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what about saturated fat?

The topic of saturated fat continues to be contentious. While most people agree these days that minimising sugar and processed carbohydrates is a good, thing many still struggle with the idea of eating fat, particularly saturated fat.  At the other extreme there are some people who have heard the message to ‘not fear the fat’ loud and clear and […]

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garlic prawns, spinach, pine nuts

This “diet” food is so hard to take!   And with a great blood glucose response to boot! Fresh prawns from the markets with spinach, pine nuts, shiitake mushrooms, butter and garlic. Super high on the vitamins and minerals as well as aminos with the pine nuts and spinach. Prawns are a nice way to get […]

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nutritious low energy density foods for weight loss

Low energy density foods help you feel full with fewer calories as well as improving nutrient density per calorie. Some people who benefit from an LCHF approach initially may, as their blood glucose and insulin levels normalise, also benefit by decreasing the energy density and increasing the nutrient density of their diet. These low energy density […]

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salad and salmon lunch

This is one of my favourite work lunches. We often go to the markets on the weekend and then prepare a bunch of ready made lunches for the rest of the week. (note: by “we” I mean my amazing wife Monica who knows how to make healthy food look and taste incredible…  I just tag […]

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