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The path

This post was originally published on this siteFor as long as I can remember, I have sought solitude and a space for reflection and quiet exploration of the world. The post The path appeared first on Diet Doctor.

How to increase your odds for healthier aging

This post was originally published on this site 35 views What’s the biggest issue stopping us from enjoying life in older age, and what can you do to increase your odds for healthier aging? And why are some indigenous populations… Continue Reading →

A user guide to saturated fat

This post was originally published on this siteOur popular guide explains what is known about saturated fat and the scientific evidence for its role in health. The post A user guide to saturated fat appeared first on Diet Doctor.

The past, the present, and the future

This post was originally published on this siteDoing as you are told and following instructions may not fit all personalities. The post The past, the present, and the future appeared first on Diet Doctor.

Common side effects of fasting

This post was originally published on this siteFasting has benefits ranging from weight loss to reduction in medications required for type 2 diabetes, but it does have some short-term side effects. The post Common side effects of fasting appeared first… Continue Reading →

How to best minimize the insulin response long term

This post was originally published on this site 45 views Can you think of a food found in nature, that’s high in both fat and sugar? If not, perhaps our human ancestors did not eat a lot of this kind… Continue Reading →

Eating butter in polite company

This post was originally published on this siteI will never forget my first experience dining with a large group of low-carb enthusiasts. It was about two years into my low-carb journey. The post Eating butter in polite company appeared first… Continue Reading →

Cholesterol on keto – Dave Feldman

This post was originally published on this site What happens to cholesterol levels on a keto diet? Can weight loss cause increased LDL cholesterol levels? Can resistance training lower LDL cholesterol? Dave Feldman has carried out a number of extremely… Continue Reading →

A grateful text reverberates our purpose

This post was originally published on this siteHearing grateful, joyous news about one of the individuals our information has helped make my day. The post A grateful text reverberates our purpose appeared first on Diet Doctor.

What about fiber on a low-carb diet?

This post was originally published on this site 32 views What about fiber on a low-carb diet? How much do we need? What are the origins of the idea that it is good for us? What are the guidelines? What… Continue Reading →

What to do when weight loss stalls

This post was originally published on this site 192 views Why does lost weight tend to come back for many people? How can you prevent that, and lose weight long term? In this presentation from the Low Carb Denver 2019… Continue Reading →

What do you want to do when you grow up?

This post was originally published on this siteCould you imagine a job where one of your primary responsibilities was to interact with Diet Doctor members and to empower them to revolutionize their health? That’s a dream job, isn’t it? The… Continue Reading →

Should you be afraid of cholesterol on a low-carb diet?

  38 views What drives the process where good LDL particles turn into harmful LDL? Is it fat or carbohydrates? What is the impact of fluctuating blood-sugar levels? How is lifespan affected by statins, and what about the side effects?… Continue Reading →

Garlic cream – cooking with Jill

In this easy-to-follow cooking video, we share how to make your very own delicious garlic cream, Toum. Watch the video above and feel free to share it. Here’s the full written recipe: Keto shish kebab with garlic cream and roasted… Continue Reading →

Ketones – the metabolic advantage?

  18 views Can ketones create a possible metabolic advantage? In this presentation from the Low Carb Denver 2019 conference, Dr. Benjamin Bikman explains how mitochondria – the power plants of the cells – can use nutrient energy in two… Continue Reading →

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