October 14

6 Low Carb Foods That Burn Belly Fat – Are You Eating Them?

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Cutting carbs is an effective way to lose weight. In this video, I share 6 low carb foods that take weight loss to the next level by targeting belly fat.

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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 “doctor” or “Dr.” 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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  • This channel is my new go to for keto motivation. I am over 2 years on keto and have 30 pounds to lose to meet my goals. Thank you so much for your no nonsense approach Becky.🧚‍♀️❤️

    • Have you tried intermittent fasting? Drs Jason Fung, Eric Berg and Tim Noakes are experts on this and explain the rationale so easy to follow

  • Another well researched and beautifully presented video Becky … well done! Your research confers exactly with that of Dr Travis Stock … whose book “The Lose Your Belly Diet” was a game changer for me. Keep up the good work … I look forward to your videos.

  • When my “watch later” videos were playing I felt a little surge of happiness as this video opened. Besides enjoying your channel’s content and your presentation, there was another factor, knowing your personal accomplishment shown in another video, your “before” photo along side your current condition. You evoke a smile that says, “I know something nice about you.”

    • I’m glad several people like my remarks and I’d like to add that since New Years day I’ve been on a low card diet, a not-too-strenuous one at that and now, in late May, my doctor’s scale says I’ve lost 22 pounds and my energy is improving. Thank you, Dr. Gillaspy.

  • Just bought walnuts, pecans, avocados, chocolate with 90% cacao, virgin olive oil, eggs strawberries, and more of the things you have been recommending. We were already consuming all but the high cacao chocolate and virgin olive oil anyway.

  • Thank you so much Dr, I really really love ❤️ how you take us through the different things. You have such a common sense approach to what your imparting to us all. And I’ve subscribed and given you a thumbs up 👍 too. Please stay safe and well too.

  • I love that you get straight to the point and clearly explain each point without a lot of empty talk

    Everything you said was so helpful. I will be making your channel a regular visit.

  • Great advice, thank you. I was needing that 🌻 dealing with a gout flair and I know what you are saying is good information ℹ️ thank you for your help ❤️

  • Hi Becky. I’m from Ireland. I’ve struggled with my weight for years. I tried so many different things and had success for a while but then the weight went back on. I’m trying a low carb diet only from today. Thank you for these tips. I’m so grateful

  • I love this woman; her calming voice would typically be so soothing, and some might lose interest. However, there’s a difference with Dr. Becky, at least from my perspective, and that is she wastes no words. Every word used, every inflection has a purpose, listening is easy, there is no resistance, and as a result, what she says is easily inculcated. Great work, Dr. Becky. I have personally experienced what you say about sugar. One must eliminate them, and in a few days, cravings go away. One more point, even as I have been relatively fit most of my life until I started intermittent fasting and low carbs, I thought of little else but sweets. How liberating it is to be freed of that addiction.

  • Thanks a TON 🇬🇧

    Salad toppers!
    Egg decreases belly fat
    Salmon great in omega 3. Decreases belly fat
    Avocado

    Low carb snack: raw almonds

    Organic Psyllium husk reduces belly fat due to soluble fibre: put with blueberries etc
    MCT Oil medium chain (eg coconut oil)

  • Fasting is good for you, but what I find interesting my late father who was born in 1922 use to show me old photographs of large groups of people that was taken from about 1880 to about 1945, guess what, no overweight people, he said they ate all kinds of home made pies, ice cream, pastries of all kind. He said the reason they wasn’t over weight was they did hard manual labor all day long. Of course no fast food and no soda helped. And no modern flight or fight stress, which cut down on cortisol. Pastries was all homemade even the ice cream was hand cranked. They also drank lots of water. He said as a small boy diabetes was almost unheard of. A lot of weight gain is caused by processed foods, fast food and soda and stress I believe ! Lastly all bread was home made, no store bought. God only knows what modern food is doing to us ! !

    • They worked much harder physically than we do. Rode bikes and walked most places. Did housework by hand (no gadgets). We have become too sedentary.

    • @Marinus Mourik Yes, big agro-businesses ( encouraged by governments) are responsible. I’m grateful that I live in France where good, simple food is still easily obtainable. But for how long yet?

    • I have been thinking about this too modern food is not good hence high rate of cancer and all sorts of diseases. God help us

  • Dr. Becky, all the information you have provided in your video is accurate, reliable, and useful for inevitable weight loss.

  • Spot on Dr. Gillaspy! I’ve been doing all of these except the psyllium husk which I’ve never heard of. In 6 weeks doing clean Keto I’ve gone from 209 to 178 pounds! Thanks for all that you do. All the best

    • Dr. Gillaspy, I’m definitely that person that is fearful of eating healthy fats I’ve always thought that eat fat, get fat. However I noticed over the past year when I implement salmon or Avocado my weight loss skyrocketed in a positive direction so apparently of you eat healthy fat in moderation you do lose weight. But now I am in a plateau, and I am at a complete loss for how to get out of it. I use to be able to do a fasted workout and it would kick me right out of my plateau but not anymore, my body refuses to let me get past 190. I’ve tried increasing protein and lowering carbs and the only thing I got was a severe case of the hangry! Lol and my energy wasn’t too great. …. what to do?! (Oh and BTW I found I am allergic to dairy, and pork.) Looking forward to your response!

  • This is great, have also been listening to Drs Eric Berg, Jason Fung and Tim Noakes regarding intermittent fasting in conjunction with low carb living.
    Implementing fermented foods, kefir, kombucha, sauerkraut etc is also beneficial to restore / maintain normal gut flora to assist with beneficial digestion processes.
    Attention to oral hygiene is crucial, mask wearing is extremely detrimental to good oral hygiene, and therefore digestion.

  • Wow. I had a diabetes scare a few months ago, did tons of research, and developed a diet for myself. I had scrambled eggs for breakfast, a huge salad for lunch/dinner, almonds as a snack. My dinner salad consisted of different combinations of leafy greens, salmon, sardines, avocados, chia seeds, roasted garlic, onions, chicken, blue berries, turmeric, dressed with olive oil, apple cider vinegar, salt and pepper. I also drank a lot of water, with psyllium husk in one glass a day. My blood sugar went down dramatically, and I lost 22 lbs in 10 weeks.

    The only thing mentioned here that I didn’t implement was the MCT oil – I was skeptical of that but will implement in the future. One the one hand I feel if I had found this video it would have saved me a lot of research, but I’m also glad to have my self developed process confirmed – my own doctor gave me no advice at all other than suggesting I take Metformin, which I refused.

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