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Dr. Georgia Ede - 'Nutritional and Metabolic Strategies for Optimizing Mental Health'
Dr. Georgia Ede received her B.A. in Biology from Carleton College in Minnesota, then spent seven years as a research assistant in the fields of biochemistry, wound healing and diabetes before going on to earn an M.D. from the University of Vermont College Of Medicine.

Dr. Ede then completed her residency in general adult psychiatry at Harvard's Cambridge Hospital in 2002 and was a staff psychopharmacologist at Harvard University Health Services from 2007 to 2013. In 2013 she left Harvard to become the psychiatrist for Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts where she provides nutrition consults as well as psychiatric services to Smith students.

Dr. Ede was the first and only psychiatr...
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Belinda Fettke - 'Reversing Diabetes - Science vs Dogma'
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Belinda Fettke is a former Registered Nurse, photographer and the proud co-founder of 'Nutrition For Life' in Launceston which provides medically based nutritional care around Tasmania and Australia. Belinda is also a staunch supporter of the health benefits of Low Carb, Healthy Fat eating and in recent years has taken a more central role in advocating LCHF following the investigation of her hu...
Dave Feldman - 'A Very Brief Review of the Lipid Energy Model & TOP SECRET'
Views 27KMonth ago
Dave Feldman is a senior software engineer, business developer and entrepreneur. He began a Low Carb, High Fat diet in April 2015 and after experiencing a significant rise in his total cholesterol he committed himself to learning everything he could about cholesterol and the lipid system. As an engineer, Dave spotted a pattern in the lipid system that’s very similar to distributed objects in ne...
L. Amber O'Hearn - 'Ketogenic Diets and Sleep'
Views 36KMonth ago
Canadian born Amber O’Hearn, M.Sc., is a data scientist by profession with a background in mathematics, computer science, linguistics, and psychology. After moving to the U.S., she began experimenting with different forms of diet, in order to retain her health and balance her mental state. She has been studying and experimenting with ketogenic diets since 1997. More recently she has begun writi...
Dr. Rob Szabo & Camilla Dahl, APD - 'Eating to reverse type 2 diabetes'
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After his own diagnosis of Type 2 diabetes in 2014, General Practitioner Dr. Rob Szabo (MBBS, BMedSc, FRACGP) is now dedicated to providing an option for diabetes reversal to the nearly 2 million Australians with or at risk of Type 2 diabetes. Dr Szabo established The Low Carb Clinic in 2014 - now Diversa Health, a first of its kind nationwide diabetes reversal service. Diversa offers medical a...
Dr. Peter Ballerstedt - 'When is 'Protein' NOT Protein?'
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Peter Ballerstedt (aka The Sodfather) received his Bachelor of Science in Agriculture in 1981 and Master of Science in 1983, both from the University of Georgia. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Kentucky in 1986, specialising in forage management and utilisation, minoring in ruminant nutrition. He was the forage extension specialist at Oregon State University from 1986 to 1992. He c...
Dr. Robert Cywes - 'Carbohydrate Addiction: returning to my roots'
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Dr. Robert Cywes specialises in Weight Management and Bariatric Surgery for adults and adolescents in West Palm Beach, Florida. He has been doing bariatric surgery for 18 years performing over 8000 surgeries. His medical training began in Cape Town, South Africa where he received his medical degree from The University of Cape Town. In 1989, Dr. Cywes moved to North America and completed a year-...
Dr. Paul Mason - 'The truth about statins'
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Dr Paul Mason obtained his medical degree with honours from the University of Sydney, and also holds degrees in Physiotherapy and Occupational Health. He is a Specialist Sports Medicine and Exercise Physician. Dr Mason developed an interest in low carbohydrate diets in 2011. Since then he has spent hundreds of hours reading and analysing the scientific literature. For a number of years, Dr. Mas...
Prof. Tim Noakes - 'Hiding Unhealthy Heart Outcomes in Low-Fat Diet Trials'
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Professor Tim Noakes was born in Harare, Zimbabwe in 1949. As a youngster, he had a keen interest in sport and attended Diocesan College in Cape Town. Following this, he studied at the University of Cape Town (UCT) and obtained an MBChB degree in 1974, an MD in 1981 and a DSc (Med) in Exercise Science in 2002. Prof. Noakes has published more than 750 scientific books and articles. He has been c...
Dr. David Unwin - 'Before diagnosis of Type 2 diabetes there is a long silent scream from the liver'
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Dr. David Unwin is GP based in Southport in the United Kingdom. After 25 years of attempting to treat diabetes by conventional methods, Dr. Unwin was introduced to low carb nutrition through one of his patients and the website www.diabetes.co.uk From this revelation, Dr. Unwin now ignores official advice and treats his patients with a low-carbohydrate diet. Since adopting the approach, his prac...
