Joris Snellenburg



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Thank you for this historical perspective. I was wondering about the origins of the commonly accepted notion that your brain needs glucose, and a lot of it. With the names and the power of Google scholar I was able to find the relevant article for which the reference [1] I found missing from this blog post. Perhaps in future entries they can be included? [1] Owen, O.E., Morgan, A.P., Kemp, H.G., Sullivan, J.M., Herrera, M.G. and Cahill Jr, G.F., 1967. Brain metabolism during fasting. Journal of Clinical Investigation, 46(10), p.1589. Doi:
Sep 24, 2016
Part 2: Can low carbohydrate ketogenic diets inhibit cancers?
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