Walk a path with me to optimal health, stable body weight and huge enjoyment of life

We only have one life. Good Health is our most precious asset. Without it all the money, success, fame count for little. I often remind people who I mentor that Steve Jobs had it all, until pancreatic cancer took him out of the game. When my group members make the decision to lose weight and improve their health, they are doing this for themselves, making a massive investment in their own precious lives.

As a Certified Real Meal Revolution Banting Coach, my aim is to positively affect change in the lives of 5 000 by December 2021 in the same way that my life has radically changed for the better, since 2012.

How would you like to lose the weight you never thought that you could?

Are you sick and tired of jumping from one diet program to the next?

Would you like to be supported by a community of Banters just like you?

As part of my group, you will have access to easy-to-use tools that will make implementation of a low-carbohydrate healthy-fat Banting lifestyle a pleasure. Expect to enjoy benefits such as money saved on expensive dieticians by using healthy and delicious recipes in our archive. While focussing on the end result, see your achievements with our meal and weight trackers. Always know the carbohydrate value of a food with our carb counter, without having to Google.

Find a convenient place to share your personal issues while learning this new system by joining this Facebook group and chatting to like-minded people on the forum.

Because we are linked to The Real Meal Revolution and The Noakes Foundation you will have peace of mind knowing that you are getting knowledge from an expert like Professor Tim Noakes.

Why not take a chance on you and join this exciting adventure?

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LCHF foods I love – beef liver sauteed with onions

“Crammed full of nutrients, if a “superfood” truly exists, then we have to give that recognition to liver.”

– Michael Joseph

All beef, pork or chicken livers, are incredibly rich in protein, vitamins and minerals.

The nutritional of 100 grams of beef liver are as follows:

  • Vitamin B12: 1176% RDA
  • Copper: 714% RDA
  • Vitamin A: 634% RDA
  • Riboflavin: 201% RDA
  • Niacin: 88% RDA
  • Pantothenic Acid: 71% RDA
  • Folate: 63% RDA
  • Selenium: 52% RDA
  • Phosphorus: 50% RDA
  • Iron: 36% RDA
  • Zinc: 35% RDA
  • Manganese: 18% RDA
  • Potassium: 10% RDA

A weekly meal of liver is more than enough to ensure adequate micronutrient intake. As liver contains a high amount of Vitamin A, it is possible to experience toxicity if eaten  too often.



Increase your energy short video series

“I believe lifestyle and nutrition are always the bedrock upon which all chronic medical management should be founded”

– Dr. Rangan Chatterjee

One of my favourite leaders in the low-carb healthy-fat revolution, is the star of the hit BBC 1 series, Doctor in the House. 

In this and the following few posts, I’ll share his short videos, Increase Your Energy.

The devastation of Type 2 Diabetes

“Those afflicted with diabetes will die at greatly increased rates from heart disease; stroke; kidney disease; diabetic coma; eyesight will deteriorate – often a first symptom; nerve damage; teeth will decay and fall out; foot ulcers and gangrene; lost limbs to amputation. Six out of every ten amputations is caused by diabetes.”

To get a sense of how ghastly this disease epidemic is, watch this two-minute clip. Type 2 Diabetes is started by insulin resistance. By adapting to a LCHF Banting lifestyle, we reverse insulin resistance, and even Type 2 Diabetes.


Great news for the LCHF | Banting revolution

“Professor Tim Noakes was being used by the Health Professions Council of SA (HPCSA) as a “guinea pig” to test waters on guidelines for the conduct of health professionals on social media, which did not exist.”

– Michael Van Der Nest, defence advocate

He was speaking during the second day of proceedings in Pretoria into the appeal by the HPCSA seeking to overturn a “not guilty” verdict for Noakes for advising a mother to wean her baby on to a low-carbohydrate, high-fat diet in 2014.

Van der Nest said the council had freely admitted it did not have any guidelines or standards for health professionals with regards to their conduct on social media.

He said the case was nothing more than a “disgruntled dietitian” who had reported Noakes to the HPCSA because he was threatening her livelihood and that of other dietitians.

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