Prof. Robert Lustig - 'The Hateful (or Grateful) Eight'
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Robert H. Lustig, M.D., M.S.L. is Professor emeritus of Pediatrics, Division of Endocrinology at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). He specialises in the field of neuroendocrinology, with an emphasis on the regulation of energy balance by the central nervous system. His research and clinical practice has focused on childhood obesity and diabetes. Dr. Lustig holds a Bachelor’s i...
Dr. Paul Mabry - 'The Evolutionary Origin of PCOS'
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Dr. Paul Mabry is a Family Medicine Specialist with over 35 years of experience in the medical field. He is also a Gulf War combat veteran with deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan where he served in both the United States Navy and Army over a career of 26 years. He graduated from University Of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston medical school in 1986. Paul joined the Navy when he was 19 and was ...
David Dikeman - 'How I Manage My Type 1 Diabetes'
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David Dikeman is a 17 year old type one diabetic diagnosed at the age of 9. Since shortly after diagnosis he has followed Dr. Richard K. Bernstein’s low carb high protein protocol and has consistently attained HbA1c's at 5.0% and below while averaging blood sugar in the 80s. David is a passionate advocate for type 1 diabetes management and has spoken at children’s hospitals and nutrition/metabo...
Dr. Richard K. Bernstein - 'Practical Tips to manage Type 1 Diabetes'
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Diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in 1946 at the age of 12, Dr. Richard K. Bernstein never set out to be a doctor. Not only that but according to statistics from the American Diabetes Association, he should have been long dead by now. That he is very much alive and, in fact, in excellent health, can be attributed to two primary causes. The first is that he was originally trained as an engineer and...
Dr. Gary Fettke - 'Carbohydrate: The Dose Is The Poison!'
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Dr. Gary Fettke is an Orthopaedic Surgeon practising in Launceston, Tasmania. Along with his wife Belinda, Gary opened the 'Nutrition for Life - Diabetes and Health Research Centre' based in Launceston which provides nutritional care around Tasmania and Australia. Gary has a longstanding interest in the preventative aspects of health outcomes, particularly before operating on his patients. Rece...
Dr. Nadir Ali - 'Calorie Restriction - A pre-requisite for Optimal Health'
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Dr. Nadir Ali - 'Calorie Restriction - A pre-requisite for Optimal Health'
Dr. Paul Mason - 'Reversing dementia with diet: a 2021 update'
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Dr. Paul Mason - 'Reversing dementia with diet: a 2021 update'
Low Carb Melbourne April 2021 Audience Q&A Session
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Low Carb Melbourne April 2021 Audience Q&A Session
Dr. James Muecke - 'Silent No More: The Barriers to Preventing and Reversing Type 2 Diabetes’
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Dr. James Muecke - 'Silent No More: The Barriers to Preventing and Reversing Type 2 Diabetes’
Dr. Ronald Schweitzer - 'Educating our specialist colleagues'
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Dr. Ronald Schweitzer - 'Educating our specialist colleagues'
Dr. Peter Brukner - 'Defeat Diabetes: How an online program might eradicate type 2 diabetes'
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Dr. Peter Brukner - 'Defeat Diabetes: How an online program might eradicate type 2 diabetes'
Dr. Penny Figtree - 'The Life of a Low Carb GP'
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Dr. Penny Figtree - 'The Life of a Low Carb GP'
Dr. Ronald Schweitzer - 'Audit results from a GP using low carb for Type 2 Diabetes'
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Dr. Ronald Schweitzer - 'Audit results from a GP using low carb for Type 2 Diabetes'
Dr. Lucy Burns - 'Carb Addiction is not your fault'
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Dr. Lucy Burns - 'Carb Addiction is not your fault'
A/Prof. Ken Sikaris - 'Blood Tests for Iron Status'
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A/Prof. Ken Sikaris - 'Blood Tests for Iron Status'
Dr. Liz Fraser - 'MYTH-INFORMATION'
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Dr. Liz Fraser - 'MYTH-INFORMATION'
Dr. Pran Yoganathan - 'The Human Gut: A masterpiece of evolution'
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Dr. Pran Yoganathan - 'The Human Gut: A masterpiece of evolution'
Dr. Mary Barson - 'Overcoming the blocks to a healthy lifestyle'
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Dr. Mary Barson - 'Overcoming the blocks to a healthy lifestyle'
Dr. Paul Mason - 'This Doctor Will Show You How To Be Healthy'
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Dr. Paul Mason - 'This Doctor Will Show You How To Be Healthy'
Low Carb Denver 2020 - The Best of 'Five Minutes of Fame'
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Low Carb Denver 2020 - The Best of 'Five Minutes of Fame'
Dr. Eric Berg - 'Practical Keto'
