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The LLVLC Show (Episode 1223): Gary Taubes Shares An Update On The Future Of The Nutrition Science Initiative (NuSI)

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In Episode 1223 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” we bring you an interview with science journalist, co-founder of NuSi, and New York Times bestselling author Gary Taubes as our interview guest featured today.  Today’s episode is Part 2 of a special three-part interview with bestselling author Gary Taubes from GaryTaubes.com. Jimmy and Gary continue the conversation that began in Episode 1, this time focusing on the history and future of Nutrition Science Initiative (NuSI).  Listen in as Jimmy and Gary discuss the accomplishments and lessons learned from co-founding an ambitious initiative that seeks to get to the truth about nutrition by using sound scientific principles.

Be sure to listen in on Wednesday as Jimmy and Gary continue their conversation and hear Gary’s analysis of the state of nutritional health research including commentary on the Kevin Hall study that NuSI helped organize and fund.

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“In nutrition science, our job as researchers is to generate a signal that will stand out from the noise.” – Gary Taubes

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There are three ways you can listen to Episode 1223:

1. Listen at the iTunes page for the podcast:

2. Listen and comment about the show at the official web site for the podcast:

3. Download the MP3 file of Episode 1223 [33:48]

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WE NEED YOUR FINANCIAL SUPPORT OF THIS PODCAST! We’ve got lots of exciting interview guests for you in the coming months discussing the very latest in nutrition, health and fitness. Your financial support and regular listening is sincerely appreciated. If these podcast interviews on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from the most provocative and thought-provoking experts in diet and healthy living have helped you in any way, then won’t you consider helping us out by clicking on the DONATE button? Or you can USE OUR AMAZON.COM LINK to make your regular purchase and we’ll get a small portion of your purchase. THANK YOU!

Tell us what you think about Gary’s update on NuSI in the show notes section of Episode 1223. Find out more about Gary’s work at GaryTaubes.com. Come back tomorrow for the final part of this three-part interview.

Here’s the upcoming LLVLC Show episode schedule:
2-22: Gary Taubes Part 3
2-27: Gray Graham
2-28: Daniel Schulof
3-1: Dr. Scott Sherr
3-6: Dr. Philip Blair
3-7: Dr. Anthony Gustin
3-8: Jim Abrahams
3-13: Tyler Cartwright
3-14: Jason Thomas
3-15: Stephanie Dodier
3-20: Brian Bildt
3-21: Robb Wolf Part 1
3-22: Robb Wolf Part 2
3-27: Dr. Daniel Pompa
3-28: Dr. Georgia Ede
3-29: Dr. Eric Remensperger
4-3: Jason Seib
4-4: Dave Asprey
4-5: Dr. Terry Wahls
4-10: McKay Jenkins
4-11: Leanne Vogel
4-12: Dr. Bill Wilson
4-17: Dr. Stacey Reason
4-18: Victor Villalobos
4-19: Amy Berger
4-24: Dr. Marcus Conyers
4-25: Annie Brandt
4-26: Travis Christofferson
5-1: Daniele Della Valle
5-2: Nathanael Elmore
5-3: Dr. Jack Wolfson
5-8: Dan Strechay
5-9: Dr. Eric Berg
5-10: Dr. Jake Kushner
5-15: Dr. Glenn Livingston
5-16: Dr. Joe Mercola
5-17: Dr. Rangan Chatterjee
5-22: Ellen Davis
5-23: Howard J. Swatland
5-24: Dr. Elizabeth Blackburn
5-29: Carla and Emma Papas
5-30: Dr. Jacob Wilson/Ryan Lowery
5-31: Dr. David Perlmutter
COMING IN JUNE/JULY – 2016 LOW-CARB USA LECTURES 6-5: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Karen Thomson
6-6: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Emily Maguire
6-7: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Gary Taubes
6-12: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Ivor Cummins
6-13: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Dr. Dave Dikeman
6-14: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Dr. Eric Westman
6-19: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Dr. Jonny Bowden
6-20: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Jackie Eberstein
6-21: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Dr. Jason Fung
6-26: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Jimmy Moore
6-27: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Byron James
6-28: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Dr. Jacob Wilson
7-3: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Franziska Spritzler
7-4: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Dr. Angela Poff
7-5: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Dr. Dominic D’Agostino
7-10: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Q&A on Exogenous Ketones
7-11: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Peter Defty
7-12: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Dr. Jeff Volek
7-17: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Jayne Bullen
7-18: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Dr. Salih Solomon
7-19: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Dr. Peter Ballerstedt
7-24: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Dr. Michael Eades
7-25: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Dr. Jeffry Gerber
7-26: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt

If you have something to share about what you heard on “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show,” then drop us an e-mail at our dedicated podcast e-mail address–LLVLCShow@gmail.com. We’d love to hear from you about what you think about the show, interview guest suggestions, show topics, and anything else you want to share! I LOVE hearing from my listeners, so share what’s on your mind. And we’d so appreciate it if you left us a review for the podcast on iTunes–just CLICK HERE and leave us a few sentences about what impact the podcast has made on your life.

