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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 ->
The Whole30 Slow Cooker is available everywhere next month on October 23. Today, as a special #SeptemberWhole30 treat, we’re giving you a preview of a favorite dish from the book: Turkey Breast Tenderloin Piccata with Cherry Tomatoes and Green Beans. Exclusive: Get Access to Five Recipes Now Want […] Continue Reading ->
This super easy keto chicken & creamy dill sauce is perfect for busy weeknights, or keto meal prep for lunches all week!  It’s also dairy free, Paleo, and even Whole 30 compliant!  Easy, healthy AND delicious = WINNING.  🙌     While the chicken is very tasty, […] Continue Reading ->
To celebrate my 50th birthday in May, my husband David and I joined up with our friend Tillie to visit London, Leeds, and Haworth, the home of the Brontë family. Our itinerary included mostly bookish places—bookstores, libraries, and the pièce de résistance, a private tour at the Brontë […] Continue Reading ->
We are still chugging along in our September Whole30, and plan to continue it indefinitely. We both feel really good this time around, and are really enjoying the program. We have a good bit of stress (good and bad stress) going on, and it’s so important to nourish […] 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 ->

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