10 Mistakes Stopping You From Losing Belly Fat –  Real Doctor Reviews

10 Mistakes Stopping You From Losing Belly Fat – Real Doctor Reviews


Hello Health Champions. Today I am going to talk about 10 mistakes
that could stop you from losing the belly fat and this is a review of a list that I
found on Cosmopolitan Magazine online so we’re going to go through the points and we’re going
to find out if they have some sensible information where they say some good things that work
where they might fall a little bit short and overall just feeling the picture a little
bit coming right up hey I’m Doctor Ekberg I’m a holistic doctor and a former Olympic
decathlete and if you want to truly Master Health by understanding how the body really
works make sure you subscribe and hit that notification Bell so you don’t miss anything
so for this particular list their Cosmopolitan magazine had consulted dr. Luke James in the United Kingdom and we’re
going to go right in and see how close they got mistake number one not getting enough
sleep that is correct and there’s actually a good amount of research these days they’ve
done it several times where they find that if you don’t sleep enough if you sleep poorly
or you have short duration of sleep then your body makes more ghrelin which is a hunger
hormone makes you hungrier and it makes less leptin which is the satiety hormone so it
hits you both ways not getting enough sleep that you get more of a hormone that makes
you angrier and less of a hormone that makes you satiated so you’re going to end up eating
more mistake number 2 you are doing the wrong kind of exercise and the internet is riddled
with articles and videos that somehow want to make you believe that if you do crunches
you will burn body fat and that’s just plain wrong because if you have a muscle and you
have a layer of fat on top of that muscle or underneath the muscle which is the case
in belly fat then it is not going to pull energy it’s not going to pull fats from the
adjacent fat into the muscle to provide energy the energy comes from the blood the blood
is a transport system and it goes all the way around your body all right so you’re not
going to burn fat in a particular location by using by exercising those muscles that
just plain wrong it’s a hormone problem it’s about ghrelin and leptin and insulin and cortisol
and doing some crunches is not going to help that so they’re absolutely right in that miss
their dispelling that meth instead that dr. Luke is suggesting to do some high-intensity
interval training which is spot-on so great job on number two absolutely right number
three eating too many sugars and carbs well that’s a no-brainer at least if you’ve been
watching this channel that sugar is the root of all evil and carbohydrates can be reinforcing
the problem especially if you become insulin-resistant so you don’t get fat by eating fat so they’re
absolutely correct this is not a mystery maybe in the World At Large they still believe that
eating fat makes you fat but this is absolutely correct it’s all about sugar and carbohydrates
sugar is the worst one because it is 50% glucose 50% fructose to glucose will raise your blood
sugar and Trigger insulin and the fructose will clog up your liver and makes your insulin
resistance and then that is what creates that belly fat in combination with cortisol mistake
number for you’re not eating enough protein so the article says you should eat more protein
so you can build muscle because that has a higher metabolic rate and that is all true
however you don’t want to think that eating more protein is going to build more muscle
you need adequate protein because excess protein is going to trigger insulin and it’s going
to get converted to Fat all the same especially if you’re insulin now the great part about
protein is that it is very satiating just like that it makes you feel full and you stay
faithful so it kind of depends on the person a little bit some people can go carnivore
and have great results but for other people that still going to trigger too much insulin
that extra protein so figure out what works for you on point number for here is where
I also feel that the article makes one big mistake they you should eat lots of protein
but you should focus on lean protein and avoid the fatty Cuts because it could have too much
saturated fat then again there again victim in the old myths that it’s the saturated versus
unsaturated fat that matters rather than the quality of them so here’s what I would suggest
if you’re eating grain-fed if you can’t find grass-fed or if it’s too expensive or tours
are you eating grain-fed go for the lean Cuts because that fat is not particularly healthy
it’s too high in omega-6 is where is if you can find grass-fed if it’s available like
some areas around where I live Walmart has ground beef 15% fat grass-fed organic fantastic
meat so there I would every time I would go for the higher fat content because it’s a
healthy saturated fat good balance omega-3 and omega-6 is so it’s not about saturated
vs. unsaturated it’s about the quality of the fat and the quality of the food in general
and on that note I could also say that I think they make a mistake here in omitting the fact
that you have to replace the carbohydrates with something and the only suggestion I have
is the protein whereas for most people the sensible thing to replace sugar and carbs
with is quality fat so no place in here do they talk about eating more fat they’re just
talking about eating less carbohydrates and sugar and maybe increasing protein a little
bit but they’re not really saying to eat that instead of the carbs and in doing that they’re
sort of just restricting the food and there’s a chance now that you’re going to get hungry
