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August 22, 2019
In this episode, we’ll talk all about intermittent fasting. Here is an overview of this episode: Can you exercise while fasting? Will I get hungry when intermittent fasting? Will I get a headache when intermittent fasting? The important of quality salt when fasting. Which liquids break my fast? Can I take my supplements during my fast? How long should I fast for? Who should not practice intermittent fasting? Will I feel cold when intermittent fasting? Should women practice fasting? Why calorie counting does not work How intermittent fasting is a powerful weight loss tool. 3 ways to practice intermittent fasting. And much more!   Get my FREE Fasting Cheat Sheet: http://www.fastingcheatsheet.com   LowCarb USA Boca Raton, Florida January 2020 conference: https://www.lowcarbusa.org/low-carb-events/se-2020/ Use KetoKamp at checkout for $100 off your ticket price.   YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/ketokamp    [VIDEO] Approved Liquids with Intermittent Fasting | Official Review of 17 Liquids: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wktj6BpvjKE     [VIDEO] 4 Ways to Master The Keto Diet & Intermittent Fasting: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3nWcWlj8n68     My Favorite Keto Coffee: http://www.ketokampcoffee.com   My Favorite Keto Beef Jerky & More: http://www.paleovalley.com Use coupon code ketokamp10 for 10% off   // R E S O U R C E S Benefits of fasting study:  https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2011-04/imc-sfr033111.php   Study shows a 13% increase in metabolism after 4 consecutive days of fasting:  https://idmprogram.com/fix-broken-metabolism/     Join The Keto Kamp Inner Circle: https://www.ketokamp.com  Get the Keto Kickstart Guide for FREE: http://www.ketokickstartguide.com   Get my FREE Fasting Cheat Sheet: http://www.fastingcheatsheet.com YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/ketokamp  My Favorite Keto Beef Jerky & More: http://www.paleovalley.com Use coupon code ketokamp10 for 10% off   This podcast is for information purposes only. Statements and views expressed on this podcast are not medical advice. This podcast including Ben Azadi disclaim responsibility from any possible adverse effects from the use of information contained herein. Opinions of guests are their own, and this podcast does not accept responsibility of statements made by guests. This podcast does not make any representations or warranties about guests qualifications or credibility. Individuals on this podcast may have a direct or non-direct interest in products or services referred to herein. If you think you have a medical problem, consult a licensed physician.
August 21, 2019
Nora Gedgaudas explains what the modern diet has done to shrink our brains and age us faster. You'll learn how you have control over your brain function.  Learn More About Nora Gedgaudas:  https://www.primalbody-primalmind.com/ You can watch this full lecture by Nora Gedgaudas on the PaleoFX YouTube channel:  'Nora Gedgaudas Primal Mind The Care, Feeding and Optimization of Your Brain'   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gmXfk4iBZf4   LowCarb USA Boca Raton, Florida January 2020 conference: https://www.lowcarbusa.org/low-carb-events/se-2020/ Use KetoKamp at checkout for $100 off your ticket price. The Keto Kamp YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/ketokamp Grab Ben's ebook, The Keto Kickstart Guide: 4 Steps to Burning Fat Instead of Sugar, FREE at www.ketokickstartguide.com  // F O L L O W   B E N A Z A D I ▸ instagram | @thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2B1NXKW ▸ facebook | /thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2BVvvW6 ▸ twitter | @thebenazadi http://bit.ly/2USE0so ▸ email | ben@ketokamp.com
August 19, 2019
Today’s episode is a story about pain and struggles and how these experiences help develop passion and purpose. Autumn Smith, joins us today to share her own wellness journey of healing from IBS and her mission to inspire people to take care of themselves. She gives tips on diet and nutrition, exercise, drugs/medicines, and routine for greater physical and mental health, including the importance of consistently testing your blood sugar levels. You don’t want to miss this one!   Autumn suffered acute digestive issues since she was a teenager and numerous experts failed to offer solutions that worked. Very concerned, her husband, Chas took matters into his own hands. His extensive research led him to the paleo diet.   Together they implemented its principles for 30 days and by the end, Autumn's IBS was completely resolved. With this wonderful learning experience, Autumn focused on disseminating information to facilitate wellness for everyone. She achieves this through Paleovalley and Wild Pastures.   Paleovalley creates products with integrity that are free from problematic ingredients and teeming with ingredients that promote vibrant health. Their products are a labor of love, and their only hope is that they help your family feel as vibrant as theirs. I, myself, testify to that.   If you want to know more about their products and try them for yourself, visit their store here. Get 10% off of your products by using the code: KETOKAMP10.   In this episode, you'll discover:   [00:30] From Pain to Purpose Autumn started to have digestion issues as early as 10 years old. They jumped from doctor to doctor and nobody really gave her a ‘healing’ answer. Autumn managed her pain on her own and she now knows that there’s a profound gut and brain connection. With Autumn’s decision to manage it instead of address it, her mental health started to deteriorate. It was so bad that Autumn was kicked out of her parents’ house before she even graduated from high school. This experience helped her develop the level responsibility she has today. From rock bottom, she pulled it together, got to college, moved to LA, pursued a dance career where she worked for Tracy Anderson, a celebrity fitness trainer. Her husband noticed that she is still suffering a lot that they decided to visit one last doctor. Still, no ‘healing’ answer was given. Through their self-guided research, she and her husband healed her digestive issues with the paleo diet. Within 30 days of the paleo diet, her digestive issues completely went away. Through Paleovalley, Autumn’s purpose is to facilitate wellness for everyone else by disseminating excellent nutritional information and organic food products with 100 million people worldwide   [5:50] Symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) Feeling bloated after meals. Experiencing pain and cramps in the lower abdomen. Getting itchy skin rashes or blisters. Deteriorating mental health. Unstable blood sugar levels.   [6:40] There is no cookie-cutter approach on regulating your blood sugar levels. Keto diet has been shown to improve blood sugar control. Regulating your blood sugar level is similar to a fingerprint. It is very unique. Number 1 step: Test your blood sugar levels. It is important to test. You cannot get all the information you need from the glycemic index and glycemic load. Fifty (50%) of people today are insulin resistant → highly correlated with the number of people with mental health issues.     [9:33] Mental Health, Drugs and Nutrition. Anti-anxiety drugs increase the risk of addiction in just 4 days. The pharmaceutical industry taught us the depression is just a case of serotonin-deficiency. Dietary intervention for people with mental health issues: Stabilize your blood sugar level. Address nutrient-deficiency. Track nutrition & count calories. (e.g Cronometer) Most mental health issues today are rooted with the immune system inflammation. Make sure you are not eating inflammatory foods. Identify your food sensitivities and gut issues.   [15:58] Foods, Anxiety and Depression Foods that trigger anxiety and depression: Sugar Gluten Back in the 1950s, there’s an association with gluten and schizophrenia Dairy Gluten and dairy breakdown into exorphins. These chemicals make you feel good in the moment but a little while after, they take you down and make you feel terrible. Caffeine Foods that reduce anxiety and depression: Seafoods (B12 and Omega-3 Fatty Acids) Organ Meats Vitamin A Folate Riboflavin Vegetables For a full list of foods with purported mental-health benefits, check out the study Antidepressant foods: An evidence-based nutrient profiling system for depression   [23:20] Story behind Paleovalley To heal her digestive issues, Autumn eliminated refined foods, shopped at local farmers’ market, ate fresh organic fruits and vegetables, grass fed meats and wild seafood. By the end of a 30-day period, Autumn's IBS was completely resolved Autumn and her husband, Chas, originally focused on disseminating information. They soon realized that there simply weren’t many truly healthy food products on the market. Realizing that they had an important job to do, they launched Paleovalley which aims to create products with integrity that are free from problematic ingredients and teeming with ingredients that promote vibrant health.   [27:35] Folate vs. Folic Acid Folic acid is a synthetic form of vitamin B9. Research suggests that your body won’t use it as efficiently as folate. Folate is the food form of vitamin B9. People with MTHFR, a genetic mutation 50% of the population has, won't be able to use these fake B Vitamins which interferes with the metabolism of the real ones.   [30:00] Differentiating grass fed animals from the others Grass fed animals are fed with grass and grains. They are free to roam around in their pasture. They are not exposed to pesticides. Products of grass fed animals have higher nutrient levels, better fatty acid profile, higher antioxidant levels and higher mineral content. Grass fed farmers can use a number of different grazing styles. Continuous grazing Animals graze a pasture for an extended amount of time with no, or infrequent rest to the plants from grazing. Not ideal since it degrades the environment Rotational grazing Mimic nature A system where a large pasture is divided into smaller paddocks allowing livestock to be easily moved from one paddock to another Stimulates rapid grass growth   [38:18] Autumn’s decision of not being in retail stores Paleovalley’s goal is to produce affordable products for consumers. “If we don’t go to retail, we don’t pay the extra costs associated with going into retail.” This allows them to keep their integrity high. “Our ultimate goal is to make it accessible. Retail, sometimes, does the opposite.”   AND MUCH MORE!   Resources from this episode: Email me at ben@ketokamp.com Join the The Keto Kamp Inner Circle To know more about Autumn Smith and Paleovalley, click here Wild Pastures - From Pasture-Centric Farms To Your Table Connect with Autumn: autumn@paleovalley.com Check out Paleovalley’s products. Get 10% off of your products by using the code: KETOKAMP10 Optimize Paleo Podcast Tracy Anderson, a celebrity fitness trainer Cronometer: Track nutrition & count calories For a full list of foods with purported mental-health benefits, check out the study Antidepressant foods: An evidence-based nutrient profiling system for depression KKP 001: Dry Fasting for Cancer, 4 Supplements to Stop Taking, The Dangers of Silver Fillings – Dr. Daniel Pompa Multivitamin = Expensive Urine Relevant Articles: The Nutritional Impact of Organ Meats on Hormone Health The Shocking Scientific Link Between Diet and Mental Health Natural Vitamin C VS. Synthetic Ascorbic Acid: Is There a difference? 11 Stellar Reasons to try OUR Beef Sticks   This podcast is for information purposes only. Statements and views expressed on this podcast are not medical advice. This podcast including Ben Azadi disclaim responsibility from any possible adverse effects from the use of information contained herein. Opinions of guests are their own, and this podcast does not accept responsibility of statements made by guests. This podcast does not make any representations or warranties about guests qualifications or credibility. Individuals on this podcast may have a direct or non-direct interest in products or services referred to herein. If you think you have a medical problem, consult a licensed physician.
August 16, 2019
In this episode, we’ll talk all about intermittent fasting. Here is an overview of this episode: The history of fasting Will you go into starvation mode when fasting? Will you lose muscle while fasting? Who should practice intermittent fasting? Will my metabolism slow down? What exactly is intermittent fasting? And much more! Get my FREE Fasting Cheat Sheet: http://www.fastingcheatsheet.com YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/ketokamp  My Favorite Keto Beef Jerky & More: http://www.paleovalley.com Use coupon code ketokamp10 for 10% off 06:30 How to naturally produce human growth hormone with fasting. A study showed a 2,000% increase in HGH after a 24 hour fast in men, and a 1,300% increase in HGH after a 24 hours fast in women. 07:28 Interesting Fasting Facts: In ancient Egypt, India and Greece, dosed starvation was used as for a curative and preventive purposes, as to strengthen the spirit.   It is known that Pythagoras (580-500 years. BC), Greek philosopher and mathematician, founder of the famous school of philosophy, systematically starved for 40 days, rightly believing that it increases the mental perception and creativity. He demanded strict 40-day fast on water alone from each of his numerous disciples and followers.   Hippocrates (460-357 years BC) - a physician who owns a great medical commandment: “Do no harm!”, was an ardent supporter of moderation and treatment through fasting. He wrote: “The addition of food should be much rarer, since it is often useful to completely take it away while the patient can withstand it, until the force of the disease reaches its maturity. The man carries within him a doctor; you just have to help him do his work. If the body is not cleared, then the more you feed it, the more it will be harmed. When a patient is fed too richly, the disease is fed as well. Remember – any excess is against nature.”   11:20 Benefits of intermittent fasting. 13:03 Is fasting effective against cancer? 14:35 Does intermittent fasting help to burn fat? 16:59 What will happen to my blood sugar levels when I intermittent fast? 18:53 Will I go into starvation mode when intermittent fasting? 20:47 Will I lose muscle when intermittent fasting?   // R E S O U R C E S Benefits of fasting study:  https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2011-04/imc-sfr033111.php   Study shows a 13% increase in metabolism after 4 consecutive days of fasting:  https://idmprogram.com/fix-broken-metabolism/     Join The Keto Kamp Inner Circle: https://www.ketokamp.com  Get the Keto Kickstart Guide for FREE: http://www.ketokickstartguide.com   Get my FREE Fasting Cheat Sheet: http://www.fastingcheatsheet.com YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/ketokamp  My Favorite Keto Beef Jerky & More: http://www.paleovalley.com Use coupon code ketokamp10 for 10% off   This podcast is for information purposes only. Statements and views expressed on this podcast are not medical advice. This podcast including Ben Azadi disclaim responsibility from any possible adverse effects from the use of information contained herein. Opinions of guests are their own, and this podcast does not accept responsibility of statements made by guests. This podcast does not make any representations or warranties about guests qualifications or credibility. Individuals on this podcast may have a direct or non-direct interest in products or services referred to herein. If you think you have a medical problem, consult a licensed physician.
