Wednesday, 25 January 2017

Happy with my Ongoing Learning

I see that the last post in this blog, was on Saturday, 28 May 2016. Lots has happened since then.

For a start the "trial" of Dr Tim Noakes, began in February 2016, and information about those proceedings began slowly to reach me. In particular the videos, from the Noakes Foundation were interesting, but they were also long and confusing. 38 video's to date, about 16 hours, 90 pages of notes in my journal.

I addition I found Dr Jason Fung's many long and complex videos, which are intended to be training material for doctors.

The Big Fat Surprise; Why Butter, Meat and Cheese Belong in a Healthy Diet, a book by Nina Teicholz, is a long read, but it does tell the story in an understandable way, and it's got a good index at the back.

From June until September, I was climbing the learning curve as strongly as possible. In October to December I was consolidating that learning in myself, and in my own daily practice, and rebuilding the web site to reflect that knowledge. In January I've been making the web site more useful to people with small devices, and installing some business tools.

The rebuilt web site offers you four ways to learn about low-carbohydrate dietary practice. Each of those ways gives you access to the basic knowledge. But it's in the interconnection of the knowledge from each area, that the power of the site is revealed.

Those four parts are labeled:
The Nutrition Standards On Trial
The Life Giving Lecture
Nutrition Science
The Banting Diet.

You create your own better health. That starts with improved knowledge. Being aware that you can improve your health, and quietly trying to do that, by making informed choices, and keeping simple records, will work for you in time. You have to make good sense, in your own way, from the health information available.

Here is a simple health test anyone can take, with instant self diagnosis.

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