and it’s going to be more difficult for you to stay that’s so the thing to eat a little
bit more of as needed to fulfill your hunger is high-quality fats 5 you are too stressed
or too anxious and this is absolutely true that if your stressed or anxious you’re going
to trigger more cortisol cortisol is a stress hormone that will raise blood sugar and blood
sugar will trigger insulin and Insulin with will put the energy right back where it started
it will turn that sugar into fat so stress tricks your body in producing more blood sugar
than it really needs because the system is designed for you to being chased by something
and running away or climbing a tree and then that extra blood sugar was useful but if you’re
just being stressed sitting behind a desk or behind a steering wheel in a car there
is no outlet for that sugar so the stress tricks the body to make blood sugar you don’t
need and that’s the dangerous part so now that blood sugar gets converted right back
to fat and it sits right on your midsection as intra-abdominal fat and again it’s not
the fat per say that is so dangerous it’s the fact that it resulted from stress because
stress changes your body is priorities it changes the hormones that changes your metabolism
it changes priorities in your body so when you’re stressed you turn off the healing and
digestion and you turn on all those stress responses that’s why it’s a bad thing mistake
number 6 you’re expecting a quick fix and this might be the most common problem that
people don’t understand what weight loss is where we’re hooked on the idea of a quick
fix and there’s no such thing if you want a quick fix you can at best get a temporary
result so there’s two reasons for this and they’re mentioning one of them in the article
and it’s an important one it’s that the brain needs time to rewire it takes time to develop
new habits up to 12 weeks so if you don’t give you a time yourself time to change your
lifestyle then it’s also going to be a short-term changed but the biggest reason that we cannot
expect a quick fix is that these problems depend on insulin resistance and fatty liver
and carb dependence and they develop over years or decades so we can’t expect to reverse
is metabolic changes in days or weeks or even months it’s going to take the time that it
takes if we want a long-term result right now and I don’t think anybody honestly wants
to just lose the weight and then gain it back everybody even though they say I just want
to lose the way right now for this for this occasion or this event or because I feel like
it you really don’t want to gain it back so do it right number 7 you’re not tracking your
progress and here they’re saying that there’s apps available for phones and computers that
can help you track your food intake and your calories burned during exercise and this is
true we need to track but it’s a little disappointing that they’re talking about tracking the calories
burned during exercise because now they’re making it more about calorie restriction and
short-term changes again I think it’s okay to track these things that you want to track
your food intake but more than that you want to track the amount of sugar and the amount
of carbs and make sure that they’re low enough to be either in ketosis or at least a low-carb
lifestyle you want to track the real things that are going to change sure you could track
your weight as long as you don’t get hung up on it and expect to put it on a timeline
and expect to change quickly but what you want to track or the root causes or rather
the true measurement of the imbalance which is your glucose or ketones your A1C and your
fasting insulin these are the things that change over months and years and decades and
those are the ones we truly have to reverse if we want to make this long-term if you want
to lose that belly fat and that weight but you have a high fasting insulin then you can
punish your body for a while but the body’s going to come back because you’re insulin
resistant your body is still trying to store away more than it’s trying to burn you’re
still in fat storing rather than fat burning number age your crash dieting and here they
say it very well crash diets might help you to lose a few pounds at first but they’re
hard to sustain actually they’re impossible to sustain that’s why they don’t work and
they won’t help you keep the weight off it’s impossible to go hungry for the rest of your
life can’t do it and if you punish your body it’s going to be a short-term change been
in the same paragraph on Crash dieting they’re saying make sensible healthy changes to your
lifestyle that you can stick to and avoid the fad diets so absolutely true the only
problem here is do we know what what a fad diet is what we can say for sure is that the
standard American diet the way that we have been eating for the last 50-60 years is a
fad diet some people think that if you just tweaked that one a little bit but if you keep
it low fat than you eat lots of vegetables and lots of brain Brad and lots of pasta that
that’s a sensible balanced diet it is not it’s a fad diet by definition of fad diet
or something short term that people get emotionally invested in but it doesn’t work in the long
time and I think the track record is there to prove that the standard American diet even
if you tweak it a little bit it might be able to keep an insulin sensitive person in a relatively
good place but it won’t help an insulin-resistant person to reverse it we need to go a little
bit further so a fad diet the thing to understand is a low-carb diet is not a fad diet a ketogenic
diet is not a fad diet it is how you were designed it’s what humans have eaten for most
of our existence and we had some plants seasonally we had some fruits seasonally but for most
