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Visual Impact Kettlebells

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Will lowering fat, lower my Testosterone levels?

There have been studies showing that drastically increasing dietary fats, will cause a small increase in testosterone levels. The negatives of this approach is the increased possibility of clogged arteries which can lead to heart disease, ED, etc. The body only needs a modest amount of fat for optimal hormone function. 

Here's a recent testimonial from our Facebook group: "After following this style of eating for quite a few months, and going from lean to shredded, I was pretty concerned about my T levels, so I went and got them checked. I'm 35 years old, sport single-digit body fat (from following this eating strategy), and my T levels were 815ng/DL. That would put me in the high reference range of natural testosterone levels for any age group."

Don't carbs cause type 2 diabetes?

It is excess fat clogging up insulin receptors that creates insulin resistance. This increases the potential for diabetes. If fat is drastically reduced, the body needs to release less insulin to get the job done. This is why type 2 diabetes is almost unheard of in places like Okinawa where fats are kept extremely low and where carbs are the main fuel source.

But isn’t sugar the exact thing that spikes insulin production and unlocks the cell, making it able to store energy as fat?

Yes, insulin is a storage hormone that is stimulated by the increase of blood sugar levels. That is a good thing because the blood sugar should be level - neither too high, nor too low. Insulin directs the nutrients from food into the body’s cells. 

However, when the food consumed is low in fat, the insulin spike will not result in the body storing dietary fat as body fat to any significant degree. Remember, carbs primarily get stored as glycogen. It is the dietary fat that gets stored as body fat. This is why societies who limit fat typically don't have issues with obesity. 

What if carbs make me feel bloated?

Whenever there is an increase in fiber compared to what you have been eating, the body needs to adjust. This is especially true when coming from a low carb low fiber diet. Additional fiber may make you feel bloated at first, but then the body adapts. Fiber feeds the beneficial bacteria in your gut which helps you digest all food better.

Fiber not only helps to increase healthy gut bacteria, it can reduce the chances of getting certain types of cancer. Recent studies have also shown that fiber has the potential to slow the aging process. Those on a high fiber diet have longer telomeres than people who eat very little fiber.

Is this a vegan diet?

This way of eating works well whether you are a vegan or include meat in your diet. Mark is vegan and Rusty is not. Our Facebook Group has a mix of people getting awesome results with vegan and non-vegan approaches. This is easy to follow with either style of eating.

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