KETO- Diabetes Reversal Webinar – Dr. Scott Saunders, M.D. & Joe Barton

September 24, 2019 0 By William Morgan


full webinar we’re gonna give some time
here for attendees to hop on so Dr.
Saunders good morning it looks like
you’re not in traffic today so that’s
nice. No, no. Calm and relaxed. Gotta love LA
traffic huh
No I don’t that’s why I don’t live in LA. Yes. all right so as people are
hopping on here my name is Joel Barton
and with me is Dr. Scott Saunders and
today we’re gonna be talking about keto
the ketogenic diet and diabetes so this
is this is a hot topic that’s been
trending upward for the last year to two
years I would say and before we get
started I just want to give a quick
disclaimer that this information is
being made available and I’m out of
breath because I was running up the
stairs
preparing last second here alright this
content on our webinar is made available
for informational and educational
purposes only and is not intended to be
a substitute for professional medical
advice diagnosis or treatment always
seek the advice of your physician or
other qualified health provider with any
questions you may have regarding your
medical conditions all right so we have
to say that why is that well because the
things that we talk about are generally
applicable but each person might have a
different situation in which they need a
specific help in applying that
information to their case so people
people who just start fasting because
they quit eating and and they’re
injecting insulin and they get low blood
sugar and they then they have worse
problems because they they listen to the
vet advice yeah so it’s important that
you apply each theme that you learned
specifically to you yeah for sure yeah
that’s good
all right well we’ve got a record number
of attendees joining us today which is
great to see we had
over 300 registrations and so we’re
excited that the diabetes reversal
webinar is gaining some momentum and dr.
Saunders you’ve been getting some
feedback from people you haven’t seen or
heard from in years saying they’ve been
watching us yeah people who are old
friends of mine that I haven’t talked to
in a long time one of them sent me a
message on Facebook and said oh I heard
your webinar it was great and I learned
something and I learned that I was doing
the intermittent fasting wrong and now
I’ve switched it it’s working much
better I’ve already lost 3 pounds in
only 4 days so yeah she was really happy
we’re sure well good so a little bit
about why we’re doing this are why we
really want to make an impact with
people we have information that is
helpful to people it helps them to just
live their best life to have better
energy to lose weight to have clearer
brain function and all that goes with
that so diabetes and pre-diabetes and
metabolic diseases are like you know one
of the leading causes of death and and
disease in our country and it is mainly
because of the foods that we’ve been
eating for the last however many years
our whole lives really high
carbohydrates low fats and so today
we’re going to talk about the ketogenic
diet in specific specifically before we
do that a little bit more housekeeping
so if you’re joining us on zoom’ right
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talk here so we’ll start a little bit of
interaction so this webinar really is
for for you the listener and we want to
make ourselves available to answer
questions and help to overcome any
obstacles you might have so yeah thanks
for chiming in Pam good to see you again
and good to ya Columbia South Carolina
never been there but I’m sure it’s
beautiful
we got two in South Carolina this is
great I wonder if you guys know each
other all right we got somebody from
England awesome the motherland and
Garretson South Dakota right up the road
for me I know who that is hello
all right so let’s get started Dr.
Saunders we anytime listeners if you
have a question just go ahead and put it
in actually there’s a Q&A section and
you can type your questions in there and
sometime during the webinar we will get
to your questions and answer them as
best as we can
so Dr. Saunders tell everybody what is
Quito what is the ketogenic diet well
this is actually really funny it’s not
it’s not something new at all in fact
it’s been around for while thousands of
years but hundreds of years and and it
keeps coming and going and in vogue out
of vogue the most recently it was the
Atkins diet and there was a a big hoopla
in the nineteen seventies eighties
nineties about Atkins and dr. Atkins
proposed that people are better off
eating fats and burning fat backs and
and he wrote a book and showed pretty
good reasons for that so people were
yeah eating a high-fat diet and the the
first two weeks of his program was the
ketogenic phase and that’s where you cut
out all carbohydrates so that you can
start using fat for energy a lot of the
problems that happen from that work that
people were eating like they would wake
up and they would have their bacon
sausage and an egg with cheese omelet
and then coffee with coconut coconut oil
in it and and people are kind of doing
the same thing to today it’s this it’s
like the ketogenic diet is not new this
is
something that’s really old and there’s
nothing wrong with it
but the purpose of the ketogenic diet is
to burn fat that’s the idea so normally
we burn carbohydrate that’s our
preferred energy source because it’s a
high octane fuel it works really well
it’s easy to get its ebz for the
mitochondria use it to make it into