of the Year depending on where you lived on the planet if you lived around the equator
you had more plants if you lived further north or south then you had less plants and then
you would be in a mostly ketogenic diet for most of the Year Eskimos for example the Inuits
they eat mostly fish and seal they have very few plans they would be almost perpetually
in a ketogenic diet with few exceptions absolutely true make sensible changes and avoid fad diet
but take enough time that you what’s sensible changes and sensible food is and what fad
diets are mistake number 9 you are doing too much you are trying too hard and again this
goes back to why I don’t want you to track calories by exercise because if you think
the burning more calories and exercise is a good thing then you might fall trap into
number 9 here if you exercise too much and you do too many hard things then you will
have too much cortisol which we talked about is a bad idea but there’s also the need for
recovery and exercise that you put in some activity and now your body needs to recover
we need to keep this in Balance cuz otherwise is unhealthy at so many levels number 10 you
haven’t got the right exercise balance and again this is true but what is that balance
So He suggests that early on that you do some high-intensity interval training and here
again he says that high intensity interval training is good that it burns a lot of energy
and calories again that’s not why we do it we do it to stimulate growth hormone and to
stimulate a papaji those are extremely healthy mechanisms and principles in the body that’s
why we do it but we got to keep it short enough bad we don’t stress the body too much so we’re
not concerned with how many calories you’re burning then he says that you need to make
a balance that in addition to high intensity interval training or hit you also can do weight
which again is true but it’s not the balance between hid and weights that you’re looking
for you looking for the balance between high intensity and low intensity and I would say
do some hit absolutely and do some weight and do weights in a way that it resembles
high intensity because the high-intensity the purpose of that is simply to stress your
body to challenge your body to punish your body during a very short time that it gets
the idea that it has to make more growth hormone it has to get better it has to change and
adapt so that he can handle that challenge better next time that’s the purpose of the
high-intensity and you can do the same thing with weight if you lift really heavy you’re
giving the body the message that it needs to change it needs to get better but both
of these are sort of high-intensity and you can do them but don’t do too much I would
keep probably wait I would limit that to maybe 30 to 60 minutes and probably no more than
3 times a week but again it doesn’t mean that you do 60 Minutes that where you go set and
then you take a few minutes rest and you do a really heavy set and so on then it resembles
the high intensity more but the other side of that is the aerobic so now those are the
exercises you can do long-term long-duration so these you can do for an hour or 90 minutes
or two hours even and they’re simple things like going for a walk when you keep your exercise
level low when it’s a nice gentle exercise then you don’t trigger that cord is also now
you’re still in almost a hundred percent you like 80% Plus in fat burning when you keep
the intensity low so that’s the balance that were talking about when we talk about exercise
balance it’s the high intensity and weight versus the slow aerobic it’s not about the
balance between different types of hit and weight list list the top 10 because I like
the number 10 we have 10 fingers but the original list actually had number 11 so here’s that
little bonus that mistake number 11 is if you’ve lost the motivation so now you kind
of drop off and I think we want to try to get away from the word motivation I think
we want to switch to inspiration and they’re up for a lot of people that sounds like kind
of the same thing but there’s a world of difference because motivation is something that is done
to you from the outside it’s it’s a force that is trying to motivate you from the outside
of you and then it feels a lot like effort it feels a lot like stress it feels a lot
like should and then we try to avoid it we feel pressure from motivation where inspiration
comes from the word inspired which means to breathe in and it is light and it is delightful
and it gives us energy there is no pressure there is no stress from inspiration and where
do we get inspiration we get inspiration by having goals that we move toward they don’t
set a goal that creates pressure but learn how to set goals properly goals that you feel
good about focus on how you want to feel focus on what you will be able to do and watch those
goals on a daily basis if the gold doesn’t Inspire do if the gold feels like too much
effort then switch it to something that will inspire you so how did they score overall
well I’m very pleased with the article I think it’s great that there is some good information
out there all of this information would be very helpful to most people so they get 100%
check mark for most of these but I didn’t like the fact that they’re saying to sent
to limit saturated fats and they’re not really telling you what to eat instead of the carbohydrates
except to eat enough protein and there were just a little bit incomplete on a couple of
points here but overall I’m extremely pleased I think it’s one of the best pieces of information
that I’ve seen if you enjoy this video make sure that you take a look at that one also
thank you so much for watching I’ll see you next time

