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The First Low-Carb Scientific Revolution [Free for a Limited Time Only]

Jay Wortman presentation

There’s a low-carb revolution going on today. More and more people now realise that low-carb diets simply work, and that they are safe.

However there was an earlier low-carb scientific revolution. The first one. It occurred a bit more than a decade ago but then it went away. People got scared again. Low carb was branded a dangerous fad diet – even though there has never been any evidence for that.

Why did this happen? Who made it happen? And how can we prevent that it happens again?

Here’s Dr. Jay Wortman’s presentation from the recent Low Carb Cruise:

The First Low-Carb Scientific Revolution [Free for a Limited Time Only]

PS

This presentation is posted on the membership site and it’s normally only available for our members. Today, however, we’re trying something new. Starting today and until August 29 (in four days) the presentation is freely available to anyone.

Feel free to share the link with friends who could enjoy it. After August 29 – on Saturday – it will only be available to members again.

The First Low-Carb Scientific Revolution

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The 6 Most Common Problems on Low Carb & How to Cure Them

Side Effects on Low Carb

Do you struggle when starting low carb? Do you get a headache, leg cramps, constipation or any of the other most common side effects?

We’ve just finished a page presenting the best solutions to these problems:

Low Carb Side Effects & How to Cure Them

Do you have any suggested improvements or some other problem you want to see addressed? Just leave a comment.

Follow the link above or use one of these shortcuts to get to a specific problem:

 

 

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New Vastly Updated Low-Carb Guide

Low Carb Made Easy

Diet Doctor aims to be your guide to effortless weight loss, vibrant health and mindblowing diabetes reversal on a low-carb diet.

The most popular page we have is the LCHF for Beginners guide (LCHF = low carb, high fat). Now we’re making our low-carb guide even better.

These last few weeks we’ve started to remake our guide completely, adding new important things and making it much easier to find our greatest past content. You can check out the progress here:

Low Carb Made Easy

What Do You Think?

Any comments and suggestions for improvements/changes/additions from you would be most helpful. We aim to make this by far the most useful, simple and inspiring low-carb guide on the planet. With some quick feedback from you the guide can become even more helpful to others.

Just leave a comment below any page or email me at andreas@dietdoctor.com. Thanks!

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Final Team DietDoctor Caribbean Reflections

overview FLL

Last month we we spent a week on the fantastic low-carb cruise in the Caribbean.
We invited our moderators to write guest posts here at the blog. Here’s the last report, by Marina Yudanov, with our final reflections:

Guest Post by Marina Yudanov

Team DietDoctor Caribbean Reflections

I enjoyed myself immensely on my first low-carb cruise this year. I would recommend it to anyone at least slightly familiar with LCHF, who has experienced the positive effects or done some reading on the subject. The speakers covered a diverse range of low-carb, high-fat-related topics and the talks ranged from personal accounts of LCHF life to technical talks on the biochemistry of the body and how it responds to diet. Listening to the presentations and talking to people was a great way to validate the things I’ve read, tried and internalized as truths. It was also a great eye-opener for new things LCHF-related that I hadn’t come across of my own accord before.
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The Key to Obesity

Dr. Jason Fung

Earlier this week the world’s top LCHF conference came online. For the discounted prize $49 (usually $69) you get instant access to it, and you can also check out some short previews for free:

The World’s Top LCHF Conference is Finally Online!

We managed to get a special bonus for our members: one complete presentation per month. So which one should I choose first?

Personally I was most impressed with Dr. Fung’s talks, so here’s his first one. It’s about the key to obesity and type 2 diabetes: insulin resistance. How it develops and how you can reverse it. There’s some tremendously important information in there about the centrality of meal timing. To Dr. Fung an LCHF diet is just the beginning of the solution.

The presentation – among many other things – is available for members and as usual you can try membership for free for one month.

The Key to Obesity – full presentation

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The World’s Top LCHF Conference is Finally Online!

A few months ago the world’s top LCHF experts gathered in lovely Cape Town, South Africa, for a massive four day conference. I was there presenting as well. It truly felt like a historic gathering.

Unfortunately not everyone can go to Cape Town, even for an occasion like this. Over 600 people participated, but most of the people around the world who would have wanted to be there sadly missed it.

Now it’s possible to watch all the 30 presentations online, as the online LCHF Convention launched today.

You can check out previews from the presentations for free. The entire online convention is $69 but the presenters – including me – get to invite people for only $49, so following this link you get that significant discount:

The Low Carb High Fat Convention Online

As an added bonus you also get access to transcripts of all the presentations and handy direct links for any studies and articles discussed.

I highly recommend the online LCHF convention, it’s a convenient recording of an historic event.

Regarding the Cost

Note that we get no part of the price of the conference – even if you follow the discounted link above. We never do affiliate marketing here at Diet Doctor for credibility reasons.

The full price of the online conference goes to the organizers (they are well worth it!) and will hopefully cover the significant cost of filming, editing and transcribing four days of presentations. Any surplus will help the organizers set up new LCHF conferences. The next ones are preliminarily planned for London and Washington!

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Watch the LCHF Movie Cereal Killers for Free

What if everything you knew about nutrition was wrong? That’s the question behind the LCHF movie Cereal Killers. You can watch the trailer above.

I reviewed the movie when it was released a year ago and liked it a lot. And now it’s easier than ever to see it. Cereal Killers – among other movies – is available for instant streaming on our membership site.

You can try our membership for free one month, also getting instant access to video courses, video interviews, Q&A with experts, etc.

Watch Cereal Killers

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PS

Have you already used your free month and want to try again? That’s fine. Just go to your account page and answer three quick questions and you’ll get another free month.

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Interviews with Experts and Kids(!) from the Low-Carb Cruise

What did the participating experts – and their kids – think about the recent Low-Carb Cruise in the Caribbean? Watch the short video above to find out!

The Full Interviews

If you want to not just watch the highlights but get to watch the full eight interviews, it’s available at the membership site (free trial one month).

10 interviews from Paleo f(x)Eight short interviews from the Low-Carb Cruise

In addition to these we did eleven (!) longer and higher-quality sit-down interviews at the cruise, and lots of presentations. These are coming up as soon as they are edited.

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If you find the low-carb kids adorable and want more I recommend the “Fat Head Kids Club” videos on YouTube.

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