Author: ketokooking

  • Study: Time restricted eating is an effective intervention for metabolic syndrome

    Study: Time restricted eating is an effective intervention for metabolic syndrome

    Reducing visceral fat is extremely important. That’s the fat you can’t see. It’s the fat that builds up in your organs and will kill you over time. There is something called “skinny-fat” which describes someone who looks fit or healthy from the outside but has fat surrounding their internal organs. There are so many acronyms […]

  • Onion Braised Brisket for Two

    Onion Braised Brisket for Two

    This takes a while to cook so set this aside for a weekend. The recipe is slightly adapted from the original I found online that used a 6 pound brisket. That’s too big for my wife and myself. When I buy brisket I buy it when it’s on sale and divide it into 2 pound […]

  • Small study finds ketogenic diet benefits mental illness

    Small study finds ketogenic diet benefits mental illness

    The study is tiny. But, if true, I think it adds to the other evidence that human beings might be naturally allergic to carbohydrates. So many ailments seem to improve when on a low carb or ketogenic diet that it is getting harder to ignore the evidence. Symptoms of depression and psychosis improved in all 28 patients […]

  • Study shows naturally lean people eat and move less

    Study shows naturally lean people eat and move less

    Researchers studied the difference between healthy underweight people versus normal weight people and found those people who are naturally lean eat less and move less than those with normal weights. The stereotype of the lean person that can eat anything they want because they burn it all off may not be true. The study found […]

  • Is peanut butter keto friendly?

    Is peanut butter keto friendly?

    According to an article in Good Housekeeping 3 registered dieticians say peanut butter is keto friendly. In general, registered dietitian Abigail Rapaport Fay, RDN, says that natural peanut butter is absolutely keto-friendly. This is because they follow the ratio of high fat, moderate protein and low carb (and low sugar). Molly Devine, RDN, a registered dietitian and the author of Essential […]

  • Creation of US dietary guidelines correlate with rise in childhood obesity

    Creation of US dietary guidelines correlate with rise in childhood obesity

    I was reading an article by Zoe Harcombe this morning where she covers why we eat carbohydrates. In the article she gives the year in which the United States started issuing dietary guidelines. It’s 1977 by the way. I had always thought the federal government’s involvement in the public school system, in particular the school […]