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Ep. 65: How Fat-Burning And Low-Carb Diets Contribute to Fatty Liver (NAFLD Part 3)

Duration: 01:06:43
In this episode we discuss:

Why low-carb diets are NOT a good solution for fatty liver




How fat-burning and lipolysis actually contribute to fatty liver 




Why ketone production is a sign of stress and inhibited mitochondrial respiration




The role of uncoupling in NAFLD and why aiming to in
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In this episode we discuss:

Why low-carb diets are NOT a good solution for fatty liver




How fat-burning and lipolysis actually contribute to fatty liver 




Why ketone production is a sign of stress and inhibited mitochondrial respiration




The role of uncoupling in NAFLD and why aiming to increase uncoupling is misguided 




Why low-fat diets don’t directly address the root cause of NAFLD




 

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Click here to check out the show notes: https://jayfeldmanwellness.com/ep-65-how-fat-burning-and-low-carb-diets-contribute-to-fatty-liver-nafld-part-3/



 
Timestamps:

3:56 – how fat-burning and lipolysis contribute to NAFLD

16:59 – the role of uncoupling in NAFLD


26:56 – how an energy failure and oxidative stress drive stress-processes in NAFLD

34:53 – the role of increases in stress hormones and fat-burning/lipolysis in NAFLD

37:54 – why low-carb diets drive stress and aren’t a good solution for fatty liver or insulin resistance

52:37 – the role of increases in stress hormones and fat-burning/lipolysis in NAFLD (cont.)
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