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Muscle-Building Workout and Diet

What’s up, guys? Jeff Cavaliere, This is going to be one of the most important
videos that I ever make. As a matter of fact, I want you to do me one
favor and lean in nice, and close, and listen to every, single word I say. I promise you, this is going to be very, very
important. It’s going to help you forever. Especially if you’ve been dealing with a
weight problem. Especially if you’ve been trying lots of
diets. Don’t even get me started on that word yet. I’ll get to that, though. The fact is, I’m a big believer in the power
of nutrition. I’m a big believer in the fact that what
you put in your body determines, not just how you look, but how you feel, and how healthy
you are. Not just on a day to day, week to week, month
to month, year to year basis. But on a minute to minute basis. We know that, right? We’ve put things in our body that have changed
the way we feel pretty quickly. We need to understand that power can never
be underestimated. I think a lot of us do. That’s why, often times, we reach out and
realize that we need to do something about our nutrition. I’m going to say, what we put in our body
every day might be one of the most important decisions we make every, single day. Which brings me back to that concept of diets. Guys, you know how I feel about that term,
if you’ve watched this channel for any length of time. Realize, I don’t like the term. I hate it because a diet sounds temporary. A diet means something temporary. “I’m going on a diet”, means “I’m
going to be off of that soon.” You need to realize the long-term, the long
game here, is the only thing that ever matters when it comes to looking and feeling the way
you should from now until the day you die. Which, I hope – if you do it right – is
a long time from now. God willing. Now, there are dangerous diets. There are a lot of different diets we could
follow. Let’s cover some of them. The Paleo Diet. The South Beach Diet. The Atkins Diet. The Grapefruit Diet. The Coffee & Cocaine Diet. Right? People probably used s**t like that for a
long time. The fact is, anything that’s earned the
word ‘diet’ after its name; it probably works. It works. I can guarantee you, they work. They all create weight loss. They all do. They wouldn’t have ever gotten to the point
where they earned the ‘diet’ title if they hadn’t worked for a lot of people. But I don’t gage short-term results for
a working diet. I gage your ability to stick to it for a lifetime
as the only criteria for whether something is worthwhile. For me, the most dangerous diet in the world
is the one you can’t stick to. That could be all of them. It could be all of them. Beyond that, even when you decide that you
need to do something about your nutrition – let’s start using the word right because
we’ve got to get rid of that word ‘diet’. If you decide you need to do something about
your nutrition how do you go about it? Do you just jump head-first into it? Because that’s a major mistake. That could be why you’re failing in the
first place. Let’s play trainer for a second. We’re all going to get a chance. Let’s take a step into Jeff Cavaliere’s
shoes; the trainer. So, I have a client that walks into the gym
today. We’re making this up. 320lbs, the guy is 49 years old, never worked
out a day in his life, diabetic, body fat at least 40%, and he’s going to train. I have two options of programs I can give
him. Option A. You get to pick here, listen close. Option A. He’s going to do squat, bench,
and deadlifts. We’re going to work in the three to five
rep max. We’re going to throw in some palm squats,
just to make sure we’re reinforcing his ability to hold those things, and a lot of
eccentric overload. I think that’s going to be helpful. Then some plyometrics at the end and maybe
a little bit of kickboxing, just for some conditioning. That’s Option A. Option B is, we’re going
to start really, really easy on this guy. We’re going to do a little bit of flexibility
training, a lot of education early on, a little bit of mobility work – I’m sure those
