Are ketones dangerous?

Are ketones dangerous? The answer to that question is it depends. I think it's important to note that ketones still may pose a risk for those of us on a ketogenic diet, pursuing nutritional...

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For the love of exogenous ketones!

You read that correctly. I love ketones and I am actively pursuing ways to increase my bodies ability to produce them through the use of exogenous ketone supplements. Ketones are a dirty word in the...

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Share your story about insulin access

Banting's Ghost has gotten enough funding to begin the documentary process thanks to 36 amazing Patreon supporters (and we still have room for more)! Without stories to document however, there is no...

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High cholesterol meets ketosis: an update

A couple of years ago I started using the ketogenic diet to manage my blood sugar as a type 1 diabetic and to enhance my athletic performance. I wrote a series of blogs and an ebook to share that...

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Crowdfunding with Patreon: why it’s right for “Banting’s Ghost”

There are 5 days left to see if crowdfunding with Patreon will successfully launch the Banting's Ghost documentary project. My Patreon is at $391/month pledged by 29 backers. We need to reach...

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Insulin access before incremental advancement

I've always wondered how a cure for diabetes might have any hope of actually being delivered broadly enough to make an impact in the lives of those who need it most. Today there are thousands of...

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Banting’s Ghost: an insulin access documentary project

It might not work. These are some of the scariest words in the vocabulary of any creative and they are responsible for stifling the launch of countless projects that might have changed the world if...

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Here’s why I’m thankful for film this Thanksgiving

I returned home to wade through plenty of my own personal baggage that I encountered during my time at Standing Rock. It's been heavy and not at all comfortable witnessing this unfolding of events. I...

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Standing Rock: Examining my bias

As a photographer it's my job not just to re-create what I see in the world around me but to take some responsibility for my interpretation of it. This fact made the task of remaining unbiased while...

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I’m going to Standing Rock, ND–here’s why.

I'm not political but I'll give it a whirl for a moment. I don't rant incessantly about who is ruining the country or who should fix it. I'm pretty sure that's what voting is for--a place to...

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