Thursday, 1 January 2015

Did you survive Christmas?

Christmas and New Year is all about food, right? There is so much temptations in many forms of sugar. At work there was gifts and it was just candy, candy, cookies and some more cookies. I am so happy that I don't have to buy those things or eat them. I get provoced a lot from people at work who tries to offer me cookies and candy and last week I just got enough and decided that next time someone who knows that I don't eat sugar tries to offer me that I will grab my part and throw it in the garbage. It is my part so I can do what ever I want to do with it, right?
I have been blogging a lot at my swedish blog about malnutrition for gastric bypass-operated. I have been translating from english to swedish because a lot of the swedes don't understand medical engligsh and barley in swedish.

I refered to follow sources:

It is really horrible that everyone who is opererated offers to eat cyanide!
I changed my B12 direct and now eats Methylcoballamin instead:

I also translated articles from US national library of health:

Nutritional Deficiencies in Obesity and After Bariatric Surgery

This is really bad and I wish that this horrible way of trying to loose weight will be forbidden all over the world. 

Low carb High Fat-food is a very good alternative and there is so much nice recepies all over Internet!
I don't really have to write about that food because the only thing you can do is to google. 
That is the easy part!

The hard part is to stay to that food and resist the temptations. 

But get tempted from good food for you! 
This is what I made yesterday for new years eve:

Organic chicken with thyme, garlic, onion, carrots, lemon, pepper and salt. I made "pulled chicken" in my roman pot for 150 Celisus for five hours. 
To this I reduced the juice from the chicken and made cauliflower-rice. 

This was a nice dinner I want to tempt you with! 


My promise for you are to write more here! 

Wednesday, 24 September 2014

Fat is fuel

I find a lot of good articles in english and I will translate them to swedish but not in english for some strange reason! Ha ha ha!

Fat is fuel!

How to win an Argument with a nutritionist

Read the link under: So much good information!  

Sunday, 31 August 2014

Free book about cholesterol

From Uffe Ravnskov:

My first English book The Cholesterol Myths. Exposing the Fallacy That Saturated Fat and Cholesterol cause heart disease is now for free
Due to a conflict with the publisher its publishing was stopped six years ago. However, last year I saw that both new and used copies are still sold from amazon. I was told that ten different publishers sold it and one of them told me that they got the book from Ingram Content Group. I told Ingram that they were allowed to publish it provided that I got a reasonable fee, but they did not answer.
I also ordered a copy to see if it has been changed but amazon answered that I was not allowed to buy it. I therefore asked one of my friends to buy a new copy. They sent a used copy (I found the name of the previous owner in the book) claiming that it was new. The prize including shipping and handling(!) was 95.5 dollars!
I have therefore decided to offer the whole book for free on the web and it is now available on Please inform your family, friends and the public!
My book is a detailed description of the fraudulent way the cholesterol campaign was started with almost 300 references to the scientific literature. It may be a little difficult to read for lay people. If so, I recommend my other books in English (Fat and Cholesterol are Good for You! and Ignore the Awkward! How the Cholesterol Myths Are Kept Alive)

Uffe Ravnskov, MD, PhD, independent investigator

Saturday, 14 June 2014

Hey all!

Hope you all are doing good!
I am feeling fine, working on my weight, health and started my strict low-carb high fat period again, though I been a little bit to lazy and had to much carbs latley.
Started two weeks ago and already lost 5 kilos. I love it!

I have a friend who is a fantantastic baker in low carb bread and cookies.
You can buy her books in english!

Follow the link!

If you want to get tips of what I eat right now, go in to my swedish blog and click at translate:

My swedish blogg

Sunday, 6 April 2014

Fast beef stew with brussels sprouts and asparagus

Energy is not always on top when you get home from work. You want food fast, even as the LCHF: ers. Slow food get cook weekends.
Today I made:

6 slices thin sliced pork
A bag of frozen Brussels sprouts about 500 grams
A bunch of fresh asparagus
2 deciliter of creme fraiche
a cube of stock - organic
Black pepper, white pepper, herb seasoning, himalayan salt

Bring out the frying pan. Shred the meat rough, about 4 centimeters thick.
Take a pot and boil  the sprouts al dente. Rinse and snip off the woody bit of the asparagus and cut into 4 cm long pieces and add to the end of the cooking time of the sprouts, about 3-5 minutes at the end. Drain.
Fry the meat with salt and spices. When the meat is nicely fried, pour over sprouts and asparagus and saute them together with the meat.
Pour the sour cream and stock cube and mix.
Let simmer until the broth, sour cream and the other ingredients feels ready. About 10 minutes.

Fried cod with horseradish mayonnaise

Got the idea of ​​horseradish mayonnaise from a promotional film on TV about Sushi where the 'chef' mix mayonnaise with wasabi. I realized that the combination has to be perfect for regular fish too. I do not eat Sushi at all because I totally hate raw fish, but cooked fish I love.
The ingredients are ridiculously simple:

1 cup mayonnaise
1-2 tsp grated horseradish
a few drops of lemon juice
a little salt
1 Tbsp chopped dill
Mix together!

This was actually just enough for me, if you need more then double the recipe.
Do not be afraid that the horseradish mayonnaise is strong, along with fish and vegetables it wont be that strong if you don't not like it. Horseradish may have differnt strenght so dare to taste how much you like.
Added to this was served two pieces of fine back filet cod which I fried in plenty of butter, white pepper and salt. I poured the butter over the fish while I fried it.
Was served with a salad of fresh organic spinach, half a avakado, organic small plum tomatoes and cucumber.
Really good and very easy!