Mike Mutzel is an expert of ketogenic diets. He tells us its origins and in which instances it is the most advisable road to take. Ketosis is an alternative way of getting the energy that is not from carbs. Losing weight is only one of the various changes you will notice after entering ketosis. The ketogenic diet is even used for the treatment of epilepsies and certain types of cancer. You cannot miss this information! Especially a mind-blowing tip Mike gives to the audience to improve your everyday life. Listen, take notes, and learn all about Ketosis!
Mike has a B.S. in Biology, and M.S. in Clinical Nutrition and is the author of, Belly Fat Effect: The Real Secret About How Your Diet, Intestinal Health, and Gut Bacteria Help You Burn Fat. He also hosts a weekly video-based interview series, High Intensity Health.
[:43] Mike Mutzel career briefing
[2:13] What is Ketosis?
[2:45] Ketosis is another way of getting energy but helps the general health too.
[3:37] What are the benefits of a Ketogenic diet?
[6:38] Ketogenic diet treats inflammatory related diseases.
[8:01] Ketosis diet can be used in cancer treatment.
[12:06] Meals time, the circadian rhythms to eat. How important is it to be very consistent with your meal times?
[15:01] Gut health and ketosis.
[17:27] Ketosis vs low carb, what to do first? Start with low carb! Ketosis is not for everyone.
[19:40] When to use supplements in a ketogenic diet.
[21:15] Why berberine is an awesome supplement.
[22.30] Taping your mouth shut before going to bed prevents mouth breathing at night and creates amazing benefits.
[25:03] Present for listeners from Mike Mutzel at www.highintensityhealth.com.
[26:10] Extra fiber to lose weight faster.
[27:28] How many carbs you should eat a day?
Mentioned in this episode:
“The key to getting into ketosis is a low insulin diet.”
“Ketogenic diet started replacing medicine for treatment-resistant epilepsy.“
“Cancer loves sugar; in a ketogenic diet you suppress that root.”
“Full ketosis is not for everyone.”
As always, remember:
You are worthy. Dare to live a life that matters.