Category Archives: Basics
Fertility specialist Dr. Michael D. Fox discusses PCOS (an ovulation disorder) and how low-carb diet can help women to get pregnant.
If you are confused about whether to eat a low carb diet, low-fat or fat-free diet, the confusion ends here in this guide to low carb eating. http://healthdaddy.org/low-carbohydrate-diet/
John Fitt, CEO and Founder of Healthdaddy.org compiled a list of 27 reviewed studies about low carb and low fat diets and their benefits for diabetes, weight loss, epilepsy and much more. The last update was 2016 , so basically … Continue reading
Recommended book: New Atkins for a New You – by Eric C. Westman , Stephen D. Phinney , Jeff S. Volek
Check out this comprehensive Ketogenic diet food list (including a PDF you can download) and find out what you should be eating on the Ketogenic diet. Source: Ketogenic Diet Food List – What Are Keto Foods? (+ PDF Download)
Learn the difference between Ketosis and Ketoacidosis and how to test your Ketones level in this great guide by KetoDietApp. http://ketodietapp.com/Blog/post/2013/11/30/Ketosis-Measuring-Ketones
In this page: https://www.dietdoctor.com/low-carb/benefits , Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt explains the benefits of a low-carb/Ketogenic diet.
Check the top 12 myths about low-carb and Ketogenic diets and why they are incorrect. http://www.ketogenic-diet-resource.com/low-carb-dieting.html
Kris Gunnars, the founder and CEO of authoritynutrition.com compiled a list of 23 RCTs on low carb VS low fat diets in a very simple, organized and detailed way. https://authoritynutrition.com/23-studies-on-low-carb-and-low-fat-diets/
What’s making us fat? And how can we change? Building upon his critical work in Good Calories, Bad Calories and presenting fresh evidence for his claim, bestselling author Gary Taubes revisits these urgent questions.
Do you want to eat a low-carb diet while breastfeeding? It can be an excellent way to lose excess weight, while still eating all the nutritious foods that you and your baby needs. However, you should not eat a strict … Continue reading
One of the best Keto websites by Martina Slajerova http://ketodietapp.com/
Fed Up is a 2014 American documentary film directed, written and produced by Stephanie Soechtig. The film focuses on the causes of obesity in the US, presenting evidence showing that the large quantities of sugar in processed foods are an … Continue reading
The below table shows the carbohydrates content for the most popular spices per tablespoon and teaspoon. Remember, on a Ketogenic diet: Net carbs (total carbs – fiber) < 20-30 grams
If you still believe that drinking fruit juice is a better/healthier option for you and your family (especially kids), well…think again. They both have the same sugar content. A can of Pepsi(355 ml) contains 41 grams of sugar (around 10.25 teaspoons) … Continue reading
The ultimate guide to healthy sweeteners, which to use and which to avoid on low-carb, keto & paleo diets. Source: Complete Guide To Sweeteners on a Low-carb Ketogenic Diet | The KetoDiet Blog
Meet the first diabetic cookbook written in 1917 : Diabetic cookery; recipes and menus by Rebecca W. Oppenheimer
Diabetic cookery: recipes and menus by Rebecca W. Oppenheimer was the first diabetic cookbook written and published in 1917 , exactly 100 years ago 🙂 It is important to note that Oppenheimer’s book was published five years prior to the … Continue reading
Did you ever wonder what the first diet/weight loss book was? The book that is usually given credit for being the very first “diet book” or book on weight loss, was Letter on Corpulence by William Banting. Guess what? It … Continue reading
Are you wondering what to eat on a low-carb/Ketogenic diet? Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt makes it really simple here: https://www.dietdoctor.com/low-carb/foods
Quick tips about forms of Magnesium supplements. Best forms (high absorption and high bio-availability): Magnesium Glycinate (highly absorbable, this is recommended for anyone with a known magnesium deficiency and less likely to cause laxative effects than some other magnesium supplements) Magnesium … Continue reading
For decades we have been taught that fat is bad for us, carbohydrates better, and that the key to a healthy weight is eating less and exercising more. Yet despite this advice, we have seen unprecedented epidemics of obesity and … Continue reading
Jamie Oliver investigates sugar’s huge contribution to global health problems like obesity and type 2 diabetes, reveals how much sugar is in healthy-looking food, and explores what can be done to help.
Sam Feltham compiled a summary as an excel file listing 25 RCTs about low carb diet VS low fat diet. Check it here: http://smashthefat.com/science/ The 5 Main Points Of The 25 RCT’s Over The Past 15 Years Are… Low carb dieters … Continue reading
Ketogenic diet myths abound, and many of them warn about vitamin deficiencies. So let’s look at the facts about vitamins in relation to a Ketogenic diet. Source: Facts About Vitamins and the Ketogenic Diet
An in-depth look for beginners at what to expect when going on a keto diet. From what to eat and what to expect, to your daily needs and common approaches. Source: A Beginner’s Guide to the Keto Diet – Ruled.me
Here is an excellent beginners guide to Ketogenic diet: https://authoritynutrition.com/ketogenic-diet-101/
In the below link, Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt lists all the side effects and problems you face when starting a low-carb/Ketogenic diet and how to cure them. https://www.dietdoctor.com/low-carb/side-effects
The list of Ketogenic diet benefits is a long, happy one. So what to expect the first month(or 6 weeks) after switching to a Ketogenic diet plan? Check all the details here: http://www.ketogenic-diet-resource.com/ketogenic-diet-benefits.html
The hemoglobin A1c test tells you your average level of blood sugar over the past 2 to 3 months. It’s also called also called HbA1c, glycated hemoglobin test, and glycohemoglobin. People who have diabetes need this test regularly(2 to 4 … Continue reading
https://proteinpower.com/drmike/ is Dr. Michael R. Eades blog. The blog is not frequently updated but it is a gold chest of information.
Both sets of units are used to measure blood sugar levels and both give a measurement of the concentration of glucose in the blood, although in slightly different ways. Unit mg/dL mmol/L Description Milligrams per 100 millilitres (1 Deciliter) Millimoles … Continue reading