Rank #1: EP. 4 Keto Kookie Creator Kristoffer Quiaoit
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Aug 31 2016
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A podcast for Ketonians. I’m geeked out about the Ketogenic Diet and the Low Carb Lifestyle in all of it’s incarnations including Carnivore, Fasting, Paleo, Atkins, Whole30, Banting, THM, Primal, Caveman; all that. I’m the self appointed charismatic leader of the Cult of Keto. Ketosis has saved my life and Ketones are Laser Beams. Let’s hack our brains and evolve together💥
Rank #1: Day 25 Carnivore Diet: THE DEVIL IS IN THE DETAILS.
Day 25 - Carnivore Diet 30 day Experiment. Getting Real with myself and the mistakes I’ve been making. #dairyisscary
Rank #2: Day 24 Carnivore Diet: I DON’T KNOW WHAT’S GOING ON 😶.
Day 24 of my 30 day carnivore diet experiment and I’m having doubts and still struggling with adjusting to this style of eating.
Podcast by The Keto Brother
Rank #1: Talking With Female Body Builder Natty B.
Talking With Female Body Builder Natty B by The Keto Brother
Rank #2: Keto My Recovery.
Good State Health Solution: https://www.goodstate.com/?acc=10&bannerid=1
A journey of experiences going Keto along with tips, science and support.
Rank #1: Episode 6: Ketosis V Ketoacido.
Episode 6: Ketosis vs Keto acidosis what's the difference?
Rank #2: Episode 5: Cholesterol.
Episode 5: Cholesterol and doing online research.
Me having a conversation with people about how their lives have been changed for the better by eating a ketogenic diet, and the positive effects that has had on their mind, body and spirit.
Rank #1: #12-Bobby Keeptone -Part 1.
Bobby is the founder of Keeptone Breads, the first ketogenic bread on the market.He shares his story about how he started a keto lifestyle and developed his bread. We had to cut it short as Bobby had to bail, but we will continue with a part 2 soon.Hit up @Keeptone_aus to check out their awesome breads.
Rank #2: #11 - Justin Strout.
Justin Strout is the managing Director of Keto Nutrition Sport. They are a supplement company who make products that support athletes who eat high fat low carb diets.There products are great and what i personally use when out riding or running, there is no commercial arrangement between us, i just think there stuff is legit and it could help others out there looking to get the best out of there bodies.if your interested in there products you can find them atwww.ketonutrition.com.au
Open table discussions about ketogenic diets, ketosis, some intermittant fasting and general low carb dieting issues.Come join the discussion on facebook athttps://www.facebook.com/groups/impulsiveketo/
Rank #1: IKC 10: Fasting for the win.
We continue the conversation from HC9 on fasting and exercise and talk about the new fasting group.
Rank #2: IKC 8: 10 keto questions.
Karen and I take on 10 common keto questions and fill in the why and howSalt and Mag and tired and cramps?How do get my gallon of water in?What is up with peeing on a stick?Is it like Atkins?What to order when i eat out?Drinking?is this Russel Stover candy ok for keto?Why do we use grams instead of percentages on macros?Why is there so many carbs in an avocado???Can I just eat no carbs all day and have an apple after dinner?
Mark began low carb dieting on 1/1/2007 and has gone in and out of this WOE - this time he is dedicating the next 6 months to 100% low carb dieting! Interested in how it works? Scared and need to talk to a normal guy? THAT'S ME! Phone in, email or snail mail me your questions and comments...
Rank #1: Episode 49 - Interview with Chris Bair from Keto Chow!.
