Tyler’s Short Journey Back to Health

Here’s an inspirational and short introduction to low carb Paleo – written by Tyler Massas, the man in the pictures above:

PaleoTyler.com: My short journey back to great health

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Final Report: Two Months of Strict LCHF and Ketone Monitoring 95
Will LCHF Work Long-Term? Say, After Four Years? 117
Can You Prevent Childhood Obesity with a Lot of Carbohydrates? 17
Low carb bread: Another fairy tale bites the dust 189
Happy Ketones 42
Health Care System Failing Obese Children – Here’s a Solution 22
Losing Weight Long Term on LCHF 54
LCHF on the Front Cover of US Magazine 91
Diabetes Disaster in China 63
Is It Dangerous to Eat Meat Before Age 65? 48
LCHF Greetings from Australia 48
Stunning: Saturated Fat and the European Paradox 165


  1. Nice website with a nice collection of information.
  2. bill
    Can I add one video to his excellent collection?

    From Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Institute:

    http://www.mskcc.org/multimedia/why-we-all-don-t-get cancer

    Like Lustig, Sloan's Thompson doesn't get it completely, but his argument for eating only fat and protein to ward off cancer, is strong.

  3. I'm convinced this diet is the way to go. It's not the most convenient way to live, but then good health never was convenient.
  4. Trina
    It's no wonder people are confused. Somone (who knows my position on sugar and carbs) sent me this today.

    “There is no evidence that fructose behaves any differently than sucrose metabolically in humans,” said John Sievenpiper, a research fellow at St. Michael’s Hospital and the lead author of a recent study on the effects of fructose." http://www.thestar.com/living/health/article/1230550--fructose-not-a-...

  5. Good site good topics.
    I am not to sure about low carb diets but I always like to keep a open mind so will read what you have to say on the matter.


  6. Gosh, that video Bill mentioned above ("Why we all don't get cancer" by Craig B. Thompson of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center) is really terrific! In under 30 minutes, he does a brilliant job of explaining the basic mechanisms that lead to cancer.

    Unfortunately, the copy Bill linked to didn't seem to be playing right for me, but the same video is also on YouTube:


    Of course, blood glucose features prominently from quite early on in Thompson's explanation, but he also concludes with some fascinating comments concerning the role of macronutrient balance in cancer development (especially carbs). His slide show even features that same illustration of the series of cavemen evolving into a fast food guzzling slob.

    So anyway, thanks Bill. Very informative viewing!

  7. bill
    You're welcome.

    I love this blog.


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