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Our skin is the largest organ in our body. As a barrier between the inside of our body and the outside world, it’s responsible for protecting us from infection and disease. It also plays a vital role in detecting hot and cold, regulating our body temperature and has […] Continue Reading ->
A simple yet satisfying dish with lots of flavor from the leeks au gratin. Full recipe → The post Bacon with Creamy Leeks au Gratin appeared first on Diet Doctor. Continue Reading ->
Ground beef is one of the most versatile things to cook amazing low-carb and keto meals with. You can prepare it in a million and one ways, such as meatballs, hamburgers and meatloaves. You can also use it in lasagnas, casseroles, on pizzas and in pies. So, […] Continue Reading ->
The post The 215 Most Popular Free Paleo Recipes – Essential Recipes For Every Paleo Eater appeared first on Paleo Flourish Magazine. We got to thinking recently… there sure are a lot of amazing Paleo recipes out there, but all the cookbooks are from just one amazing Paleo […] Continue Reading ->
How do you make low carb truly simple if you’re a beginner? Perhaps by using our updated and simplified guide. Feel free to share it with people who could benefit! Low Carb for Beginners The post Updated Guide appeared first on Diet Doctor. Continue Reading ->
Our new low-carb meal-plan tool gives you everything you need to succeed on low carb. Meal plans, recipes and shopping lists – no planning required! Adjust and skip any meal – and the recipes and shopping lists adapt. We now have 35 low-carb meal plans available – including […] Continue Reading ->
4.7 out of 5 stars5 stars90%4 stars0%3 stars0%2 stars10%1 star0%10 ratings345 views What’s it like to work with low-carb nutrition for patients as an internal medicine doctor? Dr. Eric Sodicoff has a great interest in the ketogenic diet. But why is that so? In what ways can […] Continue Reading ->
Hi everyone – happy Earth Day!   Earth Day is near and dear to both of our hearts. Although for us, the mentality of caring for Mother Earth certainly extends beyond a just a day in late April. We have made a point of buying environmentally-friendly furniture, clothes, […] Continue Reading ->
As someone who recommends the Autoimmune Protocol as an effective treatment for autoimmune disease, I’m often asked how I recommend others approach the transition to this approach. Do I recommend jumping in with both feet? Or, is it better to transition slowly? In this post, I’ll address the differences between […] Continue Reading ->

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