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It’s the TYPE of Carbs on Keto That Matter

It’s the TYPE of Carbs on Keto That Matter

It’s the TYPE of Carbs on Keto That Matter

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0:00 Carbs on keto
0:12 Examples of types of carbs on keto
6:47 Bulletproof your immune system (free course!)

It’s not just the quantity of carbs you have on keto that matters. It’s also the quality of the carbs that matter. In this video, I’m going to cover in detail the types of carbs that you should and shouldn’t have on keto. It’s important to not only consider the amount of sugar in foods but also the carbs and starch.

A few things to keep in mind:
• Fiber will buffer starches and sugar to a certain degree.

• It’s important to consider the amounts of starch in foods and whether or not it’s heated. You don’t want to consume starch that has been heated or processed.

• The more you cook a starch, the higher it is on the glycemic index. For example, a raw potato would be fine. But, cooked potatoes are not keto-friendly.

• Even though you could typically have 50g of carbs per day on keto, you want to consume low-glycemic carbs. You don’t want to consume 50g of actual sugar because it will spike your blood sugar.

A few examples:

Kale — (keto-friendly)
Amount: 1 cup
Total carb: 4g
Fiber: 2g
Net carb: 2g
Sugar: 0g

Soda — (not keto-friendly)
Amount: 1 can
Total carb: 39g
Fiber: 0g
Net carb: 39g
Sugar: 39g

Potato fries — (not keto-friendly)
Amount: 3 oz.
Total carb: 19g
Fiber: 2g
Net carb: 17g
Sugar: 0g

Strawberries — (fine in small amounts)
Amount: 1/2 cup
Total carb: 7g
Fiber: 2g
Net carb: 5g
Sugar: 3g

Carrots — (fine in small amounts)
Amount: 2/3 cup
Total carb: 7g
Fiber: 2g
Net carb: 5g
Sugar: 4g

Bread — (not keto-friendly)
Amount: 1 slice
Total carb: 15g
Fiber: 0.8g
Net carb: 14.2g
Sugar: 1.5g

Pasta — (not keto-friendly)
Amount: 2 oz.
Total carb: 42g
Fiber: 3g
Net carb: 39g
Sugar: 1g

Rice — (not keto-friendly)
Amount: 1 cup
Total carb: 45g
Fiber: 0.6g
Net carb: 44.4g
Sugar: 0.1g

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Epilepsy and The Ketogenic Diet

Epilepsy and The Ketogenic Diet

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Here’s what you really need to know about epilepsy and the ketogenic diet.

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0:00 Epilepsy and keto
1:40 Why does keto help with seizures?
2:08 Potential side effects of classic keto
3:03 How to do the keto diet for epilepsy
7:15 Bulletproof your immune system (free course!)

Today, we’re going to talk about epilepsy and the ketogenic diet. In 1923 Dr. Russell Wilder noticed that a low-carb diet had the potential to reduce a person’s seizures by 50%. 15% of the group completely got rid of their seizures.

This actually started the classic ketogenic diet for epilepsy. Of course, the keto diet has since evolved into different ratios of fat, protein, and carbohydrates. The higher the ratio of fat you have to protein and carbs, the more you’ll be able to get into ketosis.

It’s not really known why the keto diet may help with seizures, but there are a few theories.

Theory #1: Keto improves the stability of synapses between neurons.
Theory #2: Ketones have anticonvulsant effects.
Theory #3 Keto decreases brain inflammation.

There are a few potential side effects a person could experience after going on the classic keto diet. I think this could be because the classic ketogenic diet focuses more on macros than it does on the quality of foods the person is eating.

If someone wanted to try doing the keto diet for epilepsy, they might want to tweak it a little bit to make it healthier. I would try to do organic, grass-fed, wild-caught, pasture-raised foods.

A few more tips to make the classic keto diet healthier:
1. Add intermittent fasting
2. Avoid vegetable oils
3. Consume more vegetables and salads (with olive oil is even better)
4. Take purified bile salts
5. Take whole food vitamins
6. Take electrolytes, including potassium citrate
7. Take sea salt (1-1.5 tsp.)

Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio:
Dr. Berg, age 55, is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of the best-selling book The Healthy Keto Plan, and is the Director of Dr. Berg Nutritionals. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.

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Ketogenic Diet Causes Scarring of the Heart…GOSH DARN IT!

Ketogenic Diet Causes Scarring of the Heart…GOSH DARN IT!

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DATA:

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/20594978/
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/23223453/
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4511588/
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/317124387_Effects_of_Ketogenic_Diets_on_Cardiovascular_Risk_Factors_Evidence_from_Animal_and_Human_Studies
DATA: (Mitochondria Biogenesis – shows the opposite)

A recent study found that the ketogenic diet induces cardiac fibrosis—and it’s causing people to worry. Let me put your mind at ease.

Timestamps
0:00 Keto and cardiac fibrosis
0:30 Looking deeper at the study
3:00 Physiology
3:12 Can keto cause fibrosis?
3:27 Healthy keto
3:37 Who funded this study?
4:13 Bulletproof your immune system *free course!

Today we’re going to talk about a recent study that found that keto induces cardiac fibrosis, which is scar tissue in the heart. Is this something to worry about?

When you evaluate a study, you want to make sure the data in the study is good and truthful. I don’t believe that the version of keto they used in this study is one anyone would actually do.

Let’s look at the type of diet the researchers actually put the rats on in this study:

• Casein — 16.5% of the diet (inflammatory)
• L-cystine — .25% of the diet
• Cellulose — 8.2% of the diet
• Soybean oil — 4.25% of the diet (inflammatory)
• Cocoa butter — 62.7% of the diet
• Dicalcium phosphate — 2.1% of the diet
• Calcium carbonate — .9% of the diet
• Mineral mix — 1.6% of the diet

Keep in mind if a person has cardiac fibrosis, we know there was inflammation going on. Is anyone actually consuming these ingredients? The only way they get away with calling this keto is because it’s low-carb. The diet that they compared this to had different sugars and was just as bad.

Rats also have different physiology from humans. They don’t have gallbladders, and they aren’t designed to consume a lot of fat. To apply this version of keto to rats and then imply that if a person consumes a ketogenic diet they’re going to get fibrosis, seems crazy. I don’t believe this will happen.

Healthy keto is highly anti-inflammatory. It could potentially help prevent scarring by getting rid of inflammation.

Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio:
Dr. Berg, age 55, is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of the best-selling book The Healthy Keto Plan, and is the Director of Dr. Berg Nutritionals. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.

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Dr. Eric Berg received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1988. His use of “doctor” or “Dr.” in relation to himself solely refers to that degree. Dr. Berg is a licensed chiropractor in Virginia, California, and Louisiana, but he no longer practices chiropractic in any state and does not see patients so he can focus on educating people as a full time activity, yet he maintains an active license. This video is for general informational purposes only. It should not be used to self-diagnose and it is not a substitute for a medical exam, cure, treatment, diagnosis, and prescription or recommendation. It does not create a doctor-patient relationship between Dr. Berg and you. You should not make any change in your health regimen or diet before first consulting a physician and obtaining a medical exam, diagnosis, and recommendation. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. The Health & Wellness, Dr. Berg Nutritionals and Dr. Eric Berg, D.C. are not liable or responsible for any advice, course of treatment, diagnosis or any other information, services or product you obtain through this video or site.

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How to Start Keto Correctly

How to Start Keto Correctly

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Ready to start keto? Here’s how to do keto the healthy way!

Timestamps
0:00 How to start keto correctly
0:12 Keto basics
3:56 How much protein on keto?
5:50 How much fat on keto?
8:11 Adding intermittent fasting
12:14 Need keto consulting?

In this video, we’re going to talk about how to start keto correctly.

First, let’s talk about what keto is. The ketogenic diet puts you into a state called ketosis. Ketosis is when your body switches from using sugar as fuel to using ketones as fuel. To do this, you have to lower your intake of carbs and sugars. This includes grains, starches, sugary drinks, bread, pasta, candy, and fruits (except some berries).

