Keto is the Cure
Stomach Nausea Gone
Prolonged Stomach Nausea! Do you presently experience this problem, and has it bothered you for many years? Can’t find a cure! I did. What works for me might also work for you. Read on and find out. Keto is the cure for my stomach nausea and many other ailments.
How many Doctors have you seen over the years; personally I have seen many, many, many? Were you given a pill, or instructions on what to eat or a diet regiment to follow that will solve the problem? I was. Did it solve my problem? No! I wish I had a doctor that understood the Keto lifestyle at that time.
One thing I did experience at times was, eating the right foods would relieve my stomach nausea for a short period, but when I tried to duplicate what I ate the following day, there was no relief. Why? I now know the reason and how to solve the problem; adopt a Keto lifestyle, read on.
What is the Keto lifestyle?
A lot of people think that Keto is going on a Ketogenic diet and losing weight, it is that, but also a lot more. The other benefits are astounding and could help save your life.
To me, it started off as merely finding another way to eat the right foods, in turn curing my Stomach Nausea, but I found out it has many other benefits that helped my health; on this website, I will tell you what I found.
I’m not a Doctor, and I’m not going to pretend to be. Still, most of my videos will be a reputable, qualified doctor, who is an authority on Keto, explaining how Keto works, and it’s many health benefits.
To me, Keto is simply burning good nutritional fats instead of carbohydrates to fuel your body. Basically, your daily eating habits will change to eating a low-carb diet.
To answer some of the questions you may have concerning the following, please watch the video below.
- What is the Ketogenic Diet?
- What is low-carb eating?
- What are the essential fatty acids you need to live?
- What are Whole Real foods?
- What about weight-watchers and lean cuisine?
- What about shakes, powders, and bars?
- How is DNA ancestry part of what you eat?
- How Insulin and sugar levels affect your health?
- What are Ketones?
- Why is belly fat dangerous?
- How inflammation damages your health?
Video by Dr. Berry MD. authority on keto:
Benefits of the Ketogenic Diet
Here is another video by Dr. Berry explaining more benefits of changing to the Keto lifestyle.
- Explains the difference between nutritional ketosis, starvation ketosis, and diabetic ketoacidosis.
- Explains how appetite control works and why we have hunger pangs?
- Why the Keto way takes away cravings for junk food?
- How our mental clarity increase?
- How it helps your kidneys?
- How inflammation decreases, giving you better health?
- Why you have a considerable increase in energy, endurance, and stamina?
- How it’s great for any skin problems you may have?
Video by Dr. Berry explaining the above:
Do you have any of the following?
Please watch another video from Dr. Berry, he talks about the medical problems listed below
- Type 1 and 2 diabetes
- Chronic Kidney disease
- Fatty liver
- Joint Problems
- Gout, Reflux, Heartburn
Other Ways Keto Can Change Your Life
- Lowers your blood pressure
- Slows down the aging process
- Improves your mood
- Optimizes your hormones, not just your sex hormones
- Controls your appetite
- Improves Acne (great for teenagers)
- Weight loss and keeps it off
Go to this video with Dr. Berry if you are interested in the items mentioned above.
Probably Wondering How to Start on Keto
- First thing, you get rid of everything in your kitchen that contains a lot of sugar, shown on the nutritional label, or in the ingredients. Don’t be fooled, here are some names that possibly your not familiar with, which means sugar: Dextrose, Fructose, Galactose, Glucose, Lactose, Maltose, Sucrose, Brown and Cane Sugar, Maltodextrin, Corn Syrup, Dextrin, Diastatic Malt, and Ethylmaltol. Also, Muscovado Sugar, Panela Sugar, Sucanat, Turbinado, Agave Nectar/Syrup, Malt, Molasses, Buttered Sugar/Buttercream, Sorghum Syrup, Treacle, and many more.
- The second thing you do is get rid of all the products that contain grains: Wheat, Corn, Rice, Oats, are some examples; these products are full of starch and very inflammatory.
