The do's and dont's of Banting

Tim Noakes , Bernadine Douglas and Bridegtte Allan have published a more ‘user-friendly’ format of The Banting Solution.

The Banting Pocket Guide provides all the tips you need with which to start and maintain your Banting lifestyle.

Noakes gives details on what Bbanting really means and how to maintain the diet.

The key is to get rid of the very popular carbohydrates – the bread, rice, pasta.

Prof. Tim Noakes

What we have learned is that sugar based processed foods make you hungry, so you are always wanting to eat.

Prof. Tim Noakes

You have to remove them or else you will continue to overeat even on the healthier foods that we prescribe.

Prof. Tim Noakes

Listen to Tim Noakes interview below on the ins and outs of Banting:


This article first appeared on 702 : The do's and dont's of Banting


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