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41.1% Of Women Are Obese

I’m too disgusted to bother writing about this. Here’s a link to the DM.

For men, the rates went from 32.2% to 37.9%.

I mean seriously… WTF people?  I don’t know if I should laugh or cry at this point.

Brilliant Light Power September Update

Mills presented at the Society for Cable & Telecoms Engineers Energy 2020 conference in Denver, CO. on September 12, 2017. The audience consisted of leading Operating Executives from across the Cable industry. Dr. Mills’ presentation is available in PDF format here. An updated production timeline was published in the presentation.  Presently, BrLP plans to have…

More Defending of The Indefensible Ketogenic Diet

Michael Carrato, one of my readers, didn’t like what I had to say about his ketogenic diet regimen.  Carrato writes: Are you saying that a ketogenic diet CANNOT reverse diabetes and improve markers for CHD? Because it seems that the position of the anti-fat crowd is that keto is positively incompatible with good health, that low…

Large-Scale Study Proves High-Fat Diet Promotes Health and Longevity – Quackery?

Lew Rockwell recently published an article by Dr. Joseph Mercola, who seems enamored with ketogenic diets for some reason.  In the article, Mercola advocates for eating a high fat diet and regularly putting oneself into a state of ketosis.  Mercola claims this will promote longevity and “boost mitochondrial function.” It’s true that a properly done ketogenic…