The War on Insulin (and the defense of fat)

Dr. Peter Attia: The War on Insulin

Those who are well on their way to improving their health by living a low carb life – most likely have started accumulating data, reading books, sorting through the nonsense and have begun to “see the light” in terms of how revolutionary it really is.

You probably already are regular readers of people like Gary Taubes (Good Calories, Bad Calories), Mark Sisson (Primal Blueprint), and many more.

However – one low-carb advocate who’s relatively new to the scene is Dr. Peter Attia. He runs The War On Insulin, in semi-partnership with Dr. Taubes – and is documenting not only his personal journey living super low carb (and really high fat), a “ketogenic dieter,” but also his insight as an MD.

Peter’s writing is fantastic beyond belief, and the personal touch he has, along with truly understanding the fundamental scientific reason “why we get fat,” you will truly enjoy reading his site this year (he expects to write one post per week).

Some recommended starting points:

  1. How can I lose weight?
  2. What Dr. Attia actually eats on a daily basis (incredible)

Enjoy the knowledge!

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4 years 8 months ago

I started reading the war on insulin too. Can’t wait to see what he has in store. I love his fat shake for breakfast, proof we had it all wrong for many decades.