About Diet Doctor

AndreasEenfeldtMy name is Andreas Eenfeldt and I am a Swedish medical doctor specialized in family medicine. I want to find out how to get as healthy as possible using natural methods such as diet, exercise and perhaps a supplement (vitamin D) or two.

The idea to eat less fat and less saturated fat was certainly a mistake. Inadvertently that advice may be the biggest reason behind the epidemics of obesity and diabetes. More and more people realize this. It’s time for a health revolution.

This blog is a place to learn about this for free. Do you want real food, better health and weight loss without hunger?

LCHF for beginners


Read an interview with me from the Swedish LCHF-magazine, translated into English: page 1 / 2 / 3 / 4.



Swedish blog

www.Kostdoktorn.se (Read it translated by Google)

The Food Revolution

This talk by me summarizes the ongoing revolution. How we realize old mistakes and the most effective way to improve our health and weight.


Do you want to help change the world? There are many things you can do. Here are a few suggestions:

  • Be a positive example and inspire the people around you (answering their questions is more effective than trying to persuade someone who isn’t ready).
  • Learn more. These blogs are a good place to start, and there are some excellent books (1, 2, 3) on the subject.
  • Teach others: Comment on blogs and discussion forums and in papers, start a blog yourself, prepare a lecture, talk to your doctor.
  • Feel free to spread the link to dietdoctor.com and the talk on YouTube above. You may also use anything you find on this page in whatever way you like.
  • Do you have any other ideas? Please tell me in the comments below.
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  1. Joseph
    What about "deep-frying" as a food preparation technique?
    Often there are wheat batters in recipe's; but that is not what I want to do.
    There are numerous warnings in the health-care knowledge communications in Canada, at least, that deep frying is a bad technique. Grape seed oil is very good for high temperature frying. But I would like to know if the very technique of deep frying is going to change the bio-chemical structure to a compound that is toxic. Say, deep fried frogs legs in an egg and almond meal batter. Will the resulting crispy surface on the food actually be carcinogous, or was that medical conclusion arrived at to increase paranoia about eating fat, and foods prepared in fat?
  2. Zepp
    Well.. I can tell you that all cocking do alter the chemical structure in food, thats the meaning with cocking!

    And there gonna be som toxic and canceriogenic compounds in that termic and chemical proces.

    And on top of that, indgestion and metabolite food does do the same.. its always gonna be toxic and cancerogenic metabolits in normal human metabolic processes.

    So what to do.. no cocking and eating foods is not an alternative?

    Its more likely that our bodys is capabel to take care of and excret those substanses our body is use of since the evolution.

    Deep frying is not bader then others, its more of to know how to do, and not overdo.. but thats goes for all other preparation metods to.

  3. wow
    Zepp, wow cocking is different than cooking.
  4. judie
    Still waiting since June for a response...
  5. Zepp
    Sorry for that!
  6. JAUS
    Zepp has dyslexia. He spells wrong in Swedish too, all the time.
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  8. FrankG
    I know you take great care in your English blog Andreas, and your English is far more impressive than my Swedish is ever likely to be be!

    I thought that you (and perhaps other English-speaking Scandiwegians here) might care to try the many challenges presented in this poem by G. Nolst Trenité...