energy it’s easy for the cells to use
its carbohydrate is so good sugar is so
simple and easy you get a lot of energy
from it um and it doesn’t require a lot
of enzymes to process it whereas fat is
a little different it has to be broken
down differently and and used in the
mitochondria differently you do get more
energy per pound of fat but it’s still
there’s there’s more machinery that’s
required to do it so the body prefers
carbohydrates so we like carbohydrates
we eat them we eat sugar or eat
carbohydrates we eat starch we like that
stuff and and it gives us quick energy
but the idea that ketogenic diet is
you’re going off with the carbohydrates
so that you start using fat for energy
now there’s one thing that I want to say
about this and that is that most people
when they run out of sugar will start
burning fat most people do but some
people because they have insulin
resistance the insulin is up insulin
blocks you from using fat it tells the
fat cells don’t burn fat and so if you
run out of carbohydrates what are you
gonna burn muscle muscle protein and
protein comes out of your muscles you’re
gonna start burning your protein and so
some people when when they’re especially
in and diabetes kind of situation if
they if they just switch to fast on the
genitals they’ll start burning house
pretty easily hmm very interesting so
you mentioned dr. Atkins I remember him
from several years ago and he was pretty
much high protein medium fat low carb
burn
pretty much right the main yes yeah and
kido is sort of different it’s still low
carb but it’s high fat and mid medium
protein so but okay so I want to touch
on what you were talking about
so that insulin resistance so okay let’s
assume that most people that have died
type 2 diabetes are insulin resistant I
mean that’s pretty much why you get it
right why you get diabetes because your
insulin resistance resistant so is that
one of the reasons why we don’t
specifically teach keto in the diabetes
solution kit which have been a copy of
right here we don’t teach keto strictly
in in this and can you talk a little bit
more about that what is the difference
that we teach okay so the difference is
we actually use carbohydrates and so the
the the initial stages are not a
completely wiping out your carbohydrates
here you’re actually eating some 20
grams is not much it’s not enough for
your body to live on in the whole day
but it gives a chance for you to reduce
the insulin resistance still have a
little carbohydrate and start burning
fat on a more consistent basis instead
of a set of jumping right in and
possibly because of insulin resistance
starts burning protein so so it’s a
little slower in getting into getting
ketogenic and actually ketogenic is good
for you that’s nothing wrong with that
by itself it’s just if what diabetes
might might burn protein instead of fat
which is not necessarily good for sure
okay yeah that makes sense so how long
does it typically take somebody to
switch over it let’s say their insulin
resistance it’s probably different for
each person but let’s say they have type
2 diabetes and they start this low-carb
diet 20 grams in phase 1 how long does
it typically take to convert your body’s
fuel from carbs to fat
that’s the best of funny thing about it
there’s no typically because it’s the
variation is really why some people
within three days they are starting to
burn fat their insulin resistance is
down and and and they’re not and their
blood Sugar’s are dropping low and
they’re starting to pull sugar into
their their cells more but that’s within
three a some people I’ve had people take
nine days on a more strict diet less
than 20 gram carbohydrates but if if you
look at like marathon runners so
marathon runners typically carbo-load
they’re going to just pound the
carbohydrates so that they can load up
the glycogen in their cells because they
want that quick energy so that they can
endure for long periods of time and when
Nike was putting on a two hour marathon
they were trying to actually get
somebody to run a two hour marathon they
were looking at what is the best way
what’s the best way to use energy in a
marathon they found what they wanted was
80% other energy should come from fat
and 20% from carbohydrates so so they
changed from a sugar burning metabolism
to fat burning pedals and those runners
took about two weeks before they were
able to burn fat efficiently and
effectively lose two weeks on an
essentially a ketogenic very low
carbohydrate diet so it’s highly
variable okay yeah good no all right so
one of the I guess myths or misnomers
about keto is that you can go into
ketoacidosis by not eating enough carbs
or you know like that’s that’s something
I think that you might hear from
traditional medicine where they warn
people like be careful because you can
get yeah ketoacidosis which is really
bad but isn’t that more related to type
1
and not so much a risk for someone with
type 2 or explain Zack okay so
ketoacidosis means your blood is acidic
and you have these ketone bodies which
are also acids in in the blood and what
it means is in in terms of type type 1
diabetes when you don’t have enough
insulin you can’t get sugar into the
cells so there’s two things that are
happening one your blood sugar is really
high like 500 600 plus it’s like 800
I’ve seen but way high blood sugars and
then at the same time you’re burning fat
so you have all this sugar and you’re
burning fat and you’re only burning fat
because you don’t have any insulin to
