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How To Eat More Fat With Healthy Keto High Fat Foods (Increase Fat)


Keto high-fat foods. How do you choose
the right foods for the right fat so
that you can maintain keto as a healthy
lifestyle? Coming right up So first of
all keto isn’t so much about eating more
fat as it is about eating less
carbohydrates so just real quick the
basics ketones is the result of fat
burning and it’s not that you eat more
fat it’s that you eat less carbs so that
the body starts to learn how to burn
fats again and then ideally you don’t
want to eat so much fat that your body
doesn’t have to burn fat off the body so
if your goal is to lose weight then you
can still eat too much fat on keto so
the goal is to get the body to burn the
fat off the body and just supply enough
fats to feel full so the rule is you
start off with vegetables you eat
moderate protein and then you fill up
with fats until you’re full but don’t go
stuffing yourself because then your body
still isn’t going to go burn the fat off
the body so again it’s not about more
fat it’s about less carbs but we know
that if we eat about 5% net carbs if we
have about 20 30 grams of net carbs we
end up about 5 percent of calories from
carbs and we will get into for most
people we’ll get into ketosis but then
we also know that proteins shouldn’t be
more than 20 probably because proteins
also can turn into sugar and trigger
insulin so those are the two things that
we’re looking for less than 5% carbs and
15 to 20% protein and then it just means
that the rest has to come from fat okay
so that’s the the principle behind it so
let’s look at at some of the foods here
so if we eat fat or an oil so here we’re
talking about butter extra virgin olive
oil cocoa
oil lard ghee some kind of natural fat
that hasn’t been processed so butter
evil coconut oil they’re basically still
the same molecular structure as in the
plant that grew them or in the case of
butter of course it came from from an
animal
same thing with lard and ghee they’re
not much changed we haven’t processed
the fat so much that they are damaged
and that’s why we want to stay away from
the vegetable oils the safflower the
soybean the canola oil etc because
they’re so heavily processed so these
foods they have a hundred percent weight
by fat oils have about a hundred percent
butter is about eighty to eighty-five
percent but the rest is water so
percentage-wise hundred percent of the
calories come from fat then when we look
at one of the most popular keto foods
avocado it has 15% fat by weight so all
of these numbers are in grams per a
hundred grams so it’s percentage by
weight and percentage by calories
avocado is 15% fat by weight 2% protein
and 2% net carbs so that gives us 90
percent of calories from fat
5% from protein and 5% from carbohydrate
so if we see the we’re trying to stay
below 5% here out of total calories from
carbs we could essentially eat all
avocado and still stay below that level
so again we don’t try to eat just one
food but we want to try to get a wide
variety of foods so don’t just pick one
and say oh that’s the the best number
I’m gonna eat nothing but that your body
likes variety egg is another very
popular one 10 grams of fat 12 grams of
protein 0.7 grams of carbs there’s a
little bit of carb in the yolk but total
we get 62% from fat 36% of calories from
protein and only 2% from carbs
so again if we ate all eggs we’d end up
a little bit high on the protein we
might slip out of ketosis but the idea
is to get a variety sour cream 20 grams
of fat 2% 2 grams of protein 3 and a
half grams of net carbs percentage-wise
we get 89% of the calories from fat 4%
from protein and 7% from carbs coconut
cream is very very close to those
numbers but it’s the vegetable source
and we get essentially the same numbers
there then we look at some of the meat
products meat and fish so we get I
picked just as an example ground beef
15% fat has 20% protein no carbs 62
percent of calories from fat 38 from
protein and 0 from carbohydrate and all
similar meat products are the same so if
you take a fatty lamb chop like French
cut lamb chops they’re gonna be about
the same bacon it’s gonna be really
close to the same sardines is going to
be really close to the same so what we
want to emphasize here is that it’s the
quality of the food that matters you
need to get this from an animal that was
healthy a lot of people will look for
lean meat and I agree if you can’t get
grass-fed organic then you should
probably look for lean but as long as
the animal is healthy then you want to
get the high fat meat because it’s