    Dearest creature in creation,
    Study English pronunciation.
    I will teach you in my verse
    Sounds like corpse, corps, horse, and worse.
    I will keep you, Suzy, busy,
    Make your head with heat grow dizzy.
    Tear in eye, your dress will tear.
    So shall I! Oh hear my prayer.
    Just compare heart, beard, and heard,
    Dies and diet, lord and word,
    Sword and sward, retain and Britain.
    (Mind the latter, how it’s written.)
    Now I surely will not plague you
    With such words as plaque and ague.
    But be careful how you speak:
    Say break and steak, but bleak and streak;
    Cloven, oven, how and low,
    Script, receipt, show, poem, and toe.
    Hear me say, devoid of trickery,
    Daughter, laughter, and Terpsichore,
    Typhoid, measles, topsails, aisles,
    Exiles, similes, and reviles;
    Scholar, vicar, and cigar,
    Solar, mica, war and far;
    One, anemone, Balmoral,
    Kitchen, lichen, laundry, laurel;
    Gertrude, German, wind and mind,
    Scene, Melpomene, mankind.
    Billet does not rhyme with ballet,
    Bouquet, wallet, mallet, chalet.
    Blood and flood are not like food,
    Nor is mould like should and would.
    Viscous, viscount, load and broad,
    Toward, to forward, to reward.
    And your pronunciation’s OK
    When you correctly say croquet,
    Rounded, wounded, grieve and sieve,
    Friend and fiend, alive and live.
    Ivy, privy, famous; clamour
    And enamour rhyme with hammer.
    River, rival, tomb, bomb, comb,
    Doll and roll and some and home.
    Stranger does not rhyme with anger,
    Neither does devour with clangour.
    Souls but foul, haunt but aunt,
    Font, front, wont, want, grand, and grant,
    Shoes, goes, does. Now first say finger,
    And then singer, ginger, linger,
    Real, zeal, mauve, gauze, gouge and gauge,
    Marriage, foliage, mirage, and age.
    Query does not rhyme with very,
    Nor does fury sound like bury.
    Dost, lost, post and doth, cloth, loth.
    Job, nob, bosom, transom, oath.
    Though the differences seem little,
    We say actual but victual.
    Refer does not rhyme with deafer.
    Foeffer does, and zephyr, heifer.
    Mint, pint, senate and sedate;
    Dull, bull, and George ate late.
    Scenic, Arabic, Pacific,
    Science, conscience, scientific.
    Liberty, library, heave and heaven,
    Rachel, ache, moustache, eleven.
    We say hallowed, but allowed,
    People, leopard, towed, but vowed.
    Mark the differences, moreover,
    Between mover, cover, clover;
    Leeches, breeches, wise, precise,
    Chalice, but police and lice;
    Camel, constable, unstable,
    Principle, disciple, label.
    Petal, panel, and canal,
    Wait, surprise, plait, promise, pal.
    Worm and storm, chaise, chaos, chair,
    Senator, spectator, mayor.
    Tour, but our and succour, four.
    Gas, alas, and Arkansas.
    Sea, idea, Korea, area,
    Psalm, Maria, but malaria.
    Youth, south, southern, cleanse and clean.
    Doctrine, turpentine, marine.
    Compare alien with Italian,
    Dandelion and battalion.
    Sally with ally, yea, ye,
    Eye, I, ay, aye, whey, and key.
    Say aver, but ever, fever,
    Neither, leisure, skein, deceiver.
    Heron, granary, canary.
    Crevice and device and aerie.
    Face, but preface, not efface.
    Phlegm, phlegmatic, ass, glass, bass.
    Large, but target, gin, give, verging,
    Ought, out, joust and scour, scourging.
    Ear, but earn and wear and tear
    Do not rhyme with here but ere.
    Seven is right, but so is even,
    Hyphen, roughen, nephew Stephen,
    Monkey, donkey, Turk and jerk,
    Ask, grasp, wasp, and cork and work.
    Pronunciation (think of Psyche!)
    Is a paling stout and spikey?
    Won’t it make you lose your wits,
    Writing groats and saying grits?
    It’s a dark abyss or tunnel:
    Strewn with stones, stowed, solace, gunwale,
    Islington and Isle of Wight,
    Housewife, verdict and indict.
    Finally, which rhymes with enough,
    Though, through, plough, or dough, or cough?
    Hiccough has the sound of cup.
    My advice is to give up!!!


  9. Patty
    Thank you so much for your presentation, it explains the benefits of the paleo diet simply and clearly with out loosing any of the complexity. I forwarded the link to my brother and sister who are both over weight and diabetic.