Low Carb ShowEpisode 49s05e01Interview with Chris Bair from Keto Chow!It's been quite some time since my last podcast episode and this new one is sure not to disappoint! Chris Bair was kind enough to take the time to discuss his magnificent product, KetoChow and what is going on with KetoChow 2.0 (the newest version of his meal replacement Ketogenic shake, yes, you read that right!). We discuss flavors that didn't do as well as he thought they would, new possible flavors and even discuss BBQ.Since January 1 2017 my wife and I have been doing strictly Keto eating but since my wife has such a demanding job she asked if I knew of a 'shake' that fits into this lifestyle....I didn't expect what I found at http://reddit.com/r/ketochow and finally KetoChow.xyz ! My wife ordered 2 weeks worth of KetoChow and not only is she amazed at her energy level but also at the rate of dropping weight. Her current favorite is Chocolate Peanut Butter which has been described as many on Reddit as "a liquefied reeses" (yes please!)Chris discusses where he came up with the current version of KetoChow in depth on his website KetoChow.xyz , has even released the ingredients list and gives step by step instructions to make your own mixture on YouTube! Yes, he has released his recipes to the public and are considered Open Source!I can't thank Chris enough for taking the time to chat with me....I love his product and hope he just keeps growing! Give them a chance
Rank #2: Episode 48 - Fed Up Review.
Low Carb ShowEpisode 48s04e12Mark discusses his fondness for the new Documentary Fed Up.http://fedupmovie.com
Naturopathic Doctor, Acupuncturist, Chinese herbal medicine, areas of specialty Environmental medicine, nutrition, and nutrigenomics. Clinical practice 16 years.
Rank #1: Episode 56: What’s on the mind of the Physician with the most experience with using the Ketogenic Diet - Interview with Dr. Westman part I.
This is a rare opportunity to go deeper on the Ketogenic Diet with someone who has been using it for many different conditions. Even though his practice is outwardly focused on obesity within the Diet and Lifestyle Clinic at Duke University, many other conditions are referred to his practice exclusively to have people learn about and how to implement the Ketogenic Diet due to its many health restoring attributes. Having witnessed first hand how effective his practice is I can certainly testify to both the success he’s having and the variety of cases of conditions that have been transformed by Keto. Buy C8Keto MCT Oil on AmazonOur Facebook Group Keto NaturopathUntil next time, Dr. Karl
Rank #2: Episode 78: Identifying The Invisible Obstacles To Achieving Success With Keto.
The question I keep asking myself is why is it we always hear about that some people can’t or don’t get positive results with a Ketogenic diet (aka Low Carb High Fat). Whether it is the Virta Health study or any one of various Obesity and Lifestyle Clinics around the country. It is pretty much common knowledge that about 50 % will get positive results, which usually mean weight loss or reversing diabetes. However that also means that 50% of those attempting the LCHF diet did not find any positive benefit for their efforts. WHY IS THAT THE CASE?This discussion is about exactly that. Going over some our collective (anonymous) results to reveal some of their common lab markers, metabolic problems that may have been an Invisible Obstacle for these people. It was only by looking deeper into areas that hadn’t been examined before, a Metabolic lab panel, Hormone panel, Intracellular nutrient panel, and Genome analysis, that we found problems that they didn’t know they had which could be easily improved and then make the Ketogenic easy to implement.Links for the Lab tests:Free CMP w Insulin https://www.ultalabtests.com/ketonaturopath/Shop/Items/Item/Comprehensive-Metabolic-Panel-CMP?q=Mg%3D%3DPromo ULTA8B27 to make free Insulinhttps://www.ultalabtests.com/ketonaturopath/Shop/Items/Item/Insulin?q=Mg%3D%3DPromo Code Ulta0615 to make $12.95Buy C8Keto MCT Oil on AmazonOur Facebook Group Keto NaturopathVisit our website for more podcasts, recipes, and informationUntil next time, Dr. Karl
Welcome to Family Doc Keto Talk! We will be talking all about the Keto diet & hearing real stories from real people who are on the Keto diet.
Rank #1: Episode 6: Gut Microbiome.
In this episode Dr. Hurlburt and Dr. Noonan discuss how their water challenge went and discuss the Keto diet and your gut microbiome. They talk with Steffi (@steffinketosis) about her keto journey, and have a new challenge to take!
Rank #2: Episode 5: Have Your Eggs And Eat Them Too.
This episode Dr. Noonan and Dr. Hurlburt discuss how their sleep challenge went and answer a voicemail they received from 2 listeners regarding egg consumption and dietary cholesterol while on the keto diet. They chat with Kayla Strunz (@kaylas_nutrition) and have a new challenge of drinking water.
