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After his mother’s death and a warning from his doctor, Dave knew he had no choice but to get healthy. How Dave Lost 238 Pounds by Ditching Traditional Diets chevron_left PREV: Dark Chocolate Almond Bark. How Dave Lost 238 Pounds by Ditching Traditional Diets | Inspiration | MyFitnessPal Posted on February 1, 2020 by Franco No Comments A cancer diagnosis is a devastating moment for anyone, and when it happens to someone you love, the effects can be far-reaching. In one year, I lost 62 pounds, a journey I write about in my new book: “The Shift.” It’s not a diet book, just my story of how I set about to lose weight once and for all – and did.

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Write a review. Jun 26, 2017 Celia rated it really liked it. David rated it really liked it Feb 04, 2014. Alexis Roizen rated it really liked it Nov 20, 2017. By ditching traditional “diet” thinking, Asprey has maintained a 100-pound weight loss, increased his IQ, and reached a level of health that seemed unattainable.

His 40s are truly better than his 20s, and The Bulletproof Diet brings his best hacks to the masses. In doing so, you’ll gain energy, build lean muscle, and watch the pounds melt off. By ditching traditional “diet” thinking, Asprey went from being overweight and sick in his twenties to maintaining a 100-pound weight loss, increasing his IQ, and feeling better than ever in his forties. The Bulletproof Diet is your blueprint to a better life.

Over the past six months, I’ve lost about 35 pounds, mainly through changing my relationship with food. From why you shouldn’t cut out carbs to why the number on the scale means very little, I’ve learned a lot about how to make fat loss sustainable along the way. Here are seven of the most important lessons I’ve learned about healthy weight loss. Now that I’m not spending a lot of effort trying to stick to a series of futile diets, I’ve had the energy to optimise my lifestyle to keep myself at the low end of my weight range. Most of us imagine that if we ate whatever we wanted, we’d gain a lot of weight, but I’ve actually lost five or ten pounds through these lifestyle changes.

A year after setting out to lose weight, I’ve lost 80 pounds. I’ve felt sick and hated the way my body looked my whole life. But now I feel healthy, strong, and powerful. Weight loss: In one study, women following the Dukan diet ate about 1,000 calories and 100 grams of protein per day and lost an average of 33 pounds (15 kg) in 8–10 weeks.

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He decided to stick with his usual approach, which was to consume only a thousand calories a day and budget it however he liked.

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He decided that since he had previously quit smoking cold turkey, he could do this diet.

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Jim started reading online success stories from people who’d followed a similar diet.

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The diets proved totally ineffective, either because he cheated or because, after he did lose weight, he stopped adhering to them and regained the pounds.

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A former gym teacher, Dan resumed a high level of physical activity and continued to lose weight so easily that after a month he moved into Pre-Maintenance, where he ascertained his Critical Carbohydrate Level for Losing (CCLL) was 80 grams a day, on which he managed to lose 95 pounds in only four months.

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In May 2012, he read about the LCHF diet, adopted it, lost 25 kilograms in eight months and cured himself of all his afflictions so that he no longer needed any medications.

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So he paid over a lakh at the weight loss centre and enrolled in a 6 month programme where all he had to do was lie down on a table for 20 to 30 minutes daily while painless electric currents worked on him, and go on a crash diet where he ate barely anything the whole day: channa, buttermilk and some dal.

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He achieved this because the ketogenic regimen made him a fat-burner, not a sugar-burner, and skipping meals allowed him to burn body fat rather than dietary fat.

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He tried a low-carb diet, lost weight, and then began to prescribe the diet to his patients.

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He wrote in his autobiography that he was delighted with the diet for he saved money and in eating separately he found more time to study.

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  • Salad dressing I will use is lemon juice and just a little oil and some
    Mrs Dash seasoning. My favorite though is 2 parts oil to one part red wine vinegar with garlic salt!

  • trans-fats are man made? NO they are NOT! They occur naturally, yes, they have been extracted in bulk from vegetable oils and fish oils industrially but that does NOT make them man made that ideological claptrap does you NO favours at all.

    You also destroy your argument by subtracting “lean meat” and not adding “fatty meat” the way you present this, it is almost a vegetarian diet, yes I know that you are assuming that people eat enough fatty meat, but you do not emphasise the importance of doing so.
    You also do not mention the dangers of oxalic acid.

  • i don’t think i’ll ever become a raw food vegan; however, i’d like to limit my consumption of animal products significantly (especially with red meats), and i’d like to start juicing with both fruits and vegetables, to help get more vitamins and minerals and to alkalize my body. i also plan to rid my diet of processed foods, and make sure i’m only putting healthy fats in my body. i’ve completely removed dairy from my routine diet. i say routine, cos i still consume some once every few months.

