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Keto Made Simple - Learn With Doctor Westman

English, Fitness / Keep-fit, 6 seasons, 55 episodes, 23 hours 19 minutes
CHANGE YOUR FOOD. CHANGE YOUR LIFE. Dr. Eric Westman, medical director at Adapt Your Life Academy is on a mission to empower people around the world to dramatically improve their health through the science-based benefits of a low-carb and ketogenic diet. Dr. Eric Westman is an Obesity Medicine physician and low-carb expert. He makes Keto SIMPLE --so you can lose weight, reverse chronic disease and get results.Get started NOW by grabbing my FREE GUIDE, How To Start Keto the Right Way ?
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Unveiling Surprising Health Secrets! with Dr. Tro Kalayjian E79 - Keto Made Simple Podcast

Dive into a captivating podcast episode featuring Dr. Eric Westman and Dr. Tro Kalayjian as they dissect the mysteries of metabolic health. From surprising effects on LDL cholesterol to real-life cases, the duo navigates the uncharted waters of nutrition with humor and clinical finesse. Unveiling unconventional insights and challenging norms, this dynamic conversation brings a fresh perspective to the ever-evolving world of dietary choices and individualized strategies for optimal well-being. Join the excitement as these two doctors unravel the complexities, leaving listeners with a newfound appreciation for the science behind metabolic health.“Change your food, change your life!”Dr. Eric Westman and his Adapt Your Life Academy team are on a mission to empower people around the world to transform their health through the science-backed benefits of low-carbohydrate and ketogenic diets.Dr. Westman is an obesity medicine specialist and trusted expert in th
13/11/20231 hour 10 minutes 8 seconds
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Dr. Westman reviews: Almond flour

When people find Dr. Westman and learn about his method for doing keto, they’re often surprised that the food list he’s been using in his clinic for twenty years doesn’t include nuts. That means no nut flours or nut butters, either. These things aren’t bad for you, but they’re very common “trigger” foods – for many people, once they start eating them, they can’t stop. (If your serving size of nut butter is half a jar, you’re not alone! 😆) Not only does the fat add up quickly that way, but so do the carbs! Overdoing fat and carbs often stands in the way of weight loss and improving your health. Watch Dr. Westman’s latest video for more on why nut flours are not part of his approach to keto.Sign up for our start keto right challenge here 👇
28/12/20229 minutes 24 seconds
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Should you check your blood sugar at home?! — Dr. Eric Westman

Should you check your blood sugar (a.k.a. blood glucose) at home? You can use a fingerstick glucometer for a one-time measurement of your blood sugar, and continuous glucose monitors (CGMs) that measure it 24/7 are increasingly available, too. Do you need to use one of these? They can be helpful, but they’re not necessary for most people. (Remember, people have been using low-carb diets for over two hundred years to lose weight and reverse type 2 diabetes.) If you take insulin for type 2 or type 1 diabetes, then measuring your blood sugar is extremely important so that you can adjust your insulin doses safely. Apart from that, though, Dr. Westman has been helping patients reverse type 2 diabetes long before CGMs even existed – and if you don’t have diabetes, then measuring your glucose really isn’t necessary. Watch Dr. Westman’s latest video for his thoughts on these glucose-measuring technologies.FREE BONUS: The 6 Biggest Obstacles A Sugar Addict Faces
21/12/202213 minutes 10 seconds
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The hidden sugars in beverages — Dr. Eric Westman

One of the best things you can do to control your blood sugar is to avoid beverages sweetened with sugar, high-fructose corn syrup, and other caloric sweeteners. Even for people not following low-carb or keto diets, ditching these can go a long way toward improving health. And that doesn’t mean you can never drink anything that tastes sweet. The way that Dr. Westman has been teaching keto for twenty years, you can use diet soda and other artificially sweetened drinks.This is a controversial issue, but diet and sugar-free drinks haven’t stood in the way of his patients getting great results in weight loss, reversing type 2 diabetes, and more. Learn more in our latest video.Sign up for our start keto right challenge here 👇
14/12/202211 minutes 12 seconds
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Macro vs Micro Nutrients — Dr. Eric Westman

Lots of keto programs out there focus on following “macros” and recording your food in an app so you can make sure you’re getting enough micronutrients (vitamins and minerals). It’s not “wrong” to do this, but the method Dr. Westman has been using for more than two decades keeps things ultra-simple and helps people get great results without focusing on specific numbers with regard to macros and micronutrients. (Except for keeping your carbs to 20 total grams or fewer per day, of course!)Check out our latest video, where Dr. Westman explains how you can get great results from keto without thinking too much about the details.Get your free guide here:
12/12/20228 minutes 51 seconds
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Natural sugar vs added sugar — Dr. Westman

Don’t inadvertently sabotage your results on a keto diet!  Food manufacturers are getting more savvy. With the growing popularity of low-carb and keto diets, they know consumers are on the lookout for products that are low in carbs. So, if a food product says “no added sugar” on the package, can you include it in a low-carb diet?Not always! Be sure to look at the total carbohydrate on a food label. Just because there’s no added sugar doesn’t mean there isn’t a large amount of naturally occurring sugar in it – like in a fruit smoothie or a cup of granola. Check out Dr. Westman’s latest video to learn more.FREE BONUS: The 6 Biggest Obstacles A Sugar Addict Faces …And What To Do About Them <a href=';redir_token=QUFFLUhqbVlRbFZKZTU4NEVoMkZMdGRsRVdsbjFaa0h0Z3xBQ3Jtc0trbEcxUXp4VU96a0Uyanp5RFRpQnRPSWdqa0ZDRXZVLTZhMjVaTzVkQ1M0bGs4NmlUUXlHNXgzVzJOWEcxYm82akpacFIyOUNHR1E1Z1Y1UFpqWENUVEZmUE9pTnpWVjFFclVtT
07/12/20229 minutes 18 seconds