    In order to spread the word I am offering a free cooking class at my local grange sponsored by the Grange and farmers market. It will be called Cooking Against the Grain, an introduction to the paleo diet. Of course it will feature all the wonderful foods available through our local farms. My background is in cooking professionally so this is what I can share with my community. I will direct the participants to your site and the presentations at AHS.

  10. John Thorsell: Where in Australia are you opening your clinic?! My experience of only discussing low carb, and in particular high fat, diet/nutrition with aussies is an uphill battle!
  11. Mary

    I just did a search and JohnThorsell is associated with a Dr G’s weight loss centre somewhere in the Sydney area.

  12. This is to the doctor only, and not to be posted. Sorry! I could not find a contact email!

    Would you be interested in reviewing a new Paleo nutrition book (with some new twists) book by an award-winning author?

    If you post the review on amazon, as well as your site/ blog, it's great advertisement for your site.

    Book excerpt: http://www.helium.com/items/2228891-is-a-vegetarian-diet-healthier
    (also Look Inside at amazon link below)
    We are seeking reviewers for a new health book by an award-winning author.
    Let us know if interested and a copy will be sent to you upon request. ---ALSO OPEN TO BOOK GIVEAWAYS, BLOG POSTS, INTERVIEWS, CONTESTS, ETC.
    Announcing the Release of a New Book that Exposes Vegetarian Myths: Beyond Broccoli, Creating a Biologically Balanced Diet When a Vegetarian Diet Doesn't Work
    Before and after writing the award winning book The Live Food Factor, I was a raw vegan for six years, and I mean 99% vegan, and 90 to 100% raw. My only cheat from veganism was an occasional raw egg yolk, a bit of raw goat cheese, or some raw ice cream once every month or two. But I was getting deficiencies. I began to exhibit health issues such as deficiencies in B12, memory problems, muscle tissue loss, bloatedness, irritability, cravings, weight gain, and more.
    I consulted with Dr. Stanley Bass, who led me to conclude that it was a lack of vital nutrients found only in animal products that were causing the problems. He prompted me to read dozens of books, going down the rabbit hole of nutritional knowledge and leading me to the shocking conclusion that we evolved eating animal products—and a few of us have adapted to a vegetarian or vegan diet (not the other way around, as many in the “veg”movement suppose). This led to my next book, Beyond Broccoli, Creating a Biologically Balanced Diet When a Vegetarian Diet Doesn't Work. Dr. Stanley Bass, ND, DC, PhC, PhD, DO, DSc, DD, who has over 50 years of clinical experience with raw vegan and nonvegan diet counseling, wrote a foreword to my book.
    As far as I am concerned, “raw is law.” There is no healthier way to eat than a mostly raw food diet. But I often lightly steam my meat as I don’t like the raw taste of most meats. Light cooking avoids the toxic byproducts. I eat raw egg yolks, but boil the whites a couple of minutes. So I now eat about 80% raw—finding it especially difficult to be 95% raw now that I live in Ecuador, where I can’t get the raw goodies and even raw nuts that I consumed in California. But 80% is that critical cutoff point for avoiding disease. Most important—I do not eat a lot of meat. Three to four ounces a day is enough. And oily small fish are the most critical.
    My new book discusses the urgency in avoiding factory farmed animals for health and moral reasons. It also discusses vegetarian myths, how weight loss is easier with a nonvegan diet, why the human brain has shrunk 11% in the past 11,000 years, man’s dietary history, how the vegan diet may affect the brain and emotions unless carefully planned, critical nutrients found only in animal products, how it is possible for some to adapt to a “veg” diet, dangers of soy, how to eat raw meat safely, flaws in the China Study, different metabolic types, and much more. You can find the book on Amazon or request it at stores.
    Susan Schenck, LAc, is a raw food coach, lecturer, and author of the 2-time award winning book, The Live Food Factor, The Comprehensive Guide to the Ultimate Diet for Body, Mind, Spirit & Planet, which has gained a reputation as the encyclopedia of the raw food diet—as well as Beyond Broccoli, Creating a Biologically Balanced Diet When a Vegetarian Diet Doesn’t Work.
    The book Beyond Broccoli can be viewed on Amazon.com below.

