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  1. @drekberg on January 18, 2024 at 5:31 pm
    • @Dr.RiccoMastermind on January 19, 2024 at 12:52 pm

      Dear Sten, would you please consider an episode on the roles of fructose and URIC ACID on metabolic syndrom, fat storage, weight gain, diabetes insulin rsistence and blood pressure via NO – not only gout.
      All of this in context of endogeneously produced fructose from a paleo survival pathway.
      We humans and also great apes have an about 15 m years old mutation in the enzyme <> which gets us into trouble with a sofern high fructose diet.

      Important science was done by:
      1. Prof. Richard Johnson, professor at University of Colorado Scool of medicine
      2. Dr. David Perlmutter, University of Miami

    • @sultanbas5268 on January 19, 2024 at 4:18 pm

      I need advices craving against cocaine

    • @sultanbas5268 on January 19, 2024 at 4:19 pm


  2. @kodoyama on January 19, 2024 at 11:17 am

    This is the video I’ve been waiting for! I’ve had great success since a switched to a primarily animal based diet last year, having lost 30kg in 4 months and completely eliminating my severe depression and anxiety. My one remaining weakness though is sugar, which I’ve discovered I’m hopelessly addicted to. It’s been a real struggle trying to resist the cravings but I’m making progress. Steadily decreasing my sugar intake seems to be a better approach to just going cold turkey and then succumbing to the inevitable binges.

    • @wellnesspathforme6236 on January 19, 2024 at 11:48 am

      Contrast how good you feel compared to the insulin hangover that eating lots of carbs results in… eventually you figure out that eating to *feel good* is the obvious — and easy — choice.

    • @drekberg on January 19, 2024 at 2:19 pm

      Thank you @kodoyama. Congratulations on all your progress so far. You’ll figure out the rest too. Set some powerful goals. 😄

    • @chappyofoz5179 on January 19, 2024 at 6:53 pm

      I had the same issues. I swapped to manuka honey and it’s helped tremendously. I consider it part of my regular animal based diet now. No cravings for sugary things or fruits.

  3. @_m_K_. on January 19, 2024 at 11:18 am

    Keto helped me to really break intense sugar cravings, but it was not easy. I would say it took a good 6 months, with the first 2 months extremely difficult. It was more like I realized one day about 5-6 months in, I no longer was having cravings or even thinking about sweets or carbs.

    • @lee-anne2353 on January 19, 2024 at 1:23 pm

      So proud of you. Must have been hard. But all special things in life are worth the sacrifice.♥️

    • @drekberg on January 19, 2024 at 2:19 pm

      Thank you @_m_K_. for sharing your great results and helping inspire others. That is so awesome. I am thrilled that you have seen such great results. Keep it up! 😄

    • @curiouscat3384 on January 19, 2024 at 5:18 pm

      My story too. Many cheats and backsliding over months until I examined every spot of food I eat and kept eliminating them, finding alternatives or just eating a bigger protein dinner helped a lot to stop the night time snacking!

    • @wallhagens2001 on January 19, 2024 at 5:24 pm

      Yes, it took a long time to be free of that craving.

  4. @scubarocks2004 on January 19, 2024 at 11:30 am

    My twin sister and I eat extremely healthy and IF but our husbands are diehard ultra processed food eaters and eat non-stop. When they get irritable we say, “it’s the sugar talking.” We laugh and they yell at us 😂. It’s so hard to convince someone to stop eating ultra processed foods and added sugars…it is a drug!

    • @PeaceIsYeshua on January 19, 2024 at 11:36 am

      I pray your husbands will see the light one day!! 🙏🏻 ❤

    • @bobharms8787 on January 19, 2024 at 11:37 am

      My experience too, but it’s my children that were taught by me how to eat. I know when they get a diagnosis of a1c they will see my change of life worked for me and will also follow my steps. Hopefully my daughter and grand daughters will realise before it is a problem…they boys, well, they are like the old man, and I just let the results I’ve had speak. Be patient what is true wins out understood by those who are patient to receive the revelation.

    • @david_davidson on January 19, 2024 at 11:54 am

      When they start getting sick (& take it from someone it happened to, they will) cut their sugar out & replace it with Stevia & Xylitol; the latter of which tastes just like sugar, BUT is about 4x expensive per lb.
      Then they’ll see how much damage sugar has done to them.

      As a vegetarian I’ve cut out an enormous amount of sugar, but I still eat a lot of vegetarian processed “meats” (soy based, etc.), but cutting out sugar from my coffee, switching from those sugar loaded juices (never a fan of ‘sodas’) to xylitol & stevia sweetened self made lemonade & ice tea & cutting out all alcohol for five years now, have & will make a real difference to my/your health.

