Dr. Richard Feinman’s Low-Carb ‘Default Diet’ Lecture

Filed under: Health — @ July 5, 2010

There are a lot of people who have stepped up to the plate on behalf of the science behind carbohydrate-restriction because they realize this message is much too important for the sake of the literally hundreds of millions of people around the world who are currently suffering from obesity, diabetes, metabolic syndrome, heart disease, cancer, and other preventable diseases! Many of these highly-intelligent and well-respected MDs, PhDs, and other medical and nutrition professionals have literally put their careers on the line defending this way of eating because they themselves have seen it radically change the lives of real people every single day through their patients, research subjects, and even themselves. This passionate interest in the subject of livin’ la vida low-carb really isn’t about some propagandist zealotry based on empty conjecture and innuendo as can oftentimes creep into any discussion of diet and it’s unmistakable relationship to health. It really is all about the “weight of the evidence” regarding the science supporting high-fat, low-carb nutrition as my friend Regina Wilshire so aptly proclaims in the title of her blog. On the front lines of this debate of ideas is an unassuming introspective biochemistry professor from SUNY Downstate in Brooklyn, New York named Dr. Richard Feinman.

Click here to learn more about the Founder of The Nutrition & Metabolism Society and to watch video footage of his 60-minute lecture on the “Default Diet” from the May 8, 2010 NMS Planning & Strategy Meeting in New York City.

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