446 views Add as favoriteFew men have helped more people learn about low-carb diets than investigate reporter Gary Taubes. Dr. Atkins receives a great deal of the ascribe for popularizing the low-carb approach in the 70 s, but Taubes gets much of the approval for reigniting the glow with his 2002 section, “What if it’s all been a big solid lie? ” followed by his book “Good Calories, Bad Calories.”
Now, Taubes is back with his latest book, The Case for Keto. This record is a convincing account of police investigations, including interviews with over 100 clinicians who prescribe keto diets to their patients.
Taubes expertly describes the persisting weight loss paradigm of “eat little move more” and bars it with scientific testify and practical assertions that depict why that approach doesn’t work for many of us.
Taubes exceeds at introducing their own bodies of nutritional discipline along with findings from “the real world.” Through that lens, he explains why many of us need a different approach.
Have you struggled with weight loss? Have you considered a keto diet? If so, you’ll “ve got to hear” Gary Taubes are contributing to rethink weight loss and do his contingency for keto.
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00:00 Introduction 02:37 Personalized meal plan ads 03:47 Welcome, Gary Taubes 04:07 The Case for Keto: who’s it for? 07:50 Gary’s personal excursion on writing the book 12:31 Misconception of the word ” starve” in the state society 16:15 The storey of starvation psychosis from the book 20:28 Fat amplification in obesity vs in biochemistry textbook 30:47 The question with nutritions being unsustainable 36:55 People who can tolerate high carb nutritions 43:17 Challenges from overcoming a personal bias 47:13 Well vs “poorly” devised keto diet 55:57 Polarization of keto, then and now 1:02:33 Conceives on the present” nutritional battle” 1:07:13 Where to find the book and Gary Taubes
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