The Puppy is now chasing its tail –and is biting it! What does one do..? The 6minute Newsletter is really losing it!

In Australia, we have a massive problem with medical ‘truth’. As citizens, we are owed the truth by organizations and governments that supposedly are meant to look out for our well-being. For all practical purposes they don’t. Vested interests have such a stranglehold on heart, diabetes, and nutrition based organizations, for example, that any information that appears on the scene that is contrary to the dogma of these organizations is derided, and the people who present the contrary information are labeled as ‘killers, charlatans, deniers.’…

Read More »

The 6minute Newsletter has been a very Bad Puppy. Pooper-scooper needed!

Well, I thought we were making progress with Puppy but sadly, it appears, no such luck! The Puppy has left quite a pile on the linoleum. Yesterday the Newsletter carried a glowing report about the new wonder drug Empagliflozin, which it called the ‘Holy Grail.’ The puppy enthusiastically tail-wagged at the thought of a drug that would reduce rates of hospitalisation for heart failure by 35%, deaths from cardiovascular disease by 38% and ALL CAUSE MORTALITY by 32%. Can you imagine this?  Its clinical significance…

Read More »

Major investment bank Credit Suisse recognises the benefits of low carb hi fat diet!

    >>>> Download The Credit Suisse Research Institute report  “Fat: The New Health Paradigm“               NEW YORK, Sept. 17, 2015 — The Credit Suisse Research Institute today released a report entitled “Fat: The New Health Paradigm” which explores the influence of medical recommendations on fat consumption globally, the recent change in consumer perceptions of fat, and what impact this shift has for investors. While historically medical recommendations encouraged dramatically reducing consumption of saturated fats and cholesterol and placed no limits…

Read More »

Puppy, sit! GOOD puppy! 6Minutes Newsletter becoming disciplined?

Today, to my astonishment the unruly and normally not too discerning puppy, the 6Minutes Newsletter behaved well. Progress in training perhaps? The newsletter reported on a study from the UK that blasted cardiologists and GPs and other healthcare institutions for the terrible dietary advice that has been shoved down the public’s throat these last 30 odd years. You know, wholesome indigestible grains, skim milk, lots of fruit and vegetable oils.  All the stuff that made us obese and diabetic. The ‘experts’ in the field paid…

Read More »