Fatty liver is a common disease. It is strongly influenced by a poor diet that is high in refined carbs and fructose. These troublesome nutrients are found in fast food meals, soda, and the 3C’s (cookies, cakes, and candies).
In this article, I’ll explain how to tell if you have a fatty liver and how, if caught early, it is treated.Read More “Fatty Liver: What Is It? Do You Have It? How Is It Treated?”
Low-carb diets are becoming increasingly popular, but which foods are low in carbohydrates? In this post, you’ll find 100 healthy low-carb food choices so you understand what you can eat on a low-carb diet.Read More “What Can You Eat on a Low-Carb Diet?”
It’s cold outside. You want something satisfying with a touch of sweetness. But, you don’t want to sabotage your low-carb diet with some high-carb dessert. It’s our Low-Carb Dessert Hot Chocolate recipe to the rescue!Read More “Low-Carb “Dessert” Hot Chocolate Recipe”
If you’re like me, you grew up with the understanding that breakfast was the most important meal of your day. But is that a fact or a myth?
In this post, we will dive into breakfast to find out if it is necessary to rev up your metabolism and prevent muscle loss.
We’ll also take a look at the research to see if there is any truth to the thought that skipping breakfast backfires causing you to overeat later in the day.
We are back doing more testing on sweeteners in coffee and their effect on fasting.
In this post, we tested erythritol, monk fruit, xylitol, and allulose in our coffee. We want to see how these sweeteners will affect our blood ketones and blood glucose, and determine if they will break an intermittent fast.
Here are the results!Read More “Sweeteners in Coffee & Fasting Round 2! Erythritol, Monk Fruit, Xylitol, Allulose”