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Protein Intake – Effects on Longevity, Aging and Cancer


4.4 out of 5 stars5 stars71%4 stars13%3 stars8%2 stars1%1 star7%100 ratings5,223 viewsWhy are all good low-carb diets high in fat, like an LCHF diet, and not high in protein?
Could excessive protein in the diet be a problem for aging and cancer?

Dr. Ron Rosedale’s has been talking about this for a long time. Here’s his highly interesting presentation from this year’s Low Carb Vail conference. This talk has only been available for our members before (check out our free trial), but now everyone can watch it above.

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How to Use Ketosis to Achieve Peak Performance


4.8 out of 5 stars5 stars88%4 stars3%3 stars7%2 stars0%1 star0%52 ratings2,600 viewsHow can a ketogenic diet or ketone supplementation be used to augment and enhance human performance? That’s the theme for Professor Dominic D’Agostino’s lecture at the recent Low Carb USA conference.

D’Agostino is one of the world’s foremost researchers when it comes to the benefits of ketosis. Basically, he’s the go-to expert for all things related to ketosis. This great talk is about metabolic therapies and nutritional strategies for peak performance under extreme circumstances.

It’s a must watch for everyone who is truly interested in ketosis and its beneficial effects.

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Nutritional Ketosis: Metabolic Regulation and Signaling – Dr. Dominic D’Agostino

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Low Carb for Glycogen-Storage Diseases

Low Carb for Glycogen Storage Diseases - McArdle Disease (SD 2016)4.7 out of 5 stars5 stars86%4 stars0%3 stars8%2 stars4%1 star0%23 ratings2317:26


McArdle’s and Tarui’s disease are diseases that effect the ability to access glycogen storage. Treatment has traditionally focused on diets rich in sugar, but more and more people are finding amazing success with ketogenic diets.

In this talk from the Low Carb USA conference, a few people who suffer from these diseases explain how they have been able to find amazing success by switching to a fat-burning metabolism.

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Low Carb for Glycogen-Storage Diseases – McArdle’s Disease and Tarui’s Disease

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“A New Me with Lots of Life”

Before and after

Before and after

Julie developed more and more health issues over the years, and the low-fat diet which her doctor put her on just contributed to the problem.

Then in December, a friend introduced her to the Diet Doctor site and LCHF, and decided to jump right in. Can you guess what happened to her health issues and weight? Continue Reading →

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Fasting and Cholesterol

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How can you lower cholesterol without medications? And what happens to your cholesterol if you do intermittent fasting?

High cholesterol is considered a treatable risk factor for cardiovascular disease such as heart attacks and strokes. There are many nuances to cholesterol which I do not want to get into, but traditionally, the main division has been between Low Density Lipoprotein (LDL) or ‘bad’ cholesterol, and High Density Lipoprotein (HDL) or ‘good’ cholesterol. Total cholesterol gives us little useful information. Continue Reading →

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Could Ketosis Help with Cancer Treatment?


4.9 out of 5 stars5 stars95%4 stars2%3 stars0%2 stars0%1 star2%47 ratings1,219 viewsIs there a possibility that we’ve been wrong believing that cancer is only a genetic disease? Could it also be a metabolic disease? And if so, how can a ketogenic diet be used?

In this talk from the Low Carb USA, Dr. Angela Poff talks about cancer metabolism and the possible therapeutic benefits of ketosis. These are important issues, but are still under investigation so should not be taken as medical advice.

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Exploiting Cancer Metabolism with Ketosis – Dr. Angela Poff

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“I Don’t Feel Like an Old Lady Anymore”

Before and after

Before and after

Yvonne was following a recommended low-calorie diet religiously, but kept gaining weight at an alarming rate. It was so bad that she got her money back with the words “We can’t help you.”

Devastated, she started searching on the internet and found Diet Doctor through Dr. Jason Fung. The rest is (low-carb) history: Continue Reading →

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Can LCHF Help Arthritis, IBS or Chronic Kidney Disease?

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Can fatty foods worsen IBS symptoms?

The answer to this and other questions – for example, what can you expect will happen to arthritis on LCHF and is LCHF safe if you suffer from kidney disease? – in this week’s Q&A with Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt: Continue Reading →

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Can You Get Depressed on Low Carb?

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Can you get depressed on a low-carb diet? Can it worsen the symptoms – or do symptoms of depression usually get better on low carb?

Here’s how four of the top low-carb doctors in the world answer these questions in this short video, that so far has a 4.9 out of 5 rating:

Can You Get Depressed on Low Carb?

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Insulin as a Marker for Heart Disease – Dr. Jeffry Gerber


4.7 out of 5 stars5 stars86%4 stars5%3 stars2%2 stars5%1 star0%37 ratings1,013 viewsIs insulin a better marker for risk of heart disease than cholesterol? Are there studies to support this? And if this is true, what advice should we give to patients and doctors?

Dr. Jeffry Gerber, Denver’s diet doctor, answers all these questions in this important talk from the Low Carb USA conference.

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Framingham and the Muddy Waters, Part 2 – Dr. Jeffry Gerber

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