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Replay: Intermittent Fasting with Dr Michelle Woolhouse & Dr Veronique Chachay

Oct 18, 22

In a world complicated by complex and conflicting diets, Dr. Veronique Chachay shares the differences between intermittent fasting, calorie restricted and time restricted eating and dispels the confusion around the health benefits of these protocols.

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Jan 21, 20

The keto diet is characterised by a high intake of fat, adequate protein and a very low intake of carbohydrate.[1,5] While there are variations on the ratio of macronutrients, the standard ketogenic diet contains approximately 80% fat, 15% protein and 5% carbohydrates.6 Typically, carbohydrates are reduced to less than 50 grams a day in order to allow the body to utilise fat instead of glucose as its main source of energy.

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Ketones: The Fourth Macronutrient with Dr Dominic D'Agostino

Aug 26, 19

Today we are joined by Dr Dominic D'Agostino, a leading keto nutrition researcher who takes us through the growing body of evidence for ketone-focused clinical interventions.

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May 08, 19

In this educational event, Prof Dominic D’Agostino focuses on nutritional ketosis (NK) research and how we can harness this physiological state to improve neurological health, biomarkers of metabolic health and stress resilience.

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Counteracting Insulin Resistance with a Low Carb, High Fat Diet with Prof Tim Noakes

Jan 10, 18

Prof Tim Noakes joins us on FX Medicine to discuss the value and the science for why a low carb, high fat diet is crucial for insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes and how it can apply to competitive endurance athletes.

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The Ketogenic Diet with Cyndi O'Meara

Jan 03, 18

Today we welcome back nutrition expert Cyndi O'Meara who takes us through the history of keto diets, the clinical relevance of ketosis and the pros and cons of the modern-day use of it. 

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Apr 17, 17

When people hear the word epilepsy, they may immediately think of a person having a seizure, but what is the actual definition of epilepsy? Epilepsy comes from the greek word epilepsia meaning to ‘take hold’ or ‘to seize’.

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