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Healthy Cheat Meal Options at Costco (Guilty Pleasure Haul)

Healthy Cheat Meal Options at Costco (Guilty Pleasure Haul)

Healthy Cheat Meal Options at Costco (Guilty Pleasure Haul)

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Shopping Healthy CARBS at Costco – Educational Grocery Haul

Shopping Healthy CARBS at Costco – Educational Grocery Haul

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Fat-to-Protein Ratio on Keto: Healthy vs. Gut Issues

Fat-to-Protein Ratio on Keto: Healthy vs. Gut Issues

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Protein Ratio:

How much fat and protein should you have on keto? Let me break it down!

Timestamps
0:00 Fat to protein ration on keto: healthy vs. gut issues
0:25 Breaking down healthy keto
1:47 Ideal ratio for losing weight on keto
2:42 How much fat on keto?
4:38 Gut issues? Try this!
6:47 Key takeaways
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In this video, we’re going to talk about your fat to protein ratio on keto. How much fat and protein is ideal on the healthy keto diet? Take a look.

Let’s start by breaking down your daily calorie intake into percentages:
– 70% fat
– 20% protein
– 5% low-glycemic carbohydrates (not including vegetables)
– 5% low-carb vegetables

I encourage people to get plenty of leafy green vegetables, so you get enough vitamins and minerals. You don’t have to count these towards your carbs each day.

When you consume fatty fish, beef, and eggs, the fat to protein ratio is roughly 1:1—not in calories, but in weight. In calories, it’s typically 2:1. So fats are about twice as many calories as proteins.

Protein has four calories per gram, while fat has nine calories per gram.

If you are trying to lose weight, you’re better off cutting out the extra fats in your diet. This doesn’t mean that you should consume low-fat foods such as lean beef. Instead, cut out the extras like MCT oil, butter in your morning coffee (bulletproof coffee), and keto bombs.

The leaner the protein, the higher the insulin response. This is why you should avoid whey protein and lean meats.

Age, physical activity, metabolism, and preexisting health issues are all variables that you have to take into account when you’re dieting. The right amount of fat for your diet on keto will primarily depend on these factors.

If you have gut issues, avoid nuts, coconut oil, seed oils, dairy, butter, avocado, and MCT oil. Instead, focus on animal fats. If you don’t have gut issues, these foods are in the clear.

By total weight, 400-600 grams a day is ideal for your protein intake.

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9 Healthy Hacks to Use When We’re out of Quarantine

