Hi, I am a skinny guy,or I am unless I eat 150 to 200 carbs per day from starches, even when not heavy lifting (2x week). If I don't eat carbs I lose weight super easily. My target bodyweight is 79 kilos. I like the sound of CBL, it would be... (more)
Hi everyone, I'm new here. I'm 47 years old, about 6" tall (182cm) tall, September last year I hopped on the scales and realised I had gotten FAT, 104kg. So I bought a new pair of running shoes and started running 3 times a... (more)
Hello Everyone! My name is Billy and I am working on my Masters in Clinical Nutrition at New York University. I became interested in the field because I was an obese teenager that found health and wellness in my early twenties and lost 93 pounds... (more)
Hello! I started paleo about 2 months ago and from all the information I read, I always thought paleo was about eating until you were satisfied as long as it was the right kind of food. Then I discovered ketosis and found out I need to limit... (more)
Don't get me wrong - I love the diet. I've been paleo for about a year now, and I look and feel better. Except for my face. I used to only get a pimple every now and then, but slowly my skin starting getting worse on the diet, and now my cheeks... (more)
So far, no specific foods have been linked to acne production. Certain conditions can trigger it, like obesity or elevated levels of certain hormones like estrogen and testosterone. But overall, your acne might not have anything to do with your... (more)
So here is the thing, I have been eating raw meat and liver for most of my life off and on with no ill effects, but now I have found out I am pregnant. Doctors advise against eating raw or undercooked meat during pregnany mostly it seems because... (more)
I've been getting compliments saying "You're looking well" and I suspect that it could be because of how diet affects appearances. I guess my diet is working. I've been paleo for over a year so you get good at being paleo after a while. Has anyone... (more)
Hi! I am doing a little self diagnosing here and wondering if SIBO could be my problem area. Since nothing has been working for some time. Here are a list of symptoms I have been experiencing: -Bloating almost every day,... (more)
Say to no self-diagnosis. Go to a doctor, get legit medical advise. A proper diet cannot fix everything and that's the only think we can recommend.
- Bone Broth
- Eating Disorder
- Menstrual Cycle
- Ex Vegetarian
- Hormone Imbalance
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Hi! I have been perusing the forums for a question that poses a similar situation to mine, but was unable to find one. So, I decided to finally post my own question to get some advice. I am curently recovering from anorexia, from which I... (more)
I'm doing some research for a paper for school that discusses all of the reasons why soy is not the health food so many people seem to think it is. I've found plenty of credible sources for that. I also want to discuss why this myth is so... (more)
I'm getting close to the point in pregnancy where they will schedule the test for GD. The drink that they give you for the test looks like it contains a lot of artificial ingredients, preservatives, etc. I am wondering if there are any good... (more)
I live in Canada and of the Walmart products I've only tasted the Thai Kitchen coconut milk which I thought was the best until I heared arroy-d is better. Any opinions?
Anyone know what exactly is defined as "organic" salmon? I'd imagine its not wild salmon or it would say that, but surely its better than regular farmed salmon, but I just don't know how. Anyone know about Costcos organic salmon?
I've had gastro problems for a few weeks and have been diagnosed with having a parasite. I'm on antibiotics for it now. The doctor said having electrolytes would help greatly with the fatigue I'm feeling. I bought some from the... (more)
You can buy unflavored "Electrolyte Water" at Whole Foods for about $0.99 per liter. I used it during colonoscopy prep. It has no flavor, but it's got balanced potassium and sodium.
I'm not really much of a breakfast person, but I take a few supplements in the morning that require you to have something in your stomach. I've read that often it's because the supplement needs fat to better enter your sytem. Would it be ok... (more)
He and Attia have funded a big study with their NUSI group. It still appears to be all about good and bad foods. However it also looks like they've become fitness nuts. Maybe someday they'll get it all together. At least they've taken a... (more)
Hello everyone, Quick context: Used to be very, very fat did a juice fast for 8 weeks two years ago. I gained a bit during the summer so I just did a three-week juice fast. I'm feeling great, I'm thin -- it is awesome. I do crossfit five times a... (more)
I just up with cystal springs.... and noticed there plastic containers have number 7 on it which means they probably are NOT bpa free.... This is very dissapointing, should i cancel this already due to this fact? are those 5 gal safe at all?
Hi, first I'd like to just give you a brief background on myself: I have been slowly gaining weight for 2 years and found out last year I have insulin resistance (I had gained about 5 or 10 pounds in 2012 after becoming depressed and binge... (more)
So I'm thinking of switching to a more fish based diet instead of grass fed beef if I can get cheaper fish. After a nutritional comparison the only thing missing is zinc which I can supplement with two oysters/day. But now I'm worried I... (more)
There is plenty O6 in eggs and coconut oil. Not sure what coconut cream is, but if it is coconut oil, 136 grams will contain over 4 grams of O6, which is more than enough.