Ketogenesis is Not a Response to Starvation – Hacking Mainstream Nutrition

Suppose I gave you a choice: consume a food that provides quick but short-lived energy that you must replace frequently with no nutrients to build and repair your body’s structures consume a food that provides twice the energy at a slow and steady release for much longer while also providing building material for your body Which would you choose? More importantly, which would you call the “starvation” diet? This is the question that should be put to every nutritionist who characterizes low-carb/ketogenic/fat-fueled diets as what your body does during “starvation”, as if it’s a sort of “adaptation” away from being primarily a...