The LLVLC Show (Episode 1222): Gary Taubes Shifts From Low-Carb And Instead Makes The Case Against Sugar

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In Episode 1222 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” we bring you an interview with science journalist, co-founder of NuSi, and New York Times bestselling author Gary Taubes as our interview guest featured today. Today’s episode is Part 1 of a special three-part interview where Jimmy and bestselling author Gary Taubes from GaryTaubes.com talk about Gary’s brand new book entitled The Case Against Sugar, the follow up to his 2007 New York Times bestseller Good Calories, Bad Calories and his 2011 book Why We Get Fat and What To Do About It. Listen in as Jimmy and Gary discuss the science behind sugar addiction and the role it has played in our culture’s increasing prevalence of diseases, including obesity, diabetes, and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. Gary asks the hard questions about our obsession with sugar and clarifies misconceptions about this food by studying what happens to societies that abandon their natural diets and adopt a more Western way of eating. Like a good defense lawyer, he makes the case that all of the chronic diseases of modern society can be traced back to sugar consumption.

Be sure to listen in on Tuesday as Jimmy and Gary continue their conversation with updates from Gary about what’s going on at Nutrition Science Initiative (NuSI). Then on Wednesday, don’t miss Gary’s analysis of the state of nutritional health research including commentary on the Kevin Hall study that NuSI helped organize and fund.

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“We don’t counsel people to smoke in moderation. We say cigarettes cause cancer. So if it’s true that sugar is the agent of Type 2 Diabetes and obesity, then it changes the discussion.” – Gary Taubes

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There are three ways you can listen to Episode 1222:

1. Listen at the iTunes page for the podcast:

2. Listen and comment about the show at the official web site for the podcast:

3. Download the MP3 file of Episode 1222 [39:46]

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WE NEED YOUR FINANCIAL SUPPORT OF THIS PODCAST! We’ve got lots of exciting interview guests for you in the coming months discussing the very latest in nutrition, health and fitness. Your financial support and regular listening is sincerely appreciated. If these podcast interviews on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from the most provocative and thought-provoking experts in diet and healthy living have helped you in any way, then won’t you consider helping us out by clicking on the DONATE button? Or you can USE OUR AMAZON.COM LINK to make your regular purchase and we’ll get a small portion of your purchase. THANK YOU!

Tell us what you think about what Gary and Jimmy shared discussed about Gary’s new book in the show notes section of Episode 1222. Find out more about Gary’s work at GaryTaubes.com. Come back tomorrow for part two of this three-part interview.

Here’s the upcoming LLVLC Show episode schedule:
2-21: Gary Taubes Part 2
2-22: Gary Taubes Part 3
2-27: Gray Graham
2-28: Daniel Schulof
3-1: Dr. Scott Sherr
3-6: Dr. Philip Blair
3-7: Dr. Anthony Gustin
3-8: Jim Abrahams
3-13: Tyler Cartwright
3-14: Jason Thomas
3-15: Stephanie Dodier
3-20: Brian Bildt
3-21: Robb Wolf Part 1
3-22: Robb Wolf Part 2
3-27: Dr. Daniel Pompa
3-28: Dr. Georgia Ede
3-29: Dr. Eric Remensperger
4-3: Jason Seib
4-4: Dave Asprey
4-5: Dr. Terry Wahls
4-10: McKay Jenkins
4-11: Leanne Vogel
4-12: Dr. Bill Wilson
4-17: Dr. Stacey Reason
4-18: Victor Villalobos
4-19: Amy Berger
4-24: Dr. Marcus Conyers
4-25: Annie Brandt
4-26: Travis Christofferson
5-1: Daniele Della Valle
5-2: Nathanael Elmore
5-3: Dr. Jack Wolfson
5-8: Dan Strechay
5-9: Dr. Eric Berg
5-10: Dr. Jake Kushner
5-15: Dr. Glenn Livingston
5-16: Dr. Joe Mercola
5-17: Dr. Rangan Chatterjee
5-22: Ellen Davis
5-23: Howard J. Swatland
5-24: Dr. Elizabeth Blackburn
5-29: Carla and Emma Papas
5-30: Dr. Jacob Wilson/Ryan Lowery
5-31: Dr. David Perlmutter
COMING IN JUNE/JULY – 2016 LOW-CARB USA LECTURES 6-5: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Karen Thomson
6-6: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Emily Maguire
6-7: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Gary Taubes
6-12: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Ivor Cummins
6-13: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Dr. Dave Dikeman
6-14: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Dr. Eric Westman
6-19: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Dr. Jonny Bowden
6-20: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Jackie Eberstein
6-21: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Dr. Jason Fung
6-26: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Jimmy Moore
6-27: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Byron James
6-28: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Dr. Jacob Wilson
7-3: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Franziska Spritzler
7-4: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Dr. Angela Poff
7-5: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Dr. Dominic D’Agostino
7-10: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Q&A on Exogenous Ketones
7-11: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Peter Defty
7-12: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Dr. Jeff Volek
7-17: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Jayne Bullen
7-18: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Dr. Salih Solomon
7-19: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Dr. Peter Ballerstedt
7-24: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Dr. Michael Eades
7-25: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Dr. Jeffry Gerber
7-26: 2016 Low-Carb USA – Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt

If you have something to share about what you heard on “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show,” then drop us an e-mail at our dedicated podcast e-mail address–LLVLCShow@gmail.com. We’d love to hear from you about what you think about the show, interview guest suggestions, show topics, and anything else you want to share! I LOVE hearing from my listeners, so share what’s on your mind. And we’d so appreciate it if you left us a review for the podcast on iTunes–just CLICK HERE and leave us a few sentences about what impact the podcast has made on your life.

