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How Much Protein? How Much Fat?


Hello everyone, It s Butter Bob. And this video is about Protein. It s also about Fat. It s about how much protein, how much fat? Hello everyone, It s Butter Bob. And this video is about Protein. It’s also about Fat. It’s about how much protein, how much fat? You know, it’s a big question, it’s a big
debate, it gets some really nasty comments on Facebook. It gets a lot of people all tore up, all the
time. Even I, when I first started making videos,
and first started my Facebook page, I would always tell people to get fat way up. You know, it s bothered people. You ll go to other websites and they ll have
charts, they ll have a chart that tells you the exact protein amount you need for your
height or your sex. Knowing exactly how much protein you need. You know, guys, there is not a single creature
on the face of this Earth, not even one, who is arrogant enough to calculate how much fat
or protein they need to be healthy. Only man, only man thinks this way. And only man gets himself in trouble thinking
this way. Guys, the most important thing you should
know about your body is this, if you eat the right foods, your body will regulate the right
amount of food for you. It will regulate the amount of protein and
the amount of fat that is right for you. You know, is there an optimal amount of protein
that you need to eat, or fat that you need to eat? The answer is YES. Yes, there is, there’s an optimal amount of
protein you need to be healthy, and fat. Guys, no one can know that for you. Any chart you see, don’t let it tear you all
to pieces, because no one can know what your requirements are, or what you need to be healthy. But, you know, there is someone that does
know the answer to this question? And that is your own brain. You know, I m coming to you with this video
today and you’re looking at the video on your computer or on your phone, or on whatever
device you watch Youtube videos on. And you know, behind the scenes, behind the
workings of our little computer, there are what we might call generations of software
and hardware that has been developed over time, by many, many people. For a long period of time. And this software, allows me to make a video,
upload it, and it allows you to look at it anywhere you are in the world. It’s a program that allows this activity between you and I. And you know, the very fact that you were
born, the fact that you were conceived by your Mother and Father, gave you a program,
a program that tells you how to be a successful human being, biologically. That’s the truth. You inherited that. And that software program, that program that
you have inside of you, it’s encoded into your system. Guys, this represents the work of thousands
of generations. Thousands of generations of living beings
passing down the genes and the software of the most successful (members) of that bunch. Of your ancestors. The ones who lived long enough to reproduce. And you have this marvelous system that tells
you, when to be hungry, how much to eat of certain foods, when to stop eating. What’s the real problem? Why do we need to worry about our food? Well you know guys; this is something that
I want to talk to you about that’s really important. We, in the modern world, have started to eat
foods that our ancestors never ate before. And there’s some studies out, in the literature,
especially in animals, that show us that when we eat the wrong foods, when we eat the foods
that are highly, highly, high in carbohydrates, grains and sugars, that it messes up our internal
feedback system that tells us when to eat and how much to eat. And, I want to share some of those with you,
because I think this is going to bring to light why you probably don t need a little
scale, like this, to figure out how much protein, how much fat. You know, this little scale here, tells you
the ounces. You can just put your food on there, and I
know people who are so exacting, they make sure they get exactly the right amount. You know guys, you don’t need that, you don’t really need that, most of you don’t. There may be a few of you that in such trouble that you might need to be more exacting with your diet, but for the most part, most of
you don’t need that. I want to tell you about a study that was
done about animals. In 2012, a study was done about, with dogs. They did five breeds of dog, from a really
small little dog, all the way up to a St. Barnard. I think they had a Labrador Retriever, they
had a Schnauzer in there. But, anyway, they gave these dogs several
different types of foods, five different types. Some of them had less protein, some of them
had more protein, on a sliding scale. Some of them had a whole lot of sugar and
added things in them, some of them didn’t. And you know what they found? No matter, if it was a small dog, or the big
dog, the dogs as they ate, tended to select for themselves, unconsciously, they didn’t
know, the dogs just knew, “that program” we’ve been talking about. They ate about 30% protein. They just self-selected it. They ate about 30% protein, about 63% fat
and the rest carbohydrate, a real small amount, I think, 7% carbohydrate. These dogs, when they were allowed to eat,
from a variety of diets, they came up with about a 30% protein ratio, for the dog, and
about a 63% fat. So these guys, these scientists studying this,
they wanted to know if there were any other studies that kind of backed up that self-selection
thing, and they found a couple more studies. I want to share them with you. They found a 1983 study that found about the
same ratio, the dogs would select about a 30% protein ratio. They also found a 2003 study, that dogs would
self-select somewhere around 27% protein. And all these dogs, tended to select this
