Oct 6, 2021
This is an interesting episode that features Chris Irvin, M.S.
who actually interviewed me on his podcast:
Keto Answers. Chris is a health researcher, writer, and
educator focusing on the impact of low carb and keto diets on
health and human performance.
Chris has a master’s degree in exercise and nutrition science
and spent his time in graduate school studying and conducting
ketogenic research. Chris is the creator of the brand The
Ketologist, which is known for producing social media
infographics and educational health content. He is the author of
Keto Answers, Mommy Do I Have to Eat This?, and is the education
manager at Perfect Keto.
Check out his website: https://www.theketologist.com/
In the episode, we discuss what happened over a 40-year period
that changed our food industry to this day, the problem with
nutrition epidemiological studies, why a plant-based diet bias
exists and how that’s negatively affecting us, why counting
calories is ineffective and what to focus on instead, satiety
signals, and so much more. You’ll also hear more about my story,
Food Lies and how this differs from other nutritional documentaries
(4:40) Brian’s background
(7:35) Where Brian likes to eat in Austin,
(9:04) How Brian came up with his tagline for Food
(10:04) Brian’s approach in Food Lies
(10:52) The science on ancestral nutrition principles
and how it applies today
(12:51) What happened during a 40-year period in our
history that’s still impacting us today
(14:40) Gary Taubes’ thoughts on what went
(17:48) Vitamin K activating vitamin D
(18:15) The inherent problems with epidemiological
(19:53) An interesting nutrition study on kids and
(21:20) The plant-based diet bias and why this exists
and how it’s still being perpetuated today
(24:17) Why are people continuing to use
epidemiological studies if they have problems?
(24:55) The impact of Big Food getting involved in our
(27:35) How bad hospital food is nutritionally and why
it’s like this
(30:33) Why we’re in this mess
What can we do to fix this problem?
(40:22) What’s the story with calories?
The satiety levels in food and why this should be more of a
(49:59) Is it true that obese people have poor appetite
(53:21) The problem with counting calories
(54:38) Protein satiety signaling
(56:58) The difference between carbs and fats for
(59:31) Does the glycemic response and blood sugar play
a role in satiety?
(1:06:07) Why high omega-6 and seed oil consumption are
the biggest problem
(1:11:30) The problems with seed oils
(1:12:20) Metabolic status and taking daily habits into
(1:16:59) More about Brian’s documentary Food Lies,
including why he started this project, what he hopes to achieve
with it, and more
(1:19:25) What would success look like for his
(1:24:46) Brian also shares whether he’s been censored
on social media for his work on his documentary
(1:29:32) How you can support Brian’s work and his
documentary Food Lies
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