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Air Pollution Can Cause Diabetes

Air Pollution Can Cause Diabetes

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0:00 Introduction
0:10 Bad news about air pollution and diabetes
1:43 Good news about air pollution and diabetes
2:34 Share your success story!

In this video, we’re going to talk about air pollution.

Now, I have some good news and some bad news. The bad news is that air pollution has now been found to increase the risk of diabetes.

This is due to something called particulate matter. These are microscopic particles in the air. They can be solids or liquids.

Particulate matter can get into the lungs and bloodstream.

The size of this harmful particulate matter is less than 2.5 micrometers. This appears as a haze in the air.

Within particulate matter, there are thousands of chemicals from industry, power plants, automobiles, and various other sources.

This air pollution has long been known to cause lung cancer.

A new study found that exposure to particulate matter (PM 2.5) can alter blood sugar levels and significantly increase the risk of type-2 diabetes over 16 weeks.

The reason why air pollution has these effects is unknown. However, there are some theories. It could be due to systemic inflammation, autonomic nervous system dysfunction, oxidative stress, or the gut microbiome.

What we do know is that pollution leads to insulin resistance, which affects blood sugar levels.

The good news is that research shows that fasting can block the adverse blood sugar effects of air pollution. Fasting can also inhibit glucose intolerance.

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Ignore Hunger Waves While Fasting

Ignore Hunger Waves While Fasting

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0:00 Fasting spikes motivation to exercise
0:10 Hunger waves
1:14 Cravings vs. hunger
2:06 Ghrelin and exercise motivation
2:50 How to bulletproof your immune system

In this video, we’re going to talk about some benefits of fasting for your motivation to exercise.

First, I want to talk about hunger waves. Hunger waves are surges of hunger throughout the day. When you ignore a hunger wave, it will go away.

Hunger waves are caused by an increase in the hormone ghrelin. Ghrelin tells your brain that it’s time to eat. However, you don’t need to eat every time you feel hungry.

If it’s around lunchtime and you feel hungry, you can often ignore your hunger for a couple of hours, and you’ll stop being hungry. Knowing about these waves of hunger can help you better prepare for your intermittent fasting plan.

Over time, hunger waves will start to reduce, and it will become easier and easier to do intermittent fasting.

It’s important to differentiate between the sensation of hunger (cravings) and real hunger. If you start feeling irritable, light-headed, weak, or dizzy, then you need to eat because your body is hungry. An increase in ghrelin is not real hunger.

Keep in mind that fasting will help decrease your hunger. You’ll also find that you consume less food when you break your fast.

When you eat, you spike insulin, which makes you hungry again shortly after.

A study on mice showed an increase in motivation to exercise when they were hungry. I’ve seen this same effect in humans too.

So if you experience a spike in ghrelin while fasting, ignore the hunger signals but don’t ignore the motivation to exercise.

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6 Stages of Fasting

6 Stages of Fasting

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5:07 Bulletproof your immune system *free course!

Today I want to cover the six stages of fasting.

The six stages of fasting:
Stage 1: 8-14 hours
• Stable blood sugar levels
• Using up stored sugar and sugar in the blood
• At 10 hours—the muscles use about 50% glucose and 50% fat (you’re starting to transition to fat-burning)

Stage 2: 14-24 hours
• Starting to get into ketosis
• Fewer cravings
• More energy
• Improved mood
• Improved cognitive function

Stage 3: 24-36 hours
• Full ketosis and fat burning
• The liver is making ketones
• Decreased appetite
• Decreased ghrelin
• Increased BDNF (new brain cells)

Stage 4: 36-48 hours
• Autophagy
• Kill cancer cells
• Decreased oxidative stress
• Decreased misfolded proteins
• Increased memory

Stage 5: 48-60 hours
• Insulin sensitivity super boost
• More autophagy
• Less inflammation
• Atrophy healing
• Protein sparing

Stage 6: 60-72 hours
• Immune system regeneration
• Spike in immune stem cells
• A 2014 study demonstrated that a 72 hour fast led to a complete rejuvenation of the immune system, and people on chemotherapy had less damage

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Fasting for 7 Days: Here’s What Will Happen

Fasting for 7 Days: Here’s What Will Happen

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0:00 Fasting for 7 days 
0:17 Water loss
1:03 Fat loss 
2:45 Muscle loss
3:45 Are you fasting correctly?
5:30 Does insulin help muscles grow? 
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What could potentially happen if you completely stopped eating for seven days? In past videos, I’ve said that the most weight a person could lose in one week is about 2 pounds (0.9kg). But that’s if someone is eating throughout the week. So, what could happen if someone fasted for seven days? 

