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“I Found Myself Again!”

Before and after Mary wrote to us to tell that she has lost 70 lbs (32 kg) and reversed her type 2 diabetes – fantastic! But how did she do it? She shares her secrets in the email below: The email I found the ‘little me’ in the big me …

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Doctor in the House Season Two with Dr. Chatterjee on BBC One

Here’s the trailer to Doctor in the House – the popular show where Dr. Chatterjee comes to live with struggling patients, helping them turn their health around using lifestyle changes (including low carb). The first episode aired yesterday on BBC One. If you’re in the UK you can watch it …

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Could Chronic Stress Damage the Metabolism Over Time?

Could stress over time damage your metabolism, resulting in weight gain or even type 2 diabetes? Can dairy protein be a problem? And could fasting reduce the chances of getting pregnant? It’s time for this week’s Q&A about intermittent fasting and low carb with Dr. Jason Fung: Does dairy protein …

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Why Type 2 Diabetes Is a Reversible Dietary Disease

Diabetes associations repeatedly tell the story that type 2 diabetes is a chronic and progressive disease. It is inevitable, like getting older. As much as we would like to stop the process, it is impossible. There is no hope to change its course. It cannot be prevented and cannot be …

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Ranch Vinaigrette

Instructions are for 10 servings. Please modify as needed. Tip! If you are sensitive to sour flavors, just add a little less vinegar. For a creamier salad dressing, add some mayonnaise or sour cream, use about ¼–½ cup. Maybe you’re also interested in these recipes Italian Vinaigrette57Flavored Olive Oil64 READ …

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“My Life Has Literally Changed”

Before and after After visiting his doctor for a persistant headache, Shane was told that his blood pressure was sky high. Furthermore, his weight had reached an all-time high. He immediately decided to try different weight-loss methods. But nothing worked and his weight just kept yoyo-ing up and down. Until …

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Dr. Harcombe on the Tsimane Study and Why Carbs Are Not the Answer to Improved Heart Health

Should you eat like the Tsimane? Is a high-carb diet and intense exercise the secret behind the “healthiest hearts in the world”? This is what the media reported after a study of the Tsimane people in the Bolivian Amazon: The Guardian: Tsimané of the Bolivian Amazon have world’s healthiest hearts, …

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Leaked Emails: Coke-Funded Research Deflects Blame for Obesity Away from Sugar

Can you trust a study which claims that the main culprits in obesity are lack of exercise and sleep, and excessive screen time? Maybe not if it is funded by Coke, in an attempt to deflect the blame away from sugar. Here’s yet another example, where leaked emails show what’s …

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Children Eating Excessive Amounts of Sugar Develop Diseases Associated with Alcoholism

Children are now developing fatty liver (which used to mainly affect alcoholics) and type 2 diabetes, as a result of excessive sugar consumption. This is a terrible trend that Dr. Robert Lustig predicts might bring about the downfall of the social security and healthcare systems, unless some drastic measures are …

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Frozen vs. Fresh Vegetables – Which Are Healthier?

A new study finds that frozen vegetables have the same nutritional value as their fresh equivalents, indicating that they might have an undeservedly negative reputation: Frozen veggies also come in handy when you’re in a rush but want to enjoy a nutritious low-carb meal. Just pour them in a pot …

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