tastier and it’s more satisfying and as
long as the animal is healthy then that
fat is healthy as well so the the type
of fat in ground beef is going to be
similar to that of grass-fed butter it’s
not going to be identical but
health-wise the quality is going to be
similar as long as you don’t feed it
grain or toxins or anything that’s
unnatural to the animal
it’s not going to hurt you then let’s go
to some nuts so three of my favorites
here are macadamia nuts walnuts and
pecans and we see that macadamia and
pecans have over 70% fat whereas walnuts
have a little bit less walnuts have a
lot more protein but they’re both very
very good because they the carbs you end
up with 3% 2% 3% the only ones that’s a
little higher is the protein in the
walnuts the other thing that is really
good about these three nuts is that they
taste good raw you don’t have to change
you don’t have to process you don’t have
to roast these because when you do you
alter you oxidize the fatty acids so
these have a lot of polyunsaturated and
dye unsaturated monounsaturated fats in
them and therefore they’re very
sensitive to heat and oxygen so when you
roast nuts you make them less healthy
the the fats become rancid and get
damaged to a point I wanted to talk
about a few more nuts here and contrast
that so cashews is one that you want to
stay away from I included it here just
as kind of a warning example because
even though it has a lot of fat and
protein it’s also very high in
carbohydrates almost a third by weight
in carbohydrates so it’s got seventy
percent from fat 13 from protein but
almost 20% of calories from cashews and
that’s why a lot of people find it very
addictive and it’s hard to stop eating
cashews the other part was again that
cashews don’t taste very good raw you
could cook with them to an extent but
for the most part cashews are roasted
and then again they’re much less healthy
than the raw variety so I would eat
cashews very sparingly peanuts kind of
the same thing they’re much better as
far as the carb value we got 50% fat 26%
protein
7% carbs by weight and the carb
percentage of calories is still only 5%
but again you have to roast them so it
wouldn’t be my first choice and if you
eat peanuts which I do from time to time
make sure that they’re organic and they
don’t have a bunch of chemicals added to
them a lot of dry roasted chemicals are
full of msg chemicals and flavor
enhancers and of course a lot of
commercial peanut butter is gonna have
sugar added and it’s going to be
partially hydrogenated so that oils
don’t separate you want to stay far far
away from those get the organic few
additives no additives except salt and
make sure that it separates because
otherwise they messed with it flax is
again we’ve done videos on that before
and here it just fits right into the to
the top class we have 1% of carbs are
from carb 1% of calories are from
carbohydrates they’re 83% from fat so
again some people are concerned with
eating too much flax and don’t look at
this and say oh that’s the best one I’m
going to eat nothing but flax eat a
couple of tablespoons a day mix it in
with a good variety of different food
lots of vegetables and and you’ll be
fine I wanted to add one thing at the
end here because you can also come up
with different things you can make your
own mayonnaise if you make it from good
quality oil it’s still a very healthy
thing and one of my favorites is
hollandaise sauce it’s a super yummy
sauce you could eat green beans you
could eat asparagus you could eat
broccoli and just pour on the
hollandaise sauce and you you’ve got a
meal right there and there’s a there’s a
video where I’ll show you how to make
that and it has seventy percent by
weight in fat six percent protein 2
percent carbohydrates and calories at 95
percent fat 4 percent protein and only 1
percent
of calories from carbohydrates so there
are a lot of good food choices these are
the the healthy fats that you want to
emphasize again with the exception of
the the cashew that I brought in as the
exception and there is no reason to
limit yourself and it is not that keto
is just about eating a bunch of fats
like we have talked about but the fats
that you eat very very importantly have
to be whole food they have to be quality
foods if they come from healthy sources
they’re good for you if they come from
unhealthy sources or if they have been
processed if man has changed them in a
factory if we had heated them or change
the chemical properties in any way then
it’s not a good food anymore so I hope
this was very helpful please leave your
comments share this video and thanks for
watching

