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5 Weeks of Keto with Kristie
Did you like the 2-week challenge and you want to keep on going, with friendly daily support via email? We’d like to invite you to a special, hands-on program led by our head of community, Kristie Sullivan. It’s called 5 Weeks of Keto with Kristie — and you’ll spend a focused five weeks thinking, learning, and eating keto together!Learn more and sign up
Weight Loss for Good
Or try our new, intensive 10-week Weight Loss for Good course. This course is ideal for those who want your info and support straight up and concise. The first three weeks features 21 Crash Courses on related topics of the keto lifestyle. You will get each day not only an email and a daily meal plan but the top three or four evidence-based tips on each of the topics. Clear and straight. No beating around the bush.
Then, in the remaining seven weeks, we will go even deeper so that you gain full understanding of the most uptodate science in a simple digestable form. You will also get daily emails and meal plans. By the end, you will be well on the road to full understanding of complex issues like insulin resistance, hunger signals and more — and ultimately weight loss for good.
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The idea that fewer carbs is usually more effective for weight loss and type 2 diabetes reversal is mainly based on the consistent experience of experienced practitioners, and stories from people trying different levels of carb restriction [weak evidence]
The only intervention study – to our knowledge – that compared different levels of carb restriction was a small trial that found trends towards greater weight loss and greater improvements in cardiometabolic risk factors as carb intake went lower.
The lower the carb intake, the more glycemic control appears to improve:
Journal of the American Dietetic Association 2008: Restricted-carbohydrate diets in patients with type 2 diabetes: a meta-analysis [moderate evidence, downgraded as it’s comparing effects between different low-carb trials. There is no RCT comparing low carb to lower carb.]