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Have your family watch these documentaries on your television by using a smart TV or a HDMI cable attached to the computer—as I do, 20 feet. 

25 Topics—with informative ratings   Part I  (bad pharma and diet related)

1A. Bad regulators, bad pharm    1B. Bad Medicine, bad advice    2A. Dieting, sugar, carbs     2B. Fasting     2C fats    2D Ketogenic Diet    3A Diabetes and insulin resistance    3B Conditions of affluence   3C Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease NAFLD

In Part II

4. Cancer and Starve Cancer    5. Alzheimer’s, neurodegenerative diseases, salubrious ketone bodies (diet)    6. Cardiovascular disease (CVD) and the cholesterol–fat myth    7A. Psychiatric drugs    7B. Neuroscience and conditioning    7C. Psychology    8. Healthful drugs opposed by pharma    9. Health Issues    10. Biological-health science    10B. Mitochondria    10C. Stem cells and Autophagy, the many ways of self-healing     11. Chiropractics and alternative medicine    12. GMOs    13. Commercial farming, regulatory capture of FDA, organic?    14.  Science topics

NOTE the number of viewed listed for each is for that link when pasted, thus it is not the current total number views, moreover, some have multiple addresses for same program, and a few because of contents are in 2 locations     

1A, BAD REGULATORS, BAD PHARMAjournal articles confirmation, the overflow.  Expert advice is yet another example of promoting profits by scientists for hire, these key opinion leaders, the KOLs get it consistent wrong by promoting industry’s talking points.  You’d be surprised at how many accepted as fact beliefs about health and medications have been cooked-up to maximize profits.  There is a mountain of journal articles exposing the flaws, and below are the best of the documentaries and lectures exposing the corruption.  As Harvard Prof. Marcia Angell says, “the 800-pound gorilla can do anything it wants.”    

***** President’s Lecture Series 2009-2010, 78 min, 27,600 views, U. Montana  MD. Marcia Angell PhD Harvard, based on her best-selling, “The Truth About Drug Companies and how they deceive us”.   Her lecture with slides is an example of clarity, organization, and logic; uses examples to illustrate points on how pharma, deceives the public, “educates” doctors, and influences regulators.  The evidence proves that the information and regulatory systems are broken  Highly recommended

***** Everything wrong with the “System” (Educate yourself) 13 min, 309,000 views, What I’ve learned, first quality video, this one in the series is on the business manipulated information system and why we must do due diligence. As professor Ben Goldacre says, “The devil is in the details.” Quality, college level, for one familiar with basic diet terms foundation WATCH 

***** Perspectives on the Pandemic | "The Illusion of Evidence Based Medicine" | Episode 13 Remastered 42 min, 131,000 views in 5 months, Prof. Lemmon McHenry, book of same title pub June 2020, covers the problems with testing, publishing, ghostwriting, ownership of raw data, Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs), failure of reviews, regulatory capture, burying side effects; all designed to fulfill sponsor’s goals.  Effective, balanced presentation, without too many details, so that each keep point like a chapter title stands out.  Quality sound and supporting footage, convincing  foundation

***** Making a Killing, the Untold Story of Psychotropic Drugs 95 min 669,000 views, on how psychiatrists have become drug pushers all major aspects.  Starts with senseless killings and suicides, leads into drug approval, the highly addictive drugs, pseudo testing of the drugs, inventions of mental illness, and how pharma hooked up with Am. Psychiatry Assoc. To turn doctors into willing pill pushers.  Weak on science; missed that all these drugs are tranquilizers, given other labels for sales, & they are worse long-term than nothing at all.  They pass FDA approval because they increase sleep, which is 15% of its “benefits” under Hamilton Rating Scale.  This is a blue print on how pharma markets all classes of drugs,  Excellent

*****Big Pharma:  Marketing Disease and Pushing Drugs 73 min, 100,000 about 2006, excellent on use of marketing, brief interviews and ads, but weak on quality of video,  Excellent

*****Exposing big pharma as organized crime 8 min, 175,000 views, Prof. Peter Gotzsche MD, lead European research and co-founder of Cochrane Review, how has gone public about the how pharma corrupts all aspects of health care (see his books), the best of all critics at  Excellent

Money Talks, Profits before Patient Safety 49 min, 8.000 views, documentary in format like 60 Minutes, on bad pharma, testimonial, weak on science, pharma’s biased clinical trials and journal articles, regulatory capture, and junk drugs. Complete entertaining, good

***** The information architecture of medicine, 15 min, 7,000 views, Dr. Ben Goldacre Prof, London University School of Medicine, leader in the movement to put science back in medicine, both videos are on missing data and how it perverts treatment decisions causing harm, his book Bad Pharma covers much more.   what doctors don’t know missing data, 13 min, 444,000 views, TED-X lecture, same topic  important message

Statin wars:  have we been misled by the evidence 24 min, 219,000 views, Dr. Maryanne Demasi, former of ABC (Australia) medical reporter for the catalyst program who was removed following their most successful  program, a two-part series on statins and the cholesterol myth (see above), covers a number of issues with the data bias, trials, buries side effect, but missing the big ones of not sharing the raw data with journals, scientific fraud, CME classes given by KOLs, who also write the textbooks, etc.  Her removal from Catalyst because of criticism of the lipid hypothesis (part 1) and the use of statins (part 2)--both are in Section 1B.  A hero of the people whom the audience acknowledges very good 

The fact-free lockdown hysteria, 53 min, 749,522 in 2 weeks, Thomas E Woods, Jr. on exaggerated claims of deaths and real costs of lock down; e.g., WTO predicts 42-66 million children will die from increased poverty.  Logical, but misses false positive, counting those without symptoms as infected, the comparison to yearly flu pandemic, hospital’s  $13,000 incentive for positive, and use of drugs that lower ATP Very good 

How We Have Been Lied to by Big Pharma, 53 min, 1,400 Dr. Jason Fung; evidence based lecture; would benefit from Gotzsche, Angell & Goldacre  good

The cholesterol hypothesis: 10 Key ideas that the diet dictators have hiden, 69 minutes, 291,853 vies in in 3 months Prof. Tim Noakes, goes over the history of how a sound theory can be buried by tobacco ethics and tobacco studies, exposing McGovern Commission and the AHA with Ancel Keys as the generals. A phone interview, all slide, sound so-so very effective Very Good

*****NPA Annual Conference 2011 Marcia Angell, 47 min, 335 views; lecture is of first quality; at the age of 72, she still stands above others.  She explains the existence of a fire wall wherein University professors ran trials to answer important scientific questions free of pharma controls, but in 1984 a Reagan shift began: thus major bias is the norm.  Poor audio quality, excellent

Doing Good or doing Well?  Ethics in the Pharmaceutical Industry, 99 min, 4,500 views Harvard Prof. Marcia Angell, Brown U. on corruption worked by the system whose measure is the maximization of profits.  Dr. Mary Reuters, an industry advocate, gave the second talk.  She didn’t respond to Angell’s points, but used industry funded studies to “prove” their responsibility, interesting    


1B  Bad Medicine, Bad Advice (more in #s 8, 9, & 10)

***** Get your love ones off Statins, 14, min, 5,000 views.  How pharma creates a condition and then markets it:  uses statins as the main example, of creates the condition hypercholesterolemia then markets the fix.  Investigate reporting present for a wide audience, quality production  Excellent

***** Heart of the Matter Part 1 Dietary Villains, 29 min, 61,000 views, (ABC) Australian Broadcast Co., the saturated fat-cholesterol myth causes heart disease  Heart of the Matter, Part 2  29 min 27,800 views, Maryanne Demasi, MD, show that statins don’t save lives, not safe, and pharma’s  biggest drug heists  Excellent

****How the Cancer Industry Deceives You with Cancer Drugs: 87 minutes, 69,000 views, quality documentary for a wide audience, also covers the role of FDA and the results of regulatory capture.  How industry is into treating not curing, & how promising treatments are blocked for profits, and survival means terminal patient living a month longer  Very good 

***** Fiona Godless visits DLSPH, [Dallas Law School of Public Health] 63 min 151 views, 2019. The long-term editor in chief of the BMJ and now on governing board; lecture with loads of slides on the harm done by drugs and poor choices which she estimates at 40%.  Prescribed pills 15% statins 14% indigestion remedies 11%, pain killers 11% antidepressant 11% for total of 61% of all prescribed drugs. Misses that side effects are not subtracted from the benefits in industry evaluation of their drugs & other bias tricks. excellent 

*****Tamiflu 20 min 1,900 views, Australian Broadcast Corporation, on the multi-billion-dollar, anti-viral scam of stockpiles to fight the possible avian flu; only it is both useless and dangerous.  Tamiflu has been injected into hundreds of millions of cold sufferers on the possibility of influenza, but only about 1-in-5 has  influenza, also useless for bacteria and other viruses, and there are serious side effects.   Shows how broken the information and regulatory systems are around the world.  A window on the world of pharma, doctors, and governments in our corporatist world excellent 


The calcium story, 51, min, 49,000 views, Dr. Jason Fung, goes over the setting up of the dietary amount recommended, its amount is 3-times that of populations for which osteoporosis is exceedingly rare.  The calcium supplements are associated with atherosclerosis through deposits in the arteries.  He lets the research do the talking, a very logical lecture. Very good       

Dietary Villains – Part 2:  Salt Scare, 30 min, 40,000 view, Dr Jason Fung, goes over the evidence for the  dietary recommendation to lower salt.  Similar to the previous, a lecture in Ih the evidence does the arguing. Another example of useless advice Very Good

Salt:  Are you getting enough? 13 min, 65,000 views 9/17, 327,000 views, What I’ve Learned; the historical use was much higher because of food preservation; we urinate the excess away.  With US guidelines for salt we have a higher mortality rate than taking 6 times that amount. He misses the little effect that it has on blood pressure, see Dr. Fung directly above. very good  