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Dr. Eric Berg - 'Practical Keto'
Dr. Jason Fung - 'Therapeutic Fasting - Solving the Two-Compartment Problem'
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Dr. Jason Fung - 'Therapeutic Fasting - Solving the Two-Compartment Problem'
Dr. Maryanne Demasi - 'Statin Wars: Have we been misled by the evidence?'
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Dr. Maryanne Demasi - 'Statin Wars: Have we been misled by the evidence?'
Dr. Jason Fung - 'A New Paradigm of Insulin Resistance'
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Dr. Jason Fung - 'A New Paradigm of Insulin Resistance'
Mikhaila Peterson - 'Don't Eat That'
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Mikhaila Peterson - 'Don't Eat That'
Dr. Chris Knobbe - 'Diseases of Civilization: Are Seed Oil Excesses the Unifying Mechanism?'
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Dr. Chris Knobbe - 'Diseases of Civilization: Are Seed Oil Excesses the Unifying Mechanism?'
Dr. Nadir Ali - 'Why LDL cholesterol goes up with low carb diet and is it bad for health?'
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Dr. Nadir Ali - 'Why LDL cholesterol goes up with low carb diet and is it bad for health?'
Dr. Paul Mason - 'Low Carb from a Doctor's perspective'
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Dr. Paul Mason - 'Low Carb from a Doctor's perspective'
Dr. Paul Mason - 'Evidence based keto: How to lose weight and reverse diabetes'
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Dr. Paul Mason - 'Evidence based keto: How to lose weight and reverse diabetes'
Prof. Robert Lustig - 'Sugar, metabolic syndrome, and cancer'
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Prof. Robert Lustig - 'Sugar, metabolic syndrome, and cancer'
Nina Teicholz - 'Vegetable Oils: The Unknown Story'
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Nina Teicholz - 'Vegetable Oils: The Unknown Story'
Prof. Tim Noakes - 'The Cholesterol Hypothesis: 10 Key Ideas that the Diet Dictators Have Hidden...'
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Prof. Tim Noakes - 'The Cholesterol Hypothesis: 10 Key Ideas that the Diet Dictators Have Hidden...'
Dr. Benjamin Bikman - 'Insulin vs. Ketones - The Battle for Brown Fat'
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Dr. Benjamin Bikman - 'Insulin vs. Ketones - The Battle for Brown Fat'
Dr. Paul Mason - 'How lectins impact your health - from obesity to autoimmune disease'
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Dr. Paul Mason - 'How lectins impact your health - from obesity to autoimmune disease'
Dr. Paul Mason - 'Blood tests on a ketogenic diet - what your cholesterol results mean'
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Dr. Paul Mason - 'Blood tests on a ketogenic diet - what your cholesterol results mean'
Dr. Paul Mason - 'Carnivore Diet & Optimal Health'
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Dr. Paul Mason - 'Carnivore Diet & Optimal Health'
Dr. Stephen Phinney - 'Troubleshooting the Ketogenic Diet for Optimal Weight and Health'
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Dr. Stephen Phinney - 'Troubleshooting the Ketogenic Diet for Optimal Weight and Health'
Dr. Jason Fung - 'The Aetiology of Obesity'
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Dr. Jason Fung - 'The Aetiology of Obesity'
Prof. Tim Noakes - 'Medical aspects of the low carbohydrate lifestyle'
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Prof. Tim Noakes - 'Medical aspects of the low carbohydrate lifestyle'
Dr. Paul Mason - 'Are you smarter than a Doctor? What your doctor doesn't know about nutrition'
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Dr. Paul Mason - 'Are you smarter than a Doctor? What your doctor doesn't know about nutrition'
Dr. Benjamin Bikman - 'Insulin vs. Glucagon: The relevance of dietary protein'
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Dr. Benjamin Bikman - 'Insulin vs. Glucagon: The relevance of dietary protein'
Dr. Gary Fettke - 'Is Fruit Good or Bad For You?'
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Dr. Gary Fettke - 'Is Fruit Good or Bad For You?'
Dr. Paul Mason - 'From fibre to the microbiome: low carb gut health'
Views 488K3 years ago
Dr. Paul Mason - 'From fibre to the microbiome: low carb gut health'
Dr. Paul Mason - 'Reversing dementia with diet: a 2021 update'
Views 436K4 months ago
Dr. Paul Mason - 'Reversing dementia with diet: a 2021 update'
Dr. Gary Fettke - 'Nutrition and Inflammation'
Views 435K4 years ago
Dr. Gary Fettke - 'Nutrition and Inflammation'
Dr. Nadir Ali - 'Do statins prevent or cause heart disease? Should LDL be called "bad" Cholesterol?'
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Dr. Nadir Ali - 'Do statins prevent or cause heart disease? Should LDL be called "bad" Cholesterol?'
Dr. Caryn Zinn - '...On Fat and Fasting'
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Dr. Caryn Zinn - '...On Fat and Fasting'
Dr. Paul Saladino - 'Debunking The Carnivore Diet'
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Dr. Paul Saladino - 'Debunking The Carnivore Diet'
Nina Teicholz - 'Red Meat and Health'
Views 395K3 years ago
Nina Teicholz - 'Red Meat and Health'
Dr. Stephen Phinney - 'Recent Developments in LCHF and Nutritional Ketosis' (Part 2)
Views 337K5 years ago
Dr. Stephen Phinney - 'Recent Developments in LCHF and Nutritional Ketosis' (Part 2)

