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    Another dietitian comes over to the dark side

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    graham64
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    Another dietitian comes over to the dark side

    Post by graham64 on Fri Mar 24 2017, 21:22

    A Dietitian’s Journey – three weeks in

    INTRO: Three weeks ago, the pain of changing was less than the pain of remaining the same and so I changed. At that time, my blood pressure had hit dangerously high levels and I didn’t even know what my blood sugar levels were, as I hadn’t checked them in ages. I didn’t want to know. Despite being a Dietitian, I was in classic denial. March 1st, I began eating low carb high fat (LCHF) and doing short periods of intermittent- and alternate-day fasting (IF). Keep in mind, three weeks is an incredibly short period of time and I did not expect to see these kinds of results.  There was not only significant weight loss and loss of inches around the waist, but lower blood sugar and blood pressure, as well.

    Today is three weeks since my journey began and here is an update on my progress – three weeks in.

    More here:  http://www.bbdnutrition.com/2017/03/21/a-dietitians-journey-three-weeks-in/


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    Re: Another dietitian comes over to the dark side

    Post by chris c on Sun Mar 26 2017, 23:50

    Oh brilliant! I just went through her blog. A dietician more interested in outcomes than incomes, there are getting to be quite a lot now.

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