Fasting Talk (Episode 7): Fasting Not An Eating Disorder, Heightened Senses, MCT Oil, Insulin Response, Lowering Tension, Insomnia

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Veteran health podcaster, blogger, international speaker, and bestselling author Jimmy Moore from “Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb” teams up with Toronto, Ontario Canada-based nephrologist Dr. Jason Fung from IntensiveDietaryManagement.com and Dr. Fung’s Clinical Director at his Intensive Dietary Management Program clinic Megan Ramos on this podcast dedicated to answering YOUR questions about intermittent, alternate day, and extended fasting. Jimmy and Dr. Fung are the coauthors of the 2016 international bestseller The Complete Guide to Fasting: Heal Your Body Through Intermittent, Alternate-Day, and Extended Fasting and, along with Megan, are happy to provide this podcast as an additional resource for anyone curious about going on a fast to improve their health. We love hearing from our listeners with new questions–send an email to Jimmy at livinlowcarbman@charter.net. And if you’re not already subscribed to the podcast on iTunes, then you can do that and leave a review HERE. Listen in today as Jimmy and Megan are joined by Special Guest Patient Mark Dorley to talk about the real world benefits of fasting and answer your questions in Episode 7.

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Mark is a 41-year old 6’2″ man that came to Intensive Dietary Management (IDM) as a long distance patient in October 2016. After reaching a weight of over 470 pounds and dealing with joint pain, heel spurs, sleep apnea and full blown diabetes requiring multiple injections daily. Mark was slowly dying, and he knew he needed help.

Mark’s mother sent him a copy of Dr. Jason Fung’s book The Obesity Code in September 2016 and warned him that it might be considered controversial. But after reading it, he felt the message was exactly what he had been missing. In the short four month span since starting fasting and eating keto, Mark has lost 100 pounds! More than the weight loss, he has been able to remove the diabetes and other medications from his life and he sincerely believes fasting saved his life. His health markers are continually improving and he now enjoys more energy, mental clarity and better sleep.

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KEY QUOTE: “You arrive at a point in your mind where it’s not a question of whether it will work for you. You just have to set your mind to do it.” – Mark Dorley

Here’s what Jimmy, Megan and Mark talked about in Episode 7:

1. How do I convince friends and family that fasting isn’t an eating disorder?

Hey Jimmy and Megan,

I love the Fasting Talk podcast. I have been keto for over two years losing 70 pounds with stellar blood work and I have dabbled in 24-hour fasts. But I have reservations about trying a 3-day fast. My biggest concern is about the social backlash I think I’ll experience. I have never had an eating disorder but my family and friends cannot (even after all this time) fathom that I’m cutting sugar and grains out of my diet—much less doing a fast! They were so resistant to my ketogenic lifestyle describing it as an eating disorder that the thought of fasting around them intimidates me.  What do you suggest?

Thanks so much!

Karen

KEY QUOTE: “If you have trouble sleeping, get up and do something productive. Your body will adjust and reset.” – Megan Ramos

2. Do your senses become more heightened by Day 4 of an extended fast and why?

I’ve noticed that when I fast for more than 3 days, my senses seem to become more heightened. Is there any explanation for this or similar experiences reported by other people who are fasting? Thank you and keep up the fantastic work!

Clyde

3. Is adding fat such as MCT oil to my tea going to stoke an insulin response during my fast?

I’m trying to use an eating plan Megan posted where she broke her fast with bone broth, salad with little or no protein, and green tea for lunch and then a small serving of meat with cooked non-starchy vegetables for dinner. My question stems from something Dr. Fung said about fat. Will having tea with MCT oil in the morning mess up my fast and produce an insulin response? I’m asking because obviously I don’t need insulin to not be released when I’m not eating.

Appreciate your response!

Jerilyn

4. How can you lower the tension that comes from fasting?

Hey guys, I’ve read The Complete Guide To Fasting and have watched a lot of Dr. Fung’s videos. I feel an increased amount of tension when I’m trying to fast that it depletes me of my willpower so much that I give up on it. I’ve suffered from varying degrees of clinical anxiety most of my life and being in ketosis is the closest to calm I’ve ever felt. I know that fasting would be extremely useful for controlling my weight and my anxiety, but I’m guessing the rise in adrenaline and cortisol are what make me feel so tense. Do you have any tricks for alleviating this feeling? I really want to keep fasting.

