Metabolic flexibility, and what makes a diet work

What is metabolic flexibility and why does it matter when determining what an optimal diet is? Is a ketogenic diet optimal for most people? And what factors should we take into account when determining what we should eat?

Get the answers in this talk by best-selling author and researcher Robb Wolf from the recent Low Carb Breckenridge conference.

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Metabolic flexibility and what makes a diet work – Robb Wolf

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  2. Naseebah
    Interesting. I wonder if being on immunosuppressants for most of my life (I’m a renal patient who had nephrotic syndrome from the age of two, was on dialysis for many years and got transplanted twice) contributes to mitochondrial damage too and thus metabolic inflexibility? I’m trying to stay LCHF whilst I eliminate/reduce potential barriers to becoming fat/Keto adapted so I can try Keto again.

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