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The Three Keys to Health and Longevity
Whether you’re just starting out on your journey to optimal health, or seeking fresh insights, Dr. Kiltz’s three pillars to health, wellness, and longevity are here to help.
High-Fat Low-Carb Eating
A diet centered on whole, animal-based fatty foods provides an abundance of bioavailable nutrients while reducing inflammatory sugars, plant toxins, and antinutrients. Carnivore is best, but keto and paleo can be a bit step up for some.
Intermittent Feasting (aka Intermittent Fasting)
We evolved to function optimally with long periods of no food followed by short periods of feasting. One Meal a Day (OMAD) is best but shorter fast/feast regimens may provide some of the same benefits.
Mindlfulness, Meditation & Slowing Down
Rest, digest, and reset. Meditation, low-impact exercises, and staying cool attunes us to the present moment, balances our nervous systems, reduces anxiety, stress, and inflammation, and helps boost immune function, mental focus, and memory.
High Fat Low Carb Diet
The first pillar of health, wellness, and longevity is the food we eat. A low-carb high-fat diet based primarily on nutrient-dense animal foods brings our physiology into alignment with the natural ways humans evolved to eat since the dawn of our species. Carnivore is best, but keto and paleo may still be helpful and easier to comply with for some.
The Paleo Diet eliminates highly processed foods and focuses on fresh meats, seafood, fruits, root vegetables, nuts, and seeds. While an improvement over the Standard American Diet, there are many reasons why Paleo is not the optimal human diet, nor is it what humans likely ate in the paleolithic period.
Standard Keto Diet
A keto diet dramatically reduces carbs and increases fat intake. Keto has been shown to support the immune system, promote fertility, maintain cardiovascular health, regulate mood, promote bone health, and more.
A carnivore diet calls for eating 100% animal foods and eliminates all plant foods. It accords most closely with the dietary patterns humans evolved on for nearly two million years. As a type of keto, the carnivore diet enhances many of keto’s benefits while eliminating plant toxins and antinutrients.
Why High Fat Low Carb
Nutrient Dense Superfood
Move on over Kale. Animal-based foods dominate the game on both a macro and micronutrient level. Don’t believe us, toggle on a few of the plant and animal-based foods along with some nutrients and get ready for your mind to be blown.
The Vegetative Burden
Mainstream nutritional guidelines calling for three meals a day of plant-based foods result in a chronically high intake of sugar, along with inflammatory plant toxins and antinutrients. These foods inhibit digestive enzymes, block the absorption of nutrients, flood the bloodstream with glucose and toxins, and clog digestive tracts with abrasive fiber leading to chronic inflammation, constipation, and GI disorders
Abundant in grains and legumes, phytic acid binds with minerals, proteins, enzymes, and starches, impairing the absorption of proteins, and essential nutrients including iron, zinc, calcium, and magnesium.
Oxalates bind to minerals and limit the absorption of vital nutrients including iron, calcium, and magnesium. They can suppress immune function and reduce mitochondrial activity while promoting fungal infections in the intestines.
Structurally and functionally analogous to endogenous hormones, phyto (or plant) hormones are famously found in soy but are also prevalent in over 300 common plant foods. When ingested, they function just as our own hormones do and can highjack intricate hormone regulated systems like fertility.
The average American consumes a staggering 3 pounds of sugar each week. Consuming sugar increases stress hormones, depletes minerals and antioxidants, increases inflammation, and feeds cancer cells. And remember, all plant foods break down into simple sugar molecules like glucose.
We’ve all been told that fiber is essential, but modern research tells a different story. In fact, fiber is unnecessary and can be harmful when consumed in high quantities, leading to bloating, inflammation, constipation, and reduced fertility.
Intermittent Feasting (AKA Intermittent Fasting)
Ancestral Eating Patterns that Benefit Modern Life
Humans evolved on a dietary cycle of feasting on large animals and fasting for long periods of time between successful hunts. Over eons, the men and women whose brains and bodies functioned best in fasted states became the best at hunting food, surviving, and reproducing. We are their offspring.
As part of a modern lifestyle, intermittent fasting aligns us with our evolutionary physiology, liberates us from food addictions, clears the bowels, and opens up time and mental space for relationship, career, and creative goals.
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Mind, Body, Smile
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Regular movement keeps us healthy, but excessive, high-impact exercise damages our bodies. Low-impact practices like yoga, pilates, swimming, walking, and even just standing all day will give your body what it needs while reducing inflammatory wear-and-tear.
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A Word from Dr. Kiltz
The dreams we have for our futures exist for a reason. Our commitment to ourselves to follow these dreams determines the quality of our lives. While this journey may not always be easy, I am here to help.
I believe that everyone deserves to have a family. I provide access to care for all, including those turned away from other clinics. While I am a Western trained reproductive endocrinologist, I have become a fertility specialist by integrating traditional Eastern medicine into my practice to bring together the best of both worlds.
Through the power of positive thinking, dietary changes, and a nurturing attitude toward overall health, you can achieve what you envision and desire most. By showing up for yourself, you have already begun. I’m here to show up for you too.
Doctor Kiltz’s numerous books offer a range of timeless wisdom, cutting-edge science, guided meditations, and delicious low-carb, keto, and carnivore recipes.
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