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Supercharge Ketogenic Results With This Powerful Supplement

If you’d told me in 2015 that I’d be telling most of my patients to eat mostly fat, some protein and very little carbohydrates to improve their health I would have been skeptical. While I’ve been a proponent of high intake of high-quality fats for sometime, I’ve evolved in the past few years and I now endorse a ketogenic diet for the treatment of many common ailments and conditions. The ketogenic diet is a simple diet. Eat high amounts of fat (65-75% of your caloric intake should be from fat), little protein (20-30% of your diet should be protein) and few carbs (5-10% of your total calories can be carbs). I have a specific protocol called the Ketox Method where...

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This Is the Most Difficult Part about Keto

There are a lot of people who think the ketogenic diet acts like a magic diet pill. Yes, it’s a proven formula to induce rapid weight loss and improve blood sugar. But the ketogenic diet only works when you don’t give in and eat too many carbs and protein. And that can be hard... especially at lunch time. In this article I’m going to show you why lunch is the downfall for many people who follow the ketogenic diet. I’ll also give you some proven tips for beating the slip-ups (the Satiate Shake we carry is one thing that’ll keep you clean and keto) that may come as well as showing you a special device my patients carry that helps...

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Eat Fat For Better Bone Health

In my most recent article I discussed how important improving blood sugar is for bone health. If you need a refresher, you can click here where it’s live on the blog. Evidence shows if you keep your sugar levels under control it helps protect bone health. In that previous article I gave you two options for keeping blood sugar under control. Take berberine, one of the best supplements in the world for improving blood sugar and eat a breakfast that’s high in fat. Discover How Eating Fat Helps Boost Bone Health Eating a meal high in fat and low in carbs is known as eating a ketogenic meal. And it’s called a ketogenic meal because it’s part of a ketogenic...

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4 Proven Ways To Kill Food Cravings

  Whenever I’m meeting with a patient who has weight loss as a listed goal, I often hear them complain that while they know how to lose weight… They don’t know how to keep their appetite under control. Basically, they give in to the cravings. My patients aren’t alone in this either. Research shows one of the leading reasons people desperate to lose weight end up failing with weight loss goals comes from a failure to manage cravings. And it’s easy to see why. Many times when you’re trying to lose weight, you’re either modifying the kinds of foods you eat, or you’re in a caloric deficit. These leave your body screaming for food it loves, and you’re likely depriving...

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A Possible Side Effect Of “Going Keto"

Keto, short for ketogenic, is the newest diet craze to sweep the nation. If you’ve been in my office or read my emails lately you know I’m all aboard the keto train.To be honest, when it comes to diets I don’t view the ketogenic diet like a traditional weight-loss diet.And that’s because the ketogenic diet doesn’t require you to starve yourself to lose weight… it doesn’t force you to subsist on foods you loathe to eat… and it doesn’t really have any glaring problems associated with it.That being said, there are a few issues with the ketogenic diet I want to address.Like anything, there may be side-effects of the ketogenic diet, and as a physician looking to enhance your total...

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