Monthly Archives: September 2014


I eat a LCHF Diet and after a long run I’m not hungry: Is this normal?

On this edition of The Ask Prof Noakes Podcast we look at fueling for running on the LCHF diet and particularly when running long. We chat to Prof. Noakes about running completely fasted and find out if you have to eat immediately following a long run? Theresa submitted today’s question and she says that she has [...]

September 29th, 2014|

Overeating and Portion Sizes on the LCHF Diet: Are you in control?

On this episode of The Ask Prof Noakes Podcast we look at our portion sizes on the LCHF diet and discuss how this affects weight loss. Portion control and not overeating are two vital issues to consider on the LCHF Diet. Portion control and not overeating are two vital issues to consider on the LCHF Diet. Sonja [...]

September 26th, 2014|

Children on the LCHF Diet: Is my child eating enough?

Following the last episode of the Ask Prof Noakes Podcast where we discussed feeding your toddler a LCHF diet, we have another question related to children today. This one comes in from a mother who is concerned that her child is not eating enough on the LCHF diet. She says she has taken a slightly different [...]

September 25th, 2014|

Children and the LCHF Diet: Should toddlers be eating a low carb diet?

On this episode of The Ask Prof Noakes Podcast we chat about kids on the LCHF diet and find out if there has been much research into the effects of the LCHF diet on children and if it is advisable to put a child on a LCHF diet?

September 22nd, 2014|

Can you go off your high cholesterol medication on the LCHF diet?

On the last episode of the Ask Prof Noakes Podcast we spoke about high cholesterol. It proved to be one of the most popular podcasts we’ve produced. It’s all about what you should know and aren’t being told about cholesterol. Today’s episode is a follow on from that podcast and was submitted by Patricia. Patricia says that [...]

September 19th, 2014|

The cholesterol bombshell: What you need to know and aren’t being told

Today on The Ask Prof Noakes Podcast we tackle the elephant in the room when it comes to the LCHF diet, cholesterol. We get asked about cholesterol very often and today’s question was submitted by Dianne de Rueck. She says she’s very concerned about her cholesterol and her doctor says it is hereditary. She’s been taking [...]

September 17th, 2014|

How much fat should you eat on the LCHF diet?

On this episode of the Ask Prof Noakes we answer Gill Ramsden’s question. We’ve spoken extensively on the podcast about how many grams of carbohydrate you should be eating on the low carb high fat diet, but Gill wants to know how many grams of fat should you eat per day on the LCHF diet? Prof [...]

September 16th, 2014|

The LCHF Diet on a budget: Is it possible to eat low carb cheaply?

Today’s question on The Ask Prof Noakes Podcast is a financial one. May people have to operate within a tight budget and are finding that the LCHF Diet is quite expensive to follow. What’s the best way to go about following the Banting diet or eating low carb high fat diet and doing it within a [...]

September 12th, 2014|

Nuts on the LCHF Diet: Can you eat peanuts on a low carb diet?

Today on Real Meal Radio we are talking nuts on the LCHF diet. Quite a number of people are asking about peanuts – are they ok to eat on the LCHF Diet? They can’t be much worse than almonds and pecans can they? Prof Tim Noakes: Well pecans and almonds are very good, because they [...]

September 10th, 2014|

Blood pressure on the LCHF Diet: Should you be concerned about BP?

Today on The Ask Prof Noakes Podcast we have a question in from Brian Corbin who wanted to know if the hydration conclusions drawn in Professor Tim Noakes’ book Waterlogged are applicable to people following the LCHF diet? Prof Tim Noakes: Yes, they are. The only difference is you probably do need to increase you salt [...]

September 8th, 2014|
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