LCHF - Low Carb High Fat Diet Ver 2

Cois's Photo Cois 22 May 2013

Due to the tragic event of the loss of the Hub, I will start anew..
Link to original posts (90% of it at least):
https://docs.google....0tJWHpaUFk/edit

Lets post those links so that we can get up to scratch again....

If I need to post a link on the first page, drop me a PM. WIll update as needed.


PLEASE NOTE
This tread is for LCHF ONLY

 

If you have a discussion on Ray Peat or High Carb start your own tread please.


What is the low carb, high fat diet?
As the name suggests, the diet suggests eating high fat and low carbohydrate and moderate protein foods.
The LCHF diet is different to such diets as the Atkins diet as there are no ‘stages’ to work through, so the diet can be followed indefinitely.


A Dumpzone with information:
https://drive.google...WE0&usp=sharing
https://www.dropbox....3oay/tD5ubEFGmr


Podcasts:
The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show
http://www.thelivinl....com/shownotes/
http://www.thelivinl...w-to-subscribe/


Ask The Low-Carb Experts
http://www.askthelowcarbexperts.com/


LCHF for Beginners
http://www.dietdoctor.com/lchf

http://www.marksdail.../#axzz2Xp6tjWDx
http://www.marksdail.../#axzz2Xp6tjWDx

http://www.marksdail.../#axzz2Xp6tjWDx

LCHF Recipes
http://pinterest.com...l/lchf-recipes/
http://www.lowcarbshighfat.com/
http://www.fatsecret...s&dietid=192189
http://authoritynutr...w-carb-recipes/

When it all goes wrong
http://authoritynutr...-low-carb-diet/


Post of davetapson on page one before the huge data loss...

This thread became more interesting and informative than any of us imagined.

For context, Prof Tim Noakes' original article.

To make it easy to find the resources mentioned in the thread, I will try and list them all here.

To find out what proportion of Carb / Protein / Fat you are eating:
www.myfitnesspal.com
Go to the 'MY HOME' tab, click on 'Goals', click on 'Change Goals', select 'Custom', click 'CONTINUE'.
The ratio of Carb/Protein/Fat can be set at the top of the list, below the Calories value.
www.mynetdiary.com

Links of note:
For beginners:
www.dietdoctor.com
www.marksdailyapple.com
eatingacademy.com

http://www.marksdail.../#axzz2Xp6tjWDx
http://www.marksdail.../#axzz2Xp6tjWDx

http://www.marksdail.../#axzz2Xp6tjWDx


And once you've read those:
eatingacademy.com
www.bulletproofexec.com
paleohacks.com
www.bengreenfieldfitness.com
nomnompaleo.com

Twitter - follow:
Prof Tim Noakes
Peter Attia
Mark Sisson
Andreas Eenfeldt
Alan Watson

Jimmy Moore
Diane Sanfillipo
Dr John Briffa
Dr Thomas Dayspring (cardiologist)

Books:
New Atkins, New You - Westman, Phinney & Volek
The Art and Science of Low Carbohydrate Living - Phinney & Volek
The Art and Science of Low Carbohydrate Performance - Phinney & Volek
Paleo Diet for Athletes - Friel & Cordain
Why We Get Fat - Taubes
Good Calories, Bad Calories - Taubes
Fat of the Land - Stefansson
The Big Book of Endurance Training and Racing - Maffetone
Challenging Beliefs - Noakes (if it took 30yrs to stop people drinking too much, how long will it take to convince people of LCHF!? - DT)

Podcasts:
Livin' la Vida LowCarb
Ask the low carb experts
Latest in Paleo
Paleo solution
CCFM interview with Noakes 2 (there are 2 others - I will try and find the links)

Supplements:
Superstarch

Want some science?
Ketogenic Diets and Physical Performance
Noakes' '...single greatest error in medicine in the past 60 years’ lecture - is there a podcast of this?
Spanish Ketogenic Mediterranean Diet: a healthy cardiovascular diet for weight loss
16 - 0 for LC


Another Resource (bietjie Local)
http://lowcarbislekker.wordpress.com/
(thanks @ alexander.lombard)
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LCHF Friendly Professionals
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Nutritionists:
Gauteng:
steve.peralta@healcoaching.com

 

Facebook Group:

https://www.facebook...70853383134956/


Edited by François Marais, 11 January 2015 - 09:00 .
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jcza's Photo jcza 22 May 2013

Please change the heading to LCHF
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Cois's Photo Cois 22 May 2013