    • @imaginemetoo on January 19, 2024 at 11:59 am

      I started a keto / carnivore diet june last year and the bit of weight I had put on disappeared .I feel healthy , super energetic, my nails grow so quick and my hair , I look more youthful…
      I’m a twin and my sister has put on lots of weight over the years…
      I feel worried for her because of her health issues and tell her to change her diet…
      She gets angry with me when I explain what she’s eating is causing her health issues …
      It’s sad! I’m scared for her! She has become so resentful to me and I love her dearly…
      she says I love cooking and baking bread and it suits me …
      We were born identical and now she is probably twice my size and looks so tired 😞
      I pray she will start to listen…

    • @sharondennis7185 on January 19, 2024 at 12:00 pm

      Same!!! Lol

  5. @angelfriend3710 on January 19, 2024 at 12:12 pm

    Thanks Dr. Ekberg…great video! I know, for me, I lost my sugar cravings about 4 days into starting the keto lifestyle. I’m so glad you put these videos out. I am always learning, and improving my health! Hope you have a great weekend!

    • @drekberg on January 19, 2024 at 3:29 pm

      Thank you @angelfriend3710 for sharing your great results and helping inspire others. That is so awesome. I am thrilled that you have seen such great results. Keep it up! 😄

  6. @EvilMonkey8366 on January 19, 2024 at 12:32 pm

    Thank you!!! Sugar is my downfall and the rest of my family haven’t made the choice to quit. I’m not blaming them, it’s my weakness. Your continued videos from different angles always help me renew my vigor and stay strong.

  7. @rachelmcgill8143 on January 19, 2024 at 12:34 pm

    Excellent Video! Former Sugar Addict here! It feels so liberating and empowering to no longer be held captive by Sugar! I can go to a work luncheon and pass by the dessert table without looking back! Sugar has lost its power over me! ❤

    • @LuisAldamiz on January 19, 2024 at 1:48 pm


    • @andrewrivera4029 on January 19, 2024 at 3:06 pm

      Yea work was the toughest, if there was gonna be a meeting with a lot of junk I’d fast the day before then I would binge eat the junk then back to KETO fasting… bad.

    • @rachelmcgill8143 on January 19, 2024 at 3:57 pm

      @@LuisAldamiz ❤️

    • @rachelmcgill8143 on January 19, 2024 at 3:58 pm

      @@andrewrivera4029 I get it!

  8. @josefserf1926 on January 19, 2024 at 1:06 pm

    It took me a lot longer than 2 weeks to reduce my sugar intake.
    The onset of early diabetes certainly helped.

  9. @ChristinewithaC on January 19, 2024 at 1:26 pm

    Thank you for this very helpful video, Dr. E! I had completely cut out carbs for several months and lost a good bit of weight. I decided to take a break for Christmas and now I can’t get back in control. I will definitely take your advice to stop my sugar cravings! God bless you!

  10. @rmondave on January 19, 2024 at 1:58 pm

    Thanks for giving such a thorough common sense thorough explanation. I love your bluntness in explaining “I will try to” stop sugar! One thing to add here is that it is MUCH easier to keep away from ice cream if it is not in the house at all. Thus, getting your other family members to join the movement, is going to be helpful.

    • @wallhagens2001 on January 19, 2024 at 5:37 pm

      I completely agree with you. Bad decisions are easier to avoid if they aren’t possible. If it is in the house, I have to rely on willpower and there will be a point when I’m low on willpower. I can’t have it in the house.

  11. @allhimwithme5115 on January 19, 2024 at 1:59 pm

    Your comprehensive videos are just my style, Dr. Ekberg – I love the ins and outs so I _understand_ and I don’t have to just “swallow” stuff (no pun intended, LOL). I’m forever grateful for my mother’s knowing that sugar in my formative years was a _bad idea._ I never really cared too much about sweets and in fact threw out most of my Easter candy sometimes around the 4th of July, seriously! And she taught me about the “try” lie, too, before I was 5. I love her so much.

  12. @marcimccann1109 on January 19, 2024 at 2:18 pm

    I’m so grateful for you and for these educational videos. I have lost 40 lbs and brought my A1C down from 5.7 to 5.5 and my triglycerides from 200 to 89. It took about 9 months but it was well worth it! There is more work to do but I am loving these results! My doctor was blown away by the change in blood work! Thank you so much!!!

  13. @mikeob9502 on January 19, 2024 at 2:42 pm

    Thank you doctor for your very cogent discussion/lesson here — and a very timely one in my case too, as I’ve recently (couple of months now) fallen off the KETO wagon and I’m struggling (seemingly more than a bit) to get back on track. This advice should give me all the courage/firmness necessary to persevere.

