Lean (Low Fat) Meat on Keto? No, No!

Lean (Low Fat) Meat on Keto? No, No!

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so today we’re going to talk about lean meat or lean protein low-fat protein on keto not a good idea now what’s amazing to me is how hard they will push this low-fat lean protein on people eat your skinless chicken breasts and your turkey bacon and you’re gonna be so healthy now there’s some interesting data on certain expeditions in the Arctic where all they have to eat is rabbit okay and there’s a condition called protein starvation another name for it is rabbit starvation or fat starvation and when they’re talking about protein starvation they’re talking about starving from other nutrients because you’re only eating lean protein but rabbit has a percent fat okay so it’s very very lean beef by the way has 32% fat and skinless chicken breast is 11 percent fat so it’s extremely lean well this condition creates a series of side effects one is diarrhea headaches fatigue low blood pressure slow pulse rate and a hunger that cannot be satisfied by consuming more protein and even in certain survival manuals it talks about refraining from consuming rabbit if it’s the only food that is available okay it’s better to eat nothing at all because it’s actually even killed people so anytime you’re consuming protein and keto consume it as a whole food okay it comes with the fat don’t take the skin off try to get sardines with the skin on don’t go low-fat and there’s some other interesting things about low-fat protein especially when you get an ultra low like zero fat as in whey protein powder there’s something called the insulin index it’s different than the glycemic index the glycemic index has to do with all the carbohydrates that stimulate insulin the insulin index has to do with all the non carbohydrate foods that will trigger insulin alright and whey is at the top of the list weight is just not a natural product they remove all the fat and it also takes certain nutrients to metabolize protein so if you’re consuming too lean of a protein and you’re not adding enough fat you can create all sorts of vitamin and mineral deficiencies another thing you should know is something that relates to bile that’s made from the liver that’s stored in the gallbladder you need vile to help you absorb all the fat soluble vitamins what triggers bile is fat if you’re going lean especially lean protein you can not only dry up the bile but you can increase your risk of gall stones being in practice for 29 years I’ve ran into quite a few people who are on a low-fat high-protein diet weight-loss program okay so they’re doing these protein powders that are really extremely low fat and I noticed a certain percentage of them have a gallbladder problems gallbladder attacks gall stones it’s one lady did this diet down the street from some doctor who put her on this powdered protein low-fat mix okay that’s all she consumed for taking like six months she ended up with a condition where she had to remove the gallbladder and then she end up with constant burping to the point where as driving her husband crazy burping and belching is a gallbladder symptoms so even if you have the gallbladder out this doesn’t mean the problem is solved it just means you don’t have now have the sack that holds the bile and you’re gonna have a bile deficiency so you could still have very similar symptoms that you had with golf stones even without the gall butter because now you don’t have the capacity to store and concentrate the bile that is needed for your brain for your nervous system for the cell membranes for the endocrine system for your immune system and I’m also talking about cholesterol as well I mean look at how many symptoms a person gets when they get in a statin drug when they’re blocking the production of cholesterol so what you want to make sure you have in your diet is the fattiest fish that you can find the fattiest meat that you can find don’t get the lean protein the lean dairy get the protein of fat in their whole form thanks for watching hey if you’re liking this content please subscribe now and I will actually keep you updated on future videos

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In this video, I want to talk to you about lean meat or low-fat protein on a ketogenic diet plan and why it is NOT a good idea. 

Consuming lean protein could cause protein starvation. Anytime you’re consuming protein on the keto, consume it as a whole food (with the fat). 

Examples of lean protein:
• Skinless Chicken Breast 
• Turkey Bacon 

Protein starvation symptoms: 
• Diarrhea 
• Headaches 
• Fatigue 
• Low Blood Pressure 
• Slow Pulse Rate 
• Hunger – Can’t be satisfied with protein 

The truth about ultra low-fat protein:

• Whey protein is not a natural product. All of the fat has been removed. 

• It takes certain nutrients to metabolize protein—consuming lean protein could create nutritional deficiencies. 

• Fat triggers bile. So if you’re not consuming enough fat, bile will dry up, and it will increase the risk of gallstones. 

• Fat is important for the brain, nerves, cell membrane, endocrine system, and immune system. 

• Fatty fish/meat is the best protein source.

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