Two Decades of Experience with Low Carb Diets

Two Decades of Experience with Low Carb Diets

Do you have two decades of experience with low carbohydrate diets? No? Neither do we. This talk from Dr. Westman at Low Carb Houston touches on the science behind the low carbohydrate diet over the last twenty years. In addition to research, Dr. Westman has a clinical practice at Duke, combining clinical research and care regarding lifestyle treatments for obesity, diabetes, and tobacco dependence. He is also the author of Cholesterol Clarity and Keto Clarity.

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The Salt Scam

The Salt Scam

By: Dr. Jason Fung. The war on salt is unjustified. Salt is crucial to maintain an adequate blood volume and blood pressure ensuring that our tissues are perfused with the oxygen carrying blood and nutrients. Salt is composed of equal parts sodium and chloride. When we measure the electrolytes in the blood, salt (sodium and chloride) are by far and away the most common ions.

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Time for Activism: USDA 2020 Nutritional Guidelines

Time for Activism: USDA 2020 Nutritional Guidelines

Currently, the government nutritional guidelines (also called the Standard American Diet) push a low fat, high carbohydrate diet. We know that when these guidelines were introduced, the obesity and diabetes rates in in this country sky rocketed. This country is sicker than it’s ever been. Use the email hereto email Sonny Perdue, Secretary of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, to encourage USDA to consider appointing experts in evidence-based policy.

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Homemade Chicken Broth

Homemade Chicken Broth

We’ve given you a recipe for homemade bone broth, and now it’s time for chicken. Bone broth has a very unique taste that not every one can get down with - TBH I prefer to drink chicken broth over bone, it gets alone better with my taste buds. Plus, there’s no need to buy the super processed chicken stock off the shelves for soups, recipes, etc. if you make it on your own. We can all eat less processed foods!

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