Archive | Weight Loss

“With the Help of LCHF, I Am Winning My Battles”


Before and after

Cassie Davey had tried all diets and failed. She was “every weight-loss program’s dream customer”, as she kept regaining the lost weight and coming back.

Then she decided to try LCHF, and quickly realized why she’d been failing before.

Continue Reading →


“All I Can Say Is Life Changing!”


So far this year more than 38,000 people have signed up for FREE guidance, meal plans, recipes, shopping lists, troubleshooting tips, etc., via the two-week low-carb challenge.

What could happen if you were to take it? Here’s feedback from this week:



I’m so glad I opened your web page, I’ve been searching for a diet that would suit me for 2-3 years, as I’m overweight by 3.5 stone, or 50 pounds (23 kg).

So after I had read your article I got excited to give it a try and also to stick to it, which I did. The first 3 days I felt a bit hungry between meals but resisted eating, just drank lemon water, after the 3 days I didn’t have that hunger feeling.

Halfway into the second week I felt I could go without 1 meal but I kept to the 3 meal plan, with the result that in the 2 weeks I’ve lost 12 pounds (5 kg) which I’m so happy about and that is why I intend to carry on and see if I can shift another stone.

I want to give you a big thanks.


Continue Reading →


Women and Fasting

Can women fast? Or is it – as many people still claim – somehow dangerous for them?

Not surprisingly, the use of fasting for weight loss has a long history, since it’s, kind of, like, obvious. I mean, everybody understands that if you do not eat, you are highly likely to lose weight. Duh. Which makes it even more surprising how much people fear missing even a single meal, let alone fast for a prolonged period of time.

They think that fasting (not eating) will make you fat. That’s kind of like saying that splashing water on your head will dry your hair. That’s modern dietetics for you. Kind of a Bizarro world.

There are still many doctors who argue that eating sugar isn’t bad for type 2 diabetics. Kind of makes you wonder how they got into medical school at all. Since it is quite obvious that missing meals leads to weight gain, the old bogeyman, ‘starvation mode’ is often invoked to instill fear.

Tales of people ‘ruining’ their metabolism abound. Food companies, of course have eagerly ‘educated’ medical professionals about the dangers of missing meals and the safety of eating sugar. Nobody makes money when you skip meals. Continue Reading →


Chinese Balanced Diet Guideline: 250-400 g Carbs

With a balanced diet guide from the Chinese Nutrition Society coming in at 250 – 400 gram carbs per day (source) it’s perhaps not surprising that China is now suffering a diabetes explosion.

Continue Reading →


“I Was Skeptical, but Since I Got to Eat Bacon and Eggs I Was In”

Before and after

Before and after

Xavier had suspected something was wrong, but didn’t really want to find out what was going on with his body. Then, he was diagnosed as a type 2 diabetic.

His doctor only offered medication – for the rest of his life – but Xavier wasn’t happy about that. He searched the internet for another way. What he found shocked him and changed his life.

Continue Reading →


Top 10 Fattest Countries in the World – 2016 List

Here’s the top 10 fattest countries in the world in 2016. The top of the list might surprise you:

Gazette Review: Top 10 Fattest Countries in the World – 2016 List

The number one country is Kuwait and number 2 is Saudi Arabia, and the list contains several other Muslim countries with hot climates. So why?

There’s a simple possible explanation. When it’s hot you need to drink a lot. And if you’re Muslim you’re not likely to drink alcohol. So what will it be? For many people it’s soda or other sugary drinks. The number one thing that makes people fat.

Continue Reading →


Waist Size Increasing in Teens, Even as Obesity Rates Stabilize


According to a new study, the average waist size is increasing in U.S. teens, even as obesity rates possibly stabilize.

The problem? Youth seem to be gaining fat and losing muscle.

Pediatric Obesity: Changes in Pediatric Waist Circumference Percentiles Despite Reported Pediatric Weight Stabilization in the United States

Continue Reading →


“I’m so Much Happier in Myself and Have so Much More Energy and Motivation”

Before and after pictures

Before and after

Rachel Willis always ate fairly healthy foods. Still she gained a lot of weight. She felt tired, had chronic pain issues and was simply not enjoying life.

Then she stumbled on LCHF and her life took a major turn for the better, here’s what happened: Continue Reading →


The Benefits of Intermittent Fasting

Therapeutic Fasting – Dr. Jason Fung4.7 out of 5 stars5 star81%4 star10%3 star2%2 star4%1 star2%49 ratings4934:55

It’s the most simple way ever to lose weight and improve many health problems. It costs nothing and it will only save you money. Plus, it’s really a lot easier than most people think. It’s… intermittent fasting.

In this talk Dr. Jason Fung discusses when fasting is the right method for you, how to do it and the most important things to think about. The entire talk is now available (filmed with five cameras and including captions and transcript) on our member site:

Therapeutic Fasting – Presentation by Dr. Jason Fung

Start your free membership trial to watch it instantly – as well as over 130 video courses, movies, other presentations, or interviews. Plus Q&A with experts, etc.

Continue Reading →


Q&A: I’m Not Losing Weight on LCHF – What Should I Do?


What if you’re doing an LCHF diet but after an initial loss of weight you’ve hit a weight plateau? What should you do to start losing weight again?

The answer to his and other questions – for example, is dairy bad? – in this week’s Q&A with Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt: Continue Reading →