Mention that you’re on the ketogenic diet and you are just as likely to get scoffed at as you are to hear support. However, according to new research published in the November 15 edition of the journal Science Immunology, those who want better resistance to the influenza virus may want to consider the “keto” diet… Continue reading Can The Ketogenic Diet Beat The Flu?
The ketogenic, or keto diet, has been promoted as having positive effects on many physical symptoms, including skin quality and health. High in fats, the diet is claimed to provide high levels of the key nutrients for skin health. However, if a new study published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology is accurate, this may… Continue reading On The Keto Diet With Psoriasis? Choose Your Fats Wisely
TRIGGER ALERT! Just a warning to all my readers who are plant-based dieters, vegans, vegetarians and avoiders of red meat. If you’re trying to save the world or those of us who live in it by promoting plant-based eating or you just like crusading against meat for whatever reason, this article may not be for… Continue reading New Research Says Red, Processed Meat Poses No Health Threat
Alzheimer’s Disease is a devastating illness. It not only steals the memory, cognition, self-reliance and eventually the life of the victim, it has profound, painful and lasting affects on the victims friends and family. Nobody in the orbit of this disease escapes unscathed. Researchers and medical professionals have been searching for ways to predict, prevent… Continue reading Gut Bacteria and Alzheimer’s: Is There a Dietary Connection?
The ketogenic diet is both popular and controversial. It’s proponents and those following it swear it provides a myriad of benefits. The claims include easy weight loss, improved joint health, better energy, better mood and even improved brain function and cognition. Detractors point to the very high levels of fat intake required to pursue the… Continue reading Keto Dieters Should Skip the Cheat Day
New research from the University of Copenhagen has shown that the conventional wisdom around nutritional therapies for type 2 diabetics may not be so wise after all. The study, part of CutDM, funded in part by a DKK 4 million grant from Arla Food for Health, involved 28 patients who were studied over 12 weeks.… Continue reading Type 2 Diabetics Regulate Blood Sugar Better On a Low Carbohydrate Diet
This episode is rapid-fire, a little bit fun and a whole lot of useful! To be fair, this could have been 172 or even 1,072 fat loss tips that work. There are so many things you can do – small things and big – to burn more fat that it feels like this is just… Continue reading Podcast: 72 Fat Loss Tips That WORK
These have quickly become a breakfast and snacking favorite in our household! Easy to make, portable and 7 grams of fiber per serving! Rich dark chocolate flavor with a touch of sweetness thanks to sugar-free caramel syrup. Filling and satisfying! Try them split and toasted with a little cream cheese! Oh my! Ingredients1 cup golden… Continue reading Recipe: Keto Brownie Muffins
Want an easy-to-make and even easier to LOVE ketogenic option for breakfast? Want one that you can make ahead and reheat later? Want a keto breakfast that actually provides you a serving of vegetables, too? This one will do ALL of that! If you are a ketogenic or low carb dieter, you know that eating… Continue reading Recipe: Keto Sausage Veggie Breakfast Casserole
Sugar gets blamed for so many evils, it’s kind of hard to keep up. While it’s not evil, it can be a bit of a problem for those of us trying to eat a Paleo, Ketogenic or otherwise low carb or low sugar lifestyle. But I’ve got good news! Have you tried sugar substitutes and… Continue reading The World’s Best Sugar Substitute