Trying to jump start your low-carb weight loss? Jacqueline Eberstein discusses the many benefits of consuming an induction level of carbohydrates and utilizing fat for fuel.
Those of us learning to manage weight don’t want to begin the New Year unhappy and disgusted with ourselves again. Jackie Eberstein gives you some insight into stabilizing your metabolism, unlearning the old habits that have thwarted your success in the past, and new short-term low carb strategies that will lead to long-term success.
Celiac Disease and Other Gluten-Related Disorders by Jacqueline Eberstein. Celiac Disease and Other Gluten-Related Disorders by Jacqueline Eberstein. Looking at the symptoms and treatments of celiac disease.
Many people taking prescription or OTC meds are willing to risk some mild side effects to feel better. Package inserts, drug info sites on the Internet, pharmacists, and the prescribing practitioner can be helpful providing information about side effects. However, one of the potentially damaging side effects you are rarely told about is the negative effect of medications on nutrient levels. Drugs can interfere with absorption of nutrients or inappropriately increase excretion. Keep in mind that vitamins and minerals play a major role in hundreds and hundreds of chemical reactions in the body vital for life.
The production of ketones, when consuming less than about 50 grams of carbs daily, has been a major criticism of the diet since the publication of his first book Dr. Atkins’ Diet Revolution in 1972. The medical community, assisted by the media, continues to be in the forefront of furthering inaccurate info about this natural process of utilizing ketones to fuel the body. It is time to set the record straight.
Should you do the Fat Fast? Have you been successful on the low-carb lifestyle but have reached a plateau? Do you need to jump-start your Low-Carb weight loss? Jacqueline Eberstein, RN will help you decide if it’s right for you.