Stop worrying about fat and start worrying about timing. Read more.
Eating more fat will take care of that oxidative stress problem. Read more.
Dolphins living among humans, develop metabolic syndrome, since they’re not eating a high carb diet, carbs can’t be blamed. Margaric acid is the problem…
Eating green leafy vegetables causes sugar gremlins to turn a little GREEN. And when your sugar gremlin turns green, it is not in the mood for MORE SUGAR. Read more.
A bowl of high-fat rice pudding, with fewer calories is more satiating than the same size bowl of a high-carbohydrate rice pudding, so fill up on fats… Read more.
The fatty acid implicated in health troubles is palmitoleic acid. A diet high in carbs, raises their levels, a diet high in saturated fats, keeps them low.
Are your snacking habits hitting the snooze button on the brain alarm clock ? Read more
Your muscles probably need more protein than you think. Read why beefing up your muscles requires more beef.
Pleas sir my Mors want a little MORE. Are you trying to keep your appetite in check through willpower ? Make sure to load up your plate with protein if you want to stop the give me MORES. Read more.
It almost sounds like heresy but athletes need extra calories to super charge your performance and the best source of those extra calories is fat not carbs.
Dine don't graze
Stay away from fat and nibble all day – lots of small meals, at regular intervals, are the key to weight management. WRONG ! Read more.
The most effective strategy to decrease oxidative stress, is to simply eat less, but starving is not actually required.... burning fat is all that is needed. Read more.
Eating protein saves your muscles while the fat cells burn. Read more.
Your genes want you to line up your plate using the rule of thirds. Read more.
Stress brings out the need to nibble, for a diabetic, the choices are limited, so what should a diabetic snack on ? Read more.
Maybe it's time to invest in appetite suppressing glasses. Read how you can buy a pair.