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Tim Noakes launches low-carb diet website

Published on April 22, 2014,

The website IOL Lifestyle is one amongst several reporting that Professor Tim Noakes has launch a new low carb, paleo-based diet website called Original Eating (www.originaleating.org) to offer free resources to people interested in low carb/high fat diets including those with insulin resistance and other conditions including diabetes and obesity. Click on the blue link below to read the full article…

Noakes launches free diet websiteRelated Stories Cape Town – He has faced a barrage of criticism from his peers following his U-turn from “carbo-loading for athletes” theory to a high fat, low-carbohydrate diet, but Professor Tim Noakes is unrepentant. A few months after he launched his cookbook, The Real Meal Revolution, the sports scientist from UCT this week launched a website that not only provides tailor-made diets, but also offers free dietary and medical advice for those affected by metabolic syndrome. Noakes said the website, originaleating.org, would benefit those with insulin resistance, otherwise known as carbohydrate intolerance, and other lifestyle conditions including diabetes and obesity. The site has details of Noakes’ Original Eating movement that promotes Banting – a low carb/high fat diet.

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10 Golden Rules of Banting (High Fat Low Carb Diet)

Published on April 11, 2014,

The website Health24 has an interesting summary of Professor Tim Noakes’s low-carb ‘banting’ diet including ten golden rules and an overview of what Tim Noakes eats…

10 Golden rules of Banting10 Golden rules of Banting Banting has become synonymous with the Tim Noakes Diet which refers to going on a high fat, low carbohydrate diet. Here are some rules to guide you. Tim Noakes’ eating plan was first prescribed in 1861 by a Harley Street surgeon Mr William Harvey with great success to a corpulent London undertaker, Mr William Banting, thus it is more appropriately named the Harvey/Banting diet. In time the term to ‘bant’ was introduced into the English language. It referred to the use of this low carbohydrate diet for weight loss. Indeed ‘Banting’ was the standard treatment for weight loss in all the major European and North American medical schools for nearly 100 years until it suddenly went out of fashion after 1959 when it was written out of all the major medical and nutritional textbooks, to be replaced with its polar opposite, the currently popular low fat, high carbohydrate, ‘heart healthy’ diet.

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Here are the 10 golden rules…

10 golden rules of Banting

1. Remember: this is not a high protein diet. It’s a high fat, medium protein, low carb way of eating

2. Choose real foods that look like what they are, and cook them from scratch

3. Fat is not the enemy. Enjoy it!

4. Eat only when you are hungry; eat until you are satisfied – then stop

5. Don’t eat when you’re not hungry. You won’t die if you occasionally skip a meal you don’t feel like eating.

6. Stop snacking. You won’t need to – it’s just a habit.

7. No sugar. It’s an addiction, and it’s probably best to go cold turkey. But if you need to make it a transition, substitute with SteviaZylitol or Erythritol – NOT artificial sweeteners.

8. No grains of any kind

9. No (or very, very little) fruit. Think of it as a sweet rather than a health snack.

10. Embrace eggs. They’re healthy, satisfying and very good for you.

More at: 10 Golden rules of Banting

 

Video: Professor Tim Noakes and ‘The Real Food Revolution’

Published on April 10, 2014,

This video is of Professor Tim Noakes talking to an audience about health, obesity, diet, grains, processed foods and his book ‘The Real Meal Revolution’. His take-out message: ‘Get back in the kitchen and cook your own foods’…

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