The Future Of Low-Carb Retail Through The Eyes Of CarbSmart’s Andrew DiMino


Allow me to introduce you to a man named Andrew DiMino in Episode 38. He is the President and Founder of one of the most successful online low-carb retailers and brands called CarbSmart and he was gracious enough to sit down for a one-on-one chat with me during my recent visit to Reno, Nevada.

Eating Fat Improves Mental Health, Study Finds


Why so sad? You know, you really need to start eating more fat! A new study presented at the 64th Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Psychosomatic Society in Denver, Colorado has concluded that an increased consumption of omega-3 fatty acids could play a role in improving overall state of mind, controlling mood swings and diminishing erratic and sometimes suicidal behavior.

Study: Eating Eggs Lowers Calorie Consumption


A new study out of Canada reveals something about a popular breakfast food that people who are livin’ la vida low-carb already know about. Published in the lastest issue of Journal of the American College of Nutrition, the study found that eating just 2 eggs for breakfast helps keep people satisfied longer than a small bagel does because of the high amount of protein contained in them. As a result, study participants had less hunger and actually took in fewer calories over the next full day as a result.

Stop Lying To Yourself, Start Losing Weight


On the heels of the release of Eric Oliver’s controversial book Fat Politics which claims the “obesity epidemic” is just one big conspiracy theory comes this Scotsman column about the kind of world we would have if people genuinely stopped caring about being overweight or obese.

Cells ‘Remembered’ Being Fat Even After Weight Loss, Study Shows


Now I think I’ve heard it all about why overweight and obese Americans can’t seem to lose weight. It’s their muscle’s fault!
This Newsday article points to a new study that found the muscles of obese people have been altered genetically to essentially gather fat even after weight loss.

Is The “Total Wellbeing Diet” A Good Low-Carb Option?


There’s a new diet coming out of Australia that is all the buzz right now in that country as well as the UK. It’s called the “Total Wellbeing Diet” and was developed by Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) researchers Dr. Manny Noakes and Dr. Peter Clifton to help people enjoy the speedy benefits of the Atkins diet in combination with the health results provided by the glycemic index (GI) diet.

Study Affirms Breakfast Really Is Most Important Meal Of The Day

Low Carb Breakfast

We have heard it over the course of our entire lives that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Now there is new evidence that suggests this traditional adage passed off by many doctors as healthy advice for generations is actually true.

What Is Considered Healthy Low-Carb Eating?


  Originally published in Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb.  What is considered healthy low-carb eating? This topic is very debatable, even within low-carb circles, and that’s why I wanted to write about such an important subject. As someone who used to be a big, fat slob weighing in at 410 pounds, I think I know a little something about the turnoff of most diets. People can get discouraged by the perception that a diet is excessively and unnecessarily rigid. That’s exactly {Read full article}