Eat Less Refined Carbs for Weight Loss | Jason Fung

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🌱 Discover the secrets to weight loss and better health by cutting refined carbohydrates! 🍞🚫 Dive into the science that challenges traditional dietary guidelines since 1977. πŸ”„ Explore how a shift from focusing on nutrients to understanding food complexities can make a significant impact on your well-being.

πŸ“š In a groundbreaking study from Harvard Medical School, tracking over 130,000 participants for 24-28 years, find out the surprising associations between carbohydrate intake and weight changes. Uncover which carbs contribute to weight gain and the foods that lead to weight loss.

πŸ₯”πŸƒ Learn about the impact of starchy vegetables like potatoes versus non-starchy vegetables on your weight. Discover the carb-insulin model and its role in weight management, supported by recent research.

❀️❌ Challenge the old notion that cutting down on fats benefits heart health. Explore a massive 18-country study published in The Lancet (2017), revealing that more fat might actually lead to fewer heart-related issues.

πŸ₯—πŸ₯‘ Embrace a holistic approach to nutritionβ€”say goodbye to highly processed carbs and welcome more fiber, natural fats, and non-starchy veggies. Uncover the truth about dietary fat and its relationship to heart health.

πŸ” Ready to revolutionize your understanding of nutrition and make informed choices for a healthier you? Watch now and join the journey to a balanced and nourishing lifestyle! 🌟

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▢️ Timestamps / Chapters
00:00 Intro
00:30 Dietary Goals For the United States 1977
01:14 Dietary Guidelines for Americans
01:54 Food Pyramid
02:42 Nutritionism
03:06 Nutritionism – Reductionist
03:50 Nutrition Facts
04:40 The Obesity Epidemic
05:17 Nurses Health Study 1 & 2 Health Professional Follow Up Study
05:50 Concurrent 4 year change in body weight
07:45 2017 the Lancet published the pure study
08:36 French paradox
10:27 Outro
πŸ‘‰ The Obesity Code – Reviewing underlying physiology of weight loss and how low
carb diets and fasting can help. ?…
πŸ‘‰ The Diabetes Code – Reviewing how type 2 diabetes is a reversible disease and
dietary strategies. ?…
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  • @tcparker3394 says:

    I have lost 62 pounds following a low carb diet. I think you are such a good resource for those of us trying to change our lives for the better. Thank you

    • @dianafoster4936 says:

      Congratulations! Do you eat nature’s carbs like sweet potato, root veggies and low glycemic veggies or are doing keto?

    • @deathamdx6 says:

      i developed chronic tiredness,brain fog, dermatis on fingers slow healing, eye fog, hypoglycemi effect after 30 of start of exercise in gym on low carb diet, just veggie frozen and meat, i did not cout calories, yes i lose belly but then problems starts.

    • @irfansohail1977 says:

      ​@deathamdx6 what problems start ?

  • @7loves758 says:

    Happy New Year to you and your Family, dear Dr. Fung. Thank you for sharing your knowledge and wisdom with all of us. Your teachings have changed my life for ever and for the best. I am in the best shape of my life at 60! Wishing you all many blessings in 2024.

  • @Kyarrix says:

    Thank you for uploading, Dr Fung. I have been a supporter of yours for years. I lost approximately 140 lb and I have kept it off. I started at 330 (after being disabled and requiring numerous surgeries) and am now under 180. I am healthy and able to workout, bike, and most importantly do the things I want to do.

    My goal is in the area of 160 pounds depending how I feel when I get there. It could be more, it might be less.

    I have shared your videos and books with more people than I can count. Your work is saving lives.

    Refined carbohydrates, processed food, vegetable and seed oils, added sugars, this is what the majority of people eat in developed nations. As a result our health has degraded and the number of medications virtually everyone takes has increased.

    We have to turn this around and your work is helping increase awareness. I practice law and share your work with everyone whether it is relevant to the topic or not! If someone needs this information I try to make it available to them.

    A happy and healthier New Year to everyone

    • @lihongxu9475 says:

      good job. I lost 13 pounds from 130 to 117. I was not overwait but I want a better fasting glucose.

    • @jessicajohnson4087 says:

      Congratulations πŸ‘πŸŽ‰! What an inspiration for others! I too lost 160 lbs. by following Dr. Fung and reading his books. I’ve shared both several times.
      You are so right, sadly it’s up to us to spread the word and be examples of the success. Be well πŸ™‚πŸ™

    • @Kyarrix says:

      ​​@@jessicajohnson4087Hi Jessica! We have commented to each other in the past. We’re both women, probably similar age and we have both reclaimed our health! If you lived in the Seattle area we could be friends.

      I’ve been struggling a little over the holidays. That and world events have me under a lot of pressure. I might have had a little gelato (I shared a single scoop) last night when we went to dinner at a local steakhouse and I may have even had a drink! Still, it breaks keto.

      I think the key is to be kind to ourselves and when we do eat other things, to enjoy it and not beat ourselves up and then return to good habits the next day.

      Congratulations on your achievement, you’re doing great and you will continue to. Have a wonderful New Year.

    • @busylane9548 says:

      Well done to you! πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

    • @Kyarrix says:

      @@busylane9548 Thank you so much!

