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Can a Product with Dextrose Still be Keto?

Can a Product with Dextrose Still be Keto?

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Carbohydrates Simplified:

Isomaltooligosaccharide or IMO:

Is dextrose keto-friendly? Watch this quick video to find out!

Timestamps
0:00 Introduction: Dextrose and keto
0:10 Can you have dextrose on Healthy Keto?
1:17 How different foods affect your blood sugar
2:28 Keto-friendly foods: are they really keto-friendly?
3:33 Share your success story!

In this video, we’re going to talk about a question I got from a viewer: can a product with dextrose still be keto-friendly?

The answer is: maybe! It depends on how much dextrose is in the product. Small amounts might be okay, but large amounts can kick you out of ketosis.

On Healthy Keto, you want to only consume carbohydrates that are low on the glycemic index. Low-glycemic carbs are carbs that do not cause a sharp spike in your blood sugar levels.

The essence of the keto diet is to lower your carbohydrates to keep your blood sugar and insulin levels normalized. You can do this by consuming less than 50 grams of carbs per day.

Even if you’re having plenty of fat and moderate protein, your body won’t go into ketosis without keeping your carbs very low. Ideally, you should keep your carbs below 30 grams per day on Healthy Keto.

A single bagel has 48 grams of net carbs (50g carbs – 2g fiber = 48g net carbs).

Without fiber, your blood sugar levels spike much more quickly. The lower the fiber, the higher a food is on the glycemic index.

A raw potato, while full of carbs, will not spike your blood sugar levels as quickly as cooked potatoes, chips, fries, or even a bagel. Heat and processing break down the starch and makes it more easily absorbed, which causes a faster spike in blood sugars.

Here are some ingredients you should avoid in products marketed as “keto-friendly.”
• Dextrose
• Maltodextrin
• IMO (isomaltooligosaccharides)
• Corn syrup
• Sugar (including raw sugar)
• Tapioca
• Fructose
• Coconut sugar
• Agave nectar
• Honey
• Maple syrup
• Molasses

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Carbs Are the Most Important Fuel Source: REALLY?

Carbs Are the Most Important Fuel Source: REALLY?

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There’s an important misconception regarding carbohydrates that needs to be cleared up. Check this out!

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0:00 What is the most important fuel source?
1:45 Does the body need to run on glucose?
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Today let’s talk about an important misconception about carbs. Various articles and books will say that carbs are the body’s most important source of fuel.

In my opinion, we should be asking what fuel source gives the body the most health. If the body is supposed to live on glucose, and other fuel sources aren’t natural, and they’re just used as a backup, why is there such a massive problem with diabetes worldwide?

Diabetes is a situation where they have dysfunctional insulin, so they can’t regulate glucose. Insulin is either dysfunctional or there isn’t enough insulin to take the glucose out of the blood. Now, there is a higher level of glucose in the blood. Both of these things can occur when you have high levels of glucose or carbohydrates in the diet.

If the body likes carbohydrates, then why is everyone becoming a diabetic? Also, why do so many health problems clear up when you switch fuel sources from carbohydrates and glucose to fat and ketones? I believe the body is naturally designed to run on ketones, not glucose.

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What Happens If You Stop Eating Bread for 14 Days

What Happens If You Stop Eating Bread for 14 Days

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Check out the incredible effects cutting out bread for just 14 days would have on your health. 

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0:00 Is bread bad for you? 
0:30 What would happen if you cut out bread
3:09 Share your success story!  

Let’s talk about what would happen if you gave up bread for 14 days. 

Here are a few things in bread that are damaging to your health:
• Gluten 
• Sugar 
• Starch 
• Conditioners 
• Mold killers
• Phytates 
• Glyphosate 

What would happen if you cut out bread for 14 days:
1. Decreased bloating
2. Increased zinc, calcium, and iron 
3. Your head will feel better (decreased brain fog, decreased headaches, better memory, and better attention)
4. Better mood (decreased anxiety and depression)
5. Decreased pain and inflammation 
6. Increased weight loss and decreased belly fat (decreased insulin)
7. Increased energy 
8. Fewer symptoms of diabetes (decreased A1C after 3 months of cutting out bread)
9. Decreased LDL and decreased oxidation in the arteries 
10. Increased vitamin E and B vitamins 

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Are Excess Carbs Aging us Faster?

Are Excess Carbs Aging us Faster?

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Cut Carbs One Meal Per Day for Longevity Benefits

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Carbs vs. Sugar Clarified

Carbs vs. Sugar Clarified

Carbs vs. Sugar Clarified

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Carbs and sugars: what’s the difference? Find out!

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0:00 Introduction
0:25 Carbs vs. sugars clarified
2:22 What is fiber?
3:01 Processed foods and the glycemic index
3:42 Starchy vs. non-starchy vegetables
4:22 Bulletproof your immune system *free course!

In this video, we’re going to talk about the difference between carbs and sugars.

On a Healthy Keto diet, you want to keep your carbs under 50g per day—preferably around 20g per day.

Carbohydrates are a combination of starches, fibers, and sugars.

Sugars are smaller carbohydrate molecules. For instance, sucrose is a disaccharide, which means that it is made up of two (di, meaning two) simple carbohydrate molecules.

Fructose and glucose are monosaccharides, which are made up of one (mono, meaning one) molecule.

Starches are complex carbohydrates.

Complex carbohydrates are broken down into two categories: oligosaccharides and polysaccharides. Oligosaccharides have between 3 and 20 molecules, and polysaccharides have more than 20 molecules.

Then, we have fiber. We deduct fiber from the total carbs because, even though fiber is a carbohydrate, it can’t be broken down by our digestive systems.

Microbes can break down fiber, so fiber is great for supplying your gut microbes with nutrients.

