The Yin and Yang of The Fallacy of The Calorie: Part One- The Yin of The Fallacy of The Calorie

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Throughout the history of humankind and including our technologically impressive 21st century world; our perception of the natural world has been one of balanced tension. Good and evil, God and devil, hot and cold, hunter and hunted, even down to the microcosm of meat and veg on our plate; we explore, devour and seek to…

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The Daily Meal

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Please enjoy my new contributions to The Daily Meal site! Article link here Recipe link here I will be featured twice monthly, so look for some tasty bits on the 15th and 30th of each following month! Also, don’t forget to tune in every Friday at 7:30 Eastern to catch me live with Bernadette on…

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Death of a Bogeyman

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“Dietary cholesterol does not play a major role in determining cholesterol levels….” The Fallacy of The Calorie p.125 (Koehler Books, 12/14)-Dr. Mike. “The amount of cholesterol in your food doesn’t necessarily translate to a higher level of cholesterol in your blood,” Dr. Jon Lapook – Professor of Medicine, NYU School of Medicine and chief medical…

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A History Lesson

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History Lesson In my latest book, The Fallacy the Calorie: Why the Modern Western Diet Is Killing Us and How to Stop It, I describe some of the original errors that have led to unnecessary, persistent and misdirected campaigns against such dietary constituents as salt and fat. I also discuss in depth another misguided attempt…

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Mojo, Baby!

Getting my mojo on for the interview about the new book. Watch my appearance on emotional mojo here!

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When More is Not Better

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Physical activity is associated with a better, healthier and longer life. Of this there is no doubt. However, recently the question has arisen; is there a point beyond which we do more harm than good? In our hustle bustle, all or none modern society, can we exercise too much? Legend and myth would lead us…

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What to juice? Beets Me

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As part of the strategy to break the negative, addictive feedback of the modern Western diet, my program incorporates the concept of juicing. I am often asked if there are any particular fruits or vegetables which may be more beneficial than others. Recent research from the Queen Mary University of London would suggest that for those…

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Podcast

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In case you missed the podcast; catch it here: Jennings Podcast “Dr. Mike Fenster, cardiologist, professional chef and martial artist. He’s author of The Fallacy of the Calorie: Why the Modern Western Diet Is Killing Us and How to Stop It. The Fallacy of the Calorie What is a calorie and what’s the fallacy? Instead of relying…

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Men’s Fitness

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Please enjoy my feature in the February 2015 issue of Men’s Fitness-UK!

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Martha Stewart

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For those that missed the February issue of Martha Stewart’s Living Magazine, catch the contribution to the article by yours truly!

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