60 000 views

I’ve done more than a hundred talks on diet and health in recent years. I calculate that more than 10 000 people have listened to them. A good start, but there was a lot of work and travel involved.

Four months ago I uploaded this video of my presentation from the AHS conference in Los Angeles. It’s been viewed more than 60 000 times on YouTube already. Just one talk has reached far more people than all those before it combined.

Obviously there are big (infinite?) possibilities here. There will be more videos this year, specially designed to be shown online. I’m studying how to do it well.

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11 Comments

  1. Patti
    I shared that video with my boss (chiropractor/nutritionist), he now shares it with any patient that asks about losing weight, feeling better or even getting off prescription drugs! Just made a special point of it on his latest blog!! You're getting very well known in Indiana!!
  2. Justin B
    I have enjoyed all of your [English] videos so far, from the AHS lecture, to the interviews. Keep up the good work!
  3. Margaretrc
    That is just plain awesome!
  4. Funderaren
    Thats nothing, I googled "Dr Andreas Eenfeldt" and got 95 300 hits. :)
  5. Andreas, you are doing an incredible job getting this important message out. This kind of grass roots effort is exactly what is needed to combat Big Pharma and Big Agra's corporate gobbledeygook.

    Maybe you should change the name of your blog to LCHFevangalist.com!

  6. jaymaster
    You are already doing it well!
  7. Michael
    ...yet in your own country, research bias is still alive and kicking:
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-16526695

    DietDoctorMan, to the rescue :) !

  8. Milton
    The article mentions the link between meat eating and bowel cancer, but I recall a post by Tom Naughton at his Fat Head blog where he showed how badly flawed that research really was. Any time I see a "meat linked to cancer" news item, I think back to that post and the way the evidence was mangled in order to create a tiny sliver of a relationship that was then reported as "MEAT INTAKE LINKED TO CANCER!!!!!"
  9. Anabela
    Hello Andreas,

    I got to know you via Jimmy Moore's podcast and have been visiting your website ever since. I enjoyed your Food Revolution video very much and am checking out the other ones you've posted.

    Keep up the good work. :)

  10. Dr.E is a great speaker & writer on LCHF!

    For those who enjoy the hard science behind this, take a look at young Lucas Tafur's blog (http://www.lucastafur.com) He just completed his advanced degree in biochemistry and molecular biology, and is specializing in how carbs, fats, etc., impact health. It is so heartening to know that serious science is now being directed to how/why so many are becoming obese, and why they are getting the related diseases.

  11. Alexandra
    Great presentation! I heard you mention the possible bad effects of milk protein. I thought that that was a flawed claim that T. Colin Campbell made, debunked by Denise Minger?

    So my question is about yogurt: I make my own from whole milk, let it ferment for 12 hours (some people recommend as long as 24) to convert as much lactose as possible, then strain it down to half its original volume. Is there any way to know if it is lactose and/or casein being drained off? Certainly what remains is good and fatty, a lot like the best sour cream!

    Thanks! BTW, I found you via Gary Taubes' and Peter Attia's response to Tara Parker-Pope's article in the NY Times (link on Attia's blog). I hope a lot of others will do the same.

    Alexandra

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