Whole 360 diet plan side effects

What is Whole30? The Whole30 diet is the brainchild of Dallas and Melissa Hartwig. So just who are these Hartwig people and where do they get off telling you to give up your protein bars and Diet Coke?

For more information on the Whole30 diet, check out our article on it here. People do Whole30 for different reasons. I completed my first Whole30 because I like a challenge mainly, but also because I wanted to lose some weight and get more on track with my health.

Weight loss is a great goal and completing a Whole30 will certainly help you reach that goal. However, there may be more reasons to do Whole30 than you realize. The Hartwigs refer to these as non-scale victories – victories that go way beyond just losing a few pounds or feeling a little better.

Skin, Hair and Nails Photo by Milada Vigerova One of the most unexpected side effects of my first Whole30 was how lovely my skin looked after three weeks or so of no junk. In fact, my skin was almost…glowing. Any acne or small bumps were all but cleared up. My hair was full and shiny.

Remember your teenage years when your parents told you to skip out on the chocolate to avoid a breakout? They describe it much better than I can, but essentially, you will fall faster asleep, stay asleep longer and wake up easier while completing your Whole Set your alarm clock and wait for the magic to happen. However, one of the biggest rules is that you cannot weigh yourself at all during the 30 day period. This is since the Whole30 program was never designed as a weight loss tool.

Is that one of the many advantages of pumping your body filled with quality food for 30 days? But the Hartwigs really push people to focus more on learning to break unhealthy habits with food and how to nourish their body properly and less on eating well to lose weight.

Think of it this way – that late afternoon Diet Coke and candy bar are like a firecracker – a quick and extreme burst of energy followed by a period of regret and astonishment that you still enjoy this sort of stuff. On the other hand, a high quality meal – a lean meat with some yummy veggies for example, is more like an oil-burning lamp.

Slow, consistent and steady. The afternoon gym No more yawning at your desk or skipping. See how we tend to use our feelings to make decisions when it comes to eating food?

With Whole30, not only do you discover ways to recognize that sort of nonsense, but you start learning how to control it also. But hopefully by the end of the first month you will begin to recognize other ways to have fun. You can here check out their testimonials. Do you live with the symptoms of a chronic disease? Increase Your Fertility.

Sugar causes inflammation. In turn, they have been able to conceive after years of failed IVF treatments. Because of these kinds of success stories, the Hartwigs have developed the Healthy Mama now, Happy Baby handbook, which provides safe guidelines for pregnant women doing Whole30, specifically to reduce discomfort while stimulating a healthy and safe pregnancy for child and mother.

Scientists are currently studying the link between your gut health and your brain health. People like AJ, who successfully learned to manage her anxiety through Whole30agree that there is a definite link between what goes in your mouth and what goes on in your head.

Whole 360 diet plan side effects

105 thoughts on “Whole 360 diet plan side effects

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:48
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  • 08.04.2020 at 13:48
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    Well in most Asian country keto diet is really hard to follow because most of the main food are carbs rich like rice and noodles. But guess what? Obesity is not very common in asia unlike western countries, which also makes asian people has a longer live expectancy. The study just proves that you dont need diet full of fat to stay lean, healthier, and live longer. so I absolutely agree with her point about the study.

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:48
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    They say you are what you eat. I’ll eat meat to be a little piggy then to be a vegetable after 80.

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:49
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    4 year is not much

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:49
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    You are shocking! You’re only a year two and yet believe you are qualified enough to lecture on this and give out BIG sensational and incorrect headline! I’ve just read the entire Lancet paper and your understanding and claims are rubbish. There are SO many unknown influences and factors that it even acknowledges the results are based solely on suppositions and answers to high level questionnaires. When the study was started no one had even known of the term keto.
    You should NOT take statements out of context.
    I pity your patients if that’s how you review their illnesses.

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:49
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    I have been on the Atkins diet since 1996. One thing I quickly figured out is that very few people ever ate anything comparable to my diet. So I concluded that studies really do not apply to me. A low carb diet of 40% really is not low carb. So how is this study relevant to me?

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:49
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    Animal keto kills, vegan keto doesnt. Two completely different diets.

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:49
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    Who wants to live an extra four years with a smaller brain😔

    • 08.04.2020 at 13:56
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      @huisvader mines isnt too large either, thankfully 😊

    • 08.04.2020 at 14:11
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      My brain is already peanut size

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:50
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    Im sorry doctor, myself and many friends have used keto and intermittent fasting to achieve life changing results. Weve lost serious amounts of fat whilst boosting our health which is a win win

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:50
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    I mean if I die I’ll die skinny

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:51
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    Or just go in a calorie deficit and eat food you enjoy… just less of it… reducing your bodyfat already increases your life span by alot. I hate fad diets and I wish people would just stop complicating health and fitness so much!

