The biggest trends in nutrition

This article analyses the most significant trends in nutrition over the last hundred years. No!  Not, short-term dietary trends like the keto diet, vegan, paleo, carnivore or low carb, but rather the long-term trends that have been influenced by: world wars and depressions, politics and government subsidies, paradigm shifts in food processing, fossil fuel based …

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the breakfast of champions (Chris Froome and Romain Bardet diet analysis)

My Facebook feed has been flooded lately with stories about Tour de France cyclists going low carb.[1] Or is it high protein?[2] Whatever is going on, it seems to help them run well too![3] While I’m not sure you can say that these elite cyclists have eschewed all carbohydrate-containing foods,  the trend away from processed …

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Optimal foods for fat loss

People with diabetes or insulin resistance may do well initially with a low carbohydrate diet to help them normalise blood glucose levels.  Managing your appetite is easier once you stabilise your blood glucose levels. However, once your glucose and insulin levels stabilise, you will likely benefit from reducing the energy density of your diet while also …

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