get sugar into your cells to start
burning the the carbohydrates so so
that’s ketoacidosis and that’s a
dangerous situation because because it
really is a lack of energy and there’s
not enough insulin to get the the energy
into the cells
now remember type 2 diabetes this is the
opposite problem it’s completely
opposite you don’t need to worry about
ketoacidosis at all in fact ketoacidosis
in terms of type 2 diabetes is a good
thing remember it’s the opposite when
you have ketoacidosis in type 2 diabetes
what that means is you’ve switched from
a sugar burning metabolism to a
fat-burning metabolism and and that
allows you to start using up all those
stored calories of fat that you’ve had
for so many years and it decreases your
insulin resistance over time so the all
of the the markers for type 2 diabetes
improve with ketoacidosis whereas type 1
diabetes is it’s not good yeah okay
could you talk a little bit about
measuring our blood specifically blood
glucose I mean most people with diabetes
or blood sugar issues are probably
measuring their blood sugars
regularly but talk about ketone bodies
as well and measuring those and and
whether you recommend that for people oh
good idea okay so one of the ways to
know if you’re making ketones is to
actually measure them now there’s those
little glucometers that you can measure
your blood glucose well they also have
ketone meters where you can measure your
blood ketones there’s another way to do
it the way I’ve always done it is with
the urine test first thing in the
morning you pee on the little strip and
it turns either you know pink to purple
depending on how much ketones you have
and people argue that the ketones are
not always excreted in the urine that
you’re using them for energy and and the
blood is more consistent measurement for
how much ketones you actually have and
and that’s true there’s nothing that
that’s actually right however knowing
that you have ketones and what your
general basic level of ketones are the
urine is a fine way of doing that so
overnight everybody should be burning
fat and making ketones that should just
be a normal process whether you have
diabetes or not so so in the morning on
a ketone strip you should have at least
a little bit of ketones in the urine the
ideal during the phase one in our
program is to is to increase those
ketones to the moderate to high range so
that all of your energy or most of your
energy is coming from fat and that’s a
good sign that your insulin resistance
has dropped down so it takes a while to
get there for some people some people
they’re going gosh I measure my ketones
everyday and they’re not coming down
well you know your poly burning proteins
so one of the one of the recommendations
if you’re bringing proteins is to start
exercising because exercise will tell
your
– hold on to your proteins and allow and
start the fat burning process faster so
so some people you know they that
they’re working side by side with
somebody else and they’re doing all the
same things eating all the same things
and one of them is going like wow first
day I’m getting ketones in my ear and
the other person is is like a week and
they’re still not getting ketones and
usually it’s because they’re burning fat
mm-hmm yeah all right well so I want to
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good questions coming in here as well
and I think it’d be a good time to get
one going here so Alan asks us all right
I’m having a bad problem with
carbohydrate craving after eating my
meal which would be proteins and good
carbs and vegetables is there anything I
can eat to stop these cravings oh you
want me to answer that okay okay so I
have that issue too I mean I am to me a
meals not done unless I’ve had
kind of carbohydrate especially likes
pleats are really good and dessert I
don’t know I tried bread for a while and
yeah that works too so one of the things
that I found are cold crunchy things
really work so carrots or celery and if
you have them already cut up in your
refrigerator it works well otherwise
you’re looking around to God you look at
the big celery stock you know it’s it’s
too much work to cut it up and but so if
you have if you have something like
carrots or celery in in the refrigerator
already cut up and you crunch on those
and that’s worked really well for me in
the past just having something the other
thing is I just put it off like I wait
for ten or fifteen minutes and it kind
of goes away and then then I drink water
and that helps me to it’s it’s not easy
because I you know I crate stuff after
me like I do I crave chocolate so I
found that if I have like a dark just
one small piece of dark chocolate
like 75% cacao or whatever like just a
little square you know not like a whole
candy bar but just a square doesn’t have
many carbs in it kind of satisfies that
craving so maybe we can melt a little
that dip some carrots in it and then you
know crunchy carrots and chocolate I’ve
also heard yeah water for sure a lot of
times you just yeah your body is still
be dehydrated but and then some salt I
like some Himalayan pink Himalayan salt
a lot of times that will help stop
cravings as well all right let’s see
there is another question let me see I
can find it here where’s the chat okay
gonna scroll a little bit
okay all right Sandra has a question she
says I had my fasting insulin test and
it was low does that mean I’m type one
diabetic oh no no it depends the fasting
insulin now that’s a really good
question
because if you’re fasting you should not
