About Diet Doctor

Regaining health in a sick world requires thinking and acting differently. It requires trusting not in corporate propaganda or old misinformation, but in nature. In the power of your own body to return to its natural state, given the right environment.

Our mission is to find the truth about health and supply tools for those who want to free themselves. Thus empowering people everywhere to revolutionize their health.



We invite you to join us in this defining struggle for the future. There’s a great conflict in the world, and it will determine our destiny and the lives of the people we love.

Quick facts about Diet Doctor

A broken world

Something is badly wrong. While the prosperity of the world has never been higher, people are suffering. More and more people – the majority in the Western world – are obese or overweight, and a high percentage of them on prescription drugs every day for the rest of their lives.

Every year more people are added to the sad statistics. As we get increasingly richer as a society, our health appears to be declining. Why is this?

People feel guilt and shame, as if the excess weight, hunger and tiredness were their fault, a moral failing. They count their calories and attempt to eat less food and exercise more, but it’s not working. If only they had more willpower.

Diabetes type 2 – a new epidemic in the history of humankind – will soon impact 500 million people. The death toll will be enormous, as will the armies of people suffering the consequences: blindness, dementia, heart disease, cancer. This new disease is considered incurable, and the treatment is daily drugs to reduce the symptoms. There is no cure, experts say.

Obesity – another new epidemic that will soon include half the population – is considered almost as incurable. The only effective treatment is said to be bariatric surgery, i.e. surgically removing parts of healthy organs. This operation carries a significant risk of life-long misery and sometimes even death. And a year after surgery, the excess weight usually starts returning.

And even worse, epidemics of obesity and diabetes are just the tip of the iceberg. As these problems spread across the world, other diseases follow closely behind: heart disease, cancer, eating disorders and food addiction, high blood pressure, ADHD, depression and on and on.

Experts still trumpet eating less and exercising more to slow down the epidemics, and they have been advising this for 30 years as the problems have exploded. These recommendations are not working.

It may be even worse. The problem really started to get bad in the early 80s, just when we were told to eat “healthily”, just when the first Dietary Guidelines for Americans were released, and then copied around the world. That’s when the epidemic started.

Possibilities and what’s holding us back

Something is very wrong in the world today. Our bodies are made to stay healthy throughout our lives and supply us with the energy to reach our goals and our potential. We can absolutely return to this natural state. With the resources the world has today there should be no stopping us.

This is not about a lack of willpower. You already have all the willpower you’ll ever need.

Imagine a world where everyone can feel good in his or her body again, where all the children can run and play without having to stop and catch their breath every few steps, where there’s no need for mass pill popping, a nation no longer on drugs, where nobody is obsessively counting calories to starve himself. Where health is normal again. Where we can reach our potential and care for each other. Where we use our willpower for higher purposes, together shaping a better world for our children.

Much of what we need to get there is already known. But it’s not that simple. The food industry profits from selling cheap, low-fat, highly processed, nutritionally depleted and addictive food. And we’re advised to eat at least every three hours. The pharmaceutical industry profits by selling daily medications to temporarily reduce the symptoms of all the diseases caused by the food.


These are trillion dollar industries. There’s a lot of money to be made keeping you sick.

The truth is obscured by corporate propaganda, companies selling junk food and pills while using lies and misinformation for the benefit of their shareholders but to the detriment of humanity. It’s obscured by government ineptitude, allowing corporations to rule via armies of highly-paid lobbyists, while relying on old experts who are often stuck in failed preconceptions, unable to update their thinking. That is, if the experts are not simply funded by corporations too.

Just as an example, it was recently exposed how Coca-Cola spends tens of millions of dollars buying the loyalty of government health experts and scientists as well as high-profile bloggers and personal trainers. To not mention the dangers of drinking sugar. To keep quiet about it. That’s the reality behind their slogan about “open happiness” and billions of dollars of feel-good advertising. How are obesity, disease and lies the road to happiness?

It may seem impossible to change this. What can one person do? Not much. But together, using modern tools… if we have the will, we can change anything.

Towards the solution

What would you do if there was a clear way to make the world a better place?

Most of the truth we need is already out there, it is already known, many are already using it with fantastic results. What’s needed is to find this truth and make it as simple as possible to use. To empower people everywhere to revolutionize their health.

