Cardiologist (Dr. Nadir Ali) Explains LDL (Bad Cholesterol) Spike with Keto


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Dr. Berg interviews a special guest and one of the speakers in the upcoming keto summit, Dr. Nadir Ali. He is a cardiologist in Webster, Texas with over 25 years of experience and is affiliated with Clear Lake Regional Medical Center.

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40 thoughts on “Cardiologist (Dr. Nadir Ali) Explains LDL (Bad Cholesterol) Spike with Keto

  1. In Sept I began a Keto diet. I found Dr Berg, who explained the science, so I switched to one meal a day Keto. Keto has resulted in a 50 lbs reduction in my weight… I lost the first 50 lbs on Adkins and got sick… so overall I am down nearly 100lbs from my peak. In December, I visited China in close proximity to lots of flu patients… miraculously, I did not get sick. Just had my blood tested and all levels are in normal ranges… so my experience with Keto has been quite positive.

  2. Dr. Ali is my new cardiologist!! He's awesome! He was impressed with my knowledge of keto, thanks to Dr. Berg!! 🙂

  3. 39:45 Dr. Nadir's Extensive Tissue Hypothesis about feeding the brain, in simple terms: What is a brain made out of? Cholesterol! Feed your brain!

  4. Amazing podcast, im health and nutrition coach, and this is Such valuable information that is not taught in medical school or anywhere else, hats off to the noble work Dr Berg and Dr Nadir ali are doing. I hope this video reaches a lot of people, and health professionals!!

  5. Dr Berg,
    Can you explain why many blue zone areas and centenarians (people living over 100) are not eating low carb? Sure, there may be exceptions but based on my research, many of them arent eating low carb. Many of them are eating none-minimal meat.

    I’m trying to decide what diet to go with. Perhaps ill have to experiment. I know keto is receiving a lot of craze these days but its very similar to older low carb diets of the past such as atkins, paleo, etc.

  6. Warning for seniors who may have mild constipation prior to keto. Keto no matter how much veggies fiber you may eat, keto still can cause severe constipation. My case severe pain i actually passed out briefly – followed by rectal bleeding for three days. I returned to oatmeal blueberries flax daily, lots plants veggies -no meat, oil dairy, eggs – and system returned to normal – no constipation and back to exercise. So suggest if you do keto, work with Dr Berg or your local medical doctor – too dangerous for anyone who may have a tendency of constipation.

  7. I love that Dr. Berg does consult with other doctors from various expertise to present a different vantage point. There is validation and even greater understanding on how the body works. Thank you!

  8. …. most doctors/ cardiologists are merely pushers of statins, it is very likely that they are taking huge brides from the drug companies. And let’s face the facts that the whole medical profession is quite confused about cholesterol and exactly how it affects heart health. Shame on the medical profession !!

  9. your car cannot function without oil,the brain cannot function without cholesterol. throw all statins in the trash where they belong. most people on statins are diagnosed with alzheimers,think about that.

  10. Dr berg , would you please upload a video of ACV associated with decalcification of soft tissues and arteries as well as bones which might be harmful for those who have arthritis or osteoporosis if there is strong scientific evidence and should we take calcium magnesium supplement with ACV to avoid osteoporosis patients.
    Thank you

  11. My question is if you don't have a gallbladder any longer how does the bile eliminate the LDL? I know Dr Berg has the gallbladder supplement but can that truly take the place of the gallbladder and help remove the LDL?

  12. At 16 years old and less than 115 lbs I clocked in at 343 total cholesterol. It has fluctuated in lower number since then but I've never heard of a 16 year old on a good diet and low weight, low blood pressure ever dying of a heart attack because of cholesterol alone… My mother is a nurse and always insisted on blood work from a young age so I guess I have the advantage of hindsight. No, the one-dimensional approach to the data on cholesterol dosent make sense.

  13. Just last week I was prescribed Statin's, but I decided to hold off of taking them. I am 5'4", 130lbs and run 10 km on a regular basis. I am a type 1 diabetic, and have been a devote keto lover (unless I have low blood sugar, I do take some juice for correction) for 17 years. My A1C have been at a good level, but my endocrinologist is concerned about my LDL being in the mid 200's. I am going to wait to see the cardiologist before I take any statins. I have felt so good and healthy lately, being able to run faster in my 10km's than ever. I drink Kale and spinach smoothies on a daily basis, eat lots of salad, salmon, chicken, veg, but some red meat. I also eat free range eggs and was wondering if I should quit these? Thank you so much for posting this conversation though, my heart may be healthy and it could be due to Keto and not a major build up of plaque.

  14. 3:49 If you want to become permanently insulin resistant but experience none of the symptoms of IR your cholesterol goes up. In reality there is no relationship between LDL and IR.

  15. So interesting because l tried keto and my LDL did go up but my other markers hdl & triglycerides etc. were good..thank you for the info.

  16. It’s exactly what happened to me! I lost 20 lbs. and my LDL went up to 208. ( normal level is less than 199) . My question is , Do I need to take statins?

  17. HI DOC would total cholesterol of 706 too high and LDL of 546my MD wants to put me back I Crestor…I'm not willing….any advice/suggestions. thank you

  18. Dr berg, I'm a med graduate and I'll be starting my postgraduate studies in oncology. I'd like to thank you for correcting my whole approach towards medical science and the concepts. I've used the right approach to manage my insulin resistance and that of my folks. You're awesome

  19. Dr. Berg, i have been on keto for years, i am feeling good and healthy. My blood reading all normal but the uric acid which is very high. I don't suffer from gout or any things. I am concerned about this uric acid, do you have a drug or suggestion to lower my uric acid to its normal level? Is it dangerous to have it very high, and why i am having this. Thanks

  20. I know a country doctor (on youtube) here who said: "Just don't come see me if you don't want to change your lifestyle, dietstyle and fitness style. Just don't waste your time if you're not willing to change". Wake up sheeple on dialysis, pharma meds and addicted to bad foods – but most will continue their suicidal eating habits till they die. I've watched them personally before it's like they're committed like a martyr complex or something whilst admitting helplessness to it. Thank you for this vid/interview Dr. Berg. I'm a vegetarian turned to high protein and got high ldl…I have more mental acuity, attention span and physical power and emotional peace. Hey, this particualar interview is calming me down regarding my cholesterol numbers (I got it down to 194). 🙂 <3

  21. I Love Dr. Nadir Ali. Man!!! Then you have Dr. Berg. I'm so glad these guys love what they do. They are saving lives.

  22. Not everyone can do keep , zero sugar , low fat, medium carb medium protein Is the key …. No issue whatsoever.

    Just do portion control and exercise. Diabetes solved

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