joints could probably use a little bit of help. And then maybe start introducing the concept
of resistance bands. So, we want him to utilize his own bodyweight
– which is heavy – or some additional weight through weights and barbells, at this
point in time. Which one would you go with? Which would you think is the more appropriate
for that individual? There’s always the A-hole of the bunch who’s
going to say, “Option A”, but we should all know that Option B is where we need to
go. Especially if you’ve been watching this
channel. You probably realize that’s probably a better
route. At least taking a step off the gas for that
guy. So why is it when we decide we’re going
to do something about our nutrition, and we decide to go down this ‘diet’ road, why
do we jump into it head first? Why do we go from 0 to 60? Who thinks that going from 0-60 makes anymore
sense, nutritionally, as it does when you’re taking your first crack at weight training? It doesn’t. It’s setting yourself up for failure. I can give you a couple examples of that. Let’s take a popular diet regimen right
now. I’m going with the Keto Diet. Guys, I have nothing against a particular
form of eating because if you can turn that form of eating into a lifestyle – a lifelong
style of eating – then I am thrilled. I don’t have one way – and I’m going
to get to this in a second, too – one way of demanding that you eat. That is not my methodology. As a matter of fact, I think anyone that tells
you that there’s ‘only one way to do it, and this is the only way you should do it’
and gets ‘cult-like’ – I guess, the ‘keto cult’, who’s going to tell you
‘this is the only way to do it and everything else is wrong’; you’ve got to run as fast
as you can away from that person. But back to that. Ketogenic dieting requires that you drop your
carbohydrate intake pretty severely, to about 10% or less of your total, overall caloric
intake for the day. Now, let’s put ourselves back in the shoes
of that individual that was overweight, who needs to lose weight – which is a lot of
people. Do you think that person is sitting there
eating 10% or less of carbohydrates right now? No. I can guarantee you, they’re probably eating,
in excess, of 60% carbohydrates, if not more. So, to go from 60% or 70% of your overall
caloric intake from carbohydrates down to 10% or less; how logical is that? So, cut all that out. That’s it. Diet starts on Monday. You’re going to cut it all out. We’re going to get you right down here. You’re going to do great. This is going to be perfect for you. You’re going to change your way of fueling
your body. We’re going from carbohydrates to ketones. You’re good to go. Let’s go. You think that’s got a likelihood of success? Will he lose weight? Of course, he will! It’s a diet. It’s earned its title. It’s going to work. Long term? I doubt it. If it does, then great. He’s found a lifestyle that he can do. Now it’s worthwhile. But if you jump into it like that it’s not
going to work. So, what would I do in a situation like this? I’d recommend something different. You want to stick to the diets? Go to something like the Zone Diet. 30/30/40. At least see if you can stick to that first. Get yourself down, knowing that you’re heading
toward keto. But you don’t just down there. You try to take an approach that’s a moderate
step in the right direction, to at least set yourself up to become more accustomed to that. As opposed to jumping right in. It’s going to have the same impact to be
able to take these things in stages. I understand that we’re not getting the
same outcome that a Ketogenic Diet is creating, in terms of your body’s preferred fuel. I understand that. That’s not getting there via a 30/30/40
diet. But from a standpoint of an individual being
able to stick to that, they need to be able to take some sort of moderate step. Even when I first started my full reign of
eating better, and healthier, and turning it into a lifestyle I went from a really crappy
diet of a lot of sugary foods, and sweets, and things that are not part of an athlete’s
diet. Not on a consistent basis, they aren’t. And I made small changes. Then, when I was able to maintain that, and
