Significant Improvements In PCOS Symptoms with the Ketogenic Diet

Significant Improvements In PCOS Symptoms with the Ketogenic Diet

PCOS, or polycystic ovarian syndrome, is the number one leading cause of infertility in women in the United States. About one in 10 women end up suffering from PCOS. And in this video I’m going to break down how a lower carb, ketogenic diet can actually have some very powerful effects when it comes down […]

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How the Ketogenic Diet Reduces Inflammation in the Body

How the Ketogenic Diet Reduces Inflammation in the Body

Believe it or not the reason you might feel so amazing on a ketogenic diet could be because of the modulation of inflammation within your body. I’m about to get sciency but I’m going to break it all down so it makes perfect, easy since. I’m Thomas DeLauer with Keto-Mojo and let’s go ahead and […]

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Can the Ketogenic Diet Help with Alzheimer’s and Dementia?

Can the Ketogenic Diet Help with Alzheimer’s and Dementia?

– There is some really, really intriguing science pointing to the effectiveness of the ketogenic diet at helping alleviate some of the symptoms of Alzheimer’s and dementia, but also potentially even reducing the risk of getting Alzheimer’s and dementia in the first place. I’m Thomas DeLauer with Keto Mojo, and today we’re breaking down the […]

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Alcohol & the Ketogenic Diet: What you need to know

Alcohol & the Ketogenic Diet: What you need to know

Alcohol on the ketogenic diet. Where the heck do you stand? Can you have it, can you not? What should you consume? There’s so much different, conflicting stuff out there. So why don’t I just give you a simple breakdown of how it works in the body? Hey, I’m Thomas DeLauer with Keto-Mojo and we’re […]

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Frank Tufano Raw Carnivore Diet Experience (+ Health Tips)

Frank Tufano Raw Carnivore Diet Experience (+ Health Tips)

(upbeat contemporary music) – Hello everyone, and welcome to BioHackers Lab. I’m your host, Gary Kirwan, and on today’s episode I have Frank Tufano. Frank is known for following a raw carnivore diet on YouTube, and advocating for the importance of high vitamin animal foods. He has been following what he considers the healthiest diet […]

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Salt and Blood Pressure on a Keto Diet

Salt and Blood Pressure on a Keto Diet

You go to any old school doctor and they’re going to tell you that if your blood pressure’s high, you need to decrease your sodium intake. Well, that’s living in the past. Science has changed. Everything has evolved in the world of our diets and in the world of health in general. So let’s talk […]

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Low Sodium’s link to Fat Gain & Insulin Resistance (Salt vs. Sugar)

Low Sodium’s link to Fat Gain & Insulin Resistance (Salt vs. Sugar)

This episode is brought to you by Skillshare. In 1979 at an FDA panel hearing in Washington, Frito-Lay’s research director Alan Wohlam, along with an NYC cardiologist and a cancer researcher from buffalo, defended salt on behalf of the Potato Chip and Snack Foods Association. They warned that salt restricting guidelines would be dangerous. That […]

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TOP 10 Foods that do NOT affect the blood sugar

TOP 10 Foods that do NOT affect the blood sugar

Hey! In this video, I’m going to show you the Top 10 foods that does NOT affect your blood sugar. These are both healthy, beneficial and of course perfect for people with both types of Diabetes. Before we get started I just wanted to share a quick little tip for you who are just starting […]

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Top 5 Keto Mistakes | Jason Wittrock

What’s up guys? I’m jason wit rock. I’m a bodybuilding.com Spokesmodel in eas Maya Plex athlete and today, I’m going to teach [you] the top [5] Keto mistakes alright guys So the very first mistake is not staying patient during the Keto adaptation Phase you have to understand something you’ve been running on carbohydrates your […]

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Fasting vs. Eating Less: What’s the Difference? (Science of Fasting)

Fasting vs. Eating Less: What’s the Difference? (Science of Fasting)

“Breakfast of champions.” What’s the difference between eating less food and eating no food? Well, Let’s look at two different situations. …In 1944, a study called the Minnesota Starvation Experiment was conducted and was designed to understand the effects of caloric restriction on the body in order to gain some knowledge that would help people […]

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