ANTHONY CHAFFEE h | BRAIN: 70% FAT prefers KETONES over glucose CHILDREN: MUST USE THEM!
presents episode 970 | Dr Anthony Chaffee
Anthony Chaffee MD podcast
-enzyme lactase put into milk
-breaks the disaccharide bond
-glucose & galactose bonded together
-some cannot break this bond…
-goes into colon where bacteria breaks it
-causing gas and bloating
-those with lactose-intolerance experience
Lactose-free breaks the bond, so now
have free floating glucose & galactose…
-still getting carbs
-for a carnivore, having milk once in a
while is o. k.
-but, don’t drink a bunch
-will raise insulin level
-kick out of ketosis
“You don’t want high blood sugar;
carbs are a toxin causing damage to body
and your body responds by raising insulin
Babies stay in ketosis while drinking
-much easier for kids to be in ketosis
-on formula? loaded with carbs, seed oils
Adults: 24 hours to get into ketosis
-another 24 for deep ketosis
Vital for kids to be in ketosis:
-brain is developing quickly
-must have ketones for brain growth
[some say ‘brain needs glucose’] NONSENSE: ketones are PREFERRED
FUEL FOR BRAIN
Brain Prefers Ketones for fuel…
-if high blood sugar & low ketones:
-brain uses KETONES FIRST
-then fills in with glucose
AS KETONES RISE, BRAIN USES IT ALL
-eventually using NO GLUCOSE
-no matter how high blood sugar is!
THIS SHOWS PREFERENCE
-ketones, from fatty acids, pass thru
blood-brain barrier, reconstitute as
fatty acids: make up structures of brain
When you child is trying to put on mass to
BUILD HIS or HER BRAIN
-70% of brain is F A T
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