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Ketosis In An Evolutionary Context

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Subscribe to the podcast at http://stemtalk.us Full show notes are available at http://ihmc.us/stemtalk/episode-27/ For fitness and Paleo Diet aficionadosand perhaps regular STEM-talk listenersRobb Wolf is the type of esteemed guest who needs no introduction. Many people already know him by his best-selling book, The Paleo Solution: The Original Human Diet, (http://amzn.to/2gB6N4c) or his top-ranked podcast by that same name. (http://robbwolf.com/podcast/) But what some people may not know is that Wolf also started the worlds first cross-fit affiliate gym; that hes raising his young daughters on a paleo dietwhich may account for their mouths having a similar phenotypical expression as hunters and gatherers; and that nicotineyes, nicotinecan actually be good for you (just not delivered by cigarette) in some contexts. STEM-Talk Host Dawn Kernagis and IHMC Founder Ken Ford talk to Wolf about these and other fascinating insights in this episode. Wolf hailed from a relatively unhealthy family, which pushed him towards discovering good health on his own terms. A keen interest and aptitude in science (he was a biochemistry major at California State University-Chico) set Wolf on the path o

Episode 27: Robb Wolf Discusses The Paleo Diet, Ketosis, Exercise, Nicotine … And Much More!

For fitness and Paleo Diet aficionados—and perhaps regular STEM-talk listeners—Robb Wolf is the type of esteemed guest who needs no introduction. Many people already know him by his best-selling book, “The Paleo Solution: The Original Human Diet,” (or his top-ranked podcast by that same name. (But what some people may not know is that Wolf also started the world’s first cross-fit affiliate gym; that he’s raising his young daughters on a paleo diet—which may account for their mouths having a similar phenotypical expression as hunters and gatherers; and that nicotine—yes, nicotine—can actually be good for you (just not delivered by cigarette) in some contexts. STEM-Talk Host Dawn Kernagis and IHMC Founder Ken Ford talk to Wolf about these and other fascinating insights in this episode. Wolf hailed from a relatively unhealthy family, which pushed him towards discovering good health on his own terms. A keen interest and aptitude in science (he was a biochemistry major at California State University-Chico) set Wolf on the path of evolutionary medicine. He began thinking seriously about pre-agricultural diets in response to his mother’s poor reaction to her consumptio Continue reading >>

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  1. Naonin

    http://caloriesproper.com/?p=5078
    Humans are unique in their remarkable ability to enter ketosis. They’re also situated near the top of the food chain. Coincidence?
    During starvation, humans rapidly enter ketosis; they do this better than king penguins, and bears don’t do it at all.
    Starvation ketosis
    Humans maintain a high level of functionality during starvation. We can still hunt & plan; some would even argue it’s a more finely tuned state, cognitively. And that’s important, because if we became progressively weaker and slower, chances of acquiring food would rapidly decline.
    Perhaps this is why fasting bears just sleep most of the time: no ketones = no bueno..?
    Observation: chronic ketosis is relatively rare in nature. Angelo Coppola interpreted that to mean animals may have evolved a protective mechanism against ketosis (if you were following along, please let me know if this is a misrepresentation).
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    Fasting baby elephant seals get ketotic, because their babies
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Breastfeeding is very important for your kid and so is weaning off. Its a science and so this is my tried and tested method to weaning off your kid. These steps will begin when your kid is 9 months old and end at about 20-22 months. Following are some of the sites that helped me. http://www.parents.com/baby/breastfee... http://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lif... Videos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nzj2T... Hope it helps and if you have any questions please leave them down below! xoxo Supermom Mitali

Optimal Weaning From An Evolutionary Perspective:

The evolution of our brains, meat eating, and a reliance on ketogenic metabolism I recently had the privilege of presenting a talk, with the same title as this post, at the Ancestral Health Symposium. I am posting the video here, with a transcript, some references, and related material. This is what I said for each slide, with comments / clarifications in square brackets. Times are approximate. Optimal Weaning from an Evolutionary Perspective 0:00 My talk is called Optimal Weaning from an Evolutionary Perspective and I'd like to break down that title a little bit. 'Optimal' implies best for something, and here that something is going to be brain development. The word 'weaning' can also benefit from clarification, because we often use it to mean the end of breastfeeding, but I use the convention meaning the beginning of the end, with the introduction of first foods. For 'evolutionary perspective', I just want to point out that what we know about our past can inform our understanding of physiology, but our physiology can also constrain the possibilities of the past. Overview 0:36 I've concluded that weaning infants onto an animal based diet best meets their nutritional needs, and the Continue reading >>