This show dives into all things Keto and Low Carb! We will dive deep into hot keto topics as well as Q&A. We will leave no rock uncovered! Each episode will be short and to the point so you can listen even when you only have a few moments!The Keto Diet often comes with a lot of confusion and misinformation. Let me arm you with information so you can maximize your success!
Rank #1: Episode 3: Hot Topic Ketogenic Q&A.
Episode 3: Hot Topic Q&A Today I answer the following questions: How do I figure out my macros? Do I need to record what I eat? Why do I feel like crap? Can I still eat fruits and vegetables? If I eat sugar, will it throw me out of ketosis? Should I take ketones? BONUS - you get to hear my 3 kids each ask a question since this was recorded on Take Your Child to Work day! Resources: My favorite Macros calculator:http://bit.ly/2EViufa Free Keto Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheHappyBodyProjectMovement/
Rank #2: Episode 26: Breaking the keto weight loss stall.
Episode 26: Breaking the keto weight loss stall Learn my top 4 reasons you aren't losing fat and my top 4 tips for breaking through the keto weight loss stall! Join my private keto and low carb FB group:https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheHappyBodyProjectMovement/ Sign up for my FREE weekly recipe subscription: https://trinakrug.com/keto-recipe-subscription References: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14671205
Join Tracee Gluhaich, the High Energy Girl, while she chats with amazing guests and be inspired by their wisdom and successes. The ketogenic diet is a low carb high fat lifestyle and has been shown to be useful in helping the body heal from various conditions. From epilepsy to PCOS, Alzheimer's to diabetes. A favorite side effect is weight loss.Not to be a substitute for medical advice. Please consult your doctor.
Rank #1: #60 Tracee Talks - Plateau Busters: Egg Fast, Fat Fast, PSMF.
You hit a stall and are frustrated. What can you do? In this episode, we talk how to do an egg fast, a fat fast, and a protein sparing modified fast. These are temporary 3-5 day solutions to help you bust through that plateau.
Rank #2: #20 Alex Hofeldt - How Bulletproof Coffee Changed His Life.
Alex is quite an interesting man with passions such as science and yoga, Crossfit and bulletproof coffee. After running a marathon, Alex suffered some crazy health challenges and Bulletproof Coffee helped change his life. Alex loves to learn, think, and move. Movement, speed, and flow act as the keystones that motivate him. He is a science teacher and has a great podcast: Beautiful Dust Specks
Improve health by learning how to cook paleo, low carb, and gluten free meals with a pro chef and holistic nutrition consultant.
Rank #1: Stubborn Weight Loss with Dietician Cassie .
Rank #2: Fertility Tips for Getting Pregnant with Bridget Danner.
Helping you live the way you were designed to live, Heidi and Christine help members of our Live LCHF online community navigate their way to living a Low Carb Healthy Fat lifestyle. Let us help you Live LCHF.
Rank #1: Fatty liver disease and the LCHF diet.
TalkFEED — On the LCHF podcast today where we’re talking all things low carb healthy fat and once again we head off to the United States where we’re joined by America’s angriest trainer, Vinnie Tortorich. Today’s question comes from Ricardo Almaeda and it starts off with a bit of a health issue but Ricardo is an ultra marathoner. He’s a big runner, 37 years of age. About seven years ago he had a fatty liver issue which led to surgery and removal of half of his liver. Since then he has started running.He’s lost 30kg, which is close on 70 pounds, he’s pretty fit, he’s starting to adapt to a low carb healthy fat diet, purely for health purposes, but he’s kind of worried that the liver issue that he had in his past could become a bit of a problem. He says he’s two weeks into following a low carb healthy fat diet, he’s feeling fantastic, he’s performing fine as far as the running goes. Is he at any risk, should he follow along the same path or should he be wary? Read more
Rank #2: Why am I battling to lose weight?.
TalkFEED — Is weight loss one of your goals on the LCHF or Banting diet? Are you battling to shed those pounds and concerned as to why? Then we have got you covered on this episode of the LCHF podcast. Dr. Ann Childers is on hand with advice and tips on what could be holding you back in your weight loss endeavours. Read more
Carbs are for suckers - and here are the recipes to prove it
Rank #1: Episode 95 – Dr. Limansky’s top 5 keto foods.
