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Dr Greger’s How Not to Die Cookbook (review)

To celebrate the release of the How Not to Die Cookbook I thought it would be interesting review some of Dr Greger’s recipes to see how they stack up nutritionally. Firstly, I’ve got to give kudos on the layout.  I bought my copy on Apple iBooks and was impressed at how you could interactively explode […]

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basil pesto

Pesto can be a yummy way to get your get your micronutrients as well as high levels of fat at the same time. This rustic version comes from Jessica Haggard’s Primal Edge Ketogenic Cookbook. Simple to make, it contains basil, pine nuts and olive oil with garlic for extra taste and minerals. The basil and […]

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curried egg with cows brain

Considering how very nutrient dense offal is, it’s been surprisingly hard to find organ meat recipes that do really well in the nutrition ranking because so many of the recipes are ‘diluted’ with lots of sweet stuff to mask the taste. That is, until Tristan Haggard sent me their long awaited ‘ketogenic edge cookbook‘. Tristan […]

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Dom D’Agostino’s breakfast – sardines, oysters, eggs and broccoli

At first, it sounds like a bizarre combination, but when one of the smartest guys in the keto scene says that he has sardines, oysters, eggs and broccoli as his regular breakfast I wasn’t surprised to find this diet scored well in the nutritional analysis. Before he started researching cancer and oxygen toxicity seizures for […]

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Jimmy Moore’s slow cooked pork with veggies

Jimmy posted this meal on his Facebook feed a while ago. Slow cooked pastured pork Boston butt cooked in @BareBonesBroth, local organic kale, broccoli, cauliflower, snow peas, home garden zucchini, local organic squash, home garden herbs (cilantro, dill, basil), local Garden blend sauerkraut, avocado, grass-fed butter, sea salt, and pepper. #lowcarb#highfat #ketogenic #realfood #howireallyeat The meal does really well […]

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humans are not broken breakfast

One of the things that inspired me to try this line of nutritional analysis was a post by Angelo Coppola on his blog Humans are Not Broken where he showed that his breakfast tortilla is better nutritionally than Bulletrpoof Coffee. As an occasional drinker of Bulletproof Coffee, Angelo’s approach to nutritional analysis and comparing two very different […]

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