Tag Archives: Low carb

What Type Of Eater Are You?

Twenty-seven years old. Finishing medical school to enter a surgical residency at Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Peter Attia (just Peter at the time) was on top of the world! Until the back pain started. What began as one day calling in sick … Continue reading

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The Scoop on Low-Carb Eating

There are many proponents of low-carb dieting, much research in support of it, and a slew of people with real results (just do a Google image search). Still, there remains skeptics. And for understandable reasons. Two legitimate questions are often … Continue reading

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High Protein, Low Carb or High Fat, Low Carb?

By now, you’ve probably heard about low-carb eating, and may have even adopted the lifestyle yourself. If you’re a little new to the whole low-carb thing, it’s not just about weight loss. Health benefits can include reduced risk of diabetes, … Continue reading

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Fats As Fuel Help Runner Win 100-Mile Race

Still unsure whether a low-carb diet can coincide with an athletic lifestyle? Last month we talked with CrossFit Endurance founder Brian MacKenzie extensively about using fats as the body’s primary source of fuel and turning on  PGC-1α, the gene responsible for the … Continue reading

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