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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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The Reason is You’re Not Eating Enough…

The Reason is You’re Not Eating Enough…

The Reason is You’re Not Eating Enough…

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This is why eating more won’t help with weight loss.

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0:00 The Reason is You’re Not Eating Enough…
0:35 The real way to support weight loss
0:58 Insulin resistance
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In this video, we’re going to talk about the following theory: the reason that you’re not losing weight is that you’re not eating enough.

So the solution is to just eat more food, right?

This just doesn’t make any sense. How could adding more food cause you to lose calories?

What you do want to do to support healthy weight loss is to increase your nutrients. Vitamins, minerals, and other vital nutrients can help support a healthy body and promote weight loss.

The best way to lose weight is to cut out your carbohydrates and eat less frequently. This doesn’t mean you need to lower your calories—just avoid any calories from carbohydrates and eat less often.

What this does is decreases insulin resistance. Insulin resistance is the cause of a slow metabolism.

If you can’t seem to lose weight, this is a sign of insulin resistance. Chances are, you are eating way too many carbohydrates.

Keep in mind that lowering your calories is not a good idea either. Lowering your calories can deplete the body of nutrients and low down your metabolism further. Avoid low-calorie diets!

In summary, Healthy Keto and intermittent fasting are the best ways to lose weight and support a healthy body.

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Lazy vs. Dirty Keto: The Difference

Lazy vs. Dirty Keto: The Difference

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How you do keto matters—here’s the difference between lazy and dirty keto.

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0:00 Introduction
0:10 What is lazy keto?
0:54 What is dirty keto?
1:14 Lazy vs. dirty keto: the difference
2:59 What is Healthy Keto?
3:22 How to bulletproof your immune system

In this video, we’re going to talk about the difference between lazy keto and dirty keto. Take a look.

– Lazy keto –
Lazy keto is when you do not count calories or ketones. You primarily focus on counting carbohydrates—and keeping them below 50 grams per day.

Lazy keto also involves consuming a moderate amount of protein (roughly 3-8 oz per meal) and consuming high amounts of fat (without focusing on the quality of fat).

– Dirty keto –
Dirty keto completely ignores the quality of your nutrients. Those who do dirty keto often eat at fast-food restaurants and consume processed cheese and meats.

Dirty keto may also include a lot of MSG, low-nutrient foods, non-organic ingredients, high amounts of omega-6 fatty acids, and trans fats.

On dirty keto, you might consume a heavily-processed fast-food burger without the bun, which—although keto-friendly—contains a lot of unhealthy ingredients.

Overall, the difference between lazy keto and dirty keto is that dirty keto doesn’t focus on the quality of food at all. Those on dirty keto may consume some very unhealthy foods.

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Inuits Don’t Get the Keto Flu (or other Symptoms) – Here’s Why

Inuits Don’t Get the Keto Flu (or other Symptoms) – Here’s Why

Inuits Don’t Get the Keto Flu (or other Symptoms) – Here’s Why

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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.

Timestamps
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.)

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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.

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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?
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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.

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The 5 Top Health Tips of All Time

The 5 Top Health Tips of All Time

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There are many bad health tips out there—here are the 5 best tips and why they work.

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0:00 5 tops health tips of all time
0:52 The best and worst health tips compared
8:51 Final thoughts
9:06 Need keto consulting?

In this video, we’re going to talk about the five top health tips of all time.

But before we look at the best tips, we should take a look at the worst tips. Here’s what you should NOT do:
• Low fat
• Low salt
• Lots of water
• Lean protein
• Lose weight to get healthy
• 6 small meals per day
• Exercise is most important
• Reduce added sugars, but you can still have some
• Eat your breakfast
• There are no bad foods
• Everything in moderation
• No one diet for everyone
• Every diet works if you keep your calories low
• Replace saturated fats with vegetable oil

Here are the 5 best health tips:

1. Keep insulin normal
Keeping your insulin levels normal is one of the best things you can do for weight loss and your overall health. To promote healthy insulin levels, lower your carbohydrates, increase your healthy fats, and avoid all vegetable oils.

2. Fasting
Intermittent fasting and prolonged fasting are incredible tools for promoting a healthy body. They induce autophagy and help normalize your insulin levels. Two things you can do to start off your intermittent fasting plan is to skip breakfast and cut out all snacks.

3. Get healthy to lose weight
One of the worst tips is to lose weight to get healthy—instead, you should get healthy to lose weight. You want to always focus on your health first, and the weight loss will come with it. Keep in mind that you can lose weight without being healthy—this is not our goal!

4. Do healthy keto
A low-carb, high-fat diet will put your body into ketosis. Ketones are the body’s preferred fuel source. A healthy keto diet consists of plenty of vegetables and healthy fats that promote overall health and longevity. You always want to focus on organic, grass-fed, pasture-raised, wild-caught, and full-fat products.

5. Exercise, sleep, and reduce stress
Stress triggers insulin, which blocks weight loss. You want to get plenty of sleep and exercise to reduce stress and promote a healthy body.

Give these tips a try and let me know how they affect your health and happiness.

