Archive for 'High Protein Diet'

A new study suggests eating a Mediterranean diet might increase lifespan.

A multiseries step by step guide on how to create wonderful low carb dishes using avocado.

With childhood and adolescent obesity rates in most of the Western world rising dramatically over the last few decades, it’s not surprising that a lot of effort has been put into finding out what to do about it, after all being obese puts people at greater risk of developing all sorts of types of complications…

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Here is a copy of the post over at forum.lowcarber.org where I have commented on about eggs   Terry: I just read on a thread that included info from Cordain, that egg whites can cause problems w/autoimmune concerns but that egg yolks are fine. This puts an end to my breakfasts of omelets and frittatas. Anyone have some…

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Below is a copy of a recent post where I have commented on about eggs IdahoSpud: Link to article here: Link to study (warning: long-winded) here: No food has had more ups and downs over the last century or so than the common egg. Following a long period in which eggs were ubiquitous and highly…

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Here’s four things to take care of which will further guarantee your successful fat lose. 1. Questions Many folk fail to ask themselves why they want to lose fat. By not asking detailed enough questions, you fall victim to only giving yourself vague reasons and vague goals. If you don’t know exactly where the goal…

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Cheese, Cream, more cheese, in fact everything and anything dairy can be found on many lowcarb plates. We would be lost without it. But, as this article shows, eating dairy is more than just a way to cut down on carbs… Eating high calcium, higher fat dairy foods, have been a long term stable tenant…

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Low carbers have known the simple truth for many years that a meal rich in protein will help you last between meals without getting an attack of the munchies. Why have the scientists taken so long to catch up? I’ve long maintained that higher protein foods are always going to be the most filling. Mainly…

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Everyone knows that a good weight-loss program combines diet and exercise, However, a University of Illinois study reports that exercise is much more effective when it’s coupled with a protein-rich diet. There’s an additive, interactive effect when a protein-rich diet is combined with exercise. The two work together to correct body composition; dieters lose more…

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