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Processed foods (i.e., canned foods, bread and cured meat) Ultra-processed foods (i.e., sweet or savory snacks, ready-to-eat packaged foods, snack bars, poultry and fish nuggets). Ultra-processed foods are designed for mass consumption, hyper-palatability, and high profitability by adding salt, sugar, oil and/or preservatives to extend shelf life and increase ease of consumption. Ultra-processed foods (i.e., sweet or savory snacks, ready-to-eat packaged foods, snack bars, poultry and fish nuggets). Ultra-processed foods are designed for mass consumption, hyper-palatability, and high profitability by adding salt, sugar, oil and/or preservatives to extend shelf life and increase ease of consumption. Sugar is also very present in foods that we don’t consider to be sweet such as soups, sauces and ready meals.

A third of an average-sized jar of pasta sauce (roughly 150g) can contain more than 13g of sugar, including added sugar. This is the equivalent of around three teaspoons of sugar. It is well [ ]. Weight loss is usually related to intense diets however chopping out sugar could be the key to a healthy weight loss.

The NHS advises that added sugars, corresponding to desk sugar, honey and syrups mustn’t make up greater than 5 p.c of the power you get from food and drink every day. Weight loss is often associated with intense diets but cutting out sugar could be the key to a healthy weight loss. The NHS advises that added sugars, such as table sugar, honey and syrups.

Healthy fats are among the most satiating foods of any diet. As far as healthy fats go, aim for monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFA) and polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA). MUFA food choices include nuts, avocados, and olive oil. PUFA selections include fish.

Intuitive eating is an idea introduced in 1995 by dietitians Evelyn Tribole and Elyse Resch that aims to restore the connection to food that we once had. IE encourages trusting your inner wisdom to eat in response to hunger and fullness, and not because of emotional cues, such as stress, sadness, and anxiety, or external prompts, like the aroma of fresh-baked chocolate chip cookies that make. A low-carb diet is the key to your weight loss success. Or, is the answer to follow the Paleo diet – we all know that the cavemen didn’t die from chronic disease, right?

No, the gluten-free diet. What Foods Fill You Up? Let’s say your daily calorie intake is about where it should be for weight loss. That means you’ll be in a caloric deficit, the scale should be changing, and — as that happens — your hunger will inevitably increase.

In that case, we’d look to incorporate more foods that enhance your feeling of fullness. As a group, beans, chickpeas, lentils, and peas are known as pulses. They may influence weight loss due to their effect on fullness, as well as their protein and fiber content.

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Meal planning strategies A. Emphasis should be on healthful eating habits, with nutrient-dense foods (e.g., vegetables, fruits, legumes, low-fat dairy, lean meats, nuts, seeds, and whole grains) more of the focus than specific nutrients (e.g., protein, carbs, fats).

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from Practice Guidelines for Family Nurse Practitioners E-Book
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Elsevier Health Sciences, 2019

You can accomplish this by snacking on nuts, sprinkling ground flaxseed or flaxseed oil in your cereal, smoothie, or salad (it tastes yummy); cooking regularly with olive, grapeseed, or canola oils; and experimenting with different and even new oils.

“Plant-Based Sports Nutrition: Expert Fueling Strategies for Training, Recovery, and Performance” by D. Enette Larson-Meyer, Matt Ruscigno
from Plant-Based Sports Nutrition: Expert Fueling Strategies for Training, Recovery, and Performance
by D. Enette Larson-Meyer, Matt Ruscigno
Human Kinetics, 2019

Portion-controlled foods may be useful not only for inducing larger initial weight losses, but also for facilitating the maintenance of weight loss (Flechtner-Mors, Ditschuneit, Johnson, Suchard, & Adler, 2000).

“Handbook of Obesity Treatment” by Thomas A. Wadden, Albert J. Stunkard
from Handbook of Obesity Treatment
by Thomas A. Wadden, Albert J. Stunkard
Guilford Publications, 2004

Other techniques for reducing fat intake are choosing leaner meats, switching to low-fat dairy products, minimizing added fats and those used in cooking, and decreasing the frequency of sweets.

