Dr Ken Berry is a a Family Physician from Tennessee. He has 20 years of clinical experience with direct patient care in the ER, OR, L&D, and in the Clinic. Dr Berry is the author of LIES MY DOCTOR TOLD ME, and lectures around the world on the ketogenic diet.
Dr Berry lives in Nashville, TN, with his wife Neisha. He is currently working on YouTube videos and 3 more books, and Neisha is working on growing a human! Dr. Berry’s YouTube Channel has 738,000 subscribers and has had over 34 million views. He joins us today to discuss the Keto Diet and the most recent research on nutritional health.
Today we discuss exactly what a keto diet is and more importantly what it is not. We discuss why it is a safe way to eat and likely the way most humans ate until agriculture became a global constant.
We also dispel many myths about Keto Diets such as that Keto isn’t good for kids, that Keto is the same as Atkins and is just high protein repackaged. We also discuss variations of the Keto Diet such as carnivore, getting past plateaus and more. We also have a spirited, friendly and yet to be settled debate on the question “do calories matter?”.
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