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Counting Calories

Counting Calories
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I used to believe that one's weight was a simple matter of calories in verses calories out and that calories are calories regardless of source. However, over the years of Type-1 diabetes testing, logging and analyzing, I have learned that it is not that simple. A major lesson learned is that carbohydrate calories...
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Breakfast Beans to Beat the Hangries

Breakfast Beans to Beat the Hangries
When I say " From Sun to Plant to Plate ," I really mean it. Not only should we eat plant food in as close to its original state as is possible and palatable, but the dawning of the morning sun should remind us to start the day with plant energy on our plate so...
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Denise Rose
I like how you weave in the quote from Dr. Barnard showing how common it is to eat beans for breakfast in so many parts of the wor... Read More
Saturday, 03 February 2018 23:29
Sean Carney
Thanks for considering this. In our work we can't really afford to be hungry in three hours because we will not have any opportuni... Read More
Sunday, 04 February 2018 07:55
Denise Rose
Wow, you last 6 hours with your breakfast food! That is impressive! I will share your strategies with others now that I better und... Read More
Sunday, 04 February 2018 10:52
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Relation between a diet with high glycemic load and plasma concentrations of high-sensitivity C-reactive protein in middle-aged women.

High glycemic load is associated with elevated plasma high-sensitivity C-reactive protein levels and high ischemic heart disease risk.

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Popular diets: correlation to health, nutrition, and obesity.

Vegetarian diets are associated with low body mass index and obesity risk.

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Dietary fat intake as risk factor for the development of diabetes.

High consumption of dietary fat may elevate the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

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Can Low-Carb Diets Impair Brain Function?

Can Low-Carb Diets Impair Brain Function?
Chances are, you have many friends or family members that have been lured into eating one of the many types of low-carb diets. These high animal protein, carbohydrate restrictive diets promise quick weight loss results without having to exert much effort. Dieters enjoy the fact that they can lose weight rapidly without having to give...
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Sara James
I get most of my carbs from brown rice, fruit, veggies, etc. I actually don’t have the intense cravings for sugar I used to, my ma... Read More
Sunday, 04 February 2018 15:15
Sean Carney
Hello Sara, We are not fans of the Atkins diet. You can check out the result from a search on DrCarney.com. Here is a link for a s... Read More
Sunday, 04 February 2018 21:26
Ken Thomas
Hi Sara, I'm not sure if you are asking if a whole-foods-plant-based diet is "safe" for kidney stones or diabetics or if you are a... Read More
Monday, 05 February 2018 11:20
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Our Beloved Fats and Evil Carbs

Our Beloved Fats and Evil Carbs
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Over the years, our society has discovered new dietary insights. Each new discovery results in a shift to a different and highly popular diet coined with its own name. Currently, some of the most popular diets are Paleo, Mediterranean and the old faithful Adkins diet. Moving past the 1950’s, as America continued to...
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Are all Carbs Bad?

Are all Carbs Bad?
Obesity rates have skyrocketed and has grown to concerning proportions in the last decade. It's estimated that 80% of adults in the U.S. are overweight. In fact, due to rising obesity rates in children, doctors are seeing an alarming number of children suffering from chronic diseases that use to be seen only in middle-aged adults. With...
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Ken’s Type-1 Diabetes Journey Part 6: Glycemic Index and Attention Span

Ken’s Type-1 Diabetes Journey Part 6: Glycemic Index and Attention Span
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As a Type-1 diabetic, the study of insulin and metabolism has been a subject of obsessive interest for the last 26 years. From personal experience I have found that maintaining normal blood sugar involves more than simply injecting insulin. It turns out that it is not entirely a simple matter of matching insulin...
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Carbophobia

Carbophobia
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Carbophobia as defined in the Urban Dictionary is “An irrational fear of element 6 of the periodic table (aka carbon), from which all organic life is based. …Currently a source of great hysteria. Carbophobia has reached such levels it’s become its own religion.” While that definition is just as wee bit tongue-in-cheek, I...
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Is it true that eating carbohydrates will make me gain weight?

Whole plant foods, which are rich in both complex and simple carbohydrates, do not promote weight gain and are an essential component of a Starch-Smart® diet. Whole plant foods are low in calories and nutrient-rich. The weight and volume satisfies our appetites, prevents cravings, & sustains human life. Carbohydrates (starches such as rice, corn, potatoes,...
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