A year of self-tracking in nutritional ketosis

A Year of Self-Tracking in Nutritional Ketosis – Dr. Jim McCarter
What would happen if you spent a year eating a very low-carb diet, a ketogenic diet, while tracking all kinds of blood tests and other things?

Dr. Jim McCarter did just that and presented his findings at the recent Low Carb Vail conference in this 10 minute talk. The complete presentation is now available on our member site:

A Year of Self-Tracking in Nutritional Ketosis – Dr. Jim McCarter

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Here are some reactions from our members who have already watched it:


This video is fabulous! It is a perfect anecdotal depiction of what this way of eating can do for your health. It is definitely a go to video for those that are curious about LCHF and want a quick explanation with great easy to follow charts for newbies. Thank you!

Video @ 2:24 – “Spikes, crashes”,... yep I experienced that for a long time! “Insulin stops fat mobilization.” Not too long ago, trying to lose weight by eating lots of berries and fruit and exercise didn’t work. Now that weight is coming off and the blood sugar levels normalizing by LCHF diet! ? Great info. Thanks for the video.

Great video! In just ten minutes, Dr McCarter eloquently outlines his one year journey in ketosis whilst highlighting his personal (subjective) experience of benefit as well as the scientific (objective) benefits. This is a tremendous introduction to a ketogenic diet to show those potentially interested.

Now I understand about getting cramps in my calves. Excellent talk. Thank you.

I love this guy, great presentation, very succinct!

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