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so dr. oz likes intermittent fasting this is really good news you might be thinking on dr. oz typical dr. oz sellout bigwig whatever well it’s good that he’s talking positive about internet fasting because that’s getting a lot of attention to the subject and I’m talking about one particular episode that dr. oz did where he had a guest that had immense success with intermittent fasting on and they talked about how it works and how it works in terms of working out in a fasted state and how it works in terms of skipping breakfast it was all very positive stuff but in typical dr. oz fashion it was a very superficial simplified video and that’s great because it gets the point across but I think you deserve to have this more solid understanding of what’s happening inside the body so that you can get the utmost success and have the utmost results right so we need to know what is happening inside your body so we’re gonna base this whole topic on what was talked about in dr. Oz’s episode and we’re gonna break it down and how it really works in your body so we’re not going to do that I first have to explain kind of what went on in this episode hey I do want to make sure you hit that red subscribe button and then please do hit that Bell icon so you can see the videos that were posted on just about every single day all right let’s go ahead and dive into this so he had this guest on I’m dr. Michael Mosley now dr. Michael Mosley was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes and the only way that he really ended up having success with curbing his diabetes and somewhat correcting it was through intermittent fasting so he explains how he had struggled with low fat diets and different diets before but intermittent fasting took the weight off and helped him out with insulin resistance very common thing it was sort of the case for me too when I lost weight now one of the big things that they did in this topic was they went over to these test tubes and these test tubes they had red liquid in them and blue liquid and basically it was just an oversimplification to demonstrate how when you workout in a fasted state you’re burning straight body fat and when you work out in a fed state you have to burn through the food first before you ever tap into the fat stores again it’s an oversimplification but I’ve used this sort of analogy before okay it’s simple but it does get the point across that you burn more fat when you’re in a fasted state okay so that was great but in this video that I’m doing I’m gonna break down what’s actually happening inside your body rather than just showing it with an oversimplification so stick around cuz we’re gonna talk about that in a minute the other thing that they addressed was some of the myths surrounding skipping breakfast and this is great but they really only touched lightly on them see he referenced a New England Journal of Medicine study that was designed to literally debunk some of these breakfast myths so he touched on them briefly dr. Mosley mentioned that this study found that skipping breakfast and eating breakfast literally had no change on someone’s overall weight loss like it didn’t matter and then he referenced another study that talked about how it all depended on what your baseline was and what that really means it wasn’t explained really well was if you or someone that normally would eat a big voluptuous breakfast and then all of a sudden you stopped having breakfast you might have bigger results than someone that maybe just had a small bowl of cereal and a cup of coffee and then started skipping breakfast the results varied widely but what he didn’t go into detail with was why this is actually happening and it all has to do with the fact that when you remain fasted you have an elevation of different hormones that force your body into burning fat for fuel mainly adrenaline and epinephrine you see fasting and being fasted is a stressful situation and what that means is you have stress hormones that are released and these stress hormones like adrenaline norepinephrine and even cortisol mobilize fat in the moment that you eat breakfast you stop that so it’s not just about the calorie piece of the equation it’s more about the consistency and allowing your body to sort of adapt to de-stress which I’ll talk about a little bit more now the other thing that they mentioned in this episode was a slowed metabolism dr. Michael Mosley talked about how intermittent fasting doesn’t not slow the metabolism and he compared it to a starvation study where they did see the metabolism slowed this warrants a better explanation because I just don’t think it was really given enough attention so the study that they referenced was something called the Minnesota starvation study and it was done in 1944 to try to help figure out how they could refeed civilians that were starving during the war right so they wanted to figure out okay these people aren’t going to be eating much how do we refill them without messing them up so what they did is they restricted calories aggressively and have these guys eat only 1800 calories per day okay and they had them walk a lot to the point where they were burning a thousand calories more than what they were taking in so of course they lost weight that was the goal but at the end of six months they had lost 25% of their total body weight and their metabolisms had slowed down significantly so a lot of people have used this study as evidence against intermittent fasting because they say well if you continually reduce calories then you’re going to end up slowing your metabolism down yes you will but that’s not the point intermittent fasting the point intermittent fasting is to still get a decent amount of calories in but you’re allocating it to a different time of the day you’re just elevating a stress response in your body while you’re fasting so your body is forced to burn fat if you just reduce calories then your body’s just going to adjust to that the whole goal with intermittent fasting is not to have a massive caloric restriction but to have periods of time where your body has no choice but to tap into your stored body fat so that’s what wasn’t really explained super super well so you’re still enjoying foods you like you’re still enjoying those things you’re just having them allocated to a different period of time rather than restricting calories throughout the whole day being starving all the time you’re starving for a little bit of time but then you get to eat a lot of the good foods which by the way you should be eating the right kinds of foods and that’s a whole different topic for another day but I did create what is called a fasting bundle through thrive market so thrive market is an online membership based in grocery store so you can get like all your groceries and things like that online delivered to your doorstep but what’s really cool about thrive market is I’ve partnered with them to