All You Need To Know About Keto Diet – Best Of Oz

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A collection of the top clips from 11 years of the Doctor Oz Shows.

– Everything You Need to Know About the Keto Diet

This high-fat, high-protein, and low-carb eating plan is sweeping the nation. Our keto dream team shows you how to turn your body into a fat-burning machine.

– What You Should Eat on the Ketogenic Diet

Fitness trainer Drew Manning reveals how a ketogenic lifestyle helped him lose weight within half a year, Then, he explains much fat, protein, and carbohydrates are needed to stay in ketosis, a state where the body burns fat for fuel.

– A Sample Ketogenic Diet Meal Plan

Trainer Drew Manning shows Dr. Oz and guest Kendy what he typically eats when he follows a ketogenic diet. Then, Dr. Oz weighs in with his concerns about this high-fat, low-carb diet.

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  • Dr. Kirk Brown says:

    I think keto diet is the way to go…I’ve lost 20 lbs in the past month on the keto diet.

  • Abu Huraira says:

    Imagine the wieght you’re losing is going to the person you hate

  • Roberta Ringstaff says:

    What about folks with diabetes

    • B A says:

      Roberta Ringstaff I started the Ketogenic lifestyle in May and have Dia 2 – it’s now reversed and my blood sugars are for the first time low and stable – the same is my blood pressure ‼️ I also have lost 35 kilograms…. SO huge hooray for the Ketogenic way of eating/living 💪❤️

    • jwathas says:

      Not necessarily true,a t least not in all cases. My husband tried keto with me for several months and he developed bilateral calculi and a decline in renal function. It returned to normal after he went back to a normal diet.

    • B A says:

      jwathas Wich type of Keto did you follow?

    • M S says:

      A keto diet is excellent for diabetes, but you may have to adjust your medications because your blood sugar and insulin will be lower and you will need less insulin, so you will need to work with your doctor. If you do have diabetes, it is even more important to eat a clean keto diet, so keep carbs very low (0-20g), try not to cheat, and stay away from vegetable oils and processed foods. Focus on meat, organ meats, some vegetables, and animal fats.

    • J J says:

      @jwathas Did he do it right? There is a transition period your body has to adjust to the new way of eating. You need to replace lost electrolytes and other things during transitioning. The “normal” standard America way of eating is what causes diseases, diabetes, etc. Look at Dr. Eric Berg’s videos on healthy keto and adapting slowly.

  • jwathas says:

    Dr. Oz is right. It is NOT sustainable long-term. I did keto for about 6 months. I am an avid runner and I have NEVER felt so fatigued in my entire life as I did when I was on keto. The quality of my workouts absolutely sucked since my energy levels were in the toilet. I just wasn’t all there. i finally had to stop. As far as weight loss, it’s hard to tell. I am a female in my 30s, about 5’6 tall and around 125 lbs, so it’s not like I needed to lose weight and I can’t say that I noticed any weight loss at all. I was mainly trying to for the alleged health benefits. For me, a sensible diet with lots of fruits, veggies, lean meats, and whole grains is more more realistic and doable.

  • Neri Ashley Cabajar says:

    Well I always have Keto diet myself!

  • Janae Lynn says:

    DR Adkins taught this 50 years ago. The world was brutal to him. Basic no white stuff program

  • Sweet S says:

    Can keto diet be done whilst pregnant?

    • Angela Wilson says:

      No. Eat a diet including fruit and vegetables, whole grains and protein. Folic acid and a maturity vitamin is important before your actually pregnant. Avoid processed foods.

  • Irma Duncan says:

    What about somebody who had weight-loss surgery is it good for person who had bariatric weight-loss surgery

  • Harrison Ford says:

    Dr Oz looks like Johnny Knoxville and Willem Defoe blended together.

  • J J says:

    It is long term and sustainable because you lose cravings for carbs. Didn’t Stephanie Person tell you she’s been on it for 10 years? I’ve been doing it for 2 with no problems.

  • emkeey mk says:

    I can’t believe she is 51 years, I though she was in her 30’s

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  • M S says:

    I started keto two years ago for chronic migraines and digestive issues. I had only a few pounds of fat to lose, and I lost that pretty quick and my weight stabilized. Now, I’m mostly carnivore, but my health is better than it ever was. I have so much energy, stable blood sugar, no inflammation or digestive discomfort. It may not be sustainable long-term for everyone, but for me it is certainly a must considering how much better my quality of life is. For me it isn’t a fad, keto carnivore is a human species-appropriate diet based on our anatomy and based on the fact that pre-agricultural humans ate this way. It has been a blessing to come across this way of eating.

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