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A no B.S. attitude towards making the world healthier, delving into the minds of world-class scientists, performers and researchers, busting nutritional myths and simplifying your life in a sea of information overload. We produce premium quality food products and distill science to provide you with information that actually works. Visit us at

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A no B.S. attitude towards making the world healthier, delving into the minds of world-class scientists, performers and researchers, busting nutritional myths and simplifying your life in a sea of information overload. We produce premium quality food products and distill science to provide you with information that actually works. Visit us at

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Good interviews

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Great value in this podcast. Relevant questions. Thank you.

Great podcast with great guests

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Thanks guys! Appreciate all the effort...

iTunes Ratings

61 Ratings
Average Ratings

Good interviews

By WeezieAC - Jun 02 2018
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Great value in this podcast. Relevant questions. Thank you.

Great podcast with great guests

By Sandkkim - May 21 2018
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Thanks guys! Appreciate all the effort...
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Ketogeek's Podcast

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A no B.S. attitude towards making the world healthier, delving into the minds of world-class scientists, performers and researchers, busting nutritional myths and simplifying your life in a sea of information overload. We produce premium quality food products and distill science to provide you with information that actually works. Visit us at

Rank #1: 25. Dr. Ted Naiman

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Our special 25th podcast episode! As the battle between fats and carbs rage on, we're not only ignoring the importance of protein but also demonizing it. In this episode, we bust away with myths against protein over-consumption.

Bio: Dr. Ted Naiman is a jacked-to-the-gills board-certified Family Medicine physician and has spent his life studying diet and exercise and their impact on health. He has used lifestyle interventions to change the lives of thousands of people and cure metabolic and autoimmune diseases. 

Time Stamps:

6:08 – Dr. Ted Naiman’s story

7:57 – Is the medical community moving towards low carb?

9:20 – How do make the infamous “Ted Naiman Infographics”?

11:40 – Is formal education the way to go now?

13:31 – Obesity & fat storage in an evolutionary context

18:15 – Insulin resistance as an energy overload problem

20:08 – Molecular activity during insulin resistance

20:45 – Exceptions to Low Carb & Keto diets

23:36 – What is your diet plan like?

26:31 – Book recommendations for nutrition

27:47 – What drives you to do good?

31:47 – Can vegan diets work long term?

36:33 – Minimal workout for maximum results

39:12 – The protective effect of muscles

42:17 – Why most blood tests and labs are pointless

46:41 – Protein leverage hypothesis and why protein restriction in most cases is a terrible idea

50:24 – Preferential glucose requirements and hierarchy

52:08 – What is the ‘Protein Sparing Modified Fast’ and how powerful is it?

54:43 – Why carnivore diet is the antidote of veganism

57:09 – Caution about plant foods

1:00:38 – What is ‘adequate protein’?

1:04:58 – Important discussion on eating too much fat and gaining weight on Keto

1:09:44 – Why blood sugar and A1C doesn’t go down and may even go up on Keto and Low Carb diets

1:16:15 – Potato

1:18:27 – When should people reach out to you?

1:21:02 – Bone health, kidney damage, gluconeogenesis and myths against high protein intake

1:24:34 – Importance of exercise

1:25:53 – Final Plugs


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Mar 06 2018
1 hour 27 mins

Rank #2: 16. Dr. Zsófia Clemens

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"Meat causes cancer" is plastered everywhere in the world of health and nutrition but what happens when you pitch a practically all-meat diet against cancer and various other chronic conditions? Time to find out and bust one of the biggest controversy in human health.

Bio: Zsófia Clemens, PhD, is a biologist and clinical researcher specialized in nutrition, nutritional therapy and brain research. She has been affiliated with the National Institute of Clinical Neuroscience, Budapest and the Neurological Department, University of Pécs, Hungary. She is also the leader of the Paleomedicina Hungary. In international academic journals, She has published 40 research articles with more than 1100 citations.”

Time Stamps:

5:27 - Zsofia's Story

7:32 - Why switch to a Paleolithic Ketogenic Diet?

8:42 - Is healthcare different in Europe

10:06 - What scientific literature does Zsofia use?

14:43 - Are there other groups using a carnivorous diet for treating diseases?

15:32 – Why combine Paleo and Keto for treatment?

17:14 – What is gut or intestinal permeability?

20:39 – How do various food types impact intestinal permeability?

22:56 – Does fiber have any impact on intestinal permeability?

23:37 – How does intestinal permeability create autoimmune conditions?

26:25 – Is leaky gut genetic or is it reversible?

27:30 – What is the PEG 400 test?

29:55 – Any other tests used for measuring intestinal permeability?

32:09 – What causes cancer?

34:18 – What is contact inhibition?

37:22 – Can an all meat diet cause chronic conditions?

38:54 – How does a carnivorous person die?

41:31 – What would happen if everyone in the world became a carnivore?

43:23 – How do you prepare your meat?

44:40 – How do you decide what to add to a carnivorous diet?

46:00 – How do you find out important biomarkers?

47:24 – What happens when you pitch meat against cancer?

55:22 – How do we build science that challenges the entire healthcare, pharmaceutical and food industry?

58:28 – What is the relationship between epilepsy and Vitamin D?

1:00:14 – Evolution and role of Vitamin C

1:03:18 – Is artificially chasing ketones pointless?

1:05:38 – How can you tell good from bad scientists?

1:07:01 – What are the critiques of the Paleolithic Ketogenic diet?

1:08:55 – Do you need to bother about microbiome on a carnivorous diet?

1:12:04 – Is coffee & alcohol ok?

1:18:49 – Is Keto & Paleo just a transitional phase in humanity moving to a carnivorous diet?

1:20:00 – How would you design a perfect diet for humans?

1:20:39 – What’s next for Paleo Medicina?

