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How to Lose Weight: The Rules

How to Lose Weight

How to Lose Weight A strategy whose aim is to correct a dysregulated appetite and increase fat burning to ensure that weight loss is achievable and sustainable,  must be to correct the hypothalamus in the brain.The hypothalamus, in the brain,  is what controls appetite, fat burning and ultimately whether we lose, gain or stall at a […]

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Carbohydrate Timing For Weight-Loss

Eat carbohydrates strategically to boost metabolism and break through low carb weight loss stalls.

Carbohydrate timing/cycling to break through low carb weight loss stalls. ​Background: The master health regulator in the brain, the hypothalamus, controls appetite, fat burning, body weight, metabolic health and many other health parameters. As I described in ‘The New Science of Low Carb’; when we lose weight, we experience a drop in leptin levels, which means […]

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The Importance of Sleep for Weight Loss

Good sleep is essential for appetite and body weight control.

Good sleep is essential for appetite and body weight control. The importance of sleep in regulating health and metabolism is becoming more widely recognised.A study found that when subjects were deprived of sleep, at 4 hours a night, for four days; they took 40% longer than normal to regulate blood sugar levels after a high […]

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Alcohol and Weight Loss

Can I have alcohol on a low carb diet? How does alcohol affect weight loss?

Can I have alcohol on a low carb diet? Several studies have found that moderate drinkers are less likely to die, have reduced rates of heart disease and depression and they tended to have lower cholesterol, lower blood sugar levels, and suffer less from stress.As these health parameters are all indicators of hypothalamic function, it […]

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Why Soy Protein is in Fact an Awesome Food for Weight Loss

Soy protein is an unfairly maligned weight loss and health super food: Low fat, high protein, low carb and rich in metabolism boosting phytonutrients and fibre. Perfect for healthy, low carb, weight loss recipes.

There has been much debate about soy protein and its effects on health. The latest ‘cutting edge’ research strongly supports the idea that soy has been unfairly maligned, based on half truths and a lack of understanding of the complexities of human physiology.Misinformation and misunderstandings abound in the realm of internet ‘science’.Before we come to […]

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Why Leafy Greens are Awesome for Weight Loss

Don't forget your leafy greens on your low carb diet. You need the vitamin C to convert cholesterol to bile acids. Leafy greens control the appetite leading to easier, sustainable weight loss.

Green leafy vegetables have been shown in studies to increase metabolism, reduce appetite and increase fat burning.There are several mechanisms by which green leafy vegetables work  to achieve this:1.) ThylakoidsThylakoids are membrane bound compartments which can be found in the chloroplast of the cell in green leafy veg. The chloroplast is where photosynthesis takes place […]

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The Best Exercise Strategy for Weight Loss

Mini workouts of high intensity interval training, throughout the day, is the best exercise strategy for maximum weight loss and metabolism boosting.

HIIT- High Intensity Interval TrainingHIIT is a powerful tool to correct the hypothalamus in the brain. The hypothalamus is the part of the brain which controls appetite and body fat levels.  This is, in fact, how HIIT mediates its beneficial effects for weight loss and health.When you perform HIIT, a signalling molecule is released, which […]

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Low Carb/Ketogenic Diets: The New Science

The New Science of Low-Carb, Ketogenic Diets

​ ​Summary:Low carb/ketogenic diets cause weight-loss; prevention/reversal of chronic disease and premature ageing.The mechanism by which this is effected mimics the mechanism by which dietary sugar reduction reduces tooth decay.A reduction of dietary carbohydrates and sugars corrects the microbial environment in the intestine, similarly to in the mouth and this corrects various pathways to lead […]

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