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The ketogenic diet is so popular that it was searched over 25 million times in one year. Some experts support its effectiveness to help people lose weight, while others claim that it’s the worst diet to try. Research and data have advanced and proven that everyone has it wrong. Dr. Steven Gundry is with Tom explaining why he and the rest of the medical community got ketosis all wrong. He shares why mitochondrial uncoupling is really the star and this is what you need to know to make your dieting experience easier and more effortless. No need to live completely devoid of carbohydrates on a keto diet any longer.
0:00 | Introduction to Dr. Steven Gundry
0:55 | What You Got Wrong About Keto
8:05 | Why Mitochondria Is Key to Keto
12:22 | Metabolic Flexibility & Fat Burning
18:53 | What Ketones Are Signaling
23:05 | Mitochondrial Uncoupling
34:53 | The Miracle Weight Loss Drug
39:38 | Benefit of Polyphenols
46:35 | Mitochondria DNA is Female
50:01 | Restricted Eating & Feeding Times
56:40 | Blue Zone Diets & Goat Milk
“50 percent of normal weight individuals have no metabolic flexibility.” [13:03]
“At full ketosis, human beings can only meet 30% of their calorie needs by burning ketones. The rest have to come from free fatty acids and glucose.” [19:09]
“Ketones are not a super fuel, they are actually a signaling molecule that tells mitochondria to protect themselves at all cost from damage” [20:15]
“In a ketogenic diet, if you do it right and uncouple your mitochondria, you waste fuel. You feed six dogs instead of one, and that’s where the benefit of ketosis comes from.” [30:21]
“You want to cycle in and out of ketosis on a 24 hour basis.” [49:37]
“It’s the cycling in and out of getting the benefits of ketosis. Without full ketosis, that makes all the difference.” [56:29]
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