LCHF and Epilepsy

Low Carb, High Fat ketogenic diets have been used to help control seizures in people with epilepsy for many years. The diet was originally adopted and developed at John Hopkins Hospital in the 1930s after improvements in epileptic children were … Read More

LCHF for Athletes

For Athletes looking to make the switch from traditional carb-loading to becoming fat adapted the book ‘The Art and Science of Low Carbohydrate Performance‘ is a good place to start. Professor Jeff Volek outlines some of the theory and science … Read More

LCHF and Parenting

If you are considering adopting a Low Carb, High Fat diet for your family it is worth recognising that there are no nutrients (vitamins, minerals or micronutrients) in starchy carbohydrate foods that cannot be found in low carbohydrate alternatives, often … Read More

LCHF and Diabetes

Can a Low Carb, High Fat diet be used to manage Diabetes Type-1 or Type-2? Yes! We believe this is far and above the best way to manage diabetes and there is growing interest in returning to carbohydrate restricted diets … Read More

LCHF and Weight Loss

Using a Low Carb, High Fat Diet to Lose Weight – A Short Summary 1. Cut your carbohydrate intake down to around 20 grams per day. See more on carbohydrates 2. Eat more healthy fats. You need these for energy. Note, this … Read More

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