be making insulin and and that’s really
important because insulin is is a very
important hormone you have to have it to
get sugar into your cells but when when
you’re fasting when you haven’t eaten
anything you want that to be down to
zero is even close to zero as possible
so if you’re low like one two three then
that that’s mostly okay and so the way
to know if you’re like type 1 diabetic
you don’t have enough insulin is it’s
best to do a it’s called a c-peptide
level the c-peptide is a part of the
insulin that’s not used but it stays
around for a long time so instead of
being like the insulin will go up
instantly and go down instantly and so
it’s constantly in motion whereas the
c-peptide is more stable and gives you a
general idea of how much insulin your
your pancreas is producing
over a day and and that that tells you
whether you needed this or okay well
that sounds like good news for Sandra
then your test came back low and that’s
what you wanted for that insulin so
that’s great good news all right so I
want to ask another question for our
listeners if you’re listening live put
in the chat tell us your reason why why
are you interested in quito and and type
2 diabetes reversing diabetes like what
is it what is it what’s your big biggest
motivator for why you are looking to
improve your health and I’ll share mine
real quick so last summer I was playing
basketball with my son in the backyard
and I had a new pair of shoes and the
shoes didn’t support my feet very well
being in my mid-40s I think
things start to break down a little bit
I’m just gonna make that excuse on edge
but anyways I I developed plantar
fasciitis like right away after that so
the shoes just whatever didn’t support
my arches and started having a lot of
pain in my heels and in plantar
fasciitis so that plus that that was a
big reason for me to go a little carb
and basically I did the ketogenic diet
for four months I started like the day
after Thanksgiving and I noticed within
two or three days that my pain levels
went like from you know ninety percent
diminished so I had very little pain and
stiffness and my feet were way better my
brain fog was gone I’m like my energy
levels were better I slept better so
there’s just a lot of reasons why like
for me personally like that I like to do
low carb not saying I do it all the time
but when you know I know that I can I
can do that I don’t have diabetes but
it’s healthy for everyone to eat low
carb regardless and you can feel the
benefits so I’d love to hear from other
people type in the chat tell us what is
your reason why it’s important that you
know that and and share that with people
too so I don’t know if I’m seen any yet
but come on now let’s get a little
discussion going here and also if you
have a question feel free to type that
in the Q&A box down below
and alright who’s who’s gonna be brave
and share their why doctor signers
what’s your reason why well because when
i’m 110 years old i still want to be
running around and enjoying myself and
having a good time my my overall idea is
i don’t want to be declining i don’t
want to have as i want i don’t mind
getting older but i don’t want to get
old and and so i work in a nursing home
and a medical director of nursing
contact where i am right now and i take
care of a lot of people who decline
and you know I look at them and I say
okay about one-third of them if we were
to put them on like our program the
diabetes reversal program about one
third of them would probably be able to
leave and be independent and go out and
enjoy life but they don’t really have
the the ability to do that anymore
because you lose your ability so I don’t
want to lose my abilities I want to keep
my brain my grandfather had Alzheimer’s
disease I don’t want that so I looked up
what’s the best way to avoid Alzheimer’s
disease well the number one cause of
Alzheimer’s is metabolic problems like
diabetes we’re gonna actually have one a
couple couple weeks right we’re gonna
talk about Alzheimer’s and diabetes we
kept next week
okay so so I want to avoid that so
that’s why I keep as healthy as I can
awesome yeah that’s good it’s it’s
important to have your reason why like
write it on you know sticky notes and
put it around to remind you if it’s not
already evident but you know the reason
you’re doing this you know for a lot of
people is just again to feel better and
to to have that energy and just to be
your best self because you know yeah we
only go we only have one life to live I
think that was the so property yes for
the days of our lives I don’t know but
you know why not live you know the the
most vibrant healthy life you can and
you know when you combine fasting and
eating healthy nutritious high nutrient
density foods low carbs you know you’re
feeling great and you think more clearly
you can be way more productive and just
experience life all the more and you
know increase your likelihood of living
to a ripe old age without getting and
feeling old
like you said yeah all right well good
stuff all right so another common
question from with keto is the keto
Lu could you talk about what is the key
to flu and why do people get it and how
do we get rid of it okay so so flu-like
symptoms these are people that get
aching all over and they get sometimes
like runny nose sore throat but just
general inflammatory kinds of flu
symptoms and there’s a couple of reasons
for our one is the blood sugar drops low
when you start to make k2 genic diet
you’re not eating any carbohydrates and
