Everything you wanted to know about Ketosis and the Ketogenic diet by the top experts in nutrition and science. Jimmy Moore and Dr. Eric Westman have been on a mission to help us understand what the low carb lifestyle means to our health.
The long awaited 100 page paperback edition is now available from Amazon.com. The Fat Fast Cookbook was written by Dana Carpender, Amy Dungan, and Rebecca Latham to help anyone looking to break a low carb weight loss stall or for those looking to kick their body into fat-burning Nutritional Ketosis.
It’s been a spectacular journey over these past year, testing the concept of nutritional ketosis on myself. What started out as a simple n=1 experiment to learn if a very high-fat, moderate protein, very low-carbohydrate nutritional approach could make a impact on my weight and health once a traditional Atkins or Paleo-style diet wasn’t working for me anymore, has now become much more than that.
Now Available! Jump-Start Your Low Carb Weight Loss with CarbSmart’s Fat Fast Cookbook by Dana Carpender & the CarbSmart Staff! The Fat Fast – 1,000 calories per day, 90% from pure fat – resulted in average fat loss – not just weight loss, but fat loss – of over a pound per day! It’s a radical, short-term strategy, but boy, does it work.
With all the talk recently about Nutritional Ketosis, Many of us are looking for ways to add more healthy fat and oils to our low carb diet. One of the favorite low carb oils has been macadamia nut oil. This healthy oil gets 100% of it’s calories from fat – perfect for Nutritional Ketosis or a Fat Fast.
In the past few years, scientists have discovered that a contributing factor to Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia is insulin resistance. In fact, some researchers are now referring to Alzheimer’s Disease as type 3 diabetes, an illness which affects only the brain. People who suffer from this condition are unable to accept glucose into their brain cells (neurons) and as a result, those cells starve. In her first column for CarbSmart, Vicki Cash, RN, BSN, examines the use of coconut oil as a treatment for Alzheimer’s Disease.