“Sports Nutrition for Endurance Athletes, 3rd Ed.” by Monique Ryan, MS, RD, CSSD, LDN
from Sports Nutrition for Endurance Athletes, 3rd Ed.
by Monique Ryan, MS, RD, CSSD, LDN
VeloPress, 2012

Atkins, from the start, allows you to eat until you feel satisfied.

“Dr. Atkins' New Diet Revolution” by C. D. C. Atkins
from Dr. Atkins’ New Diet Revolution
by C. D. C. Atkins
M. Evans, 2002

Eat a variety of nutritious foods from all the food groups, and focus on the following: • A variety of fruits and vegetables • Fiber-rich whole grains • Low-fat dairy products • Skinless poultry and fish, prepared in healthy ways • Nuts and legumes • Olive oil and non-tropical vegetable oils 4.

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Elsevier Health Sciences, 2018

Made with nourishing and delicious whole foods—such as whole grains, beans, lean meats/poultry/fish, nuts, unsweetened low-fat dairy, eggs, and veggies—they’ll fill you up and give you the ideal balance of lean protein, energizing carbohydrates, and healthy fats to

“The Sugar Smart Diet: Stop Cravings and Lose Weight While Still Enjoying the Sweets You Love” by Anne Alexander, Julia VanTine
from The Sugar Smart Diet: Stop Cravings and Lose Weight While Still Enjoying the Sweets You Love
by Anne Alexander, Julia VanTine
Rodale Books, 2013

These foods will let you eat more (think of a big bowl of hearty vegetable soup versus a small cup of cream of broccoli, both of which may have the same amount of calories), feel less hungry, and keep your calorie intake in check.

“The Best Life Diet” by Bob Greene
from The Best Life Diet
by Bob Greene
Simon & Schuster, 2007

salads, soups, and stews, these inexpensive foods are low in fat and high in protein, fiber, and complex carbohydrates.

“Good Housekeeping Step-by-step Cookbook: More Than 1,000 Recipes, 1,800 Photographs, 500 Techniques” by Susan Westmoreland
from Good Housekeeping Step-by-step Cookbook: More Than 1,000 Recipes, 1,800 Photographs, 500 Techniques
by Susan Westmoreland
Hearst Books, 2008

No matter what the eating pattern is, aim for most food choices to focus on high-quality, minimally processed whole grains, vegetables, fruits, lean meats, seafood, legumes, nuts and seeds, dairy products, and heart-healthy unsaturated fats and oils.

“The Diabetes Textbook: Clinical Principles, Patient Management and Public Health Issues” by Joel Rodriguez-Saldana
from The Diabetes Textbook: Clinical Principles, Patient Management and Public Health Issues
by Joel Rodriguez-Saldana
Springer International Publishing, 2019

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  • This is an example of you really stepping out of your lane. But more importantly failing at several things, such as being unbiased, as well as genuinely providing quality education. How do you expect the audience to believe you are staying unbiased when you highlight the risks way more than any possible reward? This might as well be fear mongering. Unbiased requires you to be able to balance out the pros and cons. A 40-60 ratio would have been fine, but instead this feels like a 5-95. I don’t think you truly grasp what unbiased is. That or you are trolling, which is not educational.

    As for quality educational content, I notice a huge problem with this. There are so many holes you leave open. When you introduce the different types of surgery and procedures, you should at least provide some simple enough context to show that you at least know what you are talking about. And that’s the problem, also with you bringing up researches. You give the numbers for rates of failures or whatever the results are, but you don’t care to provide some context as to why it happens. Even a hypothesis can help provide context. Do you assume your audience will just know, take your word, or just do research? Even then, how much of the research will they understand. That’s the problem with even leaving research links. How many people actually grasp the research? How many people have the time to try and comprehend it? Bringing up research is fine, as long as you show you can understand the thing and break it down for the audience. But if you don’tit becomes moot. As an educator, if you truly see yourself as one, your job is to check for understanding as well as make sure that you focus on effectively communicating your information to the audience, which I don’t think you do a good job of, really to be honest. You leave too many holes and you assume that the audience will mostly genuinely understand it. It’s the old school force fed education system that’s still prevalent, all over again, and that is not effective teaching.