You also want to limit how often you eat. Every time you eat, you trigger insulin. Insulin stops fat burning and triggers fat storage. Our goal is to lower your insulin levels. The best way to stop triggering insulin spikes is to eat less frequently. This doesn’t mean you have to eat less food (or lower your calories)—it just means no snacking in between meals and only consuming food 1-2 times a day.

On the healthy keto diet, there is one exception to the no-carb rule. You can have as many low-carb vegetables as you want—just avoid starchy vegetables like potatoes, sweet potatoes, and corn. You want to have 7-10 cups of vegetables every day.

After lowering your carbohydrates, you want to consume a moderate amount of protein. 3-8 oz of protein per meal. You should always consume meats with fat on them. Never go for lean or low-fat options. You can consume meat, fish, chicken, seafood, eggs (with the yolk), cheese, and nuts.

Once you’ve dialed in your protein, you want to focus on consuming healthy fats. Fats will help you stay full and satisfied. Healthy fats include avocado, butter, olive oil, coconut oil, and animal fats. Avoid soy oil, corn oil, and canola oil.

Once you’ve got the hang of keto, you should add in intermittent fasting. Intermittent fasting is simply cutting back on your meals and allowing your body more time to recover from insulin. Here are three tips for intermittent fasting:
1. Only eat when you’re hungry
2. Skip breakfast
3. Stop snacking

Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio:
Dr. Berg, age 55, is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of the best-selling book The Healthy Keto Plan, and is the Director of Dr. Berg Nutritionals. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.

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Disclaimer:
Dr. Eric Berg received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1988. His use of “doctor” or “Dr.” in relation to himself solely refers to that degree. Dr. Berg is a licensed chiropractor in Virginia, California, and Louisiana, but he no longer practices chiropractic in any state and does not see patients so he can focus on educating people as a full time activity, yet he maintains an active license. This video is for general informational purposes only. It should not be used to self-diagnose and it is not a substitute for a medical exam, cure, treatment, diagnosis, and prescription or recommendation. It does not create a doctor-patient relationship between Dr. Berg and you. You should not make any change in your health regimen or diet before first consulting a physician and obtaining a medical exam, diagnosis, and recommendation. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. The Health & Wellness, Dr. Berg Nutritionals and Dr. Eric Berg, D.C. are not liable or responsible for any advice, course of treatment, diagnosis or any other information, services or product you obtain through this video or site.

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Fatigued on Keto and When Fasting?

Fatigued on Keto and When Fasting?

Fatigued on Keto and When Fasting?

