Diary of a low carb dabbler – Part 2
Well after some early hiccups, I’m now 3 days in to my 7 day trial. Day 1 was Day 1 by accident really…..after having a café brunch of omelette and salad, an early afternoon snack of full fat yoghurt with nuts and seeds, and then a dinner of a beautiful piece of oily salmon with salad and just a small piece of bread, I realised that I’d possibly, accidentally, had a relatively LCHF day. So I decided to call that Day 1. I started the next day with just a small bowl… Read More
Diary of a low carb dabbler
This post (and the next few installments) is bought to you by Helen Kilding (MSc Exercise Science), currently on maternity leave from her human performance research role at New Zealand Defence Force. Helen has a keen interest in the science of nutrition and in particular the application of science in to practice. Helen is also a recently reformed vegetarian. Welcome back to the land of the omnivore Helen (Omnivore (n). An animal or human eating both animal and plant foods). Over to you Helen, and thanks everyone for reading and passing on this blog, already at over 5000 views. … Read More
What do I actually eat?
Grant Schofield has a chat to a village pig about the pig’s future. The pig listens carefully. Thanks to everyone who has started following this blog. Frankly, while I find this stuff interesting and important, I had no idea that it was shared by so many other people. An academic’s real-life exposure to social media is an eye opener and fun. 3000 hits in a little over a week! So the main question I have had from people so far is “what do you eat?” and “what about kids?” I think I… Read More