    Last but not least, I don’t think you truly see as complete a picture as you need to. You and the person you consulted with. How do you expect to help more people? I think you are letting your morals and bias really get in the way of seeing the whole picture. Case in point, there is some truth to society trying to force larger people into a smaller size. But that’s just it. Some of that is true, and I don’t doubt there are people trying to force it. But you also need to look at the intentions, and also recognize that some are genuinely concerned and are trying to help. Not all are really forcing this. Both of you are only providing one part of the picture, but you are not seeing it through as many lens. At this point, I truly also question how much of your field you really understand. I also question how much you truly care about personal growth, because I see a lot of room for that. But the question I suppose isDo you even care or want it?

  • I do enjoy your suggestions because I have been trying to lose weight. However the photos at the beginning of this video are concerning to me. My granddaughter has anorexia and you share a look with her. While much of what you say can help those who need to lose weight; you are not one of those people and that is concerning

  • If I want my abs to appear and I only eat proteins and veggies do I still need to burn more calories than I receive? When you burn calories, you mostly burn fat, right? I don’t get the analogy when I don’t wanna lose muscle but just fat…

  • If calories in vs calories out aren’t important that how do you explain me drinking red bulls all day long and never gaining weight?

  • when you listen to him talk it sounds almost uninterrupted. when you watch his speech i counted 27 video out takes. at 2.01 watch the person’s camera taking a picture of the screen. something isn’t quite right here. hmmmmmm? it’s either you tube censoring him or whomever is taping this video.

  • when you know it it is easy. When you do it it is HARD!!! No not do it…The Power of the FLESH and weakness of the submissive mind…even yogis get FAT…

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  • You did not inform people well in this video. I had gastric bypass at 17 because I was 294 and steadily gaining. I was on the road to type 2 diabetes, heart disease…you name it. My whole preteen and teen years will filled with dieticians, nutritionists, weight watchers, gyms, general practitioners, even freakin hypnosis to help loss weight with no success, but in 35 now and last time I was weighted I was in the 170s. It’s it a perfect weight, no, but I have been classified as overweight vs morbidly obese since I was 19. I’ll take it and my body thanks me everyday for choosing to have weight loss surgery.
    As far as iron goes, yes, that’s why they tell you to take as premenopausal women an iron supplement! As well as a multi, calcium and b12! Protein can be an issue, again they stress the issue that you need to meet a certain protein goal, used to be 55 grams for women, more for men. I had hair loss because I wasn’t meeting that goal because I wasn’t listening to my doctor who didn’t recommend trying to stay vegetarian post surgery since it would be too hard to meet protein goals. Eventually I listened, meet protein requirements and the hair loss stopped. Usually people only experience dumping if they are eating foods they shouldn’t be. Sugar, fried foods or super high fat foods we are told to avoid eating because your body can’t handle it. Aka you were warned this would happen and did it anyways.
    Do I have things my body it weird about now that it wasn’t before, yes. It’s weird about some dairy foods but not others. Can’t find a reason why but who cares? That’s what alternative milk products are for. Do I have an issue absorbing some pill medications, yes, I take them in liquid form if possible and that seems to do the trick.
    Would I do the surgery over again, 100%

  • does anyone know if cheese is considered good or bad for weight loss, it keeps me full and satisfied but i dont know if it helps the body burn fat or makes it gain it.

  • Your review of Coach Greg was woefully inaccurate and condescending. Enjoy the wrath of the justice mob downvoting until you apologize.

  • Yes, I too am guilty of jumping through weight loss plan to others as well, I do believe that I need to have tried every single weight loss program that was available, but in the end not one of them made it easier for me to lose and keep the weight off. I ended up trying for the very last time with the Custokebon Secrets because my cousin who told me amazing things about it and so far to date I’ve effectively lost 16 lbs within 3 weeks!

