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Why We Limit Hyper-Palatable Foods for One Year

posted by Julie O'Toole on September 22, 2016 at 9:50am

When I was first introduced to the Minnesota Semi-Starvation Study (MSSS), published in 1950 by Ancel Keys and his team, I was overwhelmed by the sheer volume of data they were able to accumulate about the physical and psychological ramifications of semi-starvation in humans.

It was mind-blowing. Then I came across the graph on page 106 of the hardbound edition called “Over-all Changes in Body Weight in the Minnesota Experiment” with the subtitle: “Expressed as a percentage of the…

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About Food: Corn

posted by Julie O'Toole on January 28, 2016 at 12:54pm

Over the next few weeks I am going to do a series of blogs on food.  No surprise, I imagine, but by “food” I mean “ingredients”.

At Kartini Clinic we spend our lives restoring the health of our young patients. Their families look to us for advice, sensible advice, about food and eating and this series is part of that. Our therapists turn out to be (almost) as interested in food and good food as our kitchen crew, and our parents often equally so. But in the case of our parents they…

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Why Wait For Treatment?

posted by Julie O'Toole on January 20, 2016 at 3:35pm

It still happens all the time.  I go to see a family in the hospital (and they can be from anywhere) and as I take their history, the parents begin their recitation of what brought their son or daughter to this juncture in the first place.

It often starts subtly: increased alone time as a result of less interest in social activities, more time spent on homework and “fitness” or sport.  Eating “healthy”.  Who can argue with eating healthy and homework?  Then the vegetarianism.…

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Whole Milk and Kartini’s Meal Plan

posted by Julie O'Toole on November 18, 2015 at 3:49pm

I can’t tell you how often a look of horror and surprise crosses parents’ faces when I explain to them that Kartini Clinic’s Meal Plan, in our spirit of real, undoctored (no pun intended) food, uses only full fat dairy products: whole milk, whole milk yogurt, whole milk cottage cheese, etc. “But doctor,” more than one father has said, “I have high cholesterol!”  

“How high?”, I ask. Usually they don’t know, but sometimes say that their doctor told them their cholesterol was “kind of…

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