The top 5 Professor Noakes videos

Professor Tim Noakes is one of the true pioneers of LCHF, and one of the strongest voices in the low-carb movement. His dedication is also seen in the Noakes hearings in South Africa, which have been called “the nutriton trial of the century“.

Here are our top videos featuring Professor Noakes.

  1. Tim Noakes on trial
  2. A world-wide nutrition revolution: what is next?
  3. "We are not designed to be chronically ill"
    "I knew nothing"
  5. Cereal Killers

Watch them


  1. Gareth McCumskey
    How to do science 101:

    1. Detemine a hypothesis based on observation (eg: LCHF works).
    2. Put together a set of experiments to gather data that would validate said hypothesis.
    3. Run experiement in a double-blinded, controlled way in order to ensure all data gathered is valid.
    4. Use the correct statistical techniques to narrow down the very broad experimental data into figures that either prove or disprove your hypothesis and to prevent researcher bias and cherry picking.
    5. Publish experimental technique, statistical methods used and experimental data to a science journal to allow your peers to review.
    6. Allow peers to attempt replicating the results you achieved.
    7. Multiple scientists have replicated your results and now the scientific consensus is that your original hypothesis is now true/untrue.

    Or you can do what Tim Noakes did; decide that's too much work and effort and come up with a plausible idea, write a book filled with seemingly plausible conclusions based on zero actual experimental data, sell it directly to the public at large as if its some hidden secret and cash your cheque.

    Reply: #2
  2. Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt, MD Team Diet Doctor
    I suggest you watch some talk by prof Noakes, there's tons of experimental data behind his conclusions.

    Regarding "cashing a cheque", all the proceeds from his books go to his charitable foundation.

  3. Tim
    Noakes is only being judged by the same standard he advocates, which is compulsion rather than persuasion to reduce sugar usage.
    I don't have a lot of sympathy...

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