it actually takes a while sometimes
three days for your blood sugar to a of
your blood sugar being low for you to
start using fats efficiently and
effectively so some of that comes from
low low blood sugar hypoglycemia
so hyperglycemia causes like brain fog
and dizziness and nausea
I don’t feel well kind of thing I need
to go to bed a lot of that is
hyperglycemic the other issue is when
you’re eating a lot of proteins and fats
if you’re eating saturated fats
especially or omega-6 oils you actually
increase the amount of inflammation in
your body so so the keto flu is a
combination of two things one is
hyperglycemia the other one is
inflammation so to avoid that the way
you do it the way we do it is to have a
low carbohydrate like 20 grams of
carbohydrates so you’re not starting
right off with with zero that you’re you
have a certain amount and you’re not
getting into the hypoglycemia nearly as
much okay good alright another question
alright so dairy is is dairy okay with
keto um as a rule yes so dairy is mostly
tene fat does have carbohydrates so
drinking milk often will take you out of
ketosis some people have to be very
careful with that lactose is a sugar and
it is burned in the body as sugar so by
other kinds of dairy stuff for example
excuse me cheeses yogurts as long as
they might excuse me as long as they
don’t have flavors are mostly proteins
the the sugars are used by the by the
bacteria by the microorganisms that are
making the cheese they burn the sugar
they make some organic acids that
coagulate the proteins and that’s what
we call cheese or yogurt and so a lot of
a lot of dairy is fine mostly in the
cultured kinds of dairy where as
drinking milk probably wouldn’t be as it
would probably take you out of ketosis
most people yeah okay
I know like so kind of related to that
is coffee coffee drinking so in phase
one twenty grams of sugar per day like
you could have a cup of coffee and
ruined go beyond 20 grams pretty easily
if you’re drinking a mocha or if you
even if you’re using like like you said
regular milk has a lot of sugar in it
yeah a lot of these coffee drinks but if
you have straight black coffee with just
half-and-half or heavy cream your carb
count is low and so that’s that’s one
way that people like to have some dairy
yeah that works that works all right
okay another question where did it go
okay doing keto is it safe to do keto
intermittently oh in fact yeah that’s a
great question the answer is yes and in
fact the answer to that is a unqualified
yes
if you’re better off doing keto
intermittently than doing it
consistently consistently doing keto
ketogenesis is is not really healthy for
your body because your you’re using fats
you’re building up fats and a lot of
people who are on the Atkins diet for
long periods of time did get heart
disease mostly because they were
cheating I must say but it’s really hard
to stay on it and so if you’re doing a
ketogenic diet for you know do it for a
month and then you’re off for a month
and then you do it for a month or I
don’t know however you do it it’s
actually much better to do it
intermittently than them to do it
consistently okay yeah good to know so I
guess that’s what I’ve been doing so pat
myself on the back there all right you
know it okay so we have another question
here related to dairy I know many people
on keto eat a lot of dairy is maybe
already asked that oh tolerance of dairy
let’s let’s let’s go back into dairy a
little bit why why are some people not
tolerant of certain kinds of dairy um
there’s various reasons that the two
main reasons are one the sugar lactose
so that that lactose sugar is exclusive
to dairy and some people genetically
don’t produce an enzyme called lactase
that breaks up that sugar and allows you
to use it for energy so what happens
then is as you eat the the dairy but you
don’t process the sugar so the sugar
goes into your colon and the bacteria go
oh boy because they can they can use
that sugar and they start making gas
from it and organic acids and so you get
diarrhea and flatulence because the
because the bacteria are using the sugar
because you couldn’t that’s really the
issue of lactose intolerance okay then
the second issue is the casein protein
in dairy is not it’s not totally
water-soluble and it’s not denatured
really easily by the acids so it can go
into the large intestine as a whole
protein and then the immune system can
react to that so it’s common to have
reactions and immune reactions to the
proteins in milk so for some people it’s
a sugar problem for other people it’s a
protein problem so if you don’t tolerate
milk
you kind of have to just test it out and
go off milk for a period of time I kind
of people I had one young man with
really bad psoriasis his hands have
psoriasis and he had it since he was a
kid he was in high school and he was
really self-conscious you know he
couldn’t shake hands with anybody
because everybody go leprosy you know on
his hands cause it’s white and red and
and it really looks bad so we did a
whole bunch of tests and found out that
he was sensitive to milk so he went off
milk and it didn’t work and I said are
you drinking any milk no no I’m not
drinking you know what about cheese now
I have a little bit of cheese forget it
off it nothing zero so he finally went
on all milk products and the psoriasis
went away completely
I like completely cleared up and then
months down the road like six months
later he’s at a party in there they have
club pizza there and he’s like oh I
really love pizza yeah and then pizza