  • I know a way to lose weight better by simply changing ONE of your habit. Read it in my book, which by the way is also called “The Obesity Code” by Christophe Lefebvre.

  • I look forward to every video of yours. Your clients give me inspiration that even I can achieve that level of fitness with the right amount of information and dedication.

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  • Anyone else hate the phrase “engagement in joyful movement”? Like exercise shouldn’t be torture, as there’s many fun ways to get and stay fit (dancing, rock climbing, swimming, hiking, etc. Not to mention many people enjoy going to the plain old gym.) But i think that phrasing undermines the fact that there’s inherently going to be times during exercise where you don’t feel all that great. Exercise should be a CHALLENGE (to some extent) and you’re going to feel tired, sore, exerted, and straight up in pain sometimes due to the nature of certain sports or exercises. If I only allowed myself to do exercise that felt “joyful” 100% of the time…. I’d probably be very inactive and out of shape. Plus I feel like it’s mostly females using the phrase “joyful movement,” never once have I heard a male activist/dietician/trainer say something like that, and to me it has misogynistic undertones. Like just cause I’m a girl all my movement has to be soft and painless, and I shouldn’t do tough exhausting types of exercise cause I’m a fragile woman. Not exactly the rhetoric I’d like to be spreading.

  • I have a family member that was severely obese and with 2 kids was unable to get down and play with them because of her size. She ultimately decided to go the surgery route and was required to have 1 year if therapy and deal with a nutritionist/dietitian in order to learn how to have a healthy diet. She was required to lose a certain amount of weight to have the surgery. It has been over 5 years abd she has kept a healthy weight. She is able to play with her children and do healthy active activities she was not able to do before the surgery. For some people this surgery is very helpful and necessary.

  • Makes sense. Chewing is very important for us to feel satiated with food. Processed foods in general don’t require lots of chewing…. as opposed to fresh veggies…

  • Delete your video of Greg douchette. It’s fake news. You completely took him out of context and misrepresented what he said. You didn’t even know he’s 100% open and honest about his steroid use. 8 hours of research my ass cheeks.

  • I think its good advice to tell people eat whole foods over processed foods especially if they are eating to satiation. However if you are dieting based on macro’s I feel this is far less important. Hitting your macro’s is key and I find for myself at least that whole versus processed makes little to no difference. In fact I have lost 25 lbs in 5 months eating 100% processed foods. I have no issues being consistent with my diet and having success. My last contest prep was the same way. I don’t tell people what I eat on a daily basis because I don’t want to have to justify it or defend it. I only bring it up now just to be a counter point to the eat mostly whole foods mantra. You can eat processed food and be successful. If you are struggling then you should definitely look at seeing if eating whole foods helps but at the end of the day if you are getting contest lean you are going to have to get use to the fact you will be hungry no matter what you do. I find the biggest factor in feeling hungry is not the calories you are eating or whole versus processed food intake but your actual body fat levels. The leaner you get the higher the ghrelin levels get and hungrier you will feel regardless of your actual calorie intake or if the food is whole or processed.

  • For your health -how to live to 100 -What causes blood clots and high blood pressure??
    When the blood becomes thick and the platelets, the clotting cells, tend to stick together, a blood clot forms.
    So what causes “thick” blood? Three main things:

    1) too much animal fat in the diet, dairy, fried foods, damage fats such as peanut butter, mayonnaise.(toxic)
    2) inadequate water drinking (dehydration),
    ( 3) stress, cortisol.
    (4 not enough “Magnesium”” also deficiency in vitamin C, ” Vitamin B-6″ and Folic acid,Coenzyme Q10.
    B-6 and Folic acid are very important vitamins to keep “homocysteine” low in the blood.
    High “homocysteine” in the blood causes heart disease, cancer,Parkinsons, Alzheimer’s disease.

