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Can a Product with Dextrose Still be Keto?

Can a Product with Dextrose Still be Keto?

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Carbohydrates Simplified:

Isomaltooligosaccharide or IMO:

Is dextrose keto-friendly? Watch this quick video to find out!

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0:00 Introduction: Dextrose and keto
0:10 Can you have dextrose on Healthy Keto?
1:17 How different foods affect your blood sugar
2:28 Keto-friendly foods: are they really keto-friendly?
3:33 Share your success story!

In this video, we’re going to talk about a question I got from a viewer: can a product with dextrose still be keto-friendly?

The answer is: maybe! It depends on how much dextrose is in the product. Small amounts might be okay, but large amounts can kick you out of ketosis.

On Healthy Keto, you want to only consume carbohydrates that are low on the glycemic index. Low-glycemic carbs are carbs that do not cause a sharp spike in your blood sugar levels.

The essence of the keto diet is to lower your carbohydrates to keep your blood sugar and insulin levels normalized. You can do this by consuming less than 50 grams of carbs per day.

Even if you’re having plenty of fat and moderate protein, your body won’t go into ketosis without keeping your carbs very low. Ideally, you should keep your carbs below 30 grams per day on Healthy Keto.

A single bagel has 48 grams of net carbs (50g carbs – 2g fiber = 48g net carbs).

Without fiber, your blood sugar levels spike much more quickly. The lower the fiber, the higher a food is on the glycemic index.

A raw potato, while full of carbs, will not spike your blood sugar levels as quickly as cooked potatoes, chips, fries, or even a bagel. Heat and processing break down the starch and makes it more easily absorbed, which causes a faster spike in blood sugars.

Here are some ingredients you should avoid in products marketed as “keto-friendly.”
• Dextrose
• Maltodextrin
• IMO (isomaltooligosaccharides)
• Corn syrup
• Sugar (including raw sugar)
• Tapioca
• Fructose
• Coconut sugar
• Agave nectar
• Honey
• Maple syrup
• Molasses

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#1 Most Addictive Food

#1 Most Addictive Food

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Can you guess what the #1 most addictive food in the world is?

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0:00 The #1 most addictive food
1:10 The least addictive foods
1:35 Keto-friendly pizza and other alternatives
2:13 What to know about food addiction
4:07 What to do for addiction
4:50 Share your success story!

I believe the #1 most addictive food is pizza. Pizza is a refined carbohydrate. It will spike your dopamine, stimulating your reward centers and giving you pleasure.

The most addictive foods:
1. Pizza
2. Chocolate
3. Chips
4. Cookies
5. Ice cream
6. French fries
7. Cheeseburgers

The least addictive foods:
1. Cucumbers
2. Carrots
3. Broccoli
4. Water

It’s important to note that there are fantastic keto-friendly versions of many of your favorite foods, including pizza, chocolate, chips, cookies, ice cream, French fries, and more.

Dopamine is the key neurotransmitter that you want to boost. If you are addicted to anything, I believe it’s important to try to increase your dopamine from things other than what you’re addicted to.

What you can try to help increase dopamine and fight addiction:
• Exercise
• Vitamin D (20,000 IUs per day)
• Fasting (regular intermittent fasting and periodic prolonged fasting)

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Dr. Berg, age 56, 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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A1C is a Good Predictor of Many Diseases

A1C is a Good Predictor of Many Diseases

A1C is a Good Predictor of Many Diseases

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0:00 What is A1C?
1:38 High A1C and disease
3:40 How to improve A1C
5:09 Share your success story!

A1C is a really good predictor of all sorts of diseases. An A1C test is a test that gives you feedback on your average blood sugars over 2-3 months. It measures glycated hemoglobin. Glucose that has stuck to the protein in red blood cells creates glycated hemoglobin. The quantity of sugar and protein combining together will raise your A1C.

In my opinion, the A1C test is better than a one-time glucose test because it tells you what’s happening over a period of time. I also believe that high A1C is basically caused by a high-carb diet.

There are many disease processes that can occur when you have high A1C. This is because high sugar can create a lot of oxidation and problems with all sorts of tissues.