August 14, 2019
Dr. Eric Westman explains the power of using the ketogenic diet the RIGHT way. You'll learn how amazing ketones are, and what they do to fight disease.  Follow Dr. Eric C. Westman on Twitter:  https://twitter.com/drericwestman?lang=en You can watch this full lecture by Dr. Eric Westman on the Low Carb Down Under YouTube channel:  'Dr. Eric Westman - 'Keto Medicine - The Practice Of Carbohydrate Restriction''   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMVI_t6Vfqo   PaleoValley 100% Grass Fed Beef Jerky & More www.paleovalley.com Use code ketokamp10 for 10% off. The Keto Kamp YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/ketokamp Grab Ben's ebook, The Keto Kickstart Guide: 4 Steps to Burning Fat Instead of Sugar, FREE at www.ketokickstartguide.com  // F O L L O W   B E N A Z A D I ▸ instagram | @thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2B1NXKW ▸ facebook | /thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2BVvvW6 ▸ twitter | @thebenazadi http://bit.ly/2USE0so ▸ email | ben@ketokamp.com
August 12, 2019
Today’s episode might be a little bit different than all of the previous ones. Still, it is as insightful as ever, especially because I am joined by the mastermind behind the Keto Kamp movement. I am humbled to be joined by Sean Croxton, a podcast host, author, entrepreneur, and prosperity teacher. I followed his growth and career for the past 8 years, most especially when he still hosts the Underground Wellness Radio, one of the internet’s most popular health podcasts.   During his seven years with Underground Wellness, Sean penned the still-popular Dark Side of Fat Loss ebook, started the JERF (Just Eat Real Food) movement, and hosted seven online summit events, including The Thyroid Sessions, Digestion Sessions, and The Depression Sessions.   Now, Sean is the host of The Quote of The Day Show, the #1 daily motivational podcast, featuring short inspirational teachings from the best of the best speakers. He is also the creator of Money Mind Academy, an 8-week course that will completely change your relationship with money.   In this episode, Sean shares the story of how his hardwork and determination got him to where he is today. He also explained the science behind developing a habit while we dive deep into physiology, neurocardiology, brain chemistry and how it is connected with your keto diet and fasting. Tune in! In this episode, you'll discover:   [00:55] Sean Croxton, the early years Sean’s mother worked three jobs. By the time he wakes up in the morning, his mom is already at work. When he goes to bed at night, his mom is still at work.  “If I didn’t have that experience of living at the poverty line, I probably wouldn’t have the value that I have on abundance.” His early years was a great learning experience for him. It showed him the value of earning money.  It showed him the freedom of earning money. It showed him that in order to have more money, you gotta do more service.   [8:18] The audio clip that helped changed Sean’s life  In November of 2009, his friend, Antonio, sent him an audio clip of John Demartini. “The amount of money that you have will always be in direct proportion to the quality and quantity of the service you provide.”   [17:10] After graduating from college, Sean became a personal trainer. His uncle and his aunt were his biggest influences on why he took health in college.  As a personal trainer, Sean had to build up the courage to talk to people when suffering with social anxiety. He had his first panic attack while doing some personal training. His doctor prescribed him Prozac but what he really wanted was Paxil. While training his last client, he found himself in the midst of a “Prozac-induced” panic attack. His social anxiety isn't completely gone and Sean's ok with that. He prefers to call it introversion. [22:32] Back in 2008, Sean launched his first show, Underground Wellness Radio. The podcast ran for 7 years and he released 348 episodes over this period of time. Surprising to most, in 2015 Sean closed up shop with his brand Underground Wellness. “Passions have seasons, and all seasons eventually come to an end.” - Lisa Nichols Sean felt that his passion for interviewing health experts is over.    [26:08] The importance of passion and loving what you do for a living If you are not living according to your highest values, it means you are not really living.  You are living by social idealisms. You are living by something outside of you. Life is too short for that. A lot of us are trapped in the ‘how’ When you are fully aligned with your values, the ‘how’ just shows up.   [27:23] Sean's motivational influences after shutting down Underground Wellness Sean was super deep into reading books by John F. Demartini.  Books by Demartini: How to Make One Hell of a Profit and Still Get to Heaven   The Breakthrough Experience The Gratitude Effect The Values Factor   He also read books by Bob Proctor. Books by Bob Proctor:   You Were Born Rich The Art of Living   Sean dived deep into physiology, neuroscience and brain chemistry. On his new YouTube Channel, Mind Kamp, he flipped the focus to personal development with a sprinkle of health.   [31:22] Neurocardiology: Interaction between the brain and the heart In the communication between the brain and the heart, 90% of it goes from the heart to the brain. There’s a little brain inside our hearts that stores information, memories, personalities, etc. Our hearts are our point of attraction.  Heart rate variability is the physiological phenomenon of variation in the time interval between heartbeats. We don’t want these to be to low. That would mean we are unhealthy.  Emotions dictate your heart rate variability.  Measure your heart rate variability through: Oura Ring emWave2 [34:11] Adding love and gratitude into your keto diet and fasting Meditation comes a long way. emWave2: emWave 2 helps with the analysis of HRV that reflects heart-brain interaction and autonomic nervous system dynamics, which are particularly sensitive to changes in your emotional state. emWave2 technology is based on "the coherence breakthrough". Coherence is a state of synchronization between your heart, brain and autonomic nervous system which has been proven to have numerous mental, emotional and physical benefits. [36:44] Your brain is the record of the past The past is literally composed of electrical current that flows in your brain.  These electrical thoughts become your biochemical feelings.  How to change these wirings? 1. Relax Get out of the high beta brain wave state.  Calm down and get into the alpha creative state.  2. Do your meditation.  AND MUCH MORE!   Resources from this episode:  Email me at ben@ketokamp.com Join the The Keto Kamp Inner Circle Get The Keto Kickstart Guide for FREE To know more about Sean Croxton, visit his website here. Sean's YouTube Channel Dark Side of Fat Loss by Sean Croxton JERF (Just Eat Real Food) Facebook Community The Quote of The Day Show Money Mind Academy Books by John Demartini: How to Make One Hell of a Profit and Still Get to Heaven   The Breakthrough Experience The Gratitude Effect The Values Factor   Books by Bob Proctor:   You Were Born Rich The Art of Living   This podcast is for information purposes only. Statements and views expressed on this podcast are not medical advice. This podcast including Ben Azadi disclaim responsibility from any possible adverse effects from the use of information contained herein. Opinions of guests are their own, and this podcast does not accept responsibility of statements made by guests. This podcast does not make any representations or warranties about guests qualifications or credibility. Individuals on this podcast may have a direct or non-direct interest in products or services referred to herein. If you think you have a medical problem, consult a licensed physician. 