diet, this 30% diet, 30% protein diet, if they were allowed to pick and choose from
a variety of foods, for themselves. If they weren’t restricted. They also found, that when the dog food had
a lot of carbohydrates in it, like say this one. I took these snapshots a year or two ago. This one s got wheat flour. Soybean meal. Cereal food. Corn Syrup. I mean, look at the stuff that s in this dog
food here, it s pitiful. Here s another one. Ground yellow corn, corn gluten meal, chicken
by-product meal, soybean meal. Look guys, this is insane. When the dogs were faced with a diet of this
kind of food. And look at this one, here s another one for
you. Here s a dog food that has about a 30% protein,
but look at the fat, 9% fat. That means, it s got a whole lot of carbohydrate
in it. The dogs are going to not get the nutrition
that they want to self-select, they’re going to overeat. That’s just what they’re going to do. There was a study in 2011, called the State
of Pet Health, it was done by the Banfield Pet Hospital. That said that diabetes was one of the most
growing things with dogs. 36% increase in diabetes for dogs, canine
diabetes. And about a, I don’t know, I can’t remember
now. 16% increase in cat diabetes. And one of the biggest problems with dogs
and cats is they have dental problems from eating all this high carb food that they’re
not really designed by nature to eat. And this was a big study guys, this was a
study done looking at the records of over two million dogs and 450,000 cats. You know this is, what’s happening to us, is
also happening to our pets. And I m not really wanting to focus on animals,
in this, in this video, but these studies in animals tell us something about ourselves. If dogs will select a certain level of protein,
are they the only ones who do it? No. They found something very interesting. If Cats, for instance, cats, a domestic cat. This study found that cats, a domesticated cat,
would self-select a 52% protein and a 36% fat and a 12% carbohydrate. If they were allowed to eat whatever they
wanted, they would self-select those ratios. Now, they also have another study that they
found with feral cats, cats that are, you know, maybe used to be domesticated, now they’re just out and about, fending for themselves. And they found a very similar ratio. And it’s probably because the cats that were
domesticated had more carbs available, because the feral cats, the wild cats chose a 52%
protein, about the same as the domesticated cats, but they picked a higher fat ratio of
46% fat ratio and an only 2% carb ratio. Now this is with cats. When they were able to select their own food,
and eat to whatever that little program that’s in them said to eat, they selected a 52%
protein. Now this is something to understand, mankind
has a certain protein level that we need, and I’ve read that’s close to 15%, or so. Dogs seem to select about 30%, cats seem to
select about 52%, and we can go even further than that, they actually did another study
with wolves. Let me find it. The study with wolves, also selected about
a 52% protein and a 47% fat and 1% carbohydrate. And guys, they have done this study, they
have done studies on pigs, on spiders, on different types of fish, on all sorts of animals,
I mean numerous, I found a lot while I was doing the research for this, where they self-selected
in nature, if they were eating the foods that they were pretty much designed to eat, they
would almost always, no matter where they were, come up with a protein, fat, carbohydrate
ratio that was about the same (as others in their species). This is important guys, the problem is, is
that we are eating, in our modern society, foods that man was never designed or adapted
to eat. You see, the ability to choose the right foods,
the right percentages of foods, comes when we have available to us the foods that we
were supposed to eat. When we are eating the right types of food,
then our internal program will pick the right foods to eat and the right percentage. See the cow is designed to eat grass, but
if you give it corn it’ll eat too much, the horse is the same way. You know, kids, little children, you give
them candy and they ll eat it and eat it and eat it. These are foods that bypass our natural inner
thermostat that tells us how much to eat and how much not to eat. Guys, this is the most important thing I can
tell you, this is why I tell you, when you first start this diet, and I still do it to
this day, keep your foods simple. Eat fried chicken, eat a steak, eat hamburger,
eat whole foods, whole foods, not junk foods. And I also tell you, listen, don’t make these
elaborate recipes, these elaborate recipes bypass, tend to bypass our ability to stop. You know, if you eat a steak, when you’re
full, you’ll stop, you just will. You’ll stop eating. And you will tend to select the right amount
of protein, the right amount of fat. You don’t have to worry about adding fat to
your diet, you don’t have to worry about adding protein to your diet, if you eat the right
foods. So, what’s the bottom line on this? Stop worrying about eating an exact percentage
of fat. Stop worrying about trying to get an exact
amount of protein in your life. Stop worrying about all these things. Make your diet simple. Eat foods that you know are low in carbs,
high in protein, high in fat. And for some of you, you might have to go
higher protein, some of you might have to go higher fat. The point of the diet is to satisfy your internal
thermostat, that tells you how much to eat. When that is satisfied and you feel the appetite
control kick in, by whatever percentage works for you. Anybody that tells you that if you eat this
exact thing and that exact thing and this exact percentage and that exact percentage,
