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what’s the best diet for fat loss stay
tuned and we’re gonna talk about that in
the rest of this video what’s up
everyone Eric Bowling here happy
Halloween and in today’s episode episode
number four of true talk we’re gonna go
into what the best diet for fat loss is
so what is the best diet for fat loss
well many of you have just seen the
recent transformation photo that I have
posted for one of my clients you can see
it here and that can be accomplished in
18 weeks now one of the things that you
see is that his weight didn’t change at
all but you could see how low his body
fat percentage actually got so what we
aimed for is something known as body’s
recomposition body recom is when you
almost equally put on as much muscle as
the amount of fat that you lose so if
you lose 16 pounds of fat you’re looking
to put on anywhere from 12 to 16 pounds
of lean tissue now that is pretty
difficult to accomplish but it is
possible so what I prefer for people to
do something that is more sustainable
long-term I really like keto I’ve been
really fascinated with keto for some
time because I believe keto is the best
diet for fat loss so you can see the
video that I posted here and I talked
about five things that I hate about keto
five things that I love about keto but
in terms of not being a diet in terms of
doing something that is very fun
enjoyable something that keeps you
satiated so you’re not feeling hungry
and something that can sometimes almost
feel like you’re cheating on your
quote/unquote diet every day I think I
have to give it to keto I have to give
it to keto but once again I’m going to
go ahead and say something about keto
and that is that about 99 percent of
people do not do a keto diet right so
what I do for people is something known
as like a modified keto diet I don’t
really have a name for it it’s more of
like it’s some it’s a mixture of paleo
mixed with keto mix
with primal eating mix with a little bit
of veganism and what I mean by that is
it think about keto plus being a vegan
and my mentor Charles Poliquin had said
eat like a vegetarian just add meat and
that’s kind of the approach that I take
well I don’t necessarily teach people
how to eat paleo I still believe to this
day after all my extensive amounts of
research with being in the trenches and
actually working with real people and
seeing what works best for them if we’re
talking about what is the most
sustainable diet to do something that
can be viewed as a lifestyle eating
pattern or a nutritional approach that
is long-term that’s fun that’s enjoyable
where you don’t need to track calories
where you don’t need to track your
macros where you don’t need to
necessarily be weighing your food
looking at the grams looking at the
ounces I have to give it to a primal
style eating pattern because that is
more intuitive to the body because that
is what we evolved on we didn’t evolve
on carbohydrates that’s just the sad
truth carbohydrates came very very later
in the game of human civilization with
agriculture the other thing to remember
is that there’s a lot of studies done on
skeletal remains found in Egypt people
that had access to grains and
carbohydrates and when they look at
their bones when they look at their
teeth they find that these people who
are consuming grains who are consuming
carbohydrates had a lot more disease
than other people who didn’t have access
to agriculture or who didn’t consume
massive amounts of carbohydrates during
that time window so where does this
leave me and where is this leave you and
let’s get to the point in terms of what
is the best diet well of course the best
one is going to be one that is
sustainable for you long-term you have
to find something that’s going to work
for you something that’s going to be
realistic for you and to be honest
working with the general population I
can definitely tell you that tracking
macros and doing something like if it
fits your macros or flexible dieting
doing something where you have to track
calories doing something where you
always have to be weighing out your
foods I can tell you right now that is
more of a diet than doing something
that’s based on intuitive eating when I
tell people when they go on keto that
you can only that you can get away with
eating three meals a day and still get
results their mind just blows up so if
we’re to talk about what is the best
diet that doesn’t feel like a diet that
can produce results in about 80% of the
population because once again there are
going to be some Gino codes and/or
genotypes I should say that do not do
well with with the keto diet also if you
have like histamine related diseases if
you have things like Lyme disease
whatever it is some people with those
type of things they don’t do well on the
keto diet I know some people who have
lupus don’t do well on the keto diet so
there are some exceptions to the rule
but for the most part I would say 80% of
the population can follow a keto style
diet a modified keto style diet and get
real results they can see continual fat
loss you don’t have to focus on meal
prepping you can get away with two to
three meals a day and you’ll never feel
hungry and it won’t feel like you’re on
a diet in the majority of studies you
cannot argue with the fact that when
they compare all diets whether it’s low
carb high fat whether it’s low fat high
carb the biggest determining factor and
whether or not people see fat loss it’s
going to be when protein intake is match
so what does that mean well as long as
you’re eating protein as long as you’re
hitting your protein intake as long as
you’re consuming a large amount of
protein you will be losing fat
regardless of what diet you’re on
so there’s no superiority when it comes
to keto besides the fact that you can
get away with not being as hungry and
because you’re not necessarily spiking
your blood sugar throughout the day with
all those extra meals you’re not going
to be running into the problem of having
any type of insulin related issues what
that’s going to do is that’s going to
keep you satiated for a little bit
longer but it can also make you hyper
insulin sensitive in the long run so
that if you ever do decide to add
carbohydrates back in your nutrient
partitioning which means that the food
you consume is gonna be going to muscle
not too fat you’re gonna have a better
your body will have a better ability to
for nutrient partitioning so where does
this leave you because of course we all
want to know well what do we do how do
we start a keto diet how do we begin on
something so what I’ve put together for
you in the link below is a QuickStart
guide to getting started with a modified
keto diet so you can go ahead and click
the link that I have at the bottom of
this video or on the page below in the
About section in the description and
there’s a link that will take you to a
free guide I’ve created for you on how
to get started with a modified keto diet
so a lot of people think that they can
just eat endless amounts of bacon snack
on pork rinds and that they’ll be okay
and just they’ll pee on their little
strip and as long as that there as long
as they’re in ketosis that they’re fine
and sad but not true okay it’s not the
case you need to be focusing on your
like your gut microbiome you need to be
focusing on your health getting your
micronutrients in you still need to be
making sure you’re hitting your fiber
intake so we want a modified key to
approach we don’t want a traditional
keto approach because
that doesn’t work long-term it’s not
good for your health so the guide that I
created for you is a way to start a
modified keto diet and it’s yours for
free so just click the link below and
you can get access to that and until
then I will see you guys next time

Randall Smitham



  1. SoundDaddyTV Posted on December 1, 2017 at 3:07 pm

    Hmm idk. HCLF vegan diet seems to work better for me. I hate the keto brain fog.

  2. SoundDaddyTV Posted on December 1, 2017 at 3:11 pm

    The people who had disease ate meat. Rice is healthier than meat.

  3. Melissa W. Posted on July 22, 2018 at 1:37 pm

    I’m Vegan and do fasting which has worked great for me. And I do low carbs to no carbs as in rice. I eat healthy vegetable carbs

  4. TATTOEDVEGAN Posted on January 8, 2019 at 8:52 pm

    This is what Dr Hyman calls "pegan. " paleo – vegan…..btw, I clicked the link below & it says account has been suspended.

  5. Justin Bowling Posted on May 3, 2019 at 10:20 pm

    I'm guessing the Type-A blood type has a hard time giving up their grains.

    They tend to eat oatmeal and fruit and 2 eggs for breakfast.

    I'm B+ and I can eat 4 eggs with cheese and an 8oz steak for breakfast and feel good afterwards

  6. Cynthia Campbell Posted on August 8, 2019 at 4:09 pm

    I would love the information you are providing, I clicked on the link but no free quick start Keto Diet for beginners was provided.