100 thoughts on “10 Mistakes Stopping You From Losing Belly Fat – Real Doctor Reviews

  1. You will probably like this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwaKQH625dw&list=PLpTTF6wMDLR6JBSHLGZEqzWV7AN41XBSt

  2. I watched your other videos on exercise and I have a question if you could answer please..How long after the meal we should start doing a aerobic walks and HIIT…Thank You

  3. HIIT is required for someone following Keto? One of your video said HIIT burns carbs and steady cardio burns fat.

  4. Folks, I'd think twice about buying Walmart's grassfed beef. I tried both their Marketside ground beef & a steak a few months ago. The price was great, but neither one tasted like grassfed beef. When that's what you eat routinely, you notice the difference right away.

  5. Iโ€™ll be 40 yo this year. Luckily I donโ€™t have and never had belly fat. I love your videos because I donโ€™t wanna get belly fat in future.

  6. Hi Dr Sten, why do i always get a craving for sugar just after my diner? N thk u for your article๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ™‚

  7. Thank you for all the information. I have lost 25 kg with keto/low carb but my last 5-10kg of fat is really tightly attached and I have noticed that I need to rev up my methods get rid of it. I guess intermittent fasting is the way to go.

  8. Hello Doc. I must say you're teachings are extraordinary. I ve learnt so much i lost 20kg and even put on some muscle at 43yrs. I owe my restored healt to you and God. I ve started my own channel just hope u wont sue me for copyright cos I teach most of what i learnt from you. I also want to touch life just like u ve done mind. The channel will also keep me motivated. My first video went live on the 4th. And i ve batch 8 more video to be posted weekly. Thanks alot for saving my life. God bless you

  9. Doctor Ekberg, I have a question please. Ive been doing keto for 3 months and after reaching my ideal weight, I want to switch to low carb because it suits my lifestyle so much more. Is it true that combining fat and carbs is so bad? Say for ex: Steel cut oats with an avocado and peanut butter. Doesn't fat actually decrease the GI of the carb ?? Please answer me.

  10. Serรญa bueno realizar traducciones en espaรฑol subtituladas para los miles de hispano parlantes que seguimos al Dr Y su dominio del inglรฉs no es perfecto

  11. At 40 I had twins. Was a healthy size 6. This change with a 5 year old and the financial meltdown in 2007, I began to eat during the stress.My pants/tops size has been a size 14 for 13 years. Keto diet has me at size 12 for 7 months now. I am measuring my measurements and not looking at the scales. Steady at the helm with keto, hoping I can see a size 10 in another 7 months. There is no saggy skin so I truly believe quick weight loss is not in my best interest. Thank you for the videos. They help me stay motivated.

  12. Another awesome video Dr Ekberg, thank you very much.

    I've been on Ketogenic diet for few months now, after watching several of your videos. However, I can't increase my animal fat intake because I noticed my blood pressure kept rising the more I take in fat. I've reduced my fat intake for 6 days now and my blood pressure has plummeted. Is there any way out of this quagmire?

  13. Hi ๐Ÿ™‚ love your videos. I have been on a keto diet for quite some time and i do intermittent fasting on a day to day basis. I think i am able to stay under 30 carbs a day some times less. I walk a lot and try to walk at least 4 km 3 days a week. I try to fast 36 hours once a month. I try to get at least 7 hours of sleep each night. Not sure how many calories i eat a day but i am for sure not over 1500 a day (usually a lot less) for at least 5-8 months I have not lost any weight and i can for the life of me not understand why. I am 49 years old now in January. pretty much over menopase. what am i doing wrong?? ๐Ÿ™ feeling a little frustrated these days
    Please help me

  14. Excellent explanation as always ๐Ÿ‘
    Personally I do low-carb Paleo because with pure keto I loose too much weight. In addition to grass fed meat, wild fish, eggs, avocado, olive oil, ghee, and green vegetables, I get some low-glycemic fruits like ananas or berries just after my workout. Of course macros are always around 5-10% carbs, 67-70% fat, and 20-25% proteins (my daily intake is around 3400-3600 kcal).

