Monthly Archives: October 2014

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Red Wine on the Banting Diet: Does Pinotage pass the LCHF Diet test?

Today on The Ask Prof Noakes Podcast we find out from Prof. Tim Noakes what the deal is with having a glass of red wine on the LCHF diet. What’s the effect and how bad is it for you or can you have a glass or two in the evening? Does Pinotage pass the LCHF Diet [...]

By | October 31st, 2014|

Banting and cheating: What happens when you cheat on the LCHF Diet

On this episode of Real Meal Radio we chat about the consequences of cheating on the LCHF diet and look into food addictions and how to overcome them. The Banting Diet is a Lifestyle On this episode of Real Meal Radio we look at cheating and cheat days on the LCHF Diet. We’ve spoken about [...]

By | October 29th, 2014|

How to tell if you’re headed for a heart attack on the LCHF diet

Today on The Ask Prof Noakes Podcast, we speak to Prof. Tim Noakes about a presentation he held on the LCHF Diet and ask him about the relationship between cholesterol and calcium when it comes to the risk factors for heart disease. Can the LCHF Diet reverse risk factors for heart disease? Mark McMillan attended [...]

By | October 28th, 2014|

Men vs Women: Why do guys tend to lose more on the Banting Diet?

On this episode of The Ask Prof Noakes Podcast, we delve into the FAQ between men vs women when it comes to losing weight and get some valuable advice from Prof. Tim Noakes on how to beat the blues because women don’t lose as much weight as quickly as the men. Don’t become despondent We [...]

By | October 24th, 2014|

Fat adapted: Do you need carbohydrates if running on the LCHf diet?

On today’s episode of The Ask Prof Noakes Podcast we discuss how you can explain the Banting diet to people who are against it because they don’t understand it. Prof Tim Noakes puts it all into plain language for us. Charles submitted his question for the LCHF podcast today and it has to do with explaining [...]

By | October 22nd, 2014|

Does the Banting diet affect children’s development and concentration?

On this episode of Ask Prof Noakes we chat to Prof. Tim Noakes about the subject of scientific studies on the LCHF Diet. We find out here about children eating a Banting diet and what effect it has on their concentration capacity. Does the Banting diet affect children’s development and concentration? We’ve mentioned the book The [...]

By | October 20th, 2014|

The three mistakes parents make when feeding their kids a LCHF Diet

On today’s episode of The Ask Prof Noakes Podcast we talk about the convenience trap when it comes to feeding our children. Prof Tim Noakes guides us on the most common mistakes parents make when introducing their children onto the LCHF diet. Sometimes when you’re caught off-guard….. It is easy as a parent to fall into [...]

By | October 18th, 2014|

The Banting Diet: Making sure your child’s health comes first

Today on The Ask Prof Noakes Podcast we chat to Prof. Tim Noakes about the amount of recommended carbohydates for children versus the amount for adults. Would they consume the same amount or would it be different and why. Making sure your child’s health comes first On the LCHF diet or Banting diet does the amount [...]

By | October 17th, 2014|

Teaching multiple truths: Is there only one correct food pyramid?

On today’s episode of The Ask Prof Noakes Podcast we chat to Prof. Noakes about a very sensitive issue - teaching multiple truths. We look at conventional dietary guidelines and how to deal with them. Teaching multiple truths David Rowe sent us an email this week. His entire family buy into the benefits of the LCHF [...]

By | October 13th, 2014|

Banting and Conventional thinking: What’s changed with the LCHF Diet?

On today’s Ask Prof Noakes Podcast we take a look at the ‘traditional’ thinking on nutrition and how to make it easier for your child to understand the LCHF diet without them being confused and influenced by their peers and teachers. We received an email from a concerned parent. They are having a problem trying to explain [...]

By | October 10th, 2014|
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