Agave is a liquid sweetener extracted from a plant. It has a low glycemic index, which means it doesn’t spike your blood sugar, so why would I say it is not an acceptable sugar substitute? I explain in this blog post.Read More “Is Agave an OK Sugar Substitute?”
Food is essential to life. It provides the calories and nutrients that your body needs to keep you breathing and moving, and your brain needs to keep you thinking and alert. Fasting is nothing new. For thousands of years, it’s been utilized as a healing and spiritual practice. However, in recent years, fasting has taken a new direction, one that has its focus on accelerating fat loss.
This new focus raises some questions about health and challenges some of our long-standing beliefs. In this post, I discuss 5 common myths about intermittent fasting.Read More “5 Myths about Intermittent Fasting”
If you are frustrated because you always feel hungry, a simple shift in your food choices will naturally control your hunger, so you can eat less frequently, but stay just as satisfied. In this post, I explain why you eat less often when you eat more fat.Read More “Eat More Fat and You’ll Eat Less Often – Easy Hunger Control”
Apple cider vinegar tastes awful, but it has great health benefits! In this post, we try four popular apple cider vinegar concoctions.Read More “How to Make Apple Cider Vinegar Taste Good – We Tested 4 Ways”
Following a low-carb diet puts your body in a hormonal state that favors fat burning. Intermittent fasting also puts your body in a hormonal state that favors fat burning. When you combine the two, you give body fat a one-two punch and accelerate your results. In this post, I explain how it works.Read More “Why Low Carb and Fasting Work Well Together”
Nuts are packed with nutrients, many of which can be lacking in a low-carb diet. But, are they okay for you to eat, and if so, how many can you eat? I’ll tackle those questions in this post.Read More “Can You Have Nuts on a Low Carb Diet? How Many?”