Comments

  • Daniel Johnson

    a colleague once told me that if I cut out milk and gluten for 14 days, on the 15th day I’d wake up without a headache I never even knew I had.

  • Merlin Geikie
    Merlin Geikie Day ago

    Too much interruption from interviewer...let the guest speak!

  • Nonie De Long
    Nonie De Long 2 days ago

    What an incredible story. But not at all shocking after what I've experiened with our medical system with a chronically ill child. I now work in nutrition and am criticized heavily every time I suggest a carnivore or ketogenic meat based gaps diet for inflammation/ insulin resistance. It works miracles when it works but the pushback is serious. This is great to help others realize what a difference this can make.

  • john butler
    john butler 2 days ago

    Doctors better judgement maybe swayed by wanting a wealthier lifestyle.

  • zebonaut smith
    zebonaut smith 2 days ago

    The hell if Paleo man was eating Life Cereal and Cheerios.

  • James Strom
    James Strom 2 days ago

    Strange to start out saying we don’t know what sleep is for, and then to proceed to explain all of the things that stages of sleep do.

  • Bladerunner2043
    Bladerunner2043 2 days ago

    genetic condition (hypercholesterolemia) obviously proves the cause-effect relationship between blood LDL levels and atherosclerosis.

  • Bladerunner2043
    Bladerunner2043 2 days ago

    genetic condition (hypercholesterolemia) obviously proves the cause-effect relationship between blood LDL levels and atherosclerosis.

  • Raji Nevin
    Raji Nevin 2 days ago

    What about a man who weighs around 155 and is 5' 9" - and he is 70 - and he has NO fat on his body. None. He is active physically - still working - and works outside and with his hands and body. Mind is sharp also. The problem is he eats a TON of food and he eats often. I cured his psoriasis with diet by using Amy Meyers Autoimmune 30 day diet. We cut out ALL carbs and ALL sugar and ALL nightshades. Added MORE greens (we already ate greens and tons of veggies). After 30 days, he was almost 100% better. He was a carb JUNKIE and he thought that this was fine - no problem - because he is active and NOT overweight. Now, after 2 years of our new way of eating (I did add a small amount of grains - soaked - brown rice and millet mostly - to dinners), he is leaning back towards carbs. I make his lunch and he gets a HUGE salad (with all sorts of healthy things in it) every day and then I give him a small amount of nuts and a small amount of "chips" made from cassava (no corn or wheat or potatos). But I have seen he has empty bags of chips in his car. I did add extra fat - coconut oil, MCT oil, and ghee and avocado oil - to his diet so that he had enough fuel to replace all the carbs he was eating. What to do? Anyway, I wanted you to see that it is NOT always about people being overweight. I know this is what MANY focus on - but there are MANY that are not overweight. You focus on people being overweight a ton. We need good health for everyone!