1:22:49 – Message for carnivores across the world

1:23:57 - Final Plugs

Dec 12 2017
1 hour 26 mins

Rank #3: 43. Stephan Guyenet, PhD

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Obesity is a complicated problem and the solution may lie in a multi-prong approach. We look at what the science tells us about obesity, how various properties of foods can impact consumption, discuss the Carbohydrate Insulin Hypothesis and understand how the brain and body responds to an obesogenic environment.


Stephan J. Guyenet, PhD is a former neuroscience and obesity researcher and author of the book The Hungry Brain: Outsmarting the Instincts That Make Us Overeat, which was named one of the best books of 2017 by Publishers Weekly. His research has been cited more than 2,000 times by his scientific peers. His writing and speaking focus on the brain circuits that regulate eating behavior and body fatness, and how we can work with them to sustainably manage our waistlines.

Time Stamps:

12:45 – Stephan’s journey into neuroscience and obesity research

16:06 – What caused obesity in humans?

20:22 – The connection between smoking and obesity?

22:32 – Why does every new diet trend such as paleo fail to reverse obesity crisis?

30:31 – Why focusing purely on taste and flavor to gauge food could be obesogenic.

36:36 – Why pure sugar, pure fat and pure sugar/fat are difficult to consume but in the right combination can be addictive and be overconsumed?

45:49 – How sensory variety could lead to overconsumption

48:40 – NUSI study and why Carbohydrate Insulin Hypothesis probably isn’t the sole driver of obesity

59:39 – Can eating fat raise insulin over time?

1:04:04 – How the food industry is incentivized to create obesogenic foods

1:08:11 – What drives cravings?

1:10:45 – Is short term overconsumption a good predictor of long term overconsumption?

1:14:04 – Does sugar addiction exist?

1:17:20 – Understanding what kind of animal studies are relevant and which aren’t

1:21:03 – What kind of research would you like to see?

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Jul 21 2018
1 hour 26 mins

Rank #4: 9. Alison Gannett

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This is one of the most powerful podcasts we have done at Ketogeek and delves into the Pandora's box and the bane of humanity: Cancer. Alison Gannett, surviving through a baseball size brain tumor, is not just leading the charge when it comes to tackling this disease but also an inspirational figure to look up due to her world class accomplishments. We call her the ‘Renaissance Woman’. Must listen, must share!

Time Stamps:

2:30 What’s new In Alison’s life

3:35 Alison’s near-death experience with brain Tumor

6:41 Dr. Nasha’s Terrain Ten and how the Ketogenic Diet influences cancer

9:11 Therapeutic ketogenic diet vs. ketogenic diet for body re-composition

10:56 Finding reliable and useful resources for cancer patients

13:02 Why one-size-fits-all model doesn’t work for therapeutic reasons

15:36 Understanding how DNA expresses itself in blood chemistry

18:27 How DNA mutates through generations and externally present factors

20:08 How a high carb diet combined with heavy exercise creates inflammation

23:40 Could you map an ideal diet plan for a human being before they are even born?

26:26 How can I find out I have cancer?

29:43 What biomarkers are relevant and irrelevant for cancer?

31:54 How stress levels and emotional wellbeing can influence cancer growth

35:26 Palatability and food preferences in cancer patients

37:23 Appetite variation in cancer patients

38:56 Sources of proteins while undergoing cancer treatment

42:00 Cancers in which Keto may work or may not work

42:40 Challenges facing liver cancer using Keto

44:32 What kind of physical activities should or shouldn’t cancer patients do?

47:31 While fighting cancer, can it ever be too late?

49:47 Genetics, metabolic theory of cancer and multi-prong approach to fighting cancer

55:03 Hypothetically, what should I do if I have cancer?

56:29 If I am in the medical field, how do I orchestrate the treatment for cancer?

59:49 The future of healthcare and cancer research

1:01:08 What kind of educational events should one attend cancer treatment

1:03:23 Learning from our Paleo roots

1:05:46 How to reconcile with a terminal illness

1:11:17 What kind of support system do people need during cancer treatment?

1:13:38 Keto for people with compromised immune system

1:16:13 Does cancer treatment response vary with age?

1:17:54 What would Alison do if she had unlimited money?

1:20:04 Is there a mantra or motto for people who embark on a life-threatening disease?

1:21:31 Resources and plugs

Bio: Alison Gannett is a Ketogenic Cancer Coach, Self-sufficienct farmer, Climate Change Consultant, and founder of Cooking to Conquer Cancer, The Save Our Snow Foundation and Rippin Chix Camps. Accolades: World Champion Extreme Skier, nominated  “CNN Hero of the Year”, Outside’s “Green All-Star of the Year”, and “Ski Hero of the Year″


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Aug 23 2017
1 hour 25 mins

Rank #5: 31. Craig Emmerich

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You've all heard about the Ketogenic Diet. In this podcast we talk about some of the finer details of what constitutes a Ketogenic Diet and how it works. 

Bio: Craig Emmerich graduated in Electrical Engineering and has always had a systems approach to his work. He followed his wife Maria Emmerich into the nutrition field and has since dedicated his time researching and looking at nutrition and biology from a systems perspective. Over the last 8 years he has worked with hundreds of clients along side Maria to help them heal their bodies and lose weight leveraging their biology to make it easy.

Time Stamps:

0:16 – Energy Pod Plug

6:26 – How did you get into LC & Keto

8:19 – Did you face backlash going Keto?

9:57 – People who influenced your journey

13:21 – How do research for your book and stay on top of science?

16:27 – Fastest way to die by ketosis?

16:52 – Stages of Keto, adaption and mitochondrial growth

20:37 – How excessive sugar intake can speed up aging

22:10 – Can eating an avocado help mitochondrial function?

23:07 – Fat storage & feedback loop

26:03 – What exactly is inflammation and what causes it?

27:52 – Do various types of carbs, fats and proteins impact insulin differently?

28:52 – Why carbs raises insulin more than other macronutrients?

30:49 – Why can we hold only 4g of glucose in the bloodstream?

