High-Fat Diets Still Don’t Boost Endurance

Nobody ever changes a strongly held opinion because of a single study. It’s too easy to find potential flaws in any given set of results: they tested the wrong people, or used the wrong protocol, or simply got a fluke result. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing. You shouldn’t discard all your previous opinions every time you read a new study. But it raises a question that’s worth asking yourself now and then with regard to controversial topics: What level of evidence would it take to convince you to change your mind? read more

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Gay man’s 90-day quarantine transformation goes viral and prompts debate

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A gay man has seen a tweet he posted go viral this week. Greg Bloomer, a real estate agent in Chicago, has spent the past 90 days on a health drive.

While some of us have let our gym routines slide during the COVID-19 pandemic, some have thrown themselves into home workouts and taking extra time to prepare nutritious meals.

Besides demonstrating some impressive weight loss (approximately 50 lbs in 90 days), Bloomer’s tweet revealed he has a complicated relationship with his looks – something that struck a chord with many other gay men. read more

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Treating Binge Eating Disorder & Food Addiction with Ketogenic Diets

I am about to write on a topic I never thought I would – the possible benefits of a ketogenic diet on eating disorder behaviors. The ketogenic diet is one that has recently become a diet culture fad, with many touting it as the next “miracle diet.”

Unsurprisingly, these promises are false, and, in most cases, a ketogenic diet is harmful and ineffective at helping the individual achieve weight loss or health.

A recent study considered how a ketogenic diet may be helpful in treating binge eating disorder behaviors, and the results are absolutely worth reviewing, but let’s start with clearing up some questions you may have about this diet. read more

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Contest: Who will be lucky member 75,000?

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No matter if you’re new to Diet Doctor or have been following us for a while, right now is the time to become a DD member.

Why? Besides the fact that we’re committed to helping you dramatically improve your health through a keto and low-carb lifestyle, we’re also holding a contest where two members will win the ultimate keto care package.

Since we are rapidly coming up on 75,000 members, we want to celebrate! If you become lucky member number 75,000, you get a prize. Already a member? You can still win, too. read more

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Diet Doctor Explores: How to save money on your keto grocery bill

Who doesn’’ t requirement to shave some expenses off their grocery expense? In this week’’ s Diet Doctor Explores , Kristie shares some concepts for taking advantage of your grocery spending plan.

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When you construct meals around protein and veggies, there are simple methods to cut expenses– without ever compromising taste or range.

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Did you understand that you can likewise grow back some veggies without having access to a garden? Kristie will reveal you how. read more

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Diet Doctor Explores: How to make creamy keto and low-carb ice cream

If you’ve ever attempted making keto or low-carb ice cream, you might have discovered it hard to accomplish the velvety, melt-in-your-mouth texture that you typically discover in routine store-bought ice cream.

To repair this, Kristie Sullivan, host of Diet Doctor Explores , suggests utilizing particular sweeteners and components to develop the soft texture you’re after. By following Kristie’s suggested actions, you’ll have the ability to make a low-carb, keto-friendly ice cream that’s every bit as luscious as the ones you ‘d normally discover in shops. read more

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New YouTube series: Diet Doctor Explores

Maybe you pertain to the Diet Doctor site for our scrumptious and healthy dishes or possibly you’’ ve utilized our medically-reviewed guides for reliable details.

You may have likewise delighted in seeing our videos that function leading low carbohydrate or keto doctors and scientists or gaining from our fascinating weekly podcasts .

But how do you utilize that info to be effective following a keto or low-carb way of life?

Let Kristie Sullivan reveal you in our brand-new YouTube series, Diet Doctor Explores ! read more

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How to Raise or Lower Your Dementia Risk Through Diet

According to stats launched in 2019, Alzheimer’’ s illness– the most typical type of dementia for which there is no reliable traditional treatment or remedy —– impacts an approximated 5.8 million Americans,1 up from 5.4 million in 2016.

Progression of Alzheimer’’ s illness differs, however typically starts with short-term memory lapses that later on advance to speech issues and problem with executive functions.

.Your Diet Plays a Significant Role in Dementia. read more

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A bright light at the end of our android tunnel

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We understand a few of you have actually been waiting and waiting ….

We understand that whenever we discuss our popular iPhone app, Diet Doctor Eat, we get a flurry of impatient, even upset, messages from Android users. (Pssst —– for you iPhone users who sanctuary’’ t downloaded Diet Doctor Eat , it’’ s fantastic for phone-ready dishes and wish list, so attempt it today. It’’ s totally free!)

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You rebuke us and take us to job. read more

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Low-carb and high-carb diets have similar effects on hunger

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Do low-carb diets reduce appetite more than low-fat diets? A new study suggests the answer is no. How do we reconcile that with other studies that say the opposite?

Let’s get into the details. 84 overweight subjects with diabetes were randomized to a diet with 14% of energy from carbs (labeled as less than 50 grams per day) or a diet with 53% of energy from carbs. Both diets were designed to create a 500-1,000 kcal deficit. Researchers limited both diets to less than 10% saturated fats. By default, that likely means a high proportion of the fat in the low-carb diet came from oils rather than whole foods which would contain more saturated fats (like meat, eggs, chicken, dairy). read more

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