This Week in Low Carb News: Really Cool Ketogenic Guidebook and More


Ketogenic Guidebook – I’m not sure who created this thing but what a cool thing if you are new to the ketogenic diet.

NAFLD and a low carb vs low fat diet – Very interesting study pitting the 2 diets against each other.  Guess which one reduced the amount of fat around the liver?

Ketones and Longevity – New study showing a link between BHB and increased longevity

Access to Health Coach via App improves T2D Outcomes – Virta Health released the one year results from their 5 year study and it shows that T2D patients that adopt a LCHF diet and have access to a health coach via an app have better outcomes than those on the normal T2D intervention.

Metabolic and physiologic effects from consuming a hunter-gatherer (Paleolithic)-type diet in type 2 diabetes. – A look at a Paleo type diet and it’s effect on T2D

And finally Georgia Ede’s talk from the Ancestral Health Symposium.  Maybe eating plants isn’t as healthy as we thought,

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