9 Healthy Hacks to Use When We’re out of Quarantine

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all right we’re gonna have some fun with this one so I do so many videos I come up with all these like crazy little health hacks in each one of my videos right I come up with different nerdy things that you can do to get the most out of foods so why not compiled them into one super shorty video so you can just have some fun with this stuff and learn something new and if you guys like it I’ll make it a regular series so it can be just fun recaps I do want to make sure you hit that red subscribe button and then hit that little Bell icon to turn on notification so you always see when I’m posting videos all right let’s rock and roll number one when you cook garlic or when you use garlic chop it up and then let it sit for ten minutes before you do anything with it it’s a super simple hack but what it does is it brings up a lynnae’s activates that enzyme which ultimately converts to Alison and that is the strong anti-cancer component of garlic garlic has serious anti-cancer benefits but you have to activate the Alison so you chop it and then you let it sit for 10 minutes and then you use it it’s that simple okay next up avocado can very easily from a simple macro nutrient standpoint be a substitute for sour cream you mash it up you have a similar macronutrient profile except you’re getting the fiber but more importantly you’re getting the oliel ethanal of mine which is converted from the oleic acid in it which elevates your core body temperature basically it increases uncoupling proteins long story short you’re going to get a fat burning effect out of avocado that you’re not going to get out of sour cream and it tastes super super similar okay next up okay we all know the benefits of turmeric I talk about it all the time right turmeric school yes it’s very very anti-inflammatory it’s comparable to aspirin it’s comparable to ibuprofen that’s been proven in studies but you don’t absorb it and I’m not going to give you the simple black pepper trick because everybody knows that I’m gonna tell you something different if you eat it with radishes you increase the absorption because of the fulvic acid fulvic acid is a safer way to get absorption of turmeric because black pepper can disarm the liver we don’t want to do that all the time okay bio Perrine things like that use fulvic acid you could Google search different forms of fulvic acid but radishes are a very simple form next up calcium inhibits your iron absorption okay so in other words don’t mix meat and dairy if you can avoid it don’t mix you know a bunch of like sour cream on your steak or don’t have a glass of milk with your steak okay instead mix it up but on the same thing you got to remember is calcium also inhibits magnesium ok so calcium is exha Tory which means that it’s going to negate the calming effects of magnesium by the way I do want to mention down below there is a link for thrive market which an online membership based grocery store so if you want like foods that are rich in magnesium foods that are good for hormone optimization just before I forget there’s a link down below I’ve been able to create specific keto bundles fasting bundles all kinds of different grocery boxes with foods that I pick for those given scenarios so that way you just basically are like walking through the grocery store with me so make sure you check out thrive market down below in the description after this video it’s super super cool number five goat cheese is much easier to digest and second place is gonna be sheep and third place is gonna be buffalo mozzarella why because it has a to casein in it that is easier to break down and it doesn’t have a bioactive opioid in it that’s going to make you addicted to it goat cheese all the way that’s why I always put it in my dishes whenever I can number six advanced glycation end-products okay that is like when sugar it’s basically caramelizing inside your body and causing a serious issue we don’t want that and when you cook meats at a high temperature you have a high degree of advanced glycation end-products but quick tip if you literally just marinate your meat in lemon or vinegar for an hour to you cut the amount of advanced glycation in products in half the advanced glycation end-products will cause cellular damage they will trigger a bunch of reactive oxygen species and it’s a very toxic so simply cut it by marinating in some salad dressing that has a vinegar in it it’s that simple number seven cool down after your workout for five minutes and it’s not because of your body it’s because of your brain okay recent studies have shown that your memory of a workout is the strongest with what you do at the end so if you torture yourself on the leg press and you fry your legs and you’re burning and then you leave the gym right after that your fondest memory of the gym is going to be that painful experience so if you just go for a simple cooldown and you feel good and you walk out of the gym with a feeling of satisfaction and feeling good that’s gonna be your most recent better standing memory it’s gonna allow you to go back to the gym easier quick tip number eight don’t dilute your digestive enzymes if you’re gonna drink a bunch of water wait 30 minutes before you eat it makes a big difference in how you actual utilize the nutrients plain and simple lastly it’s goat cheese coming back again goat cheese is high in caprylic acid that’s what gives it the taste caprylic acid is a medium chain triglyceride so if you’re doing the ketogenic diet or you doing a low carb diet and you want your body to create more ketones eat goat cheese that’s your double whammy you get tasty cheese plus you get it to convert in the medium chain triglycerides which convert into ketones easier and voila you have more energy and more fat burning potential so mic drop easy health hacks if you like more of these comment down below and don’t forget to check out thrive market and please don’t forget to Like and subscribe 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1) Garlic has anticancer properties that are even recognized by the National Cancer Institute. To optimize the anticancer potential of your garlic, chop or crush your garlic and then wait 10 minutes before cooking with it. Chopping/crushing activates the enzyme alliinase, which makes the anticancer compound, allicin. Allicin levels will peak 10 minutes after chopping/crushing.

2) Avocado can substitute in most recipes for sour cream.

3) Turmeric is the king of health spices, but it’s active compound, curcumin, isn’t very bioavailable. To increase bioavailability more than 2000%, eat it with black pepper.

4) Calcium and iron inhibit each other’s absorptions. Therefore, if you want to get the most nutrients out of your meals, it may be a good idea to not mix milk and meat. Good news if you’re Jewish!

5) Goat’s milk and cheeses are the easiest to digest. Sheep’s and buffalo’s dairy product are second and, if you have a dairy-sensitive stomach, avoid cow’s milk. Only cow’s milk has what’s called A1 casein, which can be converted into the opioid beta-7-casomorphine in your stomach, causing bloating and constipation.

6) Worried about toxic advanced glycation end products (AGEs)? Simply marinate your protein in lemon juice or vinegar prior to cooking. This will inhibit the Millard reaction and cut AGE production by 50%.

7) If you have issues with constipation, try investing in a “Squatty Potty.” When you sit normally on a toilet your “puborectalis muscle” chokes the bowels like a knot in a garden hose, preventing you from going. “Squatty Potty” fixes the problem by simply elevating your legs.