This can’t be achieved by using old thinking. We’ll have to question everything. And it can’t be achieved by selling a magic product, a pill or a packaged food product or by financing from the corporations that are profiting from the status quo. That’s the thinking that got us into this mess.

Here at Diet Doctor we want to be a part of the solution. That’s why we’ve decided to take no money from industry. We sell no food, no supplements, no other products and we have no ads.

Instead, we’re fully funded by the people, via an optional membership (free trial available).

We give away for free to the world everything that is necessary, even if someone does not sign up for a membership. We’re focusing on free simple guides, recipes and step-by-step plans, providing everything you need to lose weight without hunger or to cure diabetes type 2.

Welcome to Diet Doctor. Let us tell you more about reality and some of the misconceptions that stop people from achieving health and happiness.

The solution

The solution to the obesity and diabetes epidemics already exists. It’s very simple:


That’s basically it. Although there are additional details, if you want to lose weight effortlessly or to reduce your diabetes you should probably make a special effort to drastically reduce the carbohydrates, especially sugar and processed starch (like flour) that you consume.

Natural fat, like butter? Eating that is fine. Red meat? That’s fine too. Calories? That’s just another – bizarre – name for food. Eating real food is perfectly fine, as long as you are hungry. Counting calories and ignoring your hunger is an eating disorder.

Exercise? That’s great for your health and well-being, but it’s never going to make you thin. You cannot outrun a bad diet.

There’s only one long-term solution that is truly effective. Eat real food, when you are hungry.

Why change is so slow

So if the problem is so huge, and the solution already exists – why is the problem not solved already?

TIME: Eat ButterBecause of inertia, old dogma and vested interests. Primarily it’s just hard for us humans to change our minds. It takes time.

The mistaken fear of natural fat is still just alive, like some half-dead zombie – even though modern science has thoroughly disproven it. TIME magazine even put this fact on its cover in 2014. Fearing natural fat leads to even more high-carb, high-sugar junk food – so it’s been a really bad idea.

There is also massive money to be made from the status quo. The entire food and pharmaceutical industries depend on it, and they employ armies of lobbyists and even researchers.

The food industry wants to divert the blame from their bad food (the real problem) to their consumers. That is why they to keep the focus on calorie counting, “personal responsibility” and exercise.

The pharmaceutical industry does not want people to get well. It’s easy to understand why. That would put them out of business.

The government would love to improve the health of the people, but official agencies move slowly and are easy prey for professional lobbyists and influencers. Just look at Michelle Obama’s sadly failed “Let’s Move” campaign. As soon as the junk-food industry got involved, everything turned into empty pep talk, with no real change that anybody truly believes in.

Bringing the solution to the people

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As no solution is coming from the top, it can only come from the bottom, from people like you and me. And it will, because nothing is so powerful as an idea whose time has come.

The Diet Doctor organization wants to speed this process up, and we have a plan to do exactly that. We want to make it very simple for you to understand and get inspired to revolutionize your health. After that, we want you to help other people – your friends, family, etc. – to revolutionize their health.

Then this good cycle can repeat and multiply.

Use the menu at the top of the page to find our best guides. And remember to sign up for our free weekly newsletter. If you do it now, you also get access to a free video course on eating a low-carb, high-fat diet.



Direct support questions about the membership, the newsletter etc. to support@dietdoctor.com (we will answer within 24 hours)

If you want to contact anyone in Team Diet Doctor send an email to firstname@dietdoctor.com. Please note that while we read all emails, we unfortunately have limited capacity to answer questions. Furthermore, we cannot give personal medical advice about diet or health by email.

The Food Revolution

This talk from 2016 summarizes the ongoing revolution. How we recognize old mistakes and the most effective way to improve our health and weight.