  • I’ve always been suspicious of this and that’s why I have been having success with intermittent fasting. I eat once every 24 hours and I’ve never felt better. It’s not easy at first but it will pay huge dividends once you adapt. Hand sanitizers are the WORST FUCKING THING that you can do for your body on a consistent basis. Good luck when a super virus comes along and your body has had no build up in it’s defenses. Can’t tell you how many people I know that use that shit and then when they get sick (which is often), it takes them weeks to get over their illnesses. Contrary to people who are old school and heal within 2-3 days!

  • Brilliant video! I’m slowly changing my ways to whole food plant based instead of simply vegan, I’m loving it. I struggle with giving up sugar like biscuits �� I’d love some tips on how to encourage my children into less meat replacements and more whole food versions. My daughter is so fussy with how food looks but in general both children eat really well other than hot meals, they love their meat replacements.

  • Great video. I too lost a lot of weight (55 lbs) on a Whole Food plant based diet. My arthritis subsided and I started feeling like I had
    a lot of energy. Appreciate your story. Question if you eat dessert?

  • Turned vegan at 65 after hearing Dr. Michael Greger talk about his grandma… and getting really angry at the lying, coniving food industry and complicent cowards of politics.
    A 130 kilogramme, sick, life long suffering blob on the couch. 12 months on 110kg (sorry you’ll have to do the maths)
    Without counting, weighing or measuring a thing…
    Dr. Greger has been my main guiding light along with Dr. Barnard and every other plant based guru
    Dr/researcher.
    I LOVE VEGAN!!! And the Exam Room (replay our time… every day)
    Thank you����
    AUSSIE Dave.

  • I’ve noticed this for about the last ten years. The food is edible, but for some reason it doesn’t fill me up. My wife buys taquitos and pizza rolls, and I keep telling her that it isn’t real food.
    When I was growing up, you had chips made from real potatoes, drinks with sugar in them, instead of corn syrup, and fresh meats.
    I miss real food.

  • The gut has its own nervous system, the enteric nervous system. Check it out because it has needs and poisons just like your brain.

  • Wow I must say you really motivated me I’m starting this healthy lifestyle tomorrow. My mom raised me with good nutrition but along the way I got off track (loved the Cinnabon analogy those are hard to resist at a mall or airport!) Thanks again!

  • Dr Barnard tip on eating lower the nuts [and seeds] is the key.
    They may have carry nutrients but they pack a lot of calories.
    It’s FIBER that’s the key.

  • He never said he doesn’t eat meat and for those muscle to build up. Its to get protein. a steak than wow a glass of the natural veggie juice perfect

  • Chuck. Thank you so much for telling us something about your journey. I am so glad to see that even though you were in the basement literally and emotionally, yet you managed to come out of it and get to a healthy you. Thank you.
    Ps. In an episode like this when you are talking about weight. Pls, pls, pls can you do a little segment where you tell us more about YOUR journeyespecially the little bits of wisdom that got you going along the track you are on now.

  • For me its not really the weight its to be with out a Very Painful Tummy for 50 plus year I Feel Fantastic Will Recommend the Plantbased way of eat. My Husband lost quite a few kg but we both going strong in our mid 60s. Enjoy your Program New Zealand ��

  • I’ve had crazy gut health issues lately so I went vegan but I’m breastfeeding and I haven’t lost any weight… I guess I’m just one of those women that retains weight while nursing. ��

  • Can someone explain the last thing that was shared in the video to me? About how the store receipts are coated in a chemical meant to interrupt our endochrine system. What exactly is the chemical on the receipts meant to do to us?

  • In my first week of dr mcdougalls starch solution and these types are videos are helping me make it through bowl after bowl of broccoli ha!

  • Been doing the vegan diet for many reasons, planet, future for my son, health, animal welfare and I have lost a ton of weight in 15 weeks…. 15.5 kgs / 40lbs at present and I eat like a horse!! �� (but no fake meat products and processed foods, just pure plants, never felt so healthy��) Why didn’t I know about this 30years ago!!

  • We should seriously stop discussing weight loss. I can lose weight without eating for a year… i am thin, but i am dead. Being thin does not equates to being healthy. Loads of the stuff is under your skin and you can see it.

  • My go to dressing is half the calories of an oily dressing. I like using sunflower seeds because they contain some good vitamin E which is important for the eyes (I use my laptop a lot): 2 TBS of ground sunflower seeds, 1 TBS of cider vinegar, 1-2 TBS of fresh lemon juice, 1-2 TBS of water, salt. Some herbs like parsley or so, if I have some. It looks white. My family thought I had made it with yogurt! If you like some sweetness you can add a date.

