Will A Ketogenic Diet Protect You from the #FitchSlap?

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Join Dr. Nally this evening when he appears as a special Guest Host with Vicki Fitch, veteran author, speaker, business coach.  He appears live on blab tonight on Vick’s #HeSaidRedSaid at 7:30pm PST.  You click here to subscribe to the live blabcast.

Find out if Dr. Nally can handle the pressure.  Will a Low-Carb, High-Fat diet protect you from the infamous #FitchSlap?

Will Vicki ask the really challenging questions like:

  1. How tall was the 50′ mast on the Mayflower?
  2. What color was George Washington’s White horse?
  3. Has technology really created a Generation of Idiots?

Albert-Einstein Idiots

4. Is Heaven really made of bacon?

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5. Will you break your toe if you eat a Low-Carb, High Fat diet?

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6. Was this really the first insulin pump?  Or, is it Vicki’s old accordion being tuned up?

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And, see if the fears of many around the world will come to fruition this evening:

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2 Comments on “Will A Ketogenic Diet Protect You from the #FitchSlap?

    • Two issues:
      1) This is meta-analysis of a meta-analysis of a meta-analysis. That means these are food questionnaires from memory often over a period of 2 years (I often don’t remember what I ate 48 hours later) that have been evaluated and then summarized. Then combined with other questionnaires similarly summarized and then extrapolated upon.
      2) They don’t take into account the carbohydrate or protein levels take with the red or processed meats. This completely throws insulin, glucagon, and hormonal responses to food out the window.
      These are the worst kind of studies that make the broadest food recommendations usually supporting a political or business agenda.

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