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What Do You Want Us to Do Next?

What should Diet Doctor do for you next? We recently asked our members this question and got 1,500 replies. Here are the results:

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As you can see, most members want more recipes, meal plans and shopping lists. We’re investing heavily in this area and our aim is to provide you with the best low-carb recipes in the world for FREE here at DietDoctor.com.

Our members also want more videos, faster, and we’re making significant investments in this area too. We recently shot lots of great videos at the Low-Carb Conference in Vail, did some exciting interviews with experts like Robert Lustig during the Obesity Medicine Conference in San Fransisco, and we’re going to shoot tons of great stuff during the Low-Carb Cruise starting this week.

In addition, we’ve just started publishing the world-class “How to Reverse Diabetes Type-2”-series with Dr. Jason Fung, and we’ve partnered up with another video editor, Yana, to speed up our video production. Exciting times!

When it comes to connecting you with low-carb doctors, coaches and other low carbers there’s lots of work to be done. We have some good ideas we’re considering but it will take time before we can launch something you’ll love.

Finally, let us know what you want us to do for you! We’re here to make low carb easy so whatever you suggest we’ll consider.

Are you curious about the membership? Start your free 30-day membership trial for instant access to video courses, movies, interviews, presentations, Q&A with experts, etc.

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And the Second Winner Is…

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And the second winner of our contest is Sari Biström from Sweden! She wins the second prize package – she was picked as a random member out of 15,000.

Here is her story about what brought her to Diet Doctor: Continue Reading →

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And the Winner Is…

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Our member number 15,000 is Greet Mast from the Netherlands! She wins the first prize package.

Here is her story of what brought her to Diet Doctor: Continue Reading →

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We’ve Passed 15,000 Members!

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Members June 2014 – April 2016

We’ve passed 15,000 members. A huge thank you to every one of you. This means we have incredible support to keep growing our organization (seven, soon eight employees and around 10 freelancers). We’ll be able to keep doing more and more to empower people everywhere to revolutionize their health.

The winner of our contest – member number 15,000 – now has an e-mail waiting for her (yes, her).

No e-mail in your inbox? That’s ok, there is still a chance to win our biggest prize package ever, as we’re giving out two of them.

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The prize package

The second winner will be randomly selected from all members on Thursday April 14. Sign up for a free trial month here if you want to participate. This also gives you immediate access to all our video courses, expert interviews, interviews, movies, the ability to have your question answered by experts etc.

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83,000

Well, the all-time visitor record from Wednesday did not last long. On Thursday we had 83,000 visits – yet another new record.

This site is growing like crazy. Probably mostly because of all the people telling their friends, family and patients. We’ll keep working as hard and smart as we can to be worthy of this trust. And most of all: to empower people everywhere to revolutionize their health.

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Records, Records, Records

The revolution is getting closer, and DietDoctor.com is growing like crazy in each of these three areas:

  • We’re just now passing 100,000 newsletter subscribers (a year ago there were 25K). Sign up for free videos and updates.
  • All visitor records were (once again) obliterated in the last few weeks. New daily record 69K visitors, weekly 392K, monthly 1.53 million. That’s about three times more than a year ago.
  • As you’re probably aware we show no ads, sell no products and take no industry money. Instead we’re fully funded by the people, via our optional membership. Our members support us so that we can grow and hire more great people, so that we can do even more to make low carb simple for everyone. The number of active members is about to pass another great milestone very soon. We’ll soon have a separate post about this with a new competition.

As you may know our purpose is to empower people everywhere to revolutionize their health. With the support of so many people it feels more possible than ever. We’ll keep doing all we can to speed up the revolution.

About Diet Doctor

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The Story of Diet Doctor

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Something is very wrong – all around the world people are getting obese and hundreds of millions of people are getting type 2 diabetes.

It didn’t use to be like this. It doesn’t have to be like this. We can turn it around. Millions of people already know what has to be done, so all we need to do is to make it simple. This is the purpose of Diet Doctor – to empower people everywhere to revolutionize their health.

Are you curious about how Diet Doctor got started and what our more specific plans are? Here’s our story:

The Story of Diet Doctor

 

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Introduction: Our New Assistant!

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At the end of last year we were looking for an assisting Diet Doctor and received about a hundred applications. The person who landed the position was Jessica Karlsson and she has now worked with us for several months – it is high time for an introduction!

Tell us a little about yourself!

I am a creative and social person who loves to create and learn new things, loves language and to expand my horizons. I am a trained cartoonist, illustrator and web developer and in my leisure time I enjoy doing many things: traditional and digital drawing, sculpting, photography, doll making and various forms of exercise. Continue Reading →

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My Health Markers After 10 Years on a Low-Carb, High-Fat Diet

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I should have been dead a long time ago, according to some people. But I feel as healthy as ever.

In 2006 I started eating an LCHF diet – low carb and high fat. I’ve now been on it for ten years, so it was time for the big checkup.

What has happened to me during these years? Here are the results from my repeated blood work: Continue Reading →

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