Starting with Episode 58 for Tuesday, September 19, 2017, the headquarters for the Low Carb Nugget podcast will move to my blog, Life After Carbs. You will find the show links and transcripts for Episode 58 and all subsequent episodes of the podcast at www.lifeaftercarbs.com/nugget. Previous episodes will remain available here for the time being. […]
Diet myths examined For a long time, big mainstream news outlets followed lock-step with organizations such as the American Heart Association and the FDA. They promoted the low-fat diet, and the “calories in, calories out” model of weight control. But things are slowly changing. At least, I think so.
The importance of being active It’s important to be active, to move around. You need to move around every day, and many times a day, if you want to stay healthy, and frankly, alive. A study published this week in the Annals of Internal Medicine drives the point home. You gotta move, or you’re gonna […]
What your brain needs The article in question today is a long, detailed, authoritative look at the vitamins, minerals and other micro-nutrients essential to brain functioning and mental health, and where they come from. Where they come from is mostly animal-based foods.
LCHF survival food The best low carb survival foods are nutritious, portable, widely available, and require no refrigeration or cooking. They are ideal foods for either fleeing or hunkering in place. Here are some top picks.
Keto diet reboot My plan is to eat a strict keto diet — very low carb, and high fat — and to keep detailed records. I will record what and how much food I eat every day, and the macro-nutrient composition of that food . . .
Taking stock, making plans Today is the start of the 5th month of this podcast, and we’re half way to a hundred episodes. It seems like a good time to reflect, and lay out some plans . . .
The carbs are gonna get you Evidence continues to come in that undermines the Lipids Theory of Cardiovascular Disease — the theory that dietary fat causes heart attacks. The latest contradictory evidence is in a big, global study published online this week by the respected medical journal, The Lancet.