I started to see results I went back again. I made additional, small changes. Then I went back again and made additional,
small changes. You know what I didn’t care about? Instant results. I never cared about instant results. I was in it for the lifelong process. I understood that, if I did it right once
I’d never have to do this again. But as a result of people jumping in too strong,
too fast to a diet they can’t stick with, every six months, every eight months, every
12 months, whatever it is; they’re back doing it again, and again. You know why it’s dangerous? It’s extremely dangerous because every time
you fail you’re doing a lot of things that are setting the stage for you to continue
to fail. You’re starting to convince yourself that
you can’t stick to anything. You’re starting to convince yourself that
‘dieting is not for you’. You either give up at that point – right? A lot of people do! “I’m done with this. I can’t do it.” Or you get more desperate, you get less patient,
less willing to go through that adaptive process, and you jump into the next one full force
ahead, and it fails again, and it fails again, and it fails again. And guess what? You know what’s happening during this whole
time? You’re also getting older. We’re all getting – one thing we can’t
stop is the aging process. As we get older, and older, and older it gets
more, and more, and more difficult to win this battle. I’m not saying it’s impossible. We’ve got lots of guys – ATHLEANX has
proven it – lots of guys that can do this at an advanced age and look unbelievable. But it does become more challenging. You have to become more and more committed. It’s not as easy as it was when you were
in your teens and 20’s. We all know that. So, what I’m pleading for you to do is try
to make this intervention with the one mindset of getting off this damned diet rollercoaster. Stop thinking about all these temporary fixes. Stop thinking about the short-term weight
loss. Turn it into a lifestyle that you’re going
to stick with forever. Find the one method of eating – the nutrition,
right? The form of nutrition that’s going to fuel
your body and keep you in that state for the rest of your life. Feeling good, getting stronger, being healthier
from now, until the day you die. You know what? Here’s the shocker: I don’t care what
method it is. People that think, again, so cult-like in
the fact that you have to eat ‘this way’ are so dangerous to you and everyone they’re
telling their information to. It pisses me off. I want you to be able to find something that
you can stick with. When you do, I’m happy. There is no ‘one method’. I have a method that’s worked for me. I have methods I recommend that I think are
going to help you keep your sanity the most. They’re going to help you not become exclusionary
in your dietary practices where you’re eliminating this and eliminating that. I want it to feel as it if it’s not deprivation-based. It’s something that you can actually do. I’m losing my damn voice, I’m so passionate
about this! But it’s true, guys. The fact is, if you do this right you’ll
never have to do it again. So, I hope that this came across to you guys. The fact is, if you can’t stick to something
it’s not a good option. For me, temporary means nothing. Lifetime is the only solution here. And the longer you go, by getting this wrong,
the more and more dangerous it becomes. The quicker you can get rid of the ‘diet’
term and into something that actually becomes something that’s lifelong nutrition, the
faster you’ll be well on your way to do that. Guys, I’ve laid it all out for you guys
step by step. I have a method. I believe in it. But it may not work for everybody. How’s that for more truth? It may not work for everybody. But I guarantee, if you give it a shot you’re
going to get yourself healthier, putting yourself further down that path to being able to make
that right, fine-tuning decision for yourself that works for you every, single time. If you’re looking for our plans they’re
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100 thoughts on “The Most DANGEROUS Diet in the World (STOP!)

