The other night we had chipotle-spiced rib-eye steak with avocado mayonnaise. Very tasty. Continue Reading →
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The difference in food says it all.
In recent years I have attended dozens of conferences on how to treat obesity and other lifestyle-related health problems. But the food at the LCHF conference in Cape Town last week excels.
Here are pictures – and horrible examples from other conferences:
Have three decades of dietary (low-fat) advice from the US government been a mistake? It seems the answer is a definite yes. How did that happen? Here’s a recent op-ed in The New York Times, no less, by Nina Teicholz:
Teicholz is the author of The Big Fat Surprise, a book I highly recommend. Here’s my full review.
It’s time for the last day of our vegetarian LCHF week and we had a vegetarian LCHF pizza. Popular among both big (adult) and small children in the family.
Would you want to see another theme-week in the future? Feel free to leave a comment below.
Here’s a recipe and nutritional value, 62 energy-percent fat and 9 energy-percent carbohydrates…and all of this week’s previous vegetarian LCHF meals: Continue Reading →
Yet another example of how the sugar industry is trying to hinder efficient dietary guidelines and legislation. According to a report the person who is probably the UK’s foremost advisor on obesity issues has received funding from the sugar industry:
Why does the UK do so little to reduce the consumption of added sugar, an expert in the article wonders. Yes, why?
Our vegetarian LCHF week is approaching its finale. This Saturday we had halloumi-cheese burgers with rutabaga fries and cheese bread.
It was so good you wouldn’t believe it was vegetarian.
Here’s a recipe and nutritional value, 75 energy percent fat and 5 energy percent carbohydrates… and the week’s previous vegetarian LCHF meals: Continue Reading →
Don’t these look more special than jelly hearts? Moreover, they’re a lot healthier.
This is how you can make them: Continue Reading →
Our vegetarian LCHF week has come to Friday’s dinner: Vegetable spaghetti with mushroom and blue-cheese sauce.
Clearly a colorful and tasty alternative to pasta!
Here’s a recipe and nutritional value, 83 energy-percent fat and 7 energy-percent carbohydrates…and our previous vegetarian LCHF meals: Continue Reading →
Thursday’s dinner on our vegetarian LCHF: Spinach soup with egg halves (lacto-ovo-vegetarian).
Here’s a recipe and nutritional value, 87 energy percent fat and 4 energy percent carbohydrates. Continue Reading →
We’re continuing our vegetarian LCHF week and have come to Wednesday’s dinner: Zucchini patties with rich tzatziki.
Everything with tzatziki is good and so was this. Here’s a recipe and the nutritional value comes to 79 and 8 energy percent carbohydrates: