Message to Friends April 6, 2019
You've most likely heard about the enormous popularity in recent years of both the "paleo" diet, as well as the "keto"
diet. But I've noticed that most people don't have a good understanding of the differences between them, as they can
actually be quite different.
You see, a "paleo" diet has no specific macronutrient ratios that you're striving for as a goal. It's more of a framework
of eating healthy by choosing foods that have the longest history of human consumption from the hunter-gatherer
ages (meat, fish, eggs, nuts, fruits, roots, veggies), while minimizing foods like grains, vegetable oils, sugar, and
legumes that humans only began eating large amounts of after the agricultural revolution.
So, a Paleo diet could actually be either high-carb OR low-carb depending on each person's food choices. A Paleo
diet could also be high in foods like meat and fish, OR it could even be low in meat/fish but based almost entirely
around fruits, veggies, nuts, seeds and roots. The macronutrient ratio of protein, carbs and fat can vary widely on a
paleo diet and there is no "exact" ratio.
On the other hand, a Keto Diet (aka, ketogenic diet) is extremely high fat, extremely low carb, and moderate in
protein. A general macronutrient ratio recommended on a keto diet is around 70-80% of calories from fat, 15-20%
from protein, and less than 5% from carbs. The general goal of keto is to train your body to run exclusively on fats
instead of being a carb-burner.
A keto diet tends to be a much more strict type of diet in that people are aiming for very specific macronutrient ratios
and very little carbs at all, whereas a Paleo diet can range anywhere from low-carb to high-carb depending on the
individual's goals. Many people find a keto diet very satisfying due to the high fat content, so they report that they
have no cravings at all, and find fat loss to be easy.
Strict ketogenic diets are also being used in medical research to help control cancer and even shrink tumors. It can
be used to help prevent cancer too, since frequent high blood sugar feeds cancer cells, so running your body on fat
and keeping very low blood sugar levels can essentially starve cancer cells over time. However, it's just ONE tool in
the fight against cancer, and not a cure-all by any means, so should be used in combination with other treatments,
whether one chooses traditional or alternative treatments.
Keto diets also have plenty of evidence that they help to reverse type 2 diabetes as we wrote about in this article... In
addition, there is even on-going research into the benefits of a keto diet for helping to slow or reverse Alzheimer's as
However, with all of this said...
The #1 problem with keto that many people talk about is they can't bear the thought of reducing their carbs THAT
much and not being able to indulge in some of their favorite foods. Plus, eating pure ketogenic for TOO LONG can
potentially cause lower Thyroid levels for some people (but not all)...
Well, my good friend and rapid fat loss expert Joel Marion recently created and used a new rapid 14-day version of
the ketogenic diet—utilizing 4 specific "super fats"—to completely transform his body in record time...
However, he utilized strategically-timed "keto carbs", so that you can still enjoy carbs at certain times during this 14-
day rapid fat loss plan...
Well, it's EASIER to follow than a pure strict keto diet, but still gives you a lot of the benefits of the keto diet, without
the drawbacks of lower Thyroid levels, feeling deprived, etc. In fact, Joel himself used this unique 14-day variation of
Keto to get these results:
It all started by eating the 4 SUPER FATS below at the right time over a very short 14 day period (a few of them are
probably in your kitchen right now)...
4 SUPER FATS that incinerate unwanted belly fat in just 14 days
To your rapid results in the next 14 days!
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The ad for a special Keto diet may have some disadvantages. For example, if people were to follow their advice and
realize that they have been lied to all of these years, this might cause them to also wonder if they have been lied to
about other things as well. They might ask a retired doctor like Bill Deagle MD as I did and find out that Statins
increase the chance of Alzheimer's Disease by 240%. If they stop taking Statins as a result, then this would mean
that the drug industry would see their $30 billion statin industry dry up rapidly. But then where would they get their
money to do research on more "real cures"? If they don't have the money, their stocks will also drop thus making a lot
of investors in big pharma unhappy. Also, people would live longer and in health which would hurt the booming
business in "memory care facilities" where they are now warehousing the victims of statins who have come down with
Alzheimer's disease. This path could also cause doctors to miss payments on their yachts which would cause the
price of yachts to plummet to the point where one could afford a yacht by the money that they saved by stopping the
statins, the Beta Blockers, ACE inhibitors for high blood pressure, levothryoxine (which is a man-made version of
thyroid hormone, antibiotics for treating ear infections when a probiotic would do a better job at a lower price. Drug
companies would go out of business and hospitals would close. The government would have to pay Social Security to
many more people who survived the lies that their doctors told them.
The updated edition of Ken Berry's book is coming out at the end of this month:
Lies My Doctor Told Me Second Edition: Medical Myths That Can Harm Your Health
by Ken Berry and Gary Fettke | Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC | Apr 30, 2019
Dr. Ken Berry is here to dispel the myths and misinformation that have been perpetuated by the medical and food
industries for decades.
This updated and expanded edition of Dr. Berry's bestseller "Lies My Doctor Told Me" exposes the truth behind all
kinds of "lies" told by well-meaning but misinformed medical practitioners. Nutritional therapy is often overlooked in
medical school, and the information provided to physicians is often outdated. However, the negative consequences
on your health remain the same. Advice to avoid healthy fats and stay out of the sun has been proven to be
detrimental to longevity and wreak havoc on your system. In this book, Dr. Berry will enlighten you about nutrition and
life choices, their role in our health, and how to begin an educated conversation with your doctor about finding the
right path for you.
This book will teach you:
how doctors are taught to think about nutrition and other preventative health measures, and how they should be
how the Food Pyramid and MyPlate came into existence and why they should change
the facts about fat intake and heart health
the truth about the effects of whole wheat on the human body
the role of dairy in your diet
the truth about salt—friend or foe?
the dangers and benefits of hormone therapy
new information about inflammation and how it should be viewed by doctors
Come out of the darkness and let Ken Berry be your guide to optimal health and harmony!
Do you see how bad clearing up these lies will be?
Remember, there are reasons why these lies were made up and reasons why we should continue to tell these lies.
The medical schools still tell them. Don't you think that they know what they are doing? Think of the economic impact
before you send out messages about "health". Sure, a few tens of millions of people might not get Alzheimer's and its
frequency of occurrence might go back to what it was before statins were invented. That is all well and good and
seems beneficial overall. But think of the nurses and doctors that might end up on welfare. How about the Cancer
Clinics of America where my friend quit because she couldn't stand the fact that they were prescribing Chemo when
other methods had been shown to perform better. Don't worry...they silenced her with a form of dementia that
prevented her from spreading the word while her breast cancer grew and took her life.
How about Aseem Malhotra who blabbed about how the Medical Industry conducts their business in a European
Parliament meeting. Would you sell this fellow life insurance if you were Mutual of Omaha?
Super session in the 2-hour European Parliament meeting - so many issues raised by Dr. Aseem Malhotra, MEP
Nathan Gill, Sir Richard Thomson, Professor Hanno Pijl and Sarah Macklin. Now edited with HD footage and clear
Oh, the pain...