    It’s no great secret that if one pours oil in water, the water becomes thicker.
    So, when you eat animal fat (meat, poultry, fish, eggs and dairy, such as milk, butter, yogurt, ice cream, cheese, etc.) your blood becomes thicker.
    It’s also not surprising that blood becomes thicker when one is dehydrated.

    Blood is composed of two general main components: 1) blood cells: mainly red blood cells (rbc’s), that carry oxygen around to the organs and cells, white blood cells (wbc’s) that fight disease, and platelets, that help your blood clot when you are bleeding, and 2) serum, formed primarily from water and some proteins.

    If your body is dehydrated, you may not have enough water to make enough serum. But you will still have the same volume of blood cells, therefore, your blood will be thicker! (Same volume of solids blood cells – but less fluid = thicker blood!)
    But the total volume of blood in your body will be less because you have less serum than you should. The body has a splendid detection system for total blood volume.

    When the blood volume is low because of dehydration, your body produces a substance that constricts the blood vessels so the amount of space in the blood vessels in your body will perfectly fit your total blood volume.
    If there were a discrepancy, you could have an “empty space” in your blood vessels, theoretically causing an air embolus, an air pocket that, when traveling through the heart, could cause death. So the body’s mechanism to eliminate that possibility is very efficient.

    Thick blood is also one of the main causes of high blood pressure, in addition to the animal fat deposits that cause a narrowing of the blood vessels, termed arteriosclerosis. When the heart has to pump thicker blood through narrower (constricted) blood vessels, the heart must pump at a higher pressure to push the blood through, leading to HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE!

    Obviously, high blood pressure can be reversed – contrary to the dogma of conventional medicine,
    if one just eliminates the causes as revealed here.
    -What causes dehydration?


    The body loses ten glass of water every day just from the processes of daily living such as, digestion, making enzymes, etc. On hot days or when one is stressed, even more water is lost.
    If we don’t replace that water by drinking pure water, we will become dehydrated. The body is 75% water and the brain and nervous system are 85% water. Please note that the body is NOT 75% Coke, or 75% coffee, or 75% milk. It is 75% WATER!

    I am a Vegan I eat no fat,no oils and no meat!….I fast and I keep my blood sugar below 85
    My homocysteines are low, my cortisol is normal, I eat only two meal a day my blood sugar is below 85..I fast two days a week..
    animal proein and saturated fat creates high homocysteines in the body causing heart disease and cancer.

    I you have heart disease you should eat a low “lectin diet ” -> avoid lectins! Lectins and fructose in fruit rot your arteries.
    Fruit is another form of eating candy (fructose) damages your kidneys, brain and arteries.

    The best book I have read on health…EVER! Could not put it down! Yes!!!
    > The Plant Paradox: The Hidden Dangers in “Healthy” Foods That Cause Disease and Weight Gain Hardcover – April 25, 2017
    by Dr. Steven R Gundry MD (Author)-


    https://www.amazon.com/Plant-Paradox-Dangers-Healthy-Disease/dp/006242713X/ref=sr_1_2?crid=36CK5J7QFT0UG&dchild=1&keywords=lectins+book&qid=1595321100&sprefix=lectins+%2Caps%2C200&sr=8-2#customerReviews

    High protein diet will promote high homocysteines in your blood…heart disease, kidney disease and Cancer.
    Keep the homocysteine low in the blood take Vitamin B6,folic acid, and eat low animal protein ( no red meat, no egg yolks, no dairy )

    -Fat, sugar and alcohol is kidneys pancreas liver and heart’s enemy…toxic!…you eat like a pig you will have disease.
    Take magnesium 3 times a day most important mineral for the heart and for avoiding arterial plaque.
    The heart and arteries need magnesium, potassium, Coenzyme Q10, and vitamin C.

    Sulfur (MSM) Our bodies need it for multiple reasons. It is not found in the soil as much in recent times. Thousands of years ago it was far more prevalent. Sulfur is the fountain of youth.


    I take it everyday. I am 46 and people think I am 34. I take 8 grams of MSM Sulfur every day! best supplement to keep your skin young and kills fungus in the body…fungus is one of the causes of Cancer and skin disease. I love Sulfur mineral!


