Category: Nutrition

Food Inflation is Not a Concern on the Peasant Diet

Food prices are spiking and people are complaining. I’m not. The Peasant Diet that I designed back in 2016 not only will lean you out, you’ll also save a lot of money on food.

I wanted to post this earlier, … [continue reading]

In Defense of Low Fat Dieting

Low carb diets can work. When you reduce the number of carbs you eat, you can absolutely lose weight. There are a few reasons. Most processed foods are higher in carbs and foods lower in carbs are often higher in … [continue reading]

Hyperlipid For Dummies

For several years now I have been aware of Hyperlipid. It is a technical nutritional blog that is highly regarded, especially in the low-carb community. I’ve always felt there was something worth learning, but it was beyond my comprehension … [continue reading]

Pavel, Peat, and Potatoes

Because I use the 3rd party search tool by Algolia, I get a report on what the readers of this blog are searching for. The top 3 topics consistently have been Pavel Tsatsouline, the Ray Peat Diet, and Potato Hacking[continue reading]

Should one ever diet?

It is a common assumption that if one is overweight and they want to improve their health that they need to diet. Is this a correct assumption? Reports are that between 70% and 95% of dieters that lose weight will … [continue reading]

Escaping PUFA Hibernation

FireInABottle recently put out another outstanding post about the metabolic destruction that industrialized seed oil has inflicted upon the world.

Humans and Hibernating Mammals React to The Same Amount of Dietary Linoleic Acid in the Same Way. By Becoming Torpid.[continue reading]