  15. Dr, I am ever learning. You yourself, inspire the desire that helps me stay on track. Thank you for sharing
    May Blessings come your way. Sincerely, Angela ๐Ÿ˜Š๐ŸŒป

  16. Hey Dr Ekberg, not sure how relevant this is to this podcast, but does it matter, when you're eating a meal, if you eat it slowly over 20 minutes, than eating normally. Or is it irrelevant? Thanks

  17. Started watching this channel two months ago, went OMAD and Keto diet the next day.
    Lost 11 kg with no exercise, unemployed and just watching sports on tv, tying salmon
    flies and just waiting for the summer. Probably going to start doing some HIT and lose
    even more weight ๐Ÿ˜‰ This works like a charm, but I'm an ectomorph so I might have
    some edge? Anyways, this is da shiet!, love it

  18. Hi Dr. Ekberg, I'm having a very difficult time lowering the carbs to 20 or below. Anxiety, fatigue, interrupted sleep, and sweet cravings. Would it be better to step down slower?
    Say 50 net carbs per day…wean myself off them? If I could go on vacation and deal with the withdrawals I would, but I can't.

  19. Dear Sir, Please provide your information on computer screen so that we can see it clearly.Thank you for your grate teaching.

  20. What's some healthy high fat food I can indulge in? Because I want to eat healthily and only healthy fats I know of are cooking oils (olive, coconut) and nuts and avocado. How is that gonna take up most of my diet whilst low carbing? My diet at the moment consists of higher protein then fat then carb die to not having healthy fats that take up big space.

  21. I would like if you could talk about what foods and or combinations to avoid to not trigger too high insulin stimulus. To that you will probably tell me to just eat meats and healthy fats, but to that i want to know why studies show that meat (protein) stimulate insulin just as much or more..

  22. 1:54 TRUTH!!!! I have done abs exercises and I did lose 1-2 inches but the fat over the muscles still exist with the same calories intake I have daily. The muscles did firm up but the fats stayed. I have to do more intermittent fasting and diet change for sure.

  23. But Dr Ekberg, when you discourage sugar, what about fruits? It's summer and fruits like bananas, mangoes, peaches etc are in season and it is sad that we can't eat them? When you say carbs, what carbs are you talking about to cut out? I am not a big eat meater due to ethical reasons. I eat mainly seafood now.

  24. I have seen a lot of ppl touching this topic. But yours is the best video i have ever seen.. thank you so much

  25. We really enjoyed this session again ๐Ÿ™‚ Thankyou Dr Ekberg !!
    In your opinion is Water KEFIR a good way to ingest a bunch of good pro-biotics? What would I have to watch out for?
    Thank you again ๐Ÿ™‚
    Ted & Rosie – Nomads Across Australia

  26. Hi Dr. Ekberg. You have inspired and motivated me a lot to revers my diabetes. But I don't have belly fat and I am 52 kilograms and still insulin resistant. I followed your OMAD I exercise like you said but I want to gain weight. What can I do? By the way I watched all your videos. Thanks a lot.

  27. Hi thank you dr Ekberg for sharing valuable information. Could you comment in a next video the article on intermittent fasting in the New England journal of medicine. Thanks

  28. Need help, Iโ€™ve been on keto for 10 months, lost 50 pounds in the first 6-1/2 months and plateaued at 290 pounds. During this time I walked at least 25 miles per week then switched over to swimming and weights through the winter. ( last 3 months) . About 7 hours a week if ( 3 hours swimming at a slower rate and weights about 4 hours a week.
    After watching your programs I decided to start intermittent fasting. (18/6 )Iโ€™ve been waking in the morning hungry but replaced eating with swimming or weight workouts. The workouts rid me of hunger but am I loading my body with cortisone and glucose. ? My weight loss is still flatlined.
    Although I am feeling just fine, and seem to be dropping inches I still would like to lose more weight. I am a 65 year old man 6ft 1in tall.

  29. I wish you'd address acidosis from keto diets, which if excess protein, for some of us, may cause a uric acid condition aka "gout". Sore muscles from acidosis, not unlike buildup of lactic acid after a workout.

  30. U deserve at least 5 million subscribers doc.. u explain more scientifically than doctor eric berg, but his contents are good too. But i love your 20min videos.

  31. Thank you once again for this informative video. You are amazing as usual. ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™. I have attained a plateau in weightloss and I am going to go back to all your earlier posts to see where I am going wrong. This upload from you comes handy.

  32. YOU ARE THE BEST! The way you explain the information is the best. I don't feel "talked at" instead it feels almost parental( good parenting ๐Ÿ˜Š) Thanks for the clarification

  33. Probably could have mentioned the 9/10 rule where you don't have to be perfect all the time. I remember Chris Kresser had a patient who was really strict on his diet and his health was going bad. His health improved the next session because he decided to go out occasionally for beer and pizza with his friends.

