Finding a diet that works for you isn’t easy. Many weight-loss diets are unconcerned about your long-term health.
Keto diet ticks all boxes. It is great for weight loss and beneficial for your overall health – plus it makes you feel great physically and mentally.
The benefits of Keto go far beyond weight loss. It can truly revolutionize your wellbeing and long-term health.
Keep reading “Can a Keto diet benefit your health?”
Do you think vegetables are boring? You know that nutrient-rich low-carb veggies are the best way to spend your daily carb limit. But the thought is so uninspiring… especially if you are not a vegetable lover.
Keto is a great opportunity to transform your relationship with vegetables.
What’s Keto diet high in? Fat! And fat can transform any bland food into a scrumptious delectable meal.
Keep reading “How to jazz up low-carb veggies”
Started a low-carb diet – but can’t stop craving carbs? Sugar and other refined carbs are addictive – almost like a class A drug. Getting hooked is easy. Breaking away is hard.
A low-carb diet is the best long-term solution to escape sugar addiction. But adapting to your new lifestyle might take a while.
And cravings can attack at any point.
Keep reading “How to cope with carb cravings”
If you’re a bodybuilder or weightlifter, increasing muscle size and strength is clearly your usual priority. But when you’re prepping for a contest, photo shoot, or other main event, cutting becomes your main concern.
Dieting is the only way to drop excess fat and water to display chiseled muscles. And science shows that low-carb or ketogenic diets are the easiest way to get cut, shredded, ripped, and otherwise superlean.
Keep reading “Cut Carbs, Cut Your Physique: How to Shred With a Keto Diet”
Are net carbs a myth? The term was first popularised by Dr Atkins.
Some carbohydrates, such as fibre, are not digested by our bodies. So it makes sense to exclude them from your daily carb count.
This distinction matters to those of us who follow ketogenic low-carb diets, like Atkins or Keto, with very low carb limits of around 20-30g a day.
Keep reading “Can you trust "net carbs" claims on low-carb products?”
Are you sure your daily carb count is accurate? It’s the one thing you must get right – or your diet won’t work – for obvious reasons.
And yet surprisingly many people get this wrong.
So how can you ensure your carbs count is correct? Here are our best tips on to how to count your carbs quickly and accurately.
Keep reading “How to get your carb counts right”
Are you thinking about trying low-carb? You already know it’s a great way to lose weight. But exactly how low is “low-carb”?
Do you have to cut out all carbs? Do you need to follow a specific diet like Atkins or Keto?
These are important questions to consider before you start your low-carb weight loss.
Keep reading “How "low" is a low-carb diet?”
Have you just started a low-carb diet, like Atkins or Keto? Feeling a bit overwhelmed?
Changing your lifestyle is not easy. There is so much to learn and get used to.
Here’s a quick compilation of top low-carb diet tips for beginners, to help you glide into your new lifestyle and transform your body.
Keep reading “Top 5 Low-Carb Diet Tips for Beginners”
Do you feel squeamish at the thought of eating offal? You are not alone.
Most people in the West shun organ meat and think of it as “subprime”. It is used in pâté and processed meats, but rarely cooked on its own.
This is really such a shame. Offal (also called variety meats or organ meats) is in many ways better than standard muscle meat. Keep reading “Why offal is good for your low-carb diet”
Low-carb and Keto diets are becoming popular. I keep seeing new product brands – low-carb cookies, Keto bars, sugar-free sweets – all sweetened with sugar substitutes like polyols or artificial sweeteners.
It’s great to have so much choice. Unfortunately, not all these products are as good as they claim.
Small companies – usually run by low-carb dieters and enthusiasts – tend to do a good job. They care about their clients and make products that are genuinely low-carb. Keep reading “Are all polyols zero-carb?”