Various Authors In support of The Noakes Foundation
Noakes, Tim; Fung, Jason; Teicholz, Nina; Kendrick, Malcolm; Harcombe, Zoë; Cywes, Robert; Gerber, Jeff; Cummins, Ivor; Unwin, David; Zinn, Caryn. Diabetes Unpacked: Just Science and Sense. No Sugar Coating
(p. 1). Columbus Publishing Ltd. Kindle Edition.
Table of Contents
Setting the scene
Chapter One: What is the scale of the problem? – Mike Gibbs
Chapter Two: What is diabetes? – Dr Malcolm Kendrick
Chapter Three: What causes Type 2 diabetes? – Dr Jason Fung
Chapter Four: Who gets Type 2 diabetes? (Understanding and treating the causes) – Dr Robert Cywes
Case Study: Indya
The different types
Chapter Five: How a Type 1 diabetic doctor runs half marathons on a ketogenic diet – Dr Ian Lake
Chapter Six: What happened to a Swedish man diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes & a Swedish woman taking on conventional diabetes advice? – Lars-Erik Litsfeldt
Chapter Seven: What can a man do when diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes? (Fixing Dad) – Jen Whitington
Case Study: Nigel
Chapter Eight: How did a LFHC dietitian become LCHF? – Dr Caryn Zinn, Ph.D
Chapter Nine: Why and how should we monitor glucose levels? – Dr Neville Wellington
Chapter Ten: Is Type 2 diabetes just too much sugar? What happens when it’s cut? – Dr David Unwin
Case Study: Lindy
The big issues
Chapter Eleven: Why do we eat so much carbohydrate? – Dr Zoë Harcombe, Ph.D
Chapter Twelve: Why do people with diabetes die from heart disease? – Dr Jeffry Gerber, Ivor Cummins
Chapter Thirteen: Why are low carbohydrate high fat diets best for all persons with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus and for almost all athletes? – Professor Tim Noakes
Chapter Fourteen: The politics of nutrition – Nina Teicholz
Case Study: Neil
Noakes, Tim; Fung, Jason; Teicholz, Nina; Kendrick, Malcolm; Harcombe, Zoë; Cywes, Robert; Gerber, Jeff; Cummins, Ivor; Unwin, David; Zinn, Caryn.
Diabetes Unpacked: Just Science and Sense. No Sugar Coating (pp. 4-6). Columbus Publishing Ltd. Kindle Edition.
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QUOTE (emphasis mine):
NOTE (my commentary)
What does this quote say?
What does it say that I should obey?
What is the wish? What are the outcomes?
What are the basic steps?
What are the obstacles?
Who needs to hear this?
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