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KetoFest 2017

Discussion in 'Ketogenic diet forum' started by Indy51, Sep 11, 2017.

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    #4 Indy51, Sep 11, 2017 at 11:44 PM
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    Thank you for posting these.
     
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    Thanks from me too @Indy51 I hadn't realised that they had started publishing these at all.
     
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    Yes, this is why I don't eat fruits or vegetables (well, almost none).

    Another reason that I know I should eat as few plants as possible is that the government tells me I should eat lots.
     
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    I wasn't being funny, though.
     
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    This was particularly interesting for diabetics, I think. So much I found it quite depressing, basically, imagining choosing my casket for the upcoming stroke or CVD. But I am pleased I hung in there with the lecture, as the last part referenced those of us with diabetes already - towards keto of course, super-low carbs and so on, and getting ourselves onto that lovely green part of the arrow towards ancestral health, as opposed to metabolic mayhem. There is hope! Yay!

    The breakdown of blood lipid test results via engineering principles (getting to the root cause and fixing it) really is a great way to learn about this stuff. (I've met this info before, but this lecture was very clear so particularly good.) I liked the pie graph descriptions analysing Joseph Kraft (have I got the first name right?)'s work on the connection between hyperinsulinemia and insulin resistance and heart disease. And how to get better. Very important that last bit :).
     
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