What’s the Most Important Ketosis Question You Can Ask?

What is the most important ketosis question you can ask?  Dr. Nally answers the really tough ones . . . You can see the answers below:

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3 Comments on “What’s the Most Important Ketosis Question You Can Ask?

  1. Hello From Glendale!! Loved watching this. Husband just diagnosed last week with DM2. Dr. gave him an rx for metformin and told him to see a nutritionist through the American Diabetes Assoc. I didn’t fill the rx and changed his doctor to you. First appt with Brad on Nov 17th. In the meantime, I have cut his carbs down to 20g a day and increased the fat. My husband is a truck driver (6’2″, 280 lbs), was drinking 8 Diet Mountain Dews a day, 2 convenience store breakfast biscuit sandwiches with chips each morning and a foot long sandwich each day with more chips. It’s been rough going but he’s doing it and I’m proud of him. Hoping to see you and not have to use BP meds, chol meds, and CPAP mask anymore. Hoping to get the blood sugar under control so he won’t need the meds for that either. Thanks for putting yourself “out there” for all of us. You are one of a kind and I know we are blessed to have you in our neck of the woods. Looking forward to seeing you soon.

    Holly & Brian Blevins

  2. Trader Joe’s half and half can say it has no carbs PER SERVING because the serving size is so small. It’s a common trick, perfectly legal, though unethical.

    • The key is to realize that the per serving size is 2 tablespoons (who only uses two table spoons of half and half?) If you look at the carbohydrate content of 1 pint it is 16 grams. Understanding serving size is the key.

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