If you start cutting carbs, you could start losing a lot of fluid. Initially, a person could easily lose 13 pounds (5.89kg) in one week. This depends on how much water weight you have. 

One pound of fat is 3500 calories. An average person might burn roughly 2000 calories in a day. So, in theory, if everything goes perfectly, a person could lose 0.5-0.7 pounds per day while fasting. This would come out to just under 5 pounds (2.2kg) per week with fasting. 

But, there are a lot of variables that can affect this, including: 
• Exercise 
• Stress 
• Sleep 
• Age 
• Metabolism 
• History of consuming a lot of carbs 
• Health issues 

When you start fasting, you can stimulate growth hormone. Growth hormone protects against the loss of protein. Typically, the body doesn’t use protein as fuel. It uses the fat fuel until that’s gone, then it uses muscle. 

Let’s say someone is a bodybuilder, or they have a good amount of muscle on their body, and they’re exercising. But after they start the week fast, they don’t exercise. Potentially, their muscles could shrink because it’s the exercise that keeps the muscles stimulated and growing. 

A good indicator to know if you’re fasting correctly is being able to exercise without feeling too weak and tired. If you’re fasting, but you don’t have any energy, and you can’t do intense exercise, you may need more electrolytes. 

It’s also important to make sure you’re taking enough sea salt regardless of whether or not you’re eating. Green powder drinks, B vitamins (nutritional yeast), and trace minerals may also be beneficial while fasting. 

Some people think they need to load up on carbs to spike insulin to help their muscles grow. But, insulin comes with a package. And, insulin is also triggered by protein. So, a better solution may be to have more protein instead of carbs. If you’re trying to lose weight, this isn’t a good idea. But if you’re trying to build muscle, it may be a better option. 

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My New Fasting Routine (Skipping Dinner)

My New Fasting Routine (Skipping Dinner)

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WHY You Need Keto and Intermittent Fasting

WHY You Need Keto and Intermittent Fasting

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Why is it so important to do keto and intermittent fasting at the same time? Let me explain. 

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0:00 Keto and intermittent fasting
0:45 Unique benefits of fasting 
7:08 Why you need to do keto and intermittent fasting
8:18 Bulletproof your immune system *free course! 

Today we’re going to talk about why it’s important to do keto and intermittent fasting together. 

The common thread between doing the diet and doing fasting is that you’re lowering glucose and insulin. This can help provide many different amazing benefits. 

Potential benefits of lowering insulin and glucose:
• Weight loss 
• Regulated blood sugar levels
• Better mood
• Improved cognitive function 
• Decreased inflammation 
• Fewer cravings 

There are unique additional benefits that can occur with fasting, including: 
1. An epigenetic effect (turn off bad genes and turn on good genes) 
2. Autophagy (recycle dead cells and damaged proteins) 
3. Turn on genes (DNA repair, adapt to stress) 
4. Increased antioxidant network 
5. Decreased inflammation 
6. Decreased risk of cancer 
7. Increased growth hormone (anti-aging, fat-burning, and loss of muscle prevention) 
8. Increased stem cells (vital for your immune system) 
9. Gut microbe diversity 
10. Migration motor complex 

Intermittent fasting can decrease your appetite even more than if you were to do keto alone. I believe the combination of keto and intermittent fasting is essential because the higher amount of carbs you would eat if you only did fasting could prevent some of the effects of fasting. But, if you were to do keto without intermittent fasting, you wouldn’t get the effects of fasting. 

