Great insight from a dedicated carnivore. I think what she is saying echoes Michael Pollan’s advice of “Eat food, not too much, mostly plants.” (I write this as sirloin is on the menu here tonight)
The Mushroom Bourguignon soup/stew she makes at 4:58 looks fantastic and I’m putting together a shopping list for the week so I can try it.
The Mushroom Bourguignon: https://nyti.ms/2FkQAdD
A slew of articles in recent months have referred to the ketogenic diet as a “fad” or “trend.” It’s “dangerous,” claimed one article, and an anonymous post by the Harvard Public School of Public Health said the diet “comes with serious risks.”
As anyone who’s gone on a diet knows, once you lose some weight, it gets harder to lose more. The “eat less, move more” mantra, as simple as it sounds, doesn’t help us deal with our bodies’ metabolic reality: As we shed pounds, we get even hungrier and our metabolism slows down.
This year, more than 610,000 Americans will die from heart disease. It’s the leading cause of death for both men and women. For decades, doctors and nutritionists prescribed low-fat diets to people trying to lower their risk of heart disease. Saturated fats in meats and dairy products were thought to clog our arteries.
There’s a sensational documentary out on Netflix that seems to have a lot of people talking about going vegan. In the spirit of so many food documentaries and diet books that have come before,What the Health promises us there is one healthy way to eat. And it involves cutting all animal products from our diet.