  • My issue is that the calorie density thing only works if a stretched stomach is what “satiates” someone. Without a good amount of fat (and protein to a degree) I can be full of 2 lbs. of veggies but feel hungry and unsatiated. I can eat a quarter cup of peanut butter and be full. (just an example)

  • So When Bill Gates gives a lecture on Climate Change and how we now have to reduce the human population of the world to 1 billion people, is it not possible that the food industry, as well as certain political policies, are trying to facilitate this result?

  • Started my WFPB diet in December. I have lost 25 lbs. Not effortlessly, but with a LOT less effort. It takes a while for your tastebuds to switch, but now that they have switched, I can certainly see this will be how I eat for the rest of my life. While I have a long way to go, it’s nice to have the positive feedback of so much more energy. I LOVE what I eat.

  • Jill your before-and-after is amazing and really something to be proud of! You are really dashing now! One thing I think can easily tell is the neck transformation. That tends to be a good indicator of all the downstairs. =)

  • I like this guy, sometimes he gets a little bit ethereal/guru-like, but on the whole, he seems to have good ideas for juicing and smoothies, I’ve bought many of his DVD’s and will give them to you after we see them.  He is mainly a RAW FOODIST…

  • I just have to say, thank you!!!

    I’ve watched nearly all your videos, starting with this one. You’re an excellent teacher! I’ve learned more about nutrition from your blog, videos, and white board explanations than I have from any other source. Thanks to your information about weight and menopause, 0-1-2-3, and 7-day challenge, I feel like I’m now on track to a healthy lifestyle. So far, after just 3 weeks, I’ve lost 8 lbs and I’m motivated to keep going. Thanks so much.

  • I changed my diet about 2 years ago to a Plant-Based diet because of food allergies. I eliminated dairy, eggs, sugar, potatoes, corn, and rice. They are all horrible mucus-phlegm triggers for me. I just thought that it was time to add fitness to the mix. Anyway, thanks for sharing.

  • I admit, I was kinda expecting it to be one of those videos where it just ends up doing something like the “no, fat is good, carbs are bad” stuff, pleasantly surprised that it sounds a lot more balanced than that.

    I do think a good strategy is to try being very aware when food you eat, even if it is stuff you find tasty, actually makes you feel bad.
    It often at least appears to me that stronger awareness of your own physical feedback to what you consume can be rather helpful in avoiding bad habits to some degree at least.

  • you should eat some meat from time to time… some fatty salmon or beef.. your body does need some animal fats to make hormones and other things and animal proteins are the best

  • I didn’t lose any weight as a vegan eating junk/processed food (I was already in the healthy range, but didn’t feel my best) switching to whole foods only and more veggies, low fat (lower calorie density) is what’s working for me!

  • Crazy…my dad had cancer and the “medical way” saved his life. But he also balanced it with exercising and eating healthy. I wouldn’t say one is objectively better than the other. Perhaps no one way is best but a mixture of things. Really don’t like people hating on medicine though, they are not trying to hurt you…only help. Also two of my friends had cancer, lymphoma and brain cancer…modern medicine saved their lives as well.

  • Great info. Dr. Barnard is, however, unaware of the many studies that show that eating nuts does not cause weight gain. Info on Dr. Greger’s site at nutritionfacts.org.

  • I am a very athletic person that doesn’t need to lose weight and I receive a LOT of negative attention from carb-fearing shoppers and cashiers when I make my purchases (potatoes, sweet potatoes, fruit, squash, etc.). I find it sad…

  • What about keeping the weight off for good? Weight that is lost quickly is usually regained quickly! How do you avoid feeling deprived? What ever happened to intuitive eating? Dieting and food restrictions are worse for your metabolism than intuitive eating. Fats…good fats….are satiating.
    Dieting is not a lasting solution to excess weight. Learn to eat intuitively, instead.

  • I noticed she really seems to promote bean consumption. Yet others (Dr. Gundry etc.) will tell you they are one of the worst foods in the world to eat due to high lectin content. Gundry also poo-poos lots and lots of vegetables and nuts and seeds due to high lectin content which he and others claim will sabotage your weight loss efforts. It’s so hard to know who to believe anymore.

  • Hi, just found your channel. I’m 48 so thank you so much for your positive and encouraging words. I gained weight during the lockdown. I tried so hard to stay fit and eat right. Your videos put my goals into perspective and reminds me to loose the weight with love, not punish myself. And my old ways of losing weight will not work because…well they just won’t. New subscriber.

