Self-Improvement, Diet, Fitness


  • Addictive Foods – Learn about foods designed to cause addiction, and what to do about food addictions
  • Carnivore Diet – Like the Keto diet but more extreme – you eat nothing but meat.
  • Fasting – Eat nothing at all and gain significant health benefits. See also intermittent fasting below.
  • Gluten-free diets – A gluten free diet can be essential with certain medical conditions, but has other benefits as well.
  • Hunger Pangs – Where do hunger pangs come from and how can you deal with them?
  • Ideal Human Diet – What are humans supposed to be eating in the ideal case? What does science have to say about diet?
  • Intermittent Fasting – A form of fasting where you fast on a schedule, say for 16 hours a day, or every other day. See also One Meal a Day Dieting below.
  • Keto Diet – A diet that eliminates carbs from your diet with two big positives: 1) reduction of hunger pangs, and 2) a fat-burning process called ketosis. See also low carb dieting below.
  • Loose Skin (after weight loss) – If you lose a lot of weight you may experience loose skin. How do people deal with it?
  • Low Carb Dieting – Similar to the Keto diet, but a bit less extreme.
  • Obesity – What is obesity? Why has it become an epidemic? What can you do about it?
  • One Meal a Day (OMAD) diet – A form of intermittent fasting where you eat just one meal a day. Does this actually work?
  • Plant Based Diets – There is a prescription where you try to eat many more plant-based foods than is normal in order to derive health benefits. Cutting back on meat and eating plants can help the heart, blood pressure, etc.
  • Vegan Diets – A vegan diet contains no animal products at all. All nutrition comes from plants.


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