We've got a guest again and are joined by Dr. John Limansky. John is a functional medicine doctor and uses keto with his patients daily. Today he shares his keto favorites food items for those just starting keto. You won't want to miss this. Top 5 favorite food for people just starting out on keto: […] The post Episode 95 – Dr. Limansky’s top 5 keto foods appeared first on Ketovangelist Kitchen.
Rank #2: Episode 99 – Ali Miller and the Anti-Anxiety Diet.
Today Brian and Carrie are joined by Ali Miller. She's releasing a new book called The Anti-Anxiety Diet. We talk about her top 5 keto superfoods she recommends to clients and patients. It's a great conversation that you won't want to miss. The post Episode 99 – Ali Miller and the Anti-Anxiety Diet appeared first on Ketovangelist Kitchen.
Veteran nutritional health podcaster Jimmy Moore hosts this LIVE listener call-in show with the best and brightest experts in the world of low-carbohydrate diets addressing the cutting-edge health issues you REALLY care about! Listen and interact with the show on Thursday nights at 7PM EST by dialing 712-432-0900 or via Skype by adding the contact 'freeconferencing.7124320900'. The access code is 848908. Visit AskTheLowCarbExperts.com to see which experts and topics are lined up and submit your questions for them at AskTheLowCarbExperts@gmail.com.
Rank #1: 5: ‘Ketosis: Devil or Angel?’ | Mark Sisson.
AIR DATE: February 9, 2012 at 7PM ETFEATURED EXPERT: FEATURED TOPIC: “Ketosis: Devil or Angel?”Episode 5 of “Jimmy Moore Presents: Ask The Low-Carb Experts” featuresMark Sisson who is the man behind the wildly popular “Mark’s Daily Apple” blog and the author of several health books focused on primal/Paleo/low-carb living, including his bestselling 2009 release as well as several cookbooks. He has been critically acclaimed for challenging many flawed elements of conventional wisdom about diet and exercise. Sisson’s “Primal” theme encourages us to reconnect with our hunter-gatherer ancestral roots by eating natural plant and animal foods, getting plenty of low-level daily activity interspersed with occasional brief, intense exercise, and engaging in lifestyle behaviors that balance the stress of hectic modern life. Sisson was one of the world’s most versatile and accomplished endurance athletes, with a 2:18 marathon to his credit and a fourth place finish in the Hawaii Ironman World Triathlon Championships. He also served as the first anti-doping leader of the International Triathlon Union and consulted internationally for the International Olympic Committee on endurance training, nutritional supplementation, and the effects of performance enhancing drugs on athletes. He is the founder and president of a Malibu, CA-based supplement company. Sisson lives in Malibu with his gorgeous wife and two teenage children.Mark has studied nutrition very closely over the years and is pretty astute at articulating information from the scientific research on diet and health. One specific area of expertise he possesses is on the controversial subject of ketone bodies. He does a fabulous job addressing the nonsense that and goes much deeper into what the purpose of ketone bodies in the body. This is a BIG TOPIC in the low-carb community and Mark Sisson does an excellent job addressing YOUR questions.Here are the questions about ketosis Mark addresses:GINA ASKS:Is it better, when testing for ketones, if the stick is very dark vs. lighter. In other words, is better to have more ketones? Or is any level of ketosis adequate?CHRISTINE ASKS:How do you explain to someone in the medical field that ketosis is not a bad thing? I was talking to my sister who is in the medical field and it seems that she along with a lot of other medical professionals who should know the difference between ketosis and ketoacidosis don’t. They automatically assume that ketosis and ketoacidosis are both bad. How do you explain the difference to them when they should already know the difference?KELLY ASKS:When I am in Ketosis – how do I know if the ketosis is from stored body fat or from excess fat that I may be eating? Is there a certain level of fat per day (in grams or a %) that I