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Lazy Keto

Lazy Keto: A Realistic and Sustainable Approach to Improved Health

I kind of hate the term “Lazy Keto,” or “Dirty Keto.” In its essence, the only restriction of keto is that you keep your carbohydrates low enough to trigger a metabolic state of ketosis. When carbohydrate levels are 20g per day or less, your body is essentially not storing anything by means of glycogen. The…

Sugar and Alzheimer's: How Carb Consumption is Linked to Brain Health

Sugar and Alzheimer’s: How Carb Consumption is Linked to Brain Health

You may have seen people refer to Alzheimer’s disease as Type III Diabetes and now there is some scientific evidence that has come to light that creates a strong link between the two. Many are now finally seeing the risks that over consuming carbohydrates have on your chance of becoming insulin resistant and the potential…

Eating Fat for Effortless Weight Loss with Keto

Eating fat on Keto is the only way I was able to lose weight.

There is a new study making its way around the news world, “Dietary Fat, but Not Protein or Carbohydrate, Regulates Energy Intake and Causes Adiposity in Mice.” In response, you may have also seen some of the outrageous headlines exclaiming that the only macro-nutrient responsible for weight gain is dietary fat. As followers of the…

Keto Celebrities List

Keto Celebrities that Embrace the Low Carb Lifestyle

Did you know that there are some Keto celebrities that follow a low carb way of eating? Who knows, maybe one of them has stopped by No Bun Please at some point! LeBron James In an interview with Sports Illustrated, LeBron mentions that he follows a very strict diet that appears to fit in with…

Surprising discovery in low-carb vs. high-carb debate

Surprising discovery in low-carb vs. high-carb debate

Times are changing. People are finally catching on to a low-carbohydrate way of eating! In a recent post by Time, scientists now suggest advising people to focus on watching their carbohydrate levels instead of fat. The study was comprised of 135,000 from 18 different countries. The average diet was made up of 61% carbohydrates, 23%…

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