Oct 28, 2021
Halloween is essentially the beginning of an avalanche of sugar
until the end of the year for most people, but if you’re not
careful, you may be risking more than just rotting your teeth. Find
out why sugar and stress is a deadly combination that you should
definitely avoid, why the “diet” in diet soda is a cruel joke, and
how you can ditch the toxic boyfriend known as sugar and start
living the Keto Green lifestyle right now.
- [0:10] This is the season of sugar consumption and stress, and
that combination leads to a lot of acidity in your system. It’s
time to break up with the toxic boyfriend that keeps on coming
- [1:35] Halloween is known for sugar, sugar, sugar. And right
after Halloween the holiday season starts up and with it comes the
temptation to eat even more sugary treats. Unfortunately, stress
and glucose together can be a deadly combination that creates
acidity and inflammation throughout your body.
- [3:25] Getting into the Keto green lifestyle is the secret to
breaking up with sugar for good.
- [4:00] Dr. Anna’s brothers were very into Halloween, and even
as adults, still have Halloween parties now, but Dr. Anna is not so
enthusiastic after a creepy interaction at the age of 11. Even with
those differences between Dr. Anna and her brothers, their
relationship with sugar has a familial factor.
- [5:30] Dr. Anna has diabetes on both sides of her family, so
she’s been extremely aware of those risks in her life. Type 2
diabetes is diet controlled and lifestyle based and it often
results in Type 3 diabetes, also known as Alheimer’s and Dementia.
The combination of sugar and cortisol is a timebomb waiting to
- [6:30] When Dr. Anna was on her healing journey around the
world, she met a Native American shaman that recognized that she
had high levels of sugar and acidity in her system and was
surprised that Dr. Anna wasn’t suffering from cancer already.
- [7:10] Keto Green is the opposite of sugar. It’s ketones and
alkalinity, and when you’re in that state, you have the willpower
to avoid sugar cravings.
- [7:30] Sugar is so addictive because it directly affects the
dopamine in your brain, which is the hormone of addiction. 100
years ago, we consumed an average of 10-15 grams of sugar per day.
Modern humans consume 10 times that amount.
- [8:15] Diet soda is a cruel joke. Just like sugar, artificial
sweeteners trigger the same set of physiological processes. The
worst thing is that artificial sweeteners will actually make you
fatter. Studies on rats showed an association between consumption
and incidents of metabolic syndromes like diabetes, heart disease,
and high blood pressure.
- [10:30] When your palate is cleansed, artificial sweeteners
don’t taste good. Listen to what your taste buds are telling
- [11:15] Eliminate aspartame from your diet completely. Dr. Anna
helps people recover from the effects of artificial sweeteners
because it’s a critical part of healing from the neurological
- [12:15] Whether you have the genetics for diabetes, you can
reverse and improve your insulin response. Dr. Anna’s father
suffered from type 2 diabetes for years, and the symptoms gradually
changed him over time. After speaking with his doctor, Dr. Anna
decided to take her father’s case on herself.
- [16:10] Dr. Anna put her father on an early version of her Keto
Green diet, took away three of his medications and added a few
supplements to his regime. In 30 days, her father lost 30 pounds
and went from injecting 120 units of insulin per day to 20 units,
and he began to feel amazing.
- [17:30] You are never too old to change things up in your life
and your diet. Replacing sugar with healthy fats will transform
- [19:30] Don’t fall down the spiral of sugar addiction. Make
strategic and healthy substitutes that taste great and empower you
to avoid putting toxic sugar and artificial sweeteners in your
- [20:30] Give your kids healthy options. When they are full and
satiated, they aren’t going to want treats all the time. Give them
reasons why the sugar isn’t good for them and give them healthy
options that taste great.
- [22:00] There is a lot going on in the world, but you can make
a change by taking one step at a time. Write down what your next
right step is, and then go take that step.
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