Randall Smitham

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93 COMMENTS

  1. Dr. Sten Ekberg Posted on January 28, 2019 at 5:03 pm

    Learn why trans fats are so bad for you https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mLnnAIHcEyw&list=PLpTTF6wMDLR70kFKXrdCrOhQa6Q5_rKj_

    Reply
  2. Marsha Arradea Posted on January 28, 2019 at 5:06 pm

    Okay, doctor. Thanks for the information 😉

    Reply
  3. Sane Enterprises Posted on January 28, 2019 at 5:14 pm

    Your explanations are so much easier to understand than most other videos. I love those same nuts raw. But how much is too much? I would eat handfuls of Macadamia Pecans or Walnuts. What about Almonds? I love those too.

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  4. Dillons Woodworks Posted on January 28, 2019 at 5:28 pm

    Thanks again Sten! This is very helpful. Do you have a good online source for organic nuts? As in the best price? 😃

    Reply
  5. Bez11 Posted on January 28, 2019 at 5:35 pm

    Hey doc, can you please make a video on the infamous Keto rash and how to avoid it/cure it?? Also what's the cause behind it.

    Reply
  6. Mette Harter Posted on January 28, 2019 at 5:36 pm

    Thank you, your explanations always makes a lot of sense. I will share this

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  7. Needs More Subs Posted on January 28, 2019 at 6:02 pm

    Thank you for recommending what TO eat and not only warning about what NOT TO eat.

    Reply
  8. Little Voice Posted on January 28, 2019 at 6:41 pm

    Please can you review some commercial keto snack options like Perfect Keto bars, Quest bars etc. Not 100% natural but it would be nice to know some products that are convenient and treats without the sugar

    Reply
  9. Little Voice Posted on January 28, 2019 at 6:50 pm

    What about chia seeds and hemp seeds? Also non GMO organic tofu or soya beans ? Both have fat

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  10. Happy Trails Hiking Posted on January 28, 2019 at 6:52 pm

    This was helpful. Great info and well presented!

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  11. Legion of Weirdos Posted on January 28, 2019 at 7:02 pm

    Had no idea how high in carbs cashews are… I don't eat them much though. Walnuts for the win!

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  12. John Thunder Posted on January 28, 2019 at 7:17 pm

    I didn't knew Dad from the 70's show got into nutrition.

    Good for him! 👍

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  13. Cloppa2000 Posted on January 28, 2019 at 7:43 pm

    Dr E, Can u please address how come the WFPB vegetarian diet also works for reversing CVD, diabetes and cancers even with HCLF?
    Or does it not really? Are they lying? If insuline and high blood sugar is the problem, I dont understand how a HCLF diet can lose fat and have all the benefits they say! MT.

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  14. Jerry Lin Posted on January 28, 2019 at 8:16 pm

    Dr. Sten, can you do a video explaining why high protein may kick you out of ketosis?

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  15. Chrystal Thornton Posted on January 28, 2019 at 11:47 pm

    Very low carbs, low protein and not too much fat. Guess it's easier just not to eat at all which is the reason for the intermittent fasting I guess. Sounds like calorie restriction to me (been doing that since the 50's).

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  16. Iridescence93 Posted on January 29, 2019 at 4:31 am

    I like to eat peanuts occasionally and peanut butter should I take from this that it is better to stick to raw peanuts rather than dry roasted amd make my own butter from the raw peanuts?

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  17. Veronique Dusabe Posted on January 29, 2019 at 9:52 am

    Thanks for your informative video! Could you please explain why some people have insomnia on keto and suggest some remedies. Thanks!

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  18. Mommy Bear Posted on January 29, 2019 at 12:30 pm

    I noticed the nut section you mentioned did not include Brazil nuts? Yes, no? Those are what I usually reach for, obviously in moderation. 🤔

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  19. Math Lind Posted on January 29, 2019 at 1:37 pm

    Riktigt riktigt bra Sten. Nr 1 bland de Keto-experter jag följer. – Tack !
    Keep up the good work.

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  20. Manny Radzky Posted on January 29, 2019 at 2:29 pm

    Another excellent video as usual. Thank you Dr.

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  21. Benny Rurstam Posted on January 29, 2019 at 4:07 pm

    Regarding protein, I have not red the studies but it seems to be a common understanding in the "keto society" that gluconeogenesis is demand and not supply driven, i.e. the amount of protein shouldn't make a difference, what is your opinion?

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  22. flickering light Posted on January 29, 2019 at 7:06 pm

    Thank you doc. Btw nice shirt!

