Might the appetite-suppressing effects of ketosis improve dietary compliance?
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This is in contrast to a diet that it would actually be healthful to stick to. See for example my video series on the CHIP program:
• What Is the Optimal Diet? (
• The Weight Loss Program that Got Better with Time (
• CHIP: The Complete Health Improvement Program (
This was the 4th video in a 7-part series on keto diets. If you haven’t yet, be sure to watch the first three:
• Is Keto an Effective Cancer-Fighting Diet? (
• Keto Diet Theory Put to the Test (
• Keto Diet Results for Weight Loss (
Stay tuned for:
• Are Keto Diets Safe? (
• Keto Diets: Muscle Growth and Bone Density (
• Does a Ketogenic Diet Help Diabetes or Make It Worse? (
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