August 9, 2019
In this episode, we’ll talk all about sleep. Here is an overview of this episode: The relationship between weight gain and sleep Why sleep ages you faster How to achieve optimal sleep starting tonight My favorite sleep hack Sleep supplements And much more! Get my FREE Keto Kickstart Guide: www.ketokickstartguide.com  YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/ketokamp  My Favorite Keto Coffee: http://www.ketokampcoffee.com 04:36 The negative consequences of sleep deprivation. Sleep deprivation is such a chronic condition these days that you might not even realize you suffer from it. Science has now established that a sleep deficit can have serious effects on your health.   For example, interrupted or impaired sleep can: Dramatically weaken your immune system Accelerate tumor growth—tumors grow two to three times faster in laboratory animals with severe sleep dysfunctions Cause a pre-diabetic state, making you feel hungry even if you’ve already eaten, which can wreak havoc on your weight Seriously impair your memory; even a single night of poor sleep—meaning sleeping only 4 to 6 hours—can impact your ability to think clearly the next day Impair your performance on physical or mental tasks, and decrease your problem solving ability 06:12 Most fat burning takes place during stage 4 sleep. This is when your 5 fat burning hormones become activated; thyroid T3, IGF-1, Testosterone, Growth Hormone, Glucagon. 07:50 My favorite sleep hack, money time sleep window. This takes place generally between 10pm - 2am. I learned this from Shawn Steven (Sleep Smarter book: https://amzn.to/2Z1Urb6) Every hour of sleep within this window is equal to 2 hours of sleep outside of this window.  09:40 Our brain does housekeeping during stage 4 sleep. This is when brain cells shrink and clean itself out.  11:50 Wonky hormones are the cause of weight gain, and many diseases. Hormones are the language of the human body. We have over 600 hormones, and they want to communicate to your cells to burn fat and feel good. When we have imbalanced hormones, this doesn't happen. What has the biggest influence on your hormones? Sleep.  13:03 Practical sleep tips to help you get better sleep starting tonight. Make the room cold are dark. Avoid nighttime stimulation and blue blight exposure. Drink banana tea.  15:00 My favorite blue light blocking glasses. Here are the glasses I wear: https://amzn.to/2YAkA1h 15:15 How to make nature's Nyquil, banana tea. (make sure its an organic banana) 18:30 My favorite sleep supplements. Get my recommended supplements at http://www.ketokampsupplements.com 19:06 My favorite sleep tracker, the Oura ring: https://ouraring.com/ // R E S O U R C E S Check out Shawn Stevenson's Model Health Show: https://themodelhealthshow.com/podcasts/ Episode 15 of The Keto Kamp Podcast w/ Devin Burke All About Sleep: https://apple.co/2SYGTYg Join The Keto Kamp Inner Circle: https://www.ketokamp.com  This podcast is for information purposes only. Statements and views expressed on this podcast are not medical advice. This podcast including Ben Azadi disclaim responsibility from any possible adverse effects from the use of information contained herein. Opinions of guests are their own, and this podcast does not accept responsibility of statements made by guests. This podcast does not make any representations or warranties about guests qualifications or credibility. Individuals on this podcast may have a direct or non-direct interest in products or services referred to herein. If you think you have a medical problem, consult a licensed physician.
August 7, 2019
Dr. Sarah Hallberg breaks the medical box of type 2 diabetes. In this episode she explains why type 2 diabetes can be reversed, and how you have the power in your hands with the ketogenic diet. Learn more about Dr. Sarah Hallberg here: https://www.virtahealth.com/about/drsarahhallberg Dr. Sarah Hallberg Facebook: http://bit.ly/2TbCEIS You can watch this full lecture on the Dr. Sarah Hallberg's health lecture on the TEDx Talks channel:  'Reversing Type 2 diabetes starts with ignoring the guidelines | Sarah Hallberg | TEDxPurdueU'   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=da1vvigy5tQ The Keto Kamp YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/ketokamp Grab Ben's ebook, The Keto Kickstart Guide: 4 Steps to Burning Fat Instead of Sugar, FREE at www.ketokickstartguide.com  // F O L L O W   B E N A Z A D I ▸ instagram | @thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2B1NXKW ▸ facebook | /thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2BVvvW6 ▸ twitter | @thebenazadi http://bit.ly/2USE0so ▸ email | ben@ketokamp.com
August 5, 2019
Devin Burke is a sleep optimization researcher and has an extensive and intense interest and experience in sleep optimization. He is a Certified Sleep Science Coach, holds multiple health certifications and is the founder of Sleep Science Academy which helps people improve their sleep and performance.   Information on Devin's sleep case study program: https://www.sleepscienceacademy.com/case-study-performance-sleep-program     07:16 Growing up in a family who followed the standard American diet. Grew up as a sick kid with chronic ear infections, and other problems. When Devin's grandfather passed away, Devin's mom started to focus on health and feed the family differently.    Devin saw his mom's health change for the better, and this inspired Devin to become involved in the health space.     10:31 Devin made the difficult decision to not go to PT school, and instead, he became a health coach.     11:15 The Costa Rica trip which changed the course of Devin's life.     15:50 "When you are healthy, its easier to choose happiness. You can choose happiness at any point even when you're not happy. But when you're happy, its easier to choose happiness."     16:45 Awareness is key. When you are conscious about what you are feeding your mind and body, you become more sensitive to how things effect you. When you have this awareness, you can make a decision which serves your future.      18:23 How Devin become involved with sleep, and why he chose to master the subject of sleep instead of other fields in health.      20:45 The stigma in the U.S. on sleep being for the weak, and why  in the U.S. sleep is linked with laziness.      22:10 How chronic sleep ages you faster. We have telomeres which are the tiny caps at the end of our DNA. When they shorten, we are aging. Lack of sleep shortens telomeres faster than anything else! 24:20 The number 1 reason why people have sleep issues. STRESS. Its a vicious cycle.     25:25 How to master your stress.     27:00 A simple technique for mastering stress, breathing. Devin shows how to properly breathe to activate the parasympathetic nervous system (rest and digest).     29:45 The importance of finding a bed time ritual for better sleep. Devin shares several ideas here. Devin is a believer in using all 5 senses during your bed time routine.      31:57 How food effects the quality of sleep, and why its not a good idea to eat before bed.     33:00 Acute insomnia vs chronic insomnia. How to beat insomnia for good.      38:38 www.sleepsciencecoach.com to learn more about Devin's program to fix insomnia for food.     39:20 How the brain flushes out toxins during deep delta sleep (glymphatic system)     41:00 REM sleep, and why this is important for processing memories and mastering emotional stress.      42:30 The amazing benefits of CBD oil, and how it can help you with your sleep.     46:29 "A good night sleep happens the morning of." - Devin Burke. Tips on having a powerful morning routine which can help you with your sleep.     48:00 Limit your caffeine, and have a curfew. Caffeine blocks the receptors in your brain and it can negatively effect your sleep. Devin recommends you have all of your caffeine before 1 pm.      51:27 Devin's New Book coming out later this year: Human Energy Dynamics - The 5 Keys to Unlocking Energy & Performance.     Resources from this episode:  Email me at ben@ketokamp.com Join the The Keto Kamp Inner Circle Claim my FREE Keto Kickstart Guide: www.ketokickstartguide.com Subscribe to the Keto Kamp YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/ketokamp    Oura Sleep Ring: https://ouraring.com/   Visit Devin Burke's website: https://www.devinburke.com/   Information on Devin's sleep case study program: https://www.sleepscienceacademy.com/case-study-performance-sleep-program   Devin Burke's YouTube Channel:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8PbXDuWVxnz1xsd5B4PVbw       This podcast is for information purposes only. Statements and views expressed on this podcast are not medical advice. This podcast including Ben Azadi disclaim responsibility from any possible adverse effects from the use of information contained herein. Opinions of guests are their own, and this podcast does not accept responsibility of statements made by guests. This podcast does not make any representations or warranties about guests qualifications or credibility. Individuals on this podcast may have a direct or non-direct interest in products or services referred to herein. If you think you have a medical problem, consult a licensed physician.   