    Reply
  23. Anh Nguyen Posted on January 30, 2019 at 2:28 am

    Thank you about heathy videos. I hear some new about fish oil no good for heath. Can you have video talk about that

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  24. Jennifer Gosling Posted on January 30, 2019 at 8:22 am

    please talk about fatty liver and keto – I am interested in keto but not sure about the fat and fatty liver I have

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  25. Arian Dadgar Posted on January 30, 2019 at 10:37 am

    Hi dr sten
    My dr told me iam pre diabetic, iam 35 , after that I started workout and low carb diet, my blood sugars always was 100-110 after that, i lost 40lb iam almost on shape and build muscle too.last week I started keto diet, and I really enjoy the keto, I never feel hungry like low carb diet , but when I check my blood sugar every day , comes lower , is that ok? For 3 days was 85 , but right now come to 70-78 . I just want to know is that safe or no . Tnks and sorry for long comment.

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  26. contingent exe Posted on January 30, 2019 at 4:03 pm

    I heard of a fat fasting. But it sounds very unhealthy.

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  27. jamie5mauser Posted on January 30, 2019 at 4:34 pm

    Macadamia nuts are by far the most addicting. Damn they are tasty

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  28. Antoinette Parry Posted on January 30, 2019 at 9:47 pm

    Would have appreciated the figures of salmon or other fish.

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  29. shanghai noons mom LOVES black guys Posted on January 31, 2019 at 12:44 am

    Commercial lard and tallow are actually highly processed. One small tub of lard could have been sourced from 20 different animals.
    The possibility of getting fat from a sick animal(s) is too high.

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  30. Diana Gomez Litan Posted on January 31, 2019 at 3:11 am

    Wowww amazing video! Its clear! Can you do one with the glycemic index? Thanks a lot

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  31. Mark Grisham Posted on January 31, 2019 at 10:17 am

    Sauce Hollandaise really is delicious, and it is so easy to make it yourself. Thanks for showing that.

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  32. Grant Shramek Posted on January 31, 2019 at 3:00 pm

    Excellent information, I've always been a little confused on which nuts are the best and maybe which ones you should avoid

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  33. John Doe Posted on February 1, 2019 at 12:13 pm

    Happy to see your channel growing so fast. Congrats. Please keep the good knowledge coming.

    Reply
  34. Trogdor _ Posted on February 2, 2019 at 3:04 am

    Somebody please explain how butter, coconut oil, olive oil etc. are not processed foods? A coconut is not processed, an olive is not processed… but i'm pretty sure it takes quite a bit of processing to get from a whole coconut to a pure oil. please explain

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  35. Foo Wee Chin Posted on February 3, 2019 at 2:15 am

    dr doc,
    my cholesterol has spiked skyhigh after consuming after all the good fats as recommend

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  36. Richard van Praag Posted on February 3, 2019 at 8:18 am

    I see a lot of advice on losing weight on Keto but very little on gaining or
    maintaining weight.

    I have < 11% body fat and I'm not trying to lose weight but enjoy the physical
    and mental effects of Ketosis.

    Its phenomenal the amount of people that comment like "But you don't need to lose weight".

    That said, Well done on the whiteboard list. We need more breakdown information like this. Nicely done Dr!

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  37. BK42 Channel Posted on February 3, 2019 at 4:13 pm

    Very good information! Aways very well explained.
    I'm back 🙂

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  38. Mary Perry Posted on February 3, 2019 at 11:39 pm

    Hi Dr. Ekberg. I'm wondering if you can help me to determine the amount of protein that I should have with my meals. I do intermittent fasting, my window is 12/6. I'm 5'2" and 148lbs. I don't know if you go by that or not.
    My first meal is 12 noon, I have 2 boiled eggs, a nice big salad and a half of an avocado. Does that sound like too much protein? Is it enough fat? I would really appreciate your input. Thank you!

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  39. John Smith Posted on February 4, 2019 at 3:28 pm

    Dr. Ekberg, thank you for this information. I do have a request. You mentioned how grain fed beef is not good for us and we need grass fed beef. Would you please post an actual sided by side analyst of grain fed beef verses grass fed beef so we can see the differences in the meat and the dangers? Thank you

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  40. KrunchyJD Posted on February 4, 2019 at 11:09 pm

    I like raw cashews, what about raw cashews. Also apparently fruit is high in carbs, does this mean I shouldn't eat fruit?

