The Keto Minute
A series of short, informational videos
Dr. Laura Korman and the “Keto Cowboy”
Dr. Korman and The Keto Cowboy are discussing our immune system in a 6-part mini-series, prompted by the fact that we are now in the time of year when colds and flu are running rampant
Dr. Korman and the Keto Cowboy are continuing their discussion about our immune system, and how to build it up and make it stronger. Where do we begin? Well, we need to learn how to stop poisoning our gut, first and foremost.
Canned chicken noodle soup contains Monosodium Glutamate, made from toxic wheat and gluten, and we don't want you eating that. That works against all of our goals here. We are hearing quite a lot these days about bone broth. Bone broth is a great thing for many reasons.
The process of at-home fermentation of veggies and the making of kombucha are interesting, healthy and fun ways to care for your immune system and help with the gut, especially at this seasonal time of year when illness and viruses loom around us.
We know that a lot of people don't have the time to cook up their own bone broth, ferment their veggies or create some of that fun kombucha, so we want to talk this week about some supplementation that would be helpful for building and maintaining a healthy immune system.
Resistant starch is a type of dietary fiber that is naturally found in many carbohydrate-rich foods such as potatoes, grains, and beans. This seems especially true when these foods are cooked and then cooled! How does that work?
If we’re going to continue our love for salt, let’s make it HEALTHY SALT! Many people are unaware that there are even choices in salt, but there are, and understanding that is very important for your health!
Dr. Korman and the Keto Cowboy discussed their surprise in finding out that, while meat products such as chicken, steak, and fish don't have virtually any carbs, the oysters they ate did have carbs!