Do you want to help change the world? There are many things you can do. Here are a few suggestions:

  • Be a positive example and inspire the people around you (answering their questions is more effective than trying to persuade someone who isn’t ready).
  • How do you become a positive example? Check out our guides such as How to Lose Weight or How to Reverse Diabetes Type 2.
  • Do you just want to get started on low carb right away? Take The Two-Week Low-Carb Challenge – it contains everything you need.
  • Learn more. Check out our member site – free trial available – that has a wealth of video courses, concrete expert interviews and Q&As, presentations and movies.
  • Consider supporting the Diet Doctor organization with a long-term membership at $9 per month. Our members support our fast-growing organization that now has 17 employees and many freelancers, allowing us to stay completely independent be free from ads and sell no products.
  • Teach others: Comment on blogs and discussion forums and in papers, start a blog yourself, prepare a lecture, talk to your doctor.
  • Feel free to share the link to dietdoctor.com. You may also use anything you find on this site in whatever way you like, if you mention the origin of it.
  • Do you have any other ideas? Please tell us in the comment section below.

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Read about the Diet Doctor story so far

Team Diet Doctor


These are all people who transformed their lives using low carb. Click any image to read their stories:



Feel free to leave a comment below. We read them all.


  1. 2 comments removed
  2. Julie Kennedy
    I agree, where can I find guidance for no gall bladder issues?
    Reply: #2328
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  4. Debbie
    I love Diet Doctor and the fact that I can create my meal plan.

    I have a few suggestions:

    It would be nice to add any meal to any time off the day to play around with the meals, also to have an option to add other recipes like the breads, snacks or the desserts to be able to manage your carb intake for the day.
    It would also be nice to be able to send through to team to add or add recipes (your own) to be able to add it to the recipe list to create your meals - maybe have a bar code scanner.
    Give an option to choose keto or low carb meals not just in search function but as a meal plan option (can then also maybe add the option to select snack and dessert or breads recipes when you start with your weekly meal planning)

    It would also be nice to select the amount of persons for every day/meal, because some meals my kids eat with me but some not.

    Love this website, and love the recipes. Very helpful information.

  5. Cassieoz
    I'm doing well myself and putting a lot if effort into spreading the word BUT having diffuculty getting people with tight food budgets to engage with the plan. I'd love to see some emphasis on budget strategies (your budget meal plan was full if prohibitive ingredients): the price of butter us rising, pure cream is expensive, fish is expensive, Kristie cooks with expensive/uncommon mail-order ingredients, the talk on 'quality of food' perpetuates the myth of the absolute necessity of organic/pastured. The people who need this the most are excluded by the cost or rarity of ingredients. Can we hear more about Prof Noakes and taking it to the townships for example?
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  7. Clifford
    Help, help, help. I am enjoying this site. I see no other place to contact anyone. I am trying to select favorites for "My Favorites". I have looked under recipes and there is no place to add a favorite as advertised. Please inform me on what to do.
    Cliff Anderson
    Reply: #2310
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  9. Peter Biörck Team Diet Doctor
    Hi Clifford!

    You have to login. Then click on the heart symbol at bottom right of the picture.

    Help, help, help. I am enjoying this site. I see no other place to contact anyone. I am trying to select favorites for "My Favorites". I have looked under recipes and there is no place to add a favorite as advertised. Please inform me on what to do.
    Cliff Anderson

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  11. Edie
    No Cooking Keto?
    I would love to try the 2 week plan but hate to cook and not good at it. I've seen several mentions of a "no cooking" keto diet plan. Is this available on the 2 week trial period?
  12. Tracey
    Any advice on how to have less protein but still have high fats? I seem to be going over my protein allocation a day - help please
  13. michelle
    Can someone please help......
    I have been on the Keto diet for almost 5 weeks, the first 2 weeks I lost a total of 2.5kg, but since then I have lost nothing :(
    I follow the Keto Meal plans on here - skipping breakfast, then i just have lunch and dinner, no snacks, plenty of water. I literally have not eaten anything Im not suppose to during this time.
    I cant work it out! :(
    I'm really loving the Keto diet, but finding it hard to stay focused when not seeing any results.
    Can someone please give me some tips!
    Thank you :) x
  14. Taylor

    are the calories listed on the meals per serve or per meal, because the chicken casserole says 1188 Calories !! Surely not per serve?