- The third thing you do is get rid of all hydrogenated vegetable oils, there are no vegetables in vegetable oil; it is made from seeds and beans. Oils I threw away were: Canola, Corn, Safflower, Sunflower, Peanut, and Soya Bean. These oils are very inflammatory, and the omega-6, omega-3 ratio is way off, not healthy.
Keto Food Pyramid
Before we look at a list of all the foods, we can eat, let’s take a look at the Keto Food Pyramid shown below; start from the bottom of the Pyramid and work your way up, not the top down. At the far bottom below the Pyramid, all foods you shouldn’t eat are shown.
What Can You Eat?
There are several high nutritious foods that you can eat on the Keto lifestyle. The list I’m going to give you is more directed to what I eat, but I will mention other foods as well.
The reason I like to say “Keto lifestyle” instead of “Ketogenic Diet” is that I don’t look at it as a diet; I personally don’t count calories; I just try to eat good nutritional food. Even if you don’t follow any diet and just try to eat the foods related to the Keto lifestyle, you will live a very healthy life.
I try to base all my meals on 70-80 percent good nutritional fats, 15-20 percent protein, and 5 percent carbohydrates. During each meal, I eat until I’m full. Sometimes my percentages are off a little bit but it doesn’t hurt me.
Facts: 1 gram of fat equals 9 calories, 1 gram of protein equals 4 calories, and 1 gram of carbohydrates equals 4 calories.
Example of a meal I might have: 12-ounce Rib-eye steak with a lot of fat cooked in butter; eat the fat, it’s great. I
also smear about 2 ounces of a Keto made BBQ sauce on the steak. With the steak, I’ll eat a whole avocado. The steak has about 70 grams of fat and 60 grams of protein. The BBQ sauce has about 6 grams of Carbohydrates. The Avocado has about 21 grams of fat, 3 grams of net carbohydrates, and 3 grams of protein.
If you use the information in the facts above and calculate the percentages, you will find this meal had a total of 1107 calories; 819 fat, 252 protein, and 36 carbohydrates; 74 percent fat, 23 percent protein, and 3 percent carbohydrates.
I usually eat all my meals and snacks between the hours of 12 noon and 7:00 p.m., a 7-hour frame, lunch at 12 noon, snack between 2-4:00 p.m., and have my final meal between 5-7:00 p.m… I eat a lot, and I don’t count calories. The odd time in the morning or at night, I will feel hungry, so I’ll eat something, usually nuts, cheese, or olives.
On the hours I’m not eating, I drink a lot of coffee and green tea with a lot of whipping cream, sometimes I sweeten it up with stevia, not always. I find tea mixed with whipping cream has a somewhat sweet taste; it might be just me. The rest of the time, I drink Ketorade, also a cure for the Keto-flu and hangovers.
Ketogenic Foods I Like to Eat
Avocado oil, Coconut oil, Extra-Virgin Olive oil, Ghee, Grass-fed Butter, Lard, and Bacon fat.
Beef (steak, roasts, hamburger, ribs, sausages, etc.), Lamb (chops, ground, etc.) Pork (roasts, chops, ribs, ground pork, sausages, bacon, etc.), veal. I eat almost any type of meat as long as it isn’t processed ( mixed with a lot of sugary, starchy, preservative type substances) – always check the nutritional labels and ingredients.
Chicken breast, wings, legs, thighs, ground, etc. (cook with skin on), Turkey breast, legs, ground, etc. (make sure you leave the skin on).
Deli Meats (beef, chicken, turkey, etc.):
Make sure you check the labels and ingredients. You’re not going to be 100 percent right all the time but try to buy something with the least carbs., zero if you can.
Wild Meat and Poultry:
It’s all good, even all the organs.
Chicken, Goose, Duck, Ostrich, Quail are all good. In the store, I usually buy large omega-3 eggs, but if they are not available, I’ll buy any type.
