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What Should I Do After a Slip Up?

Ask Bitten Jonsson

What do you do if you accidentally slip up and eat too many carbs? What can you do to overcome a weight plateau? And what about food cravings during your period?

These and other questions are answered this week by our food addiction expert, Bitten Jonsson, RN: Continue Reading →

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“Everything I’d Been Told About ‘Healthy Eating’ Was Thrown Up in the Air”

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Jan

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 →

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Her Life Was Transformed with Low Carb


4.1 out of 5 stars5 stars59%4 stars11%3 stars15%2 stars6%1 star6%44 ratings815 viewsAfter an injury, Melanie started eating a high-carb diet (thinking that it was healthy) and started gaining weight. Then she met a fantastic low-carb doctor and had her life transformed. In this interview she explains how she’s now paying it forward.

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Her Life Was Transformed with Low Carb – Melanie Miller

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What’s the Difference Between a Ketogenic and a Low-Carb Diet?

Ask Dr. Jason Fung

It’s time for this week’s Q&A about intermittent fasting and low carb:

  • What to do about constipation after fasting?
  • What’s the difference between a ketogenic and a low-carb diet?
  • Is drinking Bulletproof Coffee a good way to lose weight?

Dr. Jason Fung is one of the world’s leading experts on fasting for weight loss and diabetes reversal. Here are a his answers to those questions and more:

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“An Almost Anti-Intellectual Explanation”


4.7 out of 5 stars5 stars84%4 stars8%3 stars4%2 stars0%1 star2%71 ratings2,898 viewsAre the current ideas about the cause of obesity and diabetes completely wrong? Is the fixation on eating less and moving more for weight loss an “almost anti-intellectual explanation”?

That’s what science journalist Gary Taubes says in my interview with him – watch a segment above (transcript). Taubes has been investigating the field of nutritional science for over a decade and has come to some pretty interesting conclusions. Could the scientists have it all wrong?

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Top Videos About Insulin, the Fat-Storing Hormone

Insulin is a key to understanding obesity and type 2 diabetes, and how to manipulate it to your advantage for weight loss and health.

Here are our top videos about the fat-storing hormone, that give a thorough explanation:

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Making Significant Improvements to Type 2 Diabetes with a Simple Diet Change

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Ganapathypillai has been able to make significant improvements to his type 2 diabetes, in spite of having suffered from it for 30 years, by making a simple diet change. Here’s how: Continue Reading →

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Do We Become Fat Because We’re Overeating, or Do We Overeat Because We’re Becoming Fat?

There are many things that are fundamentally wrong with the notion that weight loss is all about calories in vs. calories out. Above you can watch a talk by Dr. David Ludwig where he explains why that is the case.

Some key takeaways?

  • Body weight is not under conscious control – it’s under biological control.
  • When we try to eat less and run more, the body responds by either making us hungrier or by slowing down our metabolism.
  • Foods rich in processed carbohydrates are especially fattening.
  • If we want to lose weight, we’re better off improving the quality of our diet (meaning a diet with few carbohydrates), rather than reducing calories.

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“All Round Benefits – Wow”

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Before and after

Lorraine struggled with always gaining weight over the winter, and then working hard to lose it. A friend suggested that she should improve her high-carb breakfast, but it wasn’t until she started the 2-week low-carb challenge that things really started changing: Continue Reading →

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Weight Loss Struggles of Women 50+


4.6 out of 5 stars5 stars76%4 stars9%3 stars11%2 stars2%1 star0%71 ratings3,686 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.

You can watch part of the interview above (transcript). The full interview is available (with captions and transcript) with a free trial or membership:

Weight Loss Struggles of Women 50+ – Jackie Eberstein

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