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:51
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    So Ill miss out on the drooling years…..

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:51
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    Why should I listen to you ??? You belong to the pharmaceutical companies, you are not properly educated . You are educated to confuse people , make them sick , and take advantage of them

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:51
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    It helped a lot, thank you!

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:52
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    They might cover correlation Vs causation in your third year. They wont, but they might. And they should.

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:52
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    You say low carb <40% was just as bad as high carb >70%. But what else did these two group consume? I guess Ill check the journal out.

    Edit: I just finished reading the Lancet study, and it says people who eat a low carb (<40%) are substituting it with either animal fat/protein OR plant fat/protein. The former will result in early mortality, while the later will allow you to live a healthier life. So, I guess thats a go for #veganism 😀

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:52
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    So why are not esential carbs?

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:52
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    My favorite part of ketosis is increased brain function! Wow! The increase in BDNF, brain derived neurotrophic factor – is like miracle grow for your brain, and its amazing! The brain likes glucose, but it LOVES ketones! My second favorite thing is increased energy. Being insulin resistant, burning carbs was like burning kindling – fast and fierce, and then crash and smolder. But with keto, its like putting a log on the fire and having long steady energy. My third favorite reason for keto is no more sugar and carb cravings! Fifth, we know that cancers thrive on sugar, so Im happy to not be contributing something that could enhance that. 6th – Activating autophagy through intermittent fasting is pretty cool! Im 60, and feel better than ever! 7th – Oh yeah, the weight loss…that wasnt so important to me when I started. Ive always been athletic – and had a bit of tummy, and had accumulated some padding – but now Im a lean machine!
    Ideally, you want to keep your carbs well below 40%, for sure!
    Go clean keto – not cheap dirty keto.
    Be the science! Feel the science! Feel the autophagy! Feel the BDNF!

    *@*

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:52
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    All the keto people on here getting real upset that their fad diet isnt the healthiest thing in the world lol.

    In the end it isnt hard to figure out what is healthy. Mainly plant based diet with healthy fats and proteins and moderate your sugar intake.

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:52
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    Nothing from this study can be extrapolated to be used as an indicator of plant based keto is better for vitality than normal animal fat keto.

    Not a useful video, especially titling it related to keto.

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:52
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    I’d like to know what kind of animal based proteins these people were eating. There’s a massive difference between a steak, and a highly processed gas station pepperoni stick.

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:53
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    heres a real review:

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:53
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    You have a bias. Youve decided what to believe, considered that one ridiculous research that supports what you want to believe and ignored actual research that shows the benefits of keto but doesnt support what you want to believe, which is plant based diets are better. Irresponsible and misleading video.

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:53
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    40% carbs is as bad as 70% carbs…. you dont get any benefits unless its 5-10% carbs. In fact fast food is normally 40% carb, 40% fat, 20% protein…..just saying.

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:54
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    nah! its a big fat lie. Im on keto and intermittent fasting for a 1& half years. i lost weight from 90 to 67 kg. and dropped my blood pressure to normal. my stamina and cardio improves with less exercise and im 53 years old. so cut the crap will ya!

    • 08.04.2020 at 14:00
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      Congratulations on your success. 😄

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:54
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    Custon keto diet

    weightlossketonow.wordpress.com

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:55
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    That Lancet study has been thoroughly exposed for the bs that it is. Maybe you wont be that good at being a doctor, youre off to a bad start.

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:55
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    Take home message. Not enough information to prove shit.

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:55
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    keep your studies pls

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:55
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    Chiropractors aren’t real doctors. Nice try

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:55
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    So do Inuits (strictly keto most of their lives) die earlier than any other populations that feed on plants? If they dont then this study is debunked whithout even having to look for funds to make a study 😉

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:55
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    I read the study and they are unable to talk about food quality. Thought they have different health risks all exclusion diets suffer from the same issue of lack Micronutrients. It is possible to be healthy on many of these diets if you can get the Micros right. Unfortunately micros become harder as you exclude anything from your diet. Plant vs animal is idiotic because every argument I’ve seen involves a informed vegan vs crap western diet or junk food vegan vs someone eating quality omnivorous diet. How is that science?

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:55
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    Balance is key.