Thank you,

Elaine

KEY QUOTE: “The more you fast, the more you’ll build up that fasting muscle a little bit each time.” –  Jimmy Moore

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5. Does extended fasting lead to insomnia?

Hi Jimmy and Megan,

I’m on a 7-day fast (currently on Day 5) and I’ve found that over the last 3 nights I’ve had trouble sleeping. Is insomnia a common thing during fasting? If so, does it fade over time or the more you fast? I hope to move into an intermittent fasting protocol for long-term use and don’t want to spend a couple of days per week with insomnia.

I’m not having any withdrawals from caffeine or anything else that would be keeping me awake. And I’ve been in a state of ketosis for over six months, so I’m already in fat-burning mode. My blood ketones were 3.8 mmol/L and blood glucose was 3.4 mmol/L (61 mg/dL) this afternoon and I feel great during the day without cravings or hunger pangs. Any help you can provide on this would be appreciated.

I absolutely love all your work and extend a heartfelt thanks for everything you’ve shared. It makes a huge difference and spreads beyond your direct audience.

Kind regards and enormous gratitude,

Andrew from Australia

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There are three ways you can listen to Episode 7:

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2. Listen and comment about the show at the official web site for the podcast:

3. Download the MP3 file of Episode 7 [52:55]

WE NEED YOUR FINANCIAL SUPPORT OF THIS PODCAST! Dr. Fung, Megan, and I are all committed to answering your questions about intermittent, alternate day, and extended fasting on this podcast. Your financial support and regular listening is sincerely appreciated. If this Friday podcast helps you in any way, won’t you consider helping us out by clicking on the DONATE button above? Or you can USE OUR AMAZON.COM LINK to make your regular purchase and we’ll get a small portion of your purchase. THANK YOU!

Wasn’t Mark’s story an inspiration? Don’t forget to tell us what you think about this episode at the show notes section of Episode 7. Megan and I will be back next Friday with more answers to your questions about fasting. If you have a question about fasting you’d like for us to address in a future episode of “Fasting Talk with Jimmy Moore & Dr. Jason Fung Featuring Megan Ramos,” then email it directly to me at livinlowcarbman@charter.net. Spread the word about this new podcast and let us know what you think! Be sure to leave us a review on iTunes. THANK YOU for listening!

Keto Talk (Episode 54): Keto Talk Mailbox Blitz Special Edition – Cholesterol

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If you are interested in the low-carb, moderate protein, high-fat, ketogenic diet, then this is the podcast for you. We zero in exclusively on all the questions people have about how being in a state of nutritional ketosis and the effects it has on your health. There are a lot of myths about keto floating around out there and our two amazing cohosts are shooting them down one at a time. Keto Talk is cohosted by 10-year veteran health podcaster and international bestselling author Jimmy Moore from “Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb” and Arizona osteopath and certified bariatric physician Dr. Adam Nally from “Doc Muscles” who thoroughly share from their wealth of experience on the ketogenic lifestyle each and every Thursday. We love hearing from our fabulous Ketonian listeners with new questions–send an email to Jimmy at livinlowcarbman@charter.net. And if you’re not already subscribed to the podcast on iTunes and listened to the past episodes, then you can do that and leave a review HERE. Listen in today as Jimmy and Adam blitz through the Keto Talk mailbox and dedicate this episode to answering your cholesterol questions in Episode 54.

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KEY QUOTE: “Triglycerides are the fuel of life when you’re on a ketogenic diet.” — Dr. Adam Nally

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HOT TOPIC: LDL-P vs. Small LDL-P—which matters more?

Hi Jimmy and the Doc!

The age old debate of which is more important between LDL-P vs. LDL particle size rages on. There seems to be strong opinions from both sides of this issue and I’d love to have you guys discuss this on Keto Talk. It seems a lot of us Ketonians are hyper-responders to a ketogenic diet in our lipid panel and it’s concerning about whether those of us who have elevated LDL-P and LDL-C should consider moving away from LCHF.

Thank you and God bless you guys!

David from Australia

1. How do I explain to my doctor why my very high total cholesterol isn’t cause for concern?

I’m a 46-year old man and have been following low-carb keto for four years. My total cholesterol has risen to 383 while my triglycerides are below 100 and HDL is 77. My hsCRP is 0.2. My blood glucose ranges from 65 to 90 with ketones over 2.0, so I’m confident I’m doing well. My question is what do I say to my conventional doctor about my high total cholesterol when I go to see him for my regular physical. I usually just avoid seeing him and run the tests on my own so I don’t have to be lectured to. But I would rather use insurance to pay for these tests.

Thank you!

Leonard

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2.  Can I take a low-dose statin to help lower my high LDL-P from eating a ketogenic diet?

Jimmy and Adam,

Thanks so much for all the great information you put out there! I’m a Type 1 diabetic, and my blood sugar numbers have been much easier to control since adopting a low-carb diet. I have both your Cholesterol and Keto Clarity books and have taken solace in them every time the doctors have tried pushing statins.

