Dr. Berg’s Meal Replacement Shake with MCTs – FAT BURNING

Dr. Berg created an amazing fat burning meal replacement shake to combine healthy with delicious. The ultimate fat burning shake would have moderate protein, higher amounts of healthy fats and no sugar.    It is Ketogenic friendly.\

What is MCTs?

What are MCTs?

Medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs) are healthy fats that are burned by the body for energy, or ‘fuel’, instead of being stored as fat.* These MCTs are sourced from coconut oil. MCTs can turn into ketones, which provide an alternative fuel source for greater fat burning potential.

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Insulin Does More than Lowering Blood Sugar

Insulin is necessary, but too much Insulin due to high amounts of sugar and carbs leads to Insulin Resistance and eventually to diabetes if not addressed properly.  There is good evidence that high amounts of insulin in the blood leads to coronary heart disease, high blood pressure, and many other problems.

Cutting down on insulin by eating fats, protein and veggies will not only cut so much insulin in the blood stream but will also get insulin resistant cells to be insulin sensitive – a good thing.

There is a lot written about this.   Most often the Ketogenic Diet is considered a way to lose weight – but so much more.  The theory you don’t get healthy by losing weight, you get Healthy to Lose Weight.

But even if you aren’t overweight, building health is a good thing.

Read more about Insulin Resistance

Find Insulin does more than Lower Blood Glucose

 

Dental Health – What does it mean?

Have you been given scary words to get you to come every 6 months to have your teeth scraped (“cleaned” or to fight back any “decay” by having holes drilled in your teeth and filled with foreign material. Well, there really is no other way to fight tooth loss and pain, right?

Right?

Start by finding out what those terms mean and then look at what can be done for Dental Health, not Dental Disease Care.

Read: Bleeding Gums, Receding Gums and Loose Teeth Why it happens and what you can do about it?

Irritable Bowel Syndrome – What is it, What to do about it

It is an intestinal disorder.

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) affects the large intestine. Signs and symptoms include cramping, abdominal pain, bloating, gas, and diarrhea or constipation, or both.

Only a small number of people have severe signs and symptoms.

Most people with IBS experience times when the symptoms are worse and times when they improve or even disappear completely.

What are the TIPS to relieving this problem   IBS TIPS