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Tim Ferriss: What Ketosis Does To Your Brain, Why He’s Not Doing Crossfit, And How To “evaluate” Your Husband

Tim Ferriss, the bestselling author of The 4-Hour Workweek, The 4-Hour Body, and The 4-Hour Chef returns to Fat-Burning Man this week (click here to listen to his first appearance on FBM where we talk about eating crickets and more). The New York Times calls him “A cross between Jack Welch and a Buddhist monk,” and Wired Magazine says he’s “The Superman of Silicon Valley.” Not too shabby, Tim. Tim’s got a new show in the works, including the launch of a new TV series that’s a sort of combination of Jackass, Mythbusters, and A Beautiful Mind. Before we get to the show, here’s the review of the week for my new book, The Wild Diet. 5 STARS— More than recipes…By Michael Wesselson April 13, 2015 I bought this book after listening to Abel’s “Fat-Burning Man” podcast for months. Abel takes a practical and positive approach to eating well and exercise. I have lost 3 inches in my waist from following his simple plan for 3 months. I look better and feel fantastic. I decided to buy “The Wild Diet” book so I could explore new and different recipes and still stay true to my new way of eating. There is a lot more than recipes in this book and I enjoyed having extra Continue reading >>

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Popular Questions

  1. Rhapsody

    Why does citric acid knock some people out of ketosis???
    Does it have anything to do with the KREB cycle?

  2. Sheesh

    Citric acid plays a key part in the Kreb Cycle (aka the "Citric Acid Cycle"), simply because it the 6-carbon molecule that pretty much starts the cycle is indeed Citric Acid (acetyl-coa combines with oxaloacetate to form the citric acid, and this is the first step of the cycle).
    But, no, it's not going to knock you out of ketosis.

  3. spike1205

    Sheesh--from what ive read (or atleast rememebr) citric acid does/can knock you out of ketosis. I dont know the research on it and tend to believe it is more likely other ingredients in foods containing citric acid (ie aspartame in diet sodas) but i have read repeatedly that citric acid does and can --Rhaps--i sont have a clue how

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