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  41. Ana Lolita Posted on February 5, 2019 at 12:42 pm

    What about almonds?

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  42. Bob Owen Posted on February 5, 2019 at 9:55 pm

    These fats are not equal to human body. Unfortunately, the universe works at a subatomic level all the time. Here's what to do before buying a years supply of macadamias. Get a glucometer and check your blood glucose levels until you know which foods make your BG shoot up. Spoiler, the plant-based foods cause it to rise fast and stay high longer. I tried the nuts and seeds and learned that eating plant-based diets means insulin resistance, as we see. Eat for a lower BG level and your health problems start dissolving.

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  43. Aïda Hayes Posted on February 5, 2019 at 11:34 pm

    Dr Eckberg, I have been trying to introduce my mom who is type 2 diabetic to Keto but she is vegan & says that since she has gone to plant based foods, her sugar levels haven’t been better but she has to be on metformen to keep her sugars normal. What I am worried about is that she is eating too much carbs still & too little fat. She is convinced that she needs some carbs & no fat. That fats increase her sugar levels. She says she does better if she eats bread or rice than if she eats nuts or avocado. That sounds like the opposite of everything I have heard and read about what spikes insulin & what doesn’t. And she says she can’t fast for any more than 5 or 6 hours because her glucose goes up. Again, it makes no sense to me but she has checked her blood sugars in all those situations & indeed, that does happen. One thing she can’t seem to be able to do is to lose weight. She counts calories & yet she can’t drop the last 5 lbs she wants to lose. She isn’t overweight but she isn’t at her ideal weight either. She is 73 years old. About 5’3” 135lbs. Has been diabetic doe 3 decades & has many other problems that are related to diabetes such as: peripheral neuropathy, high blood pressure, a thyroid condition & now a heart condition where she needed to have 3 stents put in her heart. And of course she has to take meds for all of them. I have convinced her to lower her carbs some but she is hungry all the time because she does not eat any animal products or nuts or avocados.she is forced to fill up on some carbs. She simply does not accept the fact that fruits are bad & fats are good. So how can I help her reverse her diabetes when she is not able to intermittent fast or eat more fats of any kind?

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  44. Sleepy Claus Posted on February 6, 2019 at 10:40 pm

    I need help with this. I'm doing dairy free keto reaching 35 total carbs (Home-made) but I'm eating about 600 calories and I need 500cals more for my bmr (I'm already using cooking fats for my meals) Should I just drink plain olive oil?

    Edit: I also eat a little of dark chocolate mixed with chia and almonds. But it isn't enough.

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  45. eagernhappy Posted on February 8, 2019 at 9:45 am

    Hi Doctor Sten thanks for your information and I learn a lot from you.I am 63 yrs old female and I have been diabetic for 30 yrs and I am taking metformin 2000mg/day and 100ml long lasting insulin and 3 times a day rapid insulin and I have stage 3 CKD, my question is are nuts and avocados are good for me and how long shall I live with CKD stage 3? Will Keto improve my health? Thank you

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  46. Christina H. Posted on February 15, 2019 at 11:37 pm

    how about not worry about all this and do OMAD.

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  47. Miss Priss Posted on February 19, 2019 at 5:59 am

    So what should my caloric intake be if I'm 5 feet tall, weigh 160 and want to lose 40 pounds?

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  48. obfuscatid Posted on February 22, 2019 at 7:02 am

    Macadamias have a good omega-3 to omega-6 ratio. Peanuts have high omega-6 oils percentage which can contribute to chronic inflammation.

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  49. KpopKayla Posted on February 25, 2019 at 3:56 am

    im confused what cloggs arteries then if high fat diet is not it?

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  50. Radnally Posted on February 25, 2019 at 5:23 am

    Why do certain nutritional doctors still advocate a very low fat diet? Mcdougall and esselylton come to mind.

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  51. Bella Herz Posted on February 28, 2019 at 7:07 am

    I am not so much in interested in weight loss. I am more interested in the effects on brain health like memory. Thanks for the info.