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  • My cousin had wls 2 years ago (after having a lung embolism at age 25). She lost so much weight in so little time! (From 130kg to 65 kg in 6 months) I was honestly deeply jealous, but I’ve never been overweight enough to qualify for wls.
    For her, so far, it has been good. She left her terrible bf and got a new one. They’re getting married in november (maybe a bit fast). She’s gained alot of self confidence. It might have been the right solution for her,cause she also suffers from mental impairment and had been subjected to verbal abuse from her father for most of her life. I hope she continues doing well.

    On my end, discovering intuitive eating has helped my mental health. I’m not jealous of her anymore and I just wish her happiness. Part of me still hopes that my body will get smaller through eating more mindfully and more in tune with my body, but who knows?

  • If you wish to slim down, it is best to search Custokebon Secrets on the google search engine. They’ll help you get the body you need.

  • Hello, have you thought about this diet plan known as the Custokebon Secrets? My friend says it helps people lost crazy amounts of weight. Is that possible? I also noticed numerous excellent review about this diet plan. Thoughts?

  • Abbey, dr’s need to do what works to help patients with situations that will shorten there life. Nothing is perfect. You are presenting the downsides of this in a way that is designed to talk people out of it. This is often life saving surgery abbey. You said so in your video in the most blah way possible. This can cause gonsmacking 30 percent drop in mortality. You passed over that like it was nothing. There is nothing unbiased about this. I lost 125 lbs naturally and am so glad I did not get surgery. But I can still see from the perspective of medical professionals that are trying to do something that helps there patients given the general ineffectiveness of reccomending lifestyle change and the fact that obesity especially exetreme obesity kills that this is the right thing to reccomend. Try some other options first but if you keep gaining weight till your over 300lbs it’s time to consider these life saving procedures

  • I had bariatric surgery 14 months ago. It was the best decision I ever made for myself. I was 38 and 315 pounds and losing mobility. My knees hurt all the time. I lost 90% of my excess weight and have been maintaining at 160 for 2 months. I am not thin and about 15 pounds from a normal BMI but my body refuses to lose anything else. I also have continued to work with a dietitian and therapist to change my relationship with food. It’s not the easy way out at all. I had a sleeve gastrectomy and do not have any malnutrition issues. Nothing else had worked. The only foods I do not eat are rice, pasta, carbonated drinks and alcohol because they all cause pain and discomfort. I otherwise eat a fairly balanced diet. Therapy is very import both pre and post op and unfortunately many patients do not have access to it or deny that they need it. HAES is a lie when you have a 54 BMI as I did and I wish you’d interviewed a bariatric dietitian instead of a HAES one. I had spent 20 years trying to lose weight in other ways. It isn’t the right choice for everyone but for some people it is the best option for themselves and their own health.

  • Guys. lost a lot of weight does not need to be hard (I used to feel it did). I’ll give you some advice now. Get a popular weight loss method called Custokebon Secrets (google it). Thanks to it I’ve lost crazy amounts of fat. I probably should not even be speaking about it cause I do not really want a lot of other guys out there running the same game but whatever. I’m just simply in a great mood today and so I will share the wealth haha.

  • I’m SO GLAD she mentioned the emotional and psychological aspects of weight and weight loss. So many people suffer from poor self image and self worth from years of being extremely overweight, bullying, emotional abuse, loneliness, sadness, self-loathing and insecurity. Just losing the weight without dealing with that pain can be a setup for failure -especially if they’re having the surgery well into their adult years. If food and eating are your primary coping skill then even when you lose the weight, without changing that you’ll fall back into old unhealthy habits. If you don’t develop healthy coping mechanisms then when life gets rough you will just eat yourself back to your old weight. Food can be a dangerous vice, and until you get control back you’ll always be susceptible to it. As a culture we focus too much on what’s on the outside without ever dealing with the deeper issues hiding underneath.

