Acceptable Liquids with Intermittent Fasting
Dr. Eric Berg talks about acceptable liquids and Intermittent Fasting:
4. Bone broth
5. Diet soda
6. Apple Cider Vinegar
8. Coconut water
9. Almond milk.
Dr. Eric Berg DC talks about the amazing nutrients in butter and how is doesn’t cause weight gain. In fact, it can do the reverse and provide nutrients to get you healthy, make you satisfied so you can have a faster metabolism. Butter has no effect on insulin nor on any fat-making hormones.
Gary Taubes Calories vs Carbohydrates: Clearing up Confusion over Competing Obesity Paradigms
The science of obesity has been dogged for a century by a controversial question: is the condition an energy balance problem or a hormonal one? Do we accumulate excess fat merely because we consume more calories than we expend — we eat too much and exercise too little — or do we accumulate excess fat because the homeostatic mechanisms regulating fat metabolism and storage are out of whack. If the latter is the case, then positive energy balance (overeating) is an effect of getting fat, not a cause, and the prime environmental suspect for the cause of excess adiposity is the carbohydrate content of the diet and its effect on insulin signaling. This video by author Gary Taubes covers how we might tell these two scenarios apart and potential experiments to resolve this century-old conflict.
Dr. Robert Lustig presents his New York Times best-seller, FAT Chance: Beating the Odds Against Sugar, Processed Food, Obesity, and Disease. His book illuminates the causes of obesity and challenges the dogma, “a calorie is a calorie.” As our nation becomes wealthier, have we become healthier and wiser?
Dr. Lustig’s book stimulates us to re-evaluate our role as consumers of sugar and shocks us with a sharp bite on the consequences of fructose. As a sugar crusader, Dr. Lustig will talk about the mismatch between our environment and our science, business and politics that has fueled the pandemic of chronic disease over the last three decades. More importantly, he will share strategies to re-adjust key hormones that regulate hunger, reward, and stress. So, take the journey into the biochemistry of your brain and fat cells in order to help you and your family get healthy, no matter your size, in a palatable manner. “Your fat is not your fate — provided you don’t surrender!”