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today we’re gonna talk about fatigue
while you’re doing keto and when you’re doing in intermittent fasting why would you
possibly be tired when you’re doing this it’s supposed to give you energy right
take a look at what’s occurring we’re getting into the state of ketosis so
we’re trying to burn our fat there’s a lot of energy in our fat cells in other
words this fat will turn into ketones and ketones theoretically have more
energy than glucose per gram so that means there’s something wrong in
machinery now when we convert from sugar fuel the fat fuel it normally takes
about three days sometimes a little longer sometimes a little less of what
we’re trying to do is convert into this new machinery where our bodies can
easily burn fat and then when you get into four days five days six days two
weeks a month now you’re really burning fat the energy should increase unless
there’s hidden sugars okay if you’re having a cheat meal every other day or
having little carbohydrates as snacks or even protein in between the meal that
could keep your blood sugars up and down and prevent you from getting into the
full ketosis so you have full energy so this is one thing to look at right here
next thing I’m going to talk about is EMF even though it’s not necessarily
related from your diet it’s something important because I noticed a lot of
people sitting from the computer way too long so they have their computer their
screen their cell phone it’s giving off electromagnetic fields when they go to
bed at night some of the electrical wires in the wall could be right at your
the head of your bed I will say that this will really make you tired as well
and this is causing fatigue and you keep changing your diet this won’t work you
have to find out what’s causing the fatigue so at this point we’re going to
pretend that this is not a problem and we’re going to focus on your diet but
let’s say you work all this out and you still have fatigue take a look at this
make some changes there’s a lot of information
this I will put some links down below but reducing the amount of exposure to
this can greatly increase your energy especially in your head okay now the
next thing we’re going to talk about is just basically key to fatigue because
that’s what we’re talking about there could be certain nutrients that you’re
missing in your diet because when you do keto and you’re burning more fat your
body requires certain nutrients more than others the big one is b5 and b5 is
intimately involved in supporting your adrenal glands and the production of
energy and so nutritional yeast would provide this very nicely kind
nutritional yeast that’s why I’m going to recommend because not only will it
provide b5 but it’ll also provide D which is b1 okay and a b1 deficiency
which is very common especially with keto and without keto will make you
tired and also it makes you nervous restless leg syndrome is one symptom but
definitely it could give you some fatigue if you don’t have enough of this
but if you take nutritional yeast you can kill two birds with one stone
okay be having enough potassium and a sodium okay when you’re on keto and in a
minute fasting you need a little bit more sodium and chloride okay salt and I
recommend sea salt I’m not going to get into why but you just need more and if
you’re deficient in salt that right there can make you tired now there’s a
little pump in all of your cells and is called the sodium potassium pump and you
have billions of these little pumps in every cell and the main job of this pump
is to keep the potassium inside the cell and the sodium outside the cell to form
a little battery to power the nervous system and the muscular system so
without enough potassium and sodium the nerves and the muscles will fatigue and
that right there will make you tired and so when you’re on a ketogenic diet
and you’re not consuming enough of let’s say vegetables you’re not going to get
enough potassium or let’s say you’re not consuming enough salt then this thing
also won’t work so you need a good amount of potassium 7 to 10 cups of
vegetable and about 1 level teaspoon of sea salt and that should help that right
there should handle your fatigue but also magnesium could be deficient and
that’s a real common deficiency with a lot of people this is intimately
involved in making ATP energy currency of the body so you need magnesium well
it just so happens when you’re consuming vegetables you’re also getting magnesium
so you can kill two birds with one stone you can also take these as an
electrolyte powder and a lot of people will instantly start feeling more energy
simply because their body has been deficient in these minerals so these are
the things to look at also this if you are tired on keto and
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EMF:

 
Timestamps
0:13 What’s happening in the body 
0:55 Why you might be exhausted on keto and while intermittent fasting 
2:40 Missing nutrients 

Today we’re going to talk about why you might be tired on keto and while doing intermittent fasting. This program is supposed to give you energy, so why are you fatigued? 

Well, you’re working on getting into a state of ketosis. So, you’re trying to burn fat instead of sugar. There is a lot of energy in fat cells. The fat will turn into ketones, and ketones, theoretically, have more energy than glucose. 

It normally takes about 3 days to convert from sugar fuel to fat fuel. Once you’re doing keto and intermittent fasting for a few weeks, then you’re really getting into some fat burning, and your energy should increase. 

What causes tiredness on keto?

1. Hidden sugars 
2. EMF 
3. Keto fatigue (missing nutrients) 

Nutrients you may be missing:

• B5 (Consume nutritional yeast)
• Potassium and sodium (Consume more vegetables and sea salt or electrolyte powder)
• Magnesium (Consume more vegetables or electrolyte powder)
• B1 (Consume nutritional yeast)

Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio:
Dr. Berg, age 55, is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of the best-selling book The Healthy Keto Plan, and is the Director of Dr. Berg’s Nutritionals. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.

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Dr. Eric Berg received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1988. His use of “doctor” or “Dr.” in relation to himself solely refers to that degree. Dr. Berg is a licensed chiropractor in Virginia, California, and Louisiana, but he no longer practices chiropractic in any state and does not see patients so he can focus on educating people as a full time activity, yet he maintains an active license. This video is for general informational purposes only. It should not be used to self-diagnose and it is not a substitute for a medical exam, cure, treatment, diagnosis, and prescription or recommendation. It does not create a doctor-patient relationship between Dr. Berg and you. You should not make any change in your health regimen or diet before first consulting a physician and obtaining a medical exam, diagnosis, and recommendation. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. The Health & Wellness, Dr. Berg Nutritionals and Dr. Eric Berg, D.C. are not liable or responsible for any advice, course of treatment, diagnosis or any other information, services or product you obtain through this video or site.