The Silent Epidemic:  The Untold Stories of Vaccines 108 min, 518,000 views, points out how pharma promotes vaccines, many of low efficacy and all of questionable safety because we are injecting foreign substance that have not meaningfully been tested for safety or purity.  But the claims of harm done are too often based on weak science and a temporal relationship.  Good video and sound, worth watching  very good   

Too much Medicine 28, min, 9,900 views, ABCTV, Catalyst series, Dr. Demasi, starts with mammograms and over diagnosis, thus harm through unnecessary treatment, covers most major issues such as polypharmacy, guidelines, etc. a good start on a complex topic very good

What medical doctors are taught about nutrition 1 min, 1,100 views Dr. Jason Fung. His nutrition training in the last 20 years is no more than 5 minutes.  very good

The doctor who gave up drugs Episode 1 l real story, 58 minutes 257,000 views, Dr. Chris Van Tulleken, BBC quality and style documentary of, getting off a drugs.  Done in a UK clinic, 14,000 patients, 15 doctor, 10 minutes per patient; they expect a prescription. Human interest lacks science, chooses 3 types of medication, pain meds, psychiatric, antibiotics, Episode 2: 58 min, 132,000 views, caught in a chain of 10 minute exams and patients who expect drugs, misses how bad they are, and how broken the trials and reporting and guidelines good [1]

Note:  The large number of professors and doctors who have come forward to criticize pharma’s tobacco ethics which generates tobacco science to market drugs most of which aren’t worth their side effect.  Many of these drugs are causal for other chronic conditions such as dementia, cardiovascular disease, colitis…  A chorus of academic critics has convincing evidence which can be found in peer review journal articles, a sample of which is at /rep and some more /rjklist of their books, and why doctors give Junk treatments.

I recommend that you cast the videos onto the television and view them with friends and family in the comfort of the living rom.  I now use a 20 foot HDMI cable, and the audio is played on a surround sound system. Chromecast will no longer work with computers (thankyou Google—2017).  I wasted 2 days and several calls to Chromecast help line.  Then in March 2019 I saw a message that it doesn’t work with computers anymore.  They want the owner to cast from their smart phone.  It is easier & quicker to type on a computer on this website than to use the smart option on the television and its remote control or cast from a smart phone.


2A.   DIETING, SUGAR CARBS; 2B Fasting, 2C Fats  2D ketogenic Diet (Very low carbs).

#3 fasting for curing/preventing diabetes, #4 starving cancer, fasting & autophagy  Links to articles at  library of topics, diet and food journal articles, basic science, more journal science, non-technical, testimonials   Dieticians & doctors are taught by industry.  A chorus of critics is exposing the misinformation and the real problem is insulin resistance which is reversed by ketogenic diet with fasting.  Fructose in excess is a poison to the liver that causes insulin resistance and the conditions associated with the western diet.  Saturated fats are good unsaturated bad.   

The what I’ve learned series is concise, interesting, quality video, over 3-dozen below  ,

***** Why We Get Fat 3 min, 1,455,000 views, clips from movie Fat Head.  The best explanation on wrong info and the process of accumulation of fat WATCH 

*****How fat loss works in your body—the surprising truth, 5 min, 743,000 view, a simple more complete version of the above, with how to lose weight by burning more fat through keeping the fat storage hormone insulin low- clear, well-illustrated, effective  WATCH

*****Can you cure diabetes/does fat cause diabetes 18 min,  what I’ve learned, cover 6 myths about diabetes, what you need to know that is contrary to the myths that media, dieticians, and doctors promote insulin resistance  His best at debunking bad science 

*****Sugar Explained: why sugar is as bad as alcohol (Fructose the liver toxin) 15 min 4.1M views, What I’ve Learned, quality well-illustrated production that gets across all of the key points across while others take an hour, for everyone with the basics  foundation WATCH

***** Sugar is in everything why sugar is addictive and in 80% of food, 13, min, 275,000 views What I’ve Learned, part of the same series above foundation WATCH

***** Why Calories are NOT important (Food and weight gain, Part 1) 12 min, 236,000 What I’ve Learned, on how counting calories is based on the false premise that a calorie is a calorie.  They are not all equal, and to lose weight we must metabolize fat foundation WATCH

***** Do calories matter? 14, min, 403,000 What I’ve Learned, covers all the key points about fat and carbs and their hormone regulation including the role of fructose, glucose leptin, insulin, insulin resistance and role in  fat storage, foundation WATCH

***** Why your body makes you fat & hungry (part 2), 12, min, 439,000 views What I’ve learned, covers all the essential points  foundation WATCH  down

***** How to quit sugar & unhealthy habits, 15 min, 369.000 views What I have learned, full of good advice distinctions  and science foundation WATCH

***** Sugar Why your body makes you Fat and Hungry (Food and Weight Gain Part 2) 12 min 313,000 views, What I Have Learned on how the sugar fructose causes the obesity epidemic, by causing insulin resistance which screws up our weight regulatory system, to make us make us hungry, tired, store excess fat storage foundation WATCH

*****Low Carb & Keto:  What about cholesterol?  13 min, 853,000 views, What I’ve Learned, Keto diet is 19 times as many calories from fat and protein as net carbs, right on about cholesterol as not the problem and is essential for life, that lowest cholesterol have highest death rate and high lowest.  Saturated fats are good and unsaturated (vegetable) turn rancid foundation WATCH

*****The Story of Fat and why we were wrong about health 15 min, 1.7M views What I ‘ve Learned , on bad food manufacturers and how it is all about marking. foundation WATCH.   He at last missed two, that Ancel Keys was in the pay of industry and selected because of our government’s industrial farm policy setup under Nixon, and the second is on statins and that pharma cooks the results of trial they own.  Pharma is in the business of treating illnesses with fake fixes and worse. 

***** Why we are fat and hungry, 12 min, 3.1M what I’ve learned, on how porn biologically is strongly reinforcing through the catechol amines, and that satiation drives variety (misses bonding through the fellow-feeling emotion), dopamine supports the reward system of operant condition to promote learning.  Good on history and the science among his best foundation WATCH

***** Why exercise is so underrated (brain power and movement link) 15 min, 2,834,000 views, What I’ve Learned aerobic intense exercise increases BDNF, a brain autophagy switch that improves mitochondrial function, thus ATP and its health, also increases motivation through more dopamine, lower dopamine associated with suicide and updated version 22 min, taken down by YouTube-Google foundation WATCH

***** Longevity and why I now eat one meal a day 16 min, 6,039.000 views + 3,223,000 What I’ve Learned, a lot of good info history and on fasting and how aboriginals live with one meal, are genes adaptation, problem of insulin with 3 meals a day which causes fat storage, and glucose in cells damages it by glycation, interment fasting foundation WATCH

***** Food Industry’s secret weapon 13 min, 276,000 views what I’ve learned, as expected they put profits before people, marketing works.  foundation WATCH

***** Carbloads:  A culture dying to eat 75 min, 177,000 views documentary 2016, best Introduction in that it covers all the major issues, exceptional accurate and for a mass audience, well done mixture of expert opinion, animation, interviews, misses fasting FIRST CHOICE

***** Sugar White Poison:  an amazing expose on this toxic stuff  18 min, 141,800 views, Australian Broadcast Corp, the condensed, plain language, account of how the refined carbs & fructose are at the heart of the obesity, diabetes pandemics SECOND CHOICE

***** The Secrets of Sugar 45 min, 1,216,000 views, CBC (Canadian Broadcast Corp) The Fifth Estate, a young obese family on the typical high-sugar diet are switch to whole food-low sugar, and in 3 weeks lose weight, etc.   It also shows experiments on college students with high fructose, uses interviews to drive home health  issues caused by sugar, most entertaining, THIRD CHOICE

***** Heart of the Matter Part 1 Dietary Villains, 29 min, 52,000 views, Australian Broadcast Corp, the saturated fat-cholesterol myth on causes of heart disease  Heart of the Matter, Part 2  29 min 22,000 views. Builds on the myth, statins don’t save lives and how pharma gets away with bad science.  FOURTH CHOICE

***** Low carb diet:  Fat or Fiction 29 min, 233,600 views, Australian Broadcast Corp (ABC), for large audience, on how the low carb diet (thus high-fat diet) prevents and cures obesity and type-2-diabetes—see the New Atkins diet (below).  FIFTH CHOICE

*****The Complete Skinny on Obesity 58 min, 349,000 views, University California TV (UCTV), Dr. Robert Lustig Prof USF, great graphic, documentary, asks “how did we get so fat”, from 10% to 40% in 10 years, on addiction and the biology of weight gain.  Fats are not the problem but carbs and sugar, especially fructose.  General audience Lustig’s best, SIXTH CHOICE

*****WHY Sugar is as Bad as Alcohol (Fructose, The Liver Toxin) !4 min, 2.1M views, What I’ve Learned, gives the science behind why fructose (1/2 of sucrose) is poison like alcohol to the live:  both cause fatty liver, also excess fructose through insulin resistance causes obesity and diabetes.  High budget, concise, excellent supporting shots  SEVENTH CHOICE

***** How to Maximize fat burning Part 1 4 min, 116,000 views, Dr. Jason Fung,  staying in the fat-burning mode by eating low carbs and thus keeping the insulin low.  The body normally burns carbs mainly, but by low carbs it forces the body to burn more fats. Fat is the storage form and thus normally burns glucose first, then when out of it switch as when sleeping EIGHTH CHOICE  

***** What is intermittent fasting Part 2, 5 min. 28,000 views, Dr. Jason Fung,  On staying in the fat-burning mode by fasting; by the best source of information on diabetes and weight loss; a starting point for the best fix; more of his lectures are blow    ENINHTH CHOICE

