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To eat a low-carb diet is to go 180 degrees against the conventional dietary advice that has been promulgated by governments across the western world for decades. Yet this is precisely the direction that takes you towards health and longevity. If you continue with the mainstream best practice of a low-fat balanced diet you are likely to end up with diabetes and a host of modern chronic diseases. Welcome to the Matrix.
In this week’s Episode of Living outside the Matrix, Professor Tim Noakes discusses Carbohydrate and the pitfalls of eating too much if you are not genetically ‘carb tolerant’. The picture is a little more complicated than at first one might think, since all vegetables are carbs and no one here is advocating avoiding these. Listen to the podcast to get the whole picture of how a low-carb diet can keep you fit and healthy.
Professor Noakes is a controversial figure in the world of sports nutrition and diet, but only because pursuing the truth these days is controversial. He has long pursued and evidence-based scientific approach in all his thinking, being ostracised and even prosecuted for his commitment to truth and integrity. I consider him a personal hero and a true man of reason. It is inspiring to know there are researchers out there like Dr Noakes.
Previously here at lawfulrebel.com, we have exposed the dangers of wheat and whole grains – these, of course, being just the sort of carbs that produce a huge blood sugar level rise. We have also seen the benefits of eating a high-fat diet with Nora Gedgaudas, as well as taking a look at exactly what fats are healthy and which ones are not with Sally Fallon. In this episode (45) we look into the inevitable results of continuously spiking ones insulin level three times a day over several decades and how the low-carb diet can reverse these negative effects.
To complete the picture I recommend looking into the myth of Cholesterol causing heart disease as well. You can eat as many eggs as you like and you can gorge on butter, these are two of the healthiest foods you eat as well. I urge you to get interested in eating a completely different way and plan for longevity and health. Check out the absolute basics with the importance of gut health and the knowledge of Zach Bush and the whole new health paradigm of which he speaks so eloquently. You will benefit handsomely to the degree that you can think for yourself and go against prevailing government advice. You also have to ignore your Doctor to the extent that he/she is conventional. Doctors can be great for disease diagnosis or stitching you together after an accident. But they don’t know how to be healthy.
Other Resources for a low-carb diet
- Visit The Noakes foundation to follow the latest from Dr Noakes
- Pick up a copy of his best-selling book “The Real Meal Revolution“.
- “Living low carb” by Jonny Bowden.
- “The art and Science of low carbohydrate living” by Phinney and Volek.
- Read the story of un-necessary water consumption during sports and exercise in the book “Water logged” also by Dr Noakes.
The truth is that most people will benefit from a low-carb diet. As always I urge you to think for yourself, seek and find truth by asking questions, and join in the conversation and leave a comment. Either below or on Youtube. I wish you well.
Necklie Geoge says
The Atkins Diet is an amazing weight loss diet plan that helps you lose weight without counting calories. You can lose as much as 10 to 30 pounds in the first month on atkins diet meal plan of meat, fish, eggs, cheese, good carbs and good fats!
Nigel Howitt says
The Atkins diet is indeed a great start. But things like what kind of fats to eat and which to avoid was not addressed by Atkins, nor the importance of not eating too much protein (since excess is broken down into sugars), nor the importance of toxicity avoidance in food. Toxicity avoidance is a huge topic starting with eating organic and then choosing your food carefully. For example, processed factory farm meats versus organic grass fed well-raised meats. The difference is enormous. Thank you for your comment. Nigel