New olive oil, just pressed. It has a dense colour at first; later, it clarifies by decantation. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
My “Ketosis in a Nutshell” post series:
Since recently setting up this blog, I have been very involved at my site It’s The Satiety in writing a series of blog posts on nutritional ketosis and keto-adaptation.
Inaccurately titled “Ketosis in a Nutshell”, I had the idea that I could just write a page on this. Ooops. Yesterday I posted Part 5 and, by my estimate, there are 3 more to go.
Ketosis in a Nutshell – Part 1, What’s Up?
Ketosis in a Nutshell – Part 2, Crazy Little Things
Ketosis in a Nutshell – Part 3, Happy Campers Galore
Ketosis in a Nutshell – Part 4, Happy Campers More
Ketosis in a Nutshell – Part 5, A Hunger Haven
Ketosis in a Nutshell – Part 6, A Hungry Man (added Nov 3rd)
After that is done, I want to get back to the main focus of this blog, which is to serve as a place to collect people’s experiences with nutritional ketosis.
If you send me a comment that includes your story, the comment will not be published unless that is what you want. All comments have to be cleared by me before they will appear on the site. If OK with you, any story you submit in the comments section will be posted separately under the Stories heading, with whatever you wish in terms of being open about identity.
Addendum: October 29/12 – Had to comment on the recent press about a study exploring the concept (more like the real-world observation) that obesity can become an entrenched condition – that is, the body can change in its functioning in a way that puts a return to normal weight control out of reach.
My post on it’s the satiety site: Ketogenic diet for a body weight control system gone bust?