your personalised food ranking system

A number of attempts have been made to develop food rankings. We can combine the concept of insulin load with nutrient density to help us make optimal food choices based on our goals, situation and budget. This article looks at other ways to prioritise our our food choices quantitatively to design a food ranking to suit your […]

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optimal meals

To date, I’ve analysed more than 200 meals and ranked them based on different criteria for different goals.  For more details on the basis of the meal rankings see the most nutritious diabetic-friendly meals. Each week I’m posting one of these meals.  To see the recipes posted to date click here. A more complete ranking for each category […]

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diet wars… which one is optimal?

This article summarises the  analysis of a range of dietary approaches to: understand whether a high-fat diet can provide optimal nutrition, and to identify common factors across a range of healthy dietary approaches. The table below shows the macro nutrient split of the approaches evaluated.  They are sorted by the total score for each of the […]

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Nutrition for athletes and the metabolically healthy

Most people, once fat adapted, will do fine on a high fat ketogenic diet  and not need additional carbs to be able to exercise. Learning to be metabolically flexible (i.e. using both fat and carbohydrates for fuel) can be a major advantage for an athlete. Athletes and may benefit from increasing carbohydrates around competitions to […]

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