But, there are four main tissues that high glucose effects:
1. Combination of the brain and nervous system
2. The kidneys
3. The eyes
4. The arteries

How to help improve A1C:
• Reduce complications from glycation (take fat-soluble vitamin B1 in the form of benfotiamine)
• Reduce carbs
• Reduce frequency of eating (intermittent fasting)

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Dr. Berg, age 56, 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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Carbs Are the Most Important Fuel Source: REALLY?

Carbs Are the Most Important Fuel Source: REALLY?

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There’s an important misconception regarding carbohydrates that needs to be cleared up. Check this out!

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0:00 What is the most important fuel source?
1:45 Does the body need to run on glucose?
5:02 Share your success story!

Today let’s talk about an important misconception about carbs. Various articles and books will say that carbs are the body’s most important source of fuel.

In my opinion, we should be asking what fuel source gives the body the most health. If the body is supposed to live on glucose, and other fuel sources aren’t natural, and they’re just used as a backup, why is there such a massive problem with diabetes worldwide?

Diabetes is a situation where they have dysfunctional insulin, so they can’t regulate glucose. Insulin is either dysfunctional or there isn’t enough insulin to take the glucose out of the blood. Now, there is a higher level of glucose in the blood. Both of these things can occur when you have high levels of glucose or carbohydrates in the diet.

If the body likes carbohydrates, then why is everyone becoming a diabetic? Also, why do so many health problems clear up when you switch fuel sources from carbohydrates and glucose to fat and ketones? I believe the body is naturally designed to run on ketones, not glucose.

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Diabetic’s High Sugar Coming From Another Source

Diabetic’s High Sugar Coming From Another Source

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0:00 Why is my blood sugar high?
0:20 What is gluconeogenesis?
1:17 The body doesn’t need much sugar
2:25 Why does the body make so much sugar?
2:53 What you could do
4:22 Bulletproof your immune system *free course!

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Of course, dietary sugar can raise your blood sugar, but something else can do it too. In fact, it’s pretty significant. It’s called gluconeogenesis.

Gluconeogenesis means that your body is generating new glucose from non-carbohydrate sources. Your body can make new sugar from fat or protein. High blood sugar is not just about dietary sugar. Your body makes sugar from other things.

The amount of sugar in your blood is significantly coming from gluconeogenesis. Diabetics have enhanced gluconeogenesis. So, your liver and your kidneys are making a lot of sugar, which raises your blood sugar.

It’s important to keep in mind that the body doesn’t need much sugar. There are very few parts of the body that are dependent on sugar. Everything else can live on other sources of fuel, like fatty acid and ketones.

The body has the ability to make the sugar that it needs. We don’t need to get sugar or carbohydrates from the diet. However, we do need dietary fiber, which is considered a carbohydrate.

If you’re a diabetic, your body is making too much sugar because insulin isn’t working correctly in your body. Even though there might be high levels of insulin in the blood, the insulin is dysfunctional because of insulin resistance. Insulin isn’t doing its job, which is to keep gluconeogenesis in check.

The real problem is insulin resistance. This is what’s causing the high levels of sugar in your blood. I believe the best thing to do would be to focus on fixing your insulin resistance. This could potentially help your body make less sugar and improve your blood sugar levels. In my opinion, the best way to improve insulin resistance is to do the Healthy Keto diet and intermittent fasting.

What if you’ve already started the ketogenic diet and intermittent fasting, and you’re seeing improvements, but you still have high blood sugar? Your body is likely still in the process of dealing with your insulin resistance. It takes time to reverse insulin resistance. The key is to not give up, stay consistent, and know what’s really going on.

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Dr. Berg, age 56, 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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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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Dr. Berg, age 56, 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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Diet Soda can Cause a Fatty Liver

Diet Soda can Cause a Fatty Liver

Diet Soda can Cause a Fatty Liver

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0:00 Diet Soda Can Cause a Fatty Liver
0:10 The effects of aspartame
1:30 Foods that contain aspartame
1:53 Key takeaways
2:05 How to bulletproof your immune system (free course)

In this video, we’re going to talk about why diet soda can cause a fatty liver.

Aspartame is an artificial sweetener in most diet sodas that can cause many health problems.

