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Keto Flu Research: Can MCT Oil Help the Transition?

MCT Oil Keto Flu “Tomorrow, I start the keto diet!”

With a hint of pre-emptive triumph, this affirmation is stated millions of times each year. The reason tomorrow always seems to win over today: dieting is generally regarded as a time of deprivation, restriction […]

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January is World CARNIVORE Month

World Carnivore Month

The start of January not only coincides with everyone’s favorite New Year’s resolution (losing weight), but also with World Carnivore Month. Coincidence? Maybe, maybe not.

The Carnivore Diet (aka the Zero Carb Diet) has been getting more attention […]

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The 5:2 Diet: Fasting Pilot Study Shows Promise, But Has Drawbacks

The 5:2 Diet

Would you be interested in a job that required two days of work and five days off per week? How about a diet that only requires you to “diet” two days a week allowing you to take it easy the […]

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Is the Combo of Carbs and Fats Duping Your Brain.. and Diet?

Carbs Fats Combination

It’s no secret that the best tasting foods are usually dosed with a higher amount of both fats and carbs. Sure, we love a grilled chicken salad from time to time, but if calories and macros didn’t matter, would we […]

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How Much Protein Per Meal to Build Muscle? Bout ‘Four Fiddy’, Say Aragon & Schoenfeld

Protein Per Meal

Gyms are filled to the brim with old-heads trying to educate newer gym rats with advice that may stretch back decades. Often, this advice has little scientific backing and only has roots in anecdotes and “broscience”. Unsurprisingly, some of the […]

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Study: The Blood Sugar / Alzheimer’s Disease Link Continues to Grow

Alzheimer's Diabetes

In a recent investigation, a positive correlation was found between high blood sugar levels and cognitive decline associated with Alzheimer’s disorder. This finding is even more terrifying as the correlation is positive regardless of the participant’s diabetic state. In other […]

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Mice Live Better and Longer on the Keto Diet, But Will You? …and Do You Care?

Keto Diet Longevity

Recent studies show that showing low-carb diets help mice live longer.

But should we care?

The Keto Diet Mice Longevity Science:

Our review of this data centers on two investigations. The first by John Newman and Eric Verdin et al. […]

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Iron and the Keto Diet: Despite the Beef, You Still May Not Get Enough

Iron and the Keto Diet

Iron is an extremely important mineral that serves several functions in the human body. It provides oxygen to muscles, aids in the synthesis of hormones, and plays a role in cellular functioning.[1] It’s an integral part of every diet, and […]

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Keto Dieters Were Right: Low-Fat Diets DO Increase Death

Low Fat Diets Death

It looks like decades of death, deceit, and damage done by Ancel Keys, D. Mark Hegsted, Fredrick J. Stare, and the sugar lobby will slowly come to an end as the real truth behind Western metabolic disorders continues to unfold.[…]

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Keto Supplements: Mike’s Ketosis Supplement Experiment

Keto Supplements

The keto diet has been exploding in popularity, which meant that the supplement industry would soon follow. In this supplement experiment series, we find out if they’re actually adding any value to the market, and what ingredients you should or […]

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