My latest test showed I had an LDL-P of 2300 and I’m now seriously considering taking a statin to deal with it. I really don’t want to give up on my low-carb diet because the higher blood sugars are a more clear and present danger to me than my cholesterol. Should I play it safe and take a small dose statin to see what happens to my LDL-P? Would that be a good strategy for those of us who are concerned?

Thanks again for your help!

Jason

3. How is it possible that your triglycerides can go up when you eat keto?

Jimmy and Adam,

Is it possible to eat a strict ketogenic diet and triglycerides go up, not down? That’s exactly what happened to me. My triglycerides have gone through the roof beginning last Fall rising to 379 while my blood sugar levels dropped to 68 with strong blood ketones. My HDL cholesterol is 59 and all my other numbers are fantastic, but what’s going on with my triglycerides? I’m an oddball in the keto community because I’m a skinny guy at 5’8” tall and 130 pounds and so I never suspected my triglycerides would do this.

Perplexed, I decided to try an extended fast to see if that might help. In January, I completed an 84-hour fast, but my cholesterol test results were shocking:

Triglycerides: 379 – up from 279
Cholesterol: 343 – down from 359
LDL: 208 – down from 230
HDL: 59 – down from 73

So what the heck is up with my triglycerides? I know, I know, I know. You always talk about the cheating, Dr. Nally. But I swear on the graves of the saints that this was not happening. I am the NERD’s NERD when it comes to tracking, data, and all that. I am meticulous and keep tons of data, including a food diary app I’ve had since before 2011, and countless spreadsheets. I have too much invested in my health to cheat.

One last thing to add is I’ve been going through a divorce for the past three years and it has been the most stressful time of my life. Is it possible this intense stress is having an impact on my lipids for them to become this deranged?I’m kinda at my wit’s end, and would be forever grateful for any help you could provide.

Sincerely,

Sam

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4. Why do keto-adapted athletes see rises in total, LDL, and HDL cholesterol levels?

Hi Jimmy and Doc Nally,,

I love this podcast and really appreciate all the work you guys put into it each week. People like Dr. Jeff Volek say that keto-adapted athletes will tend to have very high total cholesterol, high LDL’s and high HDL’s. I run 4-5 times a week and have seen this happen to me. My total cholesterol has gone from 202 to 303, LDL from 118 to 194, and HDL went from 72 to 92. Peter Defty from Vespa says these number changes are a sign of being in superior health.  What do you think about why this happens?

Thanks so much,

Gina

5. How can people outside the United States convert cholesterol numbers from American units?

Hi Jimmy and Doc Nally,

I’ve been on a real food-based ketogenic diet since May last year and have lost 50 pounds so far with 50 more to go. I recently went to my doctor here in the UK to get my cholesterol numbers run and the numbers are all different from what you have in the states. When you share about numbers using the American units, it doesn’t mean anything to me. My doctor says my numbers are all good and to keep doing what I’m doing. What formula can I use to understand my numbers better. Here are my current results in English measurements (Adam, I added the American conversions parenthetically for our knowledge during the show):

Total cholesterol – 3.7 (143)
Triglycerides – 0.7 (62)
HDL – 0.9 (35)
LDL – 2.5 (96)
Blood Sugar – 4.4 (79)
A1c – 29 (???)

Thanks in advance and keep up the good work!

Mark in England

(ANSWER: Cholesterol: http://www.onlineconversion.com/cholesterol.htm and Blood Sugar: http://www.onlineconversion.com/blood_sugar.htm)

6. Can blood pressure lowering medications reduce your total cholesterol?

Hey guys,

I’m a 41-year old man currently taking Losartan for high blood pressure. I have been doing the ketogenic diet for a little over a month and have lost 27 pounds. My lab results show that my total cholesterol is very low at 111, HDL 44, LDL 57, and triglycerides 49. Additionally, my Carbon Dioxide level is high at 32 and my Alkaline Phosphate is low at 29. Are these levels along with my very low total cholesterol related to my blood pressure medication? I love your podcast and thank you for answering my question.

Thomas

7. Can BCAA’s and sweeteners be the culprit in rising cholesterol levels?

Hello Jimmy and the Doc,

First of all, thank you for bombarding us Ketonians with knowledge, science, and humor.  I have learned a lot about not only the ketogenic diet, but food and diseases in general.  I’m 30 years old with no real markers of chronic disease.  I workout 3 to 4 times a week for about 2 hours and started the ketogenic diet six months ago. I feel great with tons of energy, very little appetite, clear mind, and fat loss. When I ran my blood work after a 24 hour fast, my doctor demanded that I stop my diet immediately because the cholesterol went up too much. Total cholesterol went from 182 to 433 with most of it happening in the LDL-C. HDL rose from 54 to 62 and triglycerides rose from 89 to 102.

Adam was kind enough to explain to me in an email that fat doesn’t spike cholesterol…insulin and stress does. SO it got me thinking about what I’m eating and the only thing I can think of that could be the culprit are the branch chain amino acids I use on a daily basis. They have ACE-K in them and so does the sugar-free sweetener in my Starbucks coffee. Is it possible this is what is spiking my cholesterol so high? My A1c was 5.2 and fasting glucose 103. I temporarily stopped eating eating to please my doctor because I don’t want to challenge his authority in my health. But I want to gather as much information as I can before my next visit to try to show the science.