August 2, 2019
In this episode, we’ll talk all about autophagy. Here is an overview of this episode: The relationship between mTor & autophagy Which foods boost autophagy How to achieve autophagy via exercise Why bodybuilders die sooner than the average person Why you don't want too much autophagy Get my FREE Keto Kickstart Guide: www.ketokickstartguide.com  YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/ketokamp  My Favorite Keto Coffee: http://www.ketokampcoffee.com 03:55 The definition of autophagy is 'Self Eating'. We are made up of trillions of cells; every day, 70 billion cells need to be recycled. Powerful refrigerator analogy on autophagy.  05:28 How not achieving autophagy leads to cancer and disease. Dr. Thomas Seyfried, who wrote the book Cancer As A Metabolic Disease, is quoted as saying "If you were to complete a 7 day water only fast you would reduce your risk of cancer by 95%". 06:10 When the body is fasted, this is an acute hormedic to the body. The body will use damaged cells, proteins, and mitochondria first! Powerful analogy on a ship going through the Atlantic ocean taking on water and sinking. 07:20 The relationship between mTor & autophagy (feast/famine), and why they can both be good for us or bad for us. Its all about how you use it. There's an art to this. Think of mTor as growth (anabolic), and autophagy as catabolic.  09:30 The human body is designed for feast/famine cycles, and when you can master this, your DNA and cells will thrive. We have 97% control over the expression of our genes. This is called epigenetics. Check out the work by Dr. Bruce Lipton: https://www.brucelipton.com/ 11:07 In order to rebuild we must tear down first. I give a great analogy I heard from Dr. Jason Fung about old kitchen counters. Relate this analogy to the process of autophagy.  11:44 When does autophagy start during a fast? It depends on the person, it ranged from 12 hours to 24 hours. A general answer is that most people should be getting autophagy at the 16 hour fasting mark. 12:30 Dr. Thomas Seyfried saw cancerous tumors shrink before his eyes when his patients achieved maximum autophagy during a block fast. Here is how you test for max autophagy; take your blood glucose, divide by 18, and compare to your blood ketones. If you have a 1:1 ratio or higher, you are in max autophagy. 14:47 Achieve 3x the autophagy with a dry fast. This is extreme so work with a health practitioner.  15:15 Exercise increases autophagy. So do these specific ingredients. Add them to your daily diet; coffee, olive oil, coconuts, green tea, turmeric, ginger, sulforaphane (broccoli sprouts), mushrooms. Here is a video I made all about fasting & autophagy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XIBoj43xq-Q   // R E S O U R C E S Check out High Intensity Health's Mike Mutzel for more on autophagy and exercise: https://highintensityhealth.com/ Episode 1 of The Keto Kamp Podcast w/ Dr. Pompa About Dry Fasting: https://apple.co/2SYGTYg Episode 12 of The Keto Kamp Podcast w/ Dr. Nasha Winters:https://apple.co/2YmbyEE Dr. Thomas Seyfrieid's book 'Cancer as a Metabolic Disease': https://amzn.to/2MDpDXl Four Sigmatic Mushroom Coffee: https://amzn.to/2YH7Epe Join The Keto Kamp Inner Circle: https://www.ketokamp.com  This podcast is for information purposes only. Statements and views expressed on this podcast are not medical advice. This podcast including Ben Azadi disclaim responsibility from any possible adverse effects from the use of information contained herein. Opinions of guests are their own, and this podcast does not accept responsibility of statements made by guests. This podcast does not make any representations or warranties about guests qualifications or credibility. Individuals on this podcast may have a direct or non-direct interest in products or services referred to herein. If you think you have a medical problem, consult a licensed physician.
July 31, 2019
Dr. Benjamin Bikman breaks down the relationship between insulin and ketones. Listen to learn how insulin creates a shift from healthy brown fat, to unhealthy white fat.  Learn more about Benjamin Bikman here: hhttps://bikmanlab.byu.edu/ Benjamin Bikman Twitter: https://twitter.com/BenBikmanPhD You can watch this full lecture on the Benjamin Bikman's health lecture on the Low Carb Down Under YouTube channel: ' Dr. Benjamin Bikman - 'Insulin vs. Ketones - The Battle for Brown Fat':httphttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8t1JN0RgvO4 Check out all of future events for The Low Carb Down Under: htthttps://lowcarbdownunder.com.au/event/upcoming-events/ The Keto Kamp YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/ketokamp Grab Ben's ebook, The Keto Kickstart Guide: 4 Steps to Burning Fat Instead of Sugar, FREE at www.ketokickstartguide.com   // F O L L O W   B E N A Z A D I ▸ instagram | @thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2B1NXKW ▸ facebook | /thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2BVvvW6 ▸ twitter | @thebenazadi http://bit.ly/2USE0so ▸ email | ben@ketokamp.com
July 29, 2019
One out of every three Americans is diagnosed with cancer. So, it is very important to learn how to cope and deal with it. If you or any of your loved have ever been affected by cancer, this is going to be the episode you’re gonna want to listen. In this episode, I am joined by a world leader in cancer research and the author of The Metabolic Approach to Cancer, Dr. Nasha Winters. I’m thrilled to have Dr. Nasha on to bring us wisdom and tips in navigating the cancer terrain. Dr. Nasha Winters speaks from experience when she talks about Cancer and how to be proactive in preventing and/or combating it. Her first experience with cancer was at the age of 19. She was diagnosed with stage IV ovarian cancer and given only a few months to live. Determine to get well, she discovered the life changes that would turn it around. She immersed herself in chemistry and biology and became her own savior. Her book, The Metabolic Approach to Cancer, stems from her nearly three decades of personal and professional experience in the field of integrative oncology. Dr. Nasha is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor (ND) and a Fellow of the American Board of Naturopathic Oncology (FABNO). She is a global healthcare authority in integrative cancer research. Dr. Nasha is a sought-after speaker and consults with physicians worldwide. This episode is all about cancer and we dig deep as to why this disease is happening. Listen and learn from the stories that Dr. Nasha shares that will truly affect your heart. We also talked about skin cancer, BRCA gene, vitamin D and more. There’s so much information in this episode making it truly one for the books! In this episode, you'll discover:   [4:24] Dr. Nasha’s first experience with cancer At the age of 19, Dr. Nasha was diagnosed with stage IV ovarian cancer. She was given 3 to 6 months to live, even with treatment. She was filled with ascites, metastatic lesions, crippled in extreme pain and nausea, had infections simmering, severe malnourishment, and muscle wasting. Her doctors told her that chemo and surgery wouldn’t help her advanced cancer. The diagnosis of terminal cancer suddenly shook her awake and asked her point-blank if she wanted to live or die. It had taken countless doctors over six months to stop making assumptions and defaulting to writing scripts from A (anxiolytics) to Z (Zithromax).  Dr. Nasha was forced to explore alternative methods. Luckily, she was blessed with an ER doctor who allowed her the time to share the chronology of her symptoms and truly listen. In the last 6 months, Dr. Nasha have seen 5 girls under the age of 10 with Stage IV Ovarian cancer.  Dr. Nasha acknowledges that her past experiences of significant trauma and abuse contributed to her illness.   [17:42] What is The Gerson Therapy? The Gerson Therapy was popularized in the 1940s by Dr. Charlotte Gerson. Dr. Gerson had amazing experience of solving all kinds of oncology situations by putting people on a very vegetable-densed high potassium, low sodium chloride diet.  The key parts of the Gerson therapy are a strict diet, dietary supplements, and enemas.   [24:12] Sharing authentically is very powerful for healing the body.  The theory that changing mental state can affect the course of cancer has been popularized by authors such as Bernie Siegel and Deepak Chopra.  A support group program called Exceptional Cancer Patients (ECap) developed by Dr. Siegel found that women with breast cancer has a higher chance of survival rate when they are part of a support group. Take The ACE Quiz - According to the Adverse Childhood Experiences study, the rougher your childhood, the higher your score is likely to be and the higher your risk for later health problems.   [27:45] The Cancer Experience Having been diagnosed with cancer felt a very dirty secret for Dr. Nasha. The first person that she has told about her diagnosis then is now her husband.  