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How to Eat Like a Queen

Queen Elizabeth II of England turns 90 in a couple of days, and still seems to be going strong. So what’s her secret? Perhaps it’s high-quality food.

It seems like the Queen of England is a low carber:

The Queen’s daily diet is mainly carbohydrate-free, consisting of grilled meat – usually chicken – or fish (she loves sole), served with two vegetables or a bowl of salad. Fruit follows. She is not keen on wine, but finishes the day with a Dubonnet and gin cocktail.

The Telegraph: The Queen’s Favourite Food: Chocolate, sole, and Dubonnet – but No Carbs

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Healthy Food for Your Family


4.7 out of 5 stars5 star86%4 star0%3 star9%2 star4%1 star0%22 ratings1,113 viewsIf you’re a parent and you want to help your family to eat more healthy foods… what should you do? It’s not always easy. Jenni Calihan has plenty of experience trying, and she blogs about it at EatTheButter.org.

You can watch a few minutes of our recent interview above.

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“Eat Real Food and Banish the Beige”

Do you want to lose weight? Forget about calories. Instead just eat real food and “banish the beige”, according to this short video. It’s pretty good advice.

Sky News: Morning Story: The Importance Of Real Food

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Stone Age Body, Space Age Diet


4.4 out of 5 stars5 star63%4 star23%3 star6%2 star0%1 star6%30 ratings2,700 viewsIt’s almost time for this year’s low-carb cruise – it will depart from Florida on May 1. Here is a presentation from last year’s cruise.

Psychiatrist Dr. Ann Childers talks about how our modern diet does not fit our ancient bodies. And what we should really be eating.

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Three of Seven Tips to Make Low Carb Simple


4.7 out of 5 stars5 star90%4 star1%3 star1%2 star2%1 star4%73 ratings3,001 viewsThe star of the BBC series Doctor in the House, Dr. Rangan Chatterjee, is fantastic at explaining complex things in an easy-to-understand way.

A couple of weeks ago in Vail I got the chance to sit down with Dr. Chatterjee and do an interview. Above is a short segment from it.

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Thinking Differently: Low-Carb Hacks

Are there simple ways to lower your consumption of bad carbs? Sure – just keep reading.

This is another guest post from Libby Jenkinson, a registered pharmacist, mother of 3 children, and the founder of ditchthecarbs.com, the leading low-carb website in New Zealand and Australia.

Simple Low-Carb Hacks

When you want to start lowering your carbs, your sugar and eat less processed food, you have to think differently. The pantry basics that we used to rely on such as bread, pasta and rice, are out the window so it can be daunting how to even contemplate starting.

What you need is a guide to simple low carb hacks. Print this out and keep it on your fridge. Continue Reading →

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Healthy Low-Carb Foods for Your Family

Healthy Food for Your Family – Jenni Callihan4.7 out of 5 stars5 star86%4 star0%3 star9%2 star4%1 star0%22 ratings2212:50

If you’re a mom, or a dad, and you want to help your family to eat more healthy foods… what should you do? It’s not always easy. Jenni Calihan has plenty of experience trying, and she blogs about it at eatthebutter.org.

We’ve now posted our recent video interview on our member site:

Healthy Food for Your Family

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Low-Carb Fruits and Berries – the Best and the Worst

Low-Carb Fruits

What are the best and the worst fruits and berries to eat on a low-carb diet? Here’s our brand new guide, feel free to share:

Low-Carb Fruits and Berries – the Best and the Worst

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Seven Tips to Make Low Carb Simple

Seven Tips to Make Low Carb Simple – Dr. Rangan Chatterjee4.7 out of 5 stars5 star90%4 star1%3 star1%2 star2%1 star4%73 ratings7309:41


The star of the BBC series Doctor in the House, Dr. Rangan Chatterjee, is fantastic at explaining complex things in an easy-to-understand way.

A couple of weeks ago in Vail I got the chance to sit down with Dr. Chatterjee and do an interview. In it he shares his seven best tips to make low carb simple.

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You can watch the whole interview on our member site:

Seven Tips to Make Low Carb Simple

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What Fruits and Vegetables Looked like Before

Peach


Fruit is candy from nature. Here’s why.

Before we humans domesticated fruit they were nowhere near as big or sweet. Check out these shocking examples of how familiar fruits used to look, just a few hundreds or thousands of years ago. Like the peach above that is 64 times bigger and sweeter too, more examples below.

Remember that when someone says that “humans have always eaten fruit”. That’s true, but it was not fruit like the ones we pick up at the grocery store today. That is superfruit, containing way more sugar than ever before… it’s candy from nature.

Personally I do eat a piece of fruit once in a while, as it tastes good and I’m happy with my weight and health and seem to be able to tolerate it. But if I wanted to lose weight without hunger I’d definitely cut back on it.

Here are more examples of how fruits and vegetables used to look like: Continue Reading →

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