***** The Science of Addictive Food 11 min, 291,000, CBC, on manufactured food industry carefully balances foods taste to increase addiction by making foods reach the “bliss point” through the addition of sugar, salt, fat, and crunch.  Sugar is addicting because it stimulates the reward centers of the brain—lots of science. Based on Michael Moss’s book TENTH CHOICE

***** The Magic Pill 2018 90 min 6,500 views, covers on the major topics through human interest using 5 case histories to show that the variety of health issues are caused by our high sugar diet, and the fix for all of them is to go on an extreme low-carb (ketogenic) diet.  Moving, very effective, weak on science, missing fasting, and over stress refined carbs. ELEVENTH CHOICE 


*****Longevity & Why I now eat One Meal a Day 16 min, 2,783,000, What I’ve Learned very good on science, covers the essential points without major errors, good illustration, clear audio, packed full of correct information, for an aware general audience and entertaining, fasting slowly reverses insulin resistance [thus mitochondrial dysfunction] which makes us sick  TWELTH CHOICE

***** Why am I still fat? 28 min, 384,000 views, ABC documentary, stress 3 topics: weight regulatory system in the brain which resists fat loss by lowering metabolism and increasing appetite, bariatric surgery, and the endocrine disrupter BPA—found in plastics.  Very entertaining addition to the ABC series—see above. THIRTENTH CHOICE

***** Fat and Cholesterol do NOT Cause Heart Disease 5 min, 11,000 views that saturated fats are good, and Ancel Keyes role in fat-cholesterol myth  from Fat Head 103, sound, graphs, interviews, facts—great presentation, excellent FIFTEENTH CHOICE

*****Low carbs & Keto:  what about cholesterol? 13 min, 1.3 M views, What I’ve Learned, misses the role of industry which overturned the science, other than that excellent, gets it right and we got it wrong. Tears apart the lipid myth   Excellent SIXTEENTH CHOICE

***** The carnivore diet:  why? Sept, 20 min 844K, What I’ve Learned, for those who want to know what is going on with the food that we eat.  Lots of info on plant toxin, including Bruce Ames on plant toxins a very important point, as to why man-made chemicals in foods are a minor issue, because we have system to detoxify them as we do with pant toxins.  Also covers polyunsaturated fats that destroy B1, while saturated ones preserve B1 & become rancid in body  Excellent 17th

*****Meat: Grows the brain or rusts the body?  15 min 250,000 in one month, What I’ve Learned, on meat and the question is good or not.  We are evolutionary designed to eat meat.  The issues as to the net benefits of a high meat diet is cloudy, but moderate meat is desirable because of the need for heme.  Nothing other than that is conclusive .  

***** The Science is in Exercise isn’t the best way to lose weight, 5 min, 6,400,000, theme  is that a calorie in doesn’t equate to calorie out because of various compensatory processes; explains that 70 % of calories are burnt based on the level of basal resting metabolism, and when on a calories restricted diet the resting  metabolism drops to preserve the fat level, thus calorie restriction doesn’t work, and it is very hard to lose weight through exercise; first quality Excellent

*****Kopriva Science seminar series 99 minutes, 136,000 views Dr. Robert Lustig PhD. 3/8/18 covers diet, sugar, carbs, cholesterol, full of facts and slides at a public library, more up to date than his previous lecture, full of slides giving supporting evidence, the big picture. Warning about economic health burden, not enough on how sugar makes us sick, into LDL myth, sugar intake 72 grams is 183  Very Good  

***** Fat Chance: Fructose  88 min 1,5M views, UCTV, Prof. Robert Lustig MD 10/13, extension of Sugar the Bitter Truth (below) which is strong on the science behind sugar’s (fructose’s) role in metabolic syndrome and the contra-factual assumption that obesity is a behavioral disorder.  He shows that biology leads behavior and the advice of eat less and exercise more is wrong. Excellent

***** Sugar, The Bitter Truth 82 min. 10,6 M views, UCTV, Prof. Robert Lustig MD, 7/09, university level lecture on sugar-fructose, causes obesity & diabetes; needs background preparation and note taking.  Made me a believer after I researched his evidence., the slide in PDF at very convincing, very good

***** Sugar:  the Elephant in the Kitchen 22 min, 108,000 views, Prof. Robert Lustig MD, on brain caused sugar addiction; fructose is the worse sugar Very good

***** Is Sugar toxic60 minutes investigates 14 min, 120,000 views, 60 minutes, Dr. Lustig is the guest interviewed,   Very Good,

***** The Bitter Truth About Sugar and Your Health 6 min, 60,000 view, CNN News interview of Prof. Robert Lustig, an introduction into the health issues of too much fructose in our diet, and how the low fat diet caused food manufactures to add sugar, Excellent            

***** Darwin, Diet, Disease, and Dollars:  How the Sugar in Processed Foods Has Changed Society Prof. Robert Lustig, 88 min, 6,100 views, Rockefeller U, 2013.  Similar to his other lectures, but answers the evolutionary question of we are wire for sugar addiction, and clearly explains how insulin resistance block the action of leptin at the hippocampus to cause obesity.  He also explains how it damage the liver, the 2 hit hypothesis of fat and reactive oxygen, Excellent

Sugar, Processed Food, and Obesity—sugar is in Everything 53 min, 18,000 Prof. Robert Lustig,  conference on the effects of sugar and the need for a health intervention from government, thus weak on science, about early 2013, concise important with slides Very Good 


*****How to quit sugar and unhealthy habits, 1.1M 15 min, What I’ve learned, part of the topic is on psychology, which is continued in 2 videos to which I have placed them in the 7C. Psychology section below.  This covers what needs to be to understand to empower the brain to change behavior, thus watch this and over videos will lead to a fix  Excellent


***** Is fruit good or bad for you 23 min, 33,000 Dr. Gary Fettke very good lectures, goes over what fruits are marketed for, and finds that vegetables have more antioxidants and vitamins, and that fruit is “confectionery on a tree” well researched, organized Excellent


Sugar, Hormones, and Addiction, 76 min, 5,600 views, Prof. Robert Lustig, UCSF Dept. of Psychiatry, on the hormonal process; show how insulin resistance causes leptin resistance, which entails that the lateral hypothalamus the lower response to leptin increases hunger.  Shows how fructose which doesn’t stimulate insulin contributes to a fatty liver through de novo lipogenesis to cause insulin resistance.  Concise, full of graphs, a view of the science Very Good 


The Case For and Against Food Addictions, 22 min, 3,200 views, Prof Robert Lustig, UCTV, on how the brain responds to the stimulation by sugar, which causes stimulation by dopamine of the brain center—the same as drugs Very good


Keto Salt Lake 2019, Turning the thyroid with ketosis—45 min, 70,000, Dr. Adam Nally, MD,  Book The keto cure, website, He was  a triathlete , dynamic, polished rapid, college level, thyroid, keto  diet,  lots on thyroid and role in weight loss,  Very good

Insulin vs. Ketones — The Battle for Brown Fat  35 min, 43,500 view Prof. Benjamin Bikman, on two types of metabolism and the role of white and brown fat, thus the effect of insulin and ketones, a very clear lecture on a senior college level with appropriate slides Important

How Fat Loss Works Your Body 5 min 536,000 views, on the point explanation of the role of insulin in storing fat, and thus the need for a low carb/inulin diet very good

The New Science of Sugar Addiction, 27 min, 60,000 views, UCTV, Ashley Gearhardt, college lecture on the scientific evidence for sugar addiction, well done very good 

My ‘I quit Sugar’ 12 min, 47.000 views, Australian Broadcast program on sugar, a personal journey to successful low-carb diet, very good

***** Fat Head 103, 105 min, 276,000 views, Tom Naughton 2008, well-funded documentary on low-carbs with high fat diet, government’s role; corporate farms’ & food manufacturers’ select the experts.  The science foundation for a low insulin (carbs) diet, (carbs to 100 g/day); good and entertaining—simple with good illustration, sounds and music. worth watching quality

Fed up, 96 min, (2014 free March 2020) on the food industry and how they through sugar poison us.  Designed for a mass audience with a mix of human interest, quality filming, more on school and federal policy and fast foods, attacks corporate freedom, and our kids very good

That Sugar Film 2 min, trailer 2.103,000 views 2014, Australian where the sugar question is a public issue, similar to Fat Head issue,, quality  was 3.99 from Amazon, now free as of 2/2017 Full film102 min 57,000 views, interesting to watch, weak on science, an odyssey of the lead character on what sugar does Russian subtitles good

Why We Get Fat – Gary Taubes at OSUMC: 71 min, 197,000 views. Gary Taubes lecture, Ohio State University, Weiner Medical Center. Taubes is a leading scholar on the issue of diet and health; his lecture covers the materials in his books (see below) very good

‘Fed Up’ With Sugar: Katie Couric’s 10-Day Challenge, 8 min, 117,000 views, about ‘Fed Up’ section on no-sugar challenge with ABC News caster, on 6th grade level Entertaining


Globesity:  Fat’s New Frontier, 60 min, 381,000 views documentary on how food manufacturers exported the Western diet and consequences, low budget, weak on science, entertaining and moving human interest bits, dumbed down.  Section on Mexico, Very good

Jamie’s sugar rush, 48 min, 420,000 views, Jamie Oliver, BBC program about high-sugar diet, starts with the food manufacturers and the average diet, then goes to the health consequences and focuses on educating kids, than to restaurants having a sugar tax, hoping to pressure government to do as Mexico does.  Human interest approach, very effective, Very Good

Why is it so easy to be thin in Japan 7 min, 3,290,000, what I have learned, stress the different cultural environment, one example is that there are 15 times more fast food places per person in the us, and there several times as many places and machines selling sugar laden food. Obesity is 3.5% in Japan, and counting both obese & morbidly obese  43% in the U.S. Very Good

How to fix a slow metabolism, 25 min, 2,300,000 views, Eric Berg Chiropractor a good old fashioned lecture on why we get fat, the roll of insulin and glucose which he calls sugar. Good

This Morning—Diet Myths 9:00 min, 7,200 views, Dr. Michael Mosley interviewed on fasting and diet for BBC program, (low quality sound) lots of interesting info on diet with supporting evidence.  Mosely does the medical-health documentaries for the BBC, and is author of the popular 5:2 fasting diet. Good on diet and curing type-2 diabetes, but doesn’t restrict carbs.  Very good. 

