Ketosis vs. Ketoacidosis – Is there a difference?

Ketosis vs. Ketoacidosis – Is there a difference?

Let’s make a general but factual statement. Ketosis is not dangerous. Ketoacidosis is dangerous. Many people often confuse the two conditions. They are not the same thing! Ketosis Ketosis is a metabolic state in which your body uses ketone bodies in the blood as fuel,...

Part II – A Historical Timeline of LCHF

Part II – A Historical Timeline of LCHF Low-Carb-High-Fat diets are not new. In fact, as early as 1860, low carb higher fat diets have been documented to be effective not only for fat loss, but for improving a variety of health parameters. In Part I of this series, I...

Part I-Low Carb High Fat – The Diet-Heart Hypothesis

Part I-Low Carb High Fat – The Diet-Heart Hypothesis   The number one contention I hear from almost everyone I speak to about low carb high fat dieting is the diet-heart health connection that has been drilled into us since the 1950’s, that is, the 1953 “Seven...

Why We Sabotage Our Loved Ones – A Dieter’s Guide

The Family Saboteur – A Dieter’s Strategy For Success Change is hard. Change becomes harder when you’re friends and family sabotage your efforts to make lifestyle changes, intentionally or not. When people get threatened, they usually fight back. Lifestyle...
When God Works Overtime

When God Works Overtime

When God Works Overtime   Ever have something happen to you, or go through something, or run into someone only to look back on the details of it all and wonder how the heck it all came together so perfectly in the first place? That it was meant to be?   Missing that...

Opportunity Narrows as Capability Wanes

Opportunity Narrows as Capability Wanes Comprehending how WE live is a pretty common understanding. We know this to be true in the most basic of senses, as in birth, the fragility of life, and mortality. Even intellectually, we can decipher life as a series of...
Gym Intimidation Fears

Gym Intimidation Fears

The #1 reason I hear from people who are intimidated to join the gym is this: the assumption that everyone there is already in shape. I am here to tell you that is simply not true. It is my job, from the day you walk in, to help you get in shape and get stronger....

Diabetes – Challenging Conventional Advice

Trying to manage Diabetes is like trying to manage your vehicles oil leak. You know you have a leak but you don’t fix it. So you keep adding oil to manage the leak. It keeps leaking and you keep adding. Until one day, your vehicle breaks down and your engine...