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Low Carb Denver 2020 Videos

Discussion in 'Low-carb Diet Forum' started by Indy51, Mar 25, 2020.

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    ianf0ster Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    Great video. Many important yet overlooked studies showing the huge evidence for Low Carb way of eating.
    On a personal note I'm not surprised that in one study the Very Low V=Carb group consumed more calories than the Medium carb group. As somebody doing LCHF but not particularly desiring to lose more weight (BMI = 22.4 so almost in the middle of the green zone), I'm consuming about the same or sometimes even more calories now than I did when I was eating (at least 5 a day with emphasis on Low Fat and whole grains. Despite this I have continued to lose weight - 4lbs in the last year following the initial - 22lbs in the first 4 months.
     
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    Low Carb Denver 2020 Interviews - Dr. Brian Lenzkes and Kelly Peterson:

     
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    Dr. Eric Berg - 'Practical Keto'

     
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    Dr. Bret Scher - 'Assessing Cardiovascular Risk With LCHF'

     
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    Dr. Brian Lenzkes - 'Low Carb Clinical Pearls For Primary Care'

     
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    ianf0ster Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    He covers a lot of ground, rather too fast in my opinion.
    Also for me the train analogy doesn't work 100%, but his coverage of the GP or medical practitioner side of things is great.
     
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    Dr Lucia Aronica - 'The Battle of the Sexes: Is Anyone Winning Losing Weight on Low-Carb or Low-Fat?

     
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    I think I have seen something similar from Dr Aronica before.
    Her research shows that the main difference between how well women or men do on Low Fat versus Low Carb is due to adherence.
    Women are more afraid of dietary fat than men are, so ton average they don't comply so well to a low carb diet as to a low fat one. Thus women on average only lose around the same amount of weight on Low Carb than they do on Low Fat in contrast to men who lose more weight on Low Carb than on Low Fat.
     
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    Gary Taubes - 'The Limits of (Nutritional) Epidemiology'

     
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    Dr. Georgia Ede - 'Nutritional Psychiatry in the Real World'

     
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    Dr. Peter Brukner - 'Low Carb Guidelines and Position Statements'

     
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    It's depressing how little progress has been and and how very far we still have to go.

    Even those who admit that Low Carb/Keto 'diets' are (safely) used for managing epilepsy in children somehow still claim that Low carb is dangerous for children and that where they do work for Blood Glucose control and weight loss, magically they only work for 6months to 1yr.
    What about those children with epilepsy then who are on Low Crab/Keto 'diet' for many years?
     
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    Sean McKelvey - 'Therapeutic Nutrition: It's a Team Sport'

     
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    Brian Sanders - 'Despite what you've been told COWS CAN SAVE THE WORLD'

     
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    Dr. James Smith - 'Are low carb diets the 29ers of mountain bikes?'

     
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    Nina Teicholz - 'U.S. Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2020 Update'

     
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    Dr. Nadir Ali - 'Insulin resistance and ApoE4 - A Perfect Storm'

     
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    Dr. Jeffry Gerber - 'The Metabolic Syndrome and other Nutritional Disorders'

     
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    Low Carb Denver 2020 - Q&A Day 1 Morning Session

     
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    Very interesting, starting with the 'dynamite' first question, but also interesting to hear that even CAC scores (though better than LDL Cholesterol) are not the perfect CVD risk assessment.
     
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