Obesity & Diabetes Explained: The Overflow Phenomenon

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★Sequel to my other video on diabetes

DISCLAIMER: The discussion of this video is type 2 diabetes. If you have diabetes, please investigate further before making drastic changes. This video is of course not meant to be a prescription or to be interpreted as medical advice. The aim is for it to be a stepping stone towards finding what works for your specific personal case. Being on a low carb diet or a keto diet will induce certain physiological changes that you’d do well to be aware of. For example most people think a ketogenic diet is accompanied by an inevitable “keto flu,” but in most cases this can be avoided by taking some sodium. Many many people are experiencing improvements on a low carb or keto diet and/or a fasting protocal, but of course you need to consider how this would interact with whatever medications you may be taking or other factors that make your case unique.

Featured talks:
Dr. Ted Naiman – ‘Insulin Resistance’ – https://youtu.be/Jd8QFD5Ht18
Ivor Cummins – Wanna know how to collapse your heart disease risk? Ok then. – https://youtu.be/UZoQiDaWnuE

Recommended reading:
Jason Fung’s “The Diabetes Code” – https://amzn.to/2N3yGgW
Jason Fung’s “The Obesity Code” – https://amzn.to/2Dx1Y81
Robert Lustig’s “Fat Chance” – https://amzn.to/2Oc3EIb

★For the “dozens of studies on the beneficial effects of keto,” see the above PDF file. You can find them at the bottom of the document.

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