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Sources of LCHF requirements
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Ketostix:
National:
  • From @flexia R150/100 plus R80 shipping. PM her.
Cape Town:
  • M-Kem
  • @flexia in Cyclefunatic of Durbanville
​Biozest:

National:
  • From @flexia - PM her.
Cape Town:
  • @fle
  • xia in Cyclefunatic of Durbanville
Source of grass fed beef, organic eggs, raw milk, real cream
Cape Town:
Grassfed Butter
National:
  • Kerrygold (salted): just about any big supermarket
Cape Town:
  • "The Dairy Exchange" in the Shoprite centre in Durbanville
​Gauteng:Flaxseed Oil:
National:
Coconut Oil:
National:
Gauteng:
  • Irene Village Fruit Market

Edited by François Marais, 02 July 2013 - 08:31 .
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jcza's Photo jcza 22 May 2013

Better?


Perfect! :thumbup:
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Cois's Photo Cois 22 May 2013

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The HTOne Fat Shake
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This is HTOne's fat shake. At full whack, it is not for the faint hearted, but is an awesome way to
get a good chunk of your daily fat. It would be advisable to start off with half the recommended
amounts of fat and build up. Drinking a glass of water straight after drinking the fat shake can
help stop any queazy feelings. Alternatively the shake can be drunk in portions during the day
instead of one shot in the morning.

150 - 200ml full cream milk
50g butter (Kerrygold or similar grass-fed origin)
(Heat the above two in the micro for 1-2 min to soften the butter)

30 - 50ml Coconut Oil (this will be almost solid in winter so you may have to pop into the microwave for a few secs to get it into liquid form)
25 - 35ml Flaxseed Oil (this should always be kept in the fridge, flaxseed is a MCT oil with BP lowering properties)
1 teaspoon Nomu Skinny Hot Chocolate (not the regular variety as that contains sugar)
1/4 - 1/2 teaspoon salt (Pink Himalayan or similar)

2 tbsp cream / heavy cream either added to the mix or used as a topping.

Put all of the above into a mixer / food processor for about 1 minute and you are good to go. Pour into your favourite beer mug.

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Peter Attia's Fat Shake
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Not as scientifically tuned as HTOne's shake, but good for when you do not have the fancy
ingredients available:

240ml heavy whipping cream
240ml sugar-free almond milk (in SA, we may as well just use full fat milk and call it good enough)
25gm sugar-free hydrolyzed whey protein
2-3 strawberries (can be frozen)

Edited by François Marais, 02 July 2013 - 08:32 .
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jcza's Photo jcza 22 May 2013

Did one of the hubbers not download the entire thread into a single document?
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(Deon)'s Photo (Deon) 22 May 2013

Did one of the hubbers not download the entire thread into a single document?


Who is going to try and summarise?

Last week on LCHF..
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Jacquers's Photo Jacquers 22 May 2013

Found a way to browse Google's cache: Go to http://cache.nevkontakte.com/ Paste in the Url: http://www.thehubsa....-high-fat-diet/
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Wet Ears's Photo Wet Ears 22 May 2013

Found a way to browse Google's cache: Go to http://cache.nevkontakte.com/ Paste in the Url: http://www.thehubsa....-high-fat-diet/


Great work!!
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Cois's Photo Cois 22 May 2013

See a few pages are stuck on the Google Cache
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P.A.K.'s Photo P.A.K. 22 May 2013

Today while looking what PnP has to offer for my dogs, I noticed dog treats advertised as 'low-fat', and found it quite funny because my mind immediately equates low-fat to unhealthy. And dogs need fat in their diet even more than us humans!
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tombeej's Photo tombeej 22 May 2013

You serious, all 160-odd pages lost?
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McD23's Photo McD23 22 May 2013

Almost a sin to lose all that information. Many hundreds of hours of accumulated knowledge on lchf in one easy to read and access source.
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P.A.K.'s Photo P.A.K. 22 May 2013

Almost a sin to lose all that information. Many hundreds of hours of accumulated knowledge on lchf in one easy to read and access source.


I think we had the biggest amount of LCHF info available on any South African site, and I guess it got lots of traffic from Google too
Edited by P.A.K., 22 May 2013 - 07:26 .
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tombeej's Photo tombeej 22 May 2013

I honestly feel a sense of loss, like someone/something has died.
Got to somehow try fire up some enthusiasm to start all over again. Dammit.
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McD23's Photo McD23 22 May 2013

I honestly feel a sense of loss, like someone/something has died.
Got to somehow try fire up some enthusiasm to start all over again. Dammit.

agreed.
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