  34. Whenever I hear you talk, it feels as if a father figure is trying to make me understand how I shouldn't abuse my body and how I should take utmost care of it. Thank you Sir.

  35. Dr Ekberg, is there anything you can talk about regarding acne? I'm a male and i have had chin acne (whiteheads) for years and i can't get rid of it, ive tried everything.

  36. ๐Ÿšถ๐Ÿปโ€โ™‚๏ธ Looks like Cosmo scores like hmm FAT burning % in over alls ๐Ÿ˜
    Is it really so simple ๐Ÿค”

  37. Crystal clear as always Dr E.
    Thank you for your very informative video's.
    I used to be on a SAD diet and after watching your videos I have completely transformed my life avoiding diabetes and coming off BP medication and loosing a lot of weight
    Many thanks and much appreciated.
    Joe

  38. Pls Dr. Berg, can you make a particular video on point 9 too much training? I lift hard 7 days a week (my goal is strength, not ripped body primaly), im experienced, i eat very well but im still beeing around 18 % body fat a im a little surprised and concerned… thank you very much, im your fan:)

  39. "100%% grass fed is a lie its not 100% if it doesn't state "grass finished". What has made keto sustainable has been getting good at finding healthy substitutions if I have a craving there is no need or want for carbs.

  40. I find your videos very informed and very good, you have the right Speed, not too fast and not too slow. You speak clearly and precisely. You make excellent points. Each video Iโ€™ve watched I can see you are very consistent….. if you donโ€™t mind a little bit of criticism your whiteboard could be better, some letters are hard to make out, and some abbreviations are hard to understand. For me I try to clean everything I can so spelling is important. Please continue your videos, theyโ€™re excellent.

    Blessings

  41. I do not like the word Keto; which suggest you are on a diet rather than a lifestyle change. If you've eaten junk it's important to change your lifestyle rather than start a diet. Common sense tells you the better the food you eat, the better your sleep habits become and exercise on a regular basis such as walking daily your body will reward you in a loss of weight plus a buildup of muscle. Since muscle is heavier than fat you may not see a loss of weight but a loss of size.
    Your video is interesting.

  42. correct me if im wrong, but doesnt autophagy take over 24 hours of fasting to come into play ? First time ive heard HIIT can make the autophagy start. Great vids btw!;D

  43. Iโ€™m someone who likes a glass of wine here and there. Which of the two between dry and red wine is likely to trigger insulin more or anything alcohol related triggers it in the same magnitude? Thanks in advance Dr! Recently stumbled your channel. Very informative!

  44. Thank you sooooo much for the easy listening explanation and teaching. I Love to listen to all your teaching to help people to understand their body. Thank you.

  45. A Question about body scars inside from multiple big operations, due to a heavy car accident. I've listened to one of your video's that if that is the case your body has difficulties to function right? I live for about 3 years low carb and of and on IF I feel good and don't need to lose weight. My goal is a healthy lifestyle to stay happy and fit. I do workout 3x a week with weights and 1x a week Zumba. Can I still get the same benefits compared to somebody without all the scaring in en outside? Thank you.

  46. For Dr. Sten Ekberg: Canceling my subscription. You consistently stick your fingers in the viewers eye. Also; you have a general attitude that says, "I am the expert, I have the definitive answer, and you must do as I say." There are much better presenters of this content.

  47. Diagnosed with Grade 2 Fatty liver 3 months back. Found Dr.Sten's channel, followed his instructions and now after 3 months, there is no evidence of fatty liver.

  48. This is where I'm confused regarding beef. I buy organic thinking it's optimal, but now hearing it should be grass fed because of the omega profile. I want to eat for health, should I opt for grass fed instead of organic?

    It seems difficult to find both organic and grass fed.

    I've started using descicaded (sp) liver supplement from Argentina, which is grass fed. At least I'm doing this.

  49. Ahhha moment what you said about meat. I go for the fatty meat… but now I will go for the lean. My meats are 90% of the time not grass fed/grass finished.

  50. I get my beef from a local butcher. His beef is local and all the cows I see around where I live are always out in the fields eating grass. Wintertime they eat hay. I notice a huge difference in taste when I eat other beef.

  51. Most people fail by eating too many carbs. 20g of carbs is just a tiny bit and much less than you think. Eating too much protein because it spikes insulin too. Not as much as sugar but it does raise it.

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