• Victory For Prof. Tim Noakes!

    Professor Tim Noakes has been found innocent of the charge of Unprofessional Conduct! Congratulations to The Prof, Tim’s Angels and his fantastic legal team. This is a massive win for common sense, nutrition science and LCHF!!


  • Ketone bodies mimic the life span extending properties of caloric restriction

    A new study looking at why decreased signalling through the insulin/IGF-1 receptor pathway increases life span and how similar changes can be brought about by the metabolism of ketone bodies. The metabolism of ketones is shown to lower both blood glucose and insulin providing the thermodynamic drive to destroy oxygen free radicals which are a major cause of the ageing process.


  • Mexican Stuffed Avocado with Shredded Chicken and Cheese

    This easy recipe from Keto Connect requires only three ingredients and comes in at only two grams of carbs per half avocado. You can follow their delicious Mexican Shredded Chicken recipe or if you’re short on time you can create your own filling to your own tastes. Plenty of healthy fats from the cheese and avocado means you’ll probably be full after just one.


  • A Novel Intervention Including Individualized Nutritional Recommendations Reduces Hemoglobin A1c Level, Medication Use, and Weight in Type 2 Diabetes

    Whilst not that “novel’ to some, this new paper published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research shows the astounding success Virta Health has had in both treating and reversing Type-2 Diabetes. Offering a combination of LCHF and nutritional ketosis, their individualised program is supported remotely via the internet and the results repeatedly show improved glycemic control, weight loss and reduced need for diabetic medications.


  • Low-carb diet success for Somerset man with long-standing type 2 diabetes

    The excellent website Diabetes.co.uk is a literal life saver for people living with Type-1 and Type-2 diabetes. With official dietary advice worldwide recommending a high carbohydrate diet for diabetics, Diabetes.co.uk stands alone in offering resources and the opportunity to discuss carbohydrate restriction for the management of diabetes.


  • Low Carb Gold Coast 2017

    A weekend of presentations on low carbohydrate nutrition for optimising weight, health and performance from Friday 6th October to Sunday 8th October 2017 at the Sheraton Grand Mirage Resort with International Guest Presenters Nina Teicholz and Dr. Dawn Lemanne.


  • Low Carb Breakfast: 10 Delicious But Healthy Morning Meals

    Many people struggle with finding alternatives to bacon and eggs for breakfast when eating Low Carb, High Fat. Fortunately, Michael Joseph from ‘Nutrition Advance’ has come up with nine other tasty options that are both healthy and far from restrictive.


  • Why DAA May Regret ‘Sleeping With The Enemy’

    In part three of Marika Sboro’s four part investigation of the Dietitian’s Association of Australia she looks at the problems associated with self regulation and the unavoidable conflicts of interest that arise from accepting ‘Big Food’ funding. “Usually, sitting at the table with industry means that industry sets the table, chooses the menu and leaves the health organisation with the bill – and its reputation in tatters.”


  • Big Food vs. Tim Noakes: The Final Crusade

    This article from The Russells is an extremely detailed and well-researched exposé of the ties between dietitians and Big Food in South Africa. “To some, the Noakes trial may look like fascist speech repression in promotion of toxic products, but for Coca-Cola and its proxies, it is just good business”.