    Reply
  52. Ana Lolita Posted on March 1, 2019 at 2:23 am

    I have a question: how many eggs can I eat for day? I eat between 5 or 6 whole eggs? Is it ok?

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  53. Robin Labranche Posted on March 6, 2019 at 3:36 pm

    WHAT ABOUT CHIA SEEDS?

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  54. Robin Labranche Posted on March 6, 2019 at 3:44 pm

    DEFINE A LARGE AMOUNT OF PROTEIN? 3, 6 8, 12 OZ PER MEAL. TIA

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  55. Jan-Peter Schuring Posted on March 8, 2019 at 10:06 am

    I know this is getting into “the weeds” but I am hoping you might address those with the ApoE 4 allele. Like myself this 20-25% of the population has a poor response to saturated fat by overproduction of small LDL particles. I’m doing KETO using only Olive Oil and Avocado as my sources of fat. I also eat mostly fish and very lean cuts. Coconut oil drives my numbers way off the optimal. Note that I’m not buying into the cholesterol myth per se….but close monitoring has proven this physiological response both with my body and with others who are ApoE 4 (discussion on a forum).

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  56. Jared Thibodaux Posted on March 9, 2019 at 11:14 pm

    What about boiled peanuts and peanut butter powder?

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  57. ahmad aly Posted on March 11, 2019 at 7:12 pm

    Hello Dr/
    Wt abut iceberg lettuce…, keto … or not
    Thanks
    B.R

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  58. ramesh chander bedi Posted on March 14, 2019 at 1:34 pm

    You have not discussed almonds in your list of nuts, i love them doaked with skin removed. Also i buy raw peanuts in shells & roast them myself, r they better. Really enjoyed ur video am watching & sharing.

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  59. Thomas Johny Posted on March 22, 2019 at 8:11 am

    What is the property of Almonds,  can we include it to Keto ?

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  60. Ajantha Fernando Posted on March 26, 2019 at 2:35 am

    What is a ketogenic lifestyle and how do we begin?

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  61. Ajantha Fernando Posted on March 26, 2019 at 2:39 am

    Can you suggest a beginners meal plan, please.  What should be the total weight for a meal?

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  62. lmwrt Posted on March 27, 2019 at 6:16 pm

    My favourite nuts are also macadamias walnuts and pecans. Great video.

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  63. Eli Ort Posted on April 2, 2019 at 9:56 pm

    I dont get it, all this weight and procent, how much do i eat in a day to stay 74/20/5?…like 20g protein is only 100g of meat, i will starve

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  64. Tamara Migut Posted on April 6, 2019 at 4:12 pm

    Very helpful video! Thank you.

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  65. Sharon Baab Posted on April 8, 2019 at 8:22 pm

    I really appreciate your video's! Thank you. In regard to flax seeds, your male viewers should know that flax seeds are a fyto-estrogen, so for them it would not be wise to consume it often.

    Reply
  66. Djakarta NAD Posted on April 8, 2019 at 10:52 pm

    I love your channel! understanding the science behind my health moves is key to winning arguments with family & friends on why my fasting OMAD diet is healthy.

    Reply
  67. Surang Gettinger Posted on April 10, 2019 at 7:05 pm

    Thank you 🙏 To know thank you 😊

    Reply
  68. Peter Cohen Posted on April 14, 2019 at 7:09 pm

    11:32 I cannot afford the fancy 'organic' foods. If that is the only way to eat keto, if keto will not work for me unless I spend the money I literally do not have, I guess I'll have to just go back to poisoning myself with carbs and sugar.

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  69. Carel Joubert Posted on May 2, 2019 at 5:40 am

    Doc thanks.
    I overeat a bit daily on good label macadamia nutbutter. Say 100g a day 💩. Is it bad for a galbladder?
    I like the taste onviously, but also it is one few things below 5 on insulin index. Low on omega6, low on phytic acid. And it helps with cravings/cheats. And it blunts a carb meal like oats

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  70. The Peddler Posted on May 7, 2019 at 10:57 pm

    Good to know about roasting because I have a keto praline recipe and it calls for roasted pecans. I won't again that's for sure.
    Kraft makes a great peanut butter. The only ingredient is PB with no salt added, and it does separate; you need to keep it upside down in your fridge once opened.

