Why You Should Avoid Fish Oil On The Keto Diet
(This Oil Is 8X More Potent)
Hello, my friends. I'm Dr. Chad Walding with NativePath.
Today, I want to talk about the ketogenic diet and inflammation.
One of the main problems I see in the keto crowd is that the topic of inflammation is completely ignored.
Now, inflammation is one of the main reasons why so many people gain weight as they age.
- ...It's also why we have so much disease.
- ...joint pain
- ...memory problems.
If you fix the inflammation problem, you fix a lot of things.
This is really important as you go about your ketogenic lifestyle.
Now, one simple way you can do that is by getting more omega-3. You can do that from your food, of course.
For instance, getting high-quality animal-based proteins from animals that are treated well, grass-fed, wild caught, sustainable type sources are great ways to get more omega-3 in your diet.
The other fantastic way that I highly recommend you do is by supplementing with a good quality keto-friendly krill oil like our NativePath Krill Oil.
Now, this is super high in omega-3, lots of EPA and DHA. These are essential fatty acids that you have to get from your food.
You can't get them from your body alone, so it's essential that you get them.