How your blood panel values respond to a Ketogenic diet presented by Jeff Volek, PhD, RD

Today’s video is presented by Jeff Volek, PhD, RD. He has been on the Ketogenic diet and researching the diet for 15 years.

Jeff Volek talks about research he has done an other research that shows how a diet high in fat, moderate in protein and low in carbohydrates causes positive changes in blood lipids. His talk makes it clear that this way of eating is quite healthy.

He explains the health markers such as Cholesterol. He places more importance on inflammation.

I found it helpful to follow along using the Transcripts.

He is a co-author of the book, The New Atkins For a New You.

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