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Applied Trophology, Vol. 5, No. 10 (October 1961)

The following is a transcription of the combined October 1961 issue of Dr. Royal Lee’s Applied Trophology newsletter, originally published by Standard Process Laboratories.  An Open Letter to Senator Kefauver Senator Estes Kefauver Lookout Mountain Chattanooga, Tennessee Dear Senator Kefauver: In your investigations of the FDA and the American drug industry, you should look into […]

What Everyone Ought to Know About Women’s Health

May is Women’s Health Month, so let’s take a look at what everyone ought to know about it. (Don’t worry, guys, your month is coming.) With men and women having so many of the same organs, systems, and processes, are there really all that many differences in how each of us achieves optimal health? Good […]

The Keto Diet for Diabetes: Does It Work?

Here’s the straightforward answer: the keto diet can help manage diabetes by helping to normalize uncontrolled blood sugar levels through reduced carbohydrate intake. But how does keto work? What is the correlation between a low carb diet and regulated blood sugar? In this blog post, I’ll simplify things for you. By the end, you’ll learn: […]

Type II Diabetes, Obesity, Butter, and Public Health: The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same

A few days ago I received a request from the Diabetes Council of Hyde Park, NY, to be part of an “expert” panel (word used loosely in relationship to myself) on DIABETES, and provide a short article on the subject.  I decided to do it, and below is the article I provided them. Furthermore, I […]