  • Fuhrmann
    Fuhrmann 2 days ago

    I saw this guy. He has succesfully been doing a keto diet ru-clip.com/video/EzffheC31mA/video.html

  • Gregory M
    Gregory M 2 days ago

    Except for vaccines. They are now almost mandatory

  • Marla K
    Marla K 2 days ago

    Dr. Nadir Ali is magnificent and personifies his health and medical beliefs. He takes his own medicine and looks very well.

  • Tugrul Cavusoglu
    Tugrul Cavusoglu 2 days ago

    doc u lost me at electrical volts of the cells !!!

  • Olivia
    Olivia 2 days ago

    Excellent lecture.

  • Beniamin Śniegowski

    Anybody knows the intro song? Shazam once said The Trip And The Toll by Electroluminescent but next attempts didn't match anything.

  • Marla K
    Marla K 2 days ago

    This doctor misleads her audience with the title she has selected to her presentation which suggests she does not trust scientific evidence. The fact is she does not trust poor practices in scientific discovery motivated by profits that distort the findings.

  • Johan Löfcrantz Ramsay

    Thank you so much! Excellent presentation. Greetings from Sweden 🇸🇪

  • A B
    A B 2 days ago

    How do i cook the beef fry , bake , grill ect ? Do i use oil, butter , lard ect ?

  • jolie-fille
    jolie-fille 2 days ago

    Dr. Berg looks too thin in this video. He needs to gain his weight a little bit, l think.

  • GiGiArt.Studio
    GiGiArt.Studio 2 days ago

    I was doing a keto diet and and then found out I have Chronic Kidney Disease and was advised to stop doing keto. I don't know what to think at this point about diet.

  • Mrs Lsbc
    Mrs Lsbc 2 days ago

    I know I started intermittent fasting and low carb diet and in my last blood test this month my MD told me everything is so normal my A1C from 57 to 47 and my BP normal and all other test but my LDL cholesterol has gone up to high 😱

  • OneStep
    OneStep 2 days ago

    i would be intrested about if potassium is needed from plants but im pretty sure its not but still its a question mark for me but then i think about how i ate for years no vegetables or what ever and i was still alive and there is not much potassium in noodles and bread

  • Tespri
    Tespri 2 days ago

    Well burn muscle in way to reduce the amount of energy we need to sustain them.

  • Aslan Bosnakoglu
    Aslan Bosnakoglu 3 days ago

    lol. western science will never stop being dominated by this dogma or another. it is in your culture to be a herd. medieval peasants. just got rich by robbing the new world and jump started into science by books aquired after the genocide of muslims in spain. the ones that you dint burn that is. dante and shakespear plagiarised muslim works. 😂😂😂

  • Anony Mouse
    Anony Mouse 3 days ago

    Friends wife in another country is wheelchair confined, no trauma. Reason for this :anemia. Can't help but wonder if diet change might help....

  • JointOSRS
    JointOSRS 3 days ago

    the false information in the medical field is premeditated and intentional. there is so much money in you being fat and sick. literally genocide for profit

  • Mary Braud
    Mary Braud 3 days ago

    Thank you for addressing the emotional side of addiction.

  • Jamie Atkinson
    Jamie Atkinson 3 days ago

    My anxiety and sleep issues are worse on carnivore but not until after about 7months. I don't get it.

  • ahdi tah
    ahdi tah 3 days ago

    She is Beautiful

  • theytookmyname666
    theytookmyname666 3 days ago

    "Weight management in cancer survivors" -> This is like say you don't need a life vest until after you've nearly drowned to death.

