The low-carbohydrate diet has been around for decades, yet it has never been as popular as it is now. Why the sudden increase in popularity? Much of the reason is because many people are overweight or obese and have problems with their diets. There are many diets out there today. Which one is right for you? There is no “right” answer as there are best diets for everybody.
Dr. Stephen Phinney is a professor of clinical medicine at the University of California, Davis. He is the author of the best-selling book “The New Atkins for a New You” (2008) and the website “Dr. Stephen Phinney’s Blog”. He has done extensive research on low-carb diets, ketosis, and the effects of high-sugar diets on health and weight loss. In this blog post, Dr. Phinney answers questions submitted by readers.
There is a group of people who are so passionate about the low-carb lifestyle that they go out of their way to inform people that they’ve been living it firsthand. One of those people is Dr. Stephen Phinney, a medical doctor and the author of The New Atkins for a New You, which is arguably the best book for a low-carb diet.
Dr. Phinney, who is also the founder of Virta Health, believes that low-carb is the best way to go for weight loss, he says. He will also explain why he believes it works, and also the dangers of low-carb living.
What do I need to know to stick to a low-carb diet for the rest of my life? Dr. Stephen Finney, MD, PhD, is the expert on this subject. He’s spent a lot of time researching carbohydrate-reduced diets (and exercise).
He offers this information and also speaks about traditional civilizations that did not eat much carbs in this presentation from last year’s LCHF conference in Cape Town. To view it, the organizers are selling entry to the full LCHF conference for $49.
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Dr. Stephen Finney discusses carbohydrate-free lifestyle.
In the first of a two-part series, Dr. Stephen Phinney explains why he switched to a low-carb diet, his experience with the diet so far, and what he has learned about the benefits of low-carb eating.. Read more about the art and science of low carbohydrate living pdf and let us know what you think.