What do lab grown meat, seed oils and non-caloric sweeteners have in common? They are highly processed and don’t belong in a real food diet, for one! Tune in to hear Ali and Becki discuss frightening new frontiers in the world of lab meats and ultra-processed meat alternatives, why omega 6 oils don’t belong as a staple of your diet and why non-caloric sweeteners still suck!
In this episode, Ali and Becki discuss 3 things that will wreak havoc on your health and how trying to outsmart nature almost always fails. Learn about human cell cultured meats (yuck!) and how ultra-processed meat alternatives can actually be deleterious to your health as well as the health of the planet. Plus hear us discuss favorite fats and updates on why non-caloric sweeteners have no business in your real food keto diet.
Also in this Episode:
- Food-as-Medicine Ketosis Program Starts January 6th!
- Lab Grown Meat
- Episode 42: Transitioning from Vegan
- Episode 51 What the Hell?! A Rebuttal to What the Health
- Episode 162: Holiday Gift Guide and Vegan Rant
- Episode 165: Vegan Diet, A Win For the Processed Food Industry?
- Episode 195: Flatten The Fear and Cracking the Carnivore Code with Guest Paul Saladino
- Episode 208: Wild Fed with Guest Daniel Vitalis
- Episode 217: Beyond Labels with Joel Salatin and Dr. Sina Mccollough
- Sacred Cow: The Case for Better Meat
- Omega 6 Seed Oils
- Our Favorite Fats
- Non-Caloric Sweeteners
- Episode 89: Why I Hate Non-Caloric Sweeteners
- Episode 118: Real Food Keto and Natural Sweeteners
- YouTube Why Non Caloric Sweeteners Suck
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- Gerard C and Vidal H. Impact of gut microbiota on host glycemic control. Front Endocrinol (2019)10:29 doi: 10.3389/fendo.2019.00029
- Sylvetsky AC and Rother KI. Non-nutritive sweeteners in weight management and chronic disease: A review. Obesity (2018)26:635-40. Doi: 10.1002/oby.22139
- Tey SL, Salleh NB, Henry J et al. Effects of aspartame-, monk fruit-, stevia-, and sucrose-sweetened beverages on post-prandial glucose, insulin and energy intake. Int J Obesity (2017)41:450-7 doi: 10.1038/ijo.2016.225
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