Keto Clarity: Your Definitive Guide to the Benefits of a Low-Carb, High-Fat Diet

Keto Clarity: Your Definitive Guide to the Benefits of a Low-Carb, High-Fat Diet

Leading health blogger Jimmy Moore and researcher and internist Dr. Eric C. Westman join forces again to explain the powerful therapeutic effects of a ketogenic diet—one that combines a customized carbohydrate restriction, moderation of protein intake, and real food-based fats—which is emerging in the scientific literature as a means for improving a wide range of diseases,...

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Title:Keto Clarity: Your Definitive Guide to the Benefits of a Low-Carb, High-Fat Diet
Author:Jimmy Moore
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Keto Clarity: Your Definitive Guide to the Benefits of a Low-Carb, High-Fat Diet Reviews

  • Joseph

    First of all, I want to say that every time I hear or read Jimmy's story, and his speech to the Scientific Advisory board at the USDA Dietary Guidelines Committee, it has an emotional affect on me.

    Now then, on with the review: One would expect, after reading his first book Cholesterol Clarity, that Jimmy Moore's follow up book Keto Clarity would have the same easy-to-understand approach to educating the reader and dispelling misconceptions about the subject matter. I am happy to report that it

    First of all, I want to say that every time I hear or read Jimmy's story, and his speech to the Scientific Advisory board at the USDA Dietary Guidelines Committee, it has an emotional affect on me.

    Now then, on with the review: One would expect, after reading his first book Cholesterol Clarity, that Jimmy Moore's follow up book Keto Clarity would have the same easy-to-understand approach to educating the reader and dispelling misconceptions about the subject matter. I am happy to report that it in fact does.

    In Keto Clarity Jimmy isn't afraid to tackle the hard criticisms of a ketogenic diet head on and do it with the same friendly, fun, and dynamic attitude that he is famous for in his podcasts. This book answers every single question you could possibly have about ketosis and is very easy to read. It comes with my high recommendation - especially for those struggling with obesity and who are looking for another, potentially far more successful, alternative from the mainstream advice and treatment.

  • ❤Marie Gentilcore

    This was very informative and was presented in an easy to understand fashion. I learned alot about the ketogenic diet and how our ancestors existed on ketones for periods of time when food was scarce and how the body can be fueled by either glucose from carbohydrates or ketones from fat. It was very interesting. I plan to get the previous book Cholesterol Clarity next.

  • Kelly

    Great concept. I wish they focused more on the practical aspects of implementing this lifestyle and diet. Both the podcast and this book focus on "here's all the bad things the medical community and other experts say about this diet, and here are studies that prove them wrong." Ok - we get that. We don't need to go into the weeds repeatedly on that point, we just need to know how to successfully implement this diet/lifestyle.

  • Andy

    Compared to other books, Keto Clarity is less scientific and perhaps more appropriate for someone who doesn't want to get into the nittry gritty biology of ketosis. I personally am more convinced by focusing on scientific analysis, and I found "The Art And Science of Low Carbohydrate Eating" much more convincing than this book. I've also been in ketosis for 8 months now, so I understand the nuances of each argument.

    This book is written more like a very long blog post than a work of persuasive no

    Compared to other books, Keto Clarity is less scientific and perhaps more appropriate for someone who doesn't want to get into the nittry gritty biology of ketosis. I personally am more convinced by focusing on scientific analysis, and I found "The Art And Science of Low Carbohydrate Eating" much more convincing than this book. I've also been in ketosis for 8 months now, so I understand the nuances of each argument.

    This book is written more like a very long blog post than a work of persuasive non-fiction. The thoroughness of examination of each argument often sounds more anecdotal than scientific. There is also one chapter on ketosis talking about how ketosis could affect other diseases, from autism to Alzheimer's. I found this chapter to be over the top, implying that ketosis is a cure-all for every medical problem. The evidence we have for ketosis related to these diseases is still very weak, which I don't think was stressed enough in the book.

    Based on what I've read so far, I would suggest this progression of literature to get into ketosis:

    - Why We Get Fat

    - The Big Fat Surprise

    - The Art and Science of Low Carbohydrate Living

    - The Art and Science of Low Carbohydrate Performance

    Art & Science...Living is definitely the most important one of that list of my current nutritional reading. Keto clarity is pretty high level compared to the rest of this list.

  • Laura (Kyahgirl)

    This is NOT a definitive guide, contrary to what the title claims. This is one of those books a person might read as part of gathering a wide ranging collection of info on a topic but the content should really be taken with healthy dose of critical thinking. I think there are a lot of little nuggets of information but there also a lot of stuff that makes me roll my eyes. (Really, eat a mouthful of butter with every bite?!?) I encourage anyone reading this book to spend some time looking at Jimmy

    This is NOT a definitive guide, contrary to what the title claims. This is one of those books a person might read as part of gathering a wide ranging collection of info on a topic but the content should really be taken with healthy dose of critical thinking. I think there are a lot of little nuggets of information but there also a lot of stuff that makes me roll my eyes. (Really, eat a mouthful of butter with every bite?!?) I encourage anyone reading this book to spend some time looking at Jimmy Moore’s website and following up on the buzz of controversy that seems to surround his name on the net. I am skeptical of a person who blogs and has so many ads and things for sell on their website that their message gets lost. I think he has very little credibility anymore based on what I read about him in addition to the behavior of some of his oddly cultish followers.

    There are a lot of nutbars out there in the diet/health/nutrition/weight loss world.

    I thought the ideas about low carbohydrate eating presented in

    and

    were a lot more balanced. The idea is worthy of more research but the main chapters of this book here don't contribute much to the knowledge base in my opinion.

    One thing to note, I did write down the URLs of the many websites Moore got recipes from. Some are mainly recipes, some are people making a living selling diet help or info. I really enjoyed

    because it was super simple and one woman's recipes from her low carb weight loss journey.

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