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The interplay of exercise and ketosis – Part I

The interplay of exercise and ketosis – Part I
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I embarked on a self-experiment last weekend to see if I could better understand the interplay between the different types of exercise I do and ketone production (beta-hydroxybutyrate, or B-OHB, ...

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Do calories matter?

Do calories matter?
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In a word, yes.  But, technically this is the wrong question.  The correct question is probably closer to, “What is the impact of the calories I consume on my body’s ability to store fat versus burn fat?

The immediate ...

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Why Weight Watchers is actually a low carb diet

Why Weight Watchers is actually a low carb diet
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Invariably I get asked the question, “If carbohydrates are so bad, why did [so-and-so] lose weight on the [such-and-such] diet?”, where “such-and-such” diet is not a “low-carb” diet. Obviously, this is an ...

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How can carbohydrate restriction be healthy if it means limiting “natural foods” like fruits and vegetables?

How can carbohydrate restriction be healthy if it means limiting “natural foods” like fruits and vegetables?
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This week I’d like to tackle one of the most important questions that I get asked.  However, before getting to the question, I think it’s ...

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What are the side effects of aspartame, stevia, and other sugar substitutes?

What are the side effects of aspartame, stevia, and other sugar substitutes?
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One quick update:  Two weeks ago I was interviewed by the great folks at A Sweet Life.  Their site ...

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My pet peeve

My pet peeve
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A few months ago someone forwarded me a clip from The Dr. Oz Show where Dr. Oz and Gary Taubes were having a discussion about the merits of carbohydrate restriction.   You can read about it Continue Reading

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