is really just talking out of their head, they don’t know what the heck they’re talking
about, because everybody is different. I know people who cannot stand a very high
percentage of fat in their diet. Now, I’m not talking about eating a high calorie
diet, I’m talking about eating a high fat percentage diet. I know people, who don’t do well with a high
protein diet, they just don’t do well on it. Anybody that tells you that high protein works
better than high fat, it may for them, but it may not for you. And if they’re telling you that their way
is right and your way is wrong, they are showing you, that they don’t know what they’re talking
about, period. Everyone is different, we all have different
needs, different requirements, different tastes, different problems. But here’s what really works, eating whole
foods that we were designed to eat, like we ve talked about in my other videos, you know
that video I did on, The Strong Medicine of Steak and Hamburgers, the (video) took it
down to a very basic level, where if you re eating the foods, the we pretty much are adapted to eat, if you eat those foods, your body will regulate the amount of food you need. Start your diet out with a very low carb percentage. Now that’s something you may have to measure out, because what we re trying to do, we re trying to do a hack here. We’re trying to do a body hack. We re going to take our insulin down, by restricting
carbs, very strict. Now listen, for some of you, you may have
to restrict your carbs down to almost nothing. Some of you, I’d say start with about 20 grams
a day. Some of you could take it up much higher than
that, I mean, much higher. Don’t let anyone tell you that this is the
exact amount of carbs that will work for every person, that’s not true, I’m sorry, it’s just
not true. And, you know, it depends on you on a lot
of those things. It depends on your level of energy, your level
of insulin resistance. But start, start simple with about a 20 grams
of carbs a day, then just eat regular whole foods, whole foods. Foods that are low in carbohydrates, high
in nutrition. Meat, all meat is high in nutrition, I mean,
it just is. Greens, they’re great for you. Eat those things. Eat them until you are satisfied. If you feel like that you’re still hungry after
you eat, and you’re feeling like that all the time, play with it a little bit. Maybe increase your fat a little bit. Not the amount of calories you eat, but the
amount of fat you eat in your meal. Or, if fat makes you sick, if you don t like
it, if it doesn t work for you, increase the protein a little. In other words, eat a little leaner meat,
or a little more fatty meat. See. Or add a little more fat, a little less fat. But here’s the thing, when you do eat and
your body says “stop eating I’m done, you’ve satisfied me”, and it will with real food. It will do that. Stop eating, because then your body is going
to kick in during the fasting time to eat the big belly. It will start using that energy around your
belly and your butt and your chinny, chin, chins. So don’t stress about protein, realize that
there’s many, many studies that tell us that animals, all over the world, and it’s obvious
actually, that animals all over the world, insects, up to the biggest animals, regulate
how much protein and fat they eat so long as they’re eating the foods that they were
designed to eat, period. There is not a single, solitary animal in
the world arrogant enough to believe they can calculate the exact amount of protein
and fat that they eat. Can’t do it. And even if you were a genius, you could not
possibly know how much protein or fat that is even in a hamburger that you eat. I mean, you can look at the label, but you
don’t know, you don’t know what that animal was fed, you don’t know really, you can’t
know. But your body does know. Some expert on the internet does not know
with their charts and their snide remarks. They can’t know this. But your body knows, your body knows how much
protein you need and when you satisfy it, it stops being hungry. It knows how much fat you need, you’ll see
your brain light up, and you’ll feel better when you’re eating the right amount. How does your body tell you that you’re not
eating the right amount? It’ll either make you super hungry, and that’s what junk food does. You’re super hungry, because you’re not getting what you need. Or it’ll give you a craving. You know, pregnant women, I mean, they get cravings, for weird things, why? I mean, it has to be that our body is trying
to tell us that we need something and that we’re not getting it. So, it has ways of communicating with you. If you, your appetite is satisfied and you’re feeling good, your energy level is up, you’re not hungry, you feel good, your moods are good, don’t worry about not eating, don’t worry about if you didn’t make your protein macro today. Don’t worry if you didn’t get enough fat today, forget about it. Thank goodness that we don’t have to rely
on weighing out our food. No animal on the face of the Earth, no insect,
no bird, no reptile, has to weigh out its food. And we don’t either. We give our body what it needs and it will
find a way to get up to the optimal levels. Thanks for watching, hope this helps you. Remember to subscribe, if you haven’t already. And keep those notes coming, I love seeing
the notes from you guys, especially those of you that lost so much weight, or got your
A1c good, or you’re off your diabetes medicine. Guys, you have a wonderful, wonderful body
and if you can just feed it what it needs, it’s going to create health for you. It really is. Get off the junk, get your body off the junk. Get your dogs and cats off the junk, get your
animals off, feed them what they’re designed to eat and they’ll be more healthy too. Thanks for watching, Good bye.