By doing keto and intermittent fasting together, you could potentially: 
• Look younger 
• Get thinner 
• Be happier 
• Get smarter 
• Have fewer diseases 

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The 7 Important Intermittent Fasting Rules

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0:10 Intermittent fasting rules – #1
0:56 Intermittent fasting rules – #2
3:30 Intermittent fasting rules – #3
4:35 Intermittent fasting rules – #4
5:20 Intermittent fasting rules – #5
6:15 Intermittent fasting rules – #6
6:43 Intermittent fasting rules – #7

Today I’m going to cover the most important rules of intermittent fasting. I’ve done a lot of different videos on this topic, but I wanted to condense everything from those videos into just one.

The 7 most important intermittent fasting rules:

1. Water, tea, and coffee are fine to have while fasting. I think drinking water while fasting is beneficial. Certain types of tea may actually help you fast for longer and decrease hunger. Coffee is fine, but don’t overdo it.

2. I believe taking certain supplements while fasting is important. This includes taking vitamins, electrolytes, trace minerals, nutritional yeast, and omega-3 fatty acids. A green drink without fiber (like wheatgrass juice powder) is fine. You may want to avoid protein powders and branched-chain amino acids. You can try bone broth or MCT oil, but they don’t work well for everyone.

3. Don’t eat unless you’re hungry. If you meet your fasting goal, but you’re not hungry, and you feel like you can go longer, then go a little longer. But don’t go too far to the point where you’re weak, tired, irritable, or dizzy.

4. The longer the fast, the more important it is to refeed slowly. If you do a fast for 48 hours or longer, make sure that when you do eat, it’s just a small amount of food. Then wait and gradually have more.

5. A good indication of how bad your insulin resistance may be is how long you can fast. If you can fast easily, your insulin resistance may be much better. If you can’t fast for very long, you may still have insulin resistance, and you just have to give it more time and keep working at it.

6. I believe you should always do healthy keto with intermittent fasting. The healthy keto diet may help keep your insulin low when you do eat and may provide a wide range of health benefits. A high-carb diet could minimize the effects of intermittent fasting.

7. It may be beneficial to do periodic prolonged fasting. Longer fasts may provide additional benefits. There are three potential benefits that people can get from doing regular intermittent fasting: weight loss, cognitive benefits, and mood benefits. But, periodic prolonged fasting could potentially support the brain and immune system, as well as provide anti-aging benefits.

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Why I Fast MORE Than 16 Hours for Maximum Fat Loss

Why I Fast MORE Than 16 Hours for Maximum Fat Loss

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Fasting ATTRACTS Fat to Your Cells

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Tired While Doing Intermittent Fasting?

Tired While Doing Intermittent Fasting?

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0:00 Tired while doing intermittent fasting?
0:10 Keto adaptation
1:12 Low potassium and magnesium
1:48 Vitamin B1 and keto-adaptation
3:16 Avoid these things on keto
4:37 Need keto consulting?

In this video, we’re going to talk about why you might be feeling tired while doing intermittent fasting and how to increase your energy levels.

When you go from a high-carb diet to a low-carb diet, there’s going to be a stage of keto-adaptation. This is where your body is switching from using glucose as your primary fuel source to using ketones as your preferred fuel source.

During this time, you can experience keto fatigue. You’re going to be tired until your body fully adapts.

The problem is, many people start adding in more carbs because they think it will help with the adaptation process. This only makes keto-adaptation more difficult. If you cut out the carbs, adaptation won’t drag out and leave you feeling tired and fatigued for so long. It can take up to a week for adaptation.

Another cause of keto fatigue is not having enough minerals—particularly electrolytes such as potassium and magnesium.

Lastly, you may feel keto fatigue if you’re low on vitamin B1. Vitamin B1 is vital to energy levels. Fat does not contain vitamin B1, so you may have to replenish it on keto.

If you’re having a lot of coffee and tea on keto, you may have even lower B1 levels because they tend to deplete vitamin B1.

Wine can make you more fatigued because alcohol and sulfites can deplete vitamin B1.

If all of you’re only eating cooked foods, you may have low nutrients levels as well. Get plenty of raw vegetables. Keep in mind that raw fish can also deplete vitamin B1, so stay away from that.

Medications for type 2 diabetes may also be the cause of fatigue. Talk with your doctor about fatigue if you’re using any medications.

If you are low on vitamin B1, nutritional yeast is a fantastic natural source.

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