Good stuff here – and nice links!
Yesterday’s post introduced the low carb high fat (LCHF) way of eating.
It is preferable to consider LCHF not as a short-term fix ‘diet’ but rather as a nutrition plan that you and your family can adopt — just as you might have adopted a high carb low fat one!
If you missed my previous posts over the past several days, it might be worth your time reading them to better understand the science behind it: debunking popular breakfast myths, why overweight individuals not to adopt an athlete’s diet, why we should not graze and a case against grazing.
The primer below is not exhaustive. Information comes from my own 18-month experience as well as insights from other LCHF followers and medical practitioners.
N.B.: In order to avoid fatigue or light-headedness from Day 1, you will need to consume around a litre of water a…
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