Archive for the ‘Interviews’ Category

World Renowned Low Carb Doctor Tells How He Got Started

By Doug Reynolds on May 31, 2018

Dr. Peter Bruckner is a world renowned physician with a thriving sports medicine practice in Melbourne, Australia.  He has served as team doctor and Head of the Sports Medicine Department for many international teams including Australia’s Olympic team and their national cricket team as well as the Liverpool Football Club in England.  It was whilst […]

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The Emotional Cost Of Standing Up For The Truth

By Doug Reynolds on May 9, 2018

We talked previously with Dr. Gary Fettke about his amazing success in advising a low carb diet for diabetes to help address their complications and avoid surgery and then we addressed the fallout he has experienced from providing this advice.  Now we talk with his wife Belinda about the emotional toll this persecution has taken on him […]

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Ben Davis Story – Third Ultra Race

By Doug Reynolds on April 11, 2018

Editor’s Note:  Currently, Ben is trying to share his experiences with all the veterans out there to show that the Keto Diet can be used to aid recovery from PTSD as well as managing the chronic pain from injuries sustained during their service.  In an effort to shine a light on his efforts and share […]

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Zero Carb Diet Experiment: Going Carnivore

By Doug Reynolds on April 3, 2018

Steve and Melody Barons run a Keto coaching, training and support site called Tactical Kitchen.  Having been asked a few times about the concept of a Zero Carb Diet by members of their group, they felt that the only way they could give a meaningful answer was to have actually tried it.  An initial 30 […]

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Remove Controlling Food and Take Back Control

By Doug Reynolds on March 7, 2018

Jess Dudley successfully lost 85 lbs on the ketogenic diet but found that she would slip.  Until, that is, she was able to remove controlling food from her life. After that she took control back and now teaches others how to do it. More than that her main focus is to coach people on creating […]

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Ben Davis Story – Second Ultra Race

By Doug Reynolds on March 1, 2018

Editor’s Note:  Currently, Ben is trying to share his experiences with all the veterans out there to show that the Keto Diet can be used to aid recovery from PTSD as well as managing the chronic pain from injuries sustained during their service.  In an effort to shine a light on his efforts and share […]

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Keto For CrossFit

By Doug Reynolds on February 15, 2018

For her Master’s Degree thesis in Nutrition and Exercise Physiology at James Madison University, Rachel Gregory decided to study the use of Keto For CrossFit athletes.  She also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Medicine from the University of Miami and she is a Board-Certified Nutrition Specialist, Athletic Trainer and Strength and Conditioning Coach.  Rachel is […]

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Driving Down the Cost of Blood Ketone Test Strips

By Doug Reynolds on February 2, 2018

I finally got a chance to chat to Dorian Greenow from Keto Mojo about his passion for driving down the price of Ketone Test Strips.  The prices of his FDA Approved Blood Test Strips for measuring Ketone Levels and Glucose Levels are unbeatable.  I had to understand where his drive comes from that has him working […]

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Ben Davis Story – First Ultra Race

By Doug Reynolds on January 30, 2018

[Editor’s Note:  Currently, Ben is trying to share his experiences with all the veterans out there to show that the Keto Diet can be used to aid recovery from PTSD as well as managing the chronic pain from injuries sustained during their service.  In an effort to shine a light on his efforts and share […]

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Are Ketone Breath Measurements Better Than Blood?

By Doug Reynolds on December 29, 2017

People are always looking for a simple way to test their ketones.  Now LEVL has a new ketone breath monitor that allows you to test your ketones with a comfortable breath. Why would someone choose to measure ketosis using exhaled breath (acetone) instead of urine (acetoacetate) or beta-hydroxybutyrate (BOHB) in the blood? Breath is easy […]

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Treating Obesity And Diabetes with Fasting

By Doug Reynolds on December 26, 2017

“How can I advise my patients on their obesity issues if I can’t even keep my own weight under control?”  That was the primary question on the mind of Dr. Brian Lenzkes, an Internal Medicine Doctor based in San Diego, as 2017 started to take shape.   Then he discovered Ketosis and experienced huge success.  Since our […]

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LCHF For Chronic Pain?

By Doug Reynolds on December 19, 2017

About 17 years ago, Tyler Ritchey was hit by a car doing 80 miles/hour.  He lost his left leg and has had over 90 surgeries since then. Now he talks about how he is using LCHF for chronic pain.  The Ketogenic Diet has given him relief after 17 years of suffering. He was on the […]

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Methane Emissions from Cows: Ecological threat or not?

By Doug Reynolds on December 12, 2017

As you dig deeper it becomes apparent that the data presented on the ecological threat of this issue is taken totally out of context and that the cries about methane emissions from ruminant animals are nothing more than systematic scaremongering by those pushing their plant-based-diet agenda.  They look only at the emission data without balancing […]

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Are YOU Addicted To Sugar?

By Doug Reynolds on November 17, 2017

What’s the first thing you need to do if you are going to adopt a Ketogenic or Low Carb Diet?  Ditch The Carbs!!  To be a bit more specific, you need to ditch the sugar first.  Then you can set about removing the rest of the unwanted carbohydrates from your diet.  But Sugar Addiction is […]

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