In this day and age of “fake news,” it’s becoming even harder to see clearly in the world of health and nutrition.
It’s a rather shocking observation that health gurus that those who write diet books and give advice on how to live healthy longer appear to live shorter lives than the average person.
Over my past 20 years of interest in alternative nutrition, I have met a few individuals who have lived on fruit exclusively for years on end.
I just broke a 36 hour fast with fresh apples and a few dates.
I try to fast at least 24 hours regularly, but in the past few months, I haven’t managed to do so.
Let me describe the total opposite of me:
Imagine someone who early in life discovers that he has some time of passion or interest for something.
“The Ketogenic Diet” is the latest buzzword in the nutrition world, but this is an approach to weight loss and dieting that has existed for over 150 years under different guises.
Many readers asked me recently to review what they call the “ketogenic diet craze.”
“The Ketogenic Diet” seems to be the new buzzword in the Paleo community this year.