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  2. Yes. Just eat healthy stuff. And over time you will probably identify a few things that are healthy for most people but not ideal for you.
    Then cut those too.

  3. The one thing that is in common with all these Keto cult leaders? Youth. Longterm carb restriction is extremely taxing on the body. Show me a guy doing crazy keto workouts for 20 years. It hasn't happened. Keto is just recycling the Atkins mantras of the 70s. Keto is not new. Get healthy. Get sleep. Put down your phones. Engage with humanity. Eat your carbs. Workout. It's not complicated. Thanks for the video.

  4. I read the military is contemplating putting all their people on keto because they're getting too fat by drinking beer and eating pizza what's your comment.?

  5. I agree with you 100% . The guy you explained was my situation 9 months ago. You are 100% dead on when you say it’s a lifestyle change not a diet.

    By practicing precise nutrition management and exercise I dropped over 80 lbs in 3 months even over the holidays. Kept the fat off and added back 8-10 lbs of lean muscle.
    I choose to start out Keto; that has transformed into keto within reason. I’m often told I’m breaking Keto protocol. I Typically eat less than 15% per day averaged over a week.
    I allow myself to have carbs daily through green leafy vegetables. I also allow myself extra carbs prior to my workout.

  6. Jeff a diabetic should stay on a low carb diet simple and complex carbs you do not need fiber also don't need it but I agree you need to eat what you like but no more fruits and vegetables

  7. I've been eating Keto for over 2 years, along with 20/4 intermittent fasting. To me it's not a diet, it's just how I eat now

  8. Keto + IF for over 6 months. Never ate better, never felt better, never ever coming back to the SAD diet!

  9. I am enjoying your videos. I would like to know how to GAIN weight safely. I am gluten/dairy free and O blood type.  Do you know how to do that? Please advise.

  10. In simple words Keto diet was never and would never be a long term weight loss and fat loss reduction process that's what my father already told me

  11. Jeff the Motivational speaker, yes you have got to be in it for life 👍🏼 all quick fixes are total BS, make it your lifestyle.
    Another great ( FREE ) video, thank you Jeff. 💪🏼👌🏼

  12. Hey all. Just wanted to share my two cents from over 2 years of Keto and Intermittent Fasting (IF). I lost 100lbs and it hasn't come back.
    The reason: I have an autoimmune issue and I really like the science behind keto. So much is coming to light about the past 30 years of "government approved" diets which include high carbs. Today we are understanding it is how you combine Fat, Carbs and Protein that plays a huge factor in longevity (Truth for any diet – best not to combine high fats with high carbs). I experiment a lot. With my body, with various biohacking concoctions and even diet. Keto is a form of biohacking.
    My plan: I don't recommend this for anyone – what I'm about to say will lean towards pseudo-science… I chose not to work out while losing those 100lbs. I didn't work out one day while losing weight. Something in me just said fat holds the past (toxins aka compounds that would benefit you if it weren't inside of you. This could include an overabundance of other things.) Now I'm prepping to bulk up 🙂 Bulking clean from as close to ZERO as I can responsibly get 🙂 🙂 🙂
    Scary side note: the scientist that made keto popular were and still are studying a compound found in abundance in all carbohydrates.
    This compound is called Deuterium (heavy water). They suggest we lose the ability to remove/balance Deuterium as we age and plays a huge role in various diseases.
    Keywords to search with:
    UCLA Laszlo deuterium D'Agostino

  13. I want to Thank You for making this video. And for you being so honest and laying it all out on the line for us to hear. I know I needed to hear it, I struggled with my weight all my life. I actually done a "diet" for 2 years and lost 100 lbs and got into the best shape of my life but like all diets when I came off of it I wound up gaining all my weight back. I totally agree with everything you said in this video and just want you to know this video has encouraged me to make a change and this time it's gonna be for life!!! Thank you! I really enjoy your videos.

  14. My man, Keto, really? What about our brains? I do not understand the Keto diet at all. I completely honor what you are saying about using the correct term "Nutrition". That is the best way to approach it. However, my concern with Keto is the longterm danger to cellular development and proper neurological function from trying to operate on a Keto diet. All the carbon macromolecules are necessary, Lipids, Carbohydrates, Proteins, and Nucleic Acids. You are the man, Jeff, thank you for all the videos and support to your viewers!

  15. Inspiring video as always, you sure know your stuff, I really enjoy listening to your advices and more so the way you present them, always considering everyone is different and therefore may need a different approach, also totally agree on the part to stay away from people telling you "the only right way" (in whatever context, be it workout or anything else)

  16. progressively adapting your meal plan, like training. Every beginner needs to start with progressive training. You are right, it shouldn't be different nutrition-wise.

  17. Something I tell people all the time.
    "You have to crawl before you walk, and you have to walk before you run".

  18. Remember — he didn't say Keto doesn't work ——- his discussion was the transition. My "lifestyle" change was direct to Keto ——— and it was the best thing i ever did. I went from 190 to 150 in 4 months ——– while at the same time quitting smoking butts. The ENERGY and feeling is so good (i feel 20 years younger) that it's become my "Lifestyle." Now i'm going to try and put 8 to 10 lbs of muscle on………….. and Jeff knows his stuff.

  19. Drinking water and eating apples also works. But its shit for you in the long term. Same for this "influencer" diets. People, stick to the old ways.