33:32 – What is the “Thermic Effect” of food?

37:19 – Protein requirement for protein sparing modifying fast?

39:55 – How do nutrition labels translate into actual calories?

42:58 – Flax seeds and estrogen

43:41 – Do calories matter?

47:53 – What is fat flux?

52:41 – Is there a limit to how much fat you can have in blood stream?

53:48 – Alcohol, oxidative priority and weight loss

1:02:14 – Best way to raise and lower insulin?

1:03:40 – How do you start fasting?

1:06:26 – Electrolyte requirements on a Ketogenic diet

1:10:28 – Electrolyte deficiency symptoms

1:11:51 – What are anti-nutrients and what do they do?

1:13:15 – Nutrient density of animal vs. plants

1:16:28 – Animal propensity for eating organ meats

1:17:36 – Bioavailability of various foods

1:24:55 – Final Plugs


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Apr 17 2018
1 hour 26 mins

Rank #6: 35. Danny & Maura Vega

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Knowing all about healthy diet and nutrition is one thing but how do you take all that you learn and apply it to yourself and your own family, especially when it comes to raising your children in a healthy way? This podcast talks about incorporating routines, training and a healthy diet into your family as a whole.

Bio: Danny and Maura Vega are Miami natives who now reside in Tampa, Florida. Danny was the starting runningback for his high school football team and led the county in rushing yards. He went on to receive his bachelor's degree from Columbia University in 2004, where he was a member of the football team. After college, he pursued his Master's of Science at the University of Florida, where he worked with the national championship men's basketball team, women's basketball, tennis and golf. He then went on to become the Strength and Conditioning coordinator for VCU basketball, helping the Rams win the 2007 conference championship.

Maura had a passion for dance since she was a young girl. She is classically trained in ballet, jazz, and contemporary. After high school she found herself struggling with her weight, and spent the next several years restricting food and even went as far as trying out a plant based diet for the sole purpose of "being skinny." A ketogenic lifestyle has not only freed her of her disordered eating, but she has also found relief from severe postpartum depression and anxiety.

These days, Maura and Danny can be found spending most of their time with their two boys. They have a unique way of thinking when it comes to children, and how to raise them. They unschool both of their boys who are also now following a ketogenic diet. Both boys have found relief from allergies and autoimmune issues with a ketogenic diet. They hope to inspire and change the way we see and treat children, and also how we feed them.

Time Stamps:

3:15 – How to consume Energy Pods?

11:44 – What kind of morning routines do you follow?

19:16 – How did you transition from Paleo to Keto to Carnivorous diet?

25:50 – How did you become part of Ketovangelist?

29:32 – What books or research helped you on your journey into Keto?

31:44 – Maura’s style of training and coming up with new exercises

34:38 – Sculpting the body vs functional training

35:40 – Danny’s style of training and cross training experimentations

40:30 – How resistance training changes as we age

42:20 – Should women be afraid of gaining muscles when they train?

45:52 – How do you as a woman reconcile with animal suffering when consuming meat?

52:40 – How do you navigate through social media?

58:27 – How do you raise children on a healthy diet?

1:08:43 – Nutrition for a mother during pregnancy and after having the baby

1:17:20 – How do you know if you’re doing a good job and what kind of conversations should you have in parenting and relationships?

1:23:19 – Introducing kids to physical routines and sports?

1:30:32 – How do teach children about failure?

1:33:44 – New projects up the horizon?

1:36:50 – Final Plugs


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May 16 2018
1 hour 41 mins

Rank #7: 18. Dave Feldman & Siobhan Huggins Part I

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Cholesterol gets a bad rap everywhere. Poor bugger actually has quite a role to play and we decided to figure that out! Get ready to geek out on this two part fireside chat with Dave Feldman & Siobhan Huggins from Cholesterol Code!

Dave Feldman Bio: Dave Feldman is a senior software engineer and entrepreneur. He began working with programming and system engineering at a very young age and has always enjoyed learning new mechanistic patterns and concepts.

After starting a low carb diet, Dave found his cholesterol numbers increased considerably. He then began reverse engineering the lipid system through self-experimentation and testing, finding it was very dynamic and fluid. He has now demonstrated this multiple times by moving his cholesterol up and down substantially in a matter of days. Siobhan Huggins Bio: After meeting Dave Feldman at Ketofest 2017, Siobhan's passion for lipidology was ignited and she was driven to research all she could in a mad attempt to figure out how lipids were involved in the immune system and chronic diseases. She has since written 2 articles that have been published on  -  on plaque development and LDL modification - with many more posts planned. 

Sio has been keto for 15 months in which time she has lost over 65 pounds, reversed her hypertension and stopped her blood sugars from going out of control. 

Although later to the game than most, Siobhan has dedicated herself to decoding the mysteries​ of cholesterol and is just getting started.

Time Stamps:

5:24 – Dave & Siobhan’s story

6:34 – What current are they currently working on?

8:22 – What exactly is Cholesterol?

9:42 – Cholesterol in evolutionary context.

11:41 – What are triglycerides and their role?

14:43 – Does the type of glycerides impact its energy output?

16:10 – What are lipoproteins, their role and how does the lipoprotein system work?

25:10 – Understanding the lipoprotein readings and their context

28:09 – Chemical signaling and the response by the lipoprotein system

32:01 – How to interpret your blood test results?

35:53 – What is the Feldman Protocol?

40:02 – What should I do as a cardiologist with conflicting evidence?

42:08 – What else is blamed on Cholesterol besides atherosclerosis?

42:50 – What really causes atherosclerosis?

44:37 – What causes the damage to lipoprotein system?

53:07 – Can you live forever?

5:17 – Caution against using drugs on the entire lipoprotein system




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Jan 04 2018
59 mins

Rank #8: 33. Dan Quibell

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What happens when you eat nothing but bacon for 30 days? We talk with the man behind The Bacon Experiment and find out what happens to the body when you undertake such an experiment. 

