Fat – Optimal vs Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Range (AMDR)

The official Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Ranges (AMDRs) were determined by the Food and Nutrition Board of the Institute of Medicine in 2005.  The AMDR for fat was set at 20% to 35% of total calories for ‘the planning and assessment of the diets of healthy people.  However, disagreement and discussion over these recommendations have increased …

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What are Normal, Healthy, Non-Diabetic Blood Sugar Levels?

Tracking your blood glucose with a continuous glucose monitor or a regular glucometer can be not only fascinating but also helpful in guiding when and what you eat.  However, while there are established criteria that diagnose metabolic syndrome, pre-diabetes, and Type 2 diabetes, there is sparse data on optimal metabolic health and the glucose levels …

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How to Break “Food Addiction” by Understanding Your Brain Chemistry

Do you ever feel like you’re ‘addicted to food’?    You may have heard that ‘sugar lights up your brain with dopamine just like cocaine’.   With that logic, it’s no wonder so many people claim they feel addicted to eating! But sugar isn’t the only thing that gives us a dopamine hit.  There are many other things …

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Data-Driven Fasting Challenge

The Data-Driven Fasting 30 Day-Challenge will guide you to optimise your eating routine to align with your unique metabolism, preferences and goals.  We will show you how to manage your blood glucose, optimise your health and burn body fat! The Data-Driven Fasting 30-Day Challenge will guide you through the following phases. Baselining Identify your blood …

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