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  71. mweb1 Posted on May 8, 2019 at 12:15 am

    Dr. Sten ~ First Place.

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  72. Mayra Blanco Posted on May 10, 2019 at 7:49 pm

    Another great video! I find these explanations so much easier to understand. There's a lot of videos that are confusing and contradicting. Thank you Dr. Sten!

    Reply
  73. Feld Effekt Posted on May 16, 2019 at 6:10 pm

    Missing good fat: Sesam butter or tahin!

    Reply
  74. Graham Bate Posted on May 22, 2019 at 1:12 am

    hey mate what about almonds?

    Reply
  75. Joseph Rzeczycki Posted on June 7, 2019 at 11:04 pm

    I enjoy your videos. You don't talk fast plus you talk clearly and I find the videos relaxing and understandable. Over the last 4 weeks I have transitioned into low carb and I doubt I'd ever go back to carbs this time. I'm 68 and the last 6 months I put on about 25 pounds, 20 of which I've already lost. I've been doing mostly OMAD since Sept 12, 2017 with 4 weeks of recent ADF. LC is definitely a good addition to my IF lifestyle. I hate to think of what all the fruit was doing to me. I was addicted to it, and it wasn't worth all the headache it put into my life.

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  76. Gina Lee Posted on June 9, 2019 at 11:41 pm

    All of your videos are extremely informative. Thank you. I would like to know what strategy you would suggest for me. I have had a total thyroidectomy, take synthroid daily, but still fatigued, gaining weight and losing hair. Just started carnivore diet and intermittent fasting June 1st, 2019 and I'm pretty happy with it so far. Are there any supplements that you think will help, especially with the hair loss?

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  77. SupportTheTruth 2 Posted on June 10, 2019 at 10:12 am

    Thank you so much, sir.
    Science and the use of it is power.

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  78. Kathy Noggles Posted on June 17, 2019 at 4:39 pm

    I would like you to make a video on Carnivore v/s keto for weight loss.

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  79. michael anderson Posted on June 18, 2019 at 7:35 pm

    Thank you so very much :O) May God bless you for the great work you do :O)

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  80. Zurina Kasim Posted on June 27, 2019 at 4:00 pm

    how about seeds such as sunflower seeds and pumpkin seeds.. are they good for keto

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  81. Ani Merci Posted on July 7, 2019 at 10:55 am

    How about those of us who live humanely, i.e., vegan?

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  82. Nida Atis Posted on July 10, 2019 at 11:42 am

    Great info, thank you

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  83. Bettye's Cooking Channel Posted on July 10, 2019 at 2:15 pm

    Thanks for sharing.

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  84. خضر جسين Posted on July 13, 2019 at 8:17 am

    Hi Doctor, Animal fat is good for keto? Unfortunately I do not know English

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  85. Mayur Patel Posted on July 15, 2019 at 7:02 pm

    Very good video. Thanks so much for sharing the information.
    Two questions for me
    Can you tell me how does Tofu fits in this chart?
    I want to do the Keto/IF for health reason, don't want to loose wait, will my muscle and body tone will decrease if i am on Keto or IF?

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  86. rosy rahaminov Posted on July 16, 2019 at 5:23 pm

    When I eat fat make me tired beside olive oil,I don’t know why

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  87. Kelly Kelly Posted on July 17, 2019 at 12:02 am

    What about ALMONDS?

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  88. Sachin Ki Posted on July 17, 2019 at 2:19 pm

    @Dr. Ekberg, suppose I am fasting from 10 pm to 1 pm (next day), then can I eat 1-2 spoons of butter or ghee in morning??

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  89. David Nino Posted on July 18, 2019 at 7:29 pm

    anybody's name that ends with Berg, i will automatically believe everything you say

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  90. Fayhae EL Marrakchi Posted on July 20, 2019 at 7:32 pm

    What about the cheeses Dr Sten?

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  91. Aubrey Posted on July 22, 2019 at 4:31 am

    This video is fantastic! I've been looking for info on these percentages and how to incorporate them correctly because it's confusing and nobody else is explaining this on YT. THIS HELPS SO MUCH!! Thank you!

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