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The Ketogenic Diet, Your Thyroid and Hair Loss

The Ketogenic Diet, Your Thyroid and Hair Loss

The Ketogenic Diet, Your Thyroid and Hair Loss

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today I’m going to talk about the
ketogenic diet intermittent fasting your thyroid and your hair sometimes when
people go on keto and they do in a min fasting they may notice a loss of hair
and they start getting cold some people might even see an enlarged thyroid gland
so there is a way to do it correctly without having to lose your hair or have
a thyroid problem so let’s take a look at a couple things
vitamin A activates the thyroid receptors okay in the thyroid gland
itself so the pituitary gland which is a tiny little gland in your brain sends a
hormone down to the thyroid and it controls the thyroid and this hormone is
called thyroid stimulating hormone connects to the thyroid little receptor
and it has several functions one is that it increases the size of the thyroid
hormone number two it increases the production of the thyroid hormones like
t4 so low amounts of vitamin A inhibit the receptors so you’re not activating
the receptors of the thyroid very much so what’s gonna happen is if you don’t
have this activation the receptors this hormone is going to start going higher
and higher and higher to try to connect to make the thyroid work because there’s
also a feedback loop telling the pituitary what to do so if we’re not
getting this feedback loop because it’s not connecting the pituitary we’ll start
to increase this hormone right here one of the problems with that is that this
thyroid can then start to enlarge okay so it starts getting bigger but because
it’s not connecting that well you may not have the quantity of thyroid
hormones if you look in the mirror you can kind of see if it’s kind of swollen
right there and then you also have a decreased uptake of this hormone and
this could be one of the reasons where you’re cold
there’s other reasons too that don’t involve the thyroid gland now the
thyroid gland is not working correctly one of the symptoms that you can
experience is hair loss okay so you can it be cold hair loss and large
now the next question is could you be deficient in vitamin A or not let’s take
a look at that vitamin A comes from certain foods like
eating liver egg yolks butter fish oils as in cod liver oil and even certain
leafy greens that can be converted into the active form of vitamin A realize
that the greens contain carotenoids which is the precursor for retinol and
the other thing you need to know is that the conversion is really like 10% under
certain conditions so you’re not going to make a lot of active vitamin A from
consuming a lot of greens the other thing you should know is that you may
not be able to absorb vitamin A properly if you have a fatty liver or you have
cirrhosis of the liver or an inflamed liver or you have a gallbladder problem
or we have a missing gallbladder or you don’t have enough bile because you need
bile to absorb this fat soluble vitamin these are just reasons why you may show
a problem with a vitamin A deficiency because you’re eating these but they’re
not being absorbed correctly now if you have gastric bypass for example that
could be another reason why you don’t absorb vitamin A because you have a now
shortened small intestine also if you have celiac or scar tissue in your colon
or SIBO which is small intestinal bacterial overgrowth pretty much
anything going on with the small intestine could create a vitamin A
deficiency another symptom that you may notice with vitamin A deficiency is a
lack of vision at night when you’re driving so that’s another little symptom
the other problem with vitamin E absorption is a lack of zinc and a lack
of zinc is way more common than in vitamin A deficiency why because we
don’t store zinc very effectively if you’re not actively consuming zinc on a
regular basis you’re going to be deficient zinc is needed to transport
vitamin A in to the thyroid zinc is also needed in the production of thyroid
hormone as well as the conversion of t4 to t3 so this is another really
important trace mineral and on top of that if you’re consuming no animal
products let’s say you’re vegan or you’re consuming grains that’s another
way to become zinc deficient some of the best foods that have good amounts of
zinc shellfish fish in general and red meat there’s other foods but you’re
gonna get a lot of zinc from these foods the other problem with zinc is if you
have an intestinal problem or a liver problem that could be another reason why
you’re not absorbing zinc so this goes beyond just the diet let’s say that you
have a problem with the small intestine because you have a history of
antibiotics you can take more of zinc and then that way you have enough
because if it’s not being absorbed you can just take more and that just might
give you what you need to offer this conversion the other problem is maybe
you’re not consuming enough shellfish or red meat or you’re not having any of
these well then you can just eat more of the raw materials if you want more
information about the thyroid gland check out this video right here 

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What’s the connection between keto, intermittent fasting, your thyroid, and hair loss? Watch this video to connect the dots.

