A Low Carb Diet
For Weight Loss &
Type 2 Diabetes

Deal with the underlying cause of these conditions:
Insulin Resistance.



One of the most powerful lifestyle habits you can cultivate is to make wise food choices. Eating the right carbohydrates, proteins and fats in the right amounts, and at the right times, will give your body and brain high-quality fuel for optimal performance.


If you struggle with obesity or Type 2 Diabetes, insulin resistance is probably your main obstacle to losing weight. Fasting lowers insulin levels and improves insulin sensitivity, so your cells can release stored body fat.


Positive lifestyle habits are crucial to good health. Chronic stress takes its toll on your health, if you don’t deal with it. Stress hormones can also stall weight loss. Get enough sleep. Enjoy a little sunshine, laughter and play every day. Love your life!

A little starvation can really do more
for the average sick man
than can the best medicines and the best doctors. — Mark Twain

Mind your Macros

Carbohydrates, fat and protein are called macronutrients.

Low Carb diets are designed to reduce the amount of sugar and insulin in your bloodstream by restricting the macronutrients that have the greatest impact on blood sugar levels.


Low Carb

Carbohydrates raise your blood sugar more than fat or protein. On the Fast LCHF plan, you will cut way back on carbs! There is no minimum requirement for carbohydrates in the human diet, so you can go as low as you want.


High Fat

Getting enough good fat in your diet is essential to health, especially brain health. Fat has the smallest impact on your blood sugar and insulin of all the macronutrients. On the Fast LCHF plan, most of your calories should come from fat.


Moderate Protein

Protein is an essential nutrient, but it can stall weight loss if overeaten. On the Fast LCHF plan, you will customize your protein intake to satisfy your hunger and avoid elevated blood sugar. One size does not fit all.

If you want to lose weight: Don’t eat.
If you have to eat, don’t eat carbs.
If you have to eat carbs, eat low-glycemic index carbs.Richard David Feinman
The World Turned Upside Down: The Second Low-Carbohydrate Revolution
(Kindle Locations 392-393)
NMS Press-Duck-in-a-Boat LLC. Kindle Edition.