For those who are curious, I hold a PhD in Medical Biochemistry. My dissertation dealt with one of the mechanisms of insulin receptor signaling; however I have not actively done science for two decades. Nonetheless, my biochemistry training showed me that the low-carb lifestyle is a valid one, and I have low-carbed successfully for more than fourteen years.
But that's enough about me. This blog is about you. Low-carb works both for weight loss and for good health. It doesn't matter if you're male or female, young or old, short or tall, rich or poor, morbidly obese or maintaining a normal weight. The purpose of this blog is to focus on you, to discuss the science behind the low-carb way of life, and to help you understand how it can work for you in your journey to good health!
If you'e new to this blog, you'll find a lot of information here.
Science is best absorbed in small bites. (Otherwise your eyes will glaze over and you'll fall into a coma!) You might want to bookmark this site and come back occasionally for a study break or a work break. Pick an article that looks interesting, read it, think about it, and come back later for more!
Have a wonderful time. Rest, enjoy. We miss you.
Thanks! I miss you guys, too! The picture on the front page is a stargazey pie. I hope to find (and eat) one when we get to London. Best wishes as you keep up your low-carbing adventure!
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