you know over a year and so he he ate
some pizza and it all came back like the
psoriasis came back so so he came into
my office and I’m like well what are you
doing here you know what to do he goes
yeah but I want to make it go away I’m
like you know what to do you know get
off drugs like Danny’s the rest of my
life and I’m like yeah probably but some
people are just that sensitive well so
you were talking about you know
digestive enzymes let’s let’s talk a
little bit about healthy gut support so
a lot of people don’t even know that we
have this product available this
supports optimal intestinal wellbeing as
you can see this is a three-in-one
digestive supplement it’s got a
prebiotic or prebiotics probiotics and
digestive enzymes all in one and can you
talk about this and real quick today if
you order this or any of our supplements
use the coupon code webinar ten and
you’ll save $10 off your purchase so
talk about this product specifically in
how it helps people with well their
diabetes blood sugar issues and and if
it’s helpful someone that’s on a
low-carb diet please
okay many many people who have issues
their their primary problem is from the
bowels there have been many doctors who
said if you fix the bowels you can fix
any other problem and and to some extent
that’s true if you can’t absorb
nutrients properly then you’re not going
to get good nutrition for what you eat
so you always have to be able to digest
and it’s excuse me digest and absorb
those nutrients in order to get them
what happens over time with stomach acid
with diabetes is a difficulty in
digesting and absorbing nutrients so
some people at least for a period of
time need some enzymes to digest their
food and then probiotics to get into
their intestines and then prebiotics or
what grow the program is the food view
so a lot of people take probiotics but
they’re not feeding those probiotics so
they don’t live they don’t stay around
so the the prebiotic that’s why you have
three things you have prebiotics to feed
the probiotics and then you have the
enzymes to digest the food properly and
that combination of things is really
good to get things going and if you
think about um hundreds thousands or
even I don’t know millions tens of
thousands of years ago human beings
always ate probiotics always always all
you know the Pease porridge in the pot
nine days old that porridge had a whole
bunch of probiotics in it when you hate
cheese it was it was packed with
probiotics when you ate yogurt it had a
whole bunch of probiotics when you
anything like that was fermented
especially was filled with products but
even your regular food had a lot of
bacteria in it and now we irradiate
everything we pasteurize we heated we
boil it we have to keep it at 150 plus
degrees temperature and you know the
restaurant everything to kill the
bacteria so that so that there’s so that
the food can well first of all so they
don’t get sick and then second Malta has
a longer shelf life and and so because
of the the way we processed food we
don’t get probiotics on a natural basis
on it so we have to actually take pills
mm-hmm crazy
yeah well that’s talking about healthy
gut support so this product actually has
a short shelf life like it expires our
first batch we couldn’t do a lot so this
actually expires in March of 2020 so we
only order you know a lot less of these
than we do of our other products but
because they’re actually living
organisms that are alive and that active
by omens and something that happens
we’ve noticed with people that are
taking this a lot of times the first
week or so like your gut is going
through a transition period and some
people feel like oh this isn’t helping
me it’s making them more gassy or more
whatever but can you explain what’s
actually happening during that that time
yeah so when you’re first starting out
with a probiotic pre-vatican and
digestive enzyme um you’re you’re
digesting food you didn’t use to digest
and your bacteria are turning over and
so if you think about it when you travel
people get travelers diarrhea and
they don’t get traveler’s diarrhea
because of the there’s bad bacteria in
Mexico they get they get diarrhea
because there’s different bacteria there
so the change in bacteria often causes
us to have gut symptoms like gasps and
gurgling of our intestines and even
diarrhea can happen because there the
tree that we have are trying to kick the
new bacteria out say hey get out of here
we don’t want you here and and so that
process of changing over or adding in
bacteria or they’re the type of bacteria
that wasn’t there before often produces
the symptoms of change which which can
even be diarrhea but usually just gasps
and gurgling and more more activity in
the bowel so to speak okay all right so
let’s get back to Quito but let’s talk
about cineq Roma and how this helps
people with that are doing low carb carb
restricted eating because there’s six
ingredients in here and I know that I
don’t know which one it is but this
helps with carb craving we had somebody
asked earlier about carb cravings after
a meal but why it is cynical my work in
in that regard but acidic roma has
because it helps you be more sensitive
to your insulin than you need less
insulin insulin is one of those hormones
that causes you to pull sugar into your
cells but it also in your brain it
causes you to crave carbohydrates so
that you eat more so if you’ve ever felt
like gosh the more cookies I eat the
more I want and see I told you how I
have this this issue with carbohydrates