Bio: Dan Quibell is the founder of The Bacon Experiment and a ketogenic lifestyle coach. He facilitates a free week trial of his popular program Beyond The Bacon Experiment at Dan is passionate about helping others to adapt to Keto and get healthier one slice of bacon at a time. He lives in Ontario with his wife and two children.

Time Stamps:

0:56 – New flavor announcement

2:56 – Study on Erythritol & a response to sweeteners causing cravings

8:57 – How’s the Keto scene in Canada

9:41 – “The Bacon Tour”

10:05 – What is the best kind of bacon?

11:40 – How did you get into Keto/LC?

18:32 – Why did you get into the bacon challenge?

19:55 – How did biomarkers and body change before and after the 30 days of bacon?

21:19 – Did anything get worse?

22:40 – How much fat is left in bacon after cooking it?

24:50 – What did you learn from this experiment?

27:12 – Can you sustain an all bacon diet long term?

28:32 – What happened to cravings?                                   

30:42 – What kind of anecdotal improvements are noticed with such a protocol?

33:33 – What projects are you working on?

36:50 – How is your Keto challenge different from others?

39:21 – What is your own diet like?

40:59 – “Purse bacon” and bacon on the go!

44:10 – Making bacon at home

45:41 – How to shop for bacon in the store?

51:15 – Can such a diet be used for

53:38 – Getting started on The Bacon Experiment

57:03 – Can you gain weight on the Bacon Experiment?

1:01:22 – Final Plugs


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May 02 2018
1 hour 4 mins

Rank #9: 8. Dr. Peter Ballerstedt Part I

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One of the biggest questions is, 'Is meat and animal agriculture sustainable?' A snap judgment based on mainstream media projection would probably be 'Not really' but that's called dogma. It's always good to explore all sides of the arguments and this two part episode delves into the sustainability aspect of animal agriculture while taking a closer look at certain health and nutritional claims of plants and animals.  

Time Stamps:

2:45 – How Peter got into low carb high fat lifestyle

5:46 – What is a “Forage Agronomist”?

8:26 – Response to “Meat causes Colorectal Cancer” claims

11:00 – Factors causing current agricultural crisis

18:38 – The key historical turning points against animal agriculture

26:17 – Importance of connecting food producers with low carb communities

29:31 – The downside of having a big voice in the modern age

34:10 – What exactly is ‘sustainability’?

44:30 – Differences between nutritional studies in plants, animals and humans

48:55 – Comparison and implications of plant based and animal based diet

58:05 – Virtue signaling and issues with natural and organic food labels

1:01:33 – Should I buy organic, grass fed or conventional meat?

1:06:39 – Myths created against saturated fat and animal agriculture

1:10:25 – Does cattle destroy the planet by greenhouse emission?

Bio: Peter has extensive experience in forage agriculture. He was the forage extension specialist at Oregon State University from 1986 until 1992. He is currently the Forage Product Manager at Barenbrug USA. His experience led him to study human diet and health. What he’s learned doesn’t agree with low-fat-is-heart-healthy dietary advice we’ ve been given for more than 50 years. This understanding, combined with his forage background, has strengthened his interest in THE truly sustainable agriculture – the production of ruminant animal products! His knowledge, enthusiasm, and speaking style will provide an entertaining and informative presentation.


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Aug 10 2017
1 hour 16 mins

Rank #10: 27. Tucker Goodrich

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When we were developing our Energy Pods, we wanted to know how various types of fats changed the composition of the product itself and how they would impact the body in the long run. In this podcast, we look at heart disease, obesity, cancer and various chronic condition and how Omega 6 fatty acids and various fats impact humans and animals. It also explains why we preferably use Ghee & MCT Oil which are saturated fats in all our products.

Bio: Tucker is a technology executive in the financial industry who designs, runs and debugs complex systems. He started using the same approach for his own health after dealing with a couple of medical issues and realizing that the ‘solutions’ offered by medical professionals weren’t working or addressing root causes.

Time Stamps:

0:25 – Ketogeek Chocolate Fudge Energy Pod on Amazon!

8:07 – Tucker’s journey into low carb and keto

15:20 – Relationship between sunburn and diet

19:25 – Composition of fatty acid and its effect on the composition of the body

21:59 – Cancer and Omega 6 fatty acids

23:55 – Seed oils and cardiovascular health

30:12 – Affect of omega 6 at biochemical and cellular level

40:12 – Biochemistry of atherosclerosis plaque formation, necrosis and disease progression

48:08 – Antibodies and autoimmune reactions

50:14 – Susceptibility of various fats to decay and detoxification

52:07 – How did humans and animals evolve to deal with Omega 6 fatty acids?

55:53 – Why do we have different types of fats, carbs and proteins?

58:21 – What’s up with the Japanese, diet and longevity?

1:02:22 – Okinawan diet, life expectancy, meat consumption and veganism

1:06:37 – How humans and animals physiology deals with various types of fats and high omega 6?

1:11:57 – How dental health is a good predictor of diet

1:40:00 – How much omega 6 do you need and not need?

1:16:30 – Ruminant, pig and chicken meat comparison

1:20:01 – Why lactose intolerance may be a myth

1:24:41 – How are fats effected over time?

1:27:06 – Fish Chips

1:28:05 – How would you design a diet?

1:29:02 – American, French and Israeli diet paradox

1:30:21 – Why linoleic acid is worse than trans fats and the fat disaster

1:31:31 – The most common gene mutation in humanity

1:34:53 – Final Plug


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Mar 21 2018
1 hour 37 mins

Rank #11: 38. Peter Bilarczyk

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Keto or fat adaptation has its advantages and weaknesses. In this podcast, we get into the nitty gritty of athletic performance and talk about how we can potentially and strategically use carbs, proteins and fats both to improve body composition and enhance performance. 


