The science on intermittent fasting provides strong data. But can doing a fasting-mimicking diet or other caloric restriction create an eating disorder?
This article collects my first FMD notes and lessons learned, which I hope will help you plan for your own program after you read Longo’s book.
Summary for the fasting-mimicking diet (FMD) method with easy plant-based recipes using fresh ingredients, including breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks.
The subject of dietary fat is one that science understands the best, in particular the role of saturated fats and trans fats in the development of heart disease. Not all fats are bad: they can represent a wonderful source of energy while adding flavor to your meals.
There is a lot of confusion about carbohydrates. Are they all a form of sugar? Should they be avoided? In this article we discuss the types of molecules and the equally important concept of glycemic index (GI), the role of dietary fiber and glycogen as an energy buffer.
In this post we explore the role and types of protein in nutrition. Are animal proteins different from those found in plants? What do 50 grams of proteins look like in meals? Are excess proteins harmful?