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Should You Eat Slow Carbs to Feed Your Gut Bacteria?


4.5 out of 5 stars5 star78%4 star5%3 star2%2 star10%1 star2%38 ratings1,464 viewsShould you eat slow carbs to feed your gut bacteria? It’s a controversial topic, especially at a low-carb conference.

This did not stop the star of the BBC show Doctor in the House, Dr. Rangan Chatterjee. In this presentation from Low Carb Vail he discusses the differences between low carb and slow carb. And what the microbiome could do for our health.

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Low Carb, Slow Carb and the Microbiome – Full presentation

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Public Health England: Advice to Eat More Fat ‘Irresponsible’

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We must urgently change the message to the public to reverse obesity and type 2 diabetes. Eat fat to get slim, don’t fear fat, fat is your friend.

– Dr. Aseem Malhotra

Not everyone agrees with yesterday’s truth-telling from Dr. Malhotra and the Public Health Collaboration. Some people got very upset:

BBC: Public Health England: Advice to eat more fat ‘irresponsible’

The Guardian: The fats and the furious

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Sky News: “Eat More Fat – and Stop Counting Calories”

Here’s a fun report from yesterday. Sam Feltham from the Public Health Collaboration faces off against a government obesity advisor and professor on the topic of low-carb diets.

Unfortunately the professor seems completely clueless, emphasizing that low-carb studies only test Mediterranean diets and never with unlimited amounts of saturated fats. Of course she’s completely wrong. There are many such studies, here’s one of the more well-known examples.

It’s not too strange that the UK official guidelines are so bad, when the government’s own obesity adviser talk with absolute certainty about a fundamental topic, while being absolutely wrong.

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“The Best of It All Is That I’m Free of Pain”

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Suzzanne was diagnosed with fibromyalgia after a long period of painful aches all over her body. She was in so much pain that she could barely walk when she found low carb, high fat. Here’s what happened: Continue Reading →

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Massive Headlines in the UK: Eat More Fat

Most of what we’ve been told about healthy eating is wrong – and we should be eating more fat. This according to a new report from a UK health charity. Clearly they are right.

The report resulted in lots of massive headlines in the UK today:

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Learn more about the Public Health Collaboration and their report here:

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PHC UK: Eat Fat, Cut The Carbs and Avoid Snacking To Reverse Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes

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New US Nutrition Labels Now Include Added Sugars – Here’s What’s Wrong With Them

The US just had a major redesign of the nutrition labels on food packages. There is some good news – like the new line about “added sugars”. But in some ways this change is a step backwards.

Check out the new and the old versions here:

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Look at that one big massive number on the new labels – calories. These new nutrition labels show our misplaced obsession with calorie quantities, rather than food quality. A total misfire if you ask me.

The line about added sugars is good, but what about the “% Daily value” number? It’s said to represent how much a nutrient contribute to a daily diet.

That everyone should eat the same amounts of everything is ludicrous by itself. But what about added sugars? Why do they in effect recommend 50 grams of added sugars every day?

There’s ZERO need for added sugars in the diet. Any added sugar is bad.

The New York Times: F.D.A. Finishes Food Labels for How We Eat Now

The New York Times: It Isn’t Easy to Figure Out Which Foods Contain Sugar

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Low Carb Around the World

Low carb around the world

Diet Doctor has visitors from all around the world (231 countries and territories in the last month). This makes us very happy. We want to inspire people to a better health through fantastic food, no matter where they live.

On this new page you’ll find low-carb recipes influenced by different world cuisines. Feel free to leave a comment about where you come from, what food is typical where you live and what kind of recipe you’d love to have a low-carb version of.

Perhaps we’ll be able to make your favorite dish in a delicious low-carb way!

Low Carb Around the World

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He Questioned His Own Beliefs

He Questioned His Own Beliefs – Interview with Dr. Peter Brukner4.7 out of 5 stars5 star80%4 star5%3 star15%2 star0%1 star0%20 ratings2015:02


Dr. Peter Brukner is the team physician for the Australian Cricket Team. He was overweight and pre-diabetic, but a few years ago he got interested in low carb after listening to professor Tim Noakes.

The problem? He’d been a advocate of “carb loading” and a high-carb diet for ages. So what should he believe in now?

Our full interview from the recent Low Carb Vail conference is now available on our member site:

He Questioned His Own Beliefs – Interview with Dr. Peter Brukner

Member feedback:

A very inspiring story from a former advocate of “carb loading” who now passionately advocates a low carb lifestyle.

– Sean

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How to Eat Low Carb When Traveling

Are you tired of lousy food options at every airport, train station or rest stop? Hit the road with confidence. A little preparation goes a long way. We’ve made it easy with this low-carb travel guide:

How to Eat Low Carb When Traveling

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Q&A: Salt Intake, Weight-Loss Plateaus and How Much Protein Should You Eat?

How much salt is too much when on a low-carb diet? How do you handle weight loss plateaus? And how much protein should you eat?

Here are the answers:

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