October 14

5 Low Carb, High-Fat Foods to Eat Every Day

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Here are 5 low-carb, high-fat foods that you can easily (& deliciously) add to your low-carb or ketogenic diet.

A low-carb/high-fat diet keeps hunger away and moves your body into a fat-burning state. It is also a very tasty diet when you make the right food choices.

In the video, you'll learn…
*A low-carb, high-fat fruit that helps you lose weight
*Why eggs are now considered good for you (even the U.S. government reversed their stance)
*A great low-carb nut that is packed with omega-3s
*What type of salad dressing is best for your diet (you'll be surprised!)
*The oil that lowered our blood glucose and raised our ketones (we ran the tests)

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What Can You Eat on a Low Carb Diet? (Full Food List)
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Research Mentioned in the Video:
U.S. Dietary Guidelines 2015:
High-Egg Diet and Diabetes Study:
Full-Fat Salad Dressing Study:

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Disclaimer: Dr. Becky Gillaspy, DC received her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1991. Her use of โ€œdoctorโ€ or โ€œDr.โ€ in relation to herself solely refers to that degree. Dr. Gillaspy was a licensed chiropractor in Pennsylvania, but she no longer practices chiropractic in any state and does not see patients. This video is for general informational purposes only. It should not be used to self-diagnose and it is not a substitute for a medical exam, cure, treatment, diagnosis, and prescription or recommendation. It does not create a doctor-patient relationship between Dr. Gillaspy and you. You should not make any change in your health regimen or diet before first consulting a physician and obtaining a medical exam, diagnosis, and recommendation. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Dr Becky Fitness LLC and Dr. Rebecca Gillaspy, D.C. are not liable or responsible for any advice, course of treatment, diagnosis or any conclusions drawn, services or product you obtain through this video or site.


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  • What a marvelous lesson. Wonderful suggestion of adding the ingredients shown in a salad each day. I truly appreciate your work and sharing info on living a healthy life style

  • Thankyou Dr Becky always love your videos.
    I learned recently that organic eggs have a higher ratio of Omega 3 than free range eggs!
    I add pumpkin seeds to my green salads a good source of minerals especially magnesium which is good for my hypothyroid condition. Nori snacks also good for mineral content and to sprinkle on salads for seasoning. ๐ŸŒธ

  • Thanks Becky for a great video. It’s also very easy to make a healthy olive oil vinaigrette. Maybe you can share a recipe.

  • Iโ€™m not learning anything new but I watch because you two are awesome and so motivating. Thank you so much. I do everything you guys show!! 30 down 25 to go!!

  • Thanks Dr. Becky. Your videos & the knowledges you express are really understanding.
    I feel like a student in class. Great job!

  • Hello Dr. Becky, thank you for your videos and information. You have such a pleasant voice and way of presenting information.
    I have two questions. I’m not sure what a “full fat” dressing is. I live in Italy and almost always use EVOO and apple cider vinegar or lemon juice (every now and then EVOO with tamari and peanut butter). Would EVOO be considered full fat?
    The second question is about the powder you mention. Not sure if I can get it here, but is it related to mono and dyglicerides? I ask because a majority of commercial gluten free food available where I live has those in the ingredients and I thought they were not very healthy. I’m probably wrong.

  • I put MCT in my coffee every morning with stevia and organic half n half….Iโ€™m addicted!
    Iโ€™m not hungry until lunch where Iโ€™ve adopted a daily giant salad with a protein (usually chicken or whole fat cheese)
    I ALWAYS make my own dressing with olive oil and apple cider vinegar, salt and pepper.
    Iโ€™m healing from a fatty liver and insulin resistance and probably other things too but I donโ€™t feel itโ€™s necessary to know what from. As long as I eat this way, I know Iโ€™m getting better and my body pain is shrinking.
    I donโ€™t listen to โ€œDoctorsโ€ because I feel like Iโ€™m not going to listen to their load of crap anyway! I just turned 50!

  • New subscriber here! I love your videos they’re very informational and I love the demonstrations and food examples that you provide…makes learning this new lifestyle a lot easier. Thank you!

  • Dr. Becky
    Thank you for your wealth of information. I’ve been on Keto 4 months down 30 pounds. I’m feeling better at 61 then when I was 51. Keep the videos coming.

  • Thank you Dr Becky for your expertise and clear guidance. ๐Ÿ‘โœจ

    Can you throw guidance on my dietary needs with regard to hypothyroidism. Iโ€™m a mature 70yr old lady and finding satiety is the key to staying away from excess carbohydrates and sugars.

    Fortunately I enjoy certain salads in the warmer weather especially that are easy to digest.
    I use Olive oil and avocado oil with added nuts to my diet Brazilโ€™s, walnuts and almonds in small quantities.
    Iโ€™ve looked at diets for hypothyroidism, anti inflammatory Keto, intermittent fasting to name a few! I have to be careful with brassicas,
    soya, bean sprouts, some grains, omitting legumes. I have to go steady with the onion family garlic etc…
    Onion and garlic are good for home made vegetable soup, mildly spiced but I have to go steady on root vegetables.
    Please can you give some of your expertise on things mentioned.
    I used slippery elm, gia seed puddings made with organic almond milk, took supplements L- glutamine, cut down on meats, dairy cut out alcohol completely because of a non alcoholic liver and my hypothyroidism.
    Constipation has been an issue. Fresh lemon in warm water help with peristalsis in the mornings.
    I do have pure organic coffee in the morning which also helps kick start my day.

    Thankyou again. Your videos are excellent. ๐ŸŒธ

  • My wife broils Brussel sprouts with bacon grease, garlic salt and pepper. I absolutely love them and could eat them every day. For me, they are every bit as satisfying as steak

  • Great stuff! I would just like to add that Caesar dressing is easy to make at home. Homemade is generally much tastier as well.

  • I make my own mayo and then make ranch dressing with it. That way I can add my own type of oil, ACV and living mustard. It all comes together with full fat Greek yogurt. So delicious!

  • I love avocado ๐Ÿฅ‘ and eggs! I make an egg salad half an avocado with 4 eggs ! Really yummy! I used avo instead of mayonnaise. Just an idea that worked for me! Happy trails to y’all on this journey of health! Thanks ๐Ÿ‘

  • Everything sounds great. For dressing salad, forget commercially bottled stuff. Just use delicious healthy mix of raw organic Apple Cider Vinegar, Extra Virgin Olive Oil and freshly squeezed lemon/lime. Along with walnuts, also add to the salad Macadamia, Pecans, Brazilian Nuts, Pistachios and peeled Almonds. Don’t forget to toss in some seeds – chia, pumpkin, flax etc.

  • Dr Becky
    For the first time in my life, at 55 years old, I’m eating consistently 1200 calories, low carb diet, clean eating, good good, feeling full, exercising moderately, losing weight, but sometimes I struggle to eat the 1200 calories because I really feel full and I don’t feel hungry. Should I reduce my portions?

  • Id like to add I LOVE MCT Oil! It sure enhances the flavor of whatever you use it on or in, be it cold or hot! I’ll use a tablespoon per day of it and I look forward to it!

  • 5/8/2022 – Hi Dr Becky, thank you so much for all of the important information you are providing! I would appreciate it if you would please let me know what brands the MCT oil and the dressing is that you are showing in your video. When I click on your Amazon link it brings me to MCT oils but not the one you are showing. Thank you.

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