  • Hello there, I want to know if Custokebon Secrets, will work for me? I see a lot of people keep on speaking about this popular lose weight diet plan.

  • I love the idea around intuitve eating, glad more peopld are expanding on this way. Reminds me of article I saw recently.
    https://balanced-living.org/2020/08/06/consuming-calories-vs-energy/

  • Hi Paul!I am following a 1700 cal diet,goal is losing 15 lbs..should I count veggies or not?I am doing 150 gms carbs,150 gms protein,50 gms fat

  • Has anyone used the Custokebon Secrets to lost a lot of weight? Just do a google search. On there you will discover an awesome suggestions about how you can lost a lot of fat. Why don’t you give it a shot? perhaps it can work for you too.

  • Hello
    Could u do a what I eat in a day on nikki vegan! I would love to see what u think. I recently found her and I enjoy her a lot. Thank u. Keep up the great work!

  • Its simper said than done. If you suffer with adrenal fatigue and hypoglycemia (low sugar levels) its impossible to lose weight by just not eating carbs, you will crash.
    Also hormones als leptin and cortisol play a role.

  • She doesn’t really know anything, just diarrhea of the mouth, she “quotes studies” that she doesn’t even fully understand. she is super soft and looks like she hasn’t exercised at all in years. Not bad if you are a normal person, but she is supposed to be a professional at being healthy, and her body fat % is almost obese.. her best is not good enough, she’s just here to make $. find someone else.

  • Could you possibly review TheChicNatural?:) She recently uploaded a video with what she feeds her 1 year old vegan child. Would love to see what you think of that and of her other content:)

  • I read lots of great reviews on the internet about how exactly Custokebon Secrets can help you lost tons of weight. Has anybody tried using this popular weight loss methods?

  • Hi Abbey, would love to see your thoughts on FatGirlFedUp’s journey. I was inspired by her a lot, but I don’t think she’s had any input from a dietician? Wondering what your thoughts are on her weight loss journey and overall methods. Thanks! Am a big fan! ✨

  • Did he just say 400 to 500 carbs, is that possible, thats a ton of carbs, holy cow, i cant believe he is not 400lbs from those carbs, but i assume they are healthy carbs

  • Has anyone used the Custokebon Secrets to lost tons of weight? Just do a search engine search. On there you will find an awesome tips about how you can lost crazy amounts of weight. Why don’t you give it a shot? perhaps it’ll work for you too.

  • I read many people keep on talking about Custokebon Secrets. But Im uncertain if it’s good. Have you ever tried using this popular lose weight methods?

  • Hi Abbey. I know you’ve spoken about insulin resistance in the past, but would you ever do a video that’s an overview of things that would benefit people with IR. I get a ton of mixed information, the vegans day only a vegan diet will fix it and the keto peeps say only keto can keep it under control

  • Hey! Thank you for this helpful video. By the way, I notice lots of people keep on talking about Custokebon Secrets (just google search it), but I’m not sure if it’s good. Have you considered Custokebon Secrets? I have heard several amazing things about it and my sister lost a lot of weight with it, but she refuses to tell me:(

  • Have you questioned the causality and correlation of many of these studies and the surgery. Many of these studies do no account for the fact that the sub-group who seek out major surgery may have these pre-existing issues, not a fault of the surgery per say.

  • Diet Plan called Custokebon Secrets kept appearing here on different videos and I thought they were scam. However after my cousin follow it, and finally lost a lot of weight with it without starving herself. I’m persuaded. Do not take my own word for it, search for Custokebon Secrets on the google search engine.

  • Points to meat as a good day burner but doesn’t aknowledge it’s negative effects on the body such as inflammation, cholesterol and tightening of the arteries. Also white meat is a class 2 Carcinogen. One class below red meat and Cigarettes

  • If a discussion on weight loss surgery triggers you, you aren’t gonna make it through the rest of 2020 (assuming you’ve made it this far) geez

  • i have been doing intermittent fasting for the last 8 weeks and i have gained weight. my belly is larger and so is my waist. im starting menopause and have been taking Tamoxifen for the last 4 years. i dont understand my body, i exercise 4-5 a week and eat very low carb. what am i doing wrong?? i only eat in a 5 hour period so im sure my calories are in a deficit. pls help me doctor, im just demotivated right now.