The hardest thing when you are dealing with a cancer diagnosis is the well-meaning advice and wishes of the people in your circle.  You could take every perfect supplement. You could be in perfect metabolic flexibility. You can have an incredibly immaculate clean environment. But, if you are not dealing with the emotional healing within yourselves, you are not gonna get very far. You are not gonna get the outcomes you are hoping to achieve. People have to come to it when they are ready. Check out this resource from Dr. Nasha: 5 Steps to Take After a Cancer Diagnosis   [34:38] Top tools to heal your body At 16, Dr. Nasha decided to become a ‘vegetarian’.  A Chinese medical practitioner looked at her tongue and told her, “You have to eat some animal food.” TEST. ASSESS. ADDRESS. Adjust accordingly. Consistently do your labs. Do not guess. Do not compare.  Dr. Nasha advices people diagnosed with cancer to not tell everybody in the beginning. When you tell your loved ones, you deal with their reactions and you don’t get the opportunity to work on your own. [41:28] Issue with eating every two to three hours When we eat that often, we don’t give ourselves the bowel rest we need so that everything can clear up and evacuate. You have to give that window of autophagy to take out the garbage. Somewhere between 12 to 72 hours (depending on the person and situation), that’s what it’ll take to get some autophagy.  If you fast 13 hours a day and you are eating clean and relatively low carb, you will shift into some moderate autophagy.  When you are dealing with cancer, you’d want to moderate or lower your protein to avoid clicking on the mTOR pathways.  Kick-up your fats and restrict your carbohydrates to stay off the insulin growth factor aspect.  Bring in some intermittent fasting.  13 hours everyday, 16 to 18 hours twice a week, 3 days a month of fasting.  Walk towards to water fasting.  If you feel hungry, drink water. If after 15 minutes, you are still hungry, have a teaspon of coconut oil. After 15 minutes again, have a little bit of protein. If you are still hungry after that, eat a piece of fruit.  Hunger is more psychological than physical.    [47:30] Tips for people who are recovering from surgery  Understand why did we get here. We can’t completely heal and stay healed in the soil in which we got sick. Learn about The Terrain Ten, Dr. Winters’s cancer program for achieving optimal health See a prostate specialist to have a look for infectious agents.  Do some basic good laboratory assessment. Rule of thumb specific for prostate cancer only:  Avoid poultry skin and dairy. If you want dairy, take occasional heavy sour cream.  Quality is key. We don’t want extras because extras are all cancer drivers. Avoid red meat especially if you have the ACSL1.  Monitor both free and total PSA and PAP. Get a BIOCEPT prostate profile and circulating tumor cell count enumeration.   [52:36] Fasting, Keto and Skin Cancer: Myths and Facts All of us could benefit from a lower carbohydrate diet and higher plant intake diet.  Sugar drives the viral process. Melanoma is not a skin cancer. It is a systemic cancer. It is one of the cancers that the Gerson Diet does a pretty good job with.  Low carb diet to vegetarian diet Apply soap to pits and parts. Do not damage the absorption process of your skin.  Get a good bath every two weeks.  Skin tags are blood sugars. If you see skin tags, you are looking at diabetes.  [60:00] Test. Assess. Address. Dr. Nasha encourages everyone to run at least annually a complete metabolic panel (CMP),  complete blood count (CBC), neutrophil-lymphocyte ratio (NLR), and Lactic Acid Dehydrogenase (LDH) Test. Awareness is the first step. Make sure you vitamin D levels are above 50, if you are not dealing with a chronic illness. Even though an LDH test is useful in diagnosing tissue damage, other tests are usually necessary to pinpoint the location of the damage. One such test is called the LDH isoenzymes test. LDH isoenzymes are five kinds of the LDH enzyme that are found in specific concentrations in different organs and tissues.    [68:00]  What is The BRCA gene? The name “BRCA” is an abbreviation for “BReast CAncer gene.” BRCA1 and BRCA2 are two different genes that have been found to impact a person’s chances of developing breast cancer. When a BRCA gene is mutated, it may no longer be effective at repairing broken DNA and helping to prevent breast cancer. Because of this, people with a BRCA gene mutation are more likely to develop breast cancer, and more likely to develop cancer at a younger age. The carrier of the mutated gene can also pass a gene mutation down to his or her offspring.   AND MUCH MORE!   Resources from this episode:  Email me at ben@ketokamp.com Join the The Keto Kamp Inner Circle Claim my FREE Keto Kickstart Guide: www.ketokickstartguide.com Subscribe to the Keto Kamp YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/ketokamp  To know more about Dr. Nasha Winters, visit her website here. The Metabolic Approach to Cancer by Dr. Nasha Winters Quantum Healing by Deepak Chopra Childhood Disrupted by Donna Jackson Nakazawa Take The ACE Quiz BIOCEPT Some relevant resources/articles: 5 Steps to Take After a Cancer Diagnosis The Terrain Ten, Dr. Winters’s cancer program for achieving optimal health Summer Solstice and Sun Exposure Keto vs. Chemo: Bridging the Divide   This podcast is for information purposes only. Statements and views expressed on this podcast are not medical advice. This podcast including Ben Azadi disclaim responsibility from any possible adverse effects from the use of information contained herein. Opinions of guests are their own, and this podcast does not accept responsibility of statements made by guests. This podcast does not make any representations or warranties about guests qualifications or credibility. Individuals on this podcast may have a direct or non-direct interest in products or services referred to herein. If you think you have a medical problem, consult a licensed physician.   
July 26, 2019
In this episode, we’ll talk all about counting calories. Here is an overview of this episode: Why cutting calories only works short term The difference between intermittent fasting & counting calories Where the energy expenditure hypothesis came from (this will shock you) Why you cannot outsmart the human body Get my FREE Keto Kickstart Guide: www.ketokickstartguide.com  YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/ketokamp  My Favorite Keto Coffee: www.ketokampcofee.com    03:45 A story about a woman named Sandra who hired a nutritionist to help her lose weight, and this nutritionists (backward) approach of telling her to eat less and move more. This story powerfully illustrates why you cannot outsmart the human body. 08:03 Where did this energy expenditure hypothesis come from, and why are dietitians and nutritionists still promoting this? This will shock you.  08:35 Faith vs fear. Faith and fear both demand for you to believe in something you cannot see; you choose! 09:12 Food is information. What really matters are the hormonal response from calories. We are a dynamic system. At this point of the episode I give an analogy I learned from Gary Taubes 10:10 A simple example of why quality is much more important than quantity. I can give 500 calories to one person of brownies day after day. I can give the same 500 calories to another person of a kale salmon salad day after day. Will there be a difference? You bet! 10:48 A brilliant analogy from Dr. Jason Fung about proximate cause vs ultimate cause. 12:30 With calories in vs calories out, you don't have enough data. It doesn't tell you about hormones, cell membrane inflammation, mold exposure, silver fillings, and many other hidden stressors contributing to weight gain.  13:10 The difference between intermittent fasting while cutting calories, and cutting your calories while eating small portion control meals every 2-3 hours. The biggest difference here is counter regulatory hormones. Intermittent fasting is not about eating less, its about eating less often.  15:45 There's a cause of every effect. We don't lose weight to get healthy, we get healthy to lose weight. Einstein said it best, "Intellectuals solver problems. Geniuses prevent them."  16:15 A perfect example of why chasing symptoms only sets you up for longterm failure.  Claim Your FREE Keto Kickstart Guide Today: www.ketokickstartguide.com  This podcast is for information purposes only. Statements and views expressed on this podcast are not medical advice. This podcast including Ben Azadi disclaim responsibility from any possible adverse effects from the use of information contained herein. Opinions of guests are their own, and this podcast does not accept responsibility of statements made by guests. This podcast does not make any representations or warranties about guests qualifications or credibility. Individuals on this podcast may have a direct or non-direct interest in products or services referred to herein. If you think you have a medical problem, consult a licensed physician.
