Here are 5 simple steps to get you started reducing your carbohydrate intake.
1. Reduce your intake of sugary drinks such as cola, sports drinks, energy drinks and lemonade etc
2. Stop sugary snacking as much as possible, biscuits, sweets, cakes and fruit (yes fruit, except berries)
You don't need to keep eating, if you do then how is your body ever going to start burning fat?
YOU COULD EVEN SKIP BREAKFAST IF YOU'RE NOT HUNGRY
3. Cut out (or reduce if you have a lot) bread, potatoes and pasta as much as possible. Potatoes can be replaced, for instance mash can be made out of celeriac and most people think it tastes better. Bread can be made low carb, see our video here
4. Reduce serving size of rice or cut out rice completely. Rice can be made out of cauliflower and this reduces carbohydrates by 10 times! See our cauliflower rice video here
The amount of choice is endless, full of healthy whole foods. Salmon, Tuna, Avocado, Nuts, Cheese, Eggs, Butter, Cream, Green Veg, Sardines, Tuna, Sunflower Seeds, Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Bacon, Bacon!, Chicken, Turkey, Steak, Ham, Prawns, Cucumber, Lettuce, Sausage...in fact look at the meal plan picture!
For the last few decades we've been duped into believing we can cook our food in chemically processed factory-made seed oils and continue to have good health. Only now are we starting to understand that our health has suffered from this deception, whether the deception was intentional or not. The cell-membrane of every single cell in your body is made of fat/cholesterol, so obviously you want to be putting the best fat possible into your body. Putting an easily oxidized, inferior oil in your body leads directly to cell membranes that are much more susceptible to oxidative damage. In this video I tell you the very worst and the very best cooking oils, so you can build your cell membranes of the best fat possible. It is vital to your good health and longevity...
Your doctor telling you that your cholesterol level has gone up can be scary. Your doctor telling you that you need to take a Statin for your cholesterol can be terrifying. Let me calm your fears and tell you exactly what you should worry about with respect to the risk of heart attack and stroke. It's not what you think, and it's not what you've probably been told. There is a huge paradigm shift in medicine and nutrition. We have all be tricked to fear saturated fat and cholesterol, and now we are slowly realizing that neither of these nutrients are dangerous. Here are 3 books which will explain in detail the facts about cholesterol and saturated fat...
LIES MY DOCTOR TOLD ME (Chap 5): https://amzn.to/2DT8wc5
Big Fat Surprise: https://amzn.to/2DTOiPsGood Calories, Bad Calories: https://amzn.to/2INeyPfReview Article: https://bmjopen.bmj.com/content/6/6/e... Also, Real Salt is Good, not Bad: http://bit.ly/RealSalts