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The Top 5 Videos About Exercise on Low Carb

Here are our top 5 highest-rated videos about exercise on low carb:

Cereal Killers4.7 out of 5 stars5 star82%4 star11%3 star2%2 star1%1 star1%76 ratings761:00:07Run on Fat – Cereal Killers 24.7 out of 5 stars5 star80%4 star11%3 star5%2 star0%1 star2%77 ratings771:01:17I Knew Nothing – Professor Tim Noakes4.7 out of 5 stars5 star84%4 star5%3 star5%2 star5%1 star0%38 ratings3828:51

LCHF Paleo – Mark Sisson4.7 out of 5 stars5 star84%4 star0%3 star15%2 star0%1 star0%13 ratings1341:55The Truth about Low-Carb Performance – Jeff Volek4.7 out of 5 stars5 star66%4 star33%3 star0%2 star0%1 star0%18 ratings1820:43

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Low-Carb Living With Dr. Stephen Phinney

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What do you need to know to successfully eat low carb for life?

Dr Stephen Phinney, MD, PhD, knows more about this than almost anybody. He has researched adaptation to very low-carb diets (and exercise) for a long time.

In this presentation from last year’s LCHF convention in Cape Town he shares this knowledge, as well as insights from traditional cultures who never ever ate a lot of carbs. To watch it you can buy access to the entire LCHF convention for $49 from the organizers.

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Low-Carb Living With Dr. Stephen Phinney

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The Case for Nutritional Ketosis

Are you interested in ketosis, the result of a strict low-carb diet? Do you wonder how best to use it to lose weight, reverse type 2 diabetes or potentially improve physical endurance?

Here’s a great presentation on this by Professor Stephen Phinney, from the recent Low-Carb Vail conference.

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Low Carb and Competitive Sports – Do They Work Together?

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Does it really work to eat a low-carb, high-fat diet while being a competitive athlete? According to SannaMari Bölenius it works just great. She’s a successful table tennis player who’s won the Junior Swedish Championship and is currently a part of the Swedish national team.

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The Failure of Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move Campaign

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It seems like Michelle Obama’s ambitious “Let’s move” campaign is a failure. Childhood obesity is not being solved, and it’s clear why.

A focus on exercise before getting rid of added sugars is pretty much doomed to fail. Not even kids can outrun a bad diet.

Here’s a short summary of the problem followed by a very ambitious feature:

Dunk the Junk: The Failure of Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move Campaign

Politico: The Great FLOTUS Food Fight

Eventually we’re simply going to have to accept that a focus on calories and exercise is not going to solve this problem, because it’s not caused by calories or a lack of exercise.

The obesity epidemic is caused by poor food quality (primarily too much sugar and refined carbs) and likely the only way to solve it is to improve food quality.

Update: For example, banning real whole milk and instead serving massively sugar-sweetened low-fat chocolate milk is not an improvement. It’s a crime against our children.

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Exercise in Futility

In the United States people are exercising more and more – and still people’s weight keeps going up. It’s not a strange fact. Exercise is simply not an effective way to lose weight, as this new infographic explains:

The Atlantic: Exercise in Futility

Exercise is good for your health, strength and wellbeing – but not for weight loss. If you want to lose weight, then changing your diet is much more effective.

Perhaps you want to sign up for our very popular low-carb challenge?

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New Study May Show Why Exercise Is Useless for Weight Loss

Exercise is almost useless for weight loss. Just about every serious expert know that trying to make people exercise more, in scientific studies, has an almost negligible impact on their weight.

A new study shows a possible reason. People who are very physically active do not necessarily burn more calories than people who are moderately active. The body seems to adapt, possibly by resting more after exercising.

It may be one of the main reasons why exercise is not useful for weight loss. Exercise is good for health, strength, well-being, many things. But when it comes to weight loss, it’s almost all about what you eat.

Exercise can be a bonus while losing weight, but you’ll have to do it in a smart way:

How to Lose Weight: Exercise Smart

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The Truth About Low-Carb Performance


4.7 out of 5 stars5 star66%4 star33%3 star0%2 star0%1 star0%18 ratings1,803 viewsAre you trying to add exercise to your low-carb lifestyle this year, or vice versa? How does that work? Is it even possible?

Here’s my interview with Jeff Volek, an expert on the topic, about among other things the advantages of exercising in fat-burning mode. Watch a few minutes above or the whole 21 minutes interview on our member site (free trial available):

The Truth About Low-Carb Performance

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“Sugar Is Public Enemy Number One”

Sugar is public enemy number one, says Dr. Aseem Malhotra. This 30 minute presentation was recently recorded at the Cape Times Sugar Free Breakfast. Worth watching.

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“Study Demolishes Myth That Exercise Makes up for Obesity”

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Can you make up for the health risks of obesity by exercise? Probably not, according to a new Swedish study on 1.3 million young men.

Men who were obese but fit had a 30 percent higher risk of premature death, compared to thin couch potatoes.

Interestingly the whole idea that moderate excess weight might be good – the so called obesity paradox – is probably fake. According to a recent study it can be explained by the fact that smoking and many diseases cause weight loss:

Obesity: Smoking and reverse causation create an obesity paradox in cardiovascular disease

When excluding smokers and people who recently lost weight, the normal weight people lived the longest.

To be a non-smoker and at normal weight is probably best for a long life – just as one might expect. And to be fit is a bonus.

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