  20. People Listen, I started keto diet, cutting down my carbs real low, I will tell you how it screwed me up. My heart started beating so hard I could feel it knocking on my chest. I could not workout, my eyes felt so weak, I researched about it and they said it is Keto Flu that would go away so I waited and waited but it just got worst, I could not do many things especially my heart rate was so high I was scared so I stopped doing Keto diet and I eat normally just once a day ( Intermittent Fasting ) and it keeps me pretty good 🙂 Al hamdulillah.

  21. Very positive advise……personally for me 'cutting out as much sugar as possible and avoiding fast-food' works for me..
    So instead of ice-cream I have '2 generous table-spoons of Natural non-flavoured Greek yoghurt and real fruit'…
    Processed cereals I replace with 'oatmeal'…etc..
    And I move move move….walk during lunch…gym 6 days per week and 1 long hike on the non-gym day…works for me…
    May not for everyone…but I certainly would NOT do the 'Keto' !!

  22. I have been enlightened. I’ve been dieting since college and that’s why I haven’t seen the results I want. You’re right I should be living a caffeine and cocaine lifestyle instead instead of just weekend partying.

  23. Following the principles of the Zone diet taught me how to eat properly and helped me lose over 70 lbs when combined with daily exercise, and it’s something that’s totally sustainable for the rest of my life because it’s loosely applying principles. The biggest thing I learned was to balance my macros and to minimize foods that spike my insulin and cause inflammation.

  24. i have a minor question here. i used to be really over weight and still am a bit. (i've lost 60 lbs) I was just wondering as i near my goal weight what should i be looking for to transition from cutting to maintenance. Would it be better to just keep doing what im doing and see where i hit equilibrium or should i slowly add more calories until i balance out where i want to be?

  25. Honestly, as a Keto eater, he’s right. I stared off just cutting off soda and alcohol. When I started realizing how hard it was. I started really eating less carbs and eat until I was full and I wasn’t really hungry. Just little by little. Like my girlfriend says: “it’s the little victories” I dropped 43lbs and I started watching my fitness and once I dropped some of that weight then started lifting little by little until where I am right now. A sword isn’t made in 15 minutes to provide a life time of use.

  26. I'm 52 and started intermittent fasting and mix in OMAD. I lost 25 pounds and have continued with this new eating practice. Lifting 4-5 days a week and enjoy the way I feel. I am human and will occasionally indulge in a dessert which helps me stay on track. It has also helped my relationship with my wife because I'm healthier and can satisfy her. This was an area that I started to develop problems. This is a real motivator!!!

  27. Nonsense.
    It's like saying you are not supposed to quit drinking all at once- you need to temper off that alcohol very, very slowly.
    Instead of feeding people misinformation thinking that's what's right based on your common sense, please educate yourself on the subject of insulin resistance.
    Here's a good place to start: Enjoy.

  28. Weigh in on Friday
    Front load my eating and lifting early in the week.
    Eat a ton of vegetables in the days before I'm weighed.

  29. Ofcourse u right Jeff,but I did keto, I made it life style..or sort of.. now I am doing keto+60% carb😂😂lool.
    I am now on regular balanced diet 50carb 20 fat 30 pro …
    Adjusted 5% take or give between carb fat..ut is working great.
    Good luck everyone..constancy. persistence..keep it up

  30. After my apples and amphetamines diet in college ended my weight gain went up from a lean 150 to 185 burly dad strong. No I’m trying to get that middle distance running physique back using the keto diet mostly because it’s easy to make a lot of meat and drink milk all week with spinach and kale mixed in.

  31. Well I did it. Keto Life style . Wouldn’t have it any other way . And yes i make mistakes but i dont shoot myself in the foot about it. Where i am at when i make mistake is already way ahead of anyone that doesn’t even attempt to do anything about there situation in the first place. So what do you do? Get back on the horse and continue on , thats it. No big deal. Your a winner.

