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Unlocking low carb menu planning – New eBook

Unlocking Low Carb Menu Planning - eBook

If you watched Masterclass II, you will know that for the past month I’ve been frantically working on a short eBook about unlocking low carb menu planning. I’ve very excited to announce that it is finished! I know that menu planning is a pain point for many people, and so I’ve made this guide available at £2.29 to …

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The “Last 7 lbs is being stubborn” dilemma – This is why it really should not bother you!

Standing on a Scale - Scale - Weighing Yourself

One of the things that is most likely to discourage anyone slimming down is not reaching their (self-)assigned goal weight. Even with the luxury that is low-carb eating, not seeing those pesky “I’m at Goal!” digits showing on a set of scales can be annoying and disheartening. Generally, people pick (or are assigned) a goal weight according to charts …

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Choosing the best nutrition | Nikola Howard

Warm confit ocean trout, autumn vegetable a la grecque, horseradish mayonnaise

A follow up post to Crap in = Crap out written over on my general life-coaching website, all about low-carbing, and about the practicalities around making good nutritional choices! Enjoy. Source: Choosing the best nutrition | Nikola Howard Following on from the thoughts in my previous post “Crap in = Crap out“, I wanted to …

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Why are many low-carbers “obsessed” with sticking to 20g of carbs a day?

Medieval weight set

I’ve been re-editing/tidying/updating various articles for republication recently, and as I was revamping the FAQ article, I realised something… I suddenly figured out why so many people stick with the Dr Atkins’ “induction” carb level – it’s because of the 3rd week stall phenomenon! Dr A suggests the initial “induction” of 2 weeks at 20g/day, then …

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