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:55
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    A very big BULLSHIT🤣

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:55
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    There is a huge difference between “Dirty Keto and Clean Keto” so your gran finale you actually chose the “Clean Keto”

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:56
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    Screw ALL diets! Eat everything combined & LIVE!
    Id skip white sugar only (as much as I could 😉).

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:56
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    Those who wanna learn healty ketogenic diet, you should go to Dr Eric Berg DC channel. Wayyy more informative & deep knowledge about keto.

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:56
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    Hi Guys, newbie here, starting out with Keto, finding it difficult with the lockdown. anyone found any good sites or resources/info to get some focus? I was thinking about purchasing this product: 28 day keto challange on this site I found, anyone have any reviews about it?

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  • 08.04.2020 at 13:56
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    Sorry but she doesn’t know real healthy Keto lifestyle like Dr Eric Berg teaches.

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:56
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  • 08.04.2020 at 13:57
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    There is living longer with quality of life and there is living longer squeaking by. What was the criteria for coming to this conclusion? You can use statistics to prove anything to someone who hasn’t studied how to set up a valid study.

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:57
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    People get so upset with either one or another diet. Vegans hate meat eaters. Keto followers get so mad when anyone says meat is bad for you. Diets are very personal. I have tried both vegan and keto and personally dont like keto at all. I cant stand having so much meat and fat all the time. I also dont like vegan diets. I ended up vegetarian. I can have the eggs my chickens lay as well as my neighbors 🍯, milk and cheese. Its the best of both worlds. No need to get so worked up about diets people 😁

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:57
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    ahhh , i cant even finish this video … so much disinformation

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:57
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    What about dryfasting.
    And how long is safe?

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:57
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    agree Keto is a cheat diet and only a temporary fix, however this article never mentioned about eating fruit and what fruit does for your health. I am all fruit now and at 61 I have incredible health….NOW….before I ate similar to a keto diet and ended up with stage 3 kidney failure, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Spondylitis, pre diabetes, big knarly knuckles and could not even open a door, overweight and no energy. I was only 40 then. Fruit cured all of that. Before you all jump down on the sugar in fruit, remember this, the sugar in fruit is fructose and does not require insulin to move into the cells for your energy. It is the ONLY sugar that does this on its own. So you can eat fruit 24/7 and never will have have too much sugar floating around in your bloodstream, turning into acids, causing health issues. Doctors are not being told this and most are too indoctrinated to do their own research. The other thing that fruit does and no other food can, is move the lymphatic system, which is your garbage /toxin disposal system, ie it remvoes the toxins from your cells and excretes them out through your lymph nodes. If that gets clogged up and slows down or stops moving altogether then you have serious problems. Why….because if the lymph system is already full and not moving then your cells sit there with the toxins and that causes cellular degradation and cellular mutosis, ie your cancers and auto immune conditions, like I once had. If you are on a sad diet then DO NOT go all fruit to begin with as this will move your lymph system really fast and the detox can be quite harsh on the body and make you very sick. This is akin to alcoholics where they must detox them slowly, as too fast can kill them. I have found the younger people cope much better than older ones and can only put this down to the older you are the more build up of toxins you have sitting around. Be well and take your health back.

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:58
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    That 4 year difference isnt high school or university. It is actually the time youll be sh*tting yourself pushed around and treated mean by an underpaid caretaker in a nursing home. You wanna prolong that term? Be my guest. Eat carbs

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:58
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    A second year med student who read one Keto Diet research article and is now an expert on the Keto Diet. She on her way to being one of the millions of doctors that believes being a medical doctor means she qualified as a nutritionist. Ironically, medical doctors have around 6 hours of nutrition class and become self proclaimed experts.

    With that said, medical doctors also believe they are experts in pharmacology,, with around 6 hour of classes. Medical doctors also are self proclaimed experts in physical therapy, exercise physiology, etc.

    They definitely have the God Complex.

    The Violin MD (in reality a second year med student) is well on her way to becoming another omniscient, self proclaimed Goddess of medicine, nutrition, pharmacology, physical therapy, nutrition, etc.

    That we need, another maniacal physical, with more carp coming out of her mouth than her ass.

