Interview with Dr. Mary Vernon

I wish this woman were my doctor, but the living in a different continent issue makes it impractical. In this video, she is interviewed by the wonderful Andreas Eenfeldt, MD (who I also wish were my doctor).

Dr. Vernon explains how she started out treating her patients the way she was taught to treat them. And then she found a way that actually helped them get better. Have a look.




4 comments:

PaleoMalin said...

Just wanted to leave a comment to say thank you for post this vid. It's really interesting.

France@beyondthepeel said...

Hi Ruth. Great choice for a video. I find this one especially interesting because she mentions specifically a situation that my husband and I have. She talks about how certain individuals are more sensitive to carbohydrates or glucose. My husband can tolerate glucose better with very little problem. i always assumed it was his activity level. I do believe it definitely plays a part but this doctor raises an interesting point. She talks about it in reference to her inability to be in the sun, yet others can spend hours with not adverse affect. She challenges us to consider that the same is true for carbs. I never really thought of it that way but if it's true for sun, why would it not be true for carbs?
Great video choice!

Ruth Almon said...

I think if a person has been eating right since day 1, and is still eating right, (what humans were meant to eat) there wouldn't be a lot of differentiation between how well one person deals with carbs compared to another.
But we haven't eaten right.
Now the question is how damaged is my system (and in what particular way) compared to yours.

Jill@ RealFoodForager.com said...

Thanks for linking your great post to FAT TUESDAY. This was very interesting! Hope to see you next week!

Be sure to visit RealFoodForager.com on Sunday for Sunday Snippets – your post from Fat Tuesday may be featured there!
http://realfoodforager.com/2011/12/fat-tuesday-december-6-2011/

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