Be aware: this is only the goal of this diet, not necessarily its outcome. Results vary from person to person. Consult your doctor or dietician before starting this (or any other) diet.
The Real Meal Revolution was created by Prof. Tim Noakes, Sally-Ann Creed and Jonno Proudfoot. It is a low-carb diet with lots of vegetables and fats.
On the homepage you can compare this diet with other diets.
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According to the inventors, carbohydrates do not make you feel full and might even make you hungrier. Fats and proteins should make us feel full. Therefore, the advice is to eat (very) few carbohydrates and to not worry about fat. In addition, it is advised to eat less sugar and less salt.
According to Dr Noakes, carbohydrates cause an insulin reaction. If you are insulin resistant, it is more difficult to process carbohydrates. That is why it is important for these people to reduce carbohydrates, according to this diet.
Consult your doctor or dietician before starting this (or any) diet, especially if you are insulin resistant.
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Besides 'The Real Meal Revolution' Tim Noakes wrote 'Low-carb, sugar-free, high-fat'. In both books you can find more information on the diet.
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As you see fit
A carbohydrate-restricted diet that quite rich in saturated fats (ghee, coconut oil, fatty meat), which can raise cholesterol. Lots of vegetables and few processed foods is always recommended.