0:00 The connection between keto, intermittent fasting, your thyroid, hair loss
0:28 How low vitamin A causes thyroid dysfunction
2:20 Vitamin A sources
3:59 Zinc, vitamin A, and your thyroid
4:41 Zinc sources
4:55 Final thoughts on Vitamin A, zinc, and hair loss

In this video, I want to talk to you about the ketogenic diet, intermittent fasting, your thyroid, and your hair. Some people who go on an intermittent fasting and keto plan notice hair loss. Some people also feel cold and have an enlarged thyroid. There is a way to do keto correctly, so you don’t have hair loss and a thyroid problem.

Vitamin A activates thyroid receptors. The pituitary sends a hormone down to the thyroid that controls it. The hormone is called thyroid-stimulating hormone, or TSH. It changes the size of the thyroid and the production of hormones, like T4. Low levels of vitamin A can inhibit the thyroid receptors of TSH. In turn, your pituitary produces more and more TSH to try to force the thyroid to work.

When this situation happens, it can cause the thyroid to enlarge. In turn, this can make you cold and contribute to hair loss.

Vitamin A comes from:
• Liver
• Eggs
• Butter
• Fish oil
• Greens

If you don’t consume enough of these foods, you could be low in vitamin A.

The other causes of low vitamin A could be:
• Fatty or inflamed liver
• Low gallbladder bile or no gallbladder
• Gastric bypass
• SIBO

Low levels of zinc is another very common problem that causes thyroid issues. This is often caused by avoiding all animal products, like with a vegetarian or vegan diet. Shellfish and red meat are excellent sources of zinc.

Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio:
Dr. Berg, age 55, is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of the best-selling book The Healthy Keto Plan, and is the Director of Dr. Berg’s Nutritionals. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.

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Why Keto Gives You More Energy

Why Keto Gives You More Energy

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It’s possible that keto gives you more energy than other diets, especially high-carb diets. Here’s why. 
 
Timestamps 
0:18 The Krebs cycle 
0:33 ATP
1:43 The body’s fuel 
1:51 Glucose versus ketones as fuel 
2:16 Keto and energy
3:10 Keto fatigue and keto flu

In this video, we’re going to talk about keto and energy. I want to explain why you’re going to experience more energy on the keto diet versus another diet. 

There is something called the Krebs cycle. The Krebs cycle is an entire pathway from start to finish of how food fuel gets turned into and converted into the energy that the body uses called ATP. ATP is the energy currency that the body needs to get the job done. I’m talking about the millions of biochemical reactions that occur in the body. 

The body’s fuel can’t use fats or glucose directly. It has two be converted through the Krebs cycle. 

This all happens inside the matrix, which is inside of the mitochondria. ATP provides the energy to drive the biochemical reactions in the entire body. 

You can use glucose as fuel, ketones as fuel, or even amino acids as fuel.

• 100g of glucose will give 8.7kg of ATP
• 100g of ketones will give 10.5kg of ATP

As you can see, beta-hydroxybutyrate gives more ATP with the same amount of material. This is why when you go on a ketogenic diet, your energy goes up. If you don’t experience more energy on keto, then we need to look deeper into the chemistry that’s going on with the Krebs cycle.

You need certain vitamins and minerals to activate this chemistry. Without sufficient amounts of nutrients, you can’t generate energy. Not having these nutrients could also be why some people experience things like keto fatigue or the keto flu when starting the keto diet.

