The ketogenic diet has surged in popularity the last 2-3 years.
I can tell when a diet has become mainstream when my relatives, who know very little about diet and nutrition, ask me about it.Click here to learn how to get ultra-lean by eating a high carb diet (opposite of keto).
I have been friends with some of the bigger names in the Paleo movement since 2007.
They are responsible for making the ketogenic diet popular.
I know all the science behind the keto movement, but I’m not convinced and frankly worried about health issues that will happen over the long term.
Here’s a doctor who QUIT the keto diet and no longer believes this is a healthy way to eat.
In the short term, cutting out all carbs and eating a high-fat diet will result in weight loss.
The problem is that this can drastically slow the metabolism (your metabolism is fueled by glucose).
An alternative is to eat a higher carb low fat diet.
The leanest person I know over the age of 40 is an Olympic Strength and Conditioning Coach in Iceland.
Mark is in his mid-40’s and eats a low fat carb-based diet and maintains 6% body fat year-round.
I have been so impressed with Mark’s results that I co-created a course with him:
Yes, it is probably crazy to release a course about eating HIGH carbs during the peak of the keto movement.
We just believe this is a better way to get lean and healthy over the long-haul.
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