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“A Better Version of Me” (New Member Video)

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Here’s the truly inspirational story of Lisa Colclasure. How she got into better physical and emotional shape in her 40s than in her 20s, using an LCHF diet (and quite a lot of weight lifting).

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Losing 143 Pounds in a Year with LCHF

Before and after

Before and after 365 days

Janne’s friend had sausages, cheese and béarnaise sauce during their movie night – he ate LCHF. This made Janne want to try it himself. At 353 lbs (160 kg) he felt that he didn’t have anything to lose, even though the dietitian had discouraged him.

Here’s what happened in a year: Continue Reading →


“I Should Have Believed My Grandmother Instead of Listening to Authorities”

Before and after

Before and after

I received an email from Megan, 24, in Melbourne, Australia. She’s got a fantastic story about what happened when she stopped eating what people said was healthy:

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Could You Get Depressed from Sugar, Grains and Margarine?


Do you get depressed from eating the wrong foods? A recent study from Harvard School of Public Health makes this claim:

As always, this is uncertain and preliminary science that doesn’t prove anything. It’s only statistical correlation from a questionnaire. The relatively small increase in risk may be due to almost anything.

A bad diet (including bread, sugar and margarine) might increase the risk of depression and other brain disorders, but we can’t prove this with a questionnaire-based study.

Earlier on depression


Can Vegetarian Diets Cause Mental Disorders?

Can vegetarian diets cause mental disorders, such as depression and anxiety? Some people believe so. And a new observational study shows that vegetarians do indeed have an elevated risk of such problems. Whether that’s really cause and effect is, as usual, impossible to know.

What do you think?