Interesting articles about low carb living

Linda O’Byrne, our nutritionist, brings you a selection of positive and thought-provoking blogs that explore the many benefits of a low carb approach.

    05-07-2022

    If you’re looking for a way to kick those empty calories and beat those cravings once and for all, we have a few strategies that could help.

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    09-06-2022

    Do you find it difficult to eat fewer carbohydrates when you’re outside the home? This isn’t uncommon as many cafes, restaurants, food outlets etc offer foods that are rich in carbohydrates.

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    23-05-2022

    This debate can be very confusing for those with diabetes and is very individualised. It also depends on the type of diabetes – pre-diabetes, Type 1 or Type 2.

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    06-04-2022

    It is frustrating to find him losing weight almost effortlessly after just a week of cutting out the pizza and beer, while you’re battling for every hard-lost pound!

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    14-03-2022

    The food you eat has a direct impact on your mood. And with one in four people suffering from mental health issues, its time we start to take a closer look at what we're putting on our plates and how this is impacting our overall sense of well-being.

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    04-02-2022

    Make your weeknights easy with some low carb sheet pan meals!

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    18-01-2022

    Summer is the time for salads to shine! A they work wonderfully as part of your keto friendly and low carb lifestyle.

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    02-12-2021

    Here are some recipes to help you craft a yummy low carb Christmas menu.

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    04-11-2021

    Whether you’re a soon-to-be former couch potato, weekend warrior, avid exerciser or in training for a competitive event, you can work out on a keto or low carb diet.

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    12-10-2021

    The Fat Fast is a short-term, low-calorie, high-fat program (1,000 calories/day and 80% fat) that you follow for three to five days to help jump start your metabolism and help with weight management.

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    06-09-2021

    Over the years, I have discovered a few methods for overcoming the “naysayers” in my life.

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    27-08-2021

    As days are getting longer and the sun is getting warmer, Atkins has curated five tips to help renew your health and fitness goals ahead of spring.

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    14-07-2021

    Healthy cooking oils are a great source of polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats. Atkins has compiled a list of the healthiest oils to cook with (plus the healthiest oil for frying) to use in your recipes.

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    04-06-2021

    There are plenty of keto milk options available, from heavy cream to unsweetened almond milk.

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    14-05-2021

    Obesity is a leading risk factor for high blood pressure. Left undetected or uncontrolled, high blood pressure may lead to health conditions such as heart attacks, heart failure or stroke and is also one of the risk factors for developing metabolic…

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    21-04-2021

    The secret to succeeding on your keto or low carb lifestyle comes down to planning and making sure you have all the right tools, food and recipes on hand.

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    29-03-2021

    Getting a healthy balance of protein, carbs, and natural fats is vital. Here’s how you can successfully ratio your daily macros on a low carb diet.

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    22-02-2021

    ‘Keto’ has become a lifestyle buzzword, but you may not know that keto diets are founded on the same principles as the Atkins lifestyle. Ketosis is the process that occurs when your body burns ketones for fuel instead of burning glucose generated…

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    07-01-2021

    One of the biggest low carb lifestyle challenges for many people is limiting our intake of baked goods, which are famously high in carbohydrates. That’s why we’ve created this guide for low carb baking—so you can have your cake and eat it too!

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    08-12-2020

    Research shows that what you eat can affect the levels of inflammation in your body. Foods high in sugar and refined carbs trigger inflammation, which can lead to weight gain, diabetes, heart disease and Alzheimer’s.

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