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Dr. Jeffry Gerber and Ivor Cummins may just be the Batman and Robin of the low carb world. They have been teaching the benefits of low carb living for years and they recently co-authored the book Eat Rich Live Long, a must read for the low-carb enthusiast. […] Continue Reading ->
Are you thriving on, or want to try a low-carb diet but find it tricky to implement it in every-day-life together with your family? In today’s often hectic schedule, it can be quite difficult to even find the time to prepare a home-cooked meal, let alone actually […] Continue Reading ->
Another day, another scary news story… Last Thursday, Business Insider whipped up concern with this catchy headline: 3 huge new studies of more than half a million people are casting major doubts on the keto diet But are there really three huge new studies “casting major doubts” […] Continue Reading ->
Bethany went for a decade without ever having her period. After being diagnosed with PCOS she tried everything she could think of to reverse it, but nothing worked. She stumbled upon a keto cookbook and signed up on the two-week keto low-carb challenge. This is what happened: […] Continue Reading ->
Alzheimer’s disease is perhaps the most feared diagnosis for all patients and their families. It doesn’t claim as many lives as heart disease or cancer, but its devastating effect on the lives of loved ones is immeasurable. For some, it is a fear worse than death. Unfortunately, […] Continue Reading ->
Last week, The Houston Chronicle ran a bold opinion piece by cardiologist Bret Scher favoring low-carb diets and debunking the purported heart health risks of eating red meat. This op-ed nicely summarizes ideas that are familiar to Diet Doctor readers while it also educates a new audience: […] Continue Reading ->
Is Public Health England (PHE) a front for the food industry? Earlier this month, I delivered the keynote lecture to an audience of 250 GPs and other healthcare professionals at the UK’s first medical educational-accredited lifestyle medicine conference in Leeds. Much of the day focused on the […] Continue Reading ->
If you have a new diagnosis of type 2 diabetes, or have been dealing with the condition for years, where’s a natural place you might go for support and information? Well, you’d think the national diabetes associations, right? Wrong! Unfortunately, listening to advice from the Canadian Diabetes […] Continue Reading ->
A new report, just released by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), pegs US diabetes rates, as of 2016, at 14.0% of adults. This includes cases of both diagnosed and undiagnosed diabetes. In 2014, this rate was pegged at 12.2%. This new data, sourced from the National […] Continue Reading ->

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