Dr. Jason Fung on dietary issues, high quality lectures using research to argue the issues and with plenty of slides with graphs and tables—in plain language for educated audience.  Dr. Fung gives lip service to cholesterol, but is actual critical in Part 6 of his series.  He convincingly argues that high insulin—caused by carbs (fructose) is at the heart of health disaster.  Low carbs with alternate day fast will cause fat burning and cure type-2 diabetes and obesity. E work with patient through their doctor to setting up  dietary program and getting them off of drugs.  He monitors progress, at  

A New Paradigm of Insulin resistance 30 min, 126,000 views, Dr. Jason Fung, science behind type-2 diabetes, to an education audience done in 2017 Very good

Leptin & Insulin Resistance, balancing tips: 1.5M view Jason Fung, interviewed by Mike Mutzel of High Intensity Health, quality explanation by Fung polished by years of practice, very good science. Worth watching on the science, take notes Very good

Aetiology of Obesity Part 1 of 6 parts: a New Hope: 59 min, 48,300, Dr. Jason Fung, academic lecture sugar consumption its history then goes into major flaws in the standard dogma on obesity.   Very good

The Aetiology of Obesity Part 2:  The New Science of Diabesity:  61 min, 34,200 views, Dr. Jason Fung; lets the evidence prove his points, insulin cause  imP7IdM2Og very good

***** The Aetiology of Obesity Part 3:  Trial by Diet:  81 min, 7,900 views, Dr. Jason Fung; insulin drive fat storage, though refined carbs, and insulin resistance, Atkin’s diets came out best (note: the addition of fasting can be necessary for diabetics).  Ends with dollar influence of pharma upon physicians’ continuing education and American Heart Association endorsements Excellent

 ***** The Aetiology of Obesity, the Fast Food Solution (Part 4 of 6): 84 min, 76,000 views, Dr. Fung’s biology behind obesity and the biology behind fasting at 51 minutes, which is a sure way to cure type-2 diabetes and obesity. Explains it’s parallel to bariatric surgery cure.   Excellent

***** The Aetiology of Obesity Part 5 of 6: Diet and Disease: 60 min. 13,300 Dr. Jason Fung, views; on the causes of the Western diseases with high insulin level, high sugar and high glycemic load.  In primitive societies CVD, obesity, diabetes, colorectal, prostate, and breast cancers are quite low, even with native high carbs.  He ends with an account of food corp. funding diet education.  Excellent


*****The Aetiology of Obesity Part 6 of 6: Dietary Villains — Fat Phobia: 76 min. 15,300 views, Dr. Jason Fung; a review, lays to rest the fat phobia—more fat entail living longer, and cholesterol is good for you as you age, while low cholesterol is strongly associated with death, also that high dietary cholesterol doesn’t raise lipid level.  High glycemic index through insulin spike is associated with heart disease, as does pro-inflammatory      omega-6 fatty acids from PUFAs. Excellent   


*****Aetiology of obesity, the Calorie Deceptions, 38 min, 94,0000, Dr. Fung, 2016, on two compartment problem, yo-yo diet calories in and storage. Insulin causes weight gain in diabetics depending on dose with reduction in metabolism, insulin is the problem Excellent


MORE BY Dr. FUNG IS IN DIABETES SECTION #3 and in 2B on fasting.  His blog is excellent with link to his diabetes clinic and books.  The best diet books full of science. 


***** Calories vs Carbohydrates: Clearing up Confusion over Competing Obesity Paradigms, 38 min, 48,000 views Gary Taubes science writer, college level lecture given at Harvard.  Obesity is a metabolic problem of excess fat storage review of evidence, his best  Excellent


Process Food versus Nutritional Needs 34 min, 327000 views, Stanford Prof Maya Adam, clear presentation, very basic with adequate illustrations, repeats  errors about saturated fats, salt, and others, lacks basic science, warns about insulin resistance, no fixes, so-so

The raw food diet documentary 101 minutes 1,430,000 views, don’t cook foods, against dairy which is raw and misses low carbs and skipping meals to cure type-2 diabetes & obesity, fruit juices are cokes with vitamins, otherwise a good change, a good change so-so

Old before my time, Overweight, 76 min, 80,000 views BBC weak on science, strong on human interest, missing sugar and blaming fat is upside down so-so


BBC series: repeats cholesterol myths, uses human interest approach, uses personal experiences and interviews, weak on science, and for the general UK public.

***** Eat, Fast & Live Longer 59 min, 209,000 views, BBC, Dr. Michael  Mosley, his latest (2015) on food and fasting, chatty and enjoyable on harm of Western diet. At 48, he was diagnosed with diabetes, and so he set out to find a drug free fix through interviewing leading researchers.  He found the answer and put it in a book, the 5:2 Fast Diet (2013). Weak on science, Very Good

***** 5:2 Revolution,16 min. 192,500 view, Ruskall Tatt of Australia who visited Dr. Michael Mosely, the BBC health science producer& author of the 5:2 diet, very popular in UK and t Europe.  Uses low carb fast 2 days a week; all major points covered.  What U.S. corporate media deliberately skips (fast) and for his 6 min. summary Both excellent

The Truth About Sugar, episode 1, 58 min, 424,000 views, BBC episode 1, a personal journey of 6 people who have sugar addiction; their going down to the WHO recommended  6 teaspoons of added (not natural) sugar a day (24 grams)—entertaining  good 

The Truth About Fat 54 min, 12,000 view, BBC documentary, by doctor investigating fat science, and finds most are good   very good pulled by Google—censorship, reason, “spam, deceptive practices, and scams”, surprising that the BBC UK is worse than US PBS media.

How to stay healthy, 60 min, 95,000 views, Michael Mosely, lecture in Australia on diet and staying health, full of slides, lots of good information and use of journal articles for a general audience, promotes fasting with low carbs, well-polished lecture 30 minute then interview Good

The big fat truth about low fat foods BBC documentary, 58 min, 177.000 views, BBC exposes the unhealthy of low fat diet foods, highly processed and loaded with sugar, engineered to not be filling.  Too much human interest, science at end, wrong on unsaturated fats Good  

Which Comes First: Overeating or Obesity? 68 min, 48,000 view David Ludwig, MD, PhD, covers the role of insulin in causing weight gain and more, a lecture given to physician thus freshmen level at UCSF, high glycemic meals increases rebound effect, nucleus accumbens on addiction and other experiments of interest. 

Worth watch if familiar with topics, Good


Food on the brain 65 min 326,000 views BBC,  Good

***** Cereals the foods that make billions, 56 min, 25,000 views, BBC, the role of cereals, yogurt and bottle water, and how big business feeds and sell us Excellent

Fast Food Babies 57 min, 1,264,000 views BBC Good

Too Fat to toddle, 49 min, 418,000 views BBC Good

Junk food kids, who’s to blame, 43 min,76,000 views BBC, shows the power of marketing and the lack of corporate concern for the public’s health Very Good

My child can’t stop eating, 48 min, 4,787,000 views, PWS (Parder Williams) syndrome from defective gene 15, 2,000 of them in the UK, always hungry, and learning problems, strong on human interest freak show, another example of how biology and the brain rules Good

The truth about food in six part,   Part 1, 58 min, 1,268,000 views, BBC documentary dragged out into 6 episodes, more human interest than science, this first one leads into the second one, the entire series—below are individual episodes  Good 

Learn the facts about sugar:  how sugar impacts your health:  55 min, 285,000 view, Barbara French moderator, Vice-Chancellor.  Panelists: Laura A. Schmidt, Dean Schillinger, and Cristin E. Kearns. UCFS publically funded department Sugar Science (only one other publically funded university department in the US).  ERROR:  grossly underestimates amount of sugar eaten—ignores natural sugar-a molecule is a molecule, glass of apple juice equals a coke.  Sugar by association, doesn’t explain how sugar poisons every.  Full of standard theory, such as fat causing heart attacks. Stops with fatty liver and insulin resistance. Without science. A start, for the public on sugar is bad, but is a mouse trying to move the elephant (food manufactyres), a failure  OKAY  

Part 1, truth about foods 59 min, 28.000 views Part 2, 59 min 104,000 views     Part 3 58 min 111,000 views 6sKDhH0tGBQUzpGZPhk&index=2                Part 4 how to be slimdown 82 min, 13,500 views    Part 5, 59 min, 67,000 views       Part 6 69 min, 45,000 minutes Good

Optimal diet for Humans—stomach acids 27 min, 42.000 views. Ail Nadir, critical of microbiome correct, but with flaws, might be right about zonulin, right about toxic plants which is destroyed by cooking, polyphenols that are antioxidant is minor, fasting is good basics So so


Optimal diet for Humans—Insulin Resistance  35 min, 51,000 views, Ali Nadir . for a high school audience, mainly accurate on basics , holds high-carb diet causes  insulin resistance states it causes diabetes, but not how, or that insulin resistance is a major marker for other illnesses.  He thus misses role of fructose and mitochondrial dysfunction. basics with flaws So so

Some of the junk videos, most exposed by outlandish claims, yet millions of views.  There is no magic foods---but coconut oil promotes healing—or bad natural ones (most fruits have been bred to be loaded with sugar which in excess is a slow poison like ethanol):  magic without science, not much different than the claims made on corporate media and PBS.  Their junk creates confusion and useless diet modifications.   I avoid UC TV, it is pure KOLs,’ tobacco science, but for the Prof, Robert Lustig who is excellent 