  • What is the best way to lost a lot of weight? I read lots of good reviews on the net about how Custokebon Secrets will help you lost a ton of fat. Has any one tried using this popular weight loss method?

  • Always lots of great information you include and Kait definitely will be checking in with you on your YouTube channel. Keep up the great work….eating more whole foods and fewer processed foods have made me successful in the past…now to trim this 8 extra pounds that I am carrying at the moment it means going back to basics. Great reminder.

  • Abbey could you please do a video on Lumen? Whenever I watch your videos I get it advertised and its rather frustrating. I would love to hear the research behind it! Hope you are doing ok x

  • It’s simple eat two good meals a day that are healthy and eat your almonds and salads in between and be active make it a habit and just watch after a month you’ll be surprised

  • If you’re so committed to people not losing weight, how about you gain 400 pounds then talk the same talk.

    It’s seems so condenscending to overweight people I’d imagine hearing all these petite people talk about how they’re (overweight people) fine and don’t need to lose weight.

    How about you try carrying hundreds of pounds of excess weight. Weight is more than beauty or self esteem it also directly impacts one’s health and quality of life.

  • I had the sleeve done 9 years ago and I lost 166 lbs slowly too. I just had my first baby too so yes I gained weight with that but not until my third trimester did I gain a big chunk of the weight. I try to live a healthy lifestyle but sometimes I do like my high crabs and chocolate �� so I have a better relationship with food than when before the surgery where I emotionally ate and binged

  • I read lots of superb opinions on the net about how exactly Custokebon Secrets can help you lost a lot of weight. Has any one tried this popular weight loss diet plan?

  • I work as an RN on a bariatric floor (people recover overnight on our floor after having lap sleeve gastrectomies and Roux-En-Ys, among other surgeries). I’ve only been on this floor for a year and I’m certainly not the most knowledgable about these surgeries, but EVERY nurse with bariatric experience will tell you: do not get this surgery. There are so many awful complications. Your diet is so limited for so long, both before and after. You have to lose weight in order to have the surgery (it is not only those who are “very morbidly obese”, many patients are just generally overweight)if you can be motivated to do this, it seems far better to continue that path than a surgery which will limit your life in so many ways, permanently. Sure, there are success stories. You can find them below. But for every success story, there are just as many who aren’t sharing their return to the hospital weeks, months, even years later. I can usually pick which patients will end up back with complicationsthese are the patients who ignore our advice; who have untreated anxiety and depression; who find the pain unbearable; who are unmotivated to push themselves to walk after surgery. I’m not blaming the patients for these traits, but I wish the screening process was more stringent, because no one benefits from post-op complications. And many complications have nothing to do with the patient but are just the risk of getting a surgeryinfection, error, etc.This is not a miracle surgery. I would argue it does not save lives. It gives a seemingly quick-fix that is like making a deal with a fairy/genie… you don’t know what you’re signing up for.

  • Could you possibly do a video on building muscle and intuitive eating. I cant find anyone who will talk about were these two come together. You’re either intuitive eating and going for a gentle walk, or supper obsessed with Macros, micros, and calorie count and busting your ass in the gym.

  • I went on a pure whole foods Vegan diet in 2016. I knew that the protein was low, and not as bio-available as other animal based proteins. The results were, I lost muscle like crazy, my hair started to shed like crazy, and people commented on how terrible I looked and told me….” Tony, I don’t know what you’re doing, but whatever it is…..STOP! ” I’m a fan of whole foods diets, but pure Vegan…hmmm, not such a fan of anymore. Thank you.

  • I’d love to see a video that breaks down macros. What they do individually and together, and the ideal points in the day to load up for sustained energy and nutrient absorption. You talk about it a lot in your videos, but it would be nice to have a video covering it all at once.