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Current Affairs

I’m thrilled and honored to announce that my client (and friend) former CEO of AIG and CEO of Starr International Maurice “Hank” Greenberg and I will be appearing on Bloomberg Radio’s show The Hays Advantage hosted by one of top-rated financial journalists and broadcasters in the nationKathleen Hays on February 12th at 2 PM. We’ll […]

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Don’t Eat Wheat

by Fred Hahn on December 7, 2012

Here’s why. Listen closely to what Bill Davis M.D. is saying (and try not to listen to Oz). What isn’t said well on this Dr. Oz episode is that wheat is pervasive. It is put in foods you’d never realize like soy sauce, creamed spinach, french onion soups made with beer, french fries (to make […]

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High Intensity Strength Training in Today’s Financial Times

August 31, 2012

In today’s Financial Times there’s an article about high intensity strength training that I feel is worth shouting about. More people should know, especially seniors, how beneficial and time saving this type of exercise is. Please enjoy! Once a week, Maurice “Hank” Greenberg, the former chief executive of insurer AIG, leaves his Park Avenue office […]

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60 Minutes on Sugar

April 12, 2012

My super tall friend Andreas Eenfeldt M.D., a pro-low carb, high fat diet physician posted the 60 Minutes segment on sugar called Is Sugar Toxic which aired a few weeks ago. While it was great to see a segment on the evils of sugar aired on such a popular show, sadly, it fell short of […]

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Happy Father’s Day

June 19, 2011

Enjoy. I miss you dad.

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Forks over Knives

May 11, 2011

Forks over Knives is on its way to a theater near you. The creators claim that a meat based diet will kill you and a plant based diet will save your life. Here we go again. OK. We all know that eating carrots is better than eating Cheetos. We all know that chomping on fruit […]

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The Low Carb Cruise 2011

May 11, 2011

Jimmy Moore, Becky Gandy, Kim Eidson and gang have done it again! The 2011 annual Low Carb Cruise was a smash hit! Many of the same friends and esteemed experts returned this year. I’m smacking myself for not getting more pix of me with the likes of Dr. Andreas Eendfeldt, Dr. Michael Fox, Dr. Mary […]

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Gary Taubes vs. Dr. Oz: Science vs. Logical Fallacies

March 14, 2011

(Open heart surgery. The field of work that Dr. Oz IS an expert in.) I’m a little pissed. As anyone who watches his hit TV show knows, Dr. Mehemet Oz is fond of exploiting the fact that he is a medical doctor who possesses masterful surgical skills to make it seem as if he is […]

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Jack LaLanne – RIP

January 24, 2011

The legendary Jack LaLanne died over the weekend at age 96. He was unmatched in his positive, upbeat and motivational persona. Much of what he had to say about fitness and health was spot on. Here is my favorite clip sugarholics If the ADA, ADtA, USRDA, AMA, etc. would follow his advice, obesity and type […]

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Gluten Free on ABC

November 7, 2010

Well, well, well. ABC News has really shown its colors this time by airing a news segment the other day on the dangers of going gluten free. The dangers? Gluten is a protein composite found in wheat, rye, barley and other grains. There is no known need or requirement for this particular protein blend in […]

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