his theory Had he chosen a different set of countries, the data would have shown that increasing the percent of calories from fat reduces the number of deaths from coronary heart disease When you include all 22 countries for which data was available at the time of his study, you find that those who consume the highest percentage of saturated fat have the lowest risk of heart disease (7) Studies Prove Otherwise A meta-analysis study, published 2010, which pooled data from 21 studies and included nearly 348,000 adults, found no difference in the risks of heart disease and stroke between people with the lowest and highest intakes of saturated fat A Japanese prospective study that followed 58,000 men for an average of 14 years found no association between saturated fat intake and heart disease, and an inverse association between saturated fat and stroke (i.e. those who ate more saturated fat had a lower risk of stroke) (1,4) While in Ketosis There is a misconception that eating fat makes you fat Fat doesn’t make you fat. While you can technically overeat enough fat calories to accumulate adipose tissue, thus getting fat, this is a difficult feat Fat is very satiating, especially when paired with low-carb eating Dietary fat in the presence of large amounts of dietary carbohydrates can make it difficult to access fat for energy Dietary fat in the presence of low levels of dietary carbohydrates makes it easier to access fat for energy (5) References 1) Dietary intake of saturated fatty acids and mortality from cardiovascular disease in Japanese: the Japan Collaborative Cohort Study for Evaluation ... - PubMed - NCBI. (n.d.). Retrieved from 🤍 2) How Eating Fat Can Make You Smarter | Greatist. (n.d.). Retrieved from 🤍 3) The Importance of Fats in a Ketogenic Diet | Ruled Me. (n.d.). Retrieved from 🤍 4) PubMed. (n.d.). Meta-analysis of prospective cohort studies evaluating the association of saturated fat with cardiovascular disease. Retrieved from 🤍 5) Saturated Fats are Good for You. (n.d.). Retrieved from 🤍 6) The truth about fats: the good, the bad, and the in-between - Harvard Health. (n.d.). Retrieved from 🤍 7) Why Saturated Fat Is Not the Enemy (& Why We Need It). (n.d.). Retrieved from 🤍
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Burp Suite Deep Dive course: 🤍 This is a brief analysis of The Minnesota Starvation Experiment conducted by Ancel Keys in the 1940s. Blog version: 🤍 Course on Ketosis and Intermittent Fasting: 🤍 Periodic Fasting book: 🤍 This video is for educational purposes only.