There’s an old saying that goes “fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me.” When it comes to a La Jolla, California-based bread company named Julian Bakery, which has been aggressively marketing products they claim are good for people in the low-carb and Paleo community to consume in recent years, […]
One of the things that frustrates me more than anything else in the low-carb community is all of the food products that are marketed to consumers as “low-carb” and don’t even come close. Without a crystal clear public definition of what that term actually means (although researchers have already brought great clarity to it), […]
Little did I know when I started my n=1 experiments in May 2011 that they would so quickly capture the intense attention of my readers and the manufacturers of the products I am testing. It all started with Dreamfields pasta which unfortunately tracked virtually identical blood sugar response as white pasta despite their claim […]
The introduction of my n=1 experiment concept about a month ago when I first started testing my blood sugars after consuming the so-called “low-carb” pasta from Dreamfields has been very well-received by many of my readers. With more and more companies claiming to provide products that are good for people who are livin’ la […]
NOTE: Click here to see what happened to my blood sugar after re-testing the Julian Bakery SmartCarb breads when the owner of this company promoting their product as “low-carb” bread pitched a fit claiming my testing methodology created errors in the results.
After explaining the purpose and the process of my n=1 experiments […]
One of the common themes you’ve often heard me share over the years is find what works for you, follow that plan exactly as prescribed and keep doing it for the rest of your life. I’m a big believer in the concept of n=1 and that we are all different. That simply means we […]