Ketovangelist podcast website

https://www.ketovangelist.com/

 

Trudi Deakin on Ketovangelist:

https://www.ketovangelist.com/episode-177-trudi-deakin-from-ketocon-2018/

 

This podcast episode is fantastic, even for non-keto people.

 

She talked about the whole “energy balance” thing. This is often times known as Calories in/Calories out. She shares from a scientific perspective how it isn’t all about the balance when it comes to achieving optimal health. Listen up an take notes. You’ll probably need them the next time you get someone trying to convince you that calories in/calories out is the only way to go!

 

Trudi sites study after study including the biggest loser.

 

She backs up what we know.

 

Diabetes is an insulin problem, not a calories in calories out problem

 

Trudi talks about plateaus

 

its really hard to measure basal metabolic rate.  you have to put them into a metabolic chamber that measures heat expenditure

 

the length of the overnight fast is helpful.

individuals who fasted for 12 or more lost more fat

 

 

continuous energy restriction is not as good as intermittent energy restriction

at 6 months, was 9 kilos vs 14 kilos for those who did intermittent energy restriction

 

and damage to metabolic rate was much less for the intermitted fasters

 

 

 

eat less and move more people end up eating little and often

 

 

trudi sites many studies including 2 meals vs 6 meals

the meals did so much better for weight control and blood glucose control

 

 

in the book diabetes unpacked says if you’re eating more than 2x a day, you’re feeding your reward center in your brain not

 

breakfast is NOT the most important of the day

 

other hints:

reduce stress

sleep better

meditation may help

 

obesity really is a hormonal condition

 

our brain can do 80% of its function on ketones, which is a cleaner energy

 

 

not all calories are equal

a low fat diet has not been shown to be effective

physical activity drives appetite

plateau is mainly due to a reduction in basal metabolic rate

which can cause a metabolic adaptation that can cause long term reduction

 

we need to drive down insulin levels

 

This ain’t medical advice. Consult your doctor

 

You’re awesome! You’re fantastic

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