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Happy New Year!

2015

Happy New Year! 2015 will be an exciting year. We here at Diet Doctor have grand plans for it and I hope you’ll like them a lot!

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Best of 2014

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This past year was full of exciting health-related news.

The fear of fat is fading more and more, except for those few holdouts who insist on staying in the past. During the year more and more experts, opinion leaders, organizations and others updated their knowledge. We took giant steps towards a healthier future.

Here’s a look back at some of the highlights from Diet Doctor, the most shocking and the most inspiring news from 2014! Continue Reading →

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Happy Holidays!

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Happy Holidays from Klara and Alva and the rest of the Diet Doctor family!

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Do you want more food inspiration for the holidays? Check out the tips from this month’s holiday hosts:

Recipes for a Healthy Holiday Season

More Delicious Ideas For a Healthy Holiday Season

Monique’s Delicious Holiday Treats

Traditional Real Food for the Holiday Season

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The Food Revolution – Finally in English!

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When will it be available in English? I’ve lost track of how many people have asked me about this book.

Almost four years ago my book “The Food rEvolution” was published in Sweden and instantly became a #1 bestseller, staying on top of the charts for quite some time. It ended up selling over 80,000 copies just in Sweden (huge for a small country) and being translated into eight languages.

Finally it’s possible to get it in English as well. If you can stand the total massacre of the title and a few spelling mistakes* (including a prominent error in the first paragraph!) this is a book I’m really proud of. It’s a gem that these publishers handled without much love… or taste. But hey, at least now it’s possible to get it in English too.

This is the story about how the entire world fell for the mistaken fear of fat – and the ongoing disaster it started. It’s also the story of all the people who are waking up and regaining their health and leanness by eating real food again. A story about our Food Revolution.

You can get it on Amazon and if you’re quick you can have a copy before Christmas. Perhaps you deserve it as a gift to yourself?

The Food Revolution on Amazon.com (Europeans can get it quicker from Book Depository in the UK)

I’d love to hear what you think about the book. Feel free to leave a comment!

*/ Nobody from the Diet Doctor team has been involved in the translation.

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Holiday Cookies

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My three-year-old managed to make these creations with just minimal help from her mother. Then dad brought out the camera.

An almost sugar-free recipe: almond flour, shredded coconut, eggs, butter, saffron, almonds… and a next-to-homeopathic amount of honey (1 tablespoon in a batch of 27 cookies)… from Birgitta Höglund in the holiday post from the other day.

A good option for those who want the occasional cookie without all the bad carbs. Continue Reading →

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Picnic at Diet Doctor’s House

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A picnic on the living room floor the other day – dinner when the family’s three-year old gets to decide.

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Dinner at Diet Doctor’s

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We had famous guests here on Friday. Two of the founders of Sweden’s LCHF magazine stopped by for dinner – Margareta Lundström and Bosse Zackrisson. In addition, Monique Forslund (holding my daughter Alva in the picture) came. A couple of significant  others (Mats and Mattias) and a few children came along too.

We made a big splash with a three-course meal. Here’s the menu with pictures. Continue Reading →

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Baby Sister

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A new little “Diet Daughter” arrived yesterday. All went fine.

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This Year’s Seafood Platter

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Vacation on Gotland, Sweden, includes a traditional visit to Sysne fishing village. So even this year.

Here’s this year’s fish platter, which was enjoyed by the sea: Continue Reading →

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My Health Markers After Eight Years on LCHF

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Scary stuff – or?

In the summer of 2006, I started eating an LCHF diet and since then I have continued to do so. It has now been eight years and I decided it was time for a thorough checkup.

According to certain fat and meat phobics, I should have been dead a long time ago. Personally, I’m planning to hang in there for about 50 more years. So who’s going to be right?

Here’s the result from my recent blood work: Continue Reading →

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