There may come a day when ketogenic diet therapies are utilized more widely, as first-line options alongside drugs and surgery, in the management of children and adults with epilepsy.Read More
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Valentine’s Day is all about love. And feasting. If you need a sexy little treat this Valentine’s Day, this recipe from Chef Ryan Turner is incredible. Make it for one, make it for three, but either way this recipe will bring you to your knees.Read More
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.Read More
We know that fasting does not get the credit it deserves in medical school, in the doctor’s office, or in the news media. But this recent study is progress, and concludes that fasting increases metabolic activity more than previously realized and may even impart anti-aging benefits.Read More
We ❤️ zoodes, yes we do! We ❤️ zoodes, how ‘bout YOU? We love them for many reasons, they’re keto, they aren’t going to spike our blood sugar, they have a bit of crunch, and when covered in a cheesy pasta sauce they make us say mmmmmm. This spicy recipe also pairs beautifully with a nice red Zinfandel.Read More
Megan Ramos of IDMProgram.com coaches Eve Mayer of FastingLane.com on Day 3 of her 10 day fast.
This video originally appeared on the "The Obesity Code Network: Fasting Support with Megan Ramos & Dr. Jason Fung" Facebook Group.Read More
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.Read More
Eve and Bridgette chat with British chef Ryan Turner about how he came to focus on keto recipes and why cooking keto doesn’t have to be boring or repetitive. Chef Turner’s cookbook Boundless features recipes for any course or occasion and features some of our absolute favorite keto dishes.Read More
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.Read More
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!Read More
Like science? Have questions about atherosclerosis, LDL, or LDL-P? This 30 minute scientific talk from Ivor Cummins from Low Carb Houston 2018 about avoiding chronic disease (hint - it’s about insulin) is for you.Read More
It’s rare these days that I eat 3 meals a day - I opt to skip breakfast and fast for 16 hours, allowing an 8 hour eating window. But hey ya know, some days I just really want some bacon to start the day. Can I get an AMEN? ((Amens to myself)) But, lucky you today I decided to eat three meals - you’re welcome.Read More
On December 31st, 2018, just before 8pm central time I shoved the last morsel of food into my mouth. Something needed to be done because I was swoll up like a Christmas pig from all the holiday celebrating with sugar and all the carbs imaginable. I enjoyed the holidays in Louisiana with my family. I enjoyed them so much that I had gained 8 pounds.Read More