should aim for at to ensure my ketosis is from stored body fat (and not eating too much fat).CHARLES ASKS:I’ve always been taught that ketones could only be produced if you eat around 50g of carb or less. But I’ve seen on your site that you think eating less than 50g could lead to unnecessary deprivation of plant foods. Could you elaborate on this? CARY ASKS:How long does it normally take a body to get adapted to using ketones for energy? I keep starting over (VLC – around 30-40/day) because I feel like a slug for a month and just can’t take it. Now I read it can take longer than that to actually get your body adapted to using ketones for energy well? I need to lose about 75 pounds and have ZERO energy for exercise.JAMIE ASKS:Is ketosis really necessary for most people to lose weight?Are there any negative health consequences (kidneys, brain function, hypoglycemia, bone and eye health or constipation) to being in ketosis for an extended period of weeks, months or years?Can excess protein at any one meal bring you out of ketosis? If so how much is too much?Is a ketogenic diet inflammatory or anti-inflammatory?MATTIAS ASKS:Just wanted to ask you guys what to do about the dreaded keto breath. My girlfriend really hates it and refuses to even kiss my when I have it. I’ve heard all kinds of remedies, carrots, parsley and other herbs. Any suggestions?JOSHUA ASKS:Where does ketosis fit into my weight loss and muscle gain routine? I’m currently 5’6″ and weigh about 185 pounds.JENNY ASKS:After about 5 or 6 months of low carbing, my scalp started burning and my hair started falling out. Could this be linked with ketosis?TONIA ASKS:The brain requires a steady inflow of glucose for proper functioning. Gary Taubes mentions in Why We Get Fat that it isn’t known for sure if the brain can run as effectively on ketones as it can glucose. What are your thoughts?DEB ASKS:I am 52 years have returned Atkins low carb eating about 4 week ago after being on the diet roller coast all my life. I am also on several medication (blood pressure, thyroid, quit the statin, supplements etc) that I know do hinder weight loss, can they be preventing me from burning more ketones? Any suggestion how I can bump up my ketosis if need to?STEVE ASKS:Does approaching diet and health from the Primal point of view consider manipulating ketones/ketosis to lose a lot of weight as the OPTIMUM way to do it? The question is assuming that hunter gatherers would not usually make it to the level of hormone damage and obesity we find common in today’s population, so evolution may not have provided a robust way to get us out of such a huge hormonal mess.CHRISTINA ASKS:I’m wondering how the absence of a gallbladder can affect someone attempting ketosis or a Primal lifestyle in general. I have heard that others require slightly higher carbs to keep away from IBS type symptoms. Have you found this to be true?RICH ASKS:Dr. Steve Phinney, in a video interview with Andreas Eenfeldt, says that someone who takes a one or two day “holiday” from a ketogenic diet generally takes “at least two weeks and more like 4-6 weeks” before they re-enter full nutritional ketosis. Do you have any thoughts on this? It was my assumption that it wouldn’t take that long before someone would recondition their bodies to preferentially burn fat. Do we reset the clock every time we eat enough carbohydrates to come out of ketosis?Is lowering carbohydrates the only thing that determines whether or not someone will get into ketosis? Specifically, is there any effect food sensitivities have on being in a ketogenic state? When I eat nightshades (which I am sensitive to) my ketone bodies (as measured with ketone urine strips) go down. I generally eat a very low carbohydrate diet (less than 20 grams/day) and am wondering if this effect on my measured ketone bodies is due to food sensitivities, the increase in carbs from the nightshade foods, or some other reason?KEITH ASKS:I’d like to get Mark’s perspective on ketosis and gout risk. Also what about people who have gout going on ketosis?SUPPORT OUR SPONSOR LOW-CARB DIET FOR TRIATHLETES:
Rank #2: 33: Dr. Peter Attia | Finding The Diet That's Right For You.