In short, Peter started his journey about 3 years ago following NSNG(No Sugar No Grain), fell to the dark side and started following the "Eat loads of extra fat, Fear Protein" groups. He then came back to develop the facebook group to support the science of low carb at The Fat Adapted Athlete.

His starting weight was 275 lbs when he got fed up. He had always a fit person (Cop in the USAF, Martial artist from the age of 5, l lived in an Aikido school for a bit/UshiDeshi, avid weight lifter) but eventually at 46 and 275 lbs, he decided to go low carb and train for a marathon. That turned into running 40-60 miles a week/2000+ miles a year and he dropped to 199. Currently he is at 215-220 lbs and aspiring to reach his goal to lean out at 205 lbs.

Time Stamps:

1:05 - Ketogeek Announcements

10:06 – How did you get into LC/Keto?

13:20 – How keto is popular on Facebook and social media

15:02 – What is your training style like and dietary protocols?

16:18 – Why do you limit cardio as a fat adapted athlete?

17:40 – Is switching from carbs to fat burning and vice versa a switch or step-by-step process?

19:00 – How do I become a fat adapted athlete?

22:30 – The truth about exogenous ketones and protein intake

26:34 – Benefits of using MCTs as an athlete and why constantly testing ketones may not be a smart idea

27:28 – What’s the muscle that can actually use ketones as fuel?

28:38 – Is ketone testing useful or totally pointless?

30:23 – Is dietary fat superior fuel when compared to stored body fat?

34:39 – A very simple approach to keto

35:56 – Why did you decide to start a Keto coaching?

40:58 – How do you eat out on keto or during social occasions?

43:49 – What self studies have you done?

47:16 – Why is fat loss such a erratic process and not just a straight road down?

49:53 – Do all diets really fail and why?

53:22 – Why simplifying food choices ensures success in the long run

57:19 – Why focusing on macros and calories is just part of the picture

1:02:44 – Why ketone readings are all over the place

1:04:42 – Should people new to keto test ketones?

1:05:54 – Experience with a relatively carnivorous diet and athletic performance

1:09:29 – Should I consume fat before, during or after the workout?

1:11:11 – Does a good diet lead to people automatically fasting without thinking of it?

1:12:29 – High fat vs. high protein for body recomposition

1:18:45 – Final Plugs


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Jun 07 2018
1 hour 21 mins

Rank #12: 11. Gary Wilson

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Gary Wilson's talk, "The Great Porn Experiment" has changed lives of many men and has brought into attention some of the underlying challenges of our modern world. With erectile dysfunction rates skyrocketing in men under age 40, it was about time we started to look at the science and evidence behind these scary numbers. What's fascinating is how there is overlap in various addictive patterns and at Ketogeek we wanted to better understand how the brain works while potentially interpolating the findings into other lifestyle choices and addictive activities.

Bio: Gary Wilson is author of Your Brain on Porn: Internet Pornography and the Emerging Science of Addiction and presenter of the popular TEDx talk ‘The Great Porn Experiment,’ which has been viewed more than 9 million times, and translated into 18 languages. He hosts the website ‘Your Brain On Porn’, which was created for those seeking to understand and reverse compulsive porn use: He taught anatomy and physiology for years and has long been interested in the neurochemistry of addiction, mating and bonding. In 2015 the Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health presented Wilson with its Media Award for outstanding media contributions and public education on pornography addiction. In 2016, Wilson coauthored an academic paper with 7 US Navy doctors entitled, “Is Internet Pornography Causing Sexual Dysfunctions? A Review with Clinical Reports” and another journal article entitled, “Eliminate Chronic Internet Pornography Use to Reveal Its Effects.”

Time Stamps:

5:57 – Gary Wilson’s narrative into the world of porn and porn induced sexual 

10:17 – How porn rewires your brain’s reward circuitry

12:00 – How do you figure out if you have porn induced erectile dysfunction (PIED) and not performance anxiety?

13:22 – How soon can men expect to recover from PIED?

14:07 – Why do older men recover faster than younger men?

15:25 – What is the youngest known age in boys who suffer from PIED? *Shocking*

16:15 – Can PIED be permanent?

18:20 – How couples and sexual interaction in global societies may be affected by porn use

20:26 – Brain fog, motivation, social anxiety, cognition and emotional behavior effected by porn use.

22:48 – The science and mechanism of the reward system

26:32 – The potential impact of porn on sexual behaviors, aggression and trends in society

30:10 – How porn use may lead to sexual escalation through hyper stimulation

32:14 – Sensitization, cravings and hijacking the ancient mechanism of human survival

36:46 – Can you measure dopamine and how do different addictive activities spike dopamine?

40:49 – Can anyone be hooked onto porn?

43:20 – What is “Addiction”? A comparison of various types of addictions.

50:41 – Philip Zimbardo & The demise of guys.

51:31 – Can ‘anything’ be addictive?

55:02 – Are there benefits of porn and could it be used during dry seasons of no sex?

57:47 – Do women get hooked on porn and what is the female equivalent of porn use?

59:37 – The impact of social media on anxiety, emotional health and depression.

1:01:05 – “Likes” on social media, “Swipes” on Tinder, perpetual feasting and the dopamine system

1:04:24 – How to take a break from porn usage?

1:06:49 – What kind of resources are available if you’re hooked?

1:07:41 – Message to the adolescent boys and girls

1:09:19 – Role of parents and educators in the lives of young boys and girls

1:11:29 – The necessary studies and the power of delaying gratification.

1:15:10 – How do we capture online anecdotes?

1:18:10 – The ripple effects of hijacking the reward system across the society

1:19:47 – “No Fap”, targeting and propaganda

1:23:43 – Final message & plug



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Oct 16 2017
1 hour 26 mins

Rank #13: 17. Lawrence Neal

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People spend countless hours working out to get ripped abs at the gym but it turns out that all you need is a good diet and a 15 minute strength training workout per week! 

