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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful.
By Kelli S
This is an Australian publication, but I enjoy it none the less. Lots of good low carb recipes and ideas and great color photos of them
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful.
This seems to be a good magazine. Seems to have a lot of information
This seems to be a good magazine. Seems to have a lot of information. I still need to read it more.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful. See all 6 customer reviews...
One of My Favorite "Lifestyle" Magazines.
This is an inexpensive but excellently presented magazine from South Africa where the LCHF concept is known as "Banting", Every other month the reader can expect a balanced offering of carefully researched articles, personal success stories and well thought out recipes.
From Sleek Geek:
William Banting was a British undertaker who was very obese and desperately wanted to lose weight. In the year 1862 he paid a visit to his doctor, William Harvey, who proposed a radical eating plan that was high in fat but included very few carbohydrates.
By following this eating plan Banting experienced such remarkable weight loss that he wrote an open letter to the public, the Letter on Corpulence, which became widely distributed. As more people started following this eating plan to lose weight, the term Banting or to ‘Bant’ became popularized.
I don't know if back issues are available on Kindle, I discovered Lose It! on the Zinio app where all back issues are available for $3.99 each.