BEN BIKMAN d | Protein unsafe? with carbs [unnatural] will spike insulin; with fat: will NOT
presents episode 974 | Dr Ben Bikman
Anthony Chaffee MD podcast
“When I first became engaged with low
-My lab was studying ketones’ effect on fat
-Low Carb Breckenridge contacted me
-my first exposure to keto community
-they had a fear of protein
-drinking MCT oil, adding butter…
Original ketogenic diets used to treat
epilepsy [ultra high fat, low protein, no carb] -patients had to be in STRICT KETOSIS
Insulin might increase in presence of protein…
-this would drop ketone production
Next time I spoke to same group:
-this was my assigned topic!
NO NEED TO FEAR SMALL RISE IN
INSULIN–if you are low carb, why?
-at SAME TIME:
-glucagon will rise as much or MORE
“If eat protein & carbs [never in nature!] You will get BIG INCREASE INSULIN”
Protein & carbs are NOT SUPPOSED TO
-if eat protein & fat
[animal protein & animal fat as in nature] -with the modest insulin increase, there
-is equal or greater glucagon increase
GLUCAGON PROMOTES KETOGENESIS
For average individual focusing on health:
-no reason to fear protein
-but DON’T EAT PROTEIN with CARBS
Original Youtube: https://youtu.be/zj6m-17lt-w
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