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Can You Still Handle Fat If You’ve Had Your Gallbladder Removed?

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Are there any adjustments that need to be made to the LCHF diet for women once they are pregnant? And if so, what do you do?

Get the answer to this and other questions – can you still eat LCHF if you’ve had your gallbladder removed? – in this week’s Q&A with the fertility specialist Dr. Fox: Continue Reading →

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Absence of Periods on Low Carb with IF

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Can a low-carb diet combined with intermittent fasting result in an abscence of periods? And if so, what do you do?

Get the answer to this and other questions – could dairy be a problem in PCOS? – in this week’s Q&A with the fertility specialist Dr. Fox: Continue Reading →

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Does Hormone Replacement After Menopause Help or Hinder Weight Loss?

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Does hormone replacement after menopause help or hinder weight loss? Are ketones dangerous while pregnant? And could semen volume be reduced by low carb?

Here are the answers, from the fertility specialist Dr. Michael Fox. Continue Reading →

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Can You Eat Low Carb While Pregnant?

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Can you continue to eat low carb while pregnant? And how can you successfully lose weight if you have PCOS?

Here are the answers, from the fertility specialist Dr. Michael Fox. Continue Reading →

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Ask Dr. Michael Fox – Hormones, Endometriosis and Birth Control

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Are you having problems with your menstrual cycle? Perhaps you’ve been diagnosed with PCOS or you suspect you have it? Are you interested in how low carb diets can help and how to maximize the benefits? If so you could ask your questions to our expert on the subject, Dr. Fox.

Here are three new questions answered by Dr. Fox – about hormones, endometriosis and birth control: Continue Reading →

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Ask Dr. Michael D. Fox About Nutrition, Low Carb and Fertility

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Are you having problems with your menstrual cycle? Perhaps you’ve been diagnosed with PCOS or you suspect you have it? Are you interested in how low carb diets can help and how to maximize the benefits? If so you could ask your questions to our expert on the subject, Dr. Fox.

Ask Dr. Fox about nutrition, low carb and fertility – for members (free trial available)

Here are three new questions answered by Dr. Fox: Continue Reading →

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Ask Dr. Michael D. Fox About Nutrition, Low Carb and Fertility

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Are you having problems with your menstrual cycle? Perhaps you’ve been diagnosed with PCOS or perhaps you suspect you have it? Are you interested in how low carb diets can help and how to maximize the benefits? If so, then go ahead and ask your questions to our expert on the subject, Dr. Fox.

Ask Dr. Fox about nutrition, low carb and fertility – for members (free trial available)

Below are some questions answered by Dr. Fox: Continue Reading →

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Weight Loss Struggles of Women over 50


4.6 out of 5 stars5 star77%4 star8%3 star10%2 star3%1 star0%58 ratings2,899 viewsWhy do so many women over 50 struggle with their weight, even on a low-carb diet?

Jacqueline Eberstein, RN, worked closely with the late and great Dr. Robert Atkins for three decades, and she has a lot of experience treating people with these issues.

On the 2015 low-carb cruise she gave a presentation on the topic and then we sat down to talk about it, with her sharing her best advice. Watch parts of the interview above. The full 16-minute interview is on the membership pages (free trial available):

Weight Loss Struggles of Women over 50 – Full Interview

Sign up for a free membership trial in a minute and you can see it instantly – as well as many other video courses, movies, interviews, presentations, Q&A with experts, etc.

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“I Got My Life Back!”

Before and after

Before and after

Ingrid tried everything: powder diets, pills and, of course, low-fat foods. But the weight kept creeping up, slowly, and in the fall of 2010 the scale showed 309 lbs. (140 kg). Everything felt heavy. Sugar cravings, hunger and emotional eating were a never-ending nightmare.

In January 2011 she decided to try LCHF. Here’s what happened: Continue Reading →

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Pre-Pregnancy Potato Consumption Linked to Gestational Diabetes

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A new study shows that women eating a lot of potatoes before getting pregnant have a higher risk of developing gestational diabetes, a form of type 2 diabetes:

The same thing has been shown with regular type 2 diabetes – people eating potatoes more often get that variety of diabetes too.

These, of course, are only statistical correlations, so these studies do not by themselves prove that potatoes cause diabetes. But potatoes certainly contain fast-acting carbs that raise blood sugar. Avoiding those carbs is great for treating type 2 diabetes, so it would not surprise me if it could prevent it as well.

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