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  • Hello.

  • We're going to talk about the subject called, Ketosis, What is it?

  • Ketosis is a state of fat-burning, so when you're in ketosis, you're making something

  • called ketones.

  • What are ketones?

  • Ketones are those things that, it's a type of fuel for the body that's alternative fuel

  • than actual sugar or glucose.

  • Ketones would be like riding a car using electricity versus diesel fuel, which is more sugar, so

  • it's a cleaner fuel source.

  • It's an alternative fuel source that will give a person way more energy than glucose.

  • Even professional athletes can far outrun and perform on ketosis than the carbo-loading.

  • Okay.

  • Now what's the premises of ketosis?

  • The premise of ketosis is lowering your insulin or your sugars, which is refined carbohydrates

  • way, way, way down there, to close to zero.

  • Like 5% of your daily calories.

  • Let me explain what insulin is though.

  • Insulin is the hormone that regulates sugar.

  • Normally, in your blood you only store, in your entire body, two little teaspoons of

  • sugar.

  • That's all you store.

  • That's all you have in your blood, so our bodies were not designed to consume the amount

  • of sweet or sugar that we consume.

  • I mean, the average person eats 145 pounds a year, so that's just insane.

  • Anything more than two teaspoons is going to be very toxic to the body.

  • So, on an average person, they're consuming so much carbohydrate.

  • Well, the body will just jack up insulin.

  • It's like a whiplash response, and then get it out of the blood fast and stick it into

  • the liver, and start building up fat around the liver.

  • That's what it does, so all these people with a fatty liver, with high cholesterol, high

  • blood fats, that is the sugar in their diet.

  • It's not coming from the fat in the diet.

  • Our bodies make a lot of cholesterol, 2,000 milligrams a day.

  • It's not that.

  • In fact, here's some interesting things.

  • The good benefits of being in ketosis, which by the way, is lowering your carbs, increasing

  • your dietary fats, and having a moderate amount of protein.

  • Is it will lower your bad cholesterol.

  • It increases your good cholesterol.

  • It lowers your triglycerides.

  • It improves blood sugars.

  • Improves insulin resistance.

  • Now, there are studies that will tell you that it worsens.

  • If you eat fat, it'll worsen diabetes or insulin resistance and that has to do with the type

  • of study that they did.

  • They did it on rats and they used corn oil.

  • They didn't use healthy fats.

  • Corn oil is not only genetically modified, but it's not a healthy fat, so I'm not surprised

  • that that made things worse.

  • So, you really want to, when you see these studies that say that something is bad, actually

  • read what they're using as their fats or their foods, and you'll find that even that they

  • just study on vitamins, and they used synthetic vitamins versus natural.

  • I was kind of our suspect, unless I read the study myself.

  • Improve memory, improve dementia, good blood sugar levels, reducing acne.

  • Reducing cancer risk, why?

  • Because, sugar feeds cancer.

  • In fact, there's even certain types of scans that they do to detect cancer and they look

  • for areas of your body that you're consuming excess sugar, because cancer is very hungry

  • for sugar.

  • So, why not just cut the sugar out and decrease the risk?

  • Decreased polycystic ovarian syndrome.

  • So, what is that?

  • That's a condition where a female has a lot of these little follicles that are growing

  • on the ovaries, and it's pumping out too much of the wrong hormone, the male hormone, and

  • they're getting acne, loss of hair.

  • A lot of issues, but that will reduce, if you're on this eating plan.

  • It decreases inflammation.

  • I mean, how many people have inflammation?

  • So, sugar will promote inflammation.

  • Also, digestive bloating.

  • This is very good for digestion.

  • Now, the healthy fats that you need to be on are basically grass-fed animal products.

  • Like beef, or something like that.

  • Do not consume the lean beefs, or the turkey bacon, or the chicken without the skin.

  • Why?

  • Because, we need those healthy fats.

  • Do not eat eggs without the yolks.

  • We need that fat to be able to get you in ketosis.

  • But, I know the concern.

  • The concern is, "Oh, my gosh.

  • I don't want to clog my arteries."

  • We've been, literally, brainwashed to think that it's bad for your arteries.

  • All I'm going to tell you is try it for a couple weeks.

  • Go get your blood test, and you will see that it will go down, and you'll be ... I mean,

  • your bad cholesterol will go down, your heart will be clean, and you'll have to prove it

  • to yourself.

  • I'm going to list the studies underneath this video, but I want you, personally, to experience

  • the benefits of this.

  • Because, long-term for health, this running at your body on sugar, you're not going to

  • last.

  • If you combine sugar with protein, you create even worse problems with insulin and that's

  • why when I have people that say, "Well, I'm eating mostly healthy, everything in moderation,"

  • but they have just enough sugar in there to cause, bump them out of ketosis, so all that

  • saturated fat will plug up their arteries, because they have just enough to nullify the

  • benefits.

  • Okay.

  • We have a lot of benefits.

  • We don't want to combine carbohydrates or too much protein, but I created a link below

  • that lists the eating plan that I would recommend, types of foods that you should be on to be

  • able to get yourself into ketosis.

  • You'll be hearing a lot more of this in the upcoming news.

  • By athletes, by researchers, because it is true and it creates a lot of benefits.

  • There's a couple little twists to it.

  • For example, if you've been running your body on sugar for so long, it takes a little bit

  • to trans adapt your body to this new fuel source.

  • In that transition, you might have to take it gradual, because you're not used to it.

  • Some people, because sugar really holds so much fluid, you might drop a lot of water

  • weight initially, and you also might lose a little too much sodium.

  • So, you might need to consume more salt on this diet to be able to keep the blood pressure

  • up, because it lowers blood pressure and then you'll feel better, but when you start dumping

  • all this fat and all this water off your body, and you might feel a little lightheaded, you

  • just might need a little bit more salt.

  • So, I suggest you push through it.

  • It's only a transition phase, but running your body on ketones is much healthier long-term.

  • Apply what I just told you and make some comments underneath this video.

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