The Dangers of Carb Loading

Carb loading is viewed as an essential practice by people who engage in vigorous exercise. But it is a practice that can lead, over time, to disastrous health consequences, including heart disease, dysbiosis, and fatty liver.

And it is also entirely unnecessary, a dietary mistake created by a misinterpretation of scientific studies conducted 70 -80 years ago.

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The Trouble With Magnesium and Migraines

Getting magnesium supplementation right can make the difference between magnificent relief from migraine headaches or no benefit at all.

In the Wheat Belly, now the Undoctored program, we use the best form of magnesium available, magnesium bicarbonate, that we make ourselves using the Magnesium Water recipe. But it is important to recognize that, even if you have a normal blood level of magnesium, profound magnesium deficiency can be present and will sustain migraine headaches. Long-term consistent use is therefore crucial for effect.

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Living for Likes

I’ve been blogging here for almost a decade, and lately, I find myself desiring to say less. I go through phases in which I post everything and phases in which I post very little. I’m less active on social media than I have been in the last several years too, and while I enjoy many aspects of it, I also enjoy my day-to-day life with my family and friends. It seems that I care less about the number of likes or comments I get on Facebook and/or Instagram than I used to. I still enjoy connecting with the friends I made through those mediums, but I’m learning that it’s okay to talk less. When we live for likes, we die by the absence of them, and I never want to give something so silly so much control over my life. I used to define myself by the way strangers on the internet saw me or thought of me or by the stupid things I did in my past, but living differently (and caring less about how strangers view me – good and bad) over the last several years has been such a relief. My life is more peaceful now than […]
All the Weigh

Count Your Blessings – Not Your Calories

For years you’ve been wrongly told that: “To lose weight, eat less and exercise more.” “Calories in, calories out.” “A calorie is a calorie.”

These gems of conventional dietary wisdom aimed toward controlling weight are simply not true. All calories are far from equal. For example, 1,000 calories of baked goods are not the same as 1,000 calories of, say, meat, vegetables, or olive oil. When it comes to calories, I suggest you forget that you can count at all.