  • Marynatimmylucyelsa Leonie

    I do wonder though, back in the day whith those long ship trips, the sailors suffered from scurvy. How does that work then 🤔

  • sherif nabil
    sherif nabil 3 days ago

    Ketosis is only good on a intermittent basis. It like exercise which is good for you, but you're not supposed to exercise all day long! You need to rest and recover. Religion is the source of our intermittent fasting ideas and it inspired scientists to study it further. Religion (Islam) also prohibits fasting all year long which I think scientists should also study to understand why. Constant ketosis is akin to fasting all year long. Too much a "good" thing can be detrimental. The best thing to get your body into Ketosis intermittently by fasting AND eating healthy carbs. If you do the math, your body will be in a state of ketosis for ~50% of the year which is the right way to do it. Going 100% ketosis is extreme, hasn't been studied long term, unsustainable, and is using your body as a guinea pig for scientific experimentation. As a Muslim who fasts Ramadan, I'm in Ketosis for an entire month plus 50% of the remainder of the year through intermittent fasting. Also, in Ramadan we break our fast on dates, fruits, and healthy carbs which allows our body to recover from Ketosis before jumping right back into it the next day. Scientific theories are changing everyday and still have a lot of catching up to do to prophetic wisdom which was practiced for thousands of years.

  • Marshall
    Marshall 3 days ago

    Thanks a lot for the video MK. Doctors now a days only want a fix to the immediate problem without finding the root cause, and it’s bullshit! It’s crazy how similar our story’s are and this video struck a spark in me that’s been shut off for years. Glad your doing well and again, thank you! I’ll do my best to keep this movement moving forward! ❤️

  • unregisturd
    unregisturd 3 days ago

    Anyone know a glucose monitor that doesn't require a monthly subscription?

  • james culshaw52
    james culshaw52 3 days ago

    I get back pain if i take statins i did and always do a process of Elimination.with many meds drink drink drink plenty of water so totally disolved in system.

  • james culshaw52
    james culshaw52 3 days ago

    Lots of doctors get paid for pushing different meds by big pharmas.

  • V S K
    V S K 3 days ago

    The main problem with meat is Factory Farming.

  • Andrew Darnley
    Andrew Darnley 3 days ago

    The tentacles of Christianity reach into all parts of or lives, even far enough to sanction medicos. First they came for my doctor , but I didn't speak out....... ?

  • Lynda Faye
    Lynda Faye 3 days ago

    the problem is, everyone's out BUYING and won't take the time to READ it! And those who SHOULD be reading it, are too busy claiming prestige as government health experts WONT? Happiness and quick pleasures can go hand in hand, wherein the word CONTENTED never seems to appear ?My housekeeper thinks she's making " making" her son "happy" by buying the "sports drinks " loaded with salt, and the strawberry banana "so termed" Natural fruit drinks ? When bananas are blended with strawberries, that IS a real natural fruit drink; but what NATURAL fruit drink also needs twenty additional ingredients added tp ot (including sugar or fructose, of course) The word " care " and natural are both great marketing ploys; "Care " now means " Can Avoid Responding to Everyone". Try calling the FDA to report these foods are unhealthy, and YOU BECOME the victim; they'll requires that you US Snail Mail a twenty page hand-written form to them, with lots of identity verifications for YOU, just to "consider" the complaint! I am now wondering if these employees OF these manufacturers as well as a few " medical professionals " at the FDA are KILLING THEIR OWN CHILDREN while requiring all of this paraphernalia from their fellow man, WHO DO CARE. " Then I wonder if these aren't the 'same medical professionals" who are pushing experimental vaccines ?Then, I wonder, why is that most medical insurance companies deny payments to "Preventative Medicine " doctors ?Then, I wonder why it is, that EPIDEMIOLOGISTS in the UK advised FRESH COOL FLOWING AIR to warn off " the" coverts , while America closed its beaches ?To My Fellow Man, I reiterate the immune boosters suggested by Swansons Health Products , that FALSIE NEVER seems to have made available for us ?(Bet he's taking them for himself, duh?) 800-700-6151. (Bromelain and NAC.) D, zinc etc. And DO TRY AGAVIE; the "really natural one" not the manufactured (videso on that.) To empower the children , " Devil be Gone With the Wind".To empower YOU..." I Ain't no Middleman" Fred Gold.& LyndaFaye"This Christmas-The Plan for 2022" LyndaFayeSmusic@gmail.com or Yahoo since Gmail charges for space, and Yahoo has ten times of the space in gigabytes.

