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5.0 out of 5 stars5 stars100%4 stars0%3 stars0%2 stars0%1 star0%1 rating What do low-carb athletes eat during a long race? Watch the answer above (transcript). Many more questions regarding low-carb and ketogenic diets and performance are answered in this Q&A session from the Low Carb USA conference, […] Continue Reading ->
Meal plan? What new feature would make you visit our membership site every day? We asked our members this week and here are the most asked-for features: 1. Meal plans Members want lots of meal plans of different types, tailored to their low-carb lifestyle, intermittent-fasting, keto, vegetarian, […] Continue Reading ->
The post Pomegranate Apple Ginger Fizz Recipe appeared first on Paleo Flourish Magazine. Serve this pomegranate apple ginger fizz at your next holiday party for a delicious but healthier drinks option. Pomegranate Apple Ginger Fizz Recipe Add 1/3 cup of the pomegranate juice, 2 thin slices of fresh […] Continue Reading ->
A fancy dark chocolate cake, whipped cream, nuts and berries. A dessert like this is a given success on any festive occasion. Full recipe → The post Low-Carb Chocolate Mess with Berries and Cream appeared first on Diet Doctor. Continue Reading ->
The idea that gluten could be harmful for more than just celiacs has been gaining traction lately, with studies confirming the existence of non-celiac gluten sensitivity, the ability for gluten to damage cells lining our guts, and a link between gluten exposure and leaky gut in susceptible individuals. […] Continue Reading ->
I don’t know about you, but I’m so excited that it’s finally persimmon season. If you’ve never thought of combining the sweet and tangy flavor of persimmons with the rich earthiness of sweet potatoes, you’re in for a real treat with this recipe! Add to this intoxicating […] Continue Reading ->
Here’s another victory for science over dogma. Today, the British Medical Journey has again decided to stand behind science writer Nina Teicholz’ peer-reviewed study from 2015, in which the conclusion was that the American dietary guidelines were founded on a weak scientific foundation, and still fail to […] Continue Reading ->
Hyperinsulinemia plays the dominant role in provoking obesity and fatty liver disease, but what causes it? Insulin is intimately related to our diet, so that was naturally the first place to look. Highly refined and processed carbohydrates, such as sugars, flour, bread, pasta, muffins, donuts, rice and […] Continue Reading ->
Part Three in Our Ketogenic Diet Series Lately there has been a lot of hype about extending lifespan with diet. Stories of new scientific evidence and exciting “discoveries” are circulating the medias causing many people to fast or severely restricting carbohydrates to live longer. But does the science […] Continue Reading ->

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