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Ketogenic Diet for Weight Loss | Review by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

  Diet Review: Ketogenic Diet for Weight Loss What is it? The ketogenic or “keto” diet is a low-carbohydrate, fat-rich eating plan that has been used for centuries to treat specific medical conditions. In the 19th century, the ketogenic diet was commonly used to help control diabetes. In 1920 it was introduced as an effective treatment for epilepsy in children in whom medication was ineffective. The ketogenic diet has also been tested and used in closely monitored settings for cancer, diabetes, polycystic ovary syndrome, and Alzheimer’s disease. However, this diet is…

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Should You Do The One Meal A Day Diet (OMAD)?

SHOULD YOU DO THE ONE MEAL A DAY DIET (OMAD)?   Eating one meal a day, also called the OMAD diet, is a style of intermittent fasting with big benefits for your brain and body. One meal a day fights aging, boosts metabolism, improves health, protects against disease, and simplifies meal preparation. Eating only one meal a day can be difficult, but there are ways to ease in slowly and even make it easier.   Intermittent fasting is skyrocketing in popularity as modern research uncovers its health and weight management…

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How To Avoid The 5 Most Common Side Effects Of Intermittent Fasting

– In today’s video, I’m gonna be taking you through the five most common side effects people get when they start intermittent fasting. You’re gonna learn why they happen and how you can manage them if you do get them but make sure you stick around to the end of the video because I’m gonna explain how you can pretty much avoid getting any of them in the first place. (upbeat music) Hey Carb Dodgers, my name is Dr. Dan Maggs, I’m so glad you’ve landed on my channel which…

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The Art and Science of Foods That: ‘Fill You Up’

The hardest part of dieting is not the self-control or reduced calories that are part of any weight-loss plan. It’s the seemingly cruel way that your body fights against you to make you hungrier than ever and push you towards the foods you’re trying to avoid.  As you reduce calories and — more importantly — lose weight, things start to change in your body and brain to make you feel hungrier. While super-restrictive diets are a big reason many diets fail, other plans that might be perfectly good also feel impossible…

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How to Use Calorie Cycling to Build Muscle and Lose Fat

This article is from the new second edition of my bestselling fitness book for experienced weightlifters, Beyond Bigger Leaner Stronger, which is now live everywhere you can buy books online. Key Takeaways Calorie cycling is a method of dieting that involves planned increases and decreases in calorie intake throughout the week, typically by eating more or less carbohydrates. Calorie cycling can make it easier to get and stay extremely lean and gain muscle and strength with minimal fat gain, but it doesn’t have any special fat-burning or muscle-building advantages. For…

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The ‘Lose Weight By Breastfeeding’ Message Is Hurting Postpartum Moms

Lose weight while breastfeeding? Breastfeed to lose weight? For years, women have been indoctrinated to believe the most effective way to lose weight postpartum is to breastfeed. Or that the best reason to breastfeed is for weight loss. It’s high time to call out this crap for what it is: an instrument of diet culture to manipulate women during one of the most vulnerable times of their lives — physically, mentally, and emotionally. The truth is, this message is destructive and harming new mothers in alarming ways.  Rather than focusing…

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The Case Against Processed Vegetable Oils

Dr. Paul Saladino is the author of “The Carnivore Code.” I’ve previously interviewed him about the carnivore diet and the impact of metabolic health on COVID-19 outcomes. The video1 above features Saladino on a recent episode of the Joe Rogan podcast. It’s a three-hour conversation, but my focus here is on Saladino’s viewpoints on omega-6 seed oils, and the surprising fact that conventional chicken and pork are significant stealth sources of oxidized omega-6 fats that can contribute to ill health by impairing vital mitochondrial signaling. Vegetable Oils Are Responsible for…

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Is An Alkaline Diet Really Healthier?

Of all the ways you can easily become confused by what foods are “healthy,” the most common is the cruelest. The diet industry loves to take a concept that you understand on a basic level, and then twist science to make it seem that certain foods are dangerous to your health. The manipulation of fear pushes you towards more restrictive diets, “requires” you to waste money on tests that only heighten your fear (unnecessary), and this forces behavioral changes that are unnatural to your preferences and, oftentimes, just lead to…

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