Walleye, Tuna, Sardines, Oysters, Shrimp, Scallops, Lobster, Salmon, Halibut, Haddock, Cod, Snapper, Sole, etc. There are so many types of fish, I can’t mention them all; I personally eat any kind, even if I didn’t say it above.
Whipping Cream ( I use 35 percent in my coffee and tea), Hard Cheese ( I grate it in coconut flour and eggs to make buns), Cream Cheese ( My favorite spread), Butter ( Usually buy grass-fed, but any butter will do – salted or unsalted). Also, Cottage Cheese, Goat Cheese, Gouda, Mozzarella, Parmesan, Ricotta, Swiss Cheese, Sour Cream, Feta, Cheddar, Brie, Blue Cheese, etc.
I like all cheese as long as it isn’t processed; don’t buy stuff like cheese slices or cheese whiz. Again, check the label and ingredients.
Asparagus, Cabbage, Brocolli, Kale, Celery, Cucumbers, Brussel Sprouts, Olives (some people say they’re a fruit), Avocado (also a fruit), Cauliflower, Spinach, Green Beans, Lettuce, Mushrooms, and Onions. I also eat canned vegetables; again, check the labels and ingredients.
Nuts and Butter:
Pecans, Macadamia, Walnuts, Hazelnuts, Brazil, Almonds, Almond Butter, Coconut Shreds, and Coconut Butter.
Lemons, Limes, Blueberries, Strawberries, and Raspberries. I very seldom eat fruit, but I use lemons for specific recipes.
Herbs and Spices:
Salt (Preferably Sea Salt), Pepper, Basil, Cinnamon, Cumin, Curry Powder, Garlic Powder, Ginger Powder, Italian Seasoning, Mint, Onion Powder, Oregano, Paprika, Parsley, Rosemary, and Steak Seasoning. To me, most herbs and spices are useful; I only mentioned the ones I use. Again, check labels and ingredients.
Blanched Almond Flour, Aluminum-Free Baking Powder, Baking Soda, Coconut Flour, and Psyllium Husk. When I have a craving I usually eat homemade buns with cream cheese, so I always have some in the freezer.
Stevia, Swerve, and Monk Fruit. Very seldom will I use sweeteners, but if you must, use the ones I just mentioned.
Dressings and Sauces:
Franks Hot Sauce, Keto Mayonnaise from Costco, Coconut Secret Soy-Free Seasoning Sauce, Buster Rhino’s Southern BBQ, and Mustard (Yellow and Dijon). You don’t have to use these brands; they just happen to be ones I use; any Mayonnaise will do. Again, check labels and ingredients.
Other items I keep around the Kitchen:
Apple Cider Vinegar, Broth (Chicken, Beef, Bone), Canned Tuna and Sardines, Fish Sauce, Olives (Eat as many as you want). Also, Pickles, Pork Rinds (Use for Chicken Batter, or just eat by themselves), Red Wine Vinegar, Balsamic Vinegar (Mix it with Avocado and Olive Oil for Salads), and Vanilla Extract.
Water, Ketorade (mentioned above), Coffee and Tea with plenty of Whipping Cream, and Sparkling Water.
Wine (Dry Red and White), Liquor (Tequila, Rum, Vodka, Whiskey, Scotch, Bourbon, Brandy). I drink very little wine and stay away from Beer.
None! Why do you need supplements if you eat the right foods? You only need them if you don’t.
My Summary of the Keto Lifestyle
I’m 67 years old, and I started the Keto Lifestyle a short time ago. Since then, my Stomach Nausea has disappeared, and I lost 25 pounds without even trying. Food cravings have gone away, my energy level is through the roof, my mind is brighter, and I’m always in a great mood. I’m a firm believer that Keto is the Cure for a lot more things than Stomach Nausea; I can’t wait to see what it does for me in the future. Follow along; it’s might be for you.