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https://www.youtube.com/embed/Dan8qtgQRi8 Recently, low carb diets, intermittent fasting and even prolonged fasting have become very popular and they all have something in common. They move you towards entering the state of ketosis. Ketosis is a state where your body is running primarily on fat, fat from your diet or your body. Ketogenesis is when Fats are broken down into something called ketones. These ketones (or ketone bodies) are usually thought of as an alternate fuel source, because instead of glucose, ketones are used to power most tissues as well as the brain.Sustaining ketosis means restricting protein to less than 20% of your calories and carbs to less than 5% Unfortunately, there seems to be a lot of confusion around ketones, most people have been taught that ketosis is a dangerous unnatural state that appears only during starvation or in diabetics… So with this video I’d like to clear up some misunderstandings…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/5-uvRchrb-E Okay the bottom line is these blood ketone strips are expensive and we don't want to be wasting them. There are several times during the day when testing will give you misleading readings. By the end of this video, you're going to know when you should be testing when you shouldn't be testing and how often you need to be testing in order to get an accurate picture of your ketone levels. Let's get started Hey Carbdodgers! My name is Dr. Dan Maggs thanks for visiting my channel where I help people achieve long-term sustainable weight loss through low carb real food nutrition. I struggle with my weight pretty much my entire life until about 2016 when I went from officially obese to a normal way, in just over six months and I've maintained it ever since. And I'd love to show you how to do the same. I…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/YYi2bLRYAjs [Music] 100% with you on exotic intents being a fourth macronutrient cos fat is not the same as ketones and like especially like when now we see science that skeletal muscle tissue has the ability to use free fatty acids not even ketones in highly conditioned fat adapted people so it just goes to show that some cells will preferentially use free fatty acids and some will use ketones which leads us to honestly believe that they're not equal they're not one in the same so don't look at fats as ketones like they are different right and I think we'll start to see more evidence later on that's just like there's probably different sub bodies of ketones to be couple with us but then obviously we know PHP you see two acetate a stem whatever but I'm sure it's gonna go further than that welcome to the HB…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/qUqz8aPOHDc Benefits of a 24-hour fast once per week, if you want to lose some weight, but you don’t want to stop eating all your favorite foods, maybe fasting for 24 hours once a week can help you reach your weight loss goals while still allowing you to eat all Your favourite food in this video, when they go over a protocol that you can follow hello, everyone, my name is Mike Cola and I’ve been a fitness trainer and gym owner for over 30 years. And if this is your first time here – and you really want to improve your fitness, health and nutrition along with me, hit that subscribe button along with the bell indicator, so you never miss one of my videos. Okay, let’s get right on topic. What are the benefits of fasting for 24 hours once a week? Ok, first, let’s say, for example,…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/rQsMRjAwcFo #1Welcome to the Diet Doctor podcast. Today it is my pleasure to be joined by Dr. Jason Fung, from the IDM program. Now Jason has been revolutionary in his use of intermittent fasting to treat obesity and to treat diabetes and in this discussion we cover a lot of that but we take it a little bit further and you get to hear Jason's perspective about how other diseases such as cancer, polycystic ovary syndrome and even little hints at longevity, how they can all be related to a similar process of too much insulin. And we talk about where the levels of evidence exist for this and how we can kind of approach patients both with and without the evidence.I hope there's a lot of take home messages that you can take away from this interview to see how you can implement them in your lives, if you're…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/rQsMRjAwcFo #1Welcome to the Diet Doctor podcast. Today it is my pleasure to be joined by Dr. Jason Fung, from the IDM program. Now Jason has been revolutionary in his use of intermittent fasting to treat obesity and to treat diabetes and in this discussion we cover a lot of that but we take it a little bit further and you get to hear Jason's perspective about how other diseases such as cancer, polycystic ovary syndrome and even little hints at longevity, how they can all be related to a similar process of too much insulin. And we talk about where the levels of evidence exist for this and how we can kind of approach patients both with and without the evidence.I hope there's a lot of take home messages that you can take away from this interview to see how you can implement them in your lives, if you're…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/APZCfmgzoS0 Breakfast of heroes, What is the difference between eating less food and not eating any food? Well, let’s look at two different situations. In 1944, a Minnesota study called Famine. The experiment was conducted and designed To understand the effects of caloric restriction on the body in order to gain some knowledge That would help people starve in the aftermath of World War. 2. Thirty, six healthy men with an average height of 178cm about five feet. Ten and average 69 3 kg or 153 pounds For three months they ate 3 200 calories per day, Then for six months they only ate 1 570 calories. However, calories were adjusted to try to have men lose 1 1 kg per week. I mean some men got less than 1 000 calories a day. The foods were given high in carbohydrates, things like potatoes, turnip, bread and pasta. Meat and…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/nsjfUZAX7wA [Title Music] Hi Guys, welcome back to my channel Vibrant Varsha. In today’s video, I am going to share with you Intermittent Fasting for Weight Loss – Full Day Diet Plan If you are new to my channel, then please subscribe and press the bell icon, so that you can get my latest video updates. If you are a beginner to Intermittent Fasting – don’t jump directly to diet 16:8 ratio That means – 8 hours of eating and 16 hours of fasting. In the beginning, you can be flexible with time restriction feeding – keep 10 hours window for eating, and 14 hours of fasting. or keep 12 hours window for eating and 12 hours for fasting. Initially, you start with this and slowly shift to 16:8 cycle. The diet plan which I am going to share with you is tried & tested.This diet plan is very effective…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/xrZMYVDcjZI – I’ve seen your request, I’ve read your comments so here we go, intermittent fasting. – I am dying to talk to you about this. – I eat for eight hours, and I fast for 16. – I can feel the difference. – Before we get into the pros and cons, and if you should do it, let’s talk about what intermittent fasting actually is. Human fasting is not a new concept by any means. Humans have been doing it for a millennia. Intermittent fasting is just a rebranding of something that we have already been doing. Our bodies enter a fasting state every time we’re asleep. Some people do intermittent fasting and not even know it. I mean, there’s plenty of times where I had a stressful rotation in medical school, or a difficult job in the hospital, where I didn’t have time to eat breakfast. That’s a…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/_Oi58vSb54s Investing in an intermittent fasting guide and schedule. That is what We are going over today in The Dry Eye Show. I’m Dr. Travis Zigler and I’m Dr. Jenna Zigler Let us dive right into what is intermittent fasting? A lot of you might have heard of intermittent fasting. We are going to go over that today and exactly what it is and some of the potential benefits It is really tough to pinpoint an exact definition for intermittent fasting because there are so many different ways that you can intermittently fast and we are going to go over some of those a little bit later but basically intermittent fasting is described as eating on a set schedule while fasting or not eating for certain prolonged periods of time It is generally considered fine while you are fasting to have water or unsweetened coffee or tea but other than…