06 December 2016

Cancer and Fasting

Read and learn about the different ways to cure cancer. Consult your doctor before starting any protocol.

Stefan developed prostate cancer. He did a 42 days fast to starve cancer cells, following the program described in The Breuss Cancer Cure. Watch the video for more details about his experience.

06 October 2016

Luigi Cornaro - A Temperate Life

Secrets of a Long Life 

The First Discourse (1 of 4) written at the age of 83
The Second Discourse (2 of 4) written at the age of 86
The Third Discourse (3 of 4) written at the age of 91
The Fourth Discourse (4 of 4) written at the age of 95

Or how to regain health from serious chronic illness, and live a healthy and long life.

These four discourses: How to Live 100 Years, or Discourses on the Sober Life is the earliest and most detailed account on calorie restriction and fasting I have found so far.

21 July 2016

30 June 2016

How to Reverse Type 2 Diabetes Naturally - Jason Fung

Dr Jason Fung: How to Reverse Type 2 Diabetes Naturally

Great, easy-to-understand presentation on how to reverse type 2 diabetes.

Diabetes is a problem of insulin resistance. If we treat diabetic patients with insulin, they develop even more insulin resistance, it will make their diabetes worse over time.

Diabetes is a dietary disease, and it should be treated with dietary intervention and not medicine.

For more, check out Jason Fung's blog: Intensive Dietary Management.

27 June 2016

Hungarian Food

I was on holiday in Hungary visiting my family. Here are a few examples of my country's culinary traditions.

10 March 2016

Sweet Everywhere

Sweeteners (with different names) and alcohol are everywhere, even in your mouthwash products:

Of course, we don't drink it, I'm just wondering what effect it has on dental health.

Other names for sugar and sweeteners:

1. Anhydrous dextrose
2. Agave nectar
3. Beet sugar
4. Brown sugar (light and dark brown)
5. Cane juice (solids)
6. Cane sugar/syrup
7. Carob syrup
8. Caster sugar
9. Coconut sugar
10. Confectioners’ sugar
11. Corn syrup (solids)
12. Crystalline fructose
13. Date sugar
14. Demerara sugar
15. Dextran
16. Dextrose
17. Dehydrated cane juice
18. Dulcitol
19. Erythritol
20. Evaporated cane juice
21. Evaporated cane syrup
22. Evaporated sugar cane
23. Fructose
24. Fructose crystals
25. Fruit juice crystals
26. Fruit juice concentrate
27. Glazing sugar
28. Glucose
29. Glucose syrup
30. Golden sugar
31. Golden syrup
32. Granulated sugar
33. High-fructose corn syrup (HFCS)
34. Honey
35. Icing sugar
36. Invert sugar/syrup
37. King’s syrup
38. Lactose
39. Levulose
40. Maple sugar/syrup
41. Maltodextrin
42. Maltose
43. Malt sugar/syrup
44. Mannitol
45. Mannose
46. Molasses
47. Muscovado
48. Nectar
49. Pancake syrup
50. Panocha
51. Powdered sugar
52. Raw sugar
53. Refiners’ syrup
54. Saccharose
55. Sorbitol
56. Sorghum (syrup)
57. Sucanat
58. Sucralose
59. Sucrose
60. Sugar
61. Superfine sugar
62. Table sugar
63. Treacle
64. Turbinado sugar
65. White sugar
66. Xylitol 
67. Xylose
68. Yellow sugar

07 March 2016

Modern Epidemic

“When diet is wrong, medicine is of no use. When diet is right, medicine is not needed.“ 
- Ayurvedic wisdom
Obesity and chronic diseases

Today, obesity is increasing at an alarming rate. Fat tissue growth increases our risk for chronic diseases, such as diabetes, cancer, heart disease etc. By this logic, if we lose fat tissue, we also reduce our risk for these diseases at the same time. So, what makes us fat?

10 January 2016

Running a Marathon on a High-Fat Diet

Watch this great video by Jason Lonergan - Running A Marathon LCHF as a Diabetic and Coeliac,
a marathon runner who has both Type-1 Diabetes and Coeliac Disease:

09 January 2016

Ketogenic Diet

The benefits of a ketogenic diet are numerous. It not only enhances physical performance, it also gives a better chance for recovery from chronic diseases.