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Optimising protein and insulin load

“Low carb”, “ketogenic” or “nutrient dense” mean different things to different people. Defining these terms numerically can help us to choose the right tool for the right application. Decreasing the insulin load of your diet can help normalise blood glucose levels and enable your pancreas to keep up. However, at the same time, a high […]

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How much protein on keto do you need?

There is a lot of confusion about ‘excess protein’ and whether you can have too much protein on keto. Insulin and protein are used to build and repair your muscles, organs and the other important parts of your body.  This is an important and beneficial use of protein and insulin. Foods that contain the harder […]

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nutrient dense foods for weight loss and insulin resistance

I found a number of people that were using a combination of the optimal foods for diabetes and nutritional ketosis and the optimal foods for weight loss lists.  So I thought it would be useful to combine the two approaches into a single list of foods for people who want to lose weight but who were still somewhat insulin resistant. optimal […]

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Systematising Satiety – Low Carb Down Under Presentation

It has been a real honour to have the opportunity over the years to present at Low Carb Down Under and have them shared on their YouTube channel! Without further ado, here’s my latest presentation on satiety from the last meeting on the Gold Coast in Australia. Satiety is a fascinating and multi-factorial parameter of […]

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Welcome To MY SECRET Food Cheatsheet The exact food lists that empowered thousands of Nutrient Optimisers to gain control over their health without relying on fad diets.   Nutrition Approach most popular food lists maximum nutrient density Get it now for free weight loss (satiety & nutrient density) Get it now for free blood sugar […]

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glycemic load versus insulin load

The glycemic index (GI) compares the rise in blood sugar for a particular food relative to glucose.  The theory goes that it is better to eat low glycemic index carbohydrates that will not raise our blood sugar too much and will take longer to digest. Building on the glycemic index is the concept of glycemic load which […]

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a fresh perspective on nutrition

Warning: This post is a celebration of how data analysis can help us understand how to optimise our nutrition to suit different goals.  It may contain novel ideas based on large amounts of data.    I was flattered when Chris Green (@heuristics) recently posted a graphical presentation of the food insulin index and my nutrient […]

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