  32. A keto diet can actually be very dangerous for a lot of people, especially if you are severely out of shape and aren't already physically active. You're blood can quickly become acidic through the process of metabolic ketoacidosis, as the body starts quickly burning fat for fuel instead of glucose. Very similar to the bodily changes that happen when a person is diabetic. Limiting carbs to certain extent is great, but cutting them out almost entirely is stupid. Expecially if you TRULY want to get in SHAPE for the rest of your life, and not just temporarily lose pounds while also experiencing a bunch of weird side effects and remaining as weak as ever, and possibly even causing issues with your kidneys and liver.

  33. I really like this, and it also clears up cutting and bulking because all you gotta do to progressively overload throughout your life is fluctuate between deficits and surpluses. Surpluses to get stronger, and deficits to get leaner.

  34. Jeff I truly agree with you 100%…I am a year into Keto Lifestyle. It's not for everyone but it works for me and I enjoy it. I never push it on anyone cause like u said everyone is different. Everyone's body and mind strength is different. My family pisses me off saying I'm on a diet. Diets don't last lifestyles do.

  35. The most dangerous diet in the world is the vegan diet. After the coffee & cocaine diet possibly. Although that is also vegan come to think about it.

  36. Yeah the Keto diet is great for weight loss and a permanent diet, but it's the easiest to screw up, even if you cheat a little bit you can end up doing more harm than good, but Keto is an all or nothing diet.

  37. Holy crap, I dig keto, excellent results and I've never felt better. Not to mention, it's simple to follow.

  38. Rarely have I watched a video where the passion was so visceral: this man loves his work.

    (Glad he plays piano, though; he's so passionate, he's wrecking his singing voice!) ROFL

  39. My lumbar spine is messed up so squats and dead lifts hurt. Do you have a program that has alternatives on legs for people with spinal injuries. I did 5 years in the navy. Got hurt in the service.

    Thanks Jeff

    Very respectfully, Jose

  40. Jeff. Love you. Been following you for years. But I have a question. For those with weight issues that also add to mental health/depression issues, how do you feel about someone using a ‘diet’ for a short time to drastically lose some weight, while all the time knowing the moment that they are down “X amount” of weight they will change to a healthy consistent nutrition program. Thoughts please. (Again for some people the emotional problems associated with weight can be bigger killers than the weight itself and losing weight fast, immediate results, are required then turn to the long term goal.

  41. That’s ma Boi right here!!! You should make a video on Nutrition and Training for Diabetics!!! Would really help a lot of us out! Thank you!

  42. I instantly went from eating a carbohydrate based diet to eating like 500 calories of steak a day in one meal only and going to the gym, a month later, I went on holiday for a month and consumer copious amounts of alcohol and soda and didn't gain any weight back.

  43. November 9, 2018 I weighed 290 lbs. I started tracking my carbs and began reducing them incrementally. By mid-December I entered ketosis. Keto has become my lifestyle. I enjoy the foods I eat, I don't miss processed wheat or refined sugar. I also now weigh 211 lbs. So as Jeff says, it works. I like that Jeff says it has to be a lifestyle. I fuel my body with fat, not carbs. I still eat carbs, plenty of them for that matter as fiber doesn't count as a carb, so I eat a lot of fibrous vegetables. I just avoid junk carbs. Now that I've found Jeff, I'm modifying my intake to increase protein to build muscle mass. I'm looking forward to the journey!

  44. Paleo is a hard nutrition plan to adopt. It blows for peeps like me who has autoimmune disease. So I had to go on a AIP which closely mirrors paleo.. the struggle has been real 🤦‍♀️

  45. New comment passing on an older video-
    Fun fact: the keto diet was developed to reduce the frequency or onset of attacks for people with epilepsy.

  46. The fitness community is overrun with the nonscientific approach of verificationism ("I bet X affects Y. I did X and Y was affected. Aha! Therefore, X affects Y"). This is incorrect thinking. That's how these diets gain a foothold on us as consumers. We think about the data incorrectly and find the answers we were looking for. Surprise surprise. Marketing capitalizes on this. It's nice to know Jeff's out here "putting the science back in strength" and giving his audience reality.

