We’re happy you’ve found us and really hope you’ll benefit from your visit!
As you’ll find out, we believe fully in a healthy low-carb, low (or no) sugar diet that burns fat and helps you maintain muscle, energy and vitality for a radiant life.
Above all, we’re on a mission to save the world from nutrition misinformation and pseudoscience! All articles we publish are based on scientific evidence, written and fact-checked by qualified nutrition experts.
To help introduce you to who we are and what we teach others about diet, lifestyle and nutrition, please keep reading as I give you a brief overview of our top articles.
In this in-depth article, we present you with a list of 40 of the top fat-burning foods. Don’t worry; it’s much more than a list of boring vegetables that might help you lose weight.
Neither is our list some highly-rigid meal plan that’s nearly impossible to sustain.
No, here we give you not only a wide range of foods, but they’re surprisingly delicious. These low-carb or no-carb foods are all readily available at your local grocery store and can kick-start your weight loss journey starting today!
The best part about our list? It’s not speculation, it’s not the next Flavor-of-the-Week diet fad and it’s not just our opinion! These are foods proven by science to really burn visceral belly fat!
We even provide you all the medical references to help you understand the science behind it all.
Our list is a result of months of exhaustive research and we’re really proud of it and hope you benefit as much as we have from it!
But, before I go further, just who are “we”? Well let me introduce myself.
Michael J. Fitt, Founder of HealthDaddy.org
I’m John and I started HealthDaddy in 2014 with a clear goal in mind.
Diet and nutrition have always been my passion as I have spent years reading books, doing blogs and research studies to just specialize in this field.
I want to provide people with the best evidence based diet & nutrition information so that they can adopt a healthy lifestyle through increasing their nutritional awareness, adopting the good manners and the appropriate and correct behaviors in terms of eating, working out and losing weight.
My goal is to help people improve their overall health and bounce back to a normal and healthy life.
This all starts with education and the facts. It’s not difficult and it doesn’t need to take a lot of time and effort when you understand how achievable these goals really are.
Also joining me is Melanie Hill.
Melanie is a mother of two amazing, fun-loving kids, low carb foodie, blogger, and keto recipes creator. She loves writing, cooking, and taking pictures of delicious, healthy food.
So far we have three amazing Low-Carb Recipes from Melanie with more on the way soon!
We hear the same question over and over again from people like you who want to know the optimal number of carbs to eat per day to maintain a healthy and balance low-carb diet.
“How many carbs per day?”
In this article, we’ll answer that question as we seek to bust some persistent old myths about high-fat diets that might surprise you.
For instance, did you know that the evidence is clear that a high-fat diet actually helps you lower your risk of obesity and chronic disease?
If you’re interested in losing weight while at the same time regulating cholesterol and blood sugar levels, this article is definitely for you!
And don’t worry, we’ll answer your question about how many carbs per day and show you that it’s very possible to maintain it for life.
A List of 27 Reviewed Studies on Low-Fat Low-Sugar Diet Plans
It’s nothing new that some dietitians and nutritionists refuse to believe that Low Carb and Low Fat Diets are safe and healthy.
The problem is? They’re wrong and in this article, I’ll prove them wrong!
It used to be that there just wasn’t much evidence for a low-carb diet since 2003, there have been over 27 randomized, controlled, scientific human trials.
The results will amaze you!
As you’ll find out, all the scientific evidence suggests that a low carb diet is easier, healthier and more effective than a calorie-restricted, low-fat diet that is often recommended by health professionals.
Are you faithfully follow your diet but just not losing any weight?
Or maybe you’re intrigued because you hear so many promising things about low-carb diets and your friends do so well, but you tried and didn’t lose an ounce.
Or maybe you lost a little at first and then plateaued?
If so, read this article now!
I’ll help you understand why you might not be losing weight but more importantly, you’ll come to fully understand this critically important key to your continued success:
Weight loss is a process.
Here’s even more encouragement: when you’re down in the dumps because you keep weighing yourself and not seeing any progress on the scale, you might actually be losing something more important than weight and you just don’t realize it yet.
But you will!
I’ll teach you here to be realistic and when your mind is in the right place, I’ll have some simple tips to help you blast right through that plateau you think you’re in.
Can I Really Stick to a Low-Carb Diet Plan?
Come find out why the vast majority fail at this.
It’s incredibly simple when you understand what’s required to succeed.
One simple truth is this: the very best diet and nutrition plan is the one that works for you; not everyone else.
Feeling hungry is frustrating and your willpower does not stand a chance against hunger.
Eating a low carb diet can actually work in your favor by reducing your appetite and automatically lowering your caloric intake.
Come look at the simple scientific data and let’s find out if it’s possible to stick to the diet for good.
I think you’ll be happy and excited with that you learn!
First of all, there are different kinds of sugar.
Here we’ll be talking about “regular sugar.”
Table sugar, sucrose, high fructose corn syrup or whatever.
Can you believe that in the year 2000, sugar consumption had increased to the point where the average American ate 152 lbs of sugar?
It’s the classic dieter’s downfall!
I wonder what it is now?
Come find out what all the experts recommend for daily sugar intake, then I’ll give you my own recommendation.
It might not be what you want to hear if you’re a sugar addict (the subject of my next piece) but it’s the truth nonetheless!
ALSO READ: A comprehensive new article on Breaking the Sugar Addiction!
Here we’ll give you a sample cavemen diet meal plan!
The shocking fact is that cavemen were free of diseases like obesity and diabetes.
Also read: The Keto Diet For Type-2 Diabetes
Do you think maybe it had something to do with their diet and exercise?
Proponents of the paleo diet recommend eating the same foods our Paleolithic ancestors were likely to eat, which includes meat, fish, eggs, nuts, seeds, fruits and vegetables.
Personally, I recommend a more balanced approach.
One that you can stick to while getting you quick, sustainable results.
The good news is that it’s possible to eat an endless variety of meals on the paleo diet. It just takes a little imagination and experimentation!
Are Eggs Good or Bad For You?
There’s no getting around it.
Eggs are high in cholesterol and saturated fat.
That must mean they’re bad for your health, right?
This has been rigorously tested and once again, the findings will astonish you.
For instance, scientists have not found any association between eggs and cardiovascular disease.
And the research goes on to show that saturated fat isn’t associated with heart disease in any way!
I’ll go so far as to say that if I could only pick three foods to eat for the rest of my life, eggs would be one of them.
Come find out why!
Coconut oil serves up all sorts of health benefits, from slowing down the progression of many serious health conditions to lowering cholesterol and weight loss.
We’ll give you a top-20 list of the health benefits of coconut oil but we’ll go further.
After taking a hard look at research and clinical trials, we’ll give you some simple and easy tips on how to incorporate the use of coconut oil more into your diet and everyday life.
You might just be surprised to learn just how quickly, easily and affordably you can benefit from this miracle oil!
The Saturated Fat Myth
Or should I say The Saturated Fat Myth Debunked?
For the last 70 years, the self-proclaimed “health experts” have warned us of the evils of saturated fat.
They warn that it’ll skyrocket our cholesterol levels.
And give us heart attacks.
But the evidence suggests that it’s not quite so black-and-white.
In this article, I will share just the top 10 reasons (that dietitians choose to ignore) why you shouldn’t fear saturated fat.
I’ll actually show you how the science makes a clear case for making saturated fat an integral part of your healthy and balanced diet.