Low-Carb Diet Category

How Does Ketosis Help Insulin Resistance & Disease?

How does ketosis help the diseases of civilization? Find out as Dr. Nally answers these and many other pertinent dietary questions this evening. You can learn more about his multi-vitamin supplement he designed for insulin resistance/diabetic/weight management patients that he mentions in the video here at KetoLiving.com. You can learn about exogenous ketones that he […]

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What Is Insulin Resistance?

What is Insulin Resistance?  Dr. Nally talks about the nuts and bolts of this syndrome and how it works.  He answers multiple questions regarding diet and insulin resistance. Let me know what you thing and what questions future videos should answer.

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Why Be In Ketosis? Part VII – cGMP (Making Fat Burning Efficient)

Many people ask me, “Dr. Nally, why should I always be in ketosis even if I burn fat and lose weight without restricting carbohydrates as much as you do?” The answer is fat burning efficiency.  Shifting into ketosis changes your ability to burn fat, and do it efficiently by turning on cGMP in the adipocyte. […]

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Too Much Fat on a Ketogenic Diet?

If you are interested in the low-carb, moderate protein, high-fat, ketogenic diet, then this is the podcast for you. We zero in exclusively on all the questions people have about how being in a state of nutritional ketosis and the effects it has on your health. There are a lot of myths about keto floating around […]

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Does Long Term Ketosis Cause Insulin Resistance?

“It’s a snake.” “It’s a wall.” “It’s a rope.” “It’s a fan.” “It’s a tree.” “It’s insulin resistance.” I’ve always been fascinated by those describing a “new finding” in medicine.  I am reminded of the story of 5 men who, never having seen an elephant before, were blindfolded and asked to describe what he discovered. […]

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Thinking Outside of the Box

The image above has nine dots within a square.  Your task, using only four lines is to connect ALL nine dots WITHOUT ever raising your pen, pencil or finger (Please don’t use a sharpie on your computer screen . . . it doesn’t come off). You may have seen this puzzle previously . . . […]

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PeriScope: Weight Loss, Gut Health & Pond Scum…In The New Year

Good morning from Arizona.  I’ve had a few people ask about how gut health relates to a ketogenic diet.  This is a great question and one that I think can be answered best by taking a closer look at my natural koi pond and learning a little about pond scum. So, sit back and look […]

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Definition of Insanity: Cutting Calories/Restricting Fat & Expecting Weight Loss

Have you been cutting your calories and reducing fat and exercising your brains out and still not seeing the needle on the scale move that much?  Persistently and repetitively performing an action that doesn’t produce the desired result is insanity.  Cutting calories and reducing fat while expecting weight loss is akin to pouring water in […]

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Why the Calorie is NOT King

Today in the office I had the calorie conversation again . . . three times.  We have an entire society with a very influential health and fitness industry built around the almighty calorie.  Has it helped? Looking at our 5 year obesity outcomes.  It hasn’t helped a bit.  In fact, it is worse.  In 1985 […]

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Pre-, Post-Workout Meal on Ketosis. Is it Important?

Today’s Periscope was an exciting one.  Do you really need a pre- or post-workout shake or meal?  How much protein do you need?  What’s the difference between ketosis and ketoacidosis?  Is Dr. Nally a ketogenic cheerleader? Get your answers to these and many more questions asked by some wonderful viewers this evening on today’s PeriScope. Be […]

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