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Ready to Lighten Up for Summer? Cut the Added Sugar!

June 13, 2016

I don’t know about you, but once it starts to feel like summer, I naturally want to lighten up my meals. If you’re interested in making some healthy changes, a great place to start is by cutting out…Read More

Better Body Composition with Low-Carb Diets. All It Takes Is Commitment

May 31, 2016

A new scientific review says it takes at least a year of sticking to a low-carb diet (cutting carbs to 10% of daily calories) to see the best outcome regarding body composition, but that it is more effective than a typical…Read More

Are Your Sleep Habits Sabotaging Your Low-Carb Diet?

May 12, 2016

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one-third of American adults don’t even get seven hours of sleep a night, when current guidelines recommend sleeping seven to nine hours every night. This magic number seems…Read More

How to Survive A Diet Slip-Up

May 4, 2016

Slip-ups happen, whether it’s a moment of temporary weakness where you devour a doughnut instead of eggs for breakfast or a week of overindulgence on vacation that has you returning with a tan and extra baggage in the form…Read More

My Favorite Low-Carb Food Swaps

April 22, 2016

I recently appeared on a morning news show to talk about some popular low-carb swaps for traditional carb-heavy snacks and meals, and I thought it was a great opportunity to share the scoop here. Link to segment: http://kdvr.com/2016/04/20…Read More

What’s the Beef on Bone Broth?

April 18, 2016

There’s a been a lot of buzz lately about bone broth… and I’m not talking about store-bought bouillon or stock, but honest-to-goodness broth that is made from the bone and marrow of beef or poultry and boiled and…Read More

Atkins Can Help Treat and Prevent the Global Diabetes Epidemic

April 8, 2016

The World Health Organization (WHO) is marking its annual World Health Day (April 7th), which celebrates the organization’s founding in 1948 by issuing a call to action on diabetes. In its first Global Report on Diabetes, the WHO emphasizes how…Read More

Doing Atkins On Your Terms

March 31, 2016

Even if you’re not ready to take the leap into a full-blown low-carb diet, you can start living a lower-carb lifestyle at your own pace. What do you have to lose, except some extra pounds? Well, in addition to…Read More

Give Your Meals a Spring Makeover

March 22, 2016

After spending the winter craving creamy comfort food, as the days become sunnier and longer, I find myself yearning for fresh, bright flavors. Are your meals ready for a spring “makeover” as well? Here’s what works for me:Get…Read More

Cholesterol Is Not All That Bad

March 15, 2016

We have been led to believe that cholesterol is bad; and that we need to lower it so we can lower our risk of heart disease. And eating fatty foods raise cholesterol, so we should eliminate those. And, very likely,…Read More

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