Neurological Disorders and Low Carb High Fat “Diet”

As Registered Nurse, I can appreciate articles by accredited resources such as Harvard, Mayo, Rush or the Journal of Lipid Research.  All have performed great research regarding the positive effects of a high fat diet on neurological disorders.  Of the lengthy articles, here are some key points that I found pertinent to justify following a… Continue reading Neurological Disorders and Low Carb High Fat “Diet”

The Importance of Water & Weight Loss

Following high fat and low carb way of eating makes your body work harder, as with any “diet,” to get rid of wastes.  At a cellular level, your body needs water to help with those waste removing metabolic processes. Most people who go on a “diet” are overweight or obese.  According to Lemone and Burke’s… Continue reading The Importance of Water & Weight Loss

Getting High the Right Way, With Bacon

As I mentioned in my previous blog, ketones have a positive effect on the brain.  By cutting carbohydrates or carbs, you not only increase gamma aminobutyric acid or GABA in the brain, but also increase a chemical in the brain called Serotonin.  Serotonin can have an effect on mood, social behavior, appetite and digestion, sleep,… Continue reading Getting High the Right Way, With Bacon

Fast Food Low Carb Style

I am going to wager that you are just like me. Before you know it, dinner time comes up quick after a long day at work or a busy weekend; and you are too tired to cook one of the hundreds of fancy low carb meals that you have pinned on Pinterest. Rather than giving… Continue reading Fast Food Low Carb Style

Choosing the High Fat and Low Carb Way of Eating

You have probably found this blog after searching for ways to lose weight or because you have questioned a low carb lifestyle.  Perhaps you were researching ways to come off your medications.  Have you asked yourself as I have, “How did I let myself go?” Growing up I was  a lanky, spindly little girl, with