The Best Nutrition Strategies to Burn Fat and Lose Weight

Dr David Jockers discusses with Dr Rudy Mueller the best nutritional strategies to burn fat and lose weight on the Forget Weight Loss Forever Project online event. For more information on Dr Jockers go to To see the entire Forget Weight Loss program go to For more info on Dr Rudy Mueller go to


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  • Thank you doc. for your expertise and sharing. I have learnt a lot.

  • Great info, Dr. Jockers. Thank you. I do believe that grains and sugar are the most insidious problems in the American diet.

  • stabilize adrenal by doing what? i believe that's me as well as menopause and no gallbladder 😂

  • Great video ! I just started Keto-diet and feel great. Even being a athlete, I don't feel fatigued !

  • I am using WooPep instructions to all my diet ideas 🙂

  • Do you count calories on keto? is below 100g of protein safe for a 185lb male personal trainer 9% bf ?

  • Good video, some good info, thanks!!

  • A lot of information packed in to 58 minutes! Excellent. Very helpful. Thank you.

  • "Acute Scurvy of the sailors of old, not to be confused with Chronic Scurvy which modern man suffers from today".
    In April 2015, scientists at the Dr. Rath Research Institute in California published a groundbreaking study in the American Journal of Cardiovascular Disease proving that heart disease is an early form of the vitamin C deficiency disease scurvy. Building on a discovery made by Dr. Rath in the early 1990s, this publication deals a major blow to the cholesterol theory of heart disease and the pharmaceutical industry’s associated $30 billion annual sales in patented cholesterol-lowering statin drugs.

    In the video below, recorded on 23 April 2015, John Cha, project leader for the study, discusses the research with Paul Anthony Taylor, Executive Director of the Dr. Rath Health Foundation.

    Copies of the study can be downloaded for free from the website of the American Journal of Cardiovascular Disease:

    For further information, please see the press release on the website of the Dr. Rath Health Foundation:

  • Here's a challenge with Ketogenic and Vitamin C deficiency. We humans do not produce Vitamin C in the liver unlike the remaining 99.9% of the animal kingdom who do. I have suffered from low back pain (L4-L5) most of my adult life. I have been in ketosis for a few years and have lost and kept off 50lbs of excess weight. Still suffering with back pain, I found out that high dose vitamin C (a collagen producer) may reduce or eliminate back pain. After a few months of high dose Vitamin C, my back pain is totally gone! The problem now is that Vitamin C has a similar molecular structure to glucose. The high dose Vitamin C that did repair my lower back has now kicked me out of ketosis whereby I have put back on 10lbs without changing my ketogenic regiment at all. If I had a choice, I would take the extra weight back on versus chronic lower back pain. Vitamin C competes with sugar for uptake in the body. If people eat a lot of sugar yet also intake a lot of vitamin c, the vitamin C won't uptake properly in the body due to the sugar/high-carbs and one will suffer additional health problems.

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