Today, I had the pleasure of chatting with Marty Kendall, an influential figure in the nutrition space, about his book “Big Fat Keto Lies.” If you haven’t read it yet, you can find the link below!
Marty and I share a common interest in the nutritional quality of the food we eat, which goes beyond just counting calories. During our conversation, we debunked some of the common myths from the keto world, such as the misconceptions around measuring ketones, the idea that fat is a free food, and the belief that protein will knock you out of ketosis.
As an engineer, Marty loves data, and he’s used this passion to gain valuable insights into the nutritional quality of our diets through his nutrition optimisation program. We also talked about fasting and its benefits to health, as well as some of the pitfalls that can be easy to fall into.
Marty’s interest in nutrition began when he was looking to optimise his wife’s health as a type-1 diabetic. His passion for research and data has now led him to help the rest of us better understand our nutrition.
If you’re looking to learn more about the keto diet or just want to gain some valuable insights into your nutrition, I highly recommend listening to this episode and checking out Marty’s book. It’s a great resource for anyone looking to optimise their health!
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