Of Glucose and Finger Pricks — Is Personalized Nutrition Possible?

Individualized Nutrition With the publication of the latest book of our friend Robb Wolf: “Wired to Eat”, the concept of individualized nutrition has quickly become a hot topic around fitness groups. I sincerely think that personalized nutrition constitutes the binary that nutritional science should follow to instruct humans on which is the “best diet” for them and how …

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Metabolism Efficiency on Keto: Alessandro Ferretti

There are a few myths and misconceptions on Keto in regards to Metabolic Efficiency and energy requirements. Some people think calories do not matter on keto, some others think that staying long term on keto actually downregulates metabolism… but what is the truth? In this interview,  Luis talks with Alessandro Ferretti, England based Nutritionist who has …

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Examine.com Interview – Luis Villasenor talks about Ketogenic Diets

Luis Villasenor has been interviewed in issue 30 (April 2017) of EXAMINE.com’s Research Digest (ERD). In case you don’t know what EXAMINE.com is, let me tell you that it should be your first stop when researching information about supplements and nutrition, as it is an unbiased source of information that investigates and researches independently so there are no conflicts …

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Low-carb performance in the gym and on the road: can it work? A rational view.

Recently, on a popular Italian blog which supports the so-called “Paleo Diet,” I had the chance to read a series of articles about Ketogenic and Low-Carb diets. From the author’s point of view, they can’t work in the athletic performance, both in the endurance and the anaerobic/glycolytic context. On top of that, always relating to …

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