September membership roundup

During September we had a record number of updates to the member site. Here’s all the news.

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Paleopathology and the origins of low carb – Dr. Michael Eades
Dr. Michael D. Fox
The Man Behind the Atkins Diet – Jackie Eberstein
Women, Hormones and Nutrition – Presentation by Dr. Michael Fox
Run on Fat – Cereal Killers 2
The Top 5 Tips For Weight Loss
Is Coffee Bad for You? – Dr. Michael Fox
Losing Weight and Reversing Diabetes – Maureen Brenner
Stone Age Body, Space Age Diet – Presentation with Dr. Ann Childers
Weight Control – A Question of Calories or Insulin? – Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt
The Wahls Protocol – Dr. Terry Wahls

Everything New >

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  1. Karen
    Words matter. We should stop calling what most of us have "Type 2 Diabetes" and start calling it what it really is "Hepatic Insulin Resistance". Diabetes is a disease where your body can't make insulin and it HAS to be supplemented or you die. Hepatic Insulin Resistance is where the body makes too much insulin in response to an overload of sugars. Diabetes is not curable. Hepatic Insulin Resistance is. The treatment for the two is not the same. I think changing the name will help reduce the confusion. Since most people haven't heard of Hepatic Insulin Resistance they might be more willing to start the regimes necessary to cure it then if we lump it into the same group as an incurable genetic disease.
  2. Karen
    This would also take it out of the purview of the America Diabetes Association who's advice seems to be debilitating and killing millions of people.
  3. smc
    Are you able to disclose how many (paying) members we have now? I know we passed 10,000 some months ago, but I'm curious to know how we are doing.
  4. Bjarte

    Of course we can: We have just above 11k members now. During June - August growth was slow for a number of reasons, but in September things have really sped up. We would love more members as we need to hire more people to do more great stuff!

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  5. smc
    Thank you. I am pleased to hear that you are doing so well. You'll not likely catch Netflix in terms of membership, but 11k is quite respectable. We have told all of our friends and family to join, and we know a few of them have. Keep up the good work!

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