Fiber does not affect your blood sugars like other carbohydrates.

Let’s talk about the glycemic index (GI). The GI tells you how fast a particular carbohydrate turns into blood glucose and affects your blood sugar level.

For example, a raw potato would be relatively low on the GI because the starch isn’t going to break down very quickly. However, cooked potatoes or a bag of potato chips would be much higher on the glycemic index because they are broken down much more quickly, thus causing a spike in blood sugar.

The goal is to consume foods that are low in sugars and carbs but higher in fiber to help keep your blood sugar levels normal.

Some vegetables are very starchy, which means it is high in carbohydrates. Potatoes, carrots, and beats all have higher amounts of carbs compared to leafy greens, asparagus, celery, and broccoli. You don’t have to count your carbs when it comes to non-starchy vegetables.

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Cutting Carbs But Still Not Losing Weight

Cutting Carbs But Still Not Losing Weight

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Are you on keto and intermittent fasting, but you’re still not seeing the results you want? Here’s why!

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0:20 Two reasons why fasting and keto aren’t working
0:40 How sleep affects weight loss
2:59 How stress affects weight loss
4:40 How to bulletproof your immune system •Free course!

In this video, we’re going to talk about what to do when cutting your carbs doesn’t help you lose weight.

When you hit a plateau, I typically say you need to cut your carbs down and eat less frequently. But what do you do if that doesn’t work?

There are two situations that may cause you to stop losing weight even when you’re fasting and lowering your carbs. The first situation is when you’re not getting enough sleep, and the second is when you’re stressed out.

Not getting the right amount of quality sleep can stop weight loss because of a hormone called melatonin. Sleep produces melatonin, and melatonin inhibits insulin. So if you’re not getting enough sleep, you won’t have enough melatonin to keep your insulin levels under control.

High insulin causes your body to store sugar as fat. This is obviously not good for losing weight.

Exposure to blue light before bed and late-night snacking can lead to poor sleep.

Stress affects weight loss because of the hormone cortisol. Cortisol, also known as the stress hormone, releases glucose as a source of quick energy. In turn, this releases sugar into the body and causes high insulin.

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Vegetables with Virtually ZERO Net Carbs

Vegetables with Virtually ZERO Net Carbs

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There are certain vegetables that have virtually zero carbs! Check this out.
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1:10 Vegetables that have almost zero carbs
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It’s interesting that there are actually certain vegetables with virtually zero carbs. I’m talking about net carbs because fiber is a carb. But, fiber doesn’t affect blood sugars. These vegetables are high in phytonutrients and have all sorts of amazing properties. Of course, the lower the carb, the more keto-friendly it is too.

The only time that consuming vegetables may not be a good idea is if you had a serious gut inflammatory situation. But, for most people, I believe it’s good to consume foods that are as low on the carbohydrate scale as possible.

Vegetables with almost zero carbs (1 cup):
Broccoli:
Carb — 1.1g
Fiber — 1.1g
Sugar — 0
Net carb — 0
Calories — 8.8

Baby beet greens:
Carb — 7.9g
Fiber — 7.9g
Sugar — 0
Net carb — 0
Calories — 39

Endive:
Carb — 2.2g
Fiber — 2.2g
Sugar — 0
Net carb — 0
Calories — 9

Collard greens:
Carb — 10
Fiber — 9
Sugar — 1
Net carb — 1
Calories — 65

Romaine lettuce:
Carb — 3.1g
Fiber — 2g
Sugar — 1.1g
Net carb — 1.1g
Calories — 16

Bok choy:
Carb — 3
Fiber — 1.7g
Sugar — 1.3g
Net carb — 1.3g
Calories — 20

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Are Nuts Making You Gain Weight?

Are Nuts Making You Gain Weight?

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0:12 Can nuts cause weight gain?
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Is it possible to gain weight from consuming too many nuts? At first, people think nuts are a healthy choice because they’re keto-friendly. But, not all nuts are low in carbs. 

On keto, you want to aim to have between 20-50g of carbs per day. The more you want to lose weight, the lower you want your carbs to be. It can be easy to eat a lot of nuts without realizing it. 

• Peanuts 1 cup (146g) – 24g carbs 
• Peanut butter 1 cup (258g) – 50g carbs 
• Pistachios 1 cup (166g) – 35g carbs 
• Almonds 1 cup (146g) – 14g carbs 
• Almond butter 1 cup (258g) – 21g carbs
• Pecans 1 cup (146g) – 4g carbs 

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Breaking Old Bad Habits: Part 1

Breaking Old Bad Habits: Part 1

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0:00 Old bad habits
1:35 What’s your bad habit?
2:47 What happens when you consume carbs out of habit
4:17 What you can do if you’re addicted to carbs
6:11 Bulletproof your immune system *free course!

In this video, I want to cover how to break bad habits related to diet or exercise. Bad habits typically start out very pleasurable, but then they become very uncomfortable and can even cause pain.

Questions to ask yourself:
• What’s your worst routine or habit?
• What’s your willingness to change on a scale of 0-10?
• What do you feel is right about eating carbs? Do they make you happy, feel good, relaxed, or is it more fulfilling?

When you consume carbs out of habit, you’re bouncing between dopamine (pleasure sensation) and serotonin (happy sensation). When you consume carbs, you’re satisfying the withdrawal symptoms of these receptors.

But, these carbohydrate cravings are very unnatural. They’re developed over time with certain chemical changes that happen in the body. You can even become addicted to these carbs.

What you can do if you’re addicted to carbs:
1. Decide to make a change
2. Change your routine
3. Get rid of distractions
4. Push through discomfort
5. Increase more dietary fat
6. Take B vitamins (especially vitamin B1)

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