Category Archives: Diet and weight issues

Wheat Belly Up

I have frequently praised this book, this campaign and many of its observations. “But?” Yes, indeed “but”! BUT I have always felt that, for all his long catalogue of detailed references to a whole range of scientific literature, he has … Continue reading

Posted in Allergy, Coeliac disease, Diet and nutrition, Diet and weight issues, F Curtis Dohan, Gluten and wheats, Nutrition, Obesity, Schizophrenia, Vaccine damage, Wheat Belly | Leave a comment

On infant dosed antibiotics and childhood obesity – setting the scene for the adult obesity plague?

  Margaret More and more and more manure on antibiotics. Check out these maps. Of course, we know that the more doses of antibiotics given to children, the higher their BMI as they age! Shout it out: Use of antibiotics … Continue reading

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“Wheat Belly” brings me Full Circle – and the Missing Puzzle Piece

Early in my previous posting I suggested I’d return to my childhood interest in diet, to explain whence it came and, indeed, show where it has taken and is taking me. I guess that time has now come – so … Continue reading

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Putting Mars through some Wiking – another Saga.

“Food energy – supply and actual uptake.” This is framed as a chat with a Wikier but is, in truth,  my still clarifying to  myself some baseline elements of human sustenance. I grew up, for complex reasons I’ll cover here … Continue reading

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