  13. I would like to use/link your video, The Food Revolution, on my blog.
    Is there someway I can get a copy of the initial image?
    caveman to fatman... ?

    I'd like to correlate it with a timeline to illustrate the amount of time spent between the pre industrial and the food changes that have occurred in the last 50 years.

    thanks for all the work & presentations you have done!!!

  14. I love the "How Carbs Make You Fat" poster! It is simple and easy for anyone to understand. Is there a place where I can get that poster in a printed format for my clinic?

    Thank you for providing the information on your site.

  15. Andreas,

    Big fan of your work, research and activism. Do you need a research assistant? I have a graduate degree in library and information science and undergraduate degrees in history and education. Let me know if I can be of assistance.

    - Chris Krause

  16. O how difficult it is to impart new knowledge to others unless they are Sick! Raw food is the new way..but palatable we must make it, both in print and fact. Thanks and keep up the good work :)
  17. Thanks for sharing this article. Basically a good article that highlights some very essential points. However, emphasis on less carbs and genetic factors and evolution is very misleading. Most satisfying meal is that which is mostly made of carbs like rice, wheat etc. In fact from experience one can challenge that a plate or two of some preparation of rice or wheat is totally satiating to the palate even without any vegetables. Lack of time for evolution of genetic factors is not the reason for proper ingestion of carbs. Lifestyle is the reason. Look at the people who do hard manual labour but consume mostly rice or wheat and a little of vegetables. They have no obesity or cholesterol. Ofcourse the essence of the article is accurate. The problems are for people with sedentary lifestyle. Such people have to forcibly cut down on rice etc (carbs) and replace with veg and fruits. But most people with sedentary lifestyle cannot afford the cost of vegetables and fruits for full replacement. So the Governments have to find ways to increase the cultivation of vegetables and fruits so that the cost decreases because the cost of progress is the increase in the number of people with sedentary lifestyle. Whether they contribute to economy or not is another matter. 200 gms of rice is enough for one person and costs rs.6 but the same quantity of apple costs rs.40.
  18. Andy
    I have been on low carb high fat since 1991. When doctors would push back I just ignored what they said because what I was doing felt good. Since then I have found many doctors who agree with me and may be available on line. They have discovered many things and it helps to read what they say. Start with Dr Bernstein's Diebetic Solution, Dr Attia and Mr Gary Taubes who are starting an organization in LA, Dr Eades Protein Power.

    I have not sought weight reduction but overall health. Have you heard that when you stuff yourself the small intestines can be stretched releasing glucose from protein? Thats a bigee. So I practice portion control as well as high fat and low carb. I consume most of my carbs in thhe morning meal; mostly leafy vegies like spinach. Later in the day I go to all meat, though never more than can be held in my cupped hands or a rice bowl. Sometimes I have 6 meals a day and other times only two or three.

  19. Hi there I love youre work! I've started LCHF and I love it! Tts been an enormous mental shift though and I'm still processing it but I feel great.

    About 6 months ago I had blood tests done that showed I was now allergic to: wheat, soya, peanuts, oranges and tomatoes. I've never had these allergies before and seem to have aquired/provoked them.

    Since this dicovery I've battled to eat 'healthy' (fruits, veggies, low GI carbs and low fat ). Since I started researching LCHF and then tried it out I've felt strong, healthy and happier than ever.

  20. Violeta A.
    Hi there,

    I'm very happy to have found your website and am following it quite closely - great stuff :-))) The switch to LCHF is relatively new for me, have been trying it on and off for a few months now. I am able to keep the carbs in control most of the time but every now and then I feel like I need something sweet. But even then I definitely don't go overboard as I used to. I suppose my body is still adjusting to the new regimen.