Randall Smitham

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100 COMMENTS

  1. MJ Smith Posted on November 24, 2018 at 4:53 am

    From West Tennessee and I wanna day thank you so much! You’re such an inspiration. 👊🏻♥️

    Reply
  2. GARY SCHWITZ Posted on November 27, 2018 at 12:31 pm

    Another great video!

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  3. Linda's World Posted on December 6, 2018 at 6:59 am

    I really like your videos. Thank you!

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  4. Tom Tagler Posted on December 9, 2018 at 7:11 pm

    how much fat in your arteries make your pants fall off. lol

    Reply
  5. Mrholmes008 Posted on December 11, 2018 at 10:50 pm

    Thanks for the awesome video keep it up!

    Reply
  6. Doug Hook Posted on December 14, 2018 at 1:31 am

    I just came across your site today Bob, and I must say that you make much more sense than the doctors and dieticians who work with diabetics. I have struggled with Type 2 diabetes for nearly 20 years, and have simply jumped from medication to medication regime. Several times I approached doctors about fasting and they all poo-pooed the idea saying it was too dangerous. God bless you and your common sense. You have given me hope.

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  7. The Cook And the Cookie Posted on December 19, 2018 at 5:37 am

    Someone explain to me what fats he keeps talking about to PUT IN your diet. And how do you eat 20 grams or less of carbs?? Vegetables have carbs!

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  8. JAYNE CABIRAC Posted on December 23, 2018 at 9:05 pm

    THANKS BOB FOR GIVING US TRUTH!!!!

    Reply
  9. Jo Andrews Posted on December 26, 2018 at 3:41 pm

    I got down on my knees and asked God to help me. I asked him W HY I w as ALW AYS hungry. You popped up on my IPad. So far I’ve lost 21 pounds eating Whole Foods. Thank you so much!

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  10. Bobby G Posted on December 30, 2018 at 6:41 am

    Hey Bob, Just began this program! I need to lose 100 pounds…seriously! God willing, I can have it gone by July 2019 , like you did in 7 months, then just go from there! Thank you for your help! God bless!

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  11. S Resty Posted on January 3, 2019 at 10:23 am

    how much protein or fat should be calculate by moderating you insulin if you spike or not. There is a general ball park number, but some will need less and others more. I really enjoy your videos

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  12. Benjamin Fowler Posted on January 7, 2019 at 12:20 pm

    12:18
    35.5g protein
    13.2g fat
    are not 52% protein and 47% fat…
    its 72% and 27%….

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  13. R S Posted on January 7, 2019 at 2:57 pm

    This is great and all, but mainly applies to men. And to healthy people, with healthy food relationships. Many women can’t do “lazy keto” (not counting calories and measuring every milligram) and lose weight. Guys have a lot more success with that.

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  14. Jan Nunn Posted on January 9, 2019 at 3:28 pm

    l love Butter man

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  15. Brian Jones Posted on January 12, 2019 at 4:22 pm

    I think when straightforward thinking like Bob's is widely accepted, the people of the future will look back and shake their heads at the bogus theories put forward by all these 'Drs' of Nutrition online and in life. Not MDs mind you. Drs of Nutrition. It will be like us now looking back at the time Physicians bled patients, used leeches and cupping and believed in ethers.

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  16. laura1954 Posted on January 15, 2019 at 8:28 pm

    Please do more video's!!!!!

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  17. Whitey J Posted on January 16, 2019 at 7:09 am

    Thanks Bob. Thank you for taking the time to share with all of us. I am so happy to have found your channel. Congratulations on your very inspirational story! I really enjoy your plain speech. Just shootin from the hip is how I communicate. So I really enjoy those kinds of folks. Blessings and peace be with you and yours.

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  18. Paco Rodriguez Posted on January 16, 2019 at 6:25 pm

    There's nothing I love more than sending your videos to people I'm training!!!! Did you know even us personal trainers are capable of learning from you cuz you help us go through what obese people mentally go through & that's just something else I love about you man and ya tell it like it is & you don't even need to cuss to get your point across…LOVE IT… to me our health and well-being is the most important thing in life next to we're raising our children I am always thankful for your free education you offer.. P.s. Jillian Michaels is today's ANCEL KEYS

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  19. Dale Val Posted on January 16, 2019 at 8:26 pm

    The carbs are killing both man and our pets. Let's share the high fat with our best friends

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  20. Dave Allison Posted on January 17, 2019 at 7:13 am

    Nor how much energy you will use. Cheers.

