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Here’s What Happens in the Hour After You Drink a Can of Coke (and What Happened to Me When I Tried It): http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2015/07/29/heres-what-happens-in-an-hour-after-you-drink-a-can-of-coke-and-what-happened-to-me-when-i-tried-it

Fascinating infographic detailing exactly what happens to you metabolically after drinking a 12-ounce can of Coca-Cola. If you stop and think about all these things that are taking place, then it will likely make you rethink drinking it anymore. And lest you think having the "diet" version of sugary soda is any better, you're not off the hook either. Although you don't get the sugar (high-fructose corn syrup) effects described here, you get everything else. Ummm, no thank you! And to think I used to drink 16 of these a day. Sheez!
"Pop" goes the tab on a can of Coke. Maybe you sip it and it's gone in 20 minutes, or maybe you were thirsty and downed it in just a few glugs. Either way, 39 grams of sugar, 45 milligrams of sodium, in addition to some phosphoric acid, caffeine...
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The Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show (Episode 987): LLVLC Classic – Dr. Stephanie Seneff On Low-Carb, Cholesterol & Obesity: http://livinlavidalowcarb.com/blog/the-llvlc-show-episode-987-llvlc-classic-dr-stephanie-seneff-on-low-carb-diets-cholesterol-and-obesity/25196

In the months of June and July, I’ve been taking some time away from my regular podcast schedule. So on Wednesdays, I’ve been airing older LLVLC Show Classic episodes that are no longer on iTunes. And today I have the last one before he returns to his normal podcasting schedule next week and it’s a great one featuring a Senior Research Scientist in the Computer Science and Artficial Intelligence Laboratory at the Massachusetts Institute For Technology (MIT) named Stephanie Seneff (who was one of my featured experts in my 2013 book Cholesterol Clarity). Dr. Seneff has long been sounding the alarm on the detrimental role of carbohydrates in our diet and how it has led to rampant obesity and chronic disease. If you’ve never heard her before, then you are in for a real treat. Don't miss this original interview I did with an amazing voice in the real food movement.
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Lawsuit: Popular brand of almond milk contains almost no almonds: http://www.kirotv.com/news/news/national/lawsuit-almond-milk-contains-almost-no-almonds/nm6Sm 

Got almond milk? I've often railed companies for promoting their products as something they are not, most notably margarine companies describing their product as "buttery" or "like butter" (don't get me started on this nonsense). Now it seems Blue Diamond is in trouble for claiming their famous almond milk is "made with real almonds." 

A consumer in Tulsa, Oklahoma is suing them for false advertising since it seems the product only contains about 2% almonds and the rest water, sugar, sunflower lecithin and carrageenan (a popular thickening agent). I've always wondered how you "milk" an almond anyway. The bottom line is that we consumers deserve so much better truth in advertising on products.
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Uhm, you can make your own almond milk by soaking them in water (dig up a recipe).. so obviously you're not getting 100% almond juice - why would you want that anyways? That'd probably be like drinking a glass of olive oil - mmmmm sounds yummy. It's an alternative to dairy milk. Don't like it... don't buy it.
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Listen Up #Paleo Episode 32: Talking #Keto With Jimmy Moore: http://paleoonabudget.com/2015/07/28/listen-up-paleo-episode-32-talking-keto-with-jimmy-moore

If you're not already listening to this amazing podcast cohosted by +Liz McGaw and +Kelly Bejelly, then you owe it to yourself to give it a listen. This was the most fun I've had in an interview in like EVER! We talked about #TheKetogenicCookbook, how to eat well traveling, the benefits of going ketogenic, a little bit of singing, Little Debbie recollections, and a fight for who loves butter the most (ME ME!). You're gonna love this half-hour of entertaining jibber-jabber! 
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My New Book The Ketogenic Cookbook: Now Available And Where To Find It: http://livinlavidalowcarb.com/blog/my-new-book-the-ketogenic-cookbook-now-available-and-where-to-find-it/25171

It's the release date for #TheKetogenicCookbook today and you can get it in paper and ebook versions on Amazon.com and in stores at Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million, and independent bookstores in the United States as well as Amazon.ca, Costco Canada English-speaking locations, and Chapters/Indigo stores throughout Canada. The rest of the world can get it wherever books are sold in your area. 

THANK YOU for supporting this project that my coauthor Maria Emmerich and I poured our hearts and lives into this past year. We think you'll be proud to own this first-of-its-kind low-carb, high-fat book of recipes using real food ingredients with many dairy-free and nut-free options. If you like what you see, leave us a review at Amazon! 
The day has arrived for my third book in as many years and this very well could be the one I am most proud of. After writing a couple of consumer-friendly sciency-like books with low-carb, high-fat...
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The Evidence Supports Artificial Sweeteners Over Sugar: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/07/28/upshot/the-evidence-supports-artificial-sweeteners-over-sugar.html 

Nobody is denying the harmful effects of sugar on your health because it is well-documented to raise blood sugar, insulin levels, and inflammation among other negative health problems. But these fake sugars have their issues too that weren't talked about in this column by the Indiana University School of Medicine professor of pediatrics Aaron E. Carroll. His assertion that there is "most likely none" regarding ill effects from consuming sucralose, aspartame, acesulfame potassium, and other popular artificial sweeteners is just conjecture. 