    One thing I've noticed, however, which is causing me some uncomfort every now and again, is that I often feel constipated when I am very strict with the LC. I usually have 1-2 tbl. spoons of coconut oil with my coffee every morning but this does not seem to help much. Is this a commont problem for LCHF beginners and how can it be overcome?

  21. Zepp
    Violeta.. I do think humans are born with cravings for sweets.. probably some survival thing.. sweets probably newer was comon for our ancestors.. so its probably is a good thing to eat it all before some monkeys came and eat it.

    Constipation is a comon beginners problem.. there is not that much waist to exkret, and your gut have to adapt to that.. and your mind to.

    One have to take that to consideration, and not go to far befor one do someting about it.

    There is some home cures that can help.. magnesium, psylium husk, whole flax seeds and others.

  22. Violeta A.
    Thanks, Zepp, for the advice. I am usually not too worried about the constipation issue when it happens and normally am quite patient for it to resolve by itself as it always does, eventually. Next time it happens I may try one of the home cures you suggest.

    As an afterthought of my post, it occurred to me that indeed I might be additionally aggravating the problem with not being strict with the low carbs all the time. This way I am forcing my body to adapt yet again after each higher carbs incident. I will try to have 4-6 weeks of consistent low carbing in order to have a better chance of complete adaptation.

    As for the sweets, I have to say that I have never had a sweet tooth but I like my fruits and pasta. These have been the most difficult for me to eliminate from my diet. Ah, and bread, of course, how could I forget. I think for me it was the grains that created an addiction rather than the sugar.

    I can still eat one apple and not want anything else sweet but if start eating bread I cannot stop myself. That's why I don't eat any of it any more. I did notice the withdrawal symptoms, though, for about two weeks after I quit grain cold turkey.

    Anyhow, just wanted to say again how glad I am to have found you guys out there. Most of my family members, friends and colleagues seem still to believe in the high carb/low fat concept. As far as I am concerned LCHF rules :-)

  23. How does the Nordic Dief fit within the current context of LCHF becoming the new big Nordic DIet? Shouldn't it be called Old Nordic Diet instead?
  24. Karina
    Hello Diet Doctor,

    i'm living Low carb for 1,5 years now. A few months ago i found your video on YouTube and i was hooked to the idea of LCHF. It makes perfect sence to me and i use a lot more fat now than i used to. But i would really like to hear your opinion on the combination of LCHF and intermittent fasting. I live according to the fast-5 method, meaning that i have a time window of 5 hours within 24 hours. In those 5 hours i have two meals (usually breakfast and lunch) with a period of 19 hours fast. Once a week i have a 24 hour fast. I'm not doing this to lose wheigt since i don't have much of a weight problem, but I feel so much better than before. I would very much appreciate if you could share your thoughts on this subject.

    Thank you!

  25. Violeta A.
    As a beginner, I would like to ask how much maximum net carbs are recommended on a low-carb plan such as the LCHF? Can the benefits of such kind of regime be preserved even without entering in ketosis but significantly reducing the carbs, of course? Would be interested to hear your experiences. Thanks in advance for sharing.
  26. Zepp
    If you is a helty person you get all the healt benefits of eating real food skiping all junkfood and not beeing fat scared!

    LCHF is a ketogenic diet. but everyone dont need to be in ketosis, at least not the whole time, but the great ting is that you can thrive on less carbs!

    And there is not the ketosis that do all the benefits its of second importance!

    Ketosis only means that you eat less carbs then you body do needs for its emediate demands.

    Then it do make glucose and keton bodys, and shift to make fat as the predominant fuel.

    A keogenic diet is best for those how have problems like obesity, insulin resistance, metabolic syndrome and other thats related to glucose metabolism.

    But perfect healty person can eat it as well, one get more stabile energy level over the day.