AIR DATE: November 1, 2012 at 7PM ETFEATURED EXPERT: FEATURED TOPIC: “Finding The Diet That's Right For You”If you've been listening to my podcasts or read my blog for any length of time, then you've obviously heard me talk about one of the basic philosophies that I think is an important part of living a healthy lifestyle. Here it is: "Find a diet plan that is right for you, follow that plan exactly as prescribed by the author and then keep doing that plan for the rest of your life making appropriate tweaks along the way to keep it working." But how do you go about figuring out what the "right" diet and lifestyle plan is for you? That's what we'll be exploring further in Episode 33 of "Ask The Low-Carb Experts" with a highly-qualified guest expert named (listen to my March 2012 interview with Peter in ).TRY THESE DELICIOUS NEW PRE-MADE PALEO MEALSUSE COUPON CODE "LLVLC" FOR 10% OFF YOUR ORDERNOTICE OF DISCLOSURE: TRY THE WORLD'S FINEST CACAO BEAN LOW-CARB CHOCOLATEEnter "LLVLC" at checkout for 15% offNOTICE OF DISCLOSURE: Here are some of the questions we addressed in this podcast:RENEE ASKS:I have been refining what I think is my perfect diet for about 3 years now. During that time my diet has drastically changed for the better. I eat a very strict Paleo autoimmune diet with no dairy, nuts or nightshades. This has worked very well for me and now I am experimenting with a few little things here and there to tweak my diet that help me go from feeling good to feeling great. I am wondering about the cross-reactivity of coffee with gluten. I have heard that this can be a problem for some people, but I dismissed it because I didn’t want to believe that it can be a problem for me. But now I’m thinking that it IS a problem for me because after quitting coffee I started losing weight with no other changes in my diet. And it's not just calories because I replaced the coffee with a coconut oil cocoa that would have equal calories since I made my coffee into a coconut oil latte anyway. I know that gut issues are the minority of manifestation of gluten intolerance, so this effortless weight loss might be showing some type of healing. I also heard that a study came out early this year confirming that a coffee/gluten cross reactivity is a significant problem. What are your thoughts on this issue?MICHAEL ASKS:I'd like to hear Peter address hypercaloric feeding on a ketogenic diet in combination with weight training. Is it possible for someone who is already basically lean and healthy to overeat and train his way up in size? What is the likely practical limit to size gain and performance in weightlifting with insulin levels being kept very low?MIKE ASKS:I have found success stabilizing my weight on a diet of 20-30g of carbs per day. However, I can't seem to lose those last stubborn pounds. I am a 5'8" male and currently weight 160 pounds with 19% body fat. My goal is to get down to 15% body fat. I started monitoring my ketones and after a month was able to lose another 4 pounds and 1% body fat, but it was very hard for me to maintain the high percentage of fat in my diet required to get my ketones high enough. Recently I started slow lifting and I really like that program. But when I increased my protein to aid muscle development I knocked myself out of ketosis and am right back to the 19% fat, 160-pound mark. I suspect a hormonal problem is contributing to the difficulties in losing but I’ve tested my testosterone twice and both times it’s near the high end of the "normal range." Recently my TSH also tested fine at 1.9, my Free T4 Direct was in the middle of the lab range at 1.32, and my TPOab was also in the middle at 12. My Free T3 was on the low end of the lab range at 2.2 (with the lowest reference range being 2.0). Given all of the above, are there variations I could try in my diet that could get me unstuck and help me reach my goal?MARYANN ASKS:I’m a 76-year old woman with the H63D gene for hemochromatosis and have high ferritin. My latest test was 436 and it goes up and down with an all-time high of 625. My doctors says that a phlebotomy is unnecessary unless it goes over 1000. I also have paroxysmal atrial fibrillation which I understand eating the Paleo way is the best for this. My A fib discussion board members say my ferritin is way too high now. What diet would you say would be the best for me?TINA ASKS:I am 42 years old and have been overweight since having children in my early 20s. I am 5'4" and weigh 199 pounds. My A1c was 5.8 when I check it a few months ago and my doctor advised me that I’m at risk for Type 2 diabetes and that I need to start exercising 30 minutes per day. I have been playing around with low-carb/Paleo and primal diets for the past few months but I can't decide which way to go. I have read tons of information and listen to many health podcasts like the ones from Jimmy Moore, Balanced Bites