Carnivore Diet, Intermittent Fasting, “Are Plants Valuable?”, Ketosis



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  1. Usually if one cant crap on the carnivore diet, you need more fat. animal fat not oils or even butter. preferably animal fat. thank you dr. and you can also look up Zsofia Clemens helping patients with carnivore diet in Hungary.

  2. I listen to your videos and love your information. My husband has been on strict keto since May and has lost over 30 lbs. but his blood pressure is higher now than it was when he started keto. They keep having to increases blood pressure medicine. Does this make sense?

  3. Dr. Schmidt, what about studies that show that vegans live about nine years longer than meat eaters? The 7th day adventists who are vegan in Loma Linda ca are known to be the healthiest people with least amount of disease today

  4. Are you sure you were constipated on carnivore? You won't have been producing as much waste, since there was no fibre. Many people starting the carnivore diet mistake the resulting decrease in stool frequency or volume for constipation.

  5. I have been suffering from a lack of energy for the past 2.5years on keto (there were times when I carb cycled to see if it would help but it didn’t). My muscles are tired/fatigued and so is my head (although this may be due to an electrolyte imbalance and omega-3 deficiency which seems to get better when I consume therapeutic amounts of both). However, my muscles are tired. I am going to eat a lot of red meat to see if the carnitine and myoglobin will sort this out and help me to finally shed the 26lbs I’ve been trying to shed with keto (I lost about 11lbs but then I hit a stall that wouldn’t budge). I have been focusing on too much white meat and fish and sometimes ground meat but barely ate proper red meat (steaks, chops, eat). Healthy mitochondria is foundational to energy production and thus for keto to work. Thank you Dr Schmidt, this was an eye opener.

  6. a bit off topic but I am curious about statins (which I am on) – How they control cholesterol – how they apparently can be useful while you are on your initial keto somehow countering the fat cell excretions of cholesterol – and if you have had experience with eventually eliminating statins

  7. Not much mention of fish here doc? Before Japan became westernized after the war fish was the mainstay of protine for Japanese for thousands of years and that's where you would find some of the longest living people next to the Inuits who also mostly lived off seal fat and meat and fish with virtually no veg or fruit for 10 months of the year. Fish is good.

  8. I just started watching your video's. I wake up every night between 1am and 3am and the have trouble getting back to sleep. I have tried serotonin and Valerian they may work for one day then no effect.

  9. QUALITY of fat, is what new people need to understand. QUALITY of vegetables is super important too. Farm fresh or growing your own vegetables is crucial for reviving ones health.
    Simply going out and buying cheap packs of bacon and grain fed injected cow meat is not wise. Poison laden vegetables must go as well.
    This is a new way of life, this is a mindset of responsibility for ones wellbeing. Doctors are good for broken bones and hear attacks. Dr’s who deal with sick patients will bring no healing only more sickness.
    Know your farmer, both vegetable and cow farmers can bring us to good health. Fast like the Bible teaches. Eat higher quality foods and you find you eat less! Thank you for the encouraging lecture!

  10. It would make sense if we were hunter-gatherers for thousands of years we would go probably days without eating. The three meals a day would not be possible. Putting us like you say in a permanent ketosis.

  11. Processed meat was classified as Group 1, carcinogenic to humans. 
    Red meat was classified as Group 2A, probably carcinogenic to humans. The IARC Working Group considered more than 800 different studies on cancer in humans (some studies provided data on both types of meat; in total more than 700 epidemiological studies provided data on red meat and more than 400 epidemiological studies provided data on processed meat). The IARC Working Group consisted of 22 experts from 10 countries.
    http://www.who.int/features/qa/cancer-red-meat/en/

  12. Question Dr. Schmidt. I'm taking your multi glandular but I didn't realize the hormone content. I'm a breast cancer survivor who's cancer was fueled by my own estrogen. I was told I could never again have hormones. Not even natural. So, should I continue taking these Glandulars??

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