8) Make sure to cool down after a hard workout. Research on surgery subjects shows that the pain you experience at the end of an event (workout or surgery) influences your memory of the even more strongly than the total pain of the event. Therefore, when you cool down, you trick your brain into thinking the workout wasn’t as hard as it might have been and that may help you stay motivated keep making progress.

9) Don’t drink large amount of fluids right before or after meals because they will dilute your digestive enzymes. Leave about 30 – 60 minutes on each side of a meal before drinking.

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We are excited to bring you to the 2020
Healthy Keto Summit this August 29th and 30th, held at the beautiful Gaylord
National Resort and Convention Center in National Harbor Maryland. Get ready to
take your knowledge of Keto and Fasting to a whole new level, learn from top
experts vital information on the ketogenic diet as well as intermittent
fasting. Here’s a short summary of the speakers and topics this year, author and
YouTube educator Dr. Eric Berg will be presenting some fascinating information
on nutritional deficiencies when doing both keto and intermittent fasting. Dr.
Jeff Gerber is also coming, he is a Board Certified family physician and known as
Denver’s diet doctor, he will be teaching you about the anti-aging effects of the
ketogenic diet and much more. Dr. Gerber also puts on one of the largest low-carb
keto conventions each year in Denver Colorado. Author, researcher Dr. Eric
Westman will be speaking he is the director of Duke lifestyle medicine
clinic and brings incredible practical Keto knowledge from working one-on-one
with tens of thousands of clients. Professor Stephen Cunnane of the
university of Sherbrooke in Montreal Canada will present a live broadcast
presentation from Canada sharing cutting-edge information from the
effects ketones on the aging brain and how to
use ketones to benefit cognitive function. Cynthia Thurlow 2-time TEDx
speaker and nurse practitioner will present the life-changing strategies on
intermittent fasting that will blow through any barriers, you may run into. We
have invited Dr. Ali Al Lawati an internal medicine specialist practicing
in Oman in the Middle East he will share his low-carb ketogenic strategies on the
endocrine system and tell how he uses this diet in clinical practice. Ivor
Cummins author and biomechanical engineer will bring his knowledge of the
effects of the ketogenic diet on the cardiovascular system explaining it in
simple terms and presenting the latest research in coronary artery
calcification testing. Dr. Nadir Ali is an interventional cardiologist who
will be sharing cutting-edge information on cholesterol LDL and the ketogenic diet.
This is a must for anyone who starts the ketogenic diet
Stephani Person will be there, she is Keto Coach, a social media influencer
and a consultant who has introduced the ketogenic diet to thousands of people
around the world she will share her most popular practical tips to take your
results to the next level, then we have Siim Land he’s an author researcher and
bio hacker from Estonia as an expert and intermittent fasting and exercise he
will share some amazing research on longevity and body composition from his
latest book the metabolic autophagy and last but not least due to popular demand
we are bringing back Nikolaos Tsokanos from Greece, his amazing story will blow
you away he will discuss his secrets he used to
become the first keto intermittent fasting Ironman athlete in Europe, and how he
transformed his body to sign up, get registered today and be
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Dr. Berg, 53 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of The New Body Type Guide and other books published by KB Publishing. He has taught students nutrition as an adjunct professor at Howard University. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.