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  1. Naonin

    http://caloriesproper.com/?p=5078
    Humans are unique in their remarkable ability to enter ketosis. They’re also situated near the top of the food chain. Coincidence?
    During starvation, humans rapidly enter ketosis; they do this better than king penguins, and bears don’t do it at all.
    Starvation ketosis
    Humans maintain a high level of functionality during starvation. We can still hunt & plan; some would even argue it’s a more finely tuned state, cognitively. And that’s important, because if we became progressively weaker and slower, chances of acquiring food would rapidly decline.
    Perhaps this is why fasting bears just sleep most of the time: no ketones = no bueno..?
    Observation: chronic ketosis is relatively rare in nature. Angelo Coppola interpreted that to mean animals may have evolved a protective mechanism against ketosis (if you were following along, please let me know if this is a misrepresentation).
    More in link.

  2. Naonin

    Fasting baby elephant seals get ketotic, because their babies
    :|

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Nutritional Ketosis In Animals

Nutritional Ketosis In Animals - Ketosis | ketosis? | nutritional ketosis, Ketosis is a metabolic condition often caused by carbohydrate restriction and starvation. it should not be confused with ketoacidosis which may be harmful. Ketosis - wikipedia, Ketosis is a metabolic state in which some of the body's energy supply comes from ketone bodies in the blood, in contrast to a state of glycolysis in which blood. Is ketosis dangerous? - eating academy, You may have heard from your doctor that ketosis is a life-threatening condition. if so, your doctor is confusing diabetic ketoacidosis (dka) with nutritional ketosis. Ketosis | eat meat. drink water., I was beginning to think it was just me! after the first 2 weeks of starting nutritional ketosis i was in the “zone” – blood ketone scores of over 2.4.. What ketogenic paleo diet ? - paleoplan, I’ve had a similar experience to what daytona describes above. i’ve been in nutritional ketosis since early july and typically eat about 35 g carbohydrate each day.. Ketosis fundamentals | hvmn library, Ketosis is the physiological state where the concentration of ketone bodies in the blood is higher than normal. this is generally agreed Continue reading >>

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    Hello All,
    I started Keto 4 weeks back and I am 5’9 with the initial weight of 219.6lbs. Using Keto calculator I started with macros as <20g Carbs, 80g Protein and 158g Fat. I have been keeping a close eye using my fitness pal and am hitting my macros continuously (sometimes fat go up to 170g) and have so far lost 13lbs.
    I do not have food cravings seeing bread, rice, chapati (which was unthinkable for me sometime back) but I still have hunger pans once in a while, mostly it feels like its for salty food. I do take some pink himalayan salt on my tongue once in a while to crave those hunger pans.
    I have read around but not sure when is time for me to start lowering down on Fats or do IF while on Keto. Should I continue this path although the weight loss is not happening for last 1 week. I feel good in general so not worried about weight loss specifically, but more confused on what should be my next steps

    BTW, this forum and the community is absolutely magnificent

  2. PaulL

    As long as you are keeping your carbs under 20g and your protein around 80g, let your body tell you how much fat to eat; in other words, add fat to your meal until you are no longer hungry and don’t get cravings between meals. Given the amounts you listed, you are eating 1822 calories a day, which is definitely not excessive. Some days you may want a little more fat, other days not so much. Just listen to your body and let it tell you the right amount to eat. Once it is assured of enough energy, it will start burning off stored fat, instead of hanging on to it. But give yourself at least several months on keto, because it can take time to become fully fat-adapted.

    As for the salt, the carbohydrate you were eating was making you retain water, and your body was storing salt in order to balance out your electrolytes. Now that you are not eating any carbohydrate to speak of, all that water has been flushed from your system, and your kidneys are excreting salt at a higher rate, so you need to pay attention to getting enough salt—and potassium and magnesium as well. (And you are right; salt on the tongue does help with calming hunger pangs.) Not only that, but recent research has been revealing that the daily recommended salt intake is ridiculously low. It seems that the “science” telling us that salt is bad for us is of the same quality as the “science” telling us to avoid fat!

  3. Shortstuff

    No need to ever lower it, just eat according to your appetite. So really just keep doing what you’re doing.

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