It’s been 18 months and Emma is now 45 pounds (20 kg) lighter – and happier and healthier than ever. So what has she been doing? You can probably guess.
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Emma had tried to lose weight with much effort and little results. Here’s her story about what happened in a few months when she instead followed her dad’s advice and tried an LCHF diet: Continue Reading →
Gallbladder in pink
Do gallstones improve or worsen on a low carb / high fat diet? It’s a common question with an interesting answer.
The gallbladder stores bile, a yellow-green fluid manufactured in the liver. The bile is used to digest the fat you eat. The question is: Is it good or bad for the gall bladder to eat fat? Continue Reading →