Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Thwart weight gain with high-intensity exercises and a healthy diet

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There’s nothing more dispiriting than that (sometimes inevitable) slow slide back into weight gain after working for months in the gym and kitchen to build a leaner and stronger body. However, keeping those calories down while adhering to HIIT can prevent those pounds from piling back on, says a new study published in the American Journal of Physiology.

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"One of the major problems when you restrict calories on a diet is that you lose muscle mass, and as a result your metabolism slows down to accommodate the restriction of food," said study co-author Eric Plaisance, Ph.D., assistant professor of exercise science in the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Education. "Eighty percent of people who lose weight by dieting gain all of it back in a four- to five-year period."

For the study, researchers wanted to find out what type of exercise could help preserve muscle mass and subsequently keep metabolism higher, so they turned to mice. They found that when the...


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How many teaspoons of sugar are in your food?

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5.0 out of 5 stars5 stars100%4 stars0%3 stars0%2 stars0%1 star0%2 ratingsHow many teaspoons of sugar are in your food? The glycemic index predicts how much glucose you are going to absorb into your blood, compared to pure glucose. Brown bread has a lower glycemic index than table sugar. The teaspoon equivalent makes it easier to see how much a food raises blood sugar. For example, 150 g boiled rice will raise blood sugar as much as 10 teaspoons of sugar will do. In the seventh part of our low carb for doctors series, Dr. Unwin explains the impact of specific starchy foods on blood-glucose levels (transcript). Glycemic response to carbs The full course will cover very practical tips for doctors, like how to effectively discuss the low-carb lifestyle with patients, how to handle medications, safety, patient motivation and much more. We’ll keep publishing new parts every week here, together with our full low carb for doctors guide: Low carb for doctors   More with Dr. Unwin
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Medical bias and how it impacts the treatment you receive

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Clinical guidelines are theoretically very useful, gathering leading experts to help front-line clinicians care for patients. Experts often spend decades doing research into a single clinical problem. Clinicians, on the other hand deal with a multitude of problems. A general practitioner may deal with cancer, heart disease, and obstetrical problems all in the space of one hour. So guidelines should serve to document ‘best practices’ and become a standard of care. Good guidelines identify and disseminate the most scientifically sound advice available. Thus it is extremely important to monitor the integrity of the guidelines. Financial conflicts of interest (COI) among authors and sponsors of guidelines have the potential to turn these guidelines into nothing more than marketing tools for drugs and other devices. It is already well known these financial COI are extremely common among doctors and considered both widespread and acceptable. Biased guidelines harm patients by...
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Planning to indulge on Thanksgiving? 9 strategies to make it keto-proof

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Thanksgiving is right around the corner. It’s a time when some throw their keto diet out the window, only to find themselves regretting it the next day when the food coma hits. Now to the the good news. All that is avoidable if you’re a little smart about indulging. Here’s nine strategies to keto-proof your holiday celebration. Mindful Keto: 9 smart strategies for indulging in a holiday dinner without guilt and shame And don’t miss our low-carb Thanksgiving recipes below! Earlier Fallen off the keto wagon? Three steps to get back on track The seven mistakes people make on a keto diet Thanksgiving recipes The keto bread2 gKetogenic low carb79% Fat17% Protein4% Carbs2 g carbs / serving5,606 Oven-roasted Brussels sprouts with parmesan cheese8 gLiberal low carb63% Fat22% Protein15% Carbs8 g carbs / serving315 Browned butter cauliflower mash10 gModerate low carb83% Fat10% Protein7% Carbs10 g carbs / serving306 Roasted vegetables Tricolore6 gLiberal low carb81% Fat
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Public Health Collaboration conference 2018 in London

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Are you interested in keto or low carb, and have your ways around London on the 19-20th of May 2018? Then you can attend the Public Health Collaboration UK’s annual conference. The conference will feature highly interesting speakers, which you can see in the picture above. Book tickets and read more here: PHCUK: Public Health Collaboration annual conference 2018 Royal College of General Practitioners, London Videos with the speakers The low-carb program21:18Patients enrolling in diabetes.co.uk are reaching great success. But what exactly is it? What results can people expect? "I Knew Nothing"28:51How come Professor Tim Noakes completely changed his view on what constitutes a healthy diet? Is there scientific evidence for low carb?04:38Is there any evidence for the low-carb approach? Before we had drugs for type 2 diabetes, low carb was the accepted way to treat diabetes. Low carb for doctors – introduction03:52Are you a doctor or do you know a doctor? Are you interested...
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Monday, November 20, 2017

The BEST KETO COFFEE CAKE recipe | low carb, grain free, sugar free, ketogenic |

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Eating nuts regularly really can lower your risk of heart disease

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You should be aware by now that adding some nuts to your diet is a good thing. Nuts are a great source of protein, fiber, antioxidants, and good fats—and they can help lower your cholesterol, control your appetite, and improve your heart health. They can even strengthen a guy's sperm counts.

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We have some good news for all you almond-eaters out there: Consistently gobbling down a handful of nuts every day is even more strongly linked to a lower risk of developing cardiovascular disease or coronary heart disease, says a new study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.

The big study, which analyzed 200,000 people involved with three long-term studies over a 30-year period, looked at how many nuts people ate every day, and then compared that number with the people who ended up with major and minor cardiovascular diseases—fatal and nonfatal strokes, and heart attacks. No surprises here: People who ate five or more servings of nuts per week had...


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