What you eat matters, 2018 92 min, 106,000 views, a push for vegan diet.  Promotes low fat, natural foods (not processed), no dairy or other animal products.  About 20 minutes on factor meat production and slaughter houses—gross.  Quality pitch but without science, dumbed down to American standards of 5th graders, uses authority figures to pitch vegan diet. SKIP

Big Fat Nutrition Policy, 80 Min, 216,000 views, Nina Teicholz, free-lance reporter, at Cato Institute, saturated fats are better than unsaturated fats or a high carb diet, but no science, just diet studies, no rancid fats in cell membranes, no replacing fat with sugar, no money affecting policy, no sugar as reactive chemical, no big ag and politics Skip  The Big Fat Surprise her popular book

Why are people so healthy in Japan 11 min, 389,000 what I’ve learned, stress all the possible ways certain substances in foods is purportedly good for you. This is industry twaddle that are not curative while ignoring the cause, fructose (which are fingered in other of his documentaries). Great format, but because it promotes cognitive dissonance, thumbs down.  Skip

What is the best diet for humans? 19 min, 2 M views Eran Segal, TEDx, Swallows the current crapolla of genetics, microbiome, lifestyle, and nutrition; holds nutrition tailored to each person based on blood glucose levels and microbes—should  measuring insulin resistance Skip 

10 foods you should never eat 101 minutes, 2,271,000 views.  No science, entertainment, nice video presentation skip

20 Foods That Will Clean Your Arteries Naturally And Protect You From Heart Attacks 8 min, 6.99 M Pure quality KOL crapolla, cholesterol myth, promotes sugar through fruits.  If pushed as good, it doesn’t work, but creates cognitive dissonance, claims blood pressure lowered, & circulation improved, expensive foods; plaque in middle layer of artery doesn’t with phenols SKIP

Bananas Most dangerous fruit in the world, 9 min, 3,212,000 views skip

What happens to your body when you eat 2 eggs a day, 7 min, 1,564,000 views skip

If you eat garlic and honey on an empty stomach for 7 days 3 min, 4,833,000 views by the same as above skip

 How to lose belly fat in 1 week at home 5 min. 1,792,000  skip

Secret Eaters SO2 EO2 season 2, 45 min 3.6 M views, about what people, lacks science, blames the victims, on the carb cycle, no mention of insulin resistance, Randel cycle, leptin, and weight control system, BBC program, against fats, Long-term they put it back, not covered  skip

To age or not age 44 min, 80,000 views, documentary New Zealand, follows the chatty, human interest BBC format, on moderate carbs & natural foods, but no science, no mention of fasting, and repeats the common dietary errors about stress, cholesterol, etc. skip

The War on Wheat, 39 min, 236,000 views, Canadian Broadcast Corporation, Fifth Estate series, for a general audience weak on science strong on interviews of expert, dieters, and author of Grain Brain.  Only good message is about how to smell a skunk (fad)—could be a hatchet job since wheat is Canada’s biggest export. Misses how big business is behind gluten free foods Okay

How I lost over 100 pounds 10 min, 699,000 views Penn Jillette [of Penn and Teller] on a fad diet that starts out with eating just one food for 2 weeks—he chose potatoes baked and boiled.  In two-weeks he lost food cravings including sweets; ate no nuts, fruit, animal products, refined grain.  Still avoids animal products, eats  mostly vegetables—very low energy dense foods plus some brown rice at dinner; went from 4,000 calories a day to 1,000.  He kept it off for 17 mos. Gaining now Okay

[1] I hold  based on an assortment of changes that the only way the government, the media, and the universities will confront the food manufacturers and  pharma is for the financial sector want greater profits to oppose them, and therefore to exert its influence.

2B Fasting,

***** How to increase autophagy without fasting 17 min, 239,541 views, Slim Land, a young Swede who, similar to What I’ve Learned with quality research, some errors, and very good visual support.  Autophagy is the healing process and turning it up and less need to do so is the key to health.  Autophagy is the process that makes fasting & low carbs healthful Excellent

***** Longevity and why I now eat one meal a day 16 min,  14,223,000 views What I’ve Learned, a lot of good info history  on fasting and how aboriginals live with one meal, the OMAAD (one meal a day) Excellent &


*****Fasting vs. Eating Less: What’s the Difference? (Science of Fasting) 13 min, 469,000, What I have learned, covers all of the essential points as to type of fast, why major calorie restriction is more difficult, adjustment to fasting, etc. Excellent


*****Fasting Awakening the Rejuvenation within you, 19 min 613,000 Valter Longo, top scientist, TEDx. Fasting  animals live longer because it turns on autophagy which stimulates stem cells to replace damaged cells & to repair other cells—requires low insulin Excellent  -       

*****Therapeutic Fasting—Solving the Two Compartment Problem 36 min, 2.1M views, Dr. Jason Fung lecture on the yo-yo diet, explains why the long-term obese early always gains back most or more of the weight that they lost within a few years, metabolism drops and they “feel like shit”.  Leads to the biology of fat storage. Solution is low carbs and fasting Excellent

***** Eat, Fast & Live Longer 59 min, 209,000 views, BBC, Dr. Michael Mosley, his latest (2015) on food and fasting, chatty and enjoyable on harm of Western diet. At 48, he was diagnosed with diabetes, and so he set out to find a drug free fix through interviewing leading researchers.  He found the answer and put it in a book, the 5:2 Fast Diet (2013). Very entertaining, Excellent       

***** Intermittent fating” transformational technique 13 min, 8.2M  22 months, Cynthia Thurlow TEDx, very clear, with key points without slides, basics Very good

***** Fasting for health and recovery 53 min, 392,000 views, Dr. Alec Burton (Australian), lecture, very basic for a general audience.  Very accurate on fasting and its benefits, and the science behind it without going into the science.  The explanation makes sense, Very good

***** Fasting as a therapeutic option for weight loss, 71, min, 23.4 M views Jason Fung, 7/19, lecture with lots of graphs. First half is about dietary advice, doctors’ wrong advice, lowering metabolism on diet, Biggest Losers TV follow up, then fasting Very good

***** Leptin & insulin resistance balancing tips, 95 min, 3.4M, Jason Fung, High Intensity Heath interview similar to the above, but without the slides Very good


Intermittent fasting technique, 13 min, 3.6 M views in 3 months—posted May 15, 2019, Cynthia Thurlow, nurse, clear simple basic, lacks science, relies repeatedly on her dietary advice to her patients,  very good introduction, good language skills & contact Very good


Intermittent Fasting, 37 min 709,000 views, Dr. Mike Mitzel, lecture to a general athletic audience with plenty of slides, covers the essential points, favors the short-term fast skipping breakfast along with very low carbs, last 10-minutes question & answer.   Very Good    

Intermittent fasting for weight loss,69 min, 736,000 interview by Dr. Mike Mitzel, covers what he said before, not as good as his lecture since it lacks graphs, too much on the stupid objections to fasting, but has additional info relevant to fasting as best fast (low insulin) Good

Intermittent Fasting Benefits 28 min, 90,000 views, Dr. Jay Davidson, a lecture with the points on the screen has him into the microphone in the right corner so you see and hear—very effective, covers all the key points on fasting, which are in his book.  Very good

Intermittent fasting avoid the 5 biggest mistakes 9 min, 224,000 view Thomas DeLauer, for cleansing (rules are not for weight loss, fails to mention this important distinction).  Very effective   Very good

*****Fasting and the fifty percent insulin problem, 21 min, 578,000 views, Butter Bob Briggs explains why fasting is more important than low carbs.  The obese have a 3-fold higher pre-breakfast level of insulin and alternate day fasting will lower it to the normal level in a couple of weeks.  Very clear explanation with graphs from published journal articles Excellent       Briggs has a website with 47 videos at Recommended

*****Why Fasting bolster brain powers, TEDx, 17 min, 4,5M, 2014, Mark Mattson PhD, NIH, at John Hopkins U. very good on fasting & its science, on how the brain adapts to no food, physical exercise, and ketone bodies from fasting to grow & heal Excellent

The Mystery of Fast-5 and D.I.E.T., TEDx, 16, min. 295,000 Bert Herring MD, by author of Fast-5, similar to the above but without the science.  His experience mirrors my own, only I only had 5 pounds to loose.  For a general audience, chatty, good life-style values, Good

Introduction to Therapeutic fasting, 23 min, 38,000 views, Dr. Robert Szabo, covers the essentials, likeable, poor enunciation, covers essential with slides, Good

World’s largest Fasting Study (2020) | Buchinger Wilhelmi Center Feb 2020 10 minutes, 121,000 views  on benefits of therapeutic fasting carried out 1,volunteers published Jan 2020 in PLOS and uses graphs from article. Well- presented talk shows lower blood pressure, lower fasting glucose, lower weight, by head of a very large clinic in Germany and Spain for 70 years. Good

Not just another ‘F’ word—my personal experience 26 min view 46,000, portly Jimmy Moore, author who has 2 books on ketogenic diet, and co-authored with Dr. Fung a book on fasting, 2016.  His struggle to lose weight; lacks science, etc. Okay

Fasting, Safe & Effective Use of an Ancient Healing Therapy, 55 min, 5,900 vies, Michael Kalper MD, nice guy giving boring lecture with a promotion for his clinic and the need for medical supervision. Lacks science behind ”fasting” Skip

The science of Fasting,56 min, 194,000 views  very weak on science, missed the healing systems, Warburg effect of cancer having defective mitochondria, also missed the ketogenic diet as extending the benefits, that one doesn’t need a doctor and clinic, and that carbs fuel cancer, skipped curing diabetes, obesity, and  cancer.  An industry response to fasting as it pushes fasting as an adjunct to chemo and didn’t mention the difference between local and metastatic cancer, and that chemo only makes the terminal patient much sicker. Skip

How to Eat One Meal a Day (OMAD) 5 min, 239,000 views OMAD Revolution, an alternative to other fasting routines, that some will find suitable; however, I would drop the fruit juice, binge day, lower carbs and add homemade bone broth; good video, clear and simple VG 

One Meal a Time 13 min, 22,000 views Sherry Strong, TEDx Tokyo, big on natural foods, no science, blames everything on manufactured food, ends with recommendation for OMAD, so-so


2C Fats, saturated. unsaturated, rancid and trans.  Again, we have industry maximizing profits, and this case almost every that is believed by physicians, dietacians, and the public is false. For example, saturated fats are the preferred best source of energy, moderately better than glucose from unrefined starches. Unsaturated fats (UFAs) become rancid on the shelf, cooking and in the body.  When rancid the damage the membranes of cells including the mitochondria, and thereby every metabolically active system in the body is operating at suboptimal levels. Omega-3 fatty acids are not good but bad, since they are UFAs.  What is good is another compound, furan fatty acids, found in fish oil; they prevent rancidification.  Omega-3 are not essential for health and they don’t reduce inflammation.  Saturated fats are heart health and preferred by the heart and brain, and UFAs aren’t because of rancidification.  And there is more the evidence against trans fats is weak.  The western ratio of omega 3 to omega 6 (1:16) isn’t bad, it is the quantify of seed oils (vegetable) UFAs that is. 