of craving carbohydrates when I was in
college I would buy a pack of Oreos and
I would sit down all alone in the
and I would be reading my book and I
would eat one or two Oreos and then the
next thing I know I look down and there
would be no more left in the pack
looking around one who sees all my Oreos
I only ate a couple of them it’s it’s
the like having some causes you to crave
more
well the cynic romo does just the
opposite because it lowers the the
insulin then you have less craving for
especially carbohydrates and sweets okay
yeah good
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right so if you’re joining us if you’re
still with us thank you for joining us
love to have so many people with us
today we would love to hear your
questions and also open it up if any of
you have experienced some positive
results from the diabetes solution kit
or the ketogenic diet and you would be
willing to share we would love to invite
you to come on on with us and share so
it looks like we might have somebody
joining us right now possibly I see a
phone number popping up here Kevin or
less sleeve you know what that’s about
not sure if we got let’s see here
so talking is permitted there I don’t
know how that happened maybe it’s
everybody but alright anyways so yeah if
you have a question or if you want to
hop on Kevin’s mistake got it alright
yeah please raise your hand
mention it in the chat we’d love to have
you join us either on audio or video and
just share a question or some success
story people love to hear other people’s
success stories and how they’re doing
and so as we wait for anyone that might
want to do that we have a question from
skip
how many ketones are good on keto I’m
assuming that’s when you do your your
blood check like what’s a good number
okay in the if you’re doing a anywhere
in the modest moderate to high level is
is good what you what the any amount of
ketones means you’re burning fat and
that’s a good thing and and here’s the
other thing about ketogenic because
ketones have been found to be useful for
the body for various reasons they
actually help the brain because it’s a
low octane fuel you get less
inflammation from it and so the ketones
by themselves are useful as in fuel so a
look you can go on online now and buy or
I’ve even health food stores and you can
buy ketones and if you if you put them
in your drink and you drink them down
then then you have ketones right and get
all the benefits of ketones yeah maybe
but in reality all the benefits you get
from from fasting and from a ketogenic
diet are so much greater than just the
ketones yes the ketones are okay but but
what’s more important is that you’re
lowering insulin resistance and you’re
burning the fat in your body you’re
taking off that extra fat in your body
that’s where you really get the benefit
yeah you know that’s important so as far
as numbers go like I’ve measured my
ketones quite a bit with my blood
glucose or whatever that’s called but
typically if I’m in ketosis I’m gonna be
seeing a ketone reading of like 1.0 up
to over 2.0 if you’re really strict
about it or if you fasted for a long
time you can see readings go three four
and I don’t know exactly if it’s
millimoles per or something like that
but but typically you know you’ll see a
reading of like 1.5 to 2.5 somewhere in
there if you’re really burning fat and
producing ketone
naturally without any supplement and
supplementation’s of ketones like he
talked about self and ketoacidosis I
think is like a 9 or 10
something like that which I you know you
would rarely ever see you could you
could probably fast for a hundred days
and not see that if you’re if you have a
hundred pounds to lose you would never
get that high yeah probably not yeah all
right good question any other questions
or is anybody want to join us and share
a success story or a question you’re
welcome you to hop on here
again today we’re offering $10 off any
of our supplements which you can find on
garden OG com
Kevin can you do a screen share of
garden OG calm while we’re here this is
a bit of a curveball for you but let’s
just show people where they can get are
these different supplements that we a
lot of people just don’t know about them
so and it’s not like it’s not on our
barton publishing comm site either but
if you could share garden OG calm that’s
where we have all the supplements that
dr. Saunders has formulated so all right
a little bit about our story and okay if
you can scroll down there we go
yeah so garden OG calm garden of
original greens that name comes from a
vision that I got was which really goes
back to you know eating the way God
intended us eating you know the Garden
of Eden as we read in the Bible talks
about how Genesis chapter 1 verse 29 I
believe God gave us the trees and the
greens for food for us to eat and and I
really believe and like it’s my one of
my core values is to eat natural and eat
healthy from the original source of what
God put on this earth for us God created
the earth for us he didn’t create it for
himself he created it for us and that’s
one of the ways that he shows showed his
love for us has given us this amazing
planet in this
earth we live on and you know a lot of
you know it’s been thousands of years
since then obviously but you know all
the ingredients in our supplements are
natural they’re sourced from you know
from the earth and they are not chemical
compounds they’re not medications
they’re not farm pharmacology or
pharmacy
you know dependent so and I you know I
