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Can Keto Diets Raise The Risk Of Cardiovascular Disease And Stroke?

It’s Eric Bakker. Thanks for coming back. We’re going going to talk about Keto Diets
or the high protein, high fat diets and the risk of heart disease and stroke. Now, there are people out there who advocate
healthy Keto, but still people who eat Keto are looking at high fat consumption, high,
high animal protein consumption, low resistance starch consumption. They take out lots of different foods than
non Keto people eat. Particularly starchy vegetables are taken
out, which really concerns me. If you look at the European journal of nutrition,
a study was released not that long ago showing a dramatic increase in TMAO, Trimethylamine
N-oxide, which is a toxic compound produced in the gut by bacteria called Hungatella bacteria. They produce TMAO, particularly with a high
protein load. People who eat continually high amounts of
protein long term are much more likely to have very high levels of TMAO. Now, TMAO is associated with a very high risk
of heart disease. What they did, they conducted a study with
Paleo diets, not Keto, but high protein diets and I’m pretty sure that we’re going to find
the same with Keto long term, a high TMAO concentration. This pushes a person to a 62% or greater increase
risk of heart disease just having this high TMAO. Long term restriction or resistant starches
starving the microbiome for example, but pushing it into a high fat or high protein state alters
the microbiome state and that can induce different diseases in people. It’s not healthy. It may be nice to look sexy on Instagram,
but you don’t look sexy lying in a coffin prematurely because you went on some flash
diet. Don’t maintain these diets longterm. They’re okay short term, but longterm you
need to make the changes in your lifestyle and diet if you want to keep this weight off
permanently, not follow some fancy diet that pumps protein or fat levels up and takes a
lot of other food out. That’s just part of the equation. It’s a quick fix. To me, it’s just like what’s happening in
the States now pushing up everything falsely and what’s going to happen? It’s all going to implode on itself. It’s the same with these diets and your health
long term. Following them long term is no sign of building
fantastic health long term. All it’s doing is it’s allowing you to stabilize
some blood sugars, get some fat off your butt, but I’d hate to see what the arteries are
going to be like in the brain and around the heart after you’ve done a Keto or a Paleo
longterm. But remember, we’re talking not healthy Keto
or Paleo because there are healthy forms of these diets and they include certain fruits
and resistant starches that in my opinion, should have never been taken out in the first
place. That’s my take on it for what it’s worth. Don’t forget to click on the link if you want
my free 17 page report in the description box. Thanks for tuning in.

Randall Smitham



  1. DiogenesTheCynic SocratesTheJust Posted on September 10, 2019 at 7:49 am


  2. Maria Beyla Posted on September 10, 2019 at 1:37 pm

    What is considered short term because I feel like I have to cut most carbs to get rid of this LPR issue

  3. Vero A R Posted on September 10, 2019 at 3:47 pm

    I did a keto type diet for a year, towards the end I was losing my energy and develop hypoglycemia, going low carb was one of the worst dietary choices I have ever made and I didn't even do it for weight loss I did it because I thought it would fix my digestive problems because I was blaming fruits vegetables and fiber I didn't know that it was actually something wrong with me that I couldn't handle those foods, now I'm on a journey to heal my digestive system, but I'm not sure if candida has anything to do with my digestive issues, my doctor said she doesn't believe in Candida so I guess I can't rely on her to help me or test me for it ☹

  4. amt Posted on September 10, 2019 at 4:10 pm

    Could you describe a healthy keto diet in detail?

  5. Andrew S Posted on September 10, 2019 at 6:19 pm

    I believe high fat is better than high protein. Humans don't need much meat or flesh to fufill our daily requirements for amino acids. Fats on the other hand contain omega 3's, omega 9's, some like ghee may contain butyrate, fat soluable vitamins and fat can actually be used as a fuel source. But like you said long term these diets may alter the gut too much so having a balance of all types of healthy foods is best. For me at least

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