Evidence for Tools in the Toolbox

A quick one today. I will take a brief look at a recent study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition examined Intermittent Fasting (IF), Paleolithic diet (PD) or Mediterranean diets (MD) and compared results of weight-loss and other biomarkers of health and disease. Methods were as follows: Subjects (250 overweight, otherwise healthy adults chose […]

Keto with Caution

Ketogenic diets have become an incredibly hot topic as of late.  Many people swear by them, and many people will tell you to avoid them at all costs.  What’s the deal? Is it a good diet or a bad one?  Should you try it, or not?  I’m sure you’re at least partly familiar with a […]

How to get the most out of your fast

How to get the most out of your fast One of the questions that I get asked a lot is “are there anyways to boost your odds of success when using intermittent or alternate day fasting?” The answer is yes, but as to what specifically to do, that will depend on your buy in level […]

Your lifestyle your choice

Your lifestyle your choice Over the last 14 years of experience as a Dietitian in Ontario, Canada, I’ve developed a few useful tools/concepts to help clients better achieve their goals.  During these thousands of interactions, some very striking trends/associations emerged.  As this “model” evolved, research started to provide evidence for the components of overall health […]