  27. Violeta A.
    Thanks, Zepp. I have been doing the LCHF on and off for a few months now and more consistently the last month. I am starting to feel the benefits after an initial adjustment period of a couple/few weeks. I don't know if I am in ketosis or not - that is why I asked the question if ketosis is essential in order to feel the benefits of LC. I now understand that it is not.
  28. Zepp
    I do think Chriss Kresser do explain it a lot in this;


  29. Violeta A.
    Great link, Zepp, thanks. A while ago I came across Chriss's former blog - the healthy sceptic - and quite liked his approach, too.
  30. Alexandra M
    I'd like to see a thread where readers can post the bad nutrition advice that puts them at risk of self injury - from banging their heads on their keyboards! Things like this gem (from a Teaching Company course on nutrition):

    "Drink your cereal milk: Many of us discard the milk at the bottom of our cereal bowls. However, since many important vitamins and minerals are sprayed on cereal, you miss out on essential nutrients washed off by the milk when you do so.

    Control your calories: Contrary to popular belief, it is calorie counting and not dieting that is the lifelong solution to losing weight—and maintaining that loss.

    Watch out for "the shine": When eating out, watch out for salads, pastas, meats, and other dishes that appear to "shine." This usually means the food contains extra—and unnecessary—fats and oils."

    Or would that just be too depressing? ;-)

  31. Jamie
    I've been working out on my new treadmill for going on 3 weeks now and have gained 3 lbs. Before this I was losing 1 lb. every other day. Now I am at a stand still and have only lost 12 lbs. What am I doing wrong? Help still have 48 lbs. more to lose!
  32. Alexandra M
    Depending on the intensity of your workouts, you could very well be gaining muscle which weighs more than fat. Are your clothes looser? Because that's a more important indicator than the scale.
  33. Zepp
    Hard traning make your muscles to swollen, its take up water in that process!

    You probably doing no wrong, thats how our bodys do react on exercise.

  34. Vinnie
    Hello Doctor,

    Thank you for your website. I'm excited to begin a LCHF diet. I have tried many different kinds of diets to minimal success and I'm hopeful that this one will help.

    My question is, do I need to reduce the amount of calories that I take in? I am a really large person and I know that you said to "eat everything that you can" but that's a lot of food for me. Would it be wise to reduce the amount a little bit as well as reduce my carbs?

  35. Zepp
    The main thought coming with LCHF is to swith food so as your body it self can adjuste your apetite.

    Try to get trough the induction period first, and try to listen to your bodys real demands of energy.

    Learn som new recepies, and try to mesure by eye how much you realy do need to stray unhungry till the next meal.

    The best thing in the long turn is if your body do feels hunger if it realy need it.. and there is seldom any good ide to eat when one not hungry.

  36. Alexandra M
    Vinnie - it doesn't say "eat everything that you can!"

    It says "eat all you like" of the good foods.


    As Zepp says, listen to your appetite. If you are prone to mindless eating or automatically cleaning your plate, it can be helpful to put a normal-size serving of something on a plate and tell yourself you can always come back for seconds if you're really still hungry. The key is to ask yourself that question. With LCHF most people find that the answer is "No."

    Good luck!

  37. Violeta A.
    Today is my one month LCHF anniversary :-) I think my body's still adjusting but I feel much better than the first two weeks. Appetite is more regular and controlled and even when I am hungry I don't become absolutely desperate for food. On some days I still eat a bit more carbs, though, such as a line of dark chocolate or a few starchy vegetables. But I definitely don't crave carbs. I have also noticed that I have become calmer, more clear-minded and less mood swings. I haven't lost much weight - only a couple of kilos give and take - which I guess is ok because I'm not really overweight. I didn't start this type of eating to lose weight but to gain health :-)

    One question: next weekend I'm visiting my mother and I know that there will be some sweet treats. If I allow myself a piece of cake/day, for instance, but otherwise remain with my usual LCHF, will this totally screw up my results so far? I don't think my body has totally adjusted to the burning fats for fuel yet - I know it might take up to 6 weeks for the change to happen - so don't want to sabotage myself at this early stage. As I said, I have no cravings for sugar, so won't be tempted much, I guess, but just wondering.

