35. How Do Raise Kids & Family on a Healthy Ketogenic Diet? || Danny & Maura Vega

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25. The Importance of Protein & Myths About Protein Overconsumption || Dr. Ted Naiman

Our special 25th podcast episode! As the battle between fats and carbs rage on, we're not only ignoring the importance of protein but also demonizing it. In this episode, we bust away with myths against protein over-consumption. Bio: Dr. Ted Naiman is a jacked-to-the-gills board-certified Family Medicine physician and has spent his life studying diet and exercise and their impact on health. He has used lifestyle interventions to change the lives of thousands of people and cure metabolic and autoimmune diseases.  Time Stamps: 6:08 – Dr. Ted Naiman’s story 7:57 – Is the medical community moving towards low carb? 9:20 – How do make the infamous “Ted Naiman Infographics”? 11:40 – Is formal education the way to go now? 13:31 – Obesity & fat storage in an evolutionary context 18:15 – Insulin resistance as an energy overload problem 20:08 – Molecular activity during insulin resistance 20:45 – Exceptions to Low Carb & Keto diets 23:36 – What is your diet plan like? 26:31 – Book recommendations for nutrition 27:47 – What drives you to do good? 31:47 – Can vegan diets work long term? 36:33 – Minimal workout for maximum results 39:12 – The protective effect of muscles 42:17 – Why most blood tests and labs are pointless 46:41 – Protein leverage hypothesis and why protein restriction in most cases is a terrible idea 50:24 – Preferential glucose requirements and hierarchy 52:08 – What is the ‘Protein Sparing Modified Fast’ and how powerful is it? 54:43 – Why carnivore diet is the antidote of veganism 57:09 – Caution about plant foods 1:00:38 – What is ‘adequate protein’? 1:04:58 – Important discussion on eating too much fat and gaining weight on Keto 1:09:44 – Why blood sugar and A1C doesn’t go down and may even go up on Keto and Low Carb diets 1:16:15 – Potato 1:18:27 – When should people reach out to you? 1:21:02 – Bone health, kidney damage, gluconeogenesis and myths against high protein intake 1:24:34 – Importance of exercise 1:25:53 – Final Plugs Links: Shop Ghee on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Ketogeek-Ghee-Organic-Grass-Fed-Butter/dp/B07B29HM3D Ted Naiman Website: http://burnfatnotsugar.com Ted Naiman Twitter: https://twitter.com/tednaiman Burn Fat Not Sugar Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BurnFatNotSugar/ Ketogeek: https://ketogeek.com/ Shop Energy Pods: https://ketogeek.com/collections/energy-pods Ketogeek Newsletter: https://ketogeek.com/pages/sign-up  

31. All You Need To Know About The Ketogenic Diet || Craig Emmerich

You've all heard about the Ketogenic Diet. In this podcast we talk about some of the finer details of what constitutes a Ketogenic Diet and how it works.  Bio: Craig Emmerich graduated in Electrical Engineering and has always had a systems approach to his work. He followed his wife Maria Emmerich into the nutrition field and has since dedicated his time researching and looking at nutrition and biology from a systems perspective. Over the last 8 years he has worked with hundreds of clients along side Maria to help them heal their bodies and lose weight leveraging their biology to make it easy. Time Stamps: 0:16 – Energy Pod Plug 6:26 – How did you get into LC & Keto 8:19 – Did you face backlash going Keto? 9:57 – People who influenced your journey 13:21 – How do research for your book and stay on top of science? 16:27 – Fastest way to die by ketosis? 16:52 – Stages of Keto, adaption and mitochondrial growth 20:37 – How excessive sugar intake can speed up aging 22:10 – Can eating an avocado help mitochondrial function? 23:07 – Fat storage & feedback loop 26:03 – What exactly is inflammation and what causes it? 27:52 – Do various types of carbs, fats and proteins impact insulin differently? 28:52 – Why carbs raises insulin more than other macronutrients? 30:49 – Why can we hold only 4g of glucose in the bloodstream? 33:32 – What is the “Thermic Effect” of food? 37:19 – Protein requirement for protein sparing modifying fast? 39:55 – How do nutrition labels translate into actual calories? 42:58 – Flax seeds and estrogen 43:41 – Do calories matter? 47:53 – What is fat flux? 52:41 – Is there a limit to how much fat you can have in blood stream? 53:48 – Alcohol, oxidative priority and weight loss 1:02:14 – Best way to raise and lower insulin? 1:03:40 – How do you start fasting? 1:06:26 – Electrolyte requirements on a Ketogenic diet 1:10:28 – Electrolyte deficiency symptoms 1:11:51 – What are anti-nutrients and what do they do? 1:13:15 – Nutrient density of animal vs. plants 1:16:28 – Animal propensity for eating organ meats 1:17:36 – Bioavailability of various foods 1:24:55 – Final Plugs Links:   Shop Energy Pods: https://ketogeek.com/collections/energy-pods Shop Ghee: https://ketogeek.com/collections/alchemy/products/ghee Ketogeek Newsletter: https://ketogeek.com/pages/sign-up Craig & Maria Blog: http://mariamindbodyhealth.com/ Craig & Maria Support site: http://keto-adapted.com/ Craig & Maria Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ketoadapted Book: https://www.amazon.com/Keto-Complete-Ketogenic-including-Simplified/dp/1628602821    

