Last updated on September 14th, 2017
On the podcast this week, I discuss the heavy cream that I put in my coffee, the research studies that trigger alarming headlines but shouldn’t, and the record-keeping that contributes to weight loss.
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#43 How do you take your coffee?
One of the great things about adopting an LCHF diet, other than losing weight and inches around the middle, is that you can drink your coffee with cream in it. Not “creamer,” not “milk,” not “half-and-half,” but real heavy whipping cream.
#44 Looking beyond the headlines about dietary research
When you encounter an article about a dietary study, it pays to read more than just the headline and summary, which are often more alarming than the details warrant. Here is a case in point …
#45 Weighing in on weighing in
Are frequent weigh-ins are good idea when dieting? If so, how frequent? What other records should you keep, and will they help you lose weight?
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