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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The 9 Best Ketogenic Diet Ingredients

The 9 Best Ketogenic Diet Ingredients

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let’s talk about the nine best ketogenic diet ingredients all right now this is based on two things one is low carb and nutrient-dense the number one would be shellfish and I’m talking about clams oysters mussels absolutely amazing for their trace minerals zinc selenium iodine chromium and it has DHA what is DHA that’s a real key on mega 3 fatty acid so hands down shellfish has the best trace minerals and healthy fats number 2 salmon and I’m talking about Wow caught out of all the fish wild caught salmon has one of the highest amounts of omega-3 fatty acids and the two types that I’m talking about our DHA and EPA great for the retina of the eye your brain and the heart and also high-quality protein as well number three leafy greens like salads why because it has the minerals potassium magnesium and loaded with vitamin C and these are very easy to digest so I would consume these raw all right number four sardines sardines are loaded with the DHA and EPA those are the omega-3 fatty acids plus it’s really good protein number five eggs and I’m talking about organic pasture-raised eggs have pretty much every single vitamin except they don’t have a lot of vitamin C but other than that they have pretty much everything else I consume a lot of eggs and they’re very very healthy they will not increase your cholesterol if you’ve heard that eggs will worsen your cholesterol watch that link down below because I go through it in depth and you can actually get the true data on that but eggs are really really healthy number six cruciferous vegetables now with most cruciferous especially brussel sprouts and other cruciferous vegetables I recommend that you steam them because that will even enhance the final nutrients in cruciferous vegetables the big benefit of cruciferous go beyond just their vitamins and minerals because they’re loaded with phytonutrients and phytonutrients are the extra health factors that can decrease the complications from diabetes from Alzheimer’s it can minimize the damage that some of these diseases are creating and also protect you against cancer alright number seven avocados low carb healthy fats they’re extremely healthy but some people can get bloated if they do too many so I’m just making a special note of that but overall they’re very very healthy and number eight olives and olive oil extra virgin and organic really good on a ketogenic diet and number nine grass-fed grass-finished very important because they will sometimes finish the cattle off with grains which could be GMO to fatten them up for a period of even like ten months so that’s not good you wanted a hundred percent certified grass-fed grass-finished and I recommend not necessarily having a lean piece of steak but have a fatty of burger because that extra fat can even lower the effect on insulin and it’s easier to digest and that also includes grass-fed grass-finished organic hot dogs as well now on the flip side there are a lot of foods that we that people eat that are nothing remotely connected to the ketogenic diet there are worse than names like sugar and grains but I’m going to talk about some of the foods that people doing keto consume in a regular basis as in dirty keto and I want to talk about that first of all some people consider corn one of the vegetables and they consume corn on the ketogenic diet and they will consume maybe a little bit well the problem is that most corn like 95% is GMO and this is the big problem in addition to the corn being highly glycemic so you don’t want to consume corn despite it being a vegetable now yogurt has a lot of sugar but some people consume the Greek yogurt but you need to look at the label because you’re gonna be surprised how much sugar is in Greek yogurt now if you’re having a small amount here and there and you’re counting those carbs it might be okay but make sure it’s organic and grass-fed but overall it’s still not a really good ingredient all right next one commercial chicken unfortunately the chicken is badly processed factory farmed fed grains overall not the ideal protein you want to do on a healthy keto plan alright next one is processed meat I’m talking about my cold cuts and things like that even though that would be considered Quito you have nitrates you have a lot of added sugar sometimes they add monosodium glutamate and definitely it’s not grass-fed so I’m not gonna recommend this right here either now cheese I consume some chase on a regular basis so it really is the type of cheese processed cheese or not from cows that are grass-fed I don’t recommend that cheese so if you’re gonna do cheese I would definitely do grass-fed or organic or don’t consume it at all but there’s a lot of people that are sensitive to certain things and cheese cheese is originally from milk and there are a lot of hormonal factors going on there that can influence someone with a prostate issue also it can influence women who have problems with fibroids and cysts in the breasts or the ovaries so if there’s anything going on with estrogen dominance I don’t recommend it and if you’re going to consume it I don’t recommend consuming a lot of it a little bit here and there alright spinach if the problem with spinach is it’s loaded with oxalates oxalates can actually cause kidney stones you might be okay if you’re not a stone former you’ve never had a kitty stone and you’re not having a problem and you consumed spinach you may be okay but what’s interesting is if you consume some cheese you know high-quality cheese with the spinach this calcium will bind with the oxalates in your digestive system it won’t get absorbed into the blood into the kidney so the calcium of the cheese can protect you against the stones FYI but I just wouldn’t recommend a lot of spinach I would consume other vegetables all right nuts you can definitely overdo it on the nuts but almonds have the highest amount of oxalates and if you have a tendency to get kidney stones not a good idea some people that are arthritic should stay away from these as well because you’d be surprised how many people that have arthritis really have just too many foods high in oxalates which can irritate the joints so if you’re going to consume nuts or nut butters or even seeds probably have just a small amount it’s really easy to do too many nuts and that can irritate the gall bladder and the liver and the digestive tract and vegetables it sounds really healthy vegetable oils when in fact this is really grain oils they’re usually GMO highly inflammatory but their keto friendly because they’re low carb and higher fat so there you have it this is the good list and this is the bad alright thanks for watching and if you haven’t already subscribed click the red button below and that little bell icon so you can be notified of all the new videos that I’m gonna be releasing and I have some very cool and interesting videos coming up in the next coming weeks plus in addition to that you’ll be notified of the 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Here is a list of the best keto ingredients to help keep you on the right track to meeting your health goals. 