July 24, 2019
Mark Sisson explains why so many people are chasing ketones, instead of chasing results. Results are if you feel better, wake up with energy, focused, and many other factors. Listen to this episode to understand why a fast metabolism and high ketones should not be the goal. Learn more about Mark Sisson here: https://https://www.marksdailyapple.com/ You can watch this full lecture on the Mark Sisson's health lecture on the Natural Grocers YouTube channel: 'Mark Sisson Keto Reset Presentation':https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRxu5-BRj0E Check out all of Mark Sisson's incredible books:https://www.primalblueprint.com/collections/books  The Keto Kamp YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/ketokamp Grab Ben's ebook, The Keto Kickstart Guide: 4 Steps to Burning Fat Instead of Sugar, FREE at www.ketokickstartguide.com   // F O L L O W   B E N A Z A D I ▸ instagram | @thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2B1NXKW ▸ facebook | /thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2BVvvW6 ▸ twitter | @thebenazadi http://bit.ly/2USE0so ▸ email | ben@ketokamp.com
July 22, 2019
Today, I am joined by one of the most brilliant Chiropractors, Functional Fitness expert, and Nutritionist, specializing in Advanced Metabolic Nutrition, Dr. Don Clum. Unlike what’s known in the medical world, his approach in Diabetic Care and other metabolic syndromes such as obesity has shown remarkable results. In this episode, Dr. Clum talks about his experience in the practice of Diabetic Care and Fasting, giving focus on the important role of insulin and other hormones in our body. We’ve also talked about the fasting process and how our metabolic organs play vital roles in keeping our body healthy. He shares a few powerful messages. One of which is that “The goal of fasting is not to just get through it, but to actually have the ability to do it”. I hope you enjoy this episode as much as I do! GRAB YOUR FREE KETO KICKSTART GUIDE: WWW.KETOKICKSTARTGUIDE.COM SUBSCRIBE TO THE KETO KAMP YOUTUBE CHANNEL: WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/KETOKAMP PURCHASE THE HEALTHIEST KETO COFFEE ON THE PLANET: WWW.KETOKAMPCOFFEE.COM    During our discussion, you’ll discover: [2:24] Dr. Clum’s interesting childhood He grew up in a family of chiropractors As a teenager, he really did not want to be one until he was bribed by his father to attend a seminar and eventually enjoyed a studio night lead by a group of chiropractor students. He then went to Atlanta Georgia to take a Bachelor’s degree in Nutrition and LifeWest in California to take his Chiropractic degree. He eventually influenced his daughter to be a chiropractor too by bringing her in chiropractic seminars. Growing up, he and his siblings were raised in a healthy environment. They grew up attending college seminars as family vacations and did not use medications often.   [7:12] Dr. Clum’s life as a chiropractor in Costa Rica He gives credit to Shawn Dill who authored the law that regulates the practice of chiropractic in Costa Rica. He lived eight years in Costa Rica working with universities and olympic athletes mostly.   [10:59] Dr. Clum’s story of getting into his passion for Diabetes It started back when he was diagnosed with skin cancer back in Costa Rica. With his background in nutrition, he studied more about diet and lifestyle. He was able to heal himself with a change of diet and lifestyle. After 10 years, realizing the problem in obesity and diabetes, he opened a Wellness Center in Spain providing different programs such as weight loss, fast fitness, and metabolic syndrome programs. [14:54] Introducing his model in the medical world Dr. Warren White, an owner of a Population Health Company, partnered with him to provide his services in a larger scope of population. He had to study and research diabetes holistically to back up his own diabetes prevention program as it completely opposed the ADA Diabetes Guidelines. He fought for the recognition that the insulin-based model is the more effective approach in diabetes.   [20:31] ADA’s Diabetes Prevention Program vs. Dr. Clum’s Insulin-based Model ADA’s is a traditional model and focuses on regulating blood sugar. It is based on low fat, low calorie, small frequent meals and snacks, increasing physical activity and medication. A study showed that it does not prevent diabetes, but only postpones it. Dr. Clum’s program focuses on controlling the root cause of diabetes, the insulin. Insulin sensitivity decreases symptoms of Type II Diabetes. It also promotes weight loss – visceral and non-visceral, which is vital in treating diabetes.   [26:39] Diabetes is not irreversible, degenerative disease. Diabetes is seen in the medical world as irreversible degenerative disease and requires life-long management of blood sugar. The traditional approach treats the symptoms, but if you shift in the insulin-based model, the opportunity to reverse diabetes is possible.   [28:12] The major role of hormone Insulin in Weight loss and Diabetes According to Dr. Clum, “Weight loss in itself is pointless.” In order to treat Type II diabetes, the diabetic patient needs to lose only 1 gram of fat out of the pancreas. It resets the metabolic mechanism of the pancreas. It’s not the caloric intake; it’s the insulin that plays in weight management Since 60’s and 70’s, there are a lot of studies about weight management that revolves in the law of thermodynamics or “calories in = calories out”. However, they are not effective for everyone. It is random and never predictable. Insulin-based program in treating diabetes is more complex than calories in = calories out  Patients who already tried the traditional way of managing diabetes were advised to eat more rather than eating less to get their metabolism to a certain point before the fasting.   [36:30] The concept of fed and lean state In a constant fed state, the insulin is up all the time. Eating is any time our body consumes calories. An average American is in a constant fed state, eating about 17-23 times a day. When you fast, your body becomes in a lean state. When you fast, your body starts to repair damaged cells in your body. Damaged cells are getting rid of or reused as energy.   [41:15] Dr. Clum’s 30-day of fasting His fasting started from 3 days and gradually progressed into 30 days. He did not experience hunger and cravings. He experienced fat and muscle loss, losing about 20 pounds.   [44:30] Negative connotations in fasting – muscle wasting and not getting through it There’s no need to be afraid of muscle wasting as muscle comes back and recovers, as seen in athletes as well. The goal of fasting is not to just get through it, but to have the ability to do it. If you train and prepare physically and mentally, you can do it.   [47:48] How much of an impact has eating high healthy fat, low carb diet been for his patients, especially diabetic patients? Keto diet is commonly used to control snacking. He has seen keto diet to be effective in losing 60 pounds in 8 weeks. Healthy liver and pancreas is vital in order to get the health benefits of the keto diet.   [51:48] Skin as a metabolic organ The skin makes 50% of men’s testosterone. In women, it makes up 75% of their estrogen and in menopause, it makes 100% Your skin has a huge role in cancer and insulin resistance.   [53:15] Vitamin D can be an indicator in detecting insulin resistance. Vitamin D and Insulin resistance has an inverse relationship.  When your Vitamin D is low, you are insulin resistant.   [55:24] Dr. Clum’s current projects Online 12-hour medical education course Insulin Resistance Program: A True Metabolic Reset This program is designed to RESET the metabolism to a better hormonal balance and convert the body to become and efficient fat burning machine. Rebranded website: http://yourwellnesstribe.com   AND MUCH MORE!   Resources from this episode:  Visit  Dr. Clum’s Facebook Page and Youtube Channel Dr. Don Clum, Author at Your Wellness Tribe Insulin Resistance Program: A True Metabolic Reset Some relevant article and podcast by Dr. Clum: Dr Don Clum – Healthy Weightloss and Revesring & Preventing Type 2 Diabetes 111 Fasting Tips with Dr. Don Clum – Cellular Healing TV Episode 111   This podcast is for information purposes only. Statements and views expressed on this podcast are not medical advice. This podcast including Ben Azadi disclaim responsibility from any possible adverse effects from the use of information contained herein. Opinions of guests are their own, and this podcast does not accept responsibility of statements made by guests. This podcast does not make any representations or warranties about guests qualifications or credibility. Individuals on this podcast may have a direct or non-direct interest in products or services referred to herein. If you think you have a medical problem, consult a licensed physician.
