• 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.

  • 27 Low Carb Dinners

    Buzzfeed has been very busy lately collecting some delicious and inventive Low Carb recipes. Here is another selection from Christine Byrne that shows how fantastic a Low Carb, High Fat diet can be.

  • Flaxseed: Examining the Research

    Confused about eating Flaxseed on a Low Carb diet? Low Carb Dietician Franziska Spritzler has delved into research on Flaxseed to provide a breakdown on the pros and cons of consuming a seed that is extremely low in carbohydrates.

  • Kevin Bacon and eggs: Actor stars in egg industry campaign

    Kevin Bacon is set to star in a new series of print and online campaigns promoting the American egg industry after no significant relationship is found between dietary cholesterol and heart disease.

  • Dale’s Taco Salad

    A great tasting and healthy breakfast option from Low Carb expert Dale Hoffman.

    Simple to prepare – make it today and you’ll have enough to last for the whole week.

  • How The Sugar Industry Continues To Subvert Public Health Policies

    An analysis of nearly 320 internal sugar industry documents from 1959 to 1971. The analysis shows how the industry sought to influence the setting of U.S. research priorities during that time and steer the debate away from public health. Disturbingly, it’s a strategy that continues to this day.

  • Restricting Fructose Consumption May Reduce Liver Fat Accumulation

    Published in Endocrinology Advisor, March 6th 2015. A study suggesting that restricting dietary fructose, but not calories, in obese Latino and African-American children may decrease liver fat and the conversion of sugar to fat in the liver. The results from this study demonstrate that the detrimental effects of fructose can be reversed by reducing fructose consumption.

  • Medical Experts Unite, Debate and Unnerve at First International LCHF Summit

    Taking antibiotics is the precursor to developing antibiotic resistance and vaccines are the precursor to vaccine resistance, so insulin is the precursor to insulin resistance.” Just one of the thought-provoking options presented at the recent international LCHF summit in Cape Town.

  • The Link Between Dietary Sugar Intake and Cardiovascular Disease Mortality – An Unresolved Question

    Published in The Journal of the American Medical Association, March 3rd 2015. A U.S. based study designed to examine the time trends of added sugar consumption as percentage of daily calories in the United States and investigate the association of this consumption with CVD mortality.