  • William
    William 3 days ago

    Dr Mason is a legend. He gives me a lot of confidence to continue my low carb diet when other Doctors discourage me. It has change my life. Before I went on low carb I had many health problems. I had a fatty liver, acid reflux, Eczema and gout. I was taking Nexium and Celebrex Daily. I was obese at around 130kg. All those illnesses have been reversed. Not a trace of them. I lost 30kg. I’m off all the meds.

  • Ben Bernanke
    Ben Bernanke 3 days ago

    "Just have sex bro and you won't feel like comfort eating" woah great insight it was that easy

  • FREE SMOKE
    FREE SMOKE 4 days ago

    This channel is priceless.

  • Billy William
    Billy William 4 days ago

    @Low Carb Down Under The Theory of Human Evolution and Out of Africa Theory that you subscribe to is completely false and pushed by the global Zionists and Kabbalists running the Luciferian NWO. Check out Robert Sepehr for a true understanding of Mankind's development after being created by God the Father.

  • Billy William
    Billy William 4 days ago

    @Low Carb Down Under You're a puppet for the global Zionists and Kabbalists running the Luciferian NWO. ... Nevermind, you were trolling.

  • Jayne Bradley
    Jayne Bradley 4 days ago

    I think this guy is a NUT. Why have his books been out for years with so few sales? Cholesyerol and animal fats are good for you? My mom died of heart disease before vegetable oils were invented and marketed. We grew up on fried foods, high animal fats, whole milk, real butter and lard. She had high cholesterol, high BP and hypertension then heart disease. He is an eye doctor! Ask a cardiologist qnd learn the truth. Blood tests and angiograms dont lie. He hammers out advertising and plenty of social speak but this is garbage. Quit eating restaurant foods. Quit sucking down junk and sugar. Use real olive oil. Eat more vegies and fruits and good healthy nuts. Fish. Clean meats that you bake broil or boil. Throw away your deep fryer and exercise. It doesn't take a genius to know that ppl are killing themselves with laziness and conveniences. This guy is getting rich off of telling ppl what they want to hear. LARD? OMG!

  • philippa swallow
    philippa swallow 4 days ago

    Are there any at home kits to see if your diabetic

  • Logan Wolv
    Logan Wolv 4 days ago

    I thought sunflower had far more linoleic acid... but turns out it's lower than olive oil wich really suprises me since sunflower oil is known as one of the "bad oils" yet it has less linoleic acid than olive oil wich is known as a good one... what's happening here i'm quite baffled at this.

  • Logan Wolv
    Logan Wolv 4 days ago

    Honestly from what i know herbs/plants/veggies were used mostly for medicinal and spiritual purposes and meat was used for nutrition. Anyone who didin't had access to meat, only then we ate plants for nutritional purposes. Nothing wrong with eating most veggies nowadays because they're still next to harmless for most of us but yeah it seems like it still affects some people so yeah that's that. EDIT: That study that u showed about Egyptians getting heart disease and then blamed on saturated fat was really hilirious. Like they ate mostly grains, seed oils, some beans a little bit of meat, and they blamed it on saturated fat? I mean i'm not even mad, i'm just laughing at this.

  • steve carter
    steve carter 4 days ago

    PCSk9 causes severe Sinusitis! Could not Tolerate

  • eiji orochi
    eiji orochi 4 days ago

    thanks for the helpful information. I’m on keto and IF (20/4) since march. Absolutely avoiding all carbs (except fiber), going on high fat (coconut, olive, nuts), adequate proteins(pork, fish), walking at least 1 hour a day, supplementing (vitamin D3 10k IU, natto, vitamin b complex, magnesium malate 800-1000mg, coconut oil, olive oil, omega 3, vitamin c, zinc, l-carnitine, alpha lipoic acid, turmeric, black pepper, moringa, lots of water, lemon juice, ACV, rock salt). Although in my annual medical checkup (last month) I got high LDL 210 , higher triglycerides but still below 130, a bit lower HDL but still above 50. Also high uric acid (7.9), and it showed sinus arrhythmia for the first time. I just don’t get it. Am I doing something wrong? No cheating days. For positive results, I managed to lose 13 kg, lower glucose (79), lower Hba1c. (5,1) and feel better though. Any thoughts?