Archive for the ‘Science’ Category

Ben Bikman – What is Insulin Resistance, Really? Ep 62

By Doug Reynolds on December 23, 2020

Download Episode What a fascinating discussion with Dr. Ben Bikman about what Insulin Resistance really means.  He makes this statement towards the end but I would like to highlight it right here at the start, “We should be studiously avoiding dogmatic thinking and constantly be checking what we think we know, lest we become that […]

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LowCarbUSA 2021 Virtual Boca Conference Adds More Top Speakers to Powerhouse Lineup

By Chris S. Cornell on October 30, 2020

The upcoming LowCarbUSA® 2021 Virtual Boca Conference has recently added several more incredible presenters to the powerhouse lineup, and the virtual nature of this event means that, much like the hugely successful Virtual San Diego Conference this past August, low-carb/keto adopters from around the world will be able to easily (and affordably) be able to […]

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Training Practitioners in LCHF and Funding Research: Ep 42

By Doug Reynolds on March 24, 2020

Download Episode Jayne Bullen is the leader of The Noakes Foundation and works closely with Prof Noakes and a team of visionary scientists in Cape Town, addressing the escalating obesity and diabetes crisis in South Africa and the world through research and community education interventions.  She talks here about how she found the Low Carb […]

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“Nobody Can Say It Doesn’t Exist”

By Chris S. Cornell on February 13, 2020

Dr. Joan Ifland Says Time Is Now For Medical Providers to Take a Stand Against Processed Food Addiction There are still medical professionals who refuse to acknowledge addiction to processed food as a real condition. Dr. Joan Ifland, PhD, MBA, FACN, has spent years of her life combing through more than 6,000 studies, and she […]

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Low Carb Boca Conference Was Eye-Opening for Attendees, Career-Changing For Presenter Brian Lenzkes, MD

By Chris S. Cornell on February 7, 2020

The feeling of enthusiasm in the air at the LowCarbUSA® Boca 2020 Metabolic Health Conference was palpable. You could feel it in the lecture hall as each speaker in the all-star lineup took the stage. That feeling continued after each presentation, as attendees—including many top doctors, nurses, dieticians and other health professionals—lined up behind the […]

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Jess Dudley: Community Game Changer

Community is the “Game Changer”

By Doug Reynolds on May 18, 2019

It’s been 4 yrs on a Low carb Ketogenic approach and I have to say without a doubt that being a part of a community has made all the difference in my journey with weight loss. In the beginning, it was all about finding others who were eating the same way!  I saw a plethora […]

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Low Carb Wine from Dry Farm Wines

Low Carb Wine, The Only Healthy Option

By Doug Reynolds on May 17, 2019

All the wine distributed by Dry Farm Wine is Low Carb Wine.  In fact, they actually have zero carbs and no additives or artificial coloring.  They are slightly lower alcohol wines and are mycotoxin free and, as a result, NO HANGOVER! One of the first objections to a Low Carb Diet invariably is, ‘what about […]

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Clinical Guidelines for Therapeutic Carbohydrate Reduction

Clinical Guidelines for Prescribing Carbohydrate Restriction

By Doug Reynolds on May 16, 2019

Instigated by Gary Taubes and coordinated by Dr. Adele Hite we are extremely proud to announce the publication of our first official version of Clinical Guidelines for ‘The Prescription of Carbohydrate Restriction as a Therapeutic Intervention’.  In order to ensure the integrity of the document, we formed a board of advisers made up of extremely […]

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The Pieces Are In Place: ‘Standard of Care’ (SoC) Initiative

By Doug Reynolds on October 25, 2018

You will remember that, from a legal perspective, SoC or ‘Standard of Care‘ is defined as “providing health care in accordance with the standards of practice among members of the same health care profession with similar training and experience situated in the same or similar communities at the time the health care is rendered.”  In other […]

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Professional Training in LCHF/Ketogenic Nutrition & Treatment

By Doug Reynolds on May 9, 2018

On the 1st of May, 2018 the Nutrition Network  officially launched the Online Course: “Professional Training in LCHF/Ketogenic Nutrition & Treatment!” This online, CME-approved low carb training course is the first of it’s kind and has received full international CPD (Continuing Professional Development) accreditation.  It is worth 23 CPD units for participating medical professionals! At LowCarbUSA® we […]

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USDA Seeks Input On Dietary Guidelines

By Doug Reynolds on March 10, 2018

In February, 2018 the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced a new step in the Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGA) development process.  Did I hear this right??  For the first time, they are seeking public comments on the proposed priority topics and supporting scientific questions that […]

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Kick Sugar Summit 2018

By Doug Reynolds on February 10, 2018

Due to popular demand the Kick Sugar Summit 2018 live event is running a bunus ENCORE weeks from ran from March 12th to March 18th.  The summit is 100% virtual and 100% free to watch live and you cab still register for all the talks left this week.  There are over 25 speakers from around the world lined up to […]

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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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