Category Archives: Andreas Eenfeldt

Special Edition Of Swedish LCHF Magazine In English

It’s been five years since the last low-carb magazine in America fell by the wayside as the costs of running a print publication to a niche audience became more and more difficult under the illusion that the low-carb “fad” as … Continue reading

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An English Transcription Of The Swedish TV Report On The LCHF Movement

I previously shared with you about some truly remarkable news out of Sweden with a new public opinion poll showing one in four people there are eating a low-carb diet. With the rise in popularity of what they refer to … Continue reading


Poll: Nearly One-Fourth Of The Swedish Population Are Now Eating Low-Carb

Cheer up fans of high-fat, low-carb living around the world because I’ve got some really exciting news to share with you today that will have you jumping for joy at the incredible progress being made about this way of eating … Continue reading


Swedish Physician And Kostdoktorn (‘Diet Doctor’) Blogger Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt

With all the constant criticism we’ve heard over the years about high-fat, low-carb diets by the media and the so-called health “experts” in the United States of America describing it as a dangerously unhealthy “fad,” one would logically conclude that … Continue reading


Swedish Showdown On Saturated Fat: Battle Of The Annikas

In the country that gave us their famous meatballs, the Volvo vehicle, and the classic hit-making 1970s singing group ABBA, there’s quite a firestorm of controversy and discussion going on within the realm of public debate regarding the validity of … Continue reading


A High-Fat, Low-Carb Diet Explosion Happening In Sweden

Imagine one day waking up to the following scenario in the United States of America… After months of controversy over her use of a high-fat, low-carb diet with her obese and diabetic patients as a result of two dietitians who … Continue reading


Swedish Health Experts Lead Diet Debate, Advocate A Low-Carb, High-Fat Approach

While much of the diet and health debate around the world is still caught up and enamored by the imaginary allure of the high-carb, low-fat diet as a means for losing weight and improving health, there is something rather remarkable … Continue reading

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