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The ketogenic diet isn’t just a great tool for helping people lose weight and feel their best; it’s also an extremely effective method for treating the common “diseases of civilization.” The Keto Cure will give readers the prescription they need to heal their bodies by eating plenty of fat and moderating protein and carbs.
I’ve been advocating a low-carb, high-fat diet in my clinical practice for over fifteen years, helping people address their health problems by making better food choices. I teamed up with bestselling low-carb author and podcaster Jimmy Moore to create a top-50 health podcast espousing the benefits of eating keto. Now, for the first time, I’ve taken my years of clinical experience, put everything down on paper, and create a how-to guide that details all the ways in which the ketogenic diet can help remedy common ailments.
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I am frequently asked about the sweeteners that can be used with a low carbohydrate diet. There are a number of sweeteners available that are used in “LowCarb” pre-processed foods like shakes or bars, or in cooking as alternatives to sugar. However, most of them
raise insulin levels without raising blood sugar and are not appropriate for use with a true low-carbohydrate/ketogenic diet. You can see and print the article I published clarifying which sweeteners you can use and which ones to avoid here:
The Skinny On Sweeteners
Of recent note, I’ve been asked about the insulin response that occurs in the study found here quoted by Dr. Jason Fung in his wonderful book, The Obesity Code.
First, it is essential to note that both the crystalline form of Stevia and the aspartame used in the form of Equal, also a crystal, contain either dextrose or malto-dextrin as the crystallizing agent. Both dextrose and malto-dextrin have a known insulin spike equal to table sugar. You can see that in my article link above. Watch the video and we’ll discuss which forms of Stevia and aspartame don’t raise insulin and haven’t been a problem with myself or my patients in the last 10 years.
I thought that over the next few weeks I’d address a number of Ketogenic Lifestyle Rules that I have adopted. These seem to help and bring a little clarity to one following a Ketogenic Lifestyle or someone on the road to becoming a true “Ketonian.”
The first of these rules is that there should ALWAYS be bacon in the fridge!
We address this rule and some interesting facts around having bacon in the fridge in this evening’s Persicope below. We also address the benefits of journaling, how to help stop binge eating, what are your real protein needs, and red-meat fear-mongering. We even discuss whether or not pigs like bacon. Enjoy!
Links referenced in this video:
Red & Processed Meats: Bacon Fear-Mongering
Calculating Your Protein Needs from Ideal Body Weight
The Power of a Good Vitamin
(Just a note: I love Katch.me’s service; however, due to the contract language allowing Katch.me to have unlimited rights to my Periscope Videos, I have withdrawn from Katch and my videos are no longer available on this medium until the contract usage can be modified.)
KetoTalk with Jimmy & the Doc (the legendary podcaster Jimmy Moore from Livin’ La Vita Low Carb and his newest co-host, your’s truly, Dr. Adam Nally) makes its debut this Thursday, December 31st, 2015 on iTunes. You can see the show notes at KetoTalk.com (will be up and live on January 1st, 2016).
Throughout the exciting month of January, we will be airing a brand new episode of this 20-minute show each Thursday and a special bonus episode available on Sundays just to wet your ketogenic appetite and to kick off the podcast in its first month. Then, in February we’ll settle in to our regular Thursday time slot each week.
New podcasts can take a few days to assimilate into #iTunes, so don’t get discouraged if you don’t immediately see it up on iTunes. However, you can always find them at KetoTalk.com. Jimmy and I look forward to being your go-to, Ketogenic Lifestyle source for the latest and greatest in treating the diseases of civilization!
Get a sneak peek of our new show on tomorrow’s (Wednesday, December 30th) episode of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show” where you can hear my interview with Jimmy as a preview what is sure to be a big hit in the #keto community. Thanks in advance for supporting our new podcast!
This evening on PeriScope, we talked about the 10 things you can do to stay motivated on your low-carb lifestyle. A number of great questions were asked including:
- How much carbohydrate should be restricted?
- What labs should you be monitoring regularly?
- What’s a normal blood sugar?
- Why is Dr. Nally freezing in Denver?
- Is fermented food good for you?
- Why should you eat pickles and kimchi even when you’re not pregnant?
And, much much more . . . It’s like a college ketogenic course on overdrive . . . for FREE!!!
You can see the PeriScope with the comments rolling in real-time here: katch.me/docmuscles
Or, you can watch the video stream below:
See you next time.