33. What Happens When You Eat Nothing But Bacon for 30 Days || Dan Quibell

What happens when you eat nothing but bacon for 30 days? We talk with the man behind The Bacon Experiment and find out what happens to the body when you undertake such an experiment.  Bio: Dan Quibell is the founder of The Bacon Experiment and a ketogenic lifestyle coach. He facilitates a free week trial of his popular program Beyond The Bacon Experiment at www.freeketochallenge.com Dan is passionate about helping others to adapt to Keto and get healthier one slice of bacon at a time. He lives in Ontario with his wife and two children. Time Stamps: 0:56 – New flavor announcement 2:56 – Study on Erythritol & a response to sweeteners causing cravings 8:57 – How’s the Keto scene in Canada 9:41 – “The Bacon Tour” 10:05 – What is the best kind of bacon? 11:40 – How did you get into Keto/LC? 18:32 – Why did you get into the bacon challenge? 19:55 – How did biomarkers and body change before and after the 30 days of bacon? 21:19 – Did anything get worse? 22:40 – How much fat is left in bacon after cooking it? 24:50 – What did you learn from this experiment? 27:12 – Can you sustain an all bacon diet long term? 28:32 – What happened to cravings?                                    30:42 – What kind of anecdotal improvements are noticed with such a protocol? 33:33 – What projects are you working on? 36:50 – How is your Keto challenge different from others? 39:21 – What is your own diet like? 40:59 – “Purse bacon” and bacon on the go! 44:10 – Making bacon at home 45:41 – How to shop for bacon in the store? 51:15 – Can such a diet be used for 53:38 – Getting started on The Bacon Experiment 57:03 – Can you gain weight on the Bacon Experiment? 1:01:22 – Final Plugs Links: Chocolate Fudge Energy Pod on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07B88S36J Shop Energy Pods: https://ketogeek.com/collections/energy-pods Shop Ghee: https://ketogeek.com/collections/alchemy/products/ghee Ketogeek Newsletter: https://ketogeek.com/pages/sign-up Erythritol produced in body via. PPP: http://www.pnas.org/content/114/21/E4233 (They decided to associate the study with adiposity... *rolls eyes*) Dan Quibell Links: Free Keto Challenge: http://www.freeketochallenge.com Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/thebaconexperiment/about/ Podcast Links: Jimmy Moore Podcast: http://livinlavidalowcarb.com/ Fat Burning Man Podcast: http://fatburningman.com/ 2KetoDudes Podcast: http://2ketodudes.com/  

