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While eggs have gotten a bad reputation for a long time due to cholesterol fears, evidence in the British Medical Journal showed that moderate egg consumption may not have any effect on heart disease or stroke.

Another copy of a comment that I have commented on at forum.lowcarber.org regarding eating habits   corsair915 posted: Hey Folks I need some helps and advice. I am back on full time low carb after a maintenance period of semi- low carb. This return to serious low carb was a choice to clean up my diet…

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This is a copy of my comment on a post over at forum.lowcarber.org regarding induction   kim_va said: Hello everyone I have been on phase one now for 3 weeks. I dont know if I want to move on or not. I want to say on phase one to lose more weight, but then again, I want…

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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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This is a copy of my comment on a post at Jimmy Moore’s regarding sleep problems   Post from tcbsoc: Hi All. I started low carb this week and have done induction since Wed. Since starting, I’ve been waking up in the middle of the night and having horrible nightmares. Anyone deal with this before? Any…

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Here is the copy of the post at forum.lowcarber.org where I have commented on regarding nuts and water retention   minalc asked: I have a couple of questions: 1. Why is it considered bad to eat so many nuts/why can nuts stall you? I have macadamia nuts and they seem pretty safe. They have a lot…

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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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QUESTION:  I want to eat protein with the taste of meat but with no sodium nitrate in it.  What kind of foods can replace the taste of meat? Sodium nitrate is one of the most commonly used preservatives in processed foods.  Things like salami, sausage-meat, tinned ham, all of those things all contain elevated levels…

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