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Steve Phinney – Low-Carb preserves Glycogen better than High Carb. Listen (60 minutes) Dr.

Steve Phinney – Low-Carb preserves Glycogen better than High Carb

Steve Phinney — I can ride continuously for three hours and go 60 miles without any hunger or food cravings or drop off in performance. And I ride as well in the last 20 miles coming home as I do going out. Steve Phinney, can you tell us who you are? I’m a medical doctor and have my training in internal medicine. You’re a star in a Canadian documentary called My Big Fat Diet, because you helped a whole group change their eating habits to reduce insulin resistance and lose a lot of weight. you’re the co-author of a book about the Atkins Diet that’s been updated by you and two other clinician scientists. Partially correct. You’re also in the process of creating a new book that’s more technical about high fat diets.

That’s correct. Are you an athlete? I’m physically active. Do you eat a low-carb, high fat diet? Yes, guilty as charged. How low carb and how high fat? I stay between 25 and 50 grams of carbohydrate a day. I carry no food now on my bicycle rides. Archives. Diet Doctor - Real food for your health. How Fasting Aids Weight Loss. Welcome!

How Fasting Aids Weight Loss

If you want to lose weight, gain muscle, increase energy levels or just generally look and feel healthier you've come to the right place. Here's where to start: Visit the Start Here and Primal Blueprint 101 pages to learn more about the Primal Lifestyle. Subscribe to my free weekly newsletter to receive 10 eBooks, a 7-Day Course of Primal Fundamentals, and more - all for free. Cut to the chase by visiting PrimalBlueprint.com. Thanks for visiting! “When a person has nothing to eat, fasting is the smartest thing he could do.” – Herman Hesse, Siddhartha. I like that quote. That doesn’t mean the quote is useless. “When a person has had too much to eat, fasting is the smartest thing he could do.” – Mark Sisson, Mark’s Daily Apple.

If that sounds harsh or even unrealistic, consider the story of the Scotsman. The Fountain of Youth and Strength - Strategies to Reverse Aging and Build Strength with NSCA-CPT Matthew Caton - The Fountain of Youth and Strength - Strategies to Reverse Aging and Build Strength with NSCA-CPT Matthew Caton. Read It Online! Read The Book Online!

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Click the links below to jump to various excerpts from Dr. Bernstein's Diabetes Solution. Most of the excerpts are more than one page in length and are filled with interesting facts and important knowledge from Dr. Bernstein. Enjoy! Foreword by Frank Vinicor, M.D., M.P.H. Acknowledgments Before & After: 14 Patients Share Their Experiences Much of it in their own words, 14 of Dr. Chap. 1: Diabetes: The Basics. Paleo Nutrition, Nutrition Workshops, Nutrition for Health and Fitness Facilities, and the Original Whole30 Program, Designed to Change Your Life in 30 Days. Barry Groves, offering online nutritional information.

Begin Your Journey Now - Jack Kruse. Fat Head - Blog site for the comedy-documentary Fat Head. Peter Attia, M.D., explains why everything you think you know about nutrition is wrong. Eating fat does not make you fat. The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D. One of the first patients I saw as a medical student was a nice lady, who presented to the university hospital outpatient clinic with colicky, cramping abdominal pain.

The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

She described the pain as coming on after a meal, and said that it doubled her over with pain. The pain came and went, but had gotten worse over the past few days. I took a long history from her and performed a physical exam, which included examining her abdomen. When I pushed on her right upper quadrant, she all but yelped and grabbed at my wrist. At that point in my medical education, I knew just enough to be dangerous, so I excused myself, left the exam room and presented this lady’s case to the medical resident running the clinic that day.

He asked me a few questions, which, I, in my ignorance, had failed to ask the patient. Gary Taubes — Author of Why We Get Fat and Good Calories, Bad Calories.