Low-Carb Lifestyle Vital Information by Dr. Beth Gruber

Low-Carb Lifestyle Vital Information by Dr. Beth Gruber

Dr. Gruber is a graduate of the Southern California University of Health Sciences, and has been in private chiropractic practice in Long Beach, California since 1964. She also received both a Bachelor’s Degree and a Master’s Degree from California State University at Long Beach. She has written on health-related subjects for over 30 years, for several different publications. She lives in Southern California with her husband of 33 years. Both she and her husband follow and live the low-carb lifestyle full time.


Protein Digestion and Absorption

Dieting By “Blocking” Starch and “Blocking” Fat

Know About ‘The Stack’ Before You Take It!

Good-bye To A Pioneer

Herbal Preparations

Diet Pill And Dieting

Chemicals And Pills For Weight Control

Weight Loss In Clubs And By Drugs

Devices And Machine To Make You Slim

The Resurrection Of Calorie Counting – Big Time!

The History Of Diets And Dieting Part I

The History Of Diets and Dieting Part II

The History Of Diets And Dieting Part III

The History Of Diets And Dieting Part IV

The History Of Diets And Dieting Part V The First Low Calorie Plan

The History Of Diets And Dieting, Part VI More Approaches To Weight Loss

What Are Sugars And Starches?

What Is Dietary Fiber and The Glycemic Index?

What Are Enzymes?

The Digestion Of Simple Sugars and Supplemental Digestive Enzymes

The Final Stages Of Carbohydrate Digestion

Sugar By Any Other Name Would Be As Sweet

Protein and Amino Acids

Protein And A Horror Story

How Much Protein

What Have We Learned So Far?

Can We Eat Only Protein?

Plan Ahead To Prepare For Emergencies

What Are Fats?

The Attack On Dietary Fat

Dietary Fats – Getting to The Official Opinion

Perhaps Fats Are Not So Evil, After All!

Cholesterol: Is It A Devil Or An Angel?

The Functions Of Dietary Fat

What We Have Learned About The Low Fat Controversy

Definition of Fats and Oils

Diegestion Of Dietary Fats

Fats, Ketones, And Ketosis

The Effects Of Dietary Fats On Disease

Fat Is One Kind Of Lipid, But There Are Others

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How’s Your New Year’s Resolution? Remember Things Take Time – CarbSmart Podcast Episode 6

So how are those Low-Carb New Year's resolutions coming? I'd like to add one to them if you don't mind. Be patient. Remember Things Take Time. Impatience is the death of most diet and exercise regimens, whether undertaken for the new year or at any other time. In our podcast, Dana Carpender examines the expectations of Low-Carb Resolutions and how to turn them into Low-Carb Reality.

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