10: Autoimmune Disease, Constipation, And Supplements On Keto

10: Autoimmune Disease, Constipation, And Supplements On Keto


It’s another great day of podcasting for you today at one of the hottest new nutritional health podcasts called Keto Talk with Jimmy Moore & The Doc (listen and leave a review for the show on iTunes HERE). Our cohosts are 10-year veteran health podcaster and international bestselling author Jimmy Moore from “Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb” and Arizona osteopath and certified bariatric physician Dr. Adam Nally from “Doc Muscles” sharing their knowledge all about low-carb, moderate protein, high-fat, ketogenic diets. We’ve been overwhelmed with the incredible support we’ve received from our listeners since debuting in January and we look forward to continuing to answer the most pressing questions about ketosis. In case you’ve missed any of first nine episodes so far, be sure to listen to Episode 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6, 7, 8, and 9. Listen in today as Jimmy and Adam bring more ketogenic diet information for you today in Episode 10!

KEY QUOTE: “Insulin itself turns up the inflammatory drive of the body. This is why a ketogenic diet is needed to lower insulin, and thus inflammation.” — Dr. Adam Nally

Here’s what Jimmy and Adam talked about in Episode 10:
– What Jimmy and Adam would sound like if they podcast 20 years
The autoimmune disease woes of the late Glenn Frey
– What is the deal with constipation on a ketogenic diet?
– How too much protein and not enough fiber can stop bowels
– Are there any supplements that people should take on keto?
– B Vitamins, Vitamin D, and magnesium are critical basics
– Get Adam’s new KetoEnhance supplement at DocMuscles.com
– The importance of the 2-hour postprandial blood sugar reading

KEY QUOTE: “Don’t eat bran, eat fat!” — Jimmy Moore

Plus, don’t miss our question from the Keto Talk Mailbox:
First of all, I love your new question and answer podcast. I feel I am fairly discerning of what podcasts I listen to, and you guys do a great job.

I have started testing foods for my ketogenic lifestyle. I check my blood sugar before eating the food in question, one hour after and two hours after. How high of a number would be too high to say that that food should be avoided?  My morning ketones are usually around 1.1. My fasting glucose upon awakening is usually 85 to 89. I just started Keto 3 weeks ago.

If it is a food that I really want to eat, could I mute the elevated glucose by having 20 or 30 g of fat along with it?



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Jimmy Moore from “Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb”
Dr. Adam Nally, DO from DocMuscles.com
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One response to “10: Autoimmune Disease, Constipation, And Supplements On Keto”

  1. erin b says:

    Loved this podcast. Great information. The nitty gritty of glucose information for a non diabetic is interesting. Love these informative chats!!