Rainer’s Research Review

Rainer’s Research Review was a collection of articles discussing scientific publications that I wrote for the former German Society for Paleo Nutrition (now the Society for Evolutionary Medicine and Health). The main aim was to make scientific literature more accessible to laypersons and to provide my own interpretation of the data. Here you can download all articles, but unfortunately they are only available in German.

RRR1 (2012): Bayesian time series analysis of terrestrial impact cratering

RRR2: Hunter-gatherers and other primates as prey, predators, and competitors of snakes.

RRR3: The Ketogenic Diet is an Effective Adjuvant to Radiation Therapy for the Treatment of Malignant Glioma.

RRR4 (2012): Low Carbohydrate-High Protein Diet and Incidence of Cardiovascular Diseases in Swedish Women: Prospective Cohort Study.

RRR5 (2012): Hunter-Gatherer Energetics and Human Obesity.

RRR6 (2012): Natural versus commercial carbohydrate supplementation and endurance running performance.

RRR7 (2012): Impact of Calorie Restriction on health and survival in rhesus monkeys from the NIA study.

RRR8 (2012): Low-Protein vegetarian diet does not have a short-term effect on blood acidbase status but raises oxygen consumption during submaximal cycling

RRR9 (2012): Increased Average Longevity among the “Tour de France” Cyclists

RRR10 (2014): The effect of protein timing on muscle strenght and hypertrophy: a meta-analysis

RRR11 (2014): Kalorien, Kohlenhydrate und Krebs (Special Issue)

RRR12 (2014): Is everything we eat associated with cancer? A systematic cookbook review.

RRR13 (2015): Erheblicher Schaden durch kohlenhydratarme Dieäten – Wo ist die Evidenz? (Leserbrief an die Zeitschrift FORUM)

RRR14 (2015): Strong adverse prognostic impact of hyperglycemic episodes during adjuvant chemoradiotherapy of glioblastoma multiforme

RRR15 (2016): The effects of short-term fasting on tolerance to (neo) adjuvant chemo- therapy in HER2-negative breast cancer patients: a randomized pilotstudy (Originaltext, der dem Journal Club Beitrag „Fasten als therapeutische Ergänzung“ [INFO Onkologie 19(4):14-16] zugrunde liegt)

RRR16 (2016) Safety and feasibility of fasting in combination with platinum-based chemotherapy