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58 views • October 31, 2018

What Should My Fat Intake Be On a Keto Diet? — Dr. Eric Westman

Adapt Your Life
Adapt Your Life
Check out this video as Dr. Westman answers the questions YOU had regarding fat intake and setting weight goals. If you learned something and found this video helpful, sign up to our mailing list for more: www.adaptyourlife.com Questions: Anne 2:58 Is the amount of fat a goal or a limit? I read about all these people struggling to meet fat goals. I've been on Keto and intermittent fasting since January (10 months) and I've lost 65 pounds, so I think I'm doing well. Pete 3:56 How much fat is too much? Just enough to ward off hunger? Darren 4:29 I've lost a 100kgs in 3 years, 50% of my body weight, I'm now holding at 102kgs and can't seem to go any lower. How do I know what my normal optimal weight is? Is my body adjusting to the big loss? Ron 5:46 Here's a related question - in the Keto community, there is a debate over how much protein. So, when eating is it better to err on the side of fat or protein? April 6:10 I’m concerned about my fat intake because my cholesterol is 210. Good is low and bad is high. What should I do? I’m at my goal weight. Concerned as I have a family history of heart disease and diabetes on both sides of my family, so I want to continue this lifestyle. What should I do? Sandy 4:42 I aim for high fat. 87f, 10p, 3c. I do Keto for epilepsy. Not weight loss.
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