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Podcast #32: Hereditary Angioedema, Lower Blood Ketones, Statins, Healthy Keto Lifestyle

Listen to KetoTalk Podcast #32 where we talk about hereditary angio-edema, adequate ketone ranges, statin use while in ketosis and healthy keto questions.  You can listen in by going to KetoTalk.com or you can listen in on iTunes. “About 40 percent of my older patient population who take statins while eating ketogenic experience some form […]

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KetoTalk: Episode 27 -Mailbox Blitz, Low Energy, Headache, Stomach-Ache, Breast-Feeding While On Keto

Listen in today as Jimmy and Adam blaze through a bunch of listener questions in Episode 27 of KetoTalk with Jimmy and the Doc! KEY QUOTE: “Children are born in ketosis, so ketones are perfect for babies. The level of fat in breast-milk is essential for them to maintain their health and their growth.” — […]

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How Fat Lowers Your Blood Pressure

Hypertension (elevated blood pressure) is one of the triad symptoms of metabolic syndrome.  Most of the hypertension that I see clinically is driven by insulin resistance as the underlying cause.  I see this problem in a very large majority of the people in my office and I am seeing people younger and younger show up with […]

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Two Most Common Elements in the Universe: Hydrogen & Moronium . . . Maybe, Not In That Order

Over the last few months, I’ve found myself amid the center of vehement nutritional arguments about fat, carbohydrates, calories and diet.  I have found it fascinating that very intelligent men and women, over the last 50 years, have accepted, without reservation, a dogma taught them by their eighth grade nutrition teachers.  This dogma is interlaced and […]

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Ketogenic Lifestyle Rule #2: Life Begins at the Edge of Your Comfort Zone

We have been taught for over 50 years that the minimum carbohydrate intake necessary to maintain health is 130 grams per day, with the average diet of 2000 calories per day containing around 300 grams per day based on 1977 recommendations that 55-60% of are dietary intake should come from carbohydrates.  This value was initially […]

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Ketogenic Lifestyle Rule #1: There should ALWAYS be bacon in the fridge

I thought that over the next few weeks I’d address a number of Ketogenic Lifestyle Rules that I have adopted.  These seem to help and bring a little clarity to one following a Ketogenic Lifestyle or someone on the road to becoming a true “Ketonian.” The first of these rules is that there should ALWAYS […]

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Patience: Why Weight Loss is a Slow Process?

Watch this weekend’s Periscope conversation about why weight loss is slow and why anything that is worthwhile takes time. You can watch the Periscope Video below:

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Caffeine . . . Weight Loss Wonder Boy or Sneaky Scoundrel?

I’ve been looking for the answer for quite some time. . . what role does caffeine play in your and my weight management journey?  The answer gave me a headache. . . literally and figuratively. As many of you, including my office staff, know, I love my Diet Dr. Pepper (and my bacon).  I found […]

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How Do You Know if You’re Insulin Resistant?

How do you know if you’re insulin resistant? What questions need to be asked? What should your numbers be? And, many other great ketosis questions. Also, why does Dr. Nally look like he has dirt on his chin? See it here . . .

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Adrenal Insufficiency, Adrenal Fatigue, PseudoCushing’s Syndrome – Oh My!

Adrenal Fatigue? Adrenal Insufficiency?  Cortisol? PseudoCushing’s Syndrome?  What do these terms mean and why are they all over the internet these days? And, what do they have to do with your weight loss? This was our topic this evening on PeriScope.  Katch Dr. Nally speak about this topic with rolling comments at Katch.me/docmuscles.  Or you […]

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