Keto is short for a ketogenic way of eating. There are therapeutic ketogenic diets that can be beneficial for the treatment of epilepsy, cancer, and other ailments, but the purpose and focus of this site is Nutrional Ketosis. Keto is a way of eating.
The title is one of Queen’s greatest hits: Who wants to live forever. It’s the annual conference of the Icelandic Health Symposium (IHS) in Reykjavik in September 2017. It brings together global experts in health and longevity. They will reveal what science says about lifestyle for health and lifespan. They will gives talks on how your genes control your fate. And they will show how your species can achieve longevity in a way that harmonises with nature. That’s the path to a long, sustainable future for both humans and the planet.
Published: 6/5/2017 - 64 minutes
Hosts Carl Franklin and Richard Morris cite and discuss a handful of the science they've found that supports the ketogenic diet as a safe and effective therapy for reversing Type 2 Diabetes and obesity.
Vegetables are any plant parts that are not fruits, seeds, or flowers. Vegetable parts include roots, tubers, bulbs, stems, and leaves. Plants want animals to eat their fruits (and interact with their flowers and seeds), but plants need to protect other body parts-their vegetable parts- from predators, so they can survive. I would argue that plants do not want their vegetable parts to be eaten.
Ketosis is a natural process the body initiates to help us survive when food intake is low. During this state, we produce ketones, which are produced from the breakdown of fats in the liver.
The end goal of a properly maintained keto diet is to force your body into this metabolic state. We don’t do this through starvation of calories but starvation of carbohydrates.
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Stop the presses! Hold the phones! Call in reinforcements! Stop, stop, stop whatever you are doing right now and run to your kitchen to make these low carb molten peanut butter lava cakes. Because these are, without question, every peanut butter lover’s dream dessert. Warm and rich and gooey and melty, they just ooze peanut butter sweetness all over your plate. It will be love at first bite, I promise you. And they are even more heavenly with a good drizzle of my low carb chocolate sauce on top.