My review of the Low Carb Creed
Over the December holidays I was able to finish reading the newly released book The Low Carb Creed by Sally-Ann Creed, Merle Westcott and Janita Bold. What a fantastic read. The content is comprehensive and easy to understand. Everything you need to know about eating the low-carb, healthy fat way is contained within the fresh-looking white and green foil cover. Read the rest of this entry
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Last week saw a dream come true for me. My goal and passion has always been to share with others what I know about the Banting way of eating (low-carb, moderate protein and high fat). I truly believe that it is the best way to good health and vitality. Last week I was honoured to be training side by side with one of South Africa’s top nutritionists, Sally-Ann Creed (who is also co-author of the Real Meal Revolution). Yes, that red book!
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The healing power of LCHF
Most people focus on the weight-loss aspect of a LCHF way of eating. For many people it is the diet that FINALLY works for them and allows them to easily maintain their weight-loss. But in this post, I share with you one woman’s incredible story of how LCHF healed an intolerable skin condition for which none of the doctors and specialists she consulted could find a cure. My friend’s journey back to health illustrates very powerfully how the food we eat impacts not just our waistlines, but our health. This is Helen’s story……. Read the rest of this entry
My personal journey: An update
Last week I celebrated my birthday – the big 40. Although I am totally chilled about having reached this milestone, it definitely has been a time of reflection for me. I can look back over the last few decades, knowing that my life has been abundantly blessed.
I have a wonderful family, amazing friends and a lovely home. I feel proud to have achieved so many of my goals – this blog being one of them.
What still eludes me however, is ridding my body once and for all of the excess weight. It has been my life-long struggle and it’s getting old. Read the rest of this entry