Why a Fatty Keto (Ketogenic) Diet Can Reverse a Fatty Liver
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so in this video I want to talk about why getting on a fatty ketogenic diet can actually help reduce fat on your liver now this sounds counterintuitive because you would think I’m consuming fat it’s going to fill up my liver with fat but what makes the ketogenic diet successful and I’m talking about causing a conversion from the fat on your body to ketones which occur in the liver is the reduction of carbs for this to work you must reduce your carbs in fact you’re not gonna be able to make ketones without without reducing your carbohydrates a lot of times when you see research on a high-fat diet which is no definition those studies are actually doing high fat high carb diets so you must reduce the carbs to get the person to burn ketones and the liver is the organ to do that and when ketones are produced guess what happens you automatically stop storing fat you stop dumping fat in the liver okay when you’re actually on a high carb diet the body is going to store glucose in the liver especially fructose and one really important point about this is that the liver is the first area to show a reduction of fat so when you start a ketogenic diet and you don’t notice a reduction in your midsection what you have to realize is that your body is using up the liver fat first before it’s going to be using the visceral fat in your belly so don’t be discouraged just realize it’s gonna take time especially if you have a lot of fat on your liver and if you have a large stomach you definitely have a lot of fat in your liver and what you need to know is that you can actually burn up a hundred grams of fat per day doing ketosis the point is that you just need to give it some time for it to really work and realize if you’re not seeing a lot of reduction in your midsection it could be you have a lot of fat on your liver that the body is focusing on first bottom line is you can have significant fat reduction in your liver as well as a decrease in liver enzyme by doing the ketogenic diet real simply I would recommend three things one is getting the healthy version of the ketogenic diet this also means consuming more vegetables because you want that fiber to feed the microbes so the microbes can actually recycle more bile and the bile helps with the elimination of the excess fat through the gallbladder so that’s an important point also in a minute fasting will greatly speed things up when you do intermittent fasting you are stimulating the production of ketones to a very high level so the combination of low carb and in a minute fasting ism is vital people can develop a fatty liver just from being deficient in this one nutrient choline and it’s very ironic that most the foods that are high in choline are fatty foods high in cholesterol fact the food that has the most choline is shrimp consuming shrimp and eggs for example can give you enough choline to prevent against a fatty liver it’s wild and then you have liver and peanuts meats scallops fish and leafy greens leafy greens and vegetables believe it or not have the lowest amount of choline and you can even take choline in a powder or supplement it’s Lippo trophic it dissolves fat on your liver to speed up the process alright thanks for watching so if you want to get notified with all my content click the notification bell next to subscribed
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In this video, Dr. Berg explains why getting on a fatty ketogenic diet can help fix a fatty liver. Ketosis is when it converts fat to ketones which occur in the liver by consuming a low carb diet and when the ketones are produced, it automatically signal to stop storing fat in the body. The liver is the first area to show the reduction of fat.
Recommendation for Fatty Liver
• Healthy Ketogenic Diet
• Intermittent Fasting
Foods High in Choline
• Leafy Greens
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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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