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BEN BIKMAN 4 | CALORIES on metabolism: high carb: slows low carb: speeds net: 300 calories/day

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presents episode 1011 | Dr Ben Bikman
TheKetoNutritionist podcast

Sub-clinical inflammation…
-starts in fat cells
2 ways to get fat
1-hyperplasia: cells multiply, stay small
[women, blacks, caucasians mostly] 2-hypertrophy: cells get larger in size
[most people, men…] “fat cell can grow 20x in size;
pushed further from capillaries;
harder to get oxygen;
releases pro-inflammatory proteins
increases blood flow

So, suffocating fat cells are belching
out pro-inflammatory cytokines
[C-Reactive Protein is one] -trying to increase blood flow
THIS INCREASES INFLAMMATION
THROUGHOUT BODY
When get to muscle cell:
-directly cause insulin resistance [IR] INFLAMMATION is 1 direct cause of IR

Fat tissue is an aggressively active
endocrine organ…
-secreting many protein & hormones
into blood all the time
David Ludwig, Harvard, papers:
-give people 2 isocaloric meals
-exact same calories
-monitor their calorie expenditure
high carb: SLOWED METABOLIC RATE
low carb: HIGHER METABOLIC RATE
Difference? 300 calories a day

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