The Sugar Free Show with Dr Andreas Eenfeldt

Today Emily and I had the privilege of interviewing Dr Andreas Eenfeldt aka The Diet Doctor from Sweden.

Dr Eenfeldt has been one of my Low Carb heroes since I started my personal journey to better health in 2011. His website and blog www.dietdoctor.com provides information to help make low carb simple.

His aim is “to vastly improve guides to effortless weight loss, vibrant health and mind-blowing diabetes reversal on low carb. And become the world’s most trustworthy, simple and inspirational place for it.”

I absolutely believe that he has already accomplished this and is blazing the trail to empower people everywhere to revolutionise their health.

You can view our webinar by clicking on the image below:

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To join Dr Eenfeldt’s amazing online community full of information, meal plans, recipes, expert videos, Q&A’s and more click on the button below.

Our next webinars are coming up soon:

Friday, 11 March at 9am SAST: Christine Cronau

Tuesday, 15 March 8pm SAST: Nina Teicholz

If you want to be a part of the LIVE webinar where you get to ask these experts questions then please consider donating $1 or more on the registration page. ALL funds raised will go to The Noakes Foundation.

Let us know what you thought of the webinar and what you want to know more of!

XXX Karen and Emily

 

 

 

2 Responses to “The Sugar Free Show with Dr Andreas Eenfeldt”

  1. Ingvar Bejvel

    The good doctor has made a name of himself, to good reasons, but actually he wasn’t the first in Sweden, and certainly not in the Western World to get this insight. We have the Greeks, the French in the 19th centuary, the Banting, the Nobel Prize Winner Otto Warburg, who saw the benefits of a ketogen diet against cancer, and then there was a host physcians in the 30’s and 40’s that were ousted by the charlatan Ancel Keyes!

    And the foremost advocate for lchf in Sweden was Annica Dahlqvist, who really went for it by almost losing her medical license. She should be the most celebrated.

    OK, Andreas is doing a good job, but he never did risk anything on the barricades!

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  2. Ingvar Bejvel

    Read ‘host of’!

    Sorry!

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