Unsaturated vs saturated vs trans fats, animation, 5 min, 184,000 views,  Allia Medical Media, gives the industry’s good and bad fats, good and bad cholesterol, omega 3 essential fats, nothing on rancid, explains clearly the structures, distorts the legislation on trans fats, misses the exceptions  skip

***** Enjoy Eating Saturated Fats:  They’re Good for You 53 min, 262,000 views. Prof. Donald Miller, surgery, cardiothoracic division, Clear well organized college lecture with graphics and lots of journal information, given to audience of physicians,  FOURTENTH CHOICE

***** Heart of the Matter Part 1 Dietary Villains, 29 min, 61,000 views, (ABC) Australian Broadcast Co., the saturated fat-cholesterol myth causes heart disease

*****How fat loss works in your body—the surprising truth, 5 min, 743,000 view, a simple more complete version of the above, with how to lose weight by burning more fat through keeping the fat storage hormone insulin low- clear, well-illustrated, effective  WATCH

*****The Story of Fat and why we were wrong about health 15 min, 1.66M views What I ‘ve Learned , on bad food manufacturers and how it is all about marking. foundation WATCH.   He at last missed two, that Ancel Keys was in the pay of industry and selected because of our government’s industrial farm policy setup under Nixon, and the second is on statins and that pharma cooks the results of trial they own.  Pharma is in the business of treating illnesses with fake fixes and worse. 

***** How to Maximize fat burning Part 1 4 min, 116,000 views, Dr. Jason Fung, on staying in the fat-burning mode by eating low carbs and thus keeping the insulin low.  The body normally burns carbs mainly, but by low carbs it forces the body to burn more fats. Fat is the storage form and thus normally burns glucose first, then when out of it switch as when sleeping EIGHTH CHOICE  

***** Saturated Fat is not dangerous, 29 min, 6,900 views Dr. Paul Mason, polished lecture by a physician who likes to expose the crap.  Canola oil is good because it is the lowest in omega 6 to 3, ratio 2:1; details expose the devil. For example, the WHI found a major increase in mortality among those on a low-fat diet with coronary artery disease, by 26%. On fat, cholesterol, and role of carbs:  With CVD take a statin for 4.5 years to extends life 5.2 days and 3.1 days without excellent   

*****Fat v Carbs with Jamie Owen—BBC  28 min, 300 views, presents both side, and shows that the low fat guidelines  is wrong and the role of business. Excellent

Dietary Sense and Nonsense in the War on Saturated fat 61 min, 63,900 views Prof. David Diamond, on fats, plenty of slides, includes history of low carb high fat diet and industry-gov. attack, lots of good science on fats including the absorption of nutrient, vitamin K2 for disposition of calcium in the bones instead of the arteries, misses fructose,  quality Very Good

Eat More Fat? –Amazing Results 18 min 1,468,000 views, a collection of snippets and testimonials that make the point that saturated fat is good, low budget Good

***** The oiling of America 123 min 167,000 views, uses work of Mary Enig, deceased 2014, presented by Sally Fallon.  Uses journal articles & graphs to correct the record and exposes some business’s junk science.  Themes are the cholesterol myth and the good and bad fats, including polyunsaturated fats PUFAs which are bad because of rancidification (at min 74), and the low-fat dairy products which use powder milk a source of oxidized cholesterol that is cause atheromas  Very Good

Vegetable Oils:  the unknown story, 36 min, 191,000 views Nina Teicolz, science journalist, Low Carb Down Under, goes over the history of seed oils (polyunsaturated, PUFA) based on her award winning 2014 book.  Started in 1911 when Procter and Gamble figured out how to hydrogenate cotton seed oil.  They also founded the American Heart Association.  In general, the large trials found a 2x higher mortality, cancer, and gall stone rate and more stroke with PUFA,  toxic heated PUFAs, accurate info Very Good

***** Paleopathology and the origins of the low-carb diet 48 min, 169,000 views 2 months, Dr. Michael  Eades, Author of Protein power with 3.5 million sold, and wife Mary.  The book has 7-paragraph of criticism in Wikipedia, all by the food industry’s support.  For his age (about 75) his brain works like a person 20 years younger.  Covers all the evidence that paleo peoples ate a high protein & thus fat diet.  He lets the evidence talk to prove the points, great graphs, polished Excellent

Diseases of Civilization:  are seed oil excesses the unifying mechanism: 45 min, 228,000 views, Dr. Chris Knobbe, historical information of what has happened with the increase in seed oils.  Then progresses to rat studies, and concludes that seed oils are 80% of the cause of Conditions of Civilization, sugar 15%, and refined grains 5%, because of their lack of vitamin K-2.  But there are other sources such as cheese.  If righjt vegetarians would be very unhealthy.  Also critical of manufactured foods, 65% of calories, and low in nutrients.  Misses sugar and mitochondrial dysfunction as major contributing cause. Relies upon association of increased seed oils, just one rat diet experiment okay


2D  Ketogenic Diet (New Atkins Diet, his diet has been changed based on modern science to low protein and more green vegetables—low net carbs).  The ketogenic diet is extremely low-carb diet (under 50 grams, 2 ounces) forces the body to burn fat.  It is used to treat intractable epilepsy and to starve cancer thereby sometimes curing or at least reducing the risk of a cancer becoming metastatic (fatal)—see section 4.  It also reduces the risk of a tumor developing into a cancer.   The ketogenic diet was used before insulin to extend life of those with type-1 diabetes.  Fasting makes it easy to go into ketosis. See Mike Mitzel above

*****Ketones the Better Fuel? (science of fasting and low carb keto) 16 min 131,000 views by What I’ve Learned, full of information, quality production, a great foundation based on science, one enters ketosis by low carb fasting or just very low carb diet Excellent

*****Low Carb & Keto:  What about cholesterol?  13 min, 853,000 views, What I’ve Learned, Keto diet is 19 times as many calories from fat and protein as net carbs, right on about cholesterol as not the problem and is essential for life, that lowest cholesterol have highest death rate and high lowest.  Saturated fats are good and unsaturated (vegetable) turn rancid foundation WATCH

***** part 1 Can you cure diabetes?  18 min, 706,000, What I’ve learned, 2018, goes over the 6 often repeated fallacies (the lady stating several of them is a Prof. at Harvard), top quality info chopping up the 6 myths, that make us fat and six,  debunking myths

***** Part II Obesity and diabetes explained: the overflow pheno0menon 16 min, 706,000 views, Oct 2018, What I’ve Learned, lots of good basics such as insulin causes fat storage, and rebuttal of bad studies, but failed to mention industry funding or going into the biology behind ketogenic diet—covered elsewhere. He shows at 13 min how a KOL lies to the public & physicians  Excellent

*****Everything you need to know about keto diet 6 min, 2,898,000 views, Dr. Oz, simple praise of Keto; a- how-to that lacks science.  The first thing I seen in media supporting Keto, still nothing on Autophagy.   Very good sales pitch—interviews, too short. Excellent

*****Ketosis: The Key to Optimal Health with Dr. Mike, 35 min.  141,000 views, Dr. Mike Van Derschelden,  full of good information on ketogenic diet and its benefits and how to get into it in a lecture to a general audience.  Plenty of slides, clear voice, a high energy moving lecture.  His experiences is the same as JK’s.  After Jason Fung the best doctor on YouTube  Excellent

***** Nutrition Therapy of Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease 45 min, 4.300 views, Dr Nicolai Worm, Prof. at U of Munich, lecture at medical conference in the UK, on in which Jason Fung gave the morning lecture.  An important lecture which along with Fung’s on insulin resistance pieces together the pathology arising from the high fructose Western diet and what to do to reverse or reduce the associated conditions.  The lecture was given to an audience of scientists. Excellent    

*****Is ketosis dangerous (science of fasting & low carb keto) 16 min, 2.47 M views, What I’ve learned, exceptionally well researched, benefits of burning fat in the form of ketones, while carbs are not essential                                                                                                  wrong about stress, it is associated with but not a cause, poverty is not stress, but rather the lack of proper food in fats and proteins. foundation WATCH

Reversing Obesity & diabetes—the low carb high fat diet 39 min, 61,000 view Andreas Eenfeldt MD, (diet doctor) Sweden, on the obesity epidemic and how to reverse it with more fat and less grains and sugar, a well presented lecture with plenty of slides Very Good

Keto-adaptation Counteracts Insulin Resistance and Reverses Type-2 Diabetes 38 min, 26,000 view Prof. Jeff Volek, for a mixed audience basic explanation and technical section on fat and ketosis, goes over the journal literature which shows why a ketogenic diet promotes healing, includes defective mitochondria, misses fructose, quality info, clear sound & slides Very good