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Timestamps 
0:05 The 2 principles of the best keto ingredients 
0:12 The best ketogenic diet ingredients
3:43 The worst keto ingredients (dirty keto)

Today I’m going to share with you the best ketogenic diet ingredients. If you’re wondering what to eat on keto, or you want to start cooking some new keto recipes, this video is for you.

This list of keto ingredients is based on two things:

1. Low-carb
2. Nutrient-dense 

The best ketogenic diet ingredients:

1. Shellfish 
Main benefits: zinc, selenium, iodine, chromium, DHA

2. Wild-caught salmon 
Main benefits: DHA, EPA

3. Leafy greens 
Main benefits: potassium, magnesium, vitamin C

4. Sardines 
Main benefits: DHA, EPA

5. Organic pasture-raised eggs 
Main benefit: loaded with vitamins 

6. Cruciferous vegetables 
Main benefit: phytonutrients 

7. Avocados 
Main benefit: healthy fats 

8. Extra virgin organic olives/olive oil 

9. Grass-fed grass-finished beef 

The worst keto ingredients (dirty keto):

1. Corn 
Most corn is GMO

2. Yogurt 
Contains a lot of sugar

3. Commercial chicken 
Is processed and fed grains 

4. Processed meat
Contains nitrates, hidden sugar, may contain MSG, is not grass-fed

5. Processed cheese
Is processed and not grass-fed

6. Spinach
Is loaded with oxalates
  
7. Nuts (almonds)
Almonds are loaded with oxalates 

8. Vegetable oils
Are typically GMO

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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30-Day Keto Low Carb Challenge with Dr. Berg

30-Day Keto Low Carb Challenge with Dr. Berg

30-Day Keto Low Carb Challenge with Dr. Berg

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Start my 30-day challenge and experience the massive benefits keto has to offer. 

Let me help you finally break up with carbohydrates! I want to invite you to participate in a keto 30-day challenge. This is a low-carb, no-cheat challenge. 

Some of you have not been able to do the ketogenic diet long enough to really see the benefits you can experience. So, I’m going to challenge you to do low-carb with no cheating for 30 days. 

***But I’m going to help you. 

• Every week, on Thursday nights, we’re going to do a live Q&A where I’ll answer all of your questions.

• I’m going to send you daily audio tips via your cell phone to help educate you and motivate you. 

• I’m going to give you a complete meal plan to download and study. 

You’re going to be doing a combination of the healthy keto diet and intermittent fasting. I’m going to help you learn how to start keto and how to do keto successfully. I’m going to help make this really easy for you, and it will only get easier as you keep going. You’re going to be so impressed by how you feel!

It’s been the carbohydrates all along that have gotten you in trouble. Carbohydrates are the reason why your body is not the way you want it to feel or look. 

There are two ways to sign up for this 30 day challenge. 

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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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