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The Big Fat Fix Is Finished

Can diet and lifestyle be powerful in preventing disease? What misconceptions have caused the obesity and diabetes epidemics? How are we wrong about treating and preventing Western diseases?

On the 22th of July the low-carb movie The Big Fat Fix (featuring the great Dr. Aseem Malhotra and Donal O’Neill) will attempt to answer these questions. The movie was funded by a successful Kickstarter campaign and will also show you how to become more “heart healthy” in just 21 days.

Watch the trailer above. To watch the entire movie before everyone else, go to the movie website and enter your email. This will also give you free access to the great low-carb movie Run on Fat:

The Big Fat Fix

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4 Things That Healthy Diets Have in Common


4.1 out of 5 stars5 star57%4 star10%3 star21%2 star7%1 star3%28 ratings1,425 viewsWhat four things do all healthy diets have in common?

Dr. Cate Shanahan is a very low-carb positive family doctor, the author of “Deep Nutrition” and she consults with the LA Lakers about their nutrition strategy. Recently I sat down with her for an interview about the four things that all healthy diets have in common.

You can watch a segment of our interview above (transcript). The full 13-minute interview is available on our member site:

4 Things That Healthy Diets Have in Common – Full interview

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Low-Carb Hacks by Actress Alyssa Milano

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Want to know a few celebrity low-carb secrets? Then check out this article about the actress Alyssa Milano’s low-carb hacks that she used (and still uses) to drop 20 pounds of post-baby weight.

Delish.com: What Alyssa Milano Eats – Alyssa Milano Low-Carb Hacks

So what are her secrets? Lettuce or cabbage tortilla substitutes for taco night, cauliflower crust pizza and cheese plates among others.

Note that Milano is now a spokesperson for the Atkins diet.

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The Top 10 Ways to Eat More Fat

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Flavorful, full-fat ingredients topped with creamy, satisfying sauces… Low-carb eating can be decadent! Fat is an amazing flavor enhancer – it makes everything taste better. And if you eat enough fat, it’s filling, too. Get ready for a new, luscious take on deliciousness!

Remember that a low-carb diet needs to be higher in fat, to make it satisfying. Don’t fear fat. Don’t stay hungry. Add enough fat to feel satisfied after eating.

This can sometimes be a challenge for people who are not used to eating natural fat. Our new guide gives you the top 10 tips on how to eat more fat – plus it tells you HOW much to eat!

The Top 10 Ways to Eat More Fat

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The Diet That Made Me “Not-So-Big” Phil

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The radio executive Phil Riley helped shape the British music industry. But he could not control his weight…. until he found how to do it.

Guess how?

Daily Mail: The Diet That Made Me a Not-So-Big Phil: Radio Executive Who Launched Heart and Magic Battles Back Against Obesity

So what worked for Phil? A low-carb diet combined with intermittent fasting (an excellent choice).

Do you want to try it yourself? Buy Phil Riley’s new book or use the free resources below.

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Great New Interview with Professor Noakes

Here’s a great new interview with Professor Noakes. What is all the controversy about low-carb, high-fat diet advice really about? Professor Noakes explains it eloquently.

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4 Things That Healthy Diets Have in Common

4 Things That Healthy Diets Have in Common – Interview with Dr. Cate Shanahan4.1 out of 5 stars5 star57%4 star10%3 star21%2 star7%1 star3%28 ratings2813:18


What four things do all healthy diets have in common?

Dr. Cate Shanahan is a very low-carb positive family doctor, the author of “Deep Nutrition” and she consults with the LA Lakers about their nutrition strategy. Recently I sat down with her for an interview about this topic, and it’s now available on our member site:

4 Things That Healthy Diets Have in Common – Interview with Dr. Cate Shanahan

Get instant access to this and more than 120 other interviews, video courses, presentations and movies as well as Q&A with low-carb experts with a free trial.

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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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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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83 kg off in 28 Weeks. World LCHF Record?

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Pretty impressive…

Another way to say it is 183 pounds lost in 7 months.

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