and Fat Burning Man. Where do I start? I crave sweets at least once a day and that continues to be my biggest downfall. How do I pick the diet that’s right for me?PALEOZETA FROM AUSTRALIA ASKS:I would like Dr. Attia to talk about intermittent fasting and…well, diarrhea. Sorry. About 10 minutes after I eat again following an intermittent fast, which works very well for me in conjunction with my ketogenic diet, I tend to have one or two bouts of diarrhea. I was reading that it could be our body expelling the toxins in it, but I’m not so sure about that. I’ve heard other people who do IF having this same issue. Do you have any insights about this?JAN ASKS:I'm a peri-menopausal woman, and I eat a low-carb, high-fat version of primal. My doctor is pushing statins on me strictly on the basis of my LDL-C which registered in at 142 using the Freidewald Equation. My HDL is 79 and my triglycerides are 71. Because of my insurer and financial situation, getting an NMR Lipoprofile test to measure my LDL-P is out of my reach to better assess my risk factors. I can't even get them to do a C-Reactive Protein test to assess whether there's inflammation. Is there any dietary tweak I can make to bring LDL-C lower without negatively impacting my excellent HDL and triglyceride readings?ERIC ASKS:It seems very timely that Dr. Attia will be on your podcast, Jimmy, as your latest Apo B results showing 238 and an LDL-P score of 3451 would appear to be quite alarming based on his recent “The Straight Dope On Cholesterol” series. Since Dr. Attia is a huge fan of ketogenic diets AND has a lot of knowledge about the importance of lipid markers, I would imagine he would be in a fantastic position to help clarify what is going on here. He seems to believe that the Apo B number is one of the most important markers of cardiovascular health. By the way, what is Dr. Attia’s Apo B number?JACK ASKS:Since cycling is a topic that is rarely addressed in Paleo/low-carb circles, does Peter have any tips for maximizing endurance athletic performance while on a ketogenic diet? Whenever I try to do cycling while in ketosis, I often feel fatigued and lose some of my power. Alternately, if I eat a lot of carbs and sugar-laden cycling food, I get stomachaches and feel bloated and grouchy most of the ride. Peter's blog has been the only thing I've ever seen talking about this topic and I’d appreciate hearing more from him about this.ROGER ASKS:Does a ketogenic diet repair or re-regulate an underactive thyroid? I’ve been on this diet for a year and a half now, but my hypothyroid symptoms still exist although I feel much better. My latest blood tests suggest I have low T3. I’m athletically built, never been overweight and exercise moderately. I’m wondering if Dr. Attia is a proponent of doing any thyroid supplementation in conjunction with a ketogenic diet as a beneficial approach to treating these hypothyroid symptoms?MICHELE ASKS:I heard you mention on your previous podcast with Jimmy that you use vegetables as a vehicle for consuming more fat. How important are vegetables in the diet if you’re eating a high-fat, low-carb diet? I always get confused because you hear how important it is to eat a lot of vegetables but I’m not particularly fond of a lot of them when trying to increase my ketones.TOM ASKS:We often hear the phrase used in the low-carb community that “there’s no dietary requirement for carbohydrate.” I’ve always assumed this comment was directed at the usual suspects like breads, cereals, pastas, legumes, etc. However, I have to ask, are vegetables really necessary to consume? In my case, I’m referring to non-starchy vegetables, such as kale, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, and so forth. While vegetables contain vitamins, nutrients, fiber, and phytochemicals, I’ve read that cruciferous vegetables are also potentially goitrogenic. Cooking these vegetables for long periods of time supposedly helps to mitigate any deleterious effects, but the suggested cooking time is a minimum of 30 minutes. So what’s the scoop on veggies?DARREN ASKS:Over the past year and a half, I've been following a low-carb diet stopping short of nutritional ketosis. I'd put my daily carbohydrate input close to 100g out of a 2700- calorie diet. It has allowed me to accomplish and exceed the goals that I set out to do:- Lowered my Triglycerides from ~330 to
Welcome to keto for the culture! Hosts Ede Fox and Imani Dawson explore the ketogenic lifestyle from an African American lens with humor, heart and low carb recipes that are heavy on the seasoned salt.
Rank #1: DIABETES.
Black Keto breaks down type two diabetes and explores strategies for reversing and avoiding it.
Rank #2: Ketoing with Bae.
Ede and Imani explore the advantages and challenges of keto living with a significant other. And, an interview with Imani's husband who is down 80lbs and counting.