  15. Nancy
    My husband and I have been on the Keto Diet for 2 1/2 weeks now. Our energy level is way down and we have not lost any weight. We have been very strict as far as using the Keto Recipes, etc. What is the problem? Nancy
  16. lennee
    Do you have to use the meal plans listed in the two week challenge. I just started doing this a week ago and I was under the impression to just eat what is listed for meats, veggies, good oils. I have been doing this for a week, eating only when hungry, not eating in between. Doing everything except using the meal plans. I feel great, not hungry, no cravings but haven't loss any weight. I know that takes time.
    Can I continue what I'm doing or do I have to do the meal plans. Think I'm doing everything right except maybe not getting enough fat. HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!
  17. Michelle
    I’m still learning and have only been LCHF for about 2 weeks. Feeling great. My main purpose is to starve cancer cells so I don’t have a reoccurrence of ovarian cancer and hopefully lose some weight as a byproduct.

    Maybe someone can help with my biggest struggle: I work 7p-7a, 3-4 days per week so my metabolism is already shot. What I have been doing is a 24 hour fast on the initial day of work, eat 2 meals in an 8 hour period, then go 16/8 after that. On my last day of work last meal around 2 am and fast until dinner with family that evening (rinse repeat, lol). I do consume a fat bomb and BPC during a typical fast if I get “hungry”.

    Does this need some tweaking? Input welcome.

    Also, I’m mostly shooting for a 15-20 grams NET carbs per day (or during eating time). Is this about right? NET not total! Total remains about 25-30g or higher if my carb intake was from vegetables.

    Thank you for insight.

  18. Heather
    Hi Guys,

    My wife and I have been following Keto for a while now and have both lost weight and are feeling pretty good. I just wanted to ask if you could include some recipes with a bit of actual flavour, I'm talking specifically the Keto Chinese Pork with Brussel Sprouts. I'm not sure what park of China you are referring to with this recipe, it must be an extremely bland part. There was NO FLAVOUR enhancements in the ingredients apart from tamari soy sauce, garlic and rice vinegar. The sprouts were simply sauted in butter. It was nice but really, this did not live up to the hype of 'Goodbye takeout'. PLEASE give us recipes with flavour....

  19. Luciana
    Hi, since I am doing Keto I experience that my vision got much worse, what can I do ?
  20. Judy
    I love this site. After watching the videos, especially on insulin and how it inhibits fat burning, I am curious as to why Glycemic Load is not discussed. Why should foods with low GL still be "forbidden" on Ketogenic diets?
  21. Billy Etheridge
    I wanted to thank Dr Fung for his 2 books. I purchased the audio books and finished them both at work.
    Our health care wanted me to lose weight and I tried to do some of the things that the dietitian asked me to do but I was not dropping the weight like they wanted us to.
    So I started doing some of the things Dr Fung talked about in his books.
    I have dropped the weight off and reached the goal of 215 pounds and have maintained my weight for over a year. I fast 2 days a week eat breakfast until the next morning?
    I was doing 3 days a week but was dropping to much weight.
    Our cholesterol leave have dropped.
    Thank you Dr Fung

    My brother has stage 4 kidney disease would fasting help with stage 4 kidney disease????

  22. Susan Collis
    Love all the info and recipes but wish they were in grams as well as ounces.
    Replies: #2325, #2331
  23. jennifer
    Hi, I'm hoping someone can help me. I was on the keto diet for around 3 weeks. I was in ketosis all the time, in fact on the fourth colour up. I lost 3kg and could not loose anymore. Can someone please tell me why. I would like to get back onto it, but right now very discouraged.
  24. Rosie
    There’s a green tab at the top of the recipes where you can change it to metric
  25. Monica Thompson
    Can i eat ground turkey meat
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  27. Kerry
    Yes....my wife has this as well - we know a number of people with absent gall bladders. My wife finds that she has to spread out the fat as much as possible to give the processing in smaller servings to the body.
  28. tracey
    am i on the right plan. i hate butter and margarine so don't want to cook sprouts fried in butter etc
    can a low carb diet work if you don't like a lot of greasy food
  29. kim
    Would you recommend using a Keto breath monitor
  30. Christine Dunn
    I believe you can change some in the 2 week challenge to metric.
  31. June
    How can I end my membership?
  32. Tahlia
    Hey guys,
    I have been on the LCHF Diet for a week and have lost 2.9kgs which I am so happy about. I just wanted to seek some advice as some people I know who work in the Medical field have informed me that eating a gluten Free diet when you don't suffer from any gluten intolerances. Can anyone shed some light on the issue, if it isn't good for you is there a supplement to take of should I add some gluten to the diet,

    Thanks guys

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