intermittent fasting, Snacking & Weight Loss Habits- Marc Bubbs, ND CSCS


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  1. I'm (30 pound over) having trouble switching to fat burning – tried a 48 hour water fast recently to trigger fat burning but I quickly developed a brain fog and a little headache which never went away but gradually got worse.. I'm now continuing with 14 hours of fasting every day, but could there be reason that the switch doesn't happen for me??

  2. THANK YOU..! Mike Mutzel…thank you for being the voice that keeps bringing us information from the professionals who add reliable information that we can consider to optimize our own health! <3

  3. Mike, you're such a great interviewer. You ask in depth questions but find a way to simplify it for those people that don't know as much. Great Video and great interview. Dr. Bubbs is a very knowledgeable and trustworthy source, too. Happy Holidays to yourself and your family 🙂

  4. What about so called hyper-responders? Would you consider high serum cholesterol an issue if all other markers were normal and using the Iranian formula the ratio was right?

  5. Just watch the short 6 minute youtube cartoon called "The Town of Allopath" in order to fully understand why the politician on the elevator will most likely just politely thank you and promise to look into your suggestion.
    The video clearly shows the real situation and the true valid reasons why continuing the current long established insane policies makes perfect short term sense to the people that run the country and many (perhaps most) other people.

  6. WTF? This guy still believes in Calorie = Weight Gain theory? The fat in adipose tissue is synthesize from Glucose, not fat. This process is called Lipogenesis. Dietary fat do not get stored as body fat. If we eat more fat our body require, the excess fats simply got dump in the colon. Which is why our stool tend to float after a particularly fatty meal.

    Go listen to Dr. Jason Fung explaining the biochemistry of glucose fat metabolism.

  7. You could do an entire video on the "Eat Low, Train Low" concept. If I understand it, it's the idea of training later in the day, doing training that really depletes glycogen (HIIT, Crossfit, etc), then training again the following morning, fasted?, without having had a post-workout meal the day before, so that you're training with only whatever glycogen you've been able to metabolize in the intervening hours?


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