Why This Doctor Converted from Low-Fat to High-Fat, and how this Affects DIABETES

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Dennis Pollock discusses Dr. Mark Hyman's conversion, and how he came to promote a high-fat diet.

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  • Ellen says:

    Dr. Mark Hyman: Eat Fat, Get Thin Takeaway…šŸ„€šŸ‘šŸ„€ Eat more fat and live longer and healthier. The most feared fat is exactly what we need šŸ„€šŸ‘ŒšŸ„€ Bravo to Dr. Hyman…What a difference 4 years can make šŸ„€šŸ˜˜šŸ„€

  • Merlyn Damianose says:

    Thank you Dennis.

  • E MCINC says:

    Dennis. I had a good size steak with a fair amount nice soft fat around the edge. The fat was as delicious as the steak itself. Also now I only eat 80/20 ground beef.

  • Zena Negash says:

    Greetings from Ethiopia. That was very crucial. Thank you, Dennis.

  • Karen Carbone says:

    Good morning Dennis my friend. Great morning video. Another interesting topic. Yes, alot more people are waking up to high fat and low carb. Yes, I remember when my mom used to get upset because I used to scrap the bottom of the pan after making a roast meat and eating the skin. I guess I was doing the right thing after all! Lol. ā¤šŸ˜Š

  • Kathy M says:

    Your book-review shows are sooooo interesting. Great idea to keep doing this. Is Joel Fuhrman still a carb-man?

  • E MCINC says:

    Dennis, I just had to add this. I was diagnosed with type 2 back in the 90ā€™s. I had a very good primary doc but on my own I went to see a holistic doc. He was telling me to eat more fat. Have more meals with things like whole eggs and bacon. At the time I was more concerned about having the lowest possible cholesterol eating egg whites every morning for breakfast. Crazy how things have changed.

  • Ralph says:

    I tried low fat for years, kept gaining weight. I was 326 pounds, high blood pressure, had gout, lots of aches and pains, was told I had stage 3 kidney disease, pre-diabetic, on a scale of 1 to 10 my life was about a 2. I was then diagnosed with prostate cancer and the doctor told me I needed surgery but he was afraid I would have a stroke and die on the table. I had no idea what to do, but I knew I had to get rid of sugar, and grains and refined foods. I had never heard of Keto, I was 65 at that point. I ate salads made with cabbage, olive oil, olives, cheese, and whatever lunch meat I had around. I only at a salad at about noon and then supper was just whatever meat my wife cooked and a vegetable. In 6 months I had lost over 60 pounds. Had the surgery. Lost a total of 120 pounds in one year. Off all meds, no high blood pressure, no longer pre-diabetic, kidney function normal (that blew my doctor away!) haven’t had a gout attack in almost 5 years, aches and pains gone (other than those normal for a 70 year old), my life now is about an 8 on a scale of 10. Oh, and on low fat I was ALWAY hungry but on Keto I am seldom truly hungry.

  • Dr Tony Hampton says:

    We all evolve. I was a vegetarian for eight years prior to discovering that reducing carbs was the real key to achieving metabolic health.

    So grateful for the evolution.šŸ˜Š

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