Thank you guys, and keep up the great work.

Eulises

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8. Does eating keto eventually lead to the development of higher levels of Small LDL-P?

Hi Jimmy and Adam!

I listened to Dr. Sarah Hallberg’s presentation from the Low Carb Vail conference last year where she discussed changes in blood lipids in response to a ketogenic diet. She noted during her talk that a subset of ketogenic patients show a shift in LDL to the less favorable small, dense LDL particles over time eating keto. She hypothesized a mechanism that involved insulin possibly getting too low which leads to this negative effect on Small LDL-P. Have you seen this in your patients, Dr. Nally? If it does happen, what’s going on? And the real question is whether this matters at all in the context of a good A1c and low hsCRP levels.

Thanks for your great podcast! I love everything you guys are doing. I listen to lots of podcasts every week and I must say this one is my favorite. It makes my Thursdays feel like Friday because it always puts me in a good mood.

Dave

9. Is having high HDL cholesterol a cause for concern when you’re eating a ketogenic diet?

Jimmy and Doc Nally,

I am one of your oldest listeners and followers living low-carb for the past twenty years. I’ve been explicitly low-carb, high-fat for the past five years. I started taking your BerberinePlus supplement five days before my latest lab work and my blood glucose fell to 84. However, my HDL rose to 180 with triglycerides at 51. I’ve read that having high HDL can be a bad thing. My LDL is 108 and total cholesterol 277. I do consume more C-8 MCT oil in my diet now. Is that why my HDL went up? To make matters worse, my doctor has gone vegan and we’re butting heads on nutrition. Is this very high HDL cholesterol level a concern? Thanks for sharing your thoughts. I always listen Keto Talk and really appreciate the time you invest in sharing your knowledge.

Love you guys,

Karen

10. Why would eating carbs like bread decrease LDL-P and LDL-C?

Hello Jimmy and Dr. Nally,

I have a question about my LDL-P and LDL-C numbers eating keto since December 2015. They have both increased dramatically and my doctor is panicking pushing me to start taking a statin. I refused since my triglycerides were 56 and HDL was 60. I got depressed in August 2016 and stopped eating keto for a period of time eating lots of bread and other very high-carb foods during that time. When I tested my cholesterol again in December 2016, I was stunned to discover my LDL-P and LDL-C both went way down. Why did eating carbs make these numbers better than when I was eating ketogenic?

Thank you so much for providing great information!  I love Keto Talk!

Ana

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11. Does knowing your Apo E genotype determine what kind of fats you can consume for ketosis?

I’m wondering if you have any information on how your Apo E genotype affects fat metabolism on a LCHF diet. I’m an Apo E 3/4 and I’ve always been told to avoid saturated fats and opt for mono and polyunsaturated choices instead as my genotype has a harder time metabolizing saturated fats. Interestingly, statin drugs would have no effect on me because my cholesterol levels relate more to the way I process ingested fats. I’ve heard you guys say on the podcast that saturated fats are better for ketone production. So does your Apo E genotype determine what kind of fats you should be eating on a ketogenic diet?

Thanks,

Julie

12. What can a Ketonian do to lower Lp(a) and is it something to be concerned about?

Hey guys,

I would like to ask a question about the results of my Lipoprotein(a). It came back at 158 with a reference range of less than 30. My total cholesterol is 197 and all the other cholesterol numbers are perfectly within the reference range. I realize cholesterol is not something to be worried about, but should I be concerned about my Lp(a)? Apparently, diet and lifestyle changes don’t do much to help with this. My doctor told me about a pill called Heart Plus (which consists of vitamin C, lysine, and proline) and said it takes a long time to lower Lp(a). Is this something to be concerned about?

Any advice you can give would be appreciated greatly.

Best regards,

Gabrielle

13. Will a ketogenic diet raise low cholesterol levels to help restore proper hormone levels?

Jimmy and the Doc,

I started keto on January 2nd as a 30-year old female with two children, 4 and 6. I’ve been experiencing very low cholesterol levels since the birth of my second child and my doctors have been struggling to find the appropriate doses of hormones to maybe fix these numbers. My most recent results showed my total cholesterol is 110. Will the ketogenic diet help me raise my total cholesterol up to a healthier level so my body will start producing appropriate levels of hormones again? I’ve already noticed short-term memory loss from the low cholesterol and I’m desperately looking for an answer. Is keto going to be the answer for me?

Thanks fromThe KetogenicTooLowCholesterolMom,

Kayla

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 14. Why do middle-aged women see a dramatic rise in their cholesterol and is it a cause for concern?