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:58
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    Oh, Violin Doc – I just discovered you from your Covid 19 videos, which I love! Im not sure that this study is as credible as Id expect from the Lancet Journal. *

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:58
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    Doctor Violin, you had two key pieces of information left out of your training — both keys to how cells produce energy in order to function correctly. First, ATP alone is not the energy currency of the cell. In fact, it is a complete dud all by itself. However, when it is matched with a magnesium atom, the magic begins.* The only element that activates oxygen to create energy and deactivates oxygen to clear the exhaust of energy production was almost certainly NEVER uttered, even once, in your training. It is copper. But copper alone is a toxic heavy metal, it needs to be bound into and enzyme called caruloplasmin. It has 1,046 amino acids (insulin has 51), plus between 6 to 8 coppers. *Retinol is required by ATP7B to insert the copper into ceruloplasmin.*
    Your recommendations dont allow any retinol, so your recommendations will damage energy production in the cells over time, as well as dysregulate copper/iron metabolism, which will result in enzyme system dysregulation, oxidative stress, and inflammation. Ferro-oxidase (ferroxidase) is an expression of ceruloplasmin and required to manage iron in the human body. Excess microscopic inorganic rusty iron filings (added to the food supply in 1941, increased 50% in circa 1970) dysregulate copper/iron metabolism. Supporting links in reply to this comment.
    *Magnesium in biology —

    • 08.04.2020 at 14:14
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      Dr. Ben Edwards has been using a magnesium and ceruloplasmin improving nutrition program with some significant success.

      Wellness comes through applied biochemistry, not nutrient assumption in a nutrient depleting food system. Chronic disease in 1940s = ~4%. Now? Almost 60%.

    • 08.04.2020 at 14:36
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      Iron in Cereal Video —
      Iron behaving badly: iron as contributor to inflammatory and degenerative diseases —
      Summary of Rogue Iron Accumulation in the Human Body —
      Morley Robbins – My Theory Of Everything —
      Understanding Copper Toxicity (actually, ceruloplasmin deficiency – and magnesium, retinol, and maybe copper deficiency):
      The Brain Science Behind Social Conflict And Depression:

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:58
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    The data simply doesnt support the claim that plant-based diets help you live longer, and your video is terribly misleading in that regard. The studies you refer to are not reliable because they are all based on questionnaires which are not scientific as you should well know. If you can show any clinical study where variables were well controlled that support your claims, I will gladly take you seriously, but unfortunately you cant because they dont exist.

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:59
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    All other too

  • 08.04.2020 at 13:59
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    I sure dont what her as my Doctor.

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:00
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    So how about the Inuits or the Japanese , . I feel sad that you have bought in to mega cerials who since the 60s are almost (along with soda) totally responsible for the obesity epidemic.

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:01
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    Keto reccomend moderate protein 7 cups of veg one 20% carbs and 1 meal a day. Your explanation of keto is too simplistic maybe di some more research!

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:01
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    youre so filled up with yourself to see the truth, 40% carbs is not low carb

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:02
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    here is the latest study
    A ketogenic diet extends longevity and healthspan in adult mice

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:02
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    So what are you supposed to eat. I mean I don’t particularly love steak and bacon but damn I don’t see myself eating nuts, beans and cabbage all day! Just shoot me right now. 🤷🏾‍♀️ I am officially mentally tired. I think that this video raises some great questions but I’m thinking about the days where all the packaged processed foods which by the way contain sugar, didn’t exist. What did our ancestors eat. They didn’t have packed potatoes and cakes in a mug 🤔 if they farmed what did they eat? If you lived in near water did you fish? So they ate what was in their environment and they certainly ate food that grew from the ground. Like to much of anything and not enough of most things can be bad for you. Too much meat, vegetables only, fruit only, carbs only like there has to be some balance.

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:02
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    Every bone in my body is telling me not to trust you

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:03
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    How do I put her on IGNORE?

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:03
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    Well I guess us Diabetics are dead and have no hope. Thanks Doc. You may want to check out Dr Jason Fung. You might learn something from a seasoned Dr. who reversed more type 2 diabetes than all the hairs on your head. Also check out Dr Berg

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:03
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    Carbs are mentioned in the study but specifically what carbs were used is not. There is a huge difference in the health and nutritional effects of table sugar and steel cut oats.

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:03
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    What a load of bull crap
    Check this video out its an old video but this guy went full keto in the 70s out of hope he had CANCA and 3 doctors said he would be dead in 3 months or less in the end he went on a zero carb keto diet he went full carb free as low as you can go on a keto diet in 2012 when this video was made this guy is was still alive and still eating a keto diet Im on a keto diet I havent felt this good in a long time I tried all other diets to lose weight but only ever lost 1 or 2 stone then I went on a keto not full keto diet only 20 grams of carbs a day and I lost 16 stone in weight in 2 and a half years I know this diet works
    I still got a long way to go I weigh 27 stone now but I have lost a lot of weight and I feel great the keto diet does not kill you if you be leave this video youre being fooled by the sugar companies
    16 stone is 224 pounds in weight for you Americans

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:03
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    Could you please highlight how they got to these conclusions? The reason I am asking is that correlation is not causation. Have they done anything to make sure that life expectancy differences were absolutely down to these dietary differences? Were there no other correlation by any chance? (The fatty meat eater group might happen to be smoking and drinking more too, which would make sense because in the last 30 years the dogma was that fat will kill you) ?