Bio: Lawrence is the Founder of Corporate Warrior: High Intensity Training and HIT Business Podcast and Blog ( He has interviewed over 90 world class health and fitness, high intensity training and fitness business experts to discover the tactics and strategies they use to optimize success in both health and business. Previously, Lawrence had an 8 year long career in B2B technology sales selling complex IT solutions to businesses. After reading the popular fitness book, Body By Science, Lawrence embraced time-efficient high intensity training to achieve his health and fitness goals and free up time to invest in his career and side-business. This lifestyle change enabled Lawrence to close many multi-million pound business deals and grow a successful high intensity training podcast, Corporate Warrior. Lawrence’s current focus is to interview world class experts on high intensity training (HIT) and HIT Business, blog about his own high intensity training journey and HIT business advice, and coach people 1-on-1 to help them realize their own health goals in an incredibly time-efficient, effective and sustainable way.”

Time Stamps: 

 0:20 – Lots of Updates & News from Ketogeek

7:00 – How did Lawrence Neal get into high intensity strength training & reduce strength training to 15 minutes per week?

11:58 – Why do people spend hours in the gym or training when results can be obtained in minutes?

16:12 – “The Renaissance Man” and generalist approach to the modern world

19:17 – What is HIT style training?

23:15 – Could a HIT training style be tailored for corporate needs?

25:24 – What kind of resources and books does Lawrence recommend?

28:53 – Is there anything else that can be further added to training style?

34:50 – What are some of the health concerns at work place environments?

39:15 – Can long hours at work reduce productivity?

43:35 – How do I start working out when I have no idea how to?

49:48 – Are there concerns with elderly people starting resistance training?

52:36 – When can you introduce kids to strength training?

54:17 – Dealing with excuse “I hate working out!”

55:07 – Dealing with excuse “I have no gym or I don’t want to go to the gym!”

56:42 – Dealing with excuse “I feel insecure going to the gym!”

58:26 – Dealing with excuse “I don’t like creepy guys staring at me!”

59:30 – Do you track biomarkers and count calories?

1:06:35 – What diet works well for Lawrence?

1:12:29 – How can I tell if my coach or trainer isn’t talking gibberish?

1:16:33 – Rohan or Gondor?

1:17:12 – Final Plug

Dec 27 2017
1 hour 19 mins

Rank #14: 52. Menno Henselmans

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This is an absolute powerhouse of a podcast that cuts through all the scientific literature and provides you with information grounded in evidence. We cover topics ranging all the way from adequate protein intake, factors that dictate food satiety, caloric intake and metabolism.

Bio: Menno Henselmans is a scientist, fitness model and online physique coach. He was once a business consultant specializing in advanced statistical data analysis but he traded his company car to follow his true passion in fitness. His background is in science and statistics which inspired him to form the Henselmans PT course. He helps serious trainees attain their ideal physique. He is a published scientific author in Sports Medicine, the highest impact factor journal in exercise science, and peer-reviewer for the Journal of Human Kinetics. Experienced world class coach and speaker. In other words, he knows what he is talking about and backs it up with solid science and numbers.

Time Stamps:

0:15 - Ketogeek housecleaning, new flavor announcement & design updates

12:11 - How to understand a scientific paper

15:54 - Who are "Intermediatories", "synthesizers" and "revolutionaries"

18:00 - How to figure out which educator, writer or influencer is credible or not

20:10 - Uncertainty of nutrition science & how you can tell if a nutrition study is bunk

30:58 - What is the optimal protein intake for humans?

33:16 - Pros and cons of nitrogen balance and measuring muscle protein synthesis

36:47 - Does food processing impact the thermic effect of food?

39:40 - What does "protein" in scientific literature mean?

42:44 - Factors that drive maximum protein synthesis

47:21 - Why do you look lose muscles so quickly when you take a break from gym?

50:45 - Protein intake, gluconeogenesis and nutritional ketosis

54:31 - Discussion about food satiety & why protein is not more satiating than carbs and fats

1:07:09 - Why consuming liquid calories isn't a smart idea

1:10:49 - How to gather correct information from studies that have conflict of interest

1:18:18 - Why don't all of the extra calories you eat turn immediately into stored fat?

1:23:41 - Why there is no such thing as "metabolic damage"?

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Dec 15 2018
1 hour 28 mins

Rank #15: 20. Dr. Thomas Seyfried

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Cancer is painted as a multi-faceted and complicated disease that has many forms. However, there seems to be one common theme in all cancers which plays a massive role in combating it. In this podcast, we delve into this mechanistic behavior of cancer cells.

Bio: Thomas N. Seyfried received his Ph.D. in Genetics and Biochemistry from the University of Illinois, Urbana, in 1976. He did his undergraduate work at the University of New England, where he recently received the distinguished Alumni Achievement Award. He also holds a Master’s degree in Genetics from Illinois State University. Thomas Seyfried served with distinction in the United States Army’s First Cavalry Division during the Vietnam War and received numerous medals and commendations. He was a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Neurology at the Yale University School of Medicine and then served on the faculty as an Assistant Professor in Neurology. Other awards and honors have come from such diverse organizations as the American Oil Chemists Society, the National Institutes of Health, The American Society for Neurochemistry, and the Ketogenic Diet Special Interest Group of the American Epilepsy Society. Dr. Seyfried previously served as Chair, Scientific Advisory Committee for the National Tay-Sachs and Allied Diseases Association and presently serves on several editorial boards, including those for Nutrition & Metabolism, Neurochemical Research, the Journal of Lipid Research, and ASN Neuro, where he is a Senior Editor. Dr. Seyfried has over 150 peer-reviewed publications and is the author of the book “Cancer as a Metabolic Disease: On the Origin, Management, and Prevention of Cancer (Wiley Press).”

Time Stamps: 

0:16 - News from Ketogeek

4:53 – Dr. Seyfried’s bio

7:25 – Dr. Seyfried’s journey to keto & low carb

8:22 – The origins of the Ketogenic Diet, the Charlie Foundation & Cancer Research

11:16 – How do you create a ketogenic diet?