  • I eat meat, fish, dairy, and eggs only and avoid processed foods and have achieved similar results to you. Don’t blame meat for what processed foods have caused. Vegan is not the only answer. Remember this when your health starts to deteriorate on your current diet. ( remember Mc Dougel is no advertisement for his own diet he looks like skelitor and he comes across as crazy as a loon )

  • Ancestors also died early hunting and gathering. A bag of doritos or cashews would probably made him hunt and gather a greater area, but still dead. Pathogens. Hygien. Wildlife.
    Comparisons to past Era isn’t really viable.

  • Thank you, Dr. Becky, for this video. I have just recently started taking care of myself and lost some pounds already. This video gives me so much valuable information so I can continue with what I’ve started. Thank you for imparting your knowledge. You are helping a lot of people like me. ❤

  • Thanks for the enlightening videos. Do have a question though: if I take a bullet proof (keto) coffee in the morning, does that mean I’m breaking my fast?

  • Amazing story!! Thanks so much for sharing. I have eaten plantbased for 7 years! It’s changed my life! But my husband is still eating dairy and minimal meats. Your journey is very important and I hope and pray he can live on the starched based lifestyle. We are going to introduce it into his life soon as health IS our wealth and we just want to live long healthy lives together ����������

  • I was wondering why am I not losing a lot of weight as a vegan? Answer I have not eating too much fiber, oops, I have been eating nuts and oils. ��
    Now I know more fiber. ����
    Thank you.

  • WOW! A friend of mine told me about Dr. Becky Gillaspy..I’ll try to follow her advice. He said, “She speaks to you in NON-complicated terms.”

  • Very motivating video. I’ve been following a low carb diet and last six months I’ve been away so my food habits got all thrown out of gear and I gained 7 kgs. Now I find that it’s an uphill task to get back to my former thin self. I’m hoping your video will help. Thanks for sharing.

  • Hi, I am really interested and have subbed. Just did the maths for those of us who use metrics (in Australia) and 10 pounds = 4.536 kilos. Wow! ��

  • I think that overall this is by far the way that humans are supposed to eat, and Im definitely moving in this direction. My only concern is that our body’s need for B12 seems to indicate that we might need to eat animal products in small amounts for optimal health. And every traditional society around the globe ate and continues to eat (and this includes all the longest living populations in the Blue Zones) a small amount of meat about roughly once a week. I just wonder if in our hunter-gatherer stage of development as humans that we developed a dependence on the occasional inclusion of animal products and as such if, for optimal health, we need to include those in our diet VERY occassionally. But, that being said, if it comes down to a totally Vegan whole foods diet with a B12 supplement like oyu have done or the SAD, obviously what you are doing is far, far better! Just wondering your thoughts on the body’s need for B12 and the historical reality that all people groups have eaten small amounts of animal products?

  • I went thirty days no meat or animal product. I then went to a Christmas party and ate prime rib and shrimp. After returning home I had gone to bed at 9 pm and woke by 1 am in a sweat filled misery! My digestion was in pain and core temp was up and down until morning.

  • Dr Becky gillapsy: thank you for your advice. My waist 38 cm which is a big the problem. I was a size 16 walked and dieted but my waist is always an issue. Is there seriously a way I could fight this Belly fat and fit in a size 14 again? I have read so much and I don’t know what to do. Can you please, is there a break through to this or not. Thanks and sorry if i was hush.

  • Thank you so very much for this video ❤ �� I hope to keep having the privilege to see more updates from you. I don’t know why but Your personality in this video seem very calming to Me. ��

  • You are so right, Dr. Becky, regarding Motivation ups and downs. So often in the past I have felt highly motivated for a week or more….THEN whoosh, I get an overwhelming craving for sugary comestibles. Then it’s back to square one. Perseverance is absolutely essential to success. Withdrawal symptoms are unavoidable, but unless one is willing to go through them without giving in, it’s back to the old lifestyle slavery to sugar, and self-loathing! The government isn’t going to help us. The food manufacturers aren’t going to help us. We need to fight to win. As you say … NO EXCEPTIONS. May God give us the same attitude to Sin…NO EXCEPTIONS!

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  • It’s easy to forget how important it is to avoid the higher density plant foods if you want to lose weight. I had started to lose weight on a plant-based diet. I have about 70lbs to lose, having lost 28lbs on a combination of Slimming World and plant-based. However, I have been using vegetable pates that contain olive oil (artichoke and olive) to quell cheese cravings, plus avocados, some coconut milk for Thai dishes, chocolate bars, and even a little oil in cooking, on occasion, and I’ve noticed that I have started to gain weight again. I think I need to dump those foods completely if I am to succeed. My primary goal is to normalise my blood pressure, which in my case, I believe, will take substantial weight loss, so it’s important to do it correctly. Thanks for the reminder.

