HTV National Desk Published 7:39 am PST, Tuesday, March 5, 2019 Image 1 of / 22 Caption Close Image 1 of 22 Why the keto diet is to blame for rising avocado prices 1 / 22 Back to Gallery Related Stories Chipotle is adding new menu items to win over vegan and vegetarian customers, using an ingredient the CEO says 'nobody' knows about (CMG) A kidney doctor reveals the biggest mistake most dieters make. Fixing it is easy. These healthy $7 breakfast bowls aim to mimic meals like cheesy grits and breakfast burritos — here's what we thought According to the Wall Street Journal, keto, the high-fat, low-carb eating trend is to blame for the rising costs of avocados, among other high-fat foods. The cost of other high-fat foods like butter, olive oil and salmon have all reportedly risen by as much as 60 percent in the last six years, while starches like corn, soybeans and wheat have either remained steady … [Read more...] about Why the keto diet is to blame for rising avocado prices
Low carb diet what to eat for breakfast
Getty ImagesGary Gershoff Hoda Kotb is on the fifth day of Jennifer Lopez's 10-day diet challenge—and she says she's hungry.J.Lo's challenged Hoda to her no-sugar, low-carb diet challenge, along with the rest of the TODAY show staff. TODAY nutritionist Joy Bauer, R.D., came up with a one-day meal plan for Hoda. IDK about you, but I think it's pretty damn unrealistic to follow a diet perfectly—and apparently Hoda Kotb agrees.A few days ago, Jennifer Lopez challenged the TODAY show coanchor to join her 10-day diet challenge, which forbids sugar and cuts carbs. Hoda was pretty quick to sign up, and even raved about how great she was feeling at the beginning. But now, in her latest video confessional on the diet, Hoda said she’s freaking hungry. "The only problem with this diet is there’s nothing to eat," she said. "I’m always starving. Nothing fills you up." So…she cheated a little.Hoda said she had fried shrimp dipped in a mayonnaise … [Read more...] about Hoda Kotb Says She’s ‘Always Starving’ On J.Lo’s 10-Day No-Sugar, Low-Carb Diet Challenge
When I was 11, my mom and step-dad got divorced, and I turned to food for comfort. Suddenly, I was eating anything I could get my hands on—and it wasn't even junk food most of the time. My mom actually kept lots of healthy foods in the house, but I would often eat an entire bag of whole-grain bagels for breakfast instead of just one. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below I lost a bit of the weight I gained when I hit high school—I tried to develop better eating habits, and I was also a student athlete playing three sports. But I quickly fell back into my old ways and ended up graduating from high school 80 pounds heavier than when I started. I kept overeating (healthy and not-so healthy stuff) until 2014—at my heaviest, I weighed 378 pounds. I knew I had to make a change when I couldn't do a single pushup. I'll never forget my turning point: It happened on a Thursday; I signed up for a bootcamp class to do while my son was at football practice. Since I had been … [Read more...] about ‘I Lost 200 Pounds By Going On A Low-Carb Diet’
That age-old question, “What should I eat before a long run or race?” plagues every runner. And while some runners prefer to get going on an empty stomach, it’s a good idea to take in a healthy breakfast before working out. An ideal preworkout meal is high in carbohydrates, moderate in protein, and low in fat—the latter two are harder to digest and can cause GI issues. Try different meals during your training to see what works for you, and give yourself two to four hours to digest. Below are breakfast ideas to choose from according to your dietary restrictions. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below Basic 4 low-fat frozen pancakes topped with 1 sliced banana and 1 tablespoon maple syrup. Serve with 1 cup low-fat milk. The carbs top off your muscles’ glycogen stores, which are essential for endurance athletes, says sports dietitian Angie Asche, M.S., R.D. “Quick-acting carbs may also increase your performance and your time to … [Read more...] about What to Eat for Breakfast Before Working Out
In August, a National Institutes of Health-funded study made national headlines, dealing a damning blow to, of all things, a low-carb diet--often recommended for cutting weight and reducing the risk for diabetes. The suggestion from the study: among the 15,000 adults age 45 to 64 studied during a median period of 25 years, those whose carbs consisted of 40 percent or less of their diet had the highest mortality rate. In short: cutting out that daily bread might not matter. Here, Janine Kyrillos, director of Jefferson Health's Comprehensive Weight Management Center, debunks the study's findings and offers some straight talk on modern nutrition, the keto diet and why we should all be eating more fat. The world is full of questions that deserve answers no matter how embarrassed, time-crunched or intimidated we are to ask. With Infrequently Asked Questions, we set out to answer those shared curiosities. Have a question you want answered? Send an email … [Read more...] about Can a low-carb diet lead to an earlier death?