July 19, 2019
In this episode, we’ll talk all about cholesterol and the ketogenic diet. Here is an overview of this episode: How to assess your cholesterol panel Why total cholesterol and LDL isn't enough data The exact tests and optimal ranges to request from your doctor The cholesterol myth Get my FREE Keto Kickstart Guide: www.ketokickstartguide.com  YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/ketokamp  My Favorite Keto Coffee: www.ketokampcofee.com  02:40 Why its important to seen council, not opinion. When you are looking for advice to improve your life, be very selective about who you choose to listen to.  03:58 The importance of cholesterol. Did you know more people die from normal to low cholesterol, than with high cholesterol?  04:50 Understanding LDL cholesterol. Cholesterol cannot freely move through the body, it needs to be carried in particles. LDL is the particle its carried in.  06:40 The most accurate test for assessing your cholesterol panel: the NMR test with Insulin Resistance. Request this from your doctor! 07:45 Why its important to eat high quality cholesterol. 25% of the total cholesterol found in the body is found in the brain, which is 60% fat! Our cell membrane is made up of cholesterol and fat. 08:17 Where did this myth surrounding the dangers of cholesterol come from?  09:49 How dirty keto can increase your risk of heart disease. 10:10 The tests to requests from your doctor, and the optimal ranges to look for on those tests. 12:40 The flaws in the original studies that showed saturated fats to be dangerous for our health; taken from Nina Teicholz.  15:10 The review of the day! Resources from this episode: The Big Fat Surprise by Nina Teicholz: https://amzn.to/2Y1u544 Cholesterol Clarity by Jimmy More & Dr. Westman: https://amzn.to/2XSxcQE Email Ben at ben@ketokamp.com Join the Keto Kamp Inner Circle: www.ketokampinnercircle.com  This podcast is for information purposes only. Statements and views expressed on this podcast are not medical advice. This podcast including Ben Azadi disclaim responsibility from any possible adverse effects from the use of information contained herein. Opinions of guests are their own, and this podcast does not accept responsibility of statements made by guests. This podcast does not make any representations or warranties about guests qualifications or credibility. Individuals on this podcast may have a direct or non-direct interest in products or services referred to herein. If you think you have a medical problem, consult a licensed physician.
July 17, 2019
Dr. Eric Berg explains why there's no such thing as healthy snacking. Listen to this episode to understand the role between "healthy" snacking, glucose, insulin and aging.  Learn more about Dr. Eric Berg here: https://www.drberg.com/ You can watch this full lecture on the Dr. Berg's amazing YouTube channel: 'Overlooked Dangers of High Levels of Insulin: Dr. Berg's Keto Summit Presentation': https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tIuj-oMN-Fk Purchase tickets to Dr. Berg's Keto Summit taking place August 31st and September 1st, 2019: https://keto-summit.drberg.com/ The Keto Kamp Podcast is hosted by Ben Azadi of www.youtube.com/ketokamp Grab Ben's ebook, The Keto Kickstart Guide: 4 Steps to Burning Fat Instead of Sugar, FREE at www.ketokickstartguide.com
July 15, 2019
Today, I am lucky to have here with me a profound and highly-driven keto advocate from the medical field, Dr. Ken Berry. In this episode we cover the following: - Diabetes & The Ketogenic Diet - Why Most Medical Doctors Are Following Outdated Paradigms - The Proper Human Diet - The Dangers of Industrial Seed Oils - And Much More! Get the Keto Kickstart Guide for FREE: www.ketokickstartguide.com Keto Kamp YouTube Channel www.youtube.com/ketokamp
July 12, 2019
In this episode, we’ll dig deep into the vegetarian and ketogenic diet, notes from Dr. Will Cole’s book Ketotarian, discover plant based foods that help detoxify, and more. Overview of this episode: • Plant based foods ketogenic foods that help detoxify the body • The negative health effects of a longterm vegan diet • Why the conventional medical system is rigged • And so much more  Get my FREE Keto Kickstart Guide: www.ketokickstartguide.com  YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/
July 10, 2019
Dr. Jason Fung explains why eating less and moving more fails almost every single time. Dr. Fung's IDM program here: https://idmprogram.com/  Watch this full lecture on the Low Carb Down Under YouTube channel: Dr. Jason Fung - 'Therapeutic Fasting - Solving the Two-Compartment Problem' http://bit.ly/32hJGjA Hosted by Ben Azadi of www.youtube.com/ketokamp. Grab Ben's ebook, The Keto Kickstart Guide: 4 Steps to Burning Fat Instead of Sugar, FREE at www.ketokickstartguide.com
July 7, 2019
I interview top functional medicine practitioner Dr. Will Cole,. Author of Ketotarian® and was named one of the top 50 functional-medicine doctors in the nation, and is a health expert for the world’s largest wellness brands such as Mindbodygreen and Goop. We cover: - Functional medicine and emphasizes the importance of our relationship with our body and food - Transitioning from vegetarian to ketotarian, - Why conventional medicine fails Learn more about Dr. Will Cole: https://drwillcole.c
July 5, 2019
Discover the top reasons why you might be struggling with the Keto Diet and intermittent fasting, and provide you with solutions to maximize your results. - The 3 biggest sources of inflammation, leading to poor keto and fasting results - What to do if you have silver amalgam fillings - What is maximum autophagy, and how to achieve it by looking and glucose/ketone measurements - Why most detoxes fail - What to do if you've been exposed to heavy metals
June 29, 2019
We cover many facets of the fasting and toxicity that are contributing to disease, and Dr. Pompa gives it to us straight: - There's 3 big stressors contributing to disease in our society. - How the keto diet heals the body. - Why antibiotics are killing more people than they are helping. - The 3 supplements he has all of his new patients stop taking. - The amazing tumor shrinking benefits of autophagy via fasting - Details on dry fasting vs water fasting. And much more!
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