Dear Jimmy and the Doc,

I am a 50-year old female who has been living low-carb for several years and doing keto fairly strictly for the past six months. Going keto has allowed me to finally take off that last ten pounds and I feel so good on this lifestyle. Last year at this time my cholesterol numbers looked fine with HDL 170 and LDL 109. I just had a more extensive blood panel done and my numbers now look scarily high with an LDL-C of 179. A few of my friends who are the same age as me and not eating keto have seen a similar jump in their cholesterol and been prescribed statins (something I want to avoid). I read that this LDL jump seems to be common in women around menopause and is the biggest factor in driving the large increase in statin prescriptions in my age group. What’s going on in women like me seeing increasing cholesterol levels and is it cause for concern? I would like to keep eating keto, but I fear my family history of heart disease on my father’s side will have my doctor telling me to get on a statin immediately.

Thanks so much for your advice,

Abby

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15. Are triglycerides a good or bad thing when you are consuming a ketogenic diet?

Can you explain the different types of fats in the body? I keep hearing about how bad triglycerides are on your cholesterol panel. And yet I also hear about triglycerides being oxidized in the liver for increasing ketone production? This seems like a contradiction! Do we want triglycerides in our body or not while pursuing nutritional ketosis?

Chris

16. Should I be concerned by my own test results if I have a family history of high cholesterol?

Hello Jimmy and the Doc!

Thank you guys for everything you do.  Your books, knowledge and podcasts are changing the lives of so many people in such a beneficial way.  I feel lucky to have discovered keto about four months ago and the journey so far has been nothing short of spectacular.

I’m a healthy, active male who enjoys rock-climbing in my home state of Colorado. I’ve noticed a tremendous improvement not only physically as it relates to my sport, but mentally as well. Since adapting I’ve been able to break down both physical and mental barriers that had stalled me for some time. It took me around 8 weeks to feel fully keto-adapted and get my blood ketone levels ranging consistently from .5-1.5.

Recently I made a visit to Dr. Jeffry Gerber’s office and everything checked out great except for my cholesterol. Here were my results: Total Cholesterol 315, HDL 91, LDL 210, and triglycerides 68.  My blood glucose was 79 and my A1c was 5.3. Thankfully Dr. Gerber didn’t freak out about my numbers and he concluded that my LDL particles are very likely the healthy fluffy kind with my triglyceride/HDL ratio being so good. Given my family history of high cholesterol, It’s a bit concerning when I think that I may be one of the few that can’t handle the ketogenic diet.

My question for you guys is this—what do you think the next steps should be for me given my recent lipid results?  Should I have my numbers checked again at some point in time? Or should I order the expensive NMR Lipoprofile or similar test? Or should I stop worrying and just assume all is well?  I’m not the type of person to assume anything, especially when the consequences could be so high. But I wanted to ask of your opinion before I drop $600 or more on a particle test.

Any input would be greatly appreciated.  Again, thanks for all you guys do!

Regards,

Derek

17. Can a ketogenic diet help reduce or completely eliminate calcified plaque?

Hello Jimmy and The Doc,

I love Keto Talk as well as Jimmy’s book Keto Clarity. The advice really helps those of us who are going against our doctors’ advice in an attempt to take control of our health. I have been keto for three years and wondered if it would help improve or possibly even reverse calcified plaque? I had a CT Heart Calcium Score done and saw it drop from 69 in 2014 to 64 in 2016. Will these improvements continue to get me back closer to a score of 0 or is the condition merely stabilized? Heart disease runs in my family and so I’m hoping going keto will buck this trend.

Thanks for your help!

Kevin

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The LLVLC Show (Episode 1221): Dr. Cate Shanahan Digs Deep Into The Nutrition Science Of Traditional Diets

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In Episode 1221 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” we bring you an interview with LA Lakers PRO Nutrition program director and author Dr. Cate Shanahan  as our interview guest featured today. Dr. Cate Shanahan from DrCate.com  has over two decades of clinical experience and expertise in genetic and biochemical research, and specializes in helping patients to reverse metabolic disease and reshape their bodies. She is a board-certified family physician who trained in biochemistry and genetics at Cornell University before attending Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. For ten years, Dr. Shanahan practiced medicine in Hawaii, where she studied ethnobotany and the culinary habits of her healthiest patients. She currently serves as the Director of the Los Angeles Lakers PRO Nutrition Program and in March 2017 will be working in Newtown, CT.

Dr. Shanahan’s newly re-released book Deep Nutrition: Why Your Genes Need Traditional Food shows us how the campaign against saturated fat initiated sweeping dietary changes that affect our gene expression and replication. Dr. Cate illustrates how the modern diet has affected our health over the past few generations, delving into the science behind altered expression of our DNA, our predisposition to disease, even our physical appearance. She lays out the essential elements all traditional diets share in common, a road map in the form of traditional recipes, showing you your clearest path back to optimal health.