    I have been checking my markers and found no detrimental effects of doing keto at all. Thst said I do eat vegetables a lot with fatty meat and I am more on a low carb, high protein than keto diet. (Due to high protein intake and lots of workout plus time restrictive eating I am in and out of ketosis on daily basis)

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:03
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    i hope one day i could ask about my health concern here😍

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:04
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    Nuts make me sick… literally… =(

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:05
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    I literally want to go back to school and finish my nursing degree. I want to learn more..its so Interesting. And I did a low carb diet, the grapefruit every 12 days , you eat carbs . I lost a lot of weight but got sick of all.tje meat..and I only liked, or could make a few green.vegatables.

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:05
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    This is a plural version of a Poem I wrote originally with the word (she)

    I have this adjusted version to be applivable and Dedicated to the many, First Responders, physicians, nurses, medical staff, public safety, medivac, essential workers,, and all others who have selflessly devoted their time, labor, finances to aid in the Heath, and he process of our country and our world.

    They are Resilient, and Despite the sadness, 

    They Believe….

    They will Overcome any Depression, that stands in their way….

    They will keep Fighting, and will Not be defeated…

    They will NOT give up…
    They will find their inner Strength because…
    Gods Glow is with them…

    They Glow with the Love, Kindness…they carry for others…

    Advocate for Humanity,
    Author, Jason Sandifer,
    Michigan
    4/14/2020

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:06
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    it gives me good results … but it makes me want to kill someone sometimes

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:06
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    yes , right next vegan lobby

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:06
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    plus diet keto u using for 5-6 weeks and back to normal food, no one is on keto diet whole life

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:06
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    jumped way too fast to cutting keto and adding plant based protein without addressing insulin resistance resulting in my determination that this is vegan based rationale praise the god of vegans. BS

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:06
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    Interesting research but saying nothing about Keto. To stay in ketosis, you have to consume much less than 40% calories from carbs. Drawing any conclusions regarding Keto diet from the research on people consuming 40 and more % of calories from carbs is a methodological mistake.

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:06
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    Im trying out the Carnivore diet. Im on day four. As for the life expectancy, Okinawans have some of the highest in the world and they attribute it largely to their consumption of sweet potatoes and fish. Even Okinawans in rural areas were living long lives.

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:07
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    My advert on this video was for insulin delivery.

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:07
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    But did the diet take into account how much and what type if exercise was performed? Lifesyle? What if keto people are naturally more reckless day to day and are drawn to the keto deit more. But it was their reckless ways that caused them to be unhealthy in other areas of life. The type of person draw n to a high bacon and steak diet may just be more reckless and enjoy extremes. Which may have made them be unhealthy in other areas of their lives.

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:08
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    All these studies saying all these types of things take x amount of years of your life. At this point I should already be dead

    I am 17……

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:08
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    Keto diet found to suppress viral infection and this lady is too stupid

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:08
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    I think a good diet is nothing but …when u got hunger and then eat its a basic ,long term,good diet philosophy

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:09
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    OK, Id like to know a little bit more about these test groups: how many of them smoked in their lives, how much sugar do they consume, do they take alcohol, do they all exercise equally, what do their family health histories look like, what are the stress levels theyve been subjected to in their lives? Etc, etc, etc. While diet may contribute to longevity, there are many other factors playing into it. You cannot attribute length of life solely to the amount of carbs people do or do not eat.

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:09
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  • 08.04.2020 at 14:10
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    hey guys i spend my quarrantine to find best kito diet plan. its free, if you really want you can reply . follow the link to see the plan. @t

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:10
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    Hello my recommendation is, do not worry about calories, but listen to the hunger signals of the body. The trick is to eat very low in carbohydrates and moderate in protein and then use fat as a tool to achieve satiety. Eating just enough fat to keep you satiated between meals will mean you wont starve and at the same time your body will burn body fat. I read a book that changed my eating habits [email protected] write to me to send you the book without problem.

