The Real Skinny on Fat: The Truth about Weight Loss
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Dr. Eric Westman, M.D., M.H.S.: Keto Made Simple
Dr. Eric Westman, M.D, – “Clinical Experience using LCHF in a Medical Setting”
Dr. Sarah Hallberg, DO, MS: Reversing Type 2 Diabetes
Christine Cronau – The Fat Revolution
Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt – ‘Maintaining weight loss and Type 2 reversal – How sustainable is it?
Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt is a Swedish medical doctor based in Karlstad who specializes in family medicine. He is primarily interested in how food and lifestyle can improve a patient’s health and reduce their medication needs.
In 2007, Dr. Eenfeldt started the blog “Kostdoktorn” – a Swedish word that means “Diet Doctor.” The goal was to make it simple for anyone to learn about low carb-high fat nutrition and discuss their results. It rapidly became the most popular health blog in Sweden and one of the most popular blogs in all categories.
In the spring of 2011, the English version of the Diet Doctor blog was launched. It was not immediately popular and for several years it mostly contained translated articles from the Swedish site. Slowly, things started to gather momentum. Income from book sales and frequent lecturing allowed Dr. Eenfeldt to gather a small team of co-workers and the website began to grow in popularity worldwide.
DietDoctor.com now has several million visits per month and still receives no money from industry, offers no products for sale and contains no ads. It is funded entirely by paid subscribers with the goal of spreading the word about outdated nutritional information and to push for a food revolution.
The video below is Dr. Eenfeldt’s tips for persons just beginning Keto. The testimonials at the end are nothing short of mind-blowing. One woman went from 334 lbs. to 139 lbs….that’s a loss of 195 lbs!
David Perlmutter, MD, and Prof. Tim Noakes – The Empowering Neurologist
Quoted from Dr. David Perlmutter: “Prof. Tim Noakes is one of my all-time heroes. As many of you may know, Prof. Noakes, a South African physician, was brought before a professional council for his advocacy of a lower carbohydrate diet. Ultimately he was fully exonerated, defending his position with reference to recommending higher fat consumption while reducing carbohydrates, as documented in the movie The Magic Pill (http://bit.ly/2lFVLhu), which focuses not only on the importance of reducing refined carbohydrates for weight loss, but also how diets higher in these carbohydrates are threatening to our health and pave the way for disease.
I will say that our interview explore other areas of his career which are certainly quite interesting, including his experiences with a swimmer in both the Arctic and Antarctic.
What an enjoyable interview this is.”
A Personal Story by Jenny Gough Short – You Should Be Able to Trust Your Doctor
‘If traditional diet advice works why is the world getting fatter and sicker at an alarming rate?’ – that’s the question Jenny asks the audience at Adapt Indiana. Listen to her heartbreaking story of what happened when her mother followed the doctor’s advice, despite seeing the benefits of keto firsthand.
Damon Gameau Served as Our Guinea Pig to Show us the Devastating Health Effects of Sugar
In the vein of “Supersize Me”, Damon Gameau becomes a human guinea-pig when he puts himself through a grueling 6 week diet consuming the equivalent of 40 teaspoons of sugar a day… the average daily amount consumed by teenagers! This bold, colourful and entertaining film explores all things “sweet” and exposes the damage that fructose (processed sugar) is doing to a generation of addicts. (The movie starts right after his pretty awesome music video, so sit back and enjoy)!
Casey Durango – Just Move More and Eat Less Part 1 – Adapt Event
This was the advice Casey Durango was given to lose weight. She implemented this by training for (and participating in) multiple triathlons. She worked with a nutritionist, got her calories from carbs, and followed the food pyramid. The result? She was sore and hungry. Watch this video to find out who helped her turn her life around.
“In the first year of going keto Casey Durango lost 47 pounds.
But going keto was never about the weight loss for her, it was about feeling better. Did it work? Watch this video to find out!”