Ben Davis Story – First Ultra Race

By Doug Reynolds on January 30, 2018

[Editor’s Note:  Currently, Ben is trying to share his experiences with all the veterans out there to show that the Keto Diet can be used to aid recovery from PTSD as well as managing the chronic pain from injuries sustained during their service.  In an effort to shine a light on his efforts and share […]

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Are Ketone Breath Measurements Better Than Blood?

By Doug Reynolds on December 29, 2017

People are always looking for a simple way to test their ketones.  Now LEVL has a new ketone breath monitor that allows you to test your ketones with a comfortable breath. Why would someone choose to measure ketosis using exhaled breath (acetone) instead of urine (acetoacetate) or beta-hydroxybutyrate (BOHB) in the blood? Breath is easy […]

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Treating Obesity And Diabetes with Fasting

By Doug Reynolds on December 26, 2017

“How can I advise my patients on their obesity issues if I can’t even keep my own weight under control?”  That was the primary question on the mind of Dr. Brian Lenzkes, an Internal Medicine Doctor based in San Diego, as 2017 started to take shape.   Then he discovered Ketosis and experienced huge success.  Since our […]

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LCHF For Chronic Pain?

By Doug Reynolds on December 19, 2017

About 17 years ago, Tyler Ritchey was hit by a car doing 80 miles/hour.  He lost his left leg and has had over 90 surgeries since then. Now he talks about how he is using LCHF for chronic pain.  The Ketogenic Diet has given him relief after 17 years of suffering. He was on the […]

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Methane Emissions from Cows: Ecological threat or not?

By Doug Reynolds on December 12, 2017

As you dig deeper it becomes apparent that the data presented on the ecological threat of this issue is taken totally out of context and that the cries about methane emissions from ruminant animals are nothing more than systematic scaremongering by those pushing their plant-based-diet agenda.  They look only at the emission data without balancing […]

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Why Do We Fear Saturated Fat?

By Doug Reynolds on December 8, 2017

Why Do We Fear Saturated Fat? The answer to that is: systematic brainwashing by the sugar industry and government!  Just over a year ago now, it came to light that internal documents to the Sugar Research Foundation (now the Sugar Association) were discovered by a researcher, Cristin E, Kearns, at the University of San Francisco.  These […]

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Physicians Are Unaware Of The Truth Regarding Healthy Nutrition

By Doug Reynolds on November 30, 2017

Let’s first qualify that statement by saying that NOT ALL, but ‘MOST Physicians are still unaware of the truth regarding healthy nutrition’.  Dr. Robert Lustig tweeted recently, “Restricting carbohydrates is removing the major contributor to high glucose levels and insulin resistance.  The solution is so evidently simple, yet scientists have been resistant to accept it.” […]

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Are YOU Addicted To Sugar?

By Doug Reynolds on November 17, 2017

What’s the first thing you need to do if you are going to adopt a Ketogenic or Low Carb Diet?  Ditch The Carbs!!  To be a bit more specific, you need to ditch the sugar first.  Then you can set about removing the rest of the unwanted carbohydrates from your diet.  But Sugar Addiction is […]

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Angst About Confronting Family?

By Derek Ashauer on November 16, 2017

‘Tis the Season, the holidays are coming!  Time for family feasts, holiday parties and friends to get together.  What is everyone going to think about your new (or not so new) eating habits?  How do you feel about the Holiday Diet and confronting some of those traditional foods that are filled with nostalgia? First of […]

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Do You Worry About Low Brain Cholesterol Levels?