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  21. Mary Mercedes Posted on January 17, 2019 at 5:21 pm

    You are so low-key brilliant. You don't need a degree in health to prove it. I wish you would come back to YouTube! God Bless!

    Reply
  22. Anna Pennrose Posted on January 19, 2019 at 1:00 am

    Do you trim the fat off from steaks or do you suggest eating the fat also…at least in general?

    Reply
  23. lpeora Posted on January 24, 2019 at 9:26 pm

    Great video… intelligent and well presented… that's all I can say… GREAT!

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  24. Knowledge Seeker Posted on February 5, 2019 at 12:40 am

    OMG BOB, YOU ARE AMAZINGLY INSPIRATIONAL….WHERE ARE YOU…WHY HAVE YOU NOT MADE ANY VIDEOS IN SUCH A LONG TIME???

    Reply
  25. Joey Jones Posted on February 6, 2019 at 9:53 pm

    We love you, Butter Bob! Keep up the great work!

    Reply
  26. lizardfirefighter110 Posted on February 8, 2019 at 3:59 pm

    Damn! An awesome video! Good advice! If there were more people, like you, in Government, the world would be better off! Thanks for all that you do!

    Reply
  27. Narrow is the way Posted on February 14, 2019 at 10:37 pm

    This is simple sense, and I appreciate the reminder!! I hope you are well, wherever you are, Butter Bob

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  28. john dolan Posted on February 15, 2019 at 10:44 pm

    Makes a lot of sense, thanks

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  29. EA sweet Posted on February 16, 2019 at 10:03 pm

    Hi Bob, my husband suffers from closterol and high blood pressure and he is on medication for the last 5 years. Does this deit help him to lower those diseases or it would be risky? Thank you.

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  30. EA sweet Posted on February 16, 2019 at 10:08 pm

    Hi Bob, as we knew from your presentation that fruits are not allowed in your diet except berries and strawberries, do we need to take vitamin supplements to compensate other fruit vitamins. Thank you.

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  31. monkeynumber nine Posted on February 18, 2019 at 11:41 am

    This is my first day of lchf.
    My 22 year old son has lost 100lbs doing this.
    I have about 30lbs to lose.
    🤸🦖

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  32. Paris Rome Posted on February 18, 2019 at 8:15 pm

    We love you! You are a rare gem

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  33. Daisy Posted on February 19, 2019 at 9:48 pm

    I swear, if Bob wrote a "Simple Recipes" Cookbook I would buy it. (Check out Bob's Fried Chicken video ) Cooking high fat, low carb diets is a lost art for many of us.
    Butter Bob was sooo ahead of his time! Here is Bob in 2016 saying what is only now, in 2018/2019 is becoming recognized by the mainstream as fact. Just look at 2019's New York times Bestseller list! The problem now is the cookbooks that these MD's and PHD's are publishing with their books. Amazon reviews show that most are finding them too extravagant; too many odd ingredients, too complicated.

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  34. Cheryl Taylor Posted on February 21, 2019 at 8:48 am

    Since pigs are so like us physiologically, I would have liked to see that study, rather than cats.

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  35. Gregory Michaels Posted on February 22, 2019 at 9:13 pm

    Butter Bob takes the science and then makes it REAL for those regular people like me in a way I can really understand without all the fancy words. Also, Bob you're very easy to listen too there's a real kindness in your voice and it makes us want to listen. Thank you!!

    Reply
  36. Gail Daniels Posted on February 23, 2019 at 2:27 am

    I love it…just damn good information free of bias

    Reply
  37. In His Service Posted on February 23, 2019 at 7:53 am

    Butter Bob Please please please come back to YouTube.

    Reply
  38. Richard Posted on February 24, 2019 at 10:11 pm

    I have a beer belly and never drink aocohol. I could never understand why. I love potatoes. I never realized that its the carbs giving me the belly and causing me to feel bloated instead of full. They say you can never end one addiction without replacing it w a new addiction. I do love fried chicken. Im trying to switch over, and i am noticing that when im driving, my belly is not pooching out anymore nearly as bad. Ive tried so many things and felt so discouraged. Thanks Bob!

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  39. Dakota Lynn Posted on February 25, 2019 at 1:07 am

    What a bright, well spoken man! Thanks

    Reply
  40. Don Potter Posted on February 28, 2019 at 8:51 pm

    We've been indoctrinated to believe fat is bad for you and that you need carbs.

    Reply
  41. TMB247 Posted on March 1, 2019 at 8:08 pm

    We NEED a Higher Percentage of Butter Bob Briggs on You Tube!
    Butter Bob Briggs, if you can, say HI. We miss your insight and inspiration.

