This is a place for people who are vegans or interested in veganism to share links, ideas, or recipes. "A philosophy and way of living which seeks to exclude—as far as is possible and practicable—all forms of exploitation of, and cruelty to, animals for food, clothing or any other purpose" - The Vegan Society
The Ketogenic Diet is a low carb, high fat method of eating. And /r/keto is place to share thoughts, ideas, benefits, and experiences around eating within a Ketogenic Diet. Helping people with diabetes, epilepsy, autoimmune disorders, acid reflux, inflammation, hormonal imbalances, and a number of other issues, every day.
Welcome to a community much like r/1200isplenty where users share meals and tips, with a twist! Everything you'll find here is 100% vegan. While many use this way of eating as a weight loss method, many maintain well at 1200 calories a day.
The great comedian, Ed Wynn said, "Without your health, riches, possessions and fame are all mud." With the high costs of health care, how can we *afford* not to keep ourselves well? Most fast for health, self-discipline and preparation and not for religious reasons. Perhaps no subject is less understood by the public and the "healing" professions than this oldest of means of caring for the sick body.
For women and gender non-binary redditors who are fit, want to be fit, like reading about fitness to put off getting fit. Feel free to discuss your own personal experience related to fitness, exercise, dieting, gaining weight, body image, and health.
r/KetoScience is dedicated to being the center for online discussion on the latest scientific discoveries in the broad and expanding role of the ketogenic diet(KD) in reversing chronic disease. We post RCTs, prospective cohorts, epidemiology , and case studies and discuss the pro's and con's of each. We discuss type 2 diabetes, gout, Alzheimer's, mild cognitive impairment, obesity, epilepsy, mental illness, autoimmune diseases, metabolic syndrome, sugar, omega6 polyunsaturated seed oils, &more!
Intermittent Fasting(IF) is way of eating that restricts *when* you eat, usually on a daily or weekly schedule. People engage in IF to reap the many benefits to health, fitness, mental clarity, or because it feels good. This is a place to share success, support each other, ask questions, and learn.
A subreddit for carnivores --- people who eat only foods from the animal kingdom. "When all the top soil is gone, it really won’t matter what dietary pattern your children and their children follow because they’re all going to be screwed. Livestock, especially ruminants, are essential tools in rebuilding soils and soil health." -- for full ref, see section "Red Meat and the Environment" in the subreddit's FAQ