What does the Impossible Burger have in common with estrogen supplements for post-menopausal women? quite a lot!

We here at Regenerative Times have seen plenty of headlines about the Impossible Burger. Burger King recently rolled out an impossible burger product, and recently, celebrities such as Ellen Degeneres, Miley Cyrus and Leonardo DiCaprio have all backed the product. The product has reportedly won against beef in taste tests. So out of our curiosity, we decided to investigate how, exactly, a soy-based burger managed to finally taste as good as real meat. So...

Diabetes drug Jardiance reverses heart failure in animal model – ketogenic diet likely provides the same benefit with less risk

Researchers at Mount Sinai Icahn School of Medicine in New York have shown in a pig model of heart failure, that after two months on the drug, markers of heart function improved dramatically. In a placebo-controlled study of 14 pigs with heart failure, cardiac magnetic resonance and 3D-echocardiography were used to observe what was happening in the animals’ hearts. They observed improved heart function in the treated pigs - reductions in pulmonary congestion,...

Western Australia’s government acknowledges low carbohydrate diet puts type 2 diabetes into remission

The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice. Theodore Parker, 1853 Today, the Parliament of Western Australia released a report in support of a low carbohydrate as a means of putting type 2 diabetes into remission, officially advocating for the dietary regimen over the failed 'carb up, shoot up' approach advised by industry groups such as the American Diabetes Association. Since governments are responsible...

Why Kaiser Permanente, Goldman Sachs, and other industry players don’t like regenerative medicine

I just got done reading the 'Elite Hospitals Plunge Into Unproven Stem Cell Treatments' article from the Kaiser Family Foundation ( yes - related to Kaiser Permanente ), and frankly, i found it hilarious. Clearly, this is a hit piece designed to paint the use of stem cells as wreckless experimentation, even throwing well respected research hospitals like Mayo Clinic under the bus and cherry picking their website in a desperate attempt to...

Yet another bombastic diet study makes baseless claims – and the media eats it up.

Chances are that if you read any mainstream news site, you've came across a journalist's interpretation of this study from The Lancet. When i first saw this headline, i was pleased to see that a mainstream scientific publication had managed to publicise the concept that bad diet is the biggest threat to human health today. Here at regenerative times, we are well aware of how much diet can influence, positively or...