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Am I WRONG About LOW Glycemic Carbs?

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The 9 Low Carb Myths Debunked

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let’s talk about the nine most common low carb myths okay you hear this all the time and I just want to cover each one of them the first one is that low carb diets are a fad okay now and a fad is some intense and wildly shared enthusiasm for something that is short-lived so the question is why would it be short-lived if you’re benefiting on a low carb diet you’re gonna stick with it why would you stop it and why is it so bad to be enthusiastic about something that works yes there are a lot of people that are intensely enthusiastic about keto and low carb diets and immanent fasting because they feel so much better so the low carb diets are absolutely positively not a fad some people would want you to believe that but it’s absolutely growing and growing growing it’s not going to be short-lived simply because it works next one it’s okay for weight loss but not for a long-term health now this is completely ridiculous why would something work for a term and not work in the long run now the argument that certain people will use is that they’ll take the evidence or the studies of traditional or classical keto for epilepsy where they have low quality ingredients and have all these different side effects like kidney stones and gow and high cholesterol and bad breath well we’re not recommending that version we are recommending the healthy low carb or keto version of the ketogenic diet alright next one number three all that fat is going to make you get a heart attack absolutely positively not true first of all I’ve never met anyone that is consuming all the bacon grease from the bacon they fried the bacon and they toss out the grease and they leave the crispy bacon okay most people don’t eat a lot of butter okay on one sitting now what’s interesting about butters I used to crave butter as a child I didn’t know that I needed a lot of butter for the vitamin k2 and I was very very deficient in fact I remember wanting to consume a whole pound of butter so my parents wouldn’t do that because they the time had this idea that fat was bad but if you crave butter you probably need something in the butter but the point is that we’re recommending healthy fats that’s that normally come with protein and no fat is not unhealthy especially if you’re not adding the carbohydrates to the fat it’s when you add the carbohydrates to the fat that becomes a problem but we’re doing low carbohydrates okay all right number four it’s not sustainable this is hilarious low carb diets get rid of your cravings low carb diets make you so you’re not hungry anymore guess what that’s very sustainable when you start adding in the carbs and the frequent eating and even a low calorie diet that’s not sustainable but keto and low carb is very sustainable number five it’s not healthy to omit a food group well first of all that is completely made up by the food manufacturing companies that sell certain foods that really shouldn’t be in our diet in the first place there’s no such thing as essential sugar okay or essential refined carbohydrates so it’s extremely healthy to omit certain food groups all right number six you don’t want to cut your carbs because you’re gonna be cutting down your vegetables well whoever said that doesn’t understand that we don’t count vegetables in our equation we want you to consume lots of vegetables so as in seven to ten cups per day so that’s what we want and we’re not cutting down on vegetables and you can also have some berries number seven your brain needs carbs if you don’t have carbs you’re gonna be tired now whoever’s telling you that is they can put you know what I’m not gonna go there your brain can very easily run on ketones it loves ketones the carbohydrates are the things that destroy the brain and cause Alzheimer’s okay when you reduce carbs your but your body automatically starts making ketones and your brain thrives on ketones you’ll have better mental endurance it helps your to function if there’s damage in the brain ketones will bypass that mechanism and feed the brain cells directly I’m really talking about those people are telling you that your brain needs carbs they have usually have brain damage because they’ve been consuming too many carbohydrates a low-carb diet is not good for a diabetic because the rationale is you’re gonna end up with low blood sugar hypoglycemia that is complete and utter insanity think about what diabetes is it’s a condition of high sugar right so we’re trying to lower it guess what’s gonna happen when you go in a low carb your blood sugar is gonna come down it’s going to decrease the need for medication okay you work with your doctor you take less medication guess what now less medication your blood sugar goes normal okay it’s not gonna go hypo it’s gonna go normal and you’re gonna feel much better and number nine a low carb diet is really a high protein diet and that’s damaging for the kidneys again absolutely not true a low carb diet as in how the keto is moderate amount of protein three to six ounces maybe a little bit more but it’s not unlimited protein all right there you have it the nine low-carb myths and now I want you to check out the myths of in a minute fasting it’s right on this page right here 

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In this video, I want to cover the most common low-carb myths.

9 low-carb myths, and what I have to say about them:

1. Low-carb is a fad diet. (A fad is an intense and widely shared enthusiasm for something that is short-lived)
• The keto diet is growing in popularity because it works.

2. It’s okay for weight loss, but not for long-term health.
• Why would something work short-term and not long-term?

3. All that fat is unhealthy.
• We recommend healthy fats. Fats have benefits.

4. It’s not sustainable.
• Low-carb diets get rid of cravings and hunger.

5. It’s not healthy to omit a food group.
• There is no such thing as healthy sugar or refined carbohydrates.

6. Low-carb means you have to cut down on vegetables.
• We recommend 7-10 cups of vegetables a day.

7. The brain needs carbs—you’ll be tired.
• Your brain thrives on ketones.

8. It’s not good for a diabetic.
• Low-carb may actually help your blood sugar levels.

9. Low-carb means high-protein
• We recommend a moderate amount of protein.

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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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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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