Low Carb & Keto: What about Cholesterol?

Low Carb & Keto: What about Cholesterol?

Thanks to Squarespace for sponsoring this video. Consider the ingredients in the following low carb high fat recipe. “Two pounds of de-boned white fish, one-half cup butter and two-thirds pint or more of cream, two tablespoon of flour, the juice of one half lemon, salt and pepper to taste.” Excluding the fish and lemon, this recipe’s saturated-fat-packed dairy to carbohydrate ratio is 19:1. Low carb or ketogenic cookbooks with recipes…

Diet Doctor Podcast #27 — David Diamond, PhD

Diet Doctor Podcast #27 — David Diamond, PhD

#1Welcome back to the Diet Doctor podcast with Dr. Bret Scher. Today I’m joined by Dr. David Diamond. Now, Dr. Diamond has a PhD in biology and he is a professor at the department of psychology at the University of South Florida. Now, interestingly, his work is in cognitive and neuroscience and he’s done this for decades. But because of a personal journey, he has now gone down this whole…

Food and Your Health: Cholesterol

Food and Your Health: Cholesterol

– [Narrator] It may surprise you to know that cholesterol itself isn’t bad. In fact, cholesterol is just one of the many substances created and used by our bodies to keep us healthy. So, what is cholesterol exactly and where does it come from? Cholesterol is a soft, fat-like substance found in the bloodstream and in all your body’s cells. Your body makes all the cholesterol it needs. Low-density lipoprotein,…

Carbohydrates – Huel Nutrition

Carbohydrates – Huel Nutrition

Another group of macronutrients is carbohydrate or carbs. Now structurally these are mono, di, and oligosaccharides which are the short chain or polysaccharides which are the long chain ie the complex carbs but we don’t usually use these terms when talking about what we eat because they’re complicated terms. We usually use the term glycemic index or GI. Now you might have heard this term before it’s useful but does…

Types of fat and more – Huel Nutrition

Types of fat and more – Huel Nutrition

There are different types of fats in our diet. Firstly, there’s saturated fat which for many years we’ve been told are the real baddies and we should be cutting down on which is not necessarily the case but nevertheless I would avoid having too many saturated fats because there has been at a link to high saturated fat intake and having a high cholesterol level which puts you at risk…

More Than an Apple a Day: Preventing Our Most Common Diseases

More Than an Apple a Day: Preventing Our Most Common Diseases

“More Than an Apple a Day: Preventing Our Most Common Diseases” In my annual presentation last year, I ran through the 15 leading causes of death, exploring the latest science on the role diet may play in preventing, arresting, and even reversing some of our top 15 killers. Or, if you remember actually, our top 16 killers, since side effects from prescription drugs kill an estimated 106,000 Americans every year….

Oil: The Vegan Killer

Oil: The Vegan Killer

I’m Mic and today: oil and how eating it kills people, specifically vegans. Whenever a vegan is talking about how they have a lower heart disease risk than people that eat animal products or meat and they maybe mention the Adventist 2 study where vegans had a 26% lower risk of getting heart disease than their meat-eating neighbors. Or maybe that review on the epic Oxford study that predicted a…

"Healthy" LDL Cholesterol on the Prison Food Diet | Dave Feldman

"Healthy" LDL Cholesterol on the Prison Food Diet | Dave Feldman

Dave Feldman is well known for his research on cholesterol triglycerides and lipid metabolism some very important data for his research has come from experimenting on himself at the time of this interview he had done 105 blood tests over just 35 months for example in one of his experiments he purposely gained about 25 pounds of fat over just four weeks to understand what happens in the body when…