Tag Archives: calorie restriction diet

Why Nutrient-dense Calorie Restriction is not enough!

Calorie restriction has changed for the better. The CR Way has turned it into a flexible lifestyle to be customized to an individual’s needs. Changes in the practice of calorie restriction are illustrated by the vegetables we just bought at the farmers’ market: fresh, nutrient-dense kale, dandelion greens, bok choy, and garlic. Years ago, I would… read more

Calorie Restriction, the CR Way – a Healthy, Happy Way to Lose Weight

The CR Way approach to calorie restriction with optimal nutrition (CRON) is surely one of the world’s healthiest, happiest ways to lose weight. This is not a fly-by-night diet that promises you will lose 30 pounds in 30 days. Rather, this is a gradual, long-term approach that makes a major difference in your health. You… read more

Following a Calorie Restriction Diet for the Holidays

Walnut Cranberry Confection Gourmet science from LivingTheCRWay This holiday treat looks and tastes the part. The wine changes the flavor, of course, and is completely optional. The sweet cranberries’ tart sweetness may surprise you. It’s definitely festive. Ingredients 6 gram       Cocoa, unsweetened, powder, dry 10 gram     Lime juice, unsweetened, canned or bottled ½ cup         Almond… read more

Calorie Restriction Must be Delicious

  Calorie Restriction must be delicious. So LivingTheCRWay insists that low-calorie, nutrient-dense meals be laden with taste treats.  You should enjoy every bite while you eat and enjoy the extraordinary health you get from eating this way. You will definitely live better, and who knows, you might live longer too! Here’s a beautiful example of… read more

A Calorie Restriction Diet – What that Really Means

Following a calorie restriction diet can be a happy and healthful experience.  But before you begin calorie restriction, you need to know what that really means. Lots of people think that eating as few calories as possible – a starvation diet – is what calorie restriction is about.  Nothing could be further from the truth.… read more

LivingTheCRWay.com Introduces Calorie Restriction Diet for a Healthful Weight Loss – a New, Friendly Approach to Calorie Restriction

Livingthecrway.com announces the CR Way Healthful Weight Loss membership, a science-validated approach to calorie restriction for losing weight. Benefits include delicious, easy-to-prepare calorie restriction diet plans that help reduce comfort food cravings. Healthful Weight Loss members become part of a holistic community of people who give live, caring, and knowledgeable support. Scientific Validation In the… read more

Making a calorie restriction diet easy the CR Way

Following a calorie restriction diet is easier and healthier with the CR Way to Happy Dieting, which is now part of LivingTheCRWay.com. The CR Way to Happy Dieting is a one-of-a-kind resource for millions of people who want to lose weight but need help. Fly-by-night weight-loss plans that promise overnight solutions can be frustrating and even… read more

Calorie Restriction Diet Plans – Lose Weight and Extend Life

A calorie restriction diet should be about  more than just about weight loss. Dieters can improve their health, prevent disease,  and get the best chance to extend their lives through the CR Way approach. Many LivingTheCRWay.com members follow a diet similar to that described in this study* of elderly Okinawans who followed calorie restriction for… read more

Making Weight Loss with Calorie Restriction Easy

Many turn to calorie restriction for weight loss, so we thought it important to remind everyone how the CR Way to Healthful Weight Loss differs from other diets. Consider an email from Greg, one of our successful members:  Calorie Restriction Weight Loss Avoids High Metabolic Rate, which Equals Death Greg  shared a story about a… read more

More High Protein Diet Dangers — Low Tryptophan, Low Serotonin, Insulin Resistance

Discussions continue on The CR Society’s list about the best diets for glucose control.  Some advocate high protein diets; however, the self-reported results I’ve seen often indicate insulin resistance. But why? One answer may be rooted in tryptophan uptake and the pathway it supports, which stimulates insulin production. If you eat a high protein diet… read more