  38. Maggan A
    Violeta A

    The worst thing that can happend is that you get cravings for moore sweetes (one leads to another) and other carbfoods wich you will have to use all of your willpower to resist for a couple of days. Fine if you can resist it - otherwise your in trouble.

    the second worse that can happend is that you put your weightloss on a halt for a couple of days.

  39. Jamie
    Yes Zepp and Alexandria, my clothes are fitting looser and I have started measuring my waist to see if I'm losing inches instead of weight. I have not changed my diet still eating my LCHF foods and don't crave any breads or sweets, which were my downfall. Will I start losing weight again. I want to lose another 48 lbs by December (my goal)
  40. Bill
    Hi all, thought I'd share this one with you!


    It must be even worse in the UK, if their advertising code classifies diet cola as healthier than cheese....


  41. Bill
    Perhaps we need some LCHF nursery rhymes to teach our kids:

    "Little Miss Muffet sat on a tuffet
    Eating her curds and whey,
    Along came a spider,
    Who sat down beside her
    And said "have you lost weight today?".

    "Jack Sprat could eat no fat
    His wife could eat no lean
    And so betwixt the two of them
    They licked the platter clean.
    Jack ate all the lean,
    Joan ate all the fat.
    But Jack became obese
    and diabetic, fancy that!".

    Anyone got any more ?


  42. Joe
    Hello everyone!

    Can you buy the food revolution book printed in english?

  43. Zepp
    No not yet!

    But you can by other books from other leading LCHF advocates from Sweden and Norway!


  44. L.L.K
    Im following this to the T!!!
    My diet consists of meat and veggies and some fruit
    I snack on raw veggies fruit and nuts
    But im no losing weight and im constipated
    What gives???
    Am i doing something wrong?
    Should i find a new diet?
    Am i eating too much fat??
    Or protein??
    I really have no idea

    but thank you for listening

  45. Maggan A

    I dont see any fat at all on your list of food...

    If you dont loose weight you shoud stop snacking on fruit and nuts. they contains quite a lot of carbs.

    For constipation is recommended 3-4 tablespoons of organic coconutoil/day. That will for shure get your system going, so dont eat it just before bedtime if you dont want to go to the toilet in middle of the night ;-)

    Good luck :-)

  46. Violeta A.
    Indeed, try to avoid snacking as much as possible (by adding some additional fat to your mail meals - you can put some butter on your veggies, for instance). And if you do snack eat some fatty cheese, for instance, instead of fruit or/and nuts. If you are IS you may need to stop all fruit for some time in order to lose weight. After a few weeks without fruit you can start re-introducing some fruit, mainly berries and other not so sweet varieties.
    As for the constipation, as Maggan A. says, coconut oil is good, as well as magnesium supplementation. It takes some time for the organism to adapt to the new way of eating - speaking from personal experience it could be between 4-6 weeks.
  47. Miss Represented/Miss Treated
    I gave up on this diet, this website and this Doctor. Why? because the Dr. has given up on me, (he was my personal doctor)and weight watchers has a better support system and proven results after the induction and it it too expensive to stay on while living in any other country than USA.

    Boo to LCHF as a lifestyle, it is absurd.

    Shame on you Andreas for cutting all ties with me, remember the people in Sweden pay your salary....You don't pay ours, remember that.

    Without you I have lost more than 15kilos, thanks for nothing doctor.

  48. Would you be interested in The International Raw Food Restaurant Directory?


  49. Thank you, I have recently been seeking for facts about this subject matter for ages and this particular blog is the best I've discovered to date.
  50. Saw a news piece about a Swedish study linking low carb diet to high cholesterol levels.
    see link

    Any comments?

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