• French Toast Loaf

    If you’re missing your toast on LCHF this recipe from Elizabeth Nimphius via uplateanyway.com should fix those cravings without the carbs. Looks like French Toast, tastes like French Toast, gluten free and ready in one hour.

  • Fat Head Pizza

    Are you missing pizza now that you’re eating Low Carb, High Fat? This recipe for Fat Head Pizza from New Zealand based ‘Ditch the Carbs’ shows you how to make the original Holy Grail of LCHF pizzas bases which is grain-free, gluten-free and guaranteed to fill you up.

  • “Leaky Gut Syndrome” May Be the Cause of Several Diseases

    Daniela Drake writing for ‘The Daily Beast’ explores how increased intestinal permeability could be the cause of asthma, irritable bowel syndrome, arthritis, and more. In the article she looks at the work of Harvard researcher Alessio Fasano, a scientist that Professor Tim Noakes believes should win the next Nobel Prize.

  • The Inuit Paradox

    An excellent article published by Discover magazine in 2004. How could people who gorge on fat and rarely see a vegetable be healthier than us? The traditional Eskimo diet had little in the way of plant food, no agricultural or dairy products and was unusually low in carbohydrates. Mostly people subsisted on what they hunted and fished.

  • The Most Ketogenic Diet Foods

    A great post written and researched by Marty Kendall which analyses the insulin index of a range of foods to determine which are the most and least insulinogenic. Following this analysis, you can then calculate the ‘proportion of insulinogenic calories’ to help identify foods to prioritise on a ketogenic diet or improve your blood sugar control.

  • Is the Junk Food Era Drawing to a Close?

    An inspiring article written by Tom Philpott detailing the downturn in the profits of Big Food and the sharp increase in the popularity of farmers markets in America. We’re hoping this signals the start of victory for Real Food over Fast Food in Australia as well.

  • Dale’s Nutty Fudge Bars

    Dale’s Nutty Fudge Bars are a delightful combination of nuts, cheese to fill you up when you’re on the move. High in protein and healthy fats and low in carbohydrates – best of all they taste great!

  • Of Traitors and Truths

    An interesting article from Dr. Jason Fung exploring how our medical associations and doctors have sold us down the river by accepting funding from Big Food for studies that favour their commercial interests.

  • Dr. Dean Ornish blasts high-protein diets

    Published 23rd March, 2015. Dr. Dean Ornish published an op-ed piece in The New York Times titled ‘The Myth of High-Protein Diets’ which relied heavily on the observation of epidemiological studies to try to imply causation. This follow-up by Dr. Michael R. Eades analyses the article and finds that simply citing statistics and providing references does not equate to sound science.