  • I know hormones play a role, but what about having a complete hysterectomy? I had a hysterectomy at the age of 40, does this play a role in my weight gain too?

  • I am glad that you have mentioned that people need to go to the businesses owned by black people but
    at the same time I would appreciate if you will not forget other Minorities like browns and yellows and all other colours who also suffer with blacks. So let’s make it about all minorities not only black. thank you.

  • I lost 40 pounds on a Dr McDougall high starch plant-based diet and I’m now at 22.4 BMI, fastest weight loss occurred on his maximum weight loss program, which I did for a few weeks.

  • Thanks..so happy I found your channel…..starting Monday..my weakness is bread…but just lose 8 to 10 pounds…I lost 40 pounds thru watching my food..excerising..what kind of meats can eat..???..bacon and eggs great for breakfast..going fast for 12 to 15 hours..Thanks again..my goal is to lose this fat roll around my stomach and 10 pounds to start..it take down to 155…Im 60

  • “High sugar foods put sugar into your bloodstream very quickly, that is not what your blood wants, it does not want all that sugar so it’s going to push it out very quickly into storage & the storage place it picks is your fat cells”
    What a good way to explain/look at it, thank you!��

  • Hello, I recently found and started your 0,1,2,3, weight loss program. In addition, I just started your 21 day keto challenge. In your low carb and your keto diets you emphasize including healthy fats in your diet, including meats, such as steak (Ribeye was mentioned). I don’t recall you emphasizing limiting lean meat. only to make sure, the meat is high quality, uncured, nitrate and sugar-free. In fact, meat is part of almost every meal in your menu. However, in this video, you say to limit your intake of lean meats. Is this something that has changed from 2016 to 2020? Just curious. I love your program and all of your motivational videos. I watch all the ones you email me and have found many helpful ones on YouTube. They are quick and to the point. ❣️❣️

  • The only reason why I became your new sub is because I’m obsessed with mayonnaise �� and I loved putting it on everything as you mentioned thank you for sharing this amazing video ��

  • and how guy like joe rogan said to rza in his podcast that many of people are allergic to fruits and vegetables. Joe rogan should and must watch this stories how plant based diet helps lot

  • I don’t understand the connection between meat and weight problems… Unless you are consuming the meat with refined carbs(bread), vegetable oils, unhealthy fats,etc like many here in America do. I eat fast food once or twice a month but other than that my diet consists of mostly animal products and has since I stopped being breastfed. Meat,eggs,dairy,literally cooking everything with pig lard. Never had weight issues or any health ones. Currently 170lbs at 5’10 never been much heavier or lighter.

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  • This guy’s an idiot. He’s so vague and general that it makes it obvious that he doesn’t know what he’s talking about. He’s just parroting what he’s heard. Check out Dr. Eric Berg if you want actual health advice with a detailed scientific explanation

  • HEY DAN!!!!
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    FOR YEARS UVE BEEN STRUGGLING WITH MY WEIGHT AND CHILDHOOD TRAUMAS. I AM A FITNESS INSTRUCTOR AND MY LIFE CALLING IS TO HELP PEOPLE REACH THEIR GOALS AND I MYSELF AM DEALING WIHT SO MANY ISSUES I KNOW THAT IN ORDER TO LOSE THEWEIGHT I NEED TO LET GO AND EMBRACE MYSELF AND LOVE MYSELF BUT NEVER KNEW HOW ; WATCHING YOU SPEAK IS REALLY HELPING ME IN HOW TO LET GO THANK YOU SOOOOOOOOO MUCH!!!!! ID REALLY LOVE MORE VIDEOS OF HOW TO LOVE YORSELF CUZ ITS SO DAMN HARD TO DO!!!! ONE LOVE KEEP DOING WHAT YOYRE DOING YOURE AWESOME±±

  • I’ve only been eating vegan about 1-1/2 years, starting with eating less meat. Much easier to eat more of the veggies I like! I’ve yo-yoed a bit, lost about 9 pounds and several BMI points. My BMI is still too high but it’s coming down.

  • I was on a very strict, oil free, grain free WFPD for six months and I did not lose weight. It really depends on so many factors, whether one is obese or exercising or eating emotionally etc. I am feeling fantastic on a plant based diet, but I know I need to keep out oils, any processed food, sugar obviously and keep starches low to reach my weight goals.

  • Wow BIG up from the “get-go”. Please tell us about the 10 deadly foods that cause your Mother’s Alzheimer’s disease. Why just accept that dietary intake was the cause of her illness? C’mon man!!! weak