Kudos for getting his kids to limit their sugar consumption but you're programming your brain to expect sweetness when you drink these "diet" fizzy drink concoctions as an alternative. I understand the strong pull this has on the mind and body having just come off of them a few months back. There are better ways to do it that don't involve putting questionable chemicals into your body. I argue that a tiny bit of sugar (0-10g at most) is better than consuming unlimited amounts of these artificial ones every day of the week. The goal is NEITHER and that's not discussed in this New York Times article either.
Added sugar is bad for your health, studies indicate, while sugar substitutes do not deserve the bad reputation they have acquired.
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Evidence supports mercury over arsenic.... that's how I read it. I do use a little splenda, but less every year.
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Online symptom-checkers are often wrong: https://ca.news.yahoo.com/online-symptom-checkers-often-wrong-220336492.html 

Do you use one of the popular apps for helping you to identify what your symptoms could mean when you get sick? A new UK study says these are highly unreliable. They found examining 23 of them that they could only accurately identify the actual problem 1 in 3 times leaving two-thirds of the people down the wrong path to seeking care when it may not be needed at all.

The lead researcher expressed his concerns: “The risk is that people will be told to get care when they didn’t need it and bear the costs and inconvenience, or they will be told not to seek care when they have a life-threatening problem.” And that's the rub with these things attempting to completely replace medical care. These are nice to use as a tool, but seeing a professional healthcare provider when in doubt is always the best choice. 

Try to find a naturopath, functional medicine practitioner, or others in the alternative health field to assist you. Your health depends on it!
By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) - Online symptom checkers often misdiagnose patients’ problems, often encouraging people to seek care for minor issues that don’t need immediate attention and other times incorrectly telling people with true emergencies that treatment can wait, a U.K. study suggests. The apps were imperfect at best, offering the correct diagnosis on the first try only about a third of the time. At the other extreme, symptom check...
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Junk food IS addictive: Saturated fat found in cakes, biscuits and pies has a 'similar effect on the brain as Class A drugs': http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-3160919/Junk-food-addictive-Saturated-fat-cakes-biscuits-pies-similar-effect-brain-Class-drugs.html

Does anybody else see what's wrong with this headline and accompanying photograph to go with it? They say junk food is addictive. Agreed. But then they turn right around and say there are negative brain health effects that come from consuming these foods. Right again. And yet when they identify the culprit foods as cakes, biscuits, and pies, you would think they're referring to carbohydrates since that's the major macronutrient in all of these foods. But you would be wrong. 

They point the finger at saturated fat which is a minuscule by comparison part of those truly junk foods. Full-fat meats, cheeses, cream, coconut oil and other healthy saturated fats actually ENHANCE brain health. These science writers that pen these stories know the benefits of a low-carb, high-fat, ketogenic diet, but they'd rather have a sensationalist headline instead. 
The University of Montreal study found foods rich in saturated fats heighten reward-seeking behaviour - much like an addict has to increase their dose over time.
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The Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show (Episode 986): Jimmy Moore And Maria Emmerich Release The Ketogenic Cookbook: http://livinlavidalowcarb.com/blog/the-llvlc-show-episode-986-jimmy-moore-and-maria-emmerich-release-the-ketogenic-cookbook/25185

For many years, there have been cookbooks available to help low-carb dieters spruce up their meal selection and add in a little variety to the mix. But with the increased attention given to ketogenic diets that are low in carbohydrates, moderate in protein, and high in fat over the past few years, the demand for recipes that fit this has been very high while the selection of cookbooks that meet this demand has been next to nil. Until now. After the success of my 2014 bestselling book on ketogenic diets entitled Keto Clarity, I decided to join forces with one of my fellow keto troubadours in wellness named Maria Emmerich from MariaNutrition.com and author of the 2013 bestseller Keto-Adapted to create what is sure to be the go-to cookbook for people following the ketogenic diet! Listen in to hear all about what is sure to be one of the most highly-anticipated new health books of 2015!
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The Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show (Episode 985): Dr. Michael Ruscio Shares The Truth About Low-Carb Diets And Gut Health: http://livinlavidalowcarb.com/blog/the-llvlc-show-episode-985-dr-michael-ruscio-shares-the-truth-about-low-carb-diets-and-gut-health/25162

There’s been a lot of accusations thrown around in the past few years regarding the impact that a low-carb, high-fat, ketogenic diet is having on the gut health of those who choose to eat this way. It’s been especially strong from various vocal members of the Paleo community who have been promoting the consumption of the so-called “safe starches” and other such foods to feed the good bacteria in the gut. But some of the suggestions that have been made don’t sit well with a Walnut Creek, California-based functional medicine practitioner named Dr. Michael Ruscio and host of the “Health, Nutrition, And Functional Medicine” podcast on iTunes who understands the need for patient individuality in treatment and that customizing a plan to take care of the microbiome while also being mindful of blood sugar and other health markers is critically important to making sure the patient is doing the right thing for them. Listen in for a fabulous conversation!
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Low-Carb, High-Fat, Ketogenic Diet Shopping List For Costco Stores: http://livinlavidalowcarb.com/blog/low-carb-ketogenic-diet-costco-shopping-list/25066 

More and more people are shopping at warehouse stores these days to save time and money. But for people following the low-carb, high-fat, ketogenic diet, it can seem like there is nothing you can get in these stores for your healthy lifestyle. However, it’s simply not true and I show you how in this blog post. LOTS of great foods and products to choose from.
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Haven't had that one. The one mine carries is an organic kind.

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