create fasting bundles and keto bundles so I go grocery shopping and say this is what I would recommend this is what I think is good and I put it in a box and Tomas’s you know fasting box and then it’s open to the public so I went ahead and put a link down below for you to check out thrive market that way you can hop on over there after this video is done and get my thrive fasting bundle if you want to or you can also just check out you know different groceries and check out things you want to give them thrive and have them delivered to your doorstep anyhow I digress but I want to be able to share that with you so check it out after the video all right let’s go ahead and with keep rockin so what I want to do with the rest of this video is give you a very clear understanding of what’s happening literally with fat burning when you’re in that fasted State and you go for a walk or you go to the gym or anything like that this is going to help you out a lot and it’s gonna give you some fun facts to talk about with your friends and family before I do get into the studies let me mention really quick we’re expanding into the space next door to expand our studio and they’re doing a little bit of construction over there so if you hear a little bit of scraping or hear a little bit of banging we’re not gonna stop we’re not gonna cut we’re just gonna let it roll it’s happening all day but just bear with it just a little bit just because we’re growing try and bring you more content anyhow okay so the British Journal of nutrition published a study took a look at 12 individuals in these 12 individuals they divided into two groups with both groups they said you guys are gonna work out at 10:00 a.m. in the morning but one group is going to be fasted and the other group is going to have breakfast a little bit before we want to see who ends up with better results well here’s what’s while they after they worked out they had both groups consume a protein shake and then a little bit later they had them consume a large meal and they let them eat until they were full they said you just eat as much as you can as much as you want until you’re full here’s what while the fasted group the group that worked out fasted did not eat any more than the other group so that just goes to show from a psychological standpoint and from a satiation standpoint they didn’t overeat they didn’t rebound because they skipped breakfast they eat the same amount so they ended up just missing out on the calories from breakfast which caused them to burn some fat it’s kind of cool but the even cooler result of this is that those that ended up training in a fasted state burned 20% more fat that is really profound and really powerful but that doesn’t really answer what’s happening in our body so let’s take a look at another study was published in the Journal of applied physiology that gets a little bit more granular and a little bit more fun so this study took a look at 20 subjects also divided into two groups both groups ate an isocaloric diet which means that they ate enough calories just to maintain their weight and both groups ate the same amount okay so it was you caloric and isocaloric meaning they didn’t try to gain weight they didn’t try to lose weight they just ate at maintenance okay one group trained in a fasted state and one group trained in a fed state and they did this for six weeks training four days per week so it became a true lifestyle habit well they found at the end of the six weeks that the group that trained in the fasted State ended up burning a lot more of water called their intro Maya cellular triglycerides or intra Maya cellular lipids I’ll explain what that is in a second hey they ended up reducing that from 18% to 6% now what is that so inside our muscles we have little droplets of fat and they are called intra Maya cellular lipids complicated name for just basically small droplets of fat that get burned whenever we’re having activity or working out well it turns out when you’re in a fasted State you recruit those intra Maya cellular lipids for energy much more so when we see a reduction from 18% to 6% it means that our body is sucking those fats out for fuel making you leaner and more toned but the interesting thing is it’s like a staging area and I’ve talked about this in many other videos but if you have a bunch of fat around your midsection that’s like your main fat deposit and then it moves over to the muscle after that and it gets in these little droplets once you burn through those droplets it pulls from the bigger stores and turns those into droplets and it’s a cycle right we’ll eventually you have very little fat left so it starts in your belly then it goes to the muscle and then it’s burned if we have a reduction of 18 percent to 6 percent that’s a huge huge decrease in the fat that’s stored in our muscles which means that is a huge increase in the fat that’s getting pulled from your belly and from your adipose tissue that is what’s happening inside your body and that does not happen when you’re in a fed state only happens when you’re in a fasted state and it all has to do with some fun little thing called hormone sensitive lipase which has to do with the spike in adrenaline that we get so again being in a fasted State spikes our adrenaline it spikes our stress hormones which drives up this hormone sensitive lipase which allows us to burn fat every time we eat we spike our insulin up every time we don’t eat our insulin comes back down to baseline we burn fat based on a ratio of how high our adrenaline is with how low our insulin is so if we work out and we’re fasted and we can Jack our adrenaline up really high because when you worked out you Jack it up to get that adrenaline way up there then you get that insulin low by not eating that ratio is what dictates how much fat you burn and that is what dr. oz and dr. Mosley didn’t mention and maybe they just didn’t have time but anyhow this is just a good expansion of it so dr. oz likes intermittent fasting that’s great for the public now you can like it too and really implement what you need to implement to get the best results possible dad’s always keep it locked in here in my channel I’ll see you in the next video
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What Does Dr. Oz think of Intermittent Fasting? – Thomas DeLauer
It’s pretty awesome that Dr. Oz discusses intermitting fasting on his show as it really shines a light on the incredible health benefits of IF. This video touches upon one video in particular that Dr. Oz made in which he brings on a guest, Dr. Michael Mosley, to articulate how fasted training burns more fat than fed training!
It was an awesome video, but I felt that there was a little bit more that needed explaining. So I’m going to break down Dr. Oz’s video and expand upon certain points so you can truly understand the benefits of fasted training. Enjoy and I’ll see you in the comments!
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