Week #37

April 15, 2018

  1. [Video] 8 Vegetables You Can Eat As Much As You Want (8 min): Asparagus, Cabbage, Broccoli, Kale, Celery, Cucumbers, Brussels Sprouts, Olives. Dr. Ken Berry also talks about the benefits of these vegetables and potential ways to cook them (tailored for carnivores).

  2. [Resource] Fine Tune Your Nutrition with Low & High Energy Dense Foods (6 min): This is for those who have their insulin load and nutrition density dialed in. Focus on low energy dense foods once your blood sugars are stabilized. If you eat fat to satiety and you’re still far from your ideal weight, this would be something to consider. It’s probably a recipe for failure if you haven’t explored eating nutritionally dense foods in a low-carb context.

  3. [Article] Are You An Under Eater? (13 min): If you’re experiencing one of these symptoms, you might be under eating. This happens when you keep a tight control of your calorie intake. According to this nutritionist, she’s never had a client who was overeating, only under-eating.

  4. [News] Letter to Theresa May, PM of the UK (6 min): Mr. Nathan Gill, a Member of the European Parliament (MEP) wrote a letter to the PM of the UK, extolling the virtues of a low-carb diet and how it has helped get his Diabetes under control. He goes on to say that this could have a huge impact on the National Health Services budget as diabetes medication alone costs 1 billion pounds a year.

  5. [Science] Study Reveals Low Carb Can Help Keep Weight Off Long Term (2 min): Researchers were testing to see if a low-carb diet changed the Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR). It did not. However, it was found to be great for maintaining weight loss for up to two years. Here’s the actual study.