The byproducts of aspartame in the body are phenylalanine, aspartic acid, and methanol. Methanol then turns into formaldehyde. Together, methanol and formaldehyde deplete your glutathione.

Glutathione is one of the primary antioxidants that protect your body. It protects the brain and liver and promotes detoxification.

The depletion of glutathione when drinking diet soda happens in your liver, red blood cells, and brain. In turn, many problems can happen, including:
• Increased liver enzymes ALT and AST
• Hyperglycemia
• Liver lesions
• Liver inflammation
• Liver necrosis
• Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

Additionally, diet soda can alter your gut microbiome, which can lead to many other health issues on its own.

In summary, if you are drinking diet sodas with aspartame, make sure you switch to a healthier sweetener like stevia.

Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio:
Dr. Berg, age 56, 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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How to Rid Your Addiction….I’m Sorry, I Meant Cravings

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Are your cravings getting in the way of your success on keto? Here’s how to get rid of cravings on keto.

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0:00 Cravings on keto
2:03 The problem with cravings
4:05 A few causes of cravings
7:39 Difference between a craving and an addiction
8:03 Bulletproof your immune system *free course!

Today we’re going to talk about how to get rid of cravings. This is important because if you have cravings, you’re going to have a hard time sticking with keto.

A tiny group of cells in the hypothalamus control appetite and the feeling of being satisfied from foods. Information from your sight, smell, taste, and stomach goes to this center. Based on what’s happening, it will send signals down to the body, letting it know you’ve had enough food or when you should start eating.

Various hormones play a part in this. For example, leptin tells the brain it’s time to stop eating, and ghrelin tells the brain it’s time to start eating.

Other sensors regulate glucose, amino acids, vitamins, and other nutrients. Based on how many nutrients you’re consuming, the information will go into the brain and tell the body what to crave to get certain nutrients.

However, when you crave certain nutrients, your body isn’t always going to crave what it actually needs, like kale, for example. Instead, it may crave things that don’t even have that nutrient in it.

Often, people crave carbs. One reason might be because they’re low in B vitamins. But, when people consume refined carbs, they’re getting empty calories. They’re also triggering insulin, and they won’t feel satisfied. Junk food can also give people an artificial good sensation that makes them crave these foods.

It’s a trap because refined carbs raise insulin and can cause insulin resistance. When you have insulin resistance, the body can’t absorb nutrients. Now, you’re going to want certain foods and never feel satisfied. This keeps the cravings there and keeps you hungry.

A few different things that can cause cravings:
• Insulin resistance
• Empty calories
• Low bile
• Consuming too many carbs
• Low blood sugar
• A lack of nutrient-dense foods
• Too many triggers in the environment
• Food enhancers (like MSG)

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Are you addicted to carbs? Here’s what you can do.

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0:00 Once I start eating carbs, I can’t stop
0:22 Why carbohydrates are addictive
2:18 Best remedies for a carb addiction
5:30 How to bulletproof your immune system course

In this video, we’re going to talk about why once you start eating carbs, you can’t stop.

If you’re someone who wants to start keto, but you just can’t seem to cut out the carbohydrates, this video is for you.

Carbohydrates are highly addictive. We are conditioned as children to feed a carb addiction—most children consume large amounts of sugar daily. Sugars and refined grains are added to baby food, cereal, candy, and virtually all processed foods.

Carbs are so addictive because they trigger two hormones: dopamine and serotonin. These are pleasure and happiness hormones.

Over time, an addiction to carbs becomes stronger and stronger.

So what can you do to break a carb addiction? Take a look.

#1. Stop eating immediately – The first thing you should do is start fasting. This will kick start ketosis, which is when your body burns fat as fuel instead of glucose (sugar). This will begin to heal your neurotransmitter receptors that are triggering intense carb cravings.

#2. Exercise – This will further increase your fat-burning and allow you to get rid of any excess glucose in your system.

#3. Avoid triggers – Get rid of all carbohydrates and sugars in the house, avoid images of food (like commercials or unhealthy recipe books), don’t go to restaurants with unhealthy foods, avoid food smells that cause cravings, etc.

#4. Take B vitamins – All B vitamins are important for lessening the addiction to carbs—especially vitamin B1. Using nutritional yeast is a great way to get your B vitamins.

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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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
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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

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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