What’s it like to only eat meat? And how is this kind of diet helping thousands around the world?
In this episode we talk about:
What kind of benefits the carnivore diet brings to the table
The kinds of diseases these zero-carb cure
Go in-depth into the history and science of why they work
Enjoy the ride!
People and Content Mentioned:
00:15 How long ago has zero-carb and keto science been around for?
00:47 Shawn Backer and how he’s influenced the zero-carb diet.
03:27 Rethinking what humans are and humans as facultative carnivores.
05:08 How Zero-carb is technically a ketogenic diet and the non-importance of counting macros.
07:00 What does it mean to be in Keto?
08:51 How accurate is the blood prick to the pee test for measuring ketone levels.
09:23 What do you need to do to jump right into the diet.
18:30 Travis’ thoughts on “everybody’s bodies is different”.
19:40 Evolutionary mismatch. The science of diabetes and how 92% of americans are overfat.
23:20 What is lactic acid and why does it cause cancer? What Travis learned in The Metabolic Theory Of Cancer.
35:15 Allan Savory and holistic farming - how animals restore land.
39:24 Lierre Keith - an ex-vegan who wants to restore the land from turning into giant deserts.
41:49 Brandon’s experience going full Keto diet and who is the carnivore diet for. Any problems it could cause?
46:50 Testing inflammation foods and how they pinpoint problem foods. Turning from vegan to carnivore.
50:40 What kind of diseases would exist if we found beings from other worlds?
52:50 John Lilly - the doctor who learned how to talk to dolphins?
54:05 How Travis uses science to defend his stance on the ketogenic diet.
55:56 How a lot of nutrition is because of economics. Travis explains how big food used organizations to lie to the public.
59:00 Seed oils - What they are, their history and the problems they cause. Check out r/StopEatingSeedOils.
1:06:52 Tucker Goodrich - blogger on health and how he deep dives into animal studies.
1:08:10 ISEO - the trade company that Travis is researching for their involvement in nutrition science.
1:10:00 Big Fat Surprise - includes a chapter on seed oils, the original science that produced the high saturated fat hypothesis that causes heart disease.
1:11:15 The Case Against Sugar - 8/10 slaves in the new world are involved in sugarcane production.
1:12:40 How a chapter in The Case Against Sugar explains how tobacco companies soaked all their tobacco leaves in sugar to make it more addictive.
1:15:00 How third world countries are being sold cigarettes and junk food.
1:19:01 How Travis became the mod of ketoscience.
1:25:00 Don’t be a soyboy - How Soy can affect you.
1:27:18 How to win a free trip to Argentina.
1:31:12 How to get cheap and good beef from fast food restaurants.
1:36:25 Chickens - Facts and what happened when everybody switched to white meat.
1:38:28 How ketosis makes you eat less and the breakfast myth.
1:39:15 The history of kellogg's.
1:42:00 Konstantin Monastyrsky’s Fiber Menace - Is fiber good for us?
1:50:50 The science behind plants and how their defenses may affect us.
1:55:48 What types of diseases is keto great for?
1:56:33 Talking about the author of Grain Brain and how people view him