By Doug Reynolds on November 14, 2017

Who would have thought?!  Although the brain represents only 2% of total body weight, it contains 20% of the body’s cholesterol.  The Cholesterol Levels in the brain are high on purpose—because it needs large amounts of cholesterol to function properly.  Just the mere mention of the word cholesterol elicits feelings of fear and angst in most […]

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Dealing with Dietary Differences During the Holidays

By Doug Reynolds on November 9, 2017

Traditional holiday dinners used to be so simple.  People would gather from near and far, enjoy each other’s company, feast on secret family recipes, rub their bellies with satisfaction, and fall asleep on the couch.  That was until your sister became a vegan, dad went paleo, your little brother developed a life-threatening nut allergy, and your […]

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Low Carb Diet For Type 1 Diabetes, A Personal Story

By Yassine El Quarzazi on November 6, 2017

Editor: Yassine came all the way from Belgium to attend our San Diego event in August 2017 and submitted this story about his daughter to us afterwards about how they are using a Low Carb Diet For Type 1 Diabetes.  We felt we had to share it with you. On August 19th 2016, our 11-year-old […]

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I’m Just A Mom Who Has To Feed A Family

By Doug Reynolds on October 30, 2017

Dr. Kristie Sullivan appears regularly on our main stage at the LowCarbUSA® events.  She began her low carb journey in 2013 after a lifetime struggle with obesity.   At the age of 30, she had gastric bypass surgery, she has tried Weight Watchers, acupuncture, B12 injections, low-fat, low-calories, bromelain supplements, strict exercise, and more to lose weight.  Nothing […]

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Dr. Georgia Ede Back For 2018

By Doug Reynolds on October 28, 2017

Dr. Georgia Ede first appeared for us at one of our Low Carb Conferences, ‘LowCarbUSA® – West Palm Beach‘, in January, 2017 where she addressed the treatment of Alzheimer’s using a ketogenic diet.  We were so impressed that we invited her back to speak at our flagship event in San Diego in August, 2017 and again […]

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Once Disabled Nutritionist Gives Back For The Holidays

By Doug Reynolds on October 25, 2017

When I first met Carole Freeman I saw a bubbly, motivated nutritionist who was teaching her clients how to address, and even reverse, their health and Chronic Disease Problems through the adoption of a Well Formulated Ketogenic Diet. Pam and I have come to know Carole well and have learned that her passion not only […]

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Barefoot Running Doc Talks Exercise Longevity

By Doug Reynolds on October 16, 2017

Dr. Mark Cucuzzella MD FAAFP is a Professor at West Virginia University School of Medicine. He is also a LtCol in the US Air Force designing programs to promote health and better fitness in the military with the USAF Efficient Running Project. In military and civilian community he has been a tireless promoter of healthy […]

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Renowned Epilepsy Specialist Makes Discovery

By Doug Reynolds on October 8, 2017

While studying the effectiveness of the dietary treatment of patients with epilepsy, Dr. Pavel Klein observed that the diabetic patients in the study lost weight and showed signs of their diabetes entering remission.  He learned that these observations were supported by a number of research studies showing the effectiveness of this dietary treatment in controlling […]

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Low Carb USA® – San Diego 2017 Set to Be Bigger and Better Than 2016

By Doug Reynolds on November 1, 2016

This event is shaping up to overshadow the 2016 event with more prominent speakers added, a larger expo and much higher attendance. San Diego, CA, October 5, 2016 (Newswire.com) – In July of 2016 Low Carb USA, an organization focused on dietary education, hosted a landmark conference on the low-carbohydrate diet which was held at the Westin Gaslamp Hotel in Downtown […]

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Sugar Free Wine, The Healthy Option

By Doug Reynolds on April 25, 2016

Ketogenic Wine from Dry Farm Wines have zero carbs and no added sugar, additives or artificial coloring.  They are lower alcohol wines and are mycotoxin free.  FDA Approved, this Sugar Free Wine leaves you with NO HANGOVER! Whenever we find ourselves explaining the advantages and benefits of a Ketogenic Diet to someone, one of the […]

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And So It Begins!

By Doug Reynolds on February 9, 2016

How did we get involved in hosting Low Carb events, anyway?  Well, as more and more real scientific studies are done regarding the current USDA nutritional guidelines it is becoming increasingly evident that they have been the cause of a catastrophic epidemic of chronic disease including Type 2 Diabetes, Cardiovascular Disease, Hypertension and Morbid Obesity. […]

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