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Weight Loss is a Marathon not a Sprint

I’ve been on this diet for over 2 months now. So far I’ve lost over 10kg, which isn’t bad going, but I know I need to lose quite a bit more. Actually a LOT more. But how much weight I need to lose and how quickly I need to lose it isn’t really an issue. […]

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Recipe: Low Carb Cauliflower Mash

I’ll be the first to admit that I miss potatoes, rice and bread. I don’t miss them every minute of every day, but when I go to a supermarket that has its own bakery the smell of freshly baked bread is both appealing and pure torture. And don’t get me started with patisseries .. I’ve […]

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Ketogenic Low Carb Diet One Month in

I said I’d try this ketogenic low carb diet for a month and then decide what to do. That month is now up so it’s time to do the assessment! I started this diet just over a month ago and the time has flown. Sure, there have been some low points, but overall things are […]

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Sticking to the Diet When Travelling

I’ve tried various diets over the years. Most of them involved following a plan of some kind pretty closely. For example, the Tesco Diet, was one I stuck to for several months. It sort of worked, but it and all the others ones fell apart as soon as I hit the road for business travel. […]

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Purging Carbs From the Kitchen Cupboards

I don’t like wasting food. If there’s food in the cupboard it needs to be eaten at some point by somebody. However if you’re following a low carb diet you quickly discover that a lot of the food in the cupboard simply is not compatible. Flour? Not unless it’s almond or coconut. Pasta? Not a […]

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