  14. @junemarie460 on January 19, 2024 at 2:46 pm

    In 1978 when I was very young and so sad being obese in high school I came across a booklet I ordered from one of those supermarket tabloid newspapers. Long story short, I went cold turkey & 0 carbs each day for the 1st week. I felt horrible, but then the 2nd week I ate 10 carbs per day, the 3rd week I ate 20 carbs per day, and so on. I lost 75lbs over summer break easily & by the time I got to eating 70 carbs per day I ended up putting on 2lbs that week. So I learned to keep my carb intake at 70 per day if I wanted to maintain my new sleek & fit body. Afterwards anything processed & fast food tasted like horrible chemicals to me & still does to this day. I actually still have the booklet!

    • @wallhagens2001 on January 19, 2024 at 5:19 pm

      That is impressive! So glad you found the way to live healthy early on.

  15. @bejit10 on January 19, 2024 at 3:07 pm

    I’m sure you probably heard this many times before. But, as a radiologist and a fellow physician, I wanted to give you my heartfelt thanks for your video. I believe that you have extended my life with many additional good years. Based on your advice I cut out carbs and eat more fats, in only three months I lost 15-20 lbs, got my triglycerides down to 98 from 200, took my cholesterol down to 150 from 200 and my vldl down to 16 from 40. Plus, my hbh1c has gone down significantly. This in only 3 months! What I find disconcerting is how much bad advice is out there, when there is a whole body of evidence to show that what you recommend actually works. Big pharmaceuticals and food companies have no incentive to recommend what we really should be eating. And, until that changes, we will continue to have a metabolic crisis in this country. It’s very sad. Nevertheless, I am on the right path and I use much of excellent advice you give. Cannot express my thanks enough for what you do!

  16. @CultureAgent on January 19, 2024 at 3:20 pm

    I weighed myself on 28th Dec ’23, got the shock of seeing that I was heavier than at any point in my life. I immediately stopped eating carbs and adopted a 5:2 fasting regime with zero food intake after 18:00hrs on any given day. Early on in the process though I wanted to be making informed choices and soon discovered your channel Dr Ekberg, episodes were intensively binge-watched and helped me tremendously to adopt a healthy eating plan. I’m really enjoying the foods I can eat so don’t feel put out by this lifestyle change. I’m happy to say that only 22 days in; my latest weigh in indicated that I’ve lost 8kg, I know it’s coming off the belly fat too which is tremendous. Thank you for your really helpful uploads. Listen to the good doctor folks! Good luck.

  17. @MS-sd1uz on January 19, 2024 at 3:40 pm

    Most addicts in denial would say “i could quit anytime but where’s the point in giving up all pleasurable things in life”. I doubt they could quit without severe cravings and symtoms of withdrawal. And people would encourage each other not to quit because everyone is hooked on this drug.

    Great presentation as always, Sten. There’s also some practical ways to stop the urge, like going for a walk or replacing the habit with drinking plain tea. And becoming thoughtful when reaching for snacks. Intermittent fasting also helps not going to the fridge all day long.

  18. @jennifermarlow. on January 19, 2024 at 3:49 pm

    As a long hauler, I wanted to stop being in hypothermia, pain and brain fog. I quit sugar and all, went straight to one ingredient foods, very low carb. It took a just few days, and haven’t missed it since. Some things taste so sweet now, that never did before. Thank you, Dr. Sten!

    • @KAT-dg6el on January 19, 2024 at 4:25 pm

      It’s interesting how our pallets will change. I remember after I gave up sugar I was making cupcakes for “the others” and I decided to lick the frosting off the knife. I immediately spit it out it was so gross. The sweetness was unbelievable.

  19. @victorialove9104 on January 19, 2024 at 4:28 pm

    Excellent video. My husband and I are 3 months carnivore and feeling great. For me, I just had to go cold turkey on carbs. And yes I did suffer for about 2 weeks. I don’t think this approach will work for everyone but it’s how I needed to do it. I no longer crave sugar/carbs at all.
    My addiction to carbs wasn’t to ice cream or other typical sweets. My addiction was to bread. I could not eat even one slice of any kind of bread without going on a bread eating frenzy. I still look longingly at toast with butter but it’s emotional and not a physical craving. I tell myself “that’s not food”. I’ll now add “you shall not pass”.
    A friend of mine was an alcoholic. She’s not anymore and can even go to a bar with friends and not drink. I ask her how she is able to maintain her sobriety. She told me that if the only thing in life she can’t do is drink alcohol, she’s fine with that. She focuses on the innumerable other things in life that she can experience and never focuses on what she can’t do. I was impressed by this approach and it clearly works for her . If I can’t have bread there is an abundance of healthy fats and proteins I can have and and they are delicious.
    I’m 76 and feeling wonderful without any addictions.❤

    • @wallhagens2001 on January 19, 2024 at 5:28 pm

      I understand about the bread addiction. Once I ate a whole loaf of sourdough bread in a single night. It was so good! But no more. And I’m much happier now.

  20. @kathydicioccio6094 on January 19, 2024 at 6:07 pm

    Sten Ekberg explains everything in a clear and understandable way. He never shames or lectures. He motivates. Thanks Dr Ekberg.

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