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Hunters in the Snow (Winter) by Pieter Bruegel the Elder

Jim McCarter, MD and Ph.D., is an expert on the ketogenic diet, particularly its effectiveness for treating and reversing Type 2 diabetes (T2D). McCarter’s research into the health-related effects of corn syrup and sugar led to his discovery of many misconceptions he had “dating back to medical school.” During this presentation, McCarter focuses on correcting some of these misconceptions about nutrition and metabolic health. He outlines the benefits of ketosis and equips listeners to address 40 common myths about the ketogenic diet.

Watch Dr. Jim McCarter: The Top Myths About Ketosis Debunked by Clinical Trials

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Manojkumar Kumbhar
January 18th, 2020 at 9:49 am
Commented on: Dr. Jim McCarter: The Top Myths About Ketosis Debunked by Clinical Trials

It was very pleasant talk by Dr.Jim Mccarter and he has hihlighted many of the myths about keto .As mentioned ,its myth that keto will deplete muscle glycogen and As explained by Dr.Jim Mccarter that trials has shown no change in muscle glycogen .But that trials was on ultra mrathon or runners (long distance athletes)where predominat energy source is fats . Whats will be in case of explosive athletes ? or who trains under ATP/CP will have same effect?

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Olivia Leonard
December 30th, 2019 at 1:26 am
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Several poets have considered this striking Brueghel painting in ekphrastic poems, as linked here. It’s cool to compare their various interpretations alongside the painting itself.

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Brian Mulvaney
December 27th, 2019 at 1:59 pm
Commented on: Dr. Jim McCarter: The Top Myths About Ketosis Debunked by Clinical Trials

It was truly a pleasure to be present for this talk. Jim McCarter has a light touch and a DEEP command of the facts. No keto myth survives contact with this investigator.

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