29. The Philosophy of Suffering & Dogma of Veganism || Daniel Wiseman

In this highly controversial podcast, we talk about the philosophy of animal suffering, comparison of animal and plant based diets and challenging conventional wisdom. This episode is not for the faint of hearts. Bio: Daniel is a 32 year old engineer here in Northern California. Employed in the technical sales world, he had taken his health for granted and after getting fat, sick and constantly in pain, he decided to take his health in his own hands. He can be found on twitter with the handle @steakandiron Time Stamps: 2:24 – Challenging the “real food” 7:26 – How did you begin your twitter journey? 9:42 – Engagement on twitter 11:30 – How did you get into Keto/Carnivore? 19:30 – Veggies, upset stomach and eating raw meat 23:55 – Fruits nowadays are just fructose bombs and candies 26:14 – The health halo around vegetables and cocktail of chemicals 27:10 – How animals survive vs. plants 30:07 – Conducting self-studies using a carnivorous diet 32:13 – Hijacking the brain’s circuitry and failure of ‘eat less, move more’ advice 33:53 – The biggest self-genocide of human history 34:43 – The religious dogma of veganism 37:41 – Why good intentions don’t always translate into good actions 40:54 – The philosophy of animal suffering and realities of nature 45:02 – Human suffering and failure of the medical system 47:37 – Why growing suppression of ideas and opinions in colleges is dangerous 51:09 – Thought crime and demonizing opposite opinions 55:56 – How do differentiate open and close-minded people? 57:56 – How should someone approach you? 1:00:29 – Favorite books 1:04:45 – Simplicity as a double-edged sword 1:06:45 – Science and application of addiction 1:14:10 – Final Plugs Links:Daniel Wiseman Twitter: https://twitter.com/SteakAndIron Ketogeek Energy Pods: https://ketogeek.com/collections/energy-pods Ketogeek Ghee, Pasture Raised & Organic: https://ketogeek.com/collections/alchemy/products/ghee Ketogeek Newsletter: https://ketogeek.com/pages/sign-up

Knowing all about healthy diet and nutrition is one thing but how do you take all that you learn and apply it to yourself and your own family, especially when it comes to raising your children in a healthy way? This podcast talks about incorporating routines, training and a healthy diet into your family as a whole.

🔴BIO: Danny and Maura Vega are Miami natives who now reside in Tampa, Florida. Danny was the starting runningback for his high school football team and led the county in rushing yards. He went on to receive his bachelor's degree from Columbia University in 2004, where he was a member of the football team. After college, he pursued his Master's of Science at the University of Florida, where he worked with the national championship men's basketball team, women's basketball, tennis and golf. He then went on to become the Strength and Conditioning coordinator for VCU basketball, helping the Rams win the 2007 conference championship.

Maura had a passion for dance since she was a young girl. She is classically trained in ballet, jazz, and contemporary. After high school she found herself struggling with her weight, and spent the next several years restricting food and even went as far as trying out a plant based diet for the sole purpose of "being skinny." A ketogenic lifestyle has not only freed her of her disordered eating, but she has also found relief from severe postpartum depression and anxiety.

These days, Maura and Danny can be found spending most of their time with their two boys. They have a unique way of thinking when it comes to children, and how to raise them. They unschool both of their boys who are also now following a ketogenic diet. Both boys have found relief from allergies and autoimmune issues with a ketogenic diet. They hope to inspire and change the way we see and treat children, and also how we feed them.

🔴Time Stamps:

3:15 – How to consume Energy Pods?

11:44 – What kind of morning routines do you follow?

19:16 – How did you transition from Paleo to Keto to Carnivorous diet?

25:50 – How did you become part of Ketovangelist?

29:32 – What books or research helped you on your journey into Keto?

31:44 – Maura’s style of training and coming up with new exercises

34:38 – Sculpting the body vs functional training

35:40 – Danny’s style of training and cross training experimentations

40:30 – How resistance training changes as we age

42:20 – Should women be afraid of gaining muscles when they train?

45:52 – How do you as a woman reconcile with animal suffering when consuming meat?

52:40 – How do you navigate through social media?

58:27 – How do you raise children on a healthy diet?

1:08:43 – Nutrition for a mother during pregnancy and after having the baby

1:17:20 – How do you know if you’re doing a good job and what kind of conversations should you have in parenting and relationships?

1:23:19 – Introducing kids to physical routines and sports?

1:30:32 – How do teach children about failure?

1:33:44 – New projects up the horizon?

1:36:50 – Final Plugs

🔴LINKS:
📌Chocolate Fudge Energy Pod on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07B88S36J
📌Ketogeek Ghee on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07B29HM3D
📌Shop Energy Pods: https://ketogeek.com/collections/energy-pods
📌Shop Ghee: https://ketogeek.com/collections/alchemy/products/ghee
📌Ketogeek Newsletter: https://ketogeek.com/pages/sign-up

🔴GUEST PLUGS
📌Danny Vega Instagram: Instagram.com/ketocounterculture
📌Maura Vega Instagram: Instagram.com/fatfueledmom
📌Website: www.fatfueled.family

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