Responding to Diet Saboteurs, Critics, and Skeptics 39 min 4,500 views, Miriam Kalamian, M.S, on ketogenic diet organized, answers the physician critic, lots of slides at a conference, good ammo when discussing how you’re are starving cancer or losing weight Very Good


Inflammation, Nutritional Ketosis and Metabolic Disease 26 min., 4,500 view, Dr. Stephen Phinney, at conference, Down Under, good argument for ketogenic diet, with science; however, as to inflammation he is shallow; viz.  gives us signs not causes such as inflamed liver and pancreas.  He incorrectly states that type-2 diabetes and atherosclerosis are inflammatory diseases; they are signs.  Nothing on the underlying processes, good on beta hydroxybutyrate good


Take control of your health,49 min, 16,000 views, Dr. Joseph Mercola, very good about the basics of mitochondria dysfunction, reactive oxygen species, keto diet, moderate protein, then miss equally big ones of fructose, unsaturated (seed) fats, insulin, raises some things to important, that aren’t; is more concerned about health than sales, clear, good illustrations, good


Achieving and Maintaining Nutritional Ketosis 20 min, 150,000 views, Prof. Stephen Phinney, UC Davis conference, explains key concepts about ketosis and carbs with graphs, would get 5 stars but for the poor sound quality. He has done extensive research Very Good

The case for nutritional ketosis   94,000 views Prof. Stephen Phinney, 2016 at conference with Fung and et al.  Better sound than the above, good slides, entertaining lecture.   Eskimo  and athletes who are setting endurance records examples; and KD health benefit compared to carbs  Very Good

The secret power of fasting and healing 88 min, 139,000 views, 4/19, Valter Longo a leading longevity researcher interviewed by Dr. Mark Hyman, who promotes for real foods.  Many interesting points for an educated audience with keto background. Good

*****Low Carb & Keto:  What about cholesterol?  13 min, 632k views, What I’ve Learned, Keto diet is 19 times as many calories from fat and protein as net carbs, right on about cholesterol as not the problem and is essential for life, that low cholesterol is associated with death and high with longevity & saturated fats are good and vegetable oil fats bad. foundation WATCH

Insulin vs. Ketones – the Battle for Brown Fat 35 min, 93,000 views, Prof. Benjamin Bikman, well presented lecture to a nutritionally knowledgeable audience at a conference.  On how brown fat is easier to metabolize when dieting, insulin drive white fat growth, and benefits of ketogenic diet Good  

No Sugar, no starch diet overview 39 min, 66,000 views Dr. Eric Westman, a getting start talk to those trying the LCHF diet.  Very simple, practical for those who have major weight problems of whom some are diabetic; 20 grams of carbs a day to maintain ketosis Very Good

High carb to low carb to keto to carnivore | Dr. Ken  Berry 16 min 250,000 views, Nov 2018, What I’ve Learned, an interview of the Dr. who wrote Lies My Doctor Told Me, lack of science, case history of one, limited to Nordic genes who adapted. so-so

The NEW ATKINS (KETOGENIC) DIET (lowered the protein, upped vegetables, and net carbs)

Understanding the [new] Atkins Diet 9 min, 89,000 views, documentary by Atkins Company of high quality diet  Very Good

The Atkins Diet, BBC  49 min, 43,000 views BBC documentary explaining the science behind the Atkins diet, that carbs that require less energy to utilize than fats and proteins, a bit drawn out as to information and misses the health hazards of sugars, Atkins didn’t  on Atkins in print by jk at; there are several more on diet there.  The Atkins website page with carb counter IMPORTANT

Dr.Eric Westman – Ketogenic Diet for Weight Loss 39 min, 176,000 views, class lecture by the author of the latest version of Atkins diet; & reversing diabetes  Very good

Dumb-down, human interest, food-industry’s tobacco science —SKIP

My Big Fat Body,48 min. 627,000 views. Documentary that repeats the failure of the Biggest Loser (TV), in which all but 2 gained all or most or their weight back in a study which followed them for 6 years, and one of the 2 success had bariatric surgery after gaining half the weight.  Message eat less exercise more, and have a physical trainer and dietician for motivation, Skip

The Weight of the Nation:  Part 1-Consequences, 69 min, 663,000 views, HBO, obesity causes, relies on expert testimonials and human interest, standard pharma view of heart disease with standard errors. Skip

My Big Fat Body Weight of the Nation:  Part 2—choices 72 min, 283,000 views, HBO, repeats myths of calories in calories out, weak will, refined carbs, & insulin, ignores biology behind weight gain, more of the above, US corporate media crap[. Skip

Weight of a nation Part 3 – challenges, 68 minutes, 162 min, HBO, finds standard causes such as less activity, weak will, manufactured foods high in sugar is also part of problem, wrong message about fat as the villain  Skip

50 Shocking Facts About Diet and Exercise 94 min, 192,000 views, BBC repository of sensationalism full of errors and rare events, pure yellow journalism  Skip

National Geographic:  Half Ton World: 44 min, 34,000 views.  Super obese, lives, addiction.  Popular viewing, entertains not science SKIP  

Fasting, safe & effective use of an ancient healing therapy 55 min 5500 views, Michael Klaper, MD, a nice guy that is part of a clinic, looking out for the clinic, who  like the typical doctor who knows little science, doesn’t recommend fasting for curing cancer or diabetes Skip

Ketosis — How to get into ketosis faster on the ketogenic diet and lose weight.  6 min, 480,000 views, CNN report (???) on ketosis, pushes Ketopia, a product that induces ketosis.  Skip the $144 product for 10 days and use fasting.  It will get you there with better results So-so  

Treating metabolic syndrome 29 min, 17,000 views Dr. Paul Mason, some good points and graphs and meta-analysis, average presentation, who uses ketogenic diet to reverse metabolic syndrome.  However, he has consistently bought into the standard explanations, such as on cholesterol, salt, pancreatic burnout, etc.  He uses association as though it was causation SKIP

Sugar,..the truth 30 min, 280 views; narration with drawings, strong on history of sugar as toxic, industrial influence, however it is wrong about asparagine & candida (even if harmful, harm is grossly overblown), pushes probiotic pills  Skip sales pitch for probiotics pills


3A.  Diabetes (t2d) & Insulin resistance (JK’s diet cure, & select journal articles)

History has been buried the stand treatment developed in the late 1800s for type two diabetes, a condition which afflicted the middle class and wealth, was to go on a Banting type diet very low in carbohydrates, and the consensus is the medical literature was that if they followed that diet there life expectancy was not shortened.   For those with type two diabetes Meletus, the issue isn’t glucose but the failure to produce sufficient insulin which signals cells to import glucose from the blood.  It is a no brainer, the way to keep blood glucose in the normal range is to eat very little carbohydrates.  Only since about the year 2000 was it known that with the metabolism of excess pancreatic fat will the beta cells again produce sufficient insulin.  The cause of adult diabetes is a fatty pancreas. 

*****Insulin Signaling 5 min, 236,000 views animation presentation, college level, needed to understand the basics, thus recommended  Excellent


***** Insulin resistance symptom [9] 10 min, 1.8 M views (1 year), well done clearly presented and essentially correct lecture by Kait, covers major signs Excellent   


*****Diabetes Animation 4 min, 43,000 views, a more complete explanation of the metabolic process and diabetes, misses reduced insulin with T2D Excellent

*****Reversing Type 2 diabetes starts ignoring the guidelines 18 min, 7,600,000 views, by Sarah Hallberg MD, TEDx PurdueU, passionate on treating diabetes and insulin resistance with low-carb high-fat diet, and on the viscous cycle of taking medications which require carbs to prevent hypoglycemia as recommended by guidelines that promote illness & profits  Excellent     

*****Ketogenic diet for diabetes with Sarah Hallberg, DO 73 min, (53 min lecture) 240,000 Views, whose trial of 486 long-term diabetic patients treating with ketogenic diet, done through the University of Indiana, is in its 5th year.  The first 2 years results are in print.  Base line BMI of 40; 8-years on insulin average, some of patients are producing little insulin (LADA, type 1).  Starts by removing short-term insulin and sulfonylurea drugs.  Very motivated, clearly presents, poor sound quality; over 30 studies referenced, to an audience of physicians.  Excellent

***** part 1 Can you cure diabetes?  18 min, 706,000, What I’ve learned, 2018, goes over the 6 often repeated fallacies (the lady stating several of them is a Prof. at Harvard), top quality info chopping up the 6 myths, that make us fat and six,  debunking myths

***** Part II Obesity and diabetes explained: the overflow pheno0menon 16 min, 603,000 views, Oct 2018, What I’ve Learned, lots of good basics such as insulin causes fat storage, and rebuttal of bad studies, but failed to mention industry funding or going into the biology behind ketogenic diet—covered elsewhere. He shows at 13 min how a KOL lies to the public & physicians  Excellent

***** How to Reverse Diabetes Naturally, 35 min, 4,600,000 views, Dr. Jason Fung, on treating the symptom high blood sugar instead of the cause insulin resistance.  Fasting with low carbs causes fat metabolism; calorie restriction & exercise seldom works long term  Excellent

***** Insulin Toxicity and How to cure Type 2 Diabetes, 61 min, 185,000 views Dr. Fung; on insulin, diabetes; failure of drugs; & cure with intermittent fasting & low carbs—to an audience of doctors.  Clinical trials prove that high insulin—not glucose—is the problem.  High insulin is causal for metabolic dysfunction and the resultant atherosclerosis & it comorbidities, Excellent

***** The Two Big Lies of Type 2 Diabetes 54 min,255,000 views, Dr. Jason Fung, similar to the first two diabetes video and with two patients re-accounting their experience on alternate-day fasting.  Excellent 

***** Understanding and treating type 2 diabetes 60 min, 28,000 Jan 2019, Dr. Fung, audience of doctors, lecture is the same as others but more too point.  The second half is very important in that he goes over the drugs, various with fasting, dropping first insulin fasting, then sulfonylurea, likes Acarbose   regiments, and monitoring blood work, especially potassium Excellent

Fung’s blog is excellent with link to his books, diabetes clinic, outpatient program (works with your doctor).

