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NADIR ALI f” | POOR METABOLISM? Go low carb & low animal fat; high animal protein
presents episode 1091 | Dr Nadir Ali
Low Carb Denver podcast

Intermittent fasting on muscle, liver, brain mitochondria…
Biochemical signals improve
-mitophagy; fusion; fission; biogenesis
-liver fat down
-exercise strength up
-brain function up
[BDNF up] so:
-synaptic plasticity
-neuronal survival

Need to pay attention: how to rewire hedonic dopamine system…
-we can learn to eat less while overwhelmed with abundant food
-overcome food addiction
-re-establish real pleasure from eating real food

Use intermittent fasting & real exercise to
-drive up fat oxidation & improve mitochondrial function
-reduce IR & improve autophagy
So, for someone suffering from metabolic stresses here…
focus just on low
carb & high fat?
NO. Focus first on:
-exercise & fasting
-low carb & low fat
Perhaps protein
sparing modified diet


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