  47. I really am learning a lot from your videos. I think your approach to attack the psychology of why people fail is important. Nothing can be achieved if it first isn't won in your head. If I believe in my plan I will execute more efficiently and diligently. If I think it may work or may not I will partially commit and quit when results aren't quickly achieved. If I use words like diet or think of training and nutrition as a temporary plan to get to a certain point I will have temporary results. If I create a plan I can't stick to more than a couple weeks I won't achieve my goals or if I do they will be short lived. I need to change how I think, how I train and how I eat.

  48. Love Jeff bc he keeps it real , he is a living breathing example of average guy ;that achieved a great physique and doesn't do unnecessary promotion and shit to make money.

  49. This guy is psycho. He can't speak for everyone and the fact that he is trying to should be a red flag to any thinking person.

  50. January 2016 my husband weighed 405 and now he weighs 210 of solid muscle,he literly transformed himself by cutting out all crap food and ate healthy fruits veggies chicken breasts nothing else,he lifts weights and rides 20 miles on his bicycle does a 1000 crunches ,he gives God all the glory and has learned a lot from Jeff,and oh he's 51 now 52 in October 2019,and he has a manual labor job,he's a tough man

  51. Very well said Jeff, Thanks. Wife and I are ready to retire, she is sedentary and I'm somewhat active w/ yardwork and QC in a machine shop. I have a small Schwinn weight machine in my garage and I also have a machine part at work that I do upper body work with. I appreciate your views on "diets" and your constant repitition of "hypocaloric" state.

  52. Shouldn't the title be something like "The most difficult and not easy to stick to Diet in the world" ? I think this was very missleading because it was primary about the transition from his example person instantly to a diet. I was expecting that he talks about a danger that comes with those diets not that it is difficult to stick to them.

  53. Dr Berg DC must teach this instead of saying that honey is dangerous for your Health or thinking that the way to suck off your belly fats is to lean back and crunch 😁

  54. I'd argue that sometimes jumping into the deep end is easier than slow modulation. Cravings are a bitch. If you cant control your cravings, slow modulation isn't going to be an option. At the very least, when it comes to the keto diet, the change is fundamental, biological, hormonal. If you can push through keto in the short term, it becomes the long term, because the cravings stop. The cravings won't stop if you just try to limit yourself to one sugary snack a day. If anything, they'll hit even harder.

  55. Started the keto diet a little over two weeks ago and ended it today. Lost 12 lbs (all water of course), could not get a pump in the gym and had no energy. I listened to people and read that I needed to be on it long enough to start using fat for energy, but I just couldn't do it. Had carbs today and feel much better. Keto isn't for me. More power to those who can sustain it.

  56. carb heavy diets are the worst. The cause inflammation in the gut , leaky gut, arthritis, foggy brain, fatigue, make schizos and epilepsy's have way worse symptoms and might have even thrown them over to edge to develop those problems, bipolar issues, all types of brain issues and inflammation in the brain. We did eat all these carbs for millions of years, our bodies aren't adapted to that. People are usually told to go on meat heavy diets to recover from lots of ailments like diverticulosis , meat heavy diets are simply better, carbs show be on the low. The only reason you cant get off your carbs is because they end up being more addictive than cocaine. High carb diets also feed candida and all your types of bad fungus in the body. Your inflammatory markers are always higher on carb heavy diets. They also make you retain more water and bloat. The brain is at least 70 percent saturated fat and cholesterol. Also carbs make it harder for you to absorb proteins, look up anti nutrients and oxalates,phytates etc. They also tear up the gut lining. They also are usually the cause of autoimmune disease. Theres a lot of information out there.

  57. Can you do an updated video on Intermittent Fasting? There are new studies now that shows time restricted eating induces Autophagy.

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