****** Metformin – the case of exaggerating both benefits and harms, 29 min, 150,000 views Prof James McCormack, UBC   No quality evidence that metformin works, except weight loss through nausea—great!.  It reduces  renal performance and minimally lowering HbA1c.  Skeptical of treating glucose when problem is insulin resistance.  Plenty of journal evidence presented.    If physician told you of no benefits, nausea, lower the quality of life, would you take it?  A cheap gateway-drug that establish faith in the physician and patient asking for one with less side effects.   Excellent

Metformin diabetes worst enemy, 6 min, 673,000 views, Dr. Greg Castello praise metformin, a sales pitch, must take with low carbs, gradual step up to 2 grams, shuts of glucogenesis by the liver, clear organized, lowers MI risk and promotes weight loss.  The liver turns on glucogenesis to restore level of glycogen to prevent lack of blood glucose.  Diabetic shock is caused because red-blood cell depends on glucose, low glucose harms the -blood cells function supplying oxygen—thus the diabetic shock.  Second, the body stores glycogen for emergencies. poor Skip

Are you smarter than a Doctor? What your doctor doesn't know about nutrition 71, min 222,000 view 2 months, Dr. Paul Mason, shows LCHF diet is superior to a LC diet. Restrict both seed oils and carbs, both cause insulin resistance, which harms by glucose toxicity (wrong) and hold insulin resistance is the cause of diabetes, thus treats his patients with keto diet and saturated fats; nut oils and fructose are poisons because they damage the liver through ROS.  Good points about the bad guideline and practices of medicine; exposes bad pharma bias and not sharing raw data as reasons for bad medical practices.  Well organized with journal articles as evidence many good points to which I took notes.  Freshmen level lecture, some errors of course. Polished lecture, good sound  Very good

Catherine Croft PhD on Hyperinsulinemia and Kraft 13 min, 2,500 views, lecture on fasting glucose does not reveal insulin resistance; best method is glucose tolerance test with measure of insulin at 2 hours, if above 30 mu/mL than 90% chance of insulin resistance Good 

A brief history of fat and why we hate it, 20 min, 2,100,000 views, blames obesity on sedentary life-style (wrong), the need for excess fat for survival, basically full of errors, good illustration, relies upon several professors, ectopic fat causes diabetes (correct) Okay

The Twin cycle Hypothesis for type -2 diabetes:  5 min, 900 views Prof Roy Taylor leading researcher who measured fat in pancreas, Newcastle U.  On fat and glucose metabolism, the role of insulin; easy to follow, on the cause of obesity and type-2 diabetes—glucose/sugar, Good

Insight Beating Diabetes 52 min, 83,600 views, 2016 Dr. Mosely & Prof. Roy Taylor interview, using Taylor’s 800 calories diet for reversing diabetes under 10 years have success, while over 10 years are not so likely on a small sample of 4 who all failed [Dr. Fung has success]  Strong on human interest, well organized and moving entertainment, quality interview,  Very Good

Michael Mosley 5x15- blood sugar, 17 min, 213,000 views, swallows glucose causing pathology, misses sugar as poison.  Good motivational no science, well present talk by a person who is the most effective UK writer and formerly BBC medical documentary maker on food & health.  If interested in Michael then watch, otherwise there are better choices  Good

Fasting and the Fifty Percent Insulin Problem 21 min, 188,000 views Butter Bob Briggs, clear simple, direct on how fasting lower insulin, recommends intermittent fasting or alternate day fasting, a very good lecture.   Very good     


*****Reversing the irreversible:  Type 2 diabetes and you 61 min, Newcastle University, Prof. Roy Taylor, slides, only with voice; explains why fasting works like bariatric surgery, his MRI images shows that liver and pancreas metabolize the excess fat to cure type-2 diabetes.  Misses fasting as part of diet and that LADA (Latent autoimmune diabetes of adults) of some in in his trial thus they can’t be cured by diet Important  VG

*****Diabetes the Hidden plague, BBC Panorama  58 min, 22,000 views, focuses on all the major health consequences (hospital) value information, full of sad human interest, will motivate the viewer by feeling the pain,  little on the fixing the 11 billion pounds cost to the NHS, lacking in science  Very good

Kraft, father of insulin assay, interview of Dr. Joseph Kraft, concerning his recently published book on his 17,000 patient whom he tested for insulin resistance using a method he developed.  It shows that 90% of those tested produce excessive insulin following the taking of 75 ml of pure glucose, what we call insulin resistance is diabetes.  Those with elevated insulin are at risk for the conditions associated with the western diet. Very important, Very good

***** How to reverse type2 diabetes 38 min, 51,000, Dr Robert Szabo, Low Carb Downunder was diagnosed with t2d at age of 37, 6 years ago, has clinic that treats diabetes, ,As of 2018 there were published 32 trials of low carbs for t2d, of which 6 were 2 years are longer, and of them 10 had over 100 participants. The better the restriction in carbs the better the results  Goes over the exiting data for surgery, low calorie, and low carb diets, dozens of graphs, sound good.  Excellent

Session 2. The Problem With The ADA Diet 11 min, 6,000 views, Dr. Richard Bernstein, informative for Type 1  & 2 diabetes, on how to go drug free.  He explains why the ADA guidelines & what doctors are taught are wrong.  At 84 with Type 1 diabetes he is proof Very good

Insulin resistance and high carbohydrate diets 41 min 813 views Dr. Timothy Noakes on how insulin resistance is caused by high-carbohydrate diet, and that is driving all the conditions once NAFLD develops especially type-2 diabetes.  Well presented, but a major flaw, misses the essential role of fructose in the carbs; thus ignores the prior talks by Taubes and Malhotra, Skip

Insulin Resistance 29 min, 48,000 views, Dr. Ted Naiman, figured out the biology behind the diet disaster.  He shows that the size of fat cells (how stuffed they are) is strongly correlated with insulin resistance and the subsequent pathology.  Several very important points such as the synthesis of new fat cell is why some fatsos are healthy, most don’t make new fat cells thus their adipose cells get stuffed and become resistant; technical, relies on journal articles Very good important

What if heart disease and diabetes had the same cause? 37 min  344,000 views, Lecture by Ivor Cummins. What I’ve learned, Misses fructose and mitochondrial dysfunction--this is a very common.  Build on insulin resistance to show the high rate of mortality and diabetes, and cancer.  Highest 1/3rsd had 40x risk versus the lowest third. Very good on the functions of insulin and the markers for it affects such as atherosclerosis and diabetes. Points out that LDL is not associated with illness. The full lecture The Pathway of Insulin Resistance Exposure and Implications is a better more technical version Very good

 Understanding type 2 diabetes [T2D] 4 min, 166,000 views, an animation introduction on type 2 diabetes, easy to follow, clear and pro use of drugs Okay

Pre-Diabetes:  Steps to gain control 104 min, 600,000 views Julie Husmann, Holland Hospital center March 2013 dietician to genal audience.  Against steroids raise blood sugar, many other drugs.   Pushes lifestyle interventions.  Into lipid hypothesis, basic not worth the time SKIP

The Latest Scams from the diabetic Industry 68 min, 140,000 views, Dr. John McDougall, a KOL,  has a clinic in which there is a 10-day program for diabetic, which gets type-2 diabetes patients off their medication.  He then goes on his lecture to inform the audience that saturated and trans fats raise cholesterol and serum glucose.  It is a slick presentation using tobacco science.  By the end I recognized that it is a continuing medical education class (CME), an audience of physicians, and he is spoon feeding them a line that fats promote diabetes.  A rare insight into a CME class  Watch to learn about pharma educating physicians and group behavior  The McDougall diet is low in fat, high in carbs and contains no cholesterol.  “The diet is based on a variety of starches such as rice, potatoes, corn, breads, pasta and fresh or frozen fruits and vegetables .”

NOTE:  6/3/21, I searched for CME classes on YouTube, got just 2 explaining them with low number of hits, done by KOLs.


3B.  Conditions of Affluence and western diet

*****Sugar, metabolic syndrome, and cancer 56 min, 395,000 8 months, Prof. Robert Lustig, Low Carb Down Under, like others college level, this time upper division, on how fructose causes the 3 in title, right on but possible the Warburg effect, states that cancer needs carbon change for synthesis in PPP Pentose Phosphate Pathway, I think it is of moderate importance and the apoptosis is major cause for mitochondrial dysfunction in cancer, loots of slides, rapid fire Excellent.  

Why are diseases of affluence and age rising 18 min 1,000 views in 6 month, Kate Jeffrey, claims that the diseases of autoinflammatory diseases allergies, MS,  enteritis, and type-1 diabetes, all up over 3-fold since 1950. Blames  epigenetics, absurd because the change is too recent for the genetics to have changed over 70 years.  Claims it is environmental changes are switched, need drugs to treat  skip

Nothing else on conditions associated with western diet.  However there are talks on the western diet. Pasted conditions associated with the western diet


3C Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease NAFLD and metabolic syndrome

***** What is metabolic syndrome, and why are children get it? 72 min, 52,000 views, Prof. Robert Lustig, like Sugar, The Bitter Truth, with over 7 million hits given to students; this is technical for researchers at Tufts University and goes at a faster pace. He shows the biology driving the pathologies is insulin resistance that causes on a high-fructose diet a fatty liver that causes the age-related conditions including diabetes, weight gain, ischemic events, dementia, arthritis, etc. Fructose is a liver poison.  Important to watch, even if too technical. The fix is to metabolize liver fat Excellent

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