Recipage

HOW TO FIND A POST

  • HOW TO FIND A POST
    If you came to this page from a Google search, click on Edit in the search bar on top of your screen. Then click on Find & type in the KEYWORD you are looking for, like CERTO. You'll get to the exact spot you are searching for.

Search HappyHealthyLongLife

  • Google

    WWW
    www.happyhealthylonglife.com

Categories

Books for a healthy happy long life

Blog Widget by LinkWithin
Blog Widget by LinkWithin

« Company's Coming for Dinner! How about Triple Rice Salad with Dried Fruits, Nuts and Grilled Vegan Apple Sage Sausage (Field Roast, of course) | Main | The Must-See Documentary: Food, Inc. You'll Be Hungry For A Change. Thanks to Robert Kenner, Michael Pollan, Eric Schlosser and Joel Salatin for Lifting the Veil on Industrial Farming »

July 18, 2009

TrackBack

TrackBack URL for this entry:
http://www.typepad.com/services/trackback/6a00e54fc8012e88330115711d31fb970c

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Do I Really Want to Give Up Cheeseburgers & Fries? Hear What Three "Real Men" Have to Say About Food Addiction, Calorie Restriction & the Joy of Rich Food:

Comments

laura

Your blog is wonderful. I read the same NYT article about calorie restriction in monkeys. All I thought afterwards was how ignorant the author seemed. He's obviously never tried healthy eating for a long period of time. It is very pleasant to not have to feel like crap after eating a burger and fries. Once you've been eating somewhat healthy for a few months, he would understand what the cheeseburger 'hangover' feels like. I don't eat healthy all the time, but I definitely don't agree with the author who thinks that healthy living is about deprivation. You have to work hard at eating right but it's worth it - not for the extra years but because of the increased energy and overall feel good feeling you get from nutritious foods.

richard

Good blog. However, I am confused, genuinely. Dr. Weil strongly recommends fish at least twice a weak and olive oil. Dr. Esselstyn is against this. David Servan Schreiber and many others strongly advocate green tea against cancer and for other benefits. Now I discover the doctor in your blog who says it is bad for the stomach.
Prhaps there are no general rules valid for all, besides the basic ones, such as avoiding red meat, for instance.

The Healthy Librarian

Richard,

Different docs come from different knowledge bases, and from different patient experiences. Dr. Esselstyn sees the effect olive oil has had on his heart patients-and he's studied the more specific research on the effects of olive oil on the endothelium.

Dr. Shinya is a gastroenterologist--and also has patients in Japan who drink a lot of green tea. He's seen the insides of intestines of people who drink a lot of green tea.

Dr. Servan-Schreiber is a psychiatrist (I think), who as a cancer patient decided to study the medical literature to look for foods that would benefit cancer.

That's why you see what appears to be contradictory recommendations.

The comments to this entry are closed.

Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

TIP: You must confirm email subscription

  • Check your email after subscribing. Check you SPAM filter--the confirmation may be there!
My Photo

How to Email Me

  • HealthyLibrarian [at sign] gmail [dot] com

People I read

Blog powered by Typepad