Emily Maguire
Creator of lowcarbgenesis.com

Emily Maguire

After completion of her BSc in Nutrition, Emily went onto study for an MSc in Obesity Science and Management. Author at lowcarbgenesis.com, she is keen to share the myths and truths surrounding the ever confusing and interesting topic of nutrition.

With over 7 years of experience working within the commercial weight loss sector, she has unprecedented insight knowledge into the use of alternative nutritional therapies, particularly that of the ketogenic diet.

For the past year she has been touring around the world where she has met, shadowed and mentored off some of the key people in the world of low carbohydrate nutrition.

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Exogenous Ketones - What You Need To Know

Supplementing with ketone bodies has become increasingly popular over the past few years, when they were first made commercially available. People appear to be using these for many different reasons including that of weight loss and improved mental performance. However, the exact understanding of ...

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Practical Guide to Fasting

The benefits of fasting to both the body and the mind are becoming more and more apparent. Who should and should not fast and what type of fasting should be done will vary depending on the individual. What are the Main Forms of Fasting? With the increase in popularity in fasting, there have been ...

Complete Guide to Magnesium Supplementation

With magnesium being the fourth most abundant mineral in the body, it plays a wide role in many important processes. Over the past century though, there has been a significant decrease in magnesium intake (1). The recommended nutrient intake per day for magnesium is between 300-400 mg/day (2). As ...

The Importance of Potassium in Low-Carb Diets

What is Potassium and why is it needed? Just like magnesium, potassium is one of the main electrolytes within the body. Along with sodium and chloride, potassium is responsible for maintaining electrolyte balance. Electrolytes are responsible for sending electrical impulses around the body. Specifi ...

The Importance of Magnesium in Low-Carb Diets

What is Magnesium and Why is it Needed in the Body? Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in the body and is needed for several important functions including: Maintaining normal muscle and nerve function Keeping a healthy immune system Maintaining normal heart rhythm Building strong bon ...

7 Science-Backed Health Benefits of Fasting

Humans have been fasting for hundreds of years and have evolved to be able to deal with periods of feast and famine. Today though we live in the thinking that we must eat every 2-3 hours with snacks in between. There is an ingrained belief in us now that if we leave large periods of time between ...

Ketogenic Diet and Brain Cancer

Brain cancers accounts for 1.8% of all cancers worldwide (1). The number of new diagnoses made annually is 2 to 3 per 100,000 people in the US and Europe. Brain and other CNS tumors are the 11th most common cancer in the UK, accounting for 3% of all new cases (2). Types of Brain Cancers Prima ...

Types of Ketogenic Diet for Epilepsy

In a previous blog post, we looked at how the ketogenic diet could be used as a treatment option for both children and adults with refractory epilepsy. When we look at the practical use of the ketogenic diet, there are more than one option that can be followed. All the forms of ketogenic diets f ...

Ketogenic Diet and Epilepsy

What is Epilepsy? Epilepsy is a chronic neurological disorder that is associated with a disruption in the normal electrical activity within the brain. The main symptom of this abnormal brain activity results in repeated seizures, which can range from brief lapses to severe and prolonged convulsio ...

Ketogenic Diet and Parkinson's Disease

What is Parkinson’s Disease? Parkinson’s Disease (PD) is a progressive neurological condition generally indicated by nerve cell damage and cell death. It results from a deterioration of dopamine producing cells in the brain (an area known as substantia nigra). This lack of dopamine in the bra ...