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Low Carb Breakfast Variety – Alternatives to “I’m Sick Of Eggs”

Low Carb Breakfast Variety - Alternatives to I'm Sick Of Eggs

Low Carb Breakfast Variety - Alternatives to "I'm Sick Of Eggs" - Eggs are a staple for low carbers at breakfast. They're quickly prepared, inexpensive, and versatile. While eggs do contain 0.6 grams of carbohydrates per egg, the carbohydrate count is low enough that they are easily incorporated not only into low carbohydrate breakfasts, but lunches, dinners, and snacks as well.

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How to Use Protein Powder – Includes Low-Carb & Keto Recipes

How to Use Protein Powder

How to Use Protein Powder for Baking and Cooking. Low carbohydrate protein powders come in several different types: soy-based protein powders, whey-based protein powders, soy/whey blend protein powders, egg-based protein powders, egg/milk blend protein powders, & rice-based protein powders. Here's how to use protein powders for cooking and baking.

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Dawn From South Carolina’s Story – A Low Carb Pregnancy Success Story

Low-Carb Diet Success Stories

Dawn in South Carolina is 32 years old and 5' 6" tall. Dawn contacted me, expressing the desire to share her success story with pregnancy and low carbing. Dawn had been doing the Atkins program for three years. Her pre-pregnancy weight was 133 pounds, and just prior to her delivery, she only weighed 157 pounds!

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Atkins Fat Fast – Breaking A Low Carb Weight Loss Stall

Healthy Fats Avocado

The Fat Fast (also called the Atkins fat fast), as outlined by Dr. Atkins in Dr. Atkins New Diet Revolution, is a tool that low carbers who are metabolically resistant can use to get themselves quickly into ketosis. It is also used by many low carbers (myself among them) to break a weight loss plateau or as a means of forcing themselves to get back on track when they have gone off-plan. Includes 17 quick fat fast recipes.

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What Are Fats? Misconceptions & Truths

Healthy Fats Butter

What Are Fats? Misconceptions & Truths. Article 13 of the Science of Low-Carb & Keto Diets series. Today we are beginning our discussions of dietary fats. In this new series of articles, we will be discussing the answers to the following questions: What are fats? What are oils? How are fats and oils digested by and absorbed into the body? We'll also be talking about how dietary fats relate to body fat. At the very start, though, let's consider how it is that so-called 'nutritional science' seems to tell us that every condition known to mankind is in some way related to dietary fat. How and why has fat been relegated to the position of being the "evil food?"

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Protein Digestion and Protein Absorption

Great Steak Recipe - Ribeye on Grill

Protein Digestion and Protein Absorption. Article 8 of the Science of Low-Carb & Keto Diets series. The protein parts of every cell in the body are being destroyed continually. As a result, our bodies need to replace these protein structures constantly. This requires that we eat protein every day. Fortunately, those of us who follow a low carbohydrate lifestyle, don't have any problems getting enough needed protein.

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Losing Inches But Not Weight Is Still Fat Loss

Losing Inches

Losing Inches But Not Weight Is Still Fat Loss. How the hell does your body hold onto weight and still manage to get smaller while you are on your chosen low-carb plan?!? Losing inches but not weight? You know the scenario: You are on Induction for two weeks, and you haven't cheated even once. You notice that your clothes fit better, that you are stepping a little livelier, and as far as you're concerned, all's right with the world.

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What are Sugars and What are Starches?

Sugars in foods

What are Sugars & What are Starches? Article 1 of the Science of Low-Carb & Keto Diets series. All of us living the Low Carb lifestyle use the words carbohydrate, sugar, and starch on a daily basis. But although we use the words freely, not everyone is clear on just what those words mean, how the substances relate to one another, or how they relate to other things we eat.

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