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WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- Maybe you saw the headlines declaring cockroach milk as the next big thing. All of a sudden, this “big news”was just about everywhere, including here and here. It was even touted in USA Today. Or perhaps you saw a segment about co
Taking a piece of subcutaneous fat from a sacrificed mouse and implanting in to the mesentery of a recipient mouse causes weight loss in the recipient, starting once the surgery has healed. We know that healing takes something just over six weeks:Is
A new vegan approved trademark and new vegan products launched at IFE17The Vegetarian Society chose IFE to launch their new LogoVegetarian Society Vegan Approved Logo A range of meat free plant based vegan meat alternatives from Holland were
Hey folks! When I asked your greatest struggles with eating a paleo, keto, and/or low carb diet, a few common problems rose to the top: Folks do not have much time for cooking Its hard to get kids to eat what is on the table. Folks think every meal n
It’s time for Q&A #5 with Robb and Nicki for Episode 397 of the podcast. And don’t forget to submit your own questions for the podcast here: https://robbwolf.com/contact/submit-a-question-for-the-podcast/ Enjoy! Show Notes
One of my favorite things to do when visiting a new place — especially in Europe — is to sign up fora walking food tour. I had a business trip to Amsterdam and didn’t plan ahead for any free time, but I was lucky enough
OK. I've been bugged by the RQ values which come out of CLAMS equipment. For months. Multiple papers have values that don't make sense, which is an issue making me doubt my sanity and is damaging to my personal extensive set of confirmation biases. T
In recent months there has been a lot of new ideas surrounding what constitutes a healthy lunch and whats on offer for shoppers on the UK high street.Some health trusts and hospitals are insisting that offers such as meal deals only contain products
Guest post written by: Joseph Szymanek   Can introducing kiddos to a fringe sport like powerlifting help save Western society from chronic illness? I think so! Using MOVEMENT AS MEDICINE kiddos and adults can begin to solve tremendously diff
I just returned from roaming the exhibits at the National Restaurant Association Show 2018, which was right here in Chicago. There was so much to report on, and I hope to go back again in the next few days to visit more exhibits and attend some of th
I picked up this paper via Face-ache so cannot recall to whom I should credit for the find. Sorry. The post is also highly speculative.Higher 24-h Respiratory Quotient and Higher Spontaneous Physical Activity in Nighttime EatersIt's worth noting that
  By: CJ Hunt Producer of the #1 Film, The Perfect Human Diet If you are in tune with the Paleo, Keto, and Ethical Omnivore camps, you are likely aware that animal foods and their production are under constant attack from films like Forks Ov
As we approach 2018, there’s been an onslaught of predictions on what we’ll be eating in the coming year. Have you had a hard time keeping up with all of these food trend predictions? Me too. It’s been my tradition to as
One of the full size chickens miss-fired yesterday and produced this minute egg:I was pretty sure this would be an AHA approved egg. Zero fat. Zero cholesterol. Tiny amount of protein. You don't have to include the eggshell (unless you feel a calcium
This week we have guest Craig Emmerich on the podcast. Craig is the co-founder of Keto Adapted, and co-author of Keto, The Complete Guide to Success on The Ketogenic Diet. Show Notes 1:50 Summary/Pre-Intro 3:54 Intro, Craigs background 7:07 Noticeabl
The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics’ Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo (FNCE)just wrapped up. It was a special one. We celebrated our 100th anniversary as the nation’s largest association of food and nutrition
Here's a paradox: How can two groups of mice, on exactly the same chow, have different 24h averaged RQs, p less than 0.05?It's from here if anyone wants to peek at the methods. Two sets of animals on the same chow. It's 9F 5020, 21% of calories from
Hey folks!! The interwebz. Source of nearly infinite information and incubator for folks who have difficulty with logic/reason/math and a host of other skills, to exist, sometimes even thrive. Bad information…stuff that let’s folk
One of the biggest trade shows for the natural/organic food industry ishappening now in Baltimore. Oh how I wish I could attend the Natural Products Expo East — it’s an amazing place for trend tracking. In fact, the brands exhibit
OK. I started this whole adipocyte thread because I was interested in the longevity effect in the GHrKO mouse, the Laron mouse. These posts get written because I am compelled to, I have no choice in it. I never know where they are going to end up as
We’re back with Q&A #4 with Robb and Nicki for Episode 395 of the podcast. Enjoy! And don’t forget to submit your own questions for the podcast here: https://robbwolf.com/contact/submit-a-question-for-the-podcast/ Show Not
Just like the country is incredibly polarized on the topic of politics today, it appears that my profession is in a similar place. And that’s too bad. It used to be that as registered dietitians, our critical comments were reserved for non-
I'm going to use some of Konrad's data to try and understand Kahn's data and the see if it will extrapolate to growth hormone receptor knockout (GHrKO) adipoctes. That's the plan. Time will tell... I'm going to use the term eWAT for epididymal adipos
