EP 26: Dr. Dominic D’agostino – New Ketogenic research, DHA and Keto, Special Ops, Performance Enhancement

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Dr. Dominic D’agostino is a tenured professor at the University of South Florida involved in cutting edge research on the ketogenic diet’s applications in areas such as cancer therapies, Alzheimer’s treatment, and more. We got into some fascinating topics such as performance enhancement applications of a ketogenic diet in the context of military special forces, how manta rays utilize ketosis, potential benefits of exogenous ketones in emergency medical situations, the vital importance of DHA, why fish should be a ketogenic staple food, and much more. This is a gem of an episode. Enjoy.Please subscribe via itunes or your preferred podcast server, like the video on youtube and give a thumbs up!
Watch the Video Here.Dom’s fiancé, Csilla Ari recently did a TED talk on her research into the brains of manta rays and why they need to be protected and studied:Resources:Dominic’s site: http://www.ketonutrition.org/ ketopet: http://www.cancersanctuary.org/

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4 Responses

  1. Martin
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    Hey Hye, I am a big fan of Dominic and ketoses in general. Ketoses for performance and health related benefits are immense. I have been on low carb high fat for almost two years. I love the state of my body and everything. I come across your podcast by some random coincidence.
    Great job, I like it a lot.
    Funny thing is that my health transformation began when I started to listen to certain health podcast two years ago, walking to my community in Ecuador. I used to live and work as a volunteer in Celica region. I was hiking to teach kids in remote villages. And there it all happened.
    I absolutely love EQ and planing to return soon.
    Can you reveal your location in EQ?

    have a lovely day and thx for the great work. I gonna listen to the rest of your podcast.

    • Jessica
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      Thanks for sharing your story, I’m happy to hear things are going so well. We also live in the Loja province, in a small town called Vilcabamba.

  2. Martin
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    Vilcabamba? really? so funny, I was there while residing in Ecuador. I stayed in local hostel and went for some food and drink in the PuraVida restaurant.

  3. Marguerite
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    Hey, this interview was wonderful! There was so much great information and I can’t wait to check out some of your other videos, especially about ketosis and pregnancy! The discussion about animals and our as humans interpretation of intelligence is based on the environment we live in – made me think you may enjoy a book by Frans De Wall, Are We Smart Enough to Know How Smart Animals Are? This book is exactly about that, how we as humans interpret the intellegiance of animals and how animals are far smarter than we think and we are only starting to understand the intelligence of animals. A similar book is What a Fish Knows: The Inner Lives of Our Underwater Cousins by Jonathan Balcombe. Hope you find these interesting!

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