Saturday, April 23, 2016

Saturday Stories: "Functional Medicine", Slavery, Shame, and Sugar

Orac on his blog Respectful Insolence heaps respectful insolence on the so-called genre of functional medicine.

Rachel L. Swarns in the New York Times with the story of how slavery bought Georgetown University and what that might mean to those slaves' descendants.

Neal Gabler in the Atlantic discloses his secret shame (and it's one I bet many share).

Kevin Klatt on his blog Nutrevolve with a further deep dive into sugar, fats, Yudkin, and Keys.

[And on a lighter note, here's my friend James Fell on his blog Body For Wife with his now stock response to any angry comments he might receive]