If you have a growing belly, it is partially due to a special type of fat called visceral fat that gets stored deep within the abdomen and pushes outward.
The abdomen is a common place for men to put on weight, but it also increases in women after they reach menopause.
In this post, I share why belly fat is a dangerous type of fat, a quick trick for knowing if you have too much, and the best strategies for getting rid of it.
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If you follow a ketogenic diet, you may have heard of something called the Glucose Ketone Index (GKI). But, what is the GKI and is it something that will help you with your keto diet?
In this post, we explain what the Glucose Ketone Index is, where it originated, and what it is used for.
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Low-Carb Diets work because they keep your blood sugar low, and as a result, cause your body to produce less of the fat-storing hormone called insulin. In this video and article, I share the number of carbs you can
eat and still consider your diet keto or simply low-carb.
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I often say that sugar does nothing for me but, make me want more sugar.
If you can relate to that statement, then this post is for you. I explain how sugar affects your body and brain to keep you locked into loving it.
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With five grams of fat and less than one gram of carbs, an egg is a great choice for a low-carb/high-fat diet.
But what can you have for breakfast if don’t tolerate eggs or you are tired of eating them?
Here are 5 healthy low-carb, non-egg breakfasts.
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Despite our age and the metabolic disadvantages that come with it, practical strategies and food swaps can make the whole process of losing weight after 50 easy, enjoyable and effective.
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I consider avocados one of my top five favorite low-carb, high-fat foods.
They are packed with healthy fat, fiber, and micronutrients.
Even though avocados have so many benefits, they are not for everyone.
If you are a person that cannot stand them, then you need to find substitutions that contain similar amounts of healthy fats without the carbs.
In this post, I will share seven foods that have similar nutrient profiles to an avocado to help you keep your low-carb diet on track!