Basic overview of a ketogenic diet and my 90 day self-experiment with the diet. This video was filmed on day 40.

**FINAL RESULTS are in this video:

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What is a ketogenic diet:
What are the benefits of a keto diet, why eat it:
What kind of food do you eat on keto? (Food pRon inside!!):
What are the results so far (pics inside!!):
Where are good places to find out more:

If you want to see the written post for this video, go to:

The Ketogenic Diet Resource – –
Ketogains Reddit –
Ladies on Keto! Reddit –

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26 Replies to “90 Days of a Ketogenic Diet”

  1. started keto diet this week. started taking wheatgrass yesterday. Having Rapid heartbeats. Woke up at 3am with Rapid heartbeats. Having them now, sitting up, or when lying down???? Help????

  2. Hi! You look great! I was wondering how do you build muscle mass on keto diet? My husband loves lifting heavy weights but recently he has started keto diet/paleo diet and he is sad because he can't lift as much as before he says he lacks the energy since he has no carbs. He wants to change to bodyweight exercises like push ups etc. I was wondering, how can he still build muscle mass without carbs? would he still have energy to do any resistance training? Thanks!

  3. Wonderful achievement! I hope you are following the news on cured meat. There is no longer any doubt, cured meats cause cancer. I hope you will switch to grass-fed. Continued success to you!

  4. Fruits are part of the ketogenic diet, the sugars you are talking about are processed and raw sugars, intrinsic sugars from fruit are with fibre so they will not directly spike your  insulin levels, they are part of the healthy keto diet, yes fruits should be taking in moderation and understanding the glycemic index of the fruit, its like saying chia seeds 1 table spoon is about 0.4 grams of carbs and  2 table spoons is your daily intake of your omega 3s, 1 clove of garlic is nearly 1 gram of carbs and the super health properties you get from just eating those two things is "gigantic", a target you should be looking for is healthy carbs a day is about 25 grams, different if you suffering from cancer then I would avoid all carbs because cancer likes any type of carb good or bad that's its only  type of food source,,, keep up the good work.

  5. A quick chemistry lesson
    Your digestive tract is full of bacteria. Some of them feed on choline and carnitine, nutrients in red meat, egg yolks and high-fat dairy products. As they feed, they give off a chemical called TMA (trimethylamine). Your liver turns TMA into TMAO (trimethylamine-N-oxide).
    TMAO in your blood affects the inner wall of your blood vessels, causing cholesterol buildup. If you have chronically high TMAO, you have double the risk of heart attack, stroke and death. Studies show that levels of TMAO in your blood can help predict your risk of heart disease.

    A natural treatment

    So, if TMAO is harmful, how do we get rid of it? One way is to stop gut bacteria from making TMA in the first place.
    The new study by Dr. Hazen and his team found that a natural substance called DMB (3,3-dimethyl-1-butanol) could do this in mice. The result was lower TMAO levels and fewer clogged arteries.
    “We were able to show that drugging the microbiome is an effective way to block diet-induced heart disease,” says Dr. Hazen. “It’s much like how we use statins to stop cholesterol from forming in a body’s cells.”
    DMB is found in some olive and grapeseed oils. Because it’s not an antibiotic, DMB doesn’t kill “good bacteria.” And, unlike antibiotics, there’s little risk of overusing it or building resistance to it.

    What this means for you

    There’s a long way to go before treatments are fully tested and approved for humans.
    “My hope is that, down the road, this type of approach to lowering TMAO can be used to augment other approaches for reducing risk of cardiovascular events,” says Dr. Hazen.
    In the meantime, should you stop eating meat and other animal products? Dr. Hazen says moderation is key.
    “Omnivores usually do have higher levels of TMAO than vegetarians and vegans, but not always,” he says. “TMAO level is determined more by your gut microbes than your diet. Other factors also play a role, such as the microbes you’re exposed to and other aspects of your health, like kidney function and genetics.”

    A test to measure TMAO levels is now available at Cleveland HeartLab.
    December 31, 2015 / By Heart and Vascular Team

    Red Meat Linked to Kidney Failure -Red meat increases your risk for kidney failure, according to a study published online in the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology. Researchers assessed data from 63,257 participants as part of the Singapore Chinese Health Study and tracked diet and kidney failure. Those who consumed the most protein from red meat increased their risk for end-stage kidney disease. Results showed that replacing a single serving of red meat with another source of protein, such as soy products or legumes, cut the risk for disease by over 60 percent. These findings support previous research that suggests diets high in processed meats increase risk for disease and mortality.

    Lew QLJ, Jafar TH, Koh HWL, et al. Red meat intake and risk of ESRD. J Am Soc Nephrol. Published online July 14, 2016.

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