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Here’s the upcoming LLVLC Show episode schedule:
2-20: Gary Taubes Part 1
2-21: Gary Taubes Part 2
2-22: Gary Taubes Part 3
2-27: Gray Graham
2-28: Daniel Schulof
3-1: Dr. Scott Sherr
3-6: Dr. Philip Blair
3-7: Dr. Anthony Gustin
3-8: Jim Abrahams
3-13: Tyler Cartwright
3-14: Jason Thomas
3-15: Stephanie Dodier
3-20: Brian Bildt
3-21: Robb Wolf Part 1
3-22: Robb Wolf Part 2
3-27: Dr. Daniel Pompa
3-28: Dr. Georgia Ede
3-29: Dr. Eric Remensperger
4-3: Jason Seib
4-4: Dave Asprey
4-5: Dr. Terry Wahls
4-10: McKay Jenkins
4-11: Leanne Vogel
4-12: Dr. Bill Wilson
4-17: Dr. Stacey Reason
4-18: Victor Villalobos
4-19: Amy Berger
4-24: Dr. Marcus Conyers
4-25: Annie Brandt
4-26: Travis Christofferson
5-1: Daniele Della Valle
5-2: Nathanael Elmore
5-3: Dr. Jack Wolfson
5-8: Dan Strechay
5-9: Dr. Eric Berg
5-10: Dr. Jake Kushner
5-15: Dr. Glenn Livingston
5-16: Dr. Joe Mercola
5-17: Dr. Rangan Chatterjee
5-22: Ellen Davis
5-23: Howard J. Swatland
5-24: Dr. Elizabeth Blackburn
5-29: Carla and Emma Papas
5-30: Dr. Jacob Wilson/Ryan Lowery
5-31: Dr. David Perlmutter
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The LLVLC Show (Episode 1220): Victoria Adelus Is On A Quest To Make Quality Keto Foods Accessible

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In Episode 1220 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” we bring you an interview with former professional IFBB athlete, TV News & Health Reporter, and Program Director for Epigenix Foundation Victoria Adelus as our interview guest featured today. Victoria Adelus is the Program Director for Epigenix Foundation, a 501(c)(3) founded by the CEO of Quest, involved in studying the epigenetic impact of nutritional interventions on human disease and performance. With more than 12 years of experience in the fitness and nutrition industry and after receiving guidance from KetoPet Sanctuary (a program of Epigenix) to help reduce her dog’s seizures, Victoria became interested in the deep science of the Ketogenic Diet. Victoria joined Epigenix when the non-profit started several human pilot studies, and over the last year she’s helped more than 50 cancer patients with a ketogenic approach. Victoria is also the head of special projects at Quest. She started her career as a TV News and Health Reporter, while running a large online training and nutrition business. Victoria is also a former professional athlete in the international federation of bodybuilding and fitness.

Quest Keto meals were created in 2016 with a sole purpose of supporting the patients who participated in Epigenix Foundation’s pilot studies focused on the ketogenic diet and its impact on cancer. As some of the studies came to an end, many of the Foundation’s patients wanted to continue the diet and use Quest Keto meals as a tool in their everyday life. The product was then launched to the public to help people take the guesswork out of measuring their macros, allowing them to enjoy the benefits of a deliciously ketogenic diet with ease. From ketogenic cinnamon rolls to flatbreads, you can find it all at www.questketo.com!

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WE NEED YOUR FINANCIAL SUPPORT OF THIS PODCAST! We’ve got lots of exciting interview guests for you in the coming months discussing the very latest in nutrition, health and fitness. Your financial support and regular listening is sincerely appreciated. If these podcast interviews on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from the most provocative and thought-provoking experts in diet and healthy living have helped you in any way, then won’t you consider helping us out by clicking on the DONATE button? Or you can USE OUR AMAZON.COM LINK to make your regular purchase and we’ll get a small portion of your purchase. THANK YOU!

Tell us what you think about what Victoria Adelus shared about the role Quest Keto is playing in helping people attain their ketogenic diet goals in the show notes section of Episode 1220. Find out more about Victoria Adelus’ work at EpigenixFoundation.org. Listen in tomorrow as Jimmy talks with Dr. Cate Shanahan.

Here’s the upcoming LLVLC Show episode schedule:
2-15: Dr. Cate Shanahan
2-20: Gary Taubes Part 1
2-21: Gary Taubes Part 2
2-22: Gary Taubes Part 3
2-27: Dr. Scott Sherr
2-28: Daniel Schulof
3-1: Gray Graham
3-6: Dr. Philip Blair
3-7: Dr. Anthony Gustin
3-8: Jim Abrahams
3-13: Tyler Cartwright
3-14: Jason Thomas
3-15: Stacy Sims
3-20: Brian Bildt
3-21: Dan Strechay
3-22: Robb Wolf
3-27: Dr. Daniel Pompa
3-28: Dr. Georgia Ede
3-29: Dr. Eric Remensperger
4-3: Jason Seib
4-4: Dave Asprey
4-5: Dr. Terry Wahls
4-10: McKay Jenkins
4-11: Leanne Vogel
4-12: Dr. Bill Wilson
4-17: Dr. Stacey Reason
4-18: Victor Villalobos
4-19: Amy Berger
4-24: Dr. Marcus Conyers
4-25: Annie Brandt
4-26: Travis Christofferson
5-1: Daniele Della Valle
5-2: Nathanael Elmore
5-3: TBA
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5-9: TBA
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5-15: Stephanie Dodier
5-16: Dr. Joe Mercola
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5-22: TBA
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5-24: TBA
5-29: TBA
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