    Reply
  42. music123 Posted on March 7, 2019 at 6:08 am

    Good one. And, thank you.
    Made me smile, to know that I need not buy that kitchen scale I thought was necessary.. 🙂

    Can you help me with something?
    It's this whole ketosis thing.
    I'm just 3 weeks into LCHF diet.
    And it was starting to show results.
    It's very hot where I am.
    Went out planning for a short time away and ended up needing to stay out longer. Drank tender coconut water. And that is not keto friendly. Yep, it was fresh and 'sweet'.
    Hmm.. I cheated myself 🙁
    Though I didn't go overboard, had a few snacks here and there..

    Instead of the light feeling I had, feel bloated.

    Read or heard somewhere here, that once broken it works the opposite way, that my body would now hoard the fat I wanted to lose.

    Sorry. But finally, the question.
    How do I get back on the keto wagon?
    A working one? That will put me back on track.

    If you have already dealt with the issue, kindly lead me to it.

    Either way, can you help?
    Thank you BB for what you do here.
    It's a big help. Though I'm rather new here. From what I've seen .. 👍👍👍🌷

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  43. Christian's Grandma Posted on March 9, 2019 at 2:25 pm

    Just started. I was so confused listening to others about proteins. I would have the fats and proteins almost equal the same amount, and I would worry. Not to mention the need to eat only organic. I got so frustrated and confused, I was going to give up. This makes more sense.

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  44. tvoymasik Posted on March 9, 2019 at 4:44 pm

    The only reason I measure my food to make sure I get enough electrolytes like potassium and sodium. It’s been a real problem for me. Also I need to make sure that I get enough iron. I’m female and I just recently recovered from anemia.

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  45. Regina Harris Posted on March 11, 2019 at 2:42 am

    Your absolutely right Butter Bob!

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  46. Jason Ray Posted on March 14, 2019 at 11:28 am

    Smartest video I've EVER seen.

    Reply
  47. Will D Posted on March 18, 2019 at 12:25 pm

    Very different….very interesting too…

    Reply
  48. Chris H. Posted on March 20, 2019 at 9:11 pm

    Two years since your last video. Where are you, Butter Bob???

    Reply
  49. Bryan Restrepo Posted on March 21, 2019 at 1:44 am

    Bob thank you for this video,ps the lard and fried chicken vid,man listen came out delicious also im on keeto so keep it coming brother.

    Reply
  50. Turkee G Posted on March 30, 2019 at 10:44 pm

    Just to be sure I take a spoonful of ghee butter and coconut oil.

    Reply
  51. elhombresfbay Posted on April 2, 2019 at 6:46 pm

    When it comes to good fat and protein the body has hormones that regulate,(fat and protein).Not so with fake fats and refined flour found in 100% of processed food. I have been a weight lifter and they say a gram of protein for every pound of body weight. Well that is Hard to do, from my experience. So if you weight 200lbs.or even
    175lbs. You have got eat a lot of eggs and chicken and supplement with protein powder(not really good) but the missing information is many men are using steroids that changes everything. That’s a different thing. If you are building health your body will tell when You have had enough. It’s amazing how easy it is to control appetite when you are eating a no sugar no starch high fat diet. Sugar is the problem it is making people sick and fat. you can be fat and still be fat deficient. The body needs good fat. Not margarine and other trans fats.

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  52. beige biscuit Posted on April 11, 2019 at 8:54 pm

    Hi just wondering if anyone has any idea or thoughts on the possible carcinogenic effects of eating bacon.

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  53. Deborah Chapa Posted on April 13, 2019 at 8:42 pm

    That’s why I got off of Facebook. Too many mean people out there

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  54. tara paul Posted on April 13, 2019 at 11:28 pm

    Our cat used to “self select “ the butter we kept on the counter. 😂. Now I know why. I will go check all the labels on my pet food. Good video again.

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  55. Mutunga Mutua Posted on April 16, 2019 at 12:17 pm

    I am inspired by your transformation but it would be fun if you reduced the endless pointless chatter and got to the point. Trust me we would watch more if you asked us for less time!

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  56. Ceciilia Preziose Posted on April 17, 2019 at 5:13 pm

    Thank you Bob, I started my "fat" diet today, 2 eggs and sprinkling of bacon, black rasberry tea. I also took my D, multi, glucosimine. I am also keeping a record of what I eat. Lunch will be 2 hard boiled eggs with mayo/no sugar/one stalk of celery, dinner will be salmon and broccoli. Will get back to you let you know the results

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  57. Carol Dees Posted on April 21, 2019 at 4:38 am

    I think my brain has finally started working and telling me that "you've had enough" before I feel stuffed and miserable! Been Keto for 4 years. Started fasting in February, but not much weight loss. Stopping the daily scale and weight on the 1st of the month when I measure! I have lost a few inches!
    I'm eating 2MAD, and starting to eat less at my mid day meal. I still haven't found what works for my body! I keep trying!! Loved the video!!

