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In this video, Dr. Berg talks about Keto (Ketogenic Diet) on steroid / extreme weight loss. This is for those people who would want to lose weight healthily and fast. Typical Keto (Ketogenic Diet) is 5% carbs, 20% protein and 75% fat.
5 Hacks / Strategies
1. Zero Carbs – The amount of carbohydrates determine how deep in the ketosis you are gonna go.
2. Protein 3 to 6 ounces – This depends on several factor like the age, weight and metabolism. The strategy with protein is to not go with lean low fat protein (the leaner the protein, the higher the insulin spike) – Start consuming foods that combine protein and fat naturally.
3. Fat – Don’t add extra fat (MCT oil, keto bomb, butter). The key is to make sure that the fat naturally comes from the protein together.
a. Typical Average Person (75g) – When you consume more fat the body burns more of the dietary fat. When you consume less than 75g the body will start to consume its own fat.
b. 50 to 75g grams of fat is really good to help get into ketosis and other nutritional benefits.
4. Leafy Greens
a. The body needs potassium, magnesium, nutrients and vitamins. 7 cups of vegetables minimally.
b. Fiber – It will specifically feed the microbes in the digestive system which then will turn into a very healthy fat called Butyric Acid that will help insulin resistance and lower insulin (Good for blood sugars).
5. Intermittent Fasting – Start with two meals and day and then go OMAD or one meal a day. The key is to not eat unless you are hungry. The way that you would know that it is working is when your hunger goes away.
Protein types NOT to consume:
• Lean Steak
• Lean Fish
Protein TO consume:
• Fatty Hamburger
• Eggs – Pasture-raised and Organic
Fats TO consume:
Hey guys! so today we are gonna talk about keto (ketogenic diet) on steroids, extreme weight loss. This is not for everyone, this is for those people that need to lose some quick weight and some people that wants to dive in and do whatever it takes to lose weight healthily and fast. Typically when you do keto, you have 5% carbohydrates, 20% protein and these are calories, total calories, and 75% fats. So that is typically what you would do. What I recommend is slightly different, we are gonna give you 5 hacks or strategies starting with number 1, normally you would do 20 to 50 grams of carbs to do the 5% right? we are gonna bring the carbs down to zero. So yes, this is extreme and it is not for everyone. But think about it, the amount of carbohydrates determine how deep in the ketosis you are gonna go. So we wanna go in there hardcore. If you will go zero carbs you will go into keto very very fast. Now the thing with protein, we don’t wanna go too little and we don’t wanna go too much. If we go too little you may start losing muscle mass.
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Dr. Berg, 52 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of The New Body Type Guide and other books published by KB Publishing. He has taught students nutrition as an adjunct professor at Howard University. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.
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