really believe in in that and going back
to nature going back to the original
source that God gave us and that’s
that’s what our supplements are created
with so anyways a little bit another
plug to garden OG calm so looks like
we’ve got another question here or a
testimonial let’s see skip uh he says
he’s finally free of insulin after using
fifty units four years ago by using Kido
so that’s awesome congratulations skip
way to go thanks for sharing that’s
awesome news and Scott could you talk a
little bit about insulin and what does
fifty units is that a lot I don’t even
know like how give me a frame framework
for that okay so they the average body
makes would be the equivalent of about
twenty units a day ish so people with
type one diabetes are injecting
themselves with two units four units six
units their you know those those are the
the numbers they would usually be used
several times a day so they might over a
day’s time get between ten and twenty
units so fifty units a day is a two to
five times what a normal body would make
hmm yeah I’ve had people up more than
that but that’s that’s quite a high dose
of insulin yeah yeah well that’s great
news skip and that’s you know that’s
really what so many people are
experiencing when they go to the
diabetes reversal plan and twenty grams
of carbs or less well not too much less
than that like you talked about you
still want to have
that minimal amount of carbohydrates but
it’s it’s really simple and it’s all
found you know this is the report that
we have that explains it the diabetes
solution kit you can okay you can get a
copy for $19.97 on our website the
e-book that digital version or if you
want a printed copy you just order the
digital and then on the next page you’ll
have the option to add a printed copy as
well so but that this is you know a
hundred and fourteen pages of
information we talked about you know
what phase 1 phase 2 phase 3 is all
about what foods to eat which foods to
avoid which diet which herbal
supplements to use resting exercise
fasting food preparation we have some
REM recipes in her cookbook several
recipes like 20 pages worth we have a
carb counting cheat sheet a meal and
exercise planner a grocery list so this
is jam-packed of really it’s it’s kind
of like your your Bible or handbook for
how to reverse type 2 diabetes and even
how to improve your insulin or your type
1 diabetes and managing anything with
metabolic issues is talked about in here
dr. Saunders was a key contributor to
this we talked about different diets
keto the carnivore diet the Paleo diet
Mediterranean diet and the different
nuances in each of those so if you
haven’t already gotten a copy of the
diabetes solution kit do that give it a
read all of our products come with a
full 365 day money-back satisfaction
guarantee as well so that’s something
that we’ve had over for over 10 years
and we really are just in business to
help people and make a difference and
we’ve I just checked their stats the
other day we’ve sold over a million
copies of our solution kits in the last
11 or 12 years now so we are making a
positive difference and we you know just
love to
see that see the testimonials come in
and people sharing this this advice and
this information really helps people dr.
Saunders you’ve been a key person in our
world today to combat against I guess
you could save the state the sad
standard American diet that is causing
so much harm and you’re really kind of a
rebel and a maverick in the medical
industry and we just appreciate you and
and hopin on these Tuesday webinars
every week so appreciated so so much
great information thank you for doing
that
and next week we are going to talk about
the brain the Alzheimer’s memory loss
and diabetes I believe it’s now referred
to by some people as type 3 diabetes and
we’ll talk about that well that’s gonna
be a fun topic that’s gonna be really
good I’ve done a lot of research on this
because my grandfather had Alzheimer’s
disease and we took care of him and
there’s something I really want to avoid
so in doing so I’ve done a lot of
research to see what’s out there what’s
available and yeah so I’m really looking
forward to it all right so that’s going
to be Tuesday the 24th of September join
us live or you can watch the replay as
well we’d love to have your
participation your questions your
feedback thanks for joining us today
thanks Kevin and Leslie for your recent
behind-the-scenes work keeping us going
here and keeping us on track thanks
everyone that joined us and we look
forward to hearing from you
and you guys all have a great blessed
day all right
and Scott if you have a joke ready we
always like to end our our informal time
as the has they’re winding things down
here okay do you have a joke I’ve got a
great knock-knock joke all right you
start
knock knock who’s there me
yes me who you forgot me already
oh that was wrong a week or two ago yes
very good um you got any other and the
other good ones what’s the weather like
where you’re at today you’re in Santa
Barbara Santa Barbara it’s beautiful no
yeah this is why we live in Santa
Barbara it’s like amazing oh that’s good
it’s still nice here thankfully in South
Dakota it’s sunny it’s a little windy
outside but I can still wear shorts if I
can wear shorts in September I’m happy
that means I might be able to get a
round of golf in so yeah okay yeah well
I think yeah what are you gonna say
something
hmm no okay well thank you very much and
we are going to sign off until next week
Thanks bye bye