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  58. peziki Posted on April 25, 2019 at 5:07 pm

    The comparison that animals that evolved over time to be carnivores, can be matched against humans that evolved over time with primarily a vegetable diet, may be inappropriate if you are comparing with protein needs.

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  59. Dali Dali Posted on May 1, 2019 at 2:36 am

    Can you give me a list of the fats that I can eat? on daly basis? breakfast and lunch! as i can duplicate the lunch with the dinner Thank YOU!

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  60. Bettye's Cooking Channel Posted on May 2, 2019 at 1:58 pm

    This is a great video.

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  61. Dakiniwoman Posted on May 14, 2019 at 4:58 pm

    Bob… your videos are so valuable because you explain everything so well… I hope you will begin to do more videos again so they get out there for more people to view… Wishing you all the best…

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  62. Pierra Raiola Posted on May 15, 2019 at 9:13 am

    Who the heck gave this a thumbs down??This guy is smarter than most doctors!!!Butter Bob is the best!!!!

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  63. Eloy Garcia Posted on May 15, 2019 at 12:49 pm

    Who knows what happened to Butter Bob??????

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  64. C Rider Posted on May 16, 2019 at 1:16 am

    I asked my friend to pull my finger and I lost 5 lbs when I farted I think it was gas from all the fake facts about weight loss

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  65. Gina 2u Posted on May 18, 2019 at 7:43 pm

    I am new to your channel, I read all of replies that people are having great results , this is awesome congratulations !!!to all who lost weight and got healthier.
    I am going crazy over here I did keto for two years. I have lost 50 pounds , intermittent fasting, and prolong fasting. Then been at a stall for eight months , I figured I try the carnivore diet , I had heard it helped with weight loss also with autoimmune problems, I also want to correct my sleep too!… I just don’t feel like I have any energy to exercise. So I raise my fats and having less protein , I will see if that helps a bit…I like to know what are the ranges of macros do you suggest I am 5’9” 165lbs.

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  66. Secret Santa Posted on May 19, 2019 at 2:18 pm

    Come back butter bob the world needs you I need you

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  67. Mike Loves truth Posted on May 20, 2019 at 4:02 pm

    What will tell me if I’m low on fat or protein?

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  68. John Smith Posted on May 21, 2019 at 9:18 pm

    Anyone know if Butter Bob is still alive?

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  69. KatieMarie Posted on May 23, 2019 at 7:42 pm

    We are from Ireland. My parents were married almost 67 years. Our family was raised on slow cooked meats and a large potion of vegetables. Everything was fresh and home made. Everyone of my 6 brothers and 3 sisters were all healthy slim people. My mother passed and a year later my father passed who was in his 90s both drove to the day they died, rode horses, never had wheel chairs or walking sticks. They were both healthy people…fat did them no harm.
    You have a wonderful channel.
    All the best and regards from Ireland.

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  70. Mike Loves truth Posted on May 24, 2019 at 1:06 am

    Question: I started the all meat carnivore diet.. after four days I started feeling pain in the left side of my stomach, Anyone know if that is a common side effect of starting this diet?

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  71. Janet Newbill Posted on June 5, 2019 at 10:48 pm

    This is a good video come back butter Bob!!

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  72. 61muddin Posted on June 8, 2019 at 2:17 pm

    bob, quick question, I'm intrigued, but why do fat diabetic people need to take insulin shots?

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  73. ferndog1461 Posted on June 8, 2019 at 3:06 pm

    This gentleman is empowering people to take back their health. What is the most destructive killer? AIDS? Nile virus? Small Pox? Nope. Type 2 diabetes. Drop the weight, eat clean, and most of your health care issues disappear. Thank you, Brother. Shout out from Houston, Texas ( top 15 city for new diabetes diagnosis).

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  74. alex Ama Posted on June 17, 2019 at 4:11 pm

    Makes a lot of sense. Only one thing I am confused about. The animals all selected the same percentages of fat protein and carbs. So then wouldn't all humans also need the same percentages of these things.

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  75. Pun Jab I Posted on June 18, 2019 at 3:19 pm

    Never listen to vegans!

