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The Legal and Political Challenges with Low Carb


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How can we change public health policies around the world? What natural industry allies does the LCHF movement have? And what mistakes can we not afford to make?

Antonio Martinez, JD, answers all these questions in this talk from the Low Carb USA conference, and presents a very different angle on the challenges which we face.

Martinez has reversed his own type 2 diabetes using a low-carb high-fat approach.

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The Legal and Political Challenges with Low Carb – Antonio Martinez, JD

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Carb vs. Fat Metabolism – The Dr. Ted Naiman Hydraulic Model

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What happens in your body when you eat fat or carbs? Here are more awesome and simple illustrations from Dr. Ted Naiman, an “über-geeky mechanical hydraulic model of metabolism”.

Above you can see what happens when you eat a low-carb, high-fat diet. Your body gets its energy from the vast fat stores (in blue, to the right).

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Is Low Carb an Extreme Diet?

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Is low carb an extreme diet? It’s a common belief, so how do some of the top low-carb doctors in the world answer this question? Check it out in this new 6-minute video, that so far has a 4.9 out of 5 rating.

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Should You Eat Everything in Moderation?

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What’s the point of low carb, shouldn’t we all just try to eat everything in moderation?

In this video, six of the top low-carb doctors in the world give their quick and spontaneous answers to that annoying question.

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Answers to Common Questions: Everything in Moderation?

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Is Low Carb Expensive?

Many people believe it’s expensive to eat low carb or keto. But is it really?

According to this story, it’s even possible to save thousands of dollars per month by eating real low-carb food:

Carrie Brown: Show Me the Money!

When you start considering how much you can save in health care costs by staying healthy with real food, the relatively small costs of grass-fed meat or organic produce don’t seem to matter that much.

Have you saved money by eating low carb?

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“The Big Fat Fix” Movie Review

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If you are interested in taking back control of your health – eat fat! That’s the message of ‘unconventional’ British cardiologist Dr. Aseem Malhotra, the great crusader against the sugar and processed ‘fake’ foods that are destroying the health of the world, but more importantly, your health.

bffHe has just released a fantastic new movie called The Big Fat Fix, which is available here for online streaming for only $4.99.

Aseem and Donal O’Neill, behind the terrific films ‘Cereal Killers’ and ‘Cereal Killers 2 – Run on Fat’ have documented their trip to the forgotten Italian village of Pioppi to learn the origins of the Mediterranean diet. This film goes past diet alone as they key to the Mediterranean diet and really explores all aspects of the lifestyle that make it such a healthy way to live. Continue Reading →

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Good Health Doesn’t Come Out of a Medicine Bottle

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Note: This post is by Dr. Aseem Malhotra – his first post on DietDoctor.com.
 
I recently saw a woman in her early sixties who was terrified because her GP had told her that her cholesterol was high. “Congratulations,” I said. “That will probably help you live longer.” She left smiling.

It is little wonder she had been scared. For decades, governments have issued “low fat” dietary advice, while consumption of sugars and refined carbohydrates has soared. The result has been twin epidemics of type 2 diabetes and obesity – and a bloated medical bill to match. The time has come for an urgent overhaul.

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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 stars56%4 stars10%3 stars24%2 stars5%1 star2%37 ratings1,660 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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