A school takes the LCHF plunge

This school in New Zealand is showing great leadership in its steps to tackle childhood obesity. Sugars have been cut from the menu and carbohydrates replaced with whole foods and good fats using nutrition advice from dietician Dr Caryn Zinn and Dr Grant Schoffield. http://www.stuff.co.nz/life-style/well-good/inspire-me/78372192/dilworths-new-diet-a-recipe-for-success Canned fruit, processed cereals and yoghurts for breakfast have been replaced with a daily cooked … Continue reading A school takes the LCHF plunge

An “idiots guide” and a nutty Asian sauce

"Low-carb, high-fat (LCHF) lifestyles are growing globally. So too is the compelling science on safety and efficacy of LCHF for weight loss and to treat diabetes, heart disease, cancer and dementia. Some specialists now call dementia  type 3 diabetes because of links with diet" Read more in this very good Q&A session on the basics of a low carb or Banting … Continue reading An “idiots guide” and a nutty Asian sauce

Dinner: Quick Hot Salmon Salad

Fish is high in many important vitamins and minerals. Fatty types of fish are also high in omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin D and is especially suited to an LCHF lifestyle. https://authoritynutrition.com/11-health-benefits-of-fish/ This recipe is also ideal for a picnic as fresh salmon is delicious cold also. Bring your dressing in a separate container to avoid … Continue reading Dinner: Quick Hot Salmon Salad