There's a new documentary on Netflix that I certainly DO NOT recommend you watch.
If it was a school project... the teacher would have flunked the knuckleheads who made the film because they obviously made stuff up to support many of their claims.
Normally, I wouldn't even make a post to bring any attention to this steaming pile of ...
but it's on Netflix, so a lot of people are watching it...
and since many of my FB friends know I am a huge proponent of the ketogenic diet...
I get asked about it often.
Now I'll simply reply with the words "pure vegan propaganda" and a link to this post.
To be fair... I haven't even watched the film and I have no plans to.
I watched the trailer and that was enough to get me to want to throw something at my TV.
I considered cancelling my Netflix subscription in protest, but there are too many other great Netflix shows I love so I can't let this one piece of shit mockumentary rob me from enjoying House of Cards and ...
I recently appeared on the Maven Nation podcast to discuss the wedding photography business and the ketogenic diet and how efficiency can help you with both.
It's a 45 minute conversation and I highly suggest adding this podcast to your rotation if you want to upgrade your life with practical, useful information.
Part of our mission at Ketology is to help right a wrong that was perpetrated on the public back in the 1950's.
We were all duped!
And we're still suffering as a society today as the obesity epidemic is on the rise.
It's time to spread the truth about what's causing more and more people to become obese (and as a result, Type 2 diabetes and other metabolic diseases are on the rise).
Contrary to popular belief...
Eating fat doesn't make you fat!
Sugar is the culprit.
I know that's not what anyone wants to hear... because things made with sugar are so delicious...
But it's true none the less.
This 5 minute comedy sketch is actually spot on:
Take 3 minutes and watch this amusing video on why you should skip the "heart healthy" whole grains and just eat real food like butter:
Our unofficial slogan around here is "Come for the weight loss, stay for the wellness".
A well formulated ketogenic diet will all but certainly help you lose unwanted body fat, but it'll also promote long term health and reduce your risk for type 2 diabetes and other metabolic diseases.
More and more evidence is suggesting that a ketogenic diet can actually reverse Type 2 Diabetes despite the ADA's claim that T2D is a progressive disease that can only be managed with medication. If you are diabetic, or pre-diabetic, watch this Ted talk and see for yourself:
Cardiologist Dr. Aseem Malhotra was recently names alongside Michelle Obama and Michael Bloomberg as a leading voice in the fight against global obesity. He practices in the UK's National Health Service (NHS) and is a tireless campaigner for lifestyle medicine as the optimal prescription for a long, lean, healthy and happy life. Watch this 5:38 minute interview then check out The Big Fat Fix if you'd like to learn more.
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