12:32 – The glucose-ketone Index

14:24 – The power of ketones & cancer preventative mechanism

17:16 – Oncogenic Paradox and what causes cancer in the body?

19:33 – Tumor metastasis & dangers of carrying out a biopsy of the lump

21:46 – Moving from chemotherapy to a metabolic solution to cancer

23:52 – What challenges do you face as a cancer researcher?

27:02 – What’s your advice for future oncologists and medical students?

30:20 – Why does glucose & glutamine fuel cancer cells and resist cell death?

32:16 – Are there exceptions to the metabolic theory?

34:30 – Can cancer cells adapt to ketones?

36:55 – How do you figure out a medical procedure works?

40:24 – Is cancer a modern disease?

42:30 – Can you predict cancer & importance of CRP level?

45:38 – What does it mean to be “healthy mitochondria”?

47:06 – What kind of cancers are still giving us trouble?

48:18 – What biomarkers are affected by tumor growth?

51:37 – How do I talk to my oncologist about my tumor?

54:12 – How do I know I am doing the right thing?

56:49 – How can educational institutions embrace change?

59:09 – The health crises in cancer therapies.

1:01:49 – What precautions can cancer survivors take?

1:03:00 – Is coffee and alcohol an issue?

1:05:52 – What books would you recommend?

1:08:52 – What kind of conferences can people attend?

1:10:45 – Final Message

1:11:46 – Dr. Seyfried’s book “Cancer As a Metabolic Disease”

1:14:21 – Final Plug

1:15:23 – The common theme in all cancers and the problem with building nonprofits around different cancers

1:17:40 – Single Cause, Single Cure foundation


Dr. Thomas Seyfried:

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Jan 23 2018
1 hour 19 mins

Rank #16: 49. Gabor Erdosi

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While the mainstream news is focused primarily on a top-down approach towards food and health aimlessly tossing around observational studies, Gabor Erdosi and even us at Ketogeek are more focused on a bottom up approach starting from mechanistic ways in which food is metabolized and impacts the body as a whole.

Bio: Gabor Erdosi has a masters in molecular biology and is the brains behind the Facebook group "Lower Insulin". Nicknamed the "Adipose Jedi", Gabor has a unique approach of delving into complexity and understanding the inner workings of the human body.

Time Stamps:

7:32 – Background, weight loss & introduction into low carb

15:18 – Learning from thousands of scientific papers & moving beyond macro and micronutrients?

18:21 – Evolutionarily appropriate foods & finding recurring themes in successful diets

22:43 – Lowering Insulin Facebook group & focusing on high quality research

26:24 – Calorie-in Calorie-Out Model, Carbohydrate-Insulin Hypothesis and leveraging various models to troubleshoot health and address root causes

32:33 – Is it ketones or foods that promote ketosis that suppress appetite?

35:45 – How food processing can impact the body at a biochemical level

43:42 – Is Insulin Resistance a bad signaling problem?

51:10 – Feedback loops and how food processing can impact its metabolic response

55:49 – Why underfeeding and overfeeding studies may have impractical implications

58:37 – Thinking of fat gain as a protective mechanism

1:07:05 – “Compartmental Storage of Fat” and fat storage hierarchy in the body

1:012:13 – How is fat burning prioritized?

1:15:48 – Mechanistic role of intestinal barrier and gut permeability

1:20:08 – Why many conditions are acute processes going south

1:20:55 – Research you would like to see

1:22:28 – Final Plugs

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Oct 04 2018
1 hour 24 mins

Rank #17: 37. Gary Fettke

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Why are we becoming insulin resistant and obese? Why is the health and food industry failing? Where did this madness begin? And above all, what happens when you challenge the dietary advice that doesn't work?

Bio: Dr Gary Fettke is an Orthopaedic Surgeon practising in Launceston, Tasmania, Australia. He has a major interest in the preventative medicine and encourages his patients to lose weight before undergoing surgery. Although his speciality is surgery, Gary believes it is much better to help people avoid surgery if at all possible by taking preventative measures, which often involve altering the diet.

In recent years Gary has focussed on the role of diet in the development of diabetes, obesity and cancer. He has been speaking out on the combined role of sugar, fructose, refined carbohydrates and polyunsaturated oils linking together to be behind inflammation and modern disease.

He has incurred the wrath of regulatory bodies for his stand on public health, but he and his wife, Belinda, remain active defending the benefits of low carb healthy fat living. There ongoing work has uncovered the vested interests and ideologies shaping nutritional guidelines at an international level.

Times Stamps:

0:58 – Ketogeek talk

11:14 – Gary’s journey into low carb lifestyle

 14:41 – What do I do in college when all the guidelines failing and new nutritional approaches coming up?

17:46 – Why did you decide to challenge conventional medical system?

22:28 – Where did chronic obesity and diabetes begin?

27:40 – Instead of “Eat Less, Move More”, what kind of motto or advice can we have for people?

30:22 – What’s up with “Fructose No”?

32:15 – Supporting and spreading the message for the health of the world

37:02 – The story of how and where did the dietary guidelines come from?

46:19 – Why didn’t anyone challenge the “meat causes cancer” myth or dietary guidelines in general?

51:23 – What does it actually mean to be a “Doctor”?

53:47 – How do we develop new food companies of the future?

58:40 – Seeking empowerment, comfort, pleasure and joy all at the same time

1:02:25 – What kind of questions should I ask a medical professional to get the best results?

1:06:11 – What’s the future of the medicine?

1:11:26 – After we get rid of chronic conditions, what would kill us?

1:13:12 – Final Plugs


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May 30 2018
1 hour 15 mins

Rank #18: 46. Alessandro Ferretti

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This one is a must listen and LOADED with everything you need to know about metabolism and long term health, enhancing and troubleshooting your performance as an athlete and understanding the significance of heart rate variability and glucose levels. 


