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After giving birth to her second child, Jan’s health fell apart. The advice she was given from her doctors just didn’t impress her – there must be another way!
Then a friend introduced her to a low-carb paleo diet – and although skeptical at first she started reading and it turned her health around: Continue Reading →
Emily’s dermatologist told her that her skin issues were due to inflammation, so she started reading, and heard that ketosis could be a great way to overcome it.
We asked some of the top low-carb doctors in the world to give their quick and spontaneous answers.
Watch a segment of the video above, where Dr. Sarah Hallberg answers (transcript). The full video – with answers from more top low-carb doctors – is available (with captions and transcript) with a free trial or membership:
Margaret suffered from type 2 diabetes, burn out, depression and a stubborn weight that wouldn’t budge. After discovering that her blood sugar was exceptionally high in the morning, she started researching and came across Dr. Jason Fung.
As a nurse, she was initially skeptical towards the unconventional advice that people within the low-carb sphere were giving, but after doing more research she decided to jump right in: Continue Reading →
Can you get depressed on a low-carb diet? Can it worsen the symptoms – or do symptoms of depression usually get better on low carb?
Here’s how four of the top low-carb doctors in the world answer these questions in this short video, that so far has a 4.9 out of 5 rating:
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Is a low-carb diet dangerous? Will it harm every organ of your body and destroy the planet?
There are many fears about low carb, and most (but not all) are based on misunderstandings and myths. We’ve put together a big new guide to make sense of the top 14 low-carb fears. Should you be worried or not? Have a look:
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Here’s yet another example of someone doing the impossible – reversing type 2 diabetes, obesity and other health problems – using only a ketogenic diet.
This is the story about how Wim and his wife Saïda turned their lives around:
We are Wim and Saïda Tilburgs from the Netherlands, and this is our story. It tells how Wim lost 40 kg (88 lbs) and reversed all the symptoms of type 2 diabetes. Along the way, he solved most of the symptoms of post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) which he developed after serving at the UN mission in Lebanon.
Our story tells how Saïda lost 20 kg (44 lbs) and reversed all her symptoms of painful osteoarthritis and inflammation. We have done so only with a ketogenic low-carb, high-fat (LCHF) diet.
Here are the numbers for my blood work. You can see that my HbA1c went from 11.4% to 8.7% with high doses of insuline and metformin. On a ketogenic diet from 8.7% to 5.4%. Standard of care made me obese and still a diabetic at high risk. The ketogenic diet reversed my T2 diabetes. Keep reading