Hey Folks! Below you will find a video where I look at the topic of how protein affects the state of ketosis. I lean heavily on this paper: TL;DR 1-If you are eating a low protein ketogenic diet and getting the results you WANT (cognitive enhancement
Ok, I admit it. I’ve taken a break from blogging. Life gets in the way, that’s for sure. But I’m back. Trying to post more often here on Nutrition Unplugged — and trying to do more of my additional writing for
I've spent the last few days looking in great detail at this next paper. Mostly I'm interested in the effect of subcutaneous fat transplanted to the omentum/mesentery. It does Good Things, the title says it all. I'll probably post more about it soon:
Disclaimer: This post is without doubt self-serving as I am deconstructing some common arguments about buying material that can, arguably, be found for free. Im going to make a case that many folks are not thinking this process through…and
I love to go to the National Restaurant Association Show, which is always in Chicago — lucky for me. It’s a great opportunity to spot the latest food trends. Nancy Kruse, president of The Kruse Co. in Atlanta spoke again this year
This first paper is very neat. They enrolled study subjects who were scheduled for an elective laparotomy and persuaded them to consent to an IV bolus of insulin during surgery and to allow biopsies of SC fat and omental fat to be taken at the 6 minu
This week on Episode 394 of The Paleo Solution Podcast we have our friend Chris Masterjohn PhD. Chris is a researcher with a PhD in Nutritional Sciences, and a brilliant guy in the nutrition and health field. Show Notes: 00:00 Pre-intro/Summary 03:21
I always love to go to the National Restaurant Association Show, which is always in Chicago — lucky for me. It’s a great opportunity to spot the latest food trends. Nancy Kruse, president of The Kruse Co. in Atlanta spoke again th
I was hoping to ignore the CR mice in the paperDifferential response to caloric restriction of retroperitoneal, epididymal, and subcutaneous adipose tissue depots in ratsbut I don't think I can do it. OK, here we go.Below are the same images as in th
Do you want to live longer? I know silly question, right? The obvious answer, of course, is yes! However, if you think about it, whats the point of living longer if those last several years are filled with illness, disease, pain, or things like demen
I've been thinking quite a lot about the difference between subcutaneous adipocytes and visceral adipocytes. The difference appears to be much deeper than location, though that matters. The next paper is one of those terribly clever research projects
This week on Episode 393 of The Paleo Solution Podcast we have guest Dr. Sarah Hallberg (DO, MS). Dr. Hallberg is the medical director at Virta Health, medical director and founder of the Indiana University Arnett Health Medical Weight Loss Program i
Just a one-liner (as if!) via mommymd commenting on an old post:Differential Metabolic Effects of Saturated Versus Polyunsaturated Fats in Ketogenic DietsI think I worked through this several years ago but didn't have the tools to comment on it at th
This week on the podcast we have guest RD Dikeman. RD is Theoretical Physicist, Research Scientist, and father of a Type 1 Diabetic son. Show Notes: 00:00 Pre-Intro/Summary 3:49 Robb and RDs experiences with giving T1D information 6:38 RDs background
This paper is a gem.Reducing the Dietary Omega-6:Omega-3 Utilizing -Linolenic Acid; Not a Sufficient Therapy for Attenuating High-Fat-Diet-Induced Obesity Development Nor Related Detrimental Metabolic and Adipose Tissue Inflammatory OutcomesWhat did
This week on Episode 391 of the podcast we have guest Tim Larkin. Tim is a defensive tactics and hand-to-hand combatives expert, and author of When Violence is the Answer. As a former military intelligence officer, he was part of a beta group that re
This came to me via George in the comments to an earlier post:Supplementation of Saturated Long-Chain Fatty Acids Maintains Intestinal Eubiosis and Reduces Ethanol-induced Liver Injury in MiceAgain, it is a pro-saturated fat paper, always nice to rea
This week on Episode 390 of The Paleo Solution Podcast we have Prof. Peter Jaworski. Prof. Jaworski is an Assistant Teaching Professor teaching business ethics. He was a Visiting Research Professor at Brown University, a Visiting Assistant Professor
You have to be very, very careful with fructose feeding papers. It is very easy to slant your methods to give strange and conflicting results. Some really weird stuff happens when you give a sugar which fails to trigger insulin secretion and itself r
  Hey Folks! We’re back with another Q&A episode! If you have a question for a future episode, especially questions for Tyler and Luis of KetoGains on the next Q&A, submit them here https://robbwolf.com/contact/subm
This is a paper I really like. It's about the slimming effect of alcohol:Chronic alcohol exposure stimulates adipose tissue lipolysis in mice: role of reverse triglyceride transport in the pathogenesis of alcoholic steatosisThis is how you really exa
This week on Episode 388 of the podcast we have Cavin Balaster, author of the new book How to Feed a Brain. Cavin survived a two story fall, was comatose for 12 days, suffered from a diffuse axonal injury (DAI) and had less than a 10% chance of recov
******************************************************************TLDR: Be cautious of anyone who tells you fructose metabolism is limited to the liver.******************************************************************Fructose uptake by the liver is
Hey folks! A common question we receive relates to the use of dairy and ketogenic diets. Dairy is a handy, tasty fat (and protein) source that can add a decent amount of variety to a keto diet…but, dairy is not a great fit for everyone. Som