Alessandro Ferretti graduated from the Institute of Optimum Nutrition in 2001 and formed Equilibria Health Ltd in 2004. With a growing team of Nutritionists and a Medical Doctor, Equilibria Health is now recognized as one of the UK’s leading providers of nutrition education. He delivers an annual series of UK wide practitioner and medical professionals postgraduate seminars, workshops & masterclasses metabolism, health and performance, and nutrigenomic. In addition, Equilibria Health Ltd also instigated an ambitious programme of clinical workshops which has been consistently well received. He has received two nominations for CAM Best Practice Award for clinical excellence.   His past work included practice from the Centre for Health and Human Performance (CHHP) at 76 Harley Street, London, and at Tudor Medical Centre, in Stratford Upon Avon.  He's fascinated by the potential of nutrigenomics, HRV,  metabolism and actively research impact of food in performance and health.   Time Stamps:

8:15 - How did you get into health, nutrition and research?

13:58 – Why do athletes have elevated fasting glucose?

17:17 – Connection between fasting glucose and inflammation?

21:18 – The role of chronic inflammation in long term diseases?

23:57 – Why you should keep a tab on heart rate variability and fasting glucose

25:32 – Should I change my training or what steps do I take if my heart rate variability and fasting glucose is off?

29:27 – Very powerful factors that you can tweak to improve your health and performance

31:30 – Missing connection between food intake and physiological rhythms

34:37 – Discussion and explanation of Chronobiology

41:25 – How can you tell if a physical routine is a positive stressor or just pointless torture?

48:45 – When is it good to find evidence from human evolution and when it’s a terrible idea?

55:40 – Latest research on the impact of Ketogenic diet on high intensity performance

1:03:35 – With so many versions of ketogenic(or any diet) diets, how do I compose an ideal diet for myself?

1:10:02 – A thorough explanation of metabolic FLEXIBILITY

1:18:57 – A thorough explanation of metabolic EFFECIENCY

1:27:18 – Does insulin sensitivity increase or decrease metabolic efficiency?

1:30:16 – What is heart rate variability and why is it important?

1:34:40 – Final plugs

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Aug 23 2018
1 hour 37 mins

Rank #19: 45. Carrie Brown

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What do you do when you feel depressed and it seems something that is out of your control? What's going on? We go through the inspirational narrative of overcoming clinical depression and bipolar II disorder with Carrie Brown.


Carrie has struggled with depression for as long as she can remember, and after she was diagnosed with BiPolarII Disorder 5 years ago, decided to become her own detective and figure out the root cause. She now lives a life completely free from all medications and any symptoms of BiPolarII Disorder or depression. 

She is also a recipe developer and best-selling KETO cookbook author, host of the Ketovangelist Kitchen podcast, and partner of the Ketovangelist Unlimited Program with Brian Williamson and Danny Vega. You can find Carrie sharing free KETO resources at and

Time Stamps:

6:15 – How was your childhood, upbringing and schooling?

15:42 – How was college for you?

18:41 – How would someone have befriended you?

21:04 – Did you connect with anyone around you?

21:52 – How did your professional career pan out?

28:17 – When did the demons finally catch up?

35:05 - How do I know what’s going on with me?

40:10 – How did you start troubleshooting the bipolar disorder?

45:42 – MTHFR gene mutation and its connection with bipolar disorder

47:15 – How did you get into therapeutic Keto?

53:15 – How did you add foods back into your diet?

57:29 – Was it the ketones that helped?

1:00:56 – What lifestyle changes helped?

1:03:50 – What if keto fails in the treatment?

1:05:46 – Discussion about Lyme disease, how it thrives and potential ways to deal with it

1:15:08 – Differeniating between clinical or situational depression

1:19:17 – Understanding the MTHFR gene expression & its association with various conditions

1:21:26 – How do you start a conversation who has clinical depression?

1:25:05 – Message for everyone

1:27:16 – Cooking and keto

1:29:30 – Final plugs

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Aug 13 2018
1 hour 31 mins

Rank #20: 42. Carrie Diulus MD

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This is a VERY loaded podcast in which we talk about combining minimally invasive surgical and medical care with nutrition to Carrie's journey with Type 1 Diabetes and her decision to pursue a plant-based ketogenic diet and then discuss the viability of plant based diets when it comes to achieving dietary and therapeutic goals.

Bio: Dr. Carrie Diulus is one of just a handful of board certified female orthopedic spine surgeons in the United States. She practices “patient-centered” medicine rather than the traditional “disease-centered” model. She starts by identifying all of the factors that influence a patient’s health. This understanding is then combined with state-of-the-art minimally invasive surgical and medical care including complementary and nutritional approaches to develop an individualized program for each patient’s unique needs.

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Time Stamps:

0:16 – “Energy Pod Wars”

7:22 – Why did you become an orthopedic spine surgeon?

10:05 – How do you reduce the invasiveness of a surgery?

13:06 – What does “inflammation” actually mean and its connection with ketosis?

15:52 – Is there a connection between ketogenic diet and wound healing?

17:39 – How do you compose a ketogenic diet for your goals?

21:24 – How do you maintain adherence to a diet?

25:53 – What exactly is insulin resistance in your perspective?

30:17 – How did you become a Type 1 diabetic and your journey with it?

33.55 – Challenges with protein intake and working with plant based proteins

42:23 – Breaking dogma, adaptability and finding solutions that work for an individual

44:35 – Bioavailability of plants and the paradox of “fruitarians”

45:57 – How different dietary components can impact health

51:02 – The importance of stable fatty acids in foods

52:12 - Should I be worried of plant toxins such as lectins and oxalates?

58:04 – What is your workout and physical routines like?

1:05:42 – Vegan Keto vs. Omnivore Keto

1:08:19 – Important things to know before going Vegan Keto

1:10:15 – Concerns with many of the Keto food products

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Jul 09 2018
1 hour 18 mins

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