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  76. Debbie Bryant Posted on June 22, 2019 at 11:48 pm

    The Pr- to fat ratio was the thing I wondered about the most. Like-how could I know for sure how much Pr I was eating? I always read or hear that if we eat too much Pr-, it would turn to sugar, or affect our insulin! Thnx for doing all of this research & sharing your knowledge. I just recently started watching your videos–dating back to 2016. I expected to read only about your experience, but you know more than most doctors, Professor Butter Bob!!! I'm a R.N. & stopped passing out pills & watching patients eat the horrible AMA diet on their trays. Its sad to see that. A friend of mine got fired for informing a patient about a non chemical salve she could use on her minor wound(Dr had her on antibiotics, so the salve was an aloe gel for comfort). Drs want to treat with possibly dangerous chemicals, as you probably know—chemicals that disrupt the gut biome, & cause adverse side effects. Let me know if you receive this (its June, 2019). Deb in Ohio (my sons family lives in a Nashville suburb–you are in TN., right)? You have awesome vids–thnx to your daughter for helping!

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  77. hope king Posted on June 28, 2019 at 10:03 pm

    What happen to you butter bob?

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  78. Sky Doll Posted on July 5, 2019 at 7:15 am

    Do you eat berries or veggies?

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  79. Lady G Posted on July 10, 2019 at 2:28 pm

    Thank you! I'm so glad I found your videos! This all makes sense now!

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  80. redchakra ok Posted on July 18, 2019 at 1:15 pm

    What about monkey? Species closer to us, what are those ratio? Any experience on them?

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  81. Abigail Ezell Posted on July 18, 2019 at 6:19 pm

    I started lchf about 14 months ago. When diagnosed with diabetes in Aoril 2018 my fasting bs was 220 and a1c was 6.6. Since then my fasting bs ranges from 85 to 100. I've lost 90lbs. Would like to lose about 80 more. I wish I knew about this woe in my younger years but I'm thankful I did learn. It has improved my quality of life tremendously. Thanks Butter Bob, you were one of the people that popped up on my phone when I started doing my research. I try to share this information with everyone I know but only 3 have received it and made a change in their woe. Thank again, btw my a1c last time checked was 5.4

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  82. Kashi Lawson Posted on July 24, 2019 at 7:39 pm

    The studies showed how to stay healthy so the american government said let's tell them gods natural fatty meats are bad and let's feed them grains, to make them sick and then we can dissect them.

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  83. vv n Posted on July 27, 2019 at 5:50 pm

    Fat has been highly victimized.

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  84. michelle81477 Posted on July 29, 2019 at 6:53 pm

    ❤️💕❤️

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  85. Denise Lyons Posted on July 30, 2019 at 12:50 pm

    Good morning Bob I love your videos you are in Mason and thank you for helping us I really appreciate it I’ll let you know do you have a book where we can order I love your videos and I do not want to miss nothing you do you break it down can’t like it is in the sticks to you thank you very much you just don’t know how you made it so simple for us love you and thank you so so much🌹🌹🌹🌹👍❤️🌺🎉

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  86. Coolie Joyner Posted on August 4, 2019 at 9:15 pm

    I'm a truck driver, it's going to be tough. But I'm ready to loose this weight

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  87. Gomez Gomez Posted on August 13, 2019 at 1:43 pm

    Cave man!!!! 0x0

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  88. HappyFace Posted on August 13, 2019 at 4:04 pm

    I bet vegans hate this guy…

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  89. Ida Guerra Posted on September 9, 2019 at 1:59 am

    BLESS YOU KIND SIR !

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  90. Paris M Posted on September 16, 2019 at 11:50 pm

    When I watch your videos and the way you explain everything just sits into my heart…But where are you now Bob ??? Please come back and make more videos

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  91. LynAnne Moon Posted on September 19, 2019 at 3:55 pm

    I think this is one of the most intelligent videos I've seen in some time regarding nutrition and food. The ketogenic diet has fixed my diabetes & my husband's, & my ex husband's. Go simple whole foods…got it. Thank you!

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  92. joyce adcock Posted on September 20, 2019 at 6:57 pm

    Is Butter Bob still alive?

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  93. Goldena Medina Posted on September 25, 2019 at 2:32 pm

    Now companies want to sell it – to humans in "beyond meat" 🤣.

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  94. Jacqui Brown Posted on September 25, 2019 at 3:28 pm

    Interesting point about the dogs. My dogs have always been free fed and none are overweight. I have fostered an overweight dog this month and it cannot be trusted to self feed, it just eats everything and to excess. I'm now feeding a restricted diet and keto to try to get it too lose weight.

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  95. Joyce Szyja Posted on September 30, 2019 at 3:13 am

    just WOW – so easy to relate. Thanks, Bob.

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  96. ILOVE2FeelGOOD Posted on October 3, 2019 at 11:20 am

    The voice of reason!

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