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  • Links to the RSS feeds at Low Carb Diets on, probably the most comprehensive site dealing with low carb on the web.

  • Contact information for Danny Lineham and The Great Carb Cutback.

  • A link to one of the early published books that researches the benefits of a high fat, low carb lifestyle, Eat Fat and Grow Slim by Dr. Richard Mackarness

  • Home of the definitive book on low carb lifestyle, The Great Carb Cutback, is also a comprehensive and ever-growing resource for the best information on living low carb.

  • All the boring stuff you might need to know about this site.

  • The latest news from low carb

  • A feed of the hottest articles from low carb

  • Various sites relating to the documentary that got me started on low carb, including the blog of creator Dr Jay Wortman

  • A collection of the best low carb resources we've found -- books, recipes, websites and more -- for those trying to live a low carbohydrate lifestyle

  • An abridged version of the introduction to the book The Great Carb Cutback or How to Live a Low Carb Lifestyle and Why You Want To, the definitive guide to living a low carbohydrate lifestyle. Also contains the table of contents from The Great Carb Cutback.

  • Links to a variety of valid medical studies that show a high fat, low carbohydrate diet is much healthier than what we have been led to believe by our official food guides.

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  • Jamie's, aka Carberella's, Low Carb Blog, a chance to travel with Jamie Van Eaton and her sense of humour (not to mention her wonderful recipes) on he journey through the world of low carb.

  • A short essay that gives a surprisingly comprehensive look at how we took a wrong turn 10,000 years ago when we developed agriculture and switched to a high carbohydrate diet.

For The Great Carb Cutback Blog click here


Easy Exercise

As I suggest in The Great Carb Cutback, simple walking is one of the best exercises you can do to complement your low carb lifestyle. If you would like to make that walking a lot more fun and a lot more extensive excercise, without much additional effort, click on the link below and check out Urban Poling

Urban Poling Nordic walking

The Activator Poles (below) are similar to the ones above, but they're designed for those with chronic conditions, those recovering from injuries as well as older adults who require more stability and balance when walking. You can access them from the regular Urban Poling site, but to go directly to the Activator page click below.

Activator Walking Poles 



 Low Carb Groceries

If you're having trouble finding low carb products in Canada, I recommend The Low Carb Grocery. They are located in Toronto, but have incredibly good shipping rates for all of Canada. Click on the image below to open another window at their website.

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