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:10
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    Well if you take into consideration that a lot of tryptophan is in grains or grain like foods ->tryptophan is the amino acid that creates serotonin then wouldnt eating a low tryptophan containing diet make you more depressed and/or anxious? Ie other than chicken and bananas how does a keto dieter get enough tryptophan in thier diet? My sibling that tried this diet for over a year developed worse anxiety. My opinion as a future Dietitian is that All or nothing diets are not good in the long run. Moderating is the key but definitely avoid stuff that is toxic and harmful like trans fat.

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:10
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    Where do fruits stand? Not mentioned.

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:11
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    Can we eat puffed rice wile kito diet

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:12
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    If you base your entire case on one meager study, (conducted, backed and funded by who?) then you dont have a case and you are being totally irresponsible by putting this video out there. As a Nutritionist and someone whos been doing Keto for years I absolutely cringe at this video and wonder if youre being paid by the manufacturers who made fortunes out of high-carb diets that have caused endless obesity, sugar addiction and illness in people. 40% carbs has NEVER been Keto. Go back to school or put out concrete information. This is dangerous to people who are gullable and futile to people who know better.

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:12
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    Click bait bs by someone looking for views, get out of here

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:12
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    If you want real info. Refer to Professor Tim Noakes

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:12
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    Vegan keto diet is the way to go.

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:12
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    The keto diet is a high fat/low carb diet not high protein as you stated in the video. The protein is only 20% or so in a meal with 5-10% in carbs from mainly greens and the fats are 70-75% coming from healthy saturated and unsaturated fats. So its not really high protein at all if you balance those ratios out accordingly!

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:13
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    I really liked your channel! me and my mom are doing this and we are having a good result and we are feeling much better and with self esteem: 💜 😍 womanby.com/Keto-Diet

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:13
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    As a new doctor you are naive about adopting practice options based on one paper. This data is based on questionnaire I would bet that most people reporting was inaccurate. How did they select their group and controls. Most nutrition studies are filled with bias. I have practice 40 year. I have done research and also have degrees in public health and PHD on top of my M. D. Please do not apply population studies to individual patients. I would advise you not to advise people outside your real expertise. You going on keto yourself shows your lack of knowledge on keto.
    Keto is a spectrum. It benefits some children with recalcitrant seizure. There is dirty keto and clean keto. Please Obese people and those with diabetes will benefit from restricted carbs and correction of their insulin resistance. This is not Atkins eat all and any kind of meat you want. Once you are at correct weight then you can modulate with keto cycling as you engage in more activities.
    As a physician I will never eat the fake soy meat and fake cheese and dairy and any GMO crap. I eat grass fed meat and dairy that is limited and my protein intake is based for my age and body size. I will eat whole plants mostly keto with rice potatoes and other high carb on days with most exercise. I also eat wild not farm raised lower mercury fish. Those mono crops that veggie promote are ruining our soil. You need to read more books and look at the data and research.

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:14
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    It seems like you would want to review more than 1 study to make an educated decision. Its like taking the study that says sugar is good for you (sponsored and paid for by Coca-Cola) and basing your decision on that one study. I appreciate you sharing but please compare the results from multiple studies.

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:15
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    Go vegan keto. Eliminate dairy products, meat, fish, eggs, etc. Avoid any kind of animal products. And, consume only low carb plant foods, avoid overcooking, so your insulin level doesnt spike.
    In all, animal products kill, carbs kill, foods other than those are what you should eat.

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:15
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    No, the keto diet does not kill. It saves lives, like mine! If you doubt that the keto diet works, check out my transformation by searching YT using the phrase Low Carb Keto Diet Saved My Life rixcandoit and you can see before and after pictures of what happened to me in 12 weeks. It literally saved my life. Seriously, you all can do this.

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:15
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    please stop spreading misinformation, one study is not enough to make it a general truth. take time to educate yourself :

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:16
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    What is the best way to lost a ton of fat? I read lots of good reviews on the internet about how exactly Custokebon Secrets can help you lost a lot of fat. Has anybody tested out this popular lose weight diet plan?

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:16
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    Apparently Vitamin C and D have had a bad rap in the last 8 decades.. Drs Klenner, Pauling, levy and many more need a second look. The a
    Australian farmer Allen Smith (6o minutes, Proof of Life) deserves a long, hard look. Whole body means a whole look. Thanks

  • 08.04.2020 at 14:16
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    I believe the flaw in your reasoning comes from the study itself due to funding by the NIH, which is filled with corruption and fraud. It silences whistleblowers while effectively working for big Pharma and the medical-industrial establishment.

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