Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt: An Emerging Key Player In Promoting Healthy Low-Carb, High-Fat Nutrition

Filed under: Health — @ April 14, 2010

With all the constant criticism we’ve heard over the years about low-carb diets by the media and the so-called health “experts” in the United States of America describing it as a dangerously unhealthy “fad,” one would logically conclude that it is a nutritional approach that is not backed by sound science or any respected medical professionals. But when you go beyond the American borders into other countries where livin’ la vida low-carb is making great strides penetrating into the national diet debate, it totally changes your perspective about how this way of eating is bringing about positive changes in the weight and health of the patients who are being placed on these plans. One of the hottest countries where low-carb living is exploding is in the nation of Sweden.

One of the most influential members of the LCHF (low-carb, high-fat) community in Sweden is a young family physician named Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt who authors the #1 low-carb blog in the world called Kostdoktorn which is translated as “Diet Doctor.” He recently joined us on The Low-Carb Cruise in March 2010 and my impressions of this man is that he is a very kind, patient, inquisitive, and understanding person who is making his mark within his sphere of influence–and it’s growing by leaps and bounds.

Click here to see Dr. Eenfeldt engaging with the health “experts” on television about LCHF, see my exclusive interview with him last month, and to watch a video interview he did with me for his blog. We haven’t seen the last of this giant of a man both literally and figuratively.

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