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Seriously? I thought someone did. If by the weekend it isn't on here, then I'll go ahead and get it and upload it
Although the health impact of a high fat diet is not that terrible.
And your body is capable of handling ridiculous amounts of proteins. Unless some very specific conditions.
I'd worry more about refined carbs.
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Foolproof No-Fail Guide to Flexible Fat Loss eBook - from the HLHL blog
Off the Floor
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Does anyone have The Bulletproof Diet book by Dave Asprey?
Thanks but the link is broken
Already have these pdfs but thank you anyway! Looking for final and complete version
Thanks for the response.
Yes, proteins are fine, I agree. But if I understood correctly, most keto-diets revolve around fats.
The paper you've cited shows that replacing saturated fats with unsaturated in one's diet results in a significant decrease in cardiovascular events (stroke, heart attack, etc.), which is expected. But it doesn't compare it to reducing the amount of total fat consumption (due to the research needing to be longer). The people didn't have a high-fat diet (or at least, it's not specified). There are two possibilities: 1- The only bad kind of fat is the saturated type, 2- People would benefit from reducing unsaturated fat as well. I'm leaning towards the latter, but this is only my opinion.
Refined carbs are certainly pretty bad, the reason being the fact that they play havoc with your blood sugar and leave you more prone to insulin resistance and diabetes - not to mention the hunger pangs you get after your blood sugar plummets. But you can get around that by not taking excessive sugar, white grain bread, and that kind of thing. Whole wheat/mixed-grain bread/pasta is a pretty good source. So are leafy vegetables (which also fibrous carbs as well). Fruits aren't that bad, though fructose is stored as fat if not utilized immediately, although this is an acceptable trade-off considering the amount of vitamins and other micronutrients you get from fruits (unless you are like me and end up eating a kilo of tangerines).
I also considered a long-term and short-term keto-diet. The diet, as some of you may know, is also used by infant epileptics to decrease the frequency of seizures (how that functions, nobody knows). This is a long-term diet (2 years), and of course, as the child is also growing during this period, it is done under a dietitian's supervision, with Vit D, iron, and calcium supplements; routine blood and urine controls. And even then, there is a risk of stunted growth, high cholesterol, kidney stones, and bone deformations.
On the short term, however... I'm not sure. If one really is keen on the keto diet, I guess it could be done. But I don't think it should go on longer than 2 months. I also don't think it should be done in clinically obese people (BMI>29.9) or people with already high cholesterol. Though I do think it could be a nice way to rapidly lose that 2 kg.s before the swimsuit season comes.