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The 7 Healthy Eating Hacks

The 7 Healthy Eating Hacks

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all right so it’s time to talk about the seven healthy eating hacks not snacks but actual hacks number one if you go off the plan get right back on it because here’s the problem there’s a holiday coming up like I don’t know Thanksgiving or Christmas something like that okay so you go off the program next day your agreement with yourself as I get right back on it because the longer you wait the harder it is to get back on it because it affects the blood Sugar’s so you want to create the smallest amount of damage control okay number that’s number one number two keep keto desserts on hand especially during the holidays especially if you are tempted you can probably do a search online and order them or you can make them yourself I have a ton of recipes I’ll put a link down below but that way you’re not depriving yourself number three you should have a plan in advance to know what you’re gonna eat I have a really cool little piece of software on the website that allows you to generate a weekly eating plan you can use that or just create one yourself but you do want to plan out the whole week so you prepare beforehand so you don’t have to worry about it and you just need to focus on doing the program that’s already been planned out this seems to work very well as long as you keep it simple and not make the recipes so complex because if you don’t have a plan you’re susceptible to running out of food and like oh gosh what do we need today and just go out to dinner and maybe eat the wrong thing and before whatever area or topic you have a problem with or food that you have a problem with whether it’s salt cravings craving chips or something like that or french fries or popcorn whatever study something about it I have a video on every possible topic related to food and kido you just need to watch it or we watch it again to get more education on that topic very very important number five avoid certain environments that will throw you off don’t hang out at the all you can eat buffet on the weekends okay don’t go in areas where they have aromas so let’s say for example you’re walking through the mall and you know if you walk downstairs there’s the food court where they have all these smells that tend to draw you in you need to avoid the areas that tempt you okay number six you do the cooking for social events the worst thing is going to a social event you know they’re not gonna have anything low-carb and what are you gonna do right so maybe you control the location of where you’re gonna be eating maybe have everyone at your house that way you’re actually controlling what people eat and I really think that the person that has the most awareness and knowledge should be in charge of the food okay not the person that knows nothing about it they just get everyone in trouble okay number seven realize that it is a thousand times easier to maintain your healthy eating than it is to get out of a disease nearly every single day I get an email from one or two even three people that have a disease cancer just had one today someone had cancer and you’re like dr. Berg what do I do I need help they don’t know who to go to they don’t know what to do they’re telling me I wish I would have stuck to something healthier a long time ago and as soon as I get this thing handled I’m gonna stick to a healthy plan the problem is it’s very very difficult to number one find a doctor that’s a good evaluator medicine is set up to treat symptoms what’s missing in medicine is they don’t really do a good evaluation and find out the underlying root causes it’s just all about managing the symptom but it’s just so difficult to pull yourself out of a situation that you’re you’re so far in you don’t really know how long it’s been there it could have been there for years and now it’s becoming a problem disease is created usually from food that’s my opinion and it can also be prevented by eating certain foods what you eat today will determine your future health so you just want to learn from them as stakes of others and not have to experience a disease so in summary it’s all about creating your health each and every day so you can actually avoid a problem down the road so I hope this one motivates some people who sometimes especially during the holidays they might tend to go off the program a little too long so maybe this might motivate you to stick to your plan a little bit closer thanks for watching so if you want more knowledge on how to create a healthy body subscribe now and get daily notifications

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Timestamps
0:10 Hack #1 – If you go off the plan, get right back on!
0:38 Hack #2 – Keep keto-friendly desserts on hand
0:59 Hack #3 – Weekly eating plan (keep it simple)
1:38 Hack #4 – Study the topic you have trouble with
2:06 Hack #5 – Avoid environments that will throw you off
2:30 Hack #6 – You do the cooking (for social events)
3:02 Hack #7 – Realize it’s 1000x easier to maintain healthy eating than to get out of a disease!

Here are 7 healthy eating hacks:

1. If you go off the plan, get right back on!
This is a big problem many people have around the holidays. If you break your meal plan on Thanksgiving, don’t give up! Get right back on your meal plan the next day. The longer you wait, the more difficult it will be to get back on keto.

2. Keep keto-friendly desserts on hand
This is another big thing to remember during the holidays. Always have keto-friendly desserts and treats close by, especially if you’re easily tempted by things like Christmas cookies. You can order keto treats online or make them at home. Here’s a link to some of my favorite recipes:

3. Weekly eating plan (keep it simple)
Always have a plan ahead of time, so you know what to eat and when. If you don’t have a plan, it’s going to be much more difficult to stick to healthy keto. Just remember to keep it simple. If you need help making a plan, check out this link:

4. Study the topic you have trouble with
As you go on your healthy keto journey, you’re going to run into something that you have a problem with—whether it’s salt, cravings, or an addiction to french fries. More than likely, I have a video to help you with the problem you’re having.

5. Avoid environments that will throw you off
It goes without saying that that you should avoid hanging out at the all-you-can-eat buffet on the weekends. But you should also avoid going to places that have tempting aromas. For instance, if you’re going to the mall, avoid walking through the food court.

6. You do the cooking (for social events)
You probably know that most social events offer zero food options that are low-carb or keto-friendly. If you can, bring a healthy food option or host at your own home so you can prepare keto-friendly foods.

7. Realize it’s 1000x easier to maintain healthy eating than to get out of a disease!
What you eat today determines your health tomorrow. If you don’t want to have issues with your health, you have to eat healthily. Disease is most often created by bad eating habits.

Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio:
Dr. Berg, 53 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of The New Body Type Guide and other books published by KB Publishing. He has taught students nutrition as an adjunct professor at Howard University. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.

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