Sugar is the most evil substance in our diet of late, or so it's portrayed by the media and a ton of "expects". The only positive thing about it is that it's sweet right? The rest is just side effects. Well, that's because people don't read all the research. How can you conclude that something… Continue reading Why the side effects of sugar are based on flawed research and how to make sugar work for you instead of against you
Vitamin B3 comes in a few forms, with niacin (nicotinic acid (NA)), niacinamide (NAM), nicotinamide riboside (NR) and inositol hexanicotinate being the most famous. As you can see from the picture, vitamin B3 can come in three forms from the diet, namely NA, NAM and NR, whereas an endogenous pathway can also synthesize NAM from… Continue reading Does Niacinamide contribute to diabetes and insulin resistance?
Let me just start off by saying that fat gain happens mostly in the presence of caloric excess (when more calories are consumed than is being burned). For healthy adipose tissue expansion, there needs to be acute inflammation, collagen remodeling and growth of new blood vessels (angiogenesis). Without these factors, healthy fat gain cannot take… Continue reading Different fats and inflammation