  • @1971gladys says:

    Such a lovely man. I could watch his TED talks over and over again. Happy New Year Dr Fung x

  • @Clau-tl1qb says:

    Thank you so much Dr. Fung!!, I can’t see my life without fasting now, blessing to all!!! Let’s have a healthy and fun 2024!!πŸŽ‰

  • @MsDaphster says:

    Glad you are making videos again. Thank you for your work. You helped me shed 55 pounds of excess and change my lifetstyle. Happy new year!

  • @joanne4514 says:

    As always Dr Fung, your information is spot on! appreciate you taking the time to educate us and lead us to better health in a simple way! forever grateful! 😘😊

  • @Marciap17 says:

    Thank you so much for your teachings Dr Fung. Your research on insulin resistance and intermittent fasting opened the eyes of cutting edge doctors, and in turn brought the knowledge to all those that bother to look for a solution for their health issues. I wish you and all your loved ones a fantastic New Year πŸ₯³πŸ₯°

  • @jessicajohnson4087 says:

    Thanks for posting Dr. Fung. You are saving lives… like mine! I’m 60 and I lost 160 lbs. by reading your books and watching your videos and lectures.
    I’m loving my keto/fasting lifestyle πŸ₯°! Thanks again

    • @shineykurian9719 says:

      That’s really incredible! @jessicajohnson4087 how did you start and what was your regiment for fast and feast days?

  • @retirementpirate3665 says:

    71 year old male. Went from a 42 inch waist to a 32 inch waist. A1c of 4.6. I eat a very low carb, >20 carbs a day, some days 0 carbs. No processed foods, no seed oils, no sugar. Just finished up a 10 day water fast.

  • @catherinebeaudry5661 says:

    Thank you for your guidance. On January 2 I will celebrate 5 years of 100 lbs weight loss. I am 64 year old woman living in Ontario Canada. In 1977 I was in high school and taught this. I suffered weight issues most of my adult life. At 58 I finally learned how to eat for my health. It is so good to have found a medical professional that speaks the truth about this disease.

  • @wigglywhale says:

    0:26: 🍞 Cutting refined carbohydrates may help with weight loss and overall health, contrary to previous dietary guidelines.
    3:59: πŸ” The video discusses the issue of meal replacements being marketed as healthy but containing unhealthy ingredients, and the link between nutritional advice changes and rising obesity rates.
    7:17: πŸ₯¦ The video discusses the impact of refined carbohydrates and fat on weight gain and heart disease.
    Recapped using Tammy AI

  • @evettabush3435 says:

    I started following Dr Fung’s advice and lost 44 pounds. Unfortunately, I lapsed in my low carb IF habits and regained part of that weight. I’m back on track again and look forward to successful weight loss and just feeling so much better overall.
    I am glad to see new videos with Jason Fung. Need to watch, watch, and watch again to stay focused on my health.

  • @LowCarbLowDrama says:

    Your video on diabetes reversal was THE reason I was convinced I can reverse my diabetes if I cut down on carbs. I did exactly that and reversed my T2 DM within 3 months, with zero exercise, and of course without the toxic disease causing pharmaceutical drugs.
    Thank you so much Dr Fung and have a most healthfully influential year ahead.

    • @irfansohail1977 says:

      How did you do this ? I am on low csrb but still couldn’t reverse the diabetes?

    • @LowCarbLowDrama says:

      @irfansohail1977Β  Keeping total carbs below 20g daily is a “prescription strength” Therapeutic Carbohydrate Restriction ketogenic diet.
      Liberal low-carb (<100g) is better than high-carb diets, but for chronic diseases, a higher reduction of carbs will yield a higher success rate.

  • @annpringle8219 says:

    Love all your videos. Ive been Fasting 18 to 22 hours a day for 4 years now! It’s because of you. Also, I’ve been a vegetarian over 30years. It has always been about health for me.

  • @patriciatsunoda5771 says:

    Happy Ney Year πŸŽ‰ At 63 I’ve been told I’m pre-diabetic and that I’m almost obese going by BMI on the Asian scale. I’ve bought The Obesity Code & The Diabetic Code plus have been listening to all your videos that I can find. I am on a mission to prove to my VA provider that Metformin is not the only option! Thank you Dr. Fung.

  • @martineguest5378 says:

    Thank you for mentioning the french paradox. I started gaining weight when i moved from france to england and started eating more potatoes and white bread. Now i have reverted to a heathier diet with more fibre and very few carbs combined with an occasional 3 day fast. I have lost 16 kg and look forward to 2024 and my 70th birthday!

  • @cgbrodie9729 says:

    Hi Dr. Jason! I wish more doctors are like you. I reversed my diabetes after following your advice. Thank you.

  • @callie672 says:

    Thank you for sharing, Dr. Fung. My doctor recommended your work to me. I went from 192lbs to 162lbs. It is simple, I viewed numerous videos of your work, and then I made my charts accordingly to what foods can be eaten, when and how, it worked wonders. Like anything it’s take some adjusting at first. I was in tuned by day 8…❀

  • @sharosmith says:

    Happy New Year Dr Fung. Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge about how sugar, processed foods and starches are unhealthy! I love your videos and your books!

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