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  1. Hope everyone is staying SAFE and HEALTHY!! Thanks for watching and supporting the CHANNEL! Don’t forget to LIKE 👍🏻the video and SUBSCRIBE tot he CHANNEL!! Drop any ideas for future videos and/or questions in the COMMENTS below!! 👇🏻

    • Awesome content as always 👍

      Can you do a video with your opinions on Japanese water therapy? Pros cons etc 👍

      Stay safe mate 👍

    • Hi Thomas and team, Good topic it will be quantity of micros during the day. For example 500mg of Mg+ 200mg Si at one portior or smaller portions but spread out the day.
      Wish you all the best. Stay safe

  2. Great video. Thanks Thomas!!!
    1)Avocados
    2)Leafy greens
    3)Chlorella
    4)Tuna
    5)Pumpkin and flax seeds
    6)Dutch chocolate

  3. Full day of eating non keto video idea? I want to see some Thomas approved carbs. Sweet potatoes, brown rice, quinoa, gluten free rice noodles, whole wheat tortillas… what is healthy for us?

  4. In a previous video Thomas, you said dutched cocoa strips cocoa of many of its phytonutrients. Is it not better to opt for non-dutched cocoa, or even better yet, cacao instead?

  5. Another video talked about and ranked the different kinds of magnesium. In what “form” is magnesium in these foods?

  6. I was wondering about Epsom salt? I regularly put Epsom in my kids bath… do you think that it is actually absorbing into the body or providing any benefit? I have read many conflicting studies – would love to hear your take on it!

  7. Hope you and your family are staying safe Thomas. I know your wife will be having the baby soon and I hope things go well. Thanks for everything you do. I really appreciate it. Sending you much love from Toronto!!

  8. Avocado is very high in Oxalates canned Tomatoes too as well as a list of other foods.. Most leafy greens are as well. Oxalate crystals form and accumulate in the thyroid. Causing inflammation of the thyroid because it causes a disruption of iodine. So it’ll begin to enlarge and cause a goiter on your thyroid. Also Choose low Oxalate Greens that are Non Goitrogenic too. Flaxseeds are very high in Phytoestrogens not good for men. Be extra careful with these foods cause you can start to get small nodules on your thyroid that’ll enlarge with time and cause a goiter. This is what happened to me. And I don’t want this to happen to anyone else. I know Thomas means well. But a lot of these foods can do more harm than good.👀

  9. Spinach and kale are so high in oxalates they’re dangerous. Look for the study on PubMed about a woman who knocked her kidneys out and wound up on dialysis from drinking green smoothies made with on kale

  10. Use magnesium oil and you can take it through your skin without any backfire – go to MG12 dot com or healthmasters.

  11. @Thomas DeLauer The heat used in Dutch Processing denatures many of the beneficial compounds that make chocolate worth eating—other than for its taste—so if the goal is to just get magnesium at any cost a supplement is probably a more practical approach. Nice vids 🙂

  12. I don’t eat much grass-fed beef because I’m really poor and hard to swing it. But I have a big freezer stuffed with elk and deer. Is that ok for a replacement???

  13. This problem has already been solved by Dr William Davis…. magnesium water.
    Why are you pushing spinach (the oxalate king).
    Disappointed 🤦‍♂️

  14. I’m looking smaller in the mirror. Home workouts just aren’t cutting it for chest & legs. Wish I’d remembered to buy glutamine, that helps retain 30% more muscle I believe.

  15. Thanks so much for this info about food sources for magnesium. Your videos make it even easier to confidently follow a balanced keto diet.

  16. But does magnesium counteract calcium?
    Also, leafy greens have anti-nutrients that make you excrete the vitamins

  17. Thomas – danish fan here. I am trying to go full-on, clean keto for at least 6-8 weeks – maybe longer. But does it even make sense to do it if i eventually plan to go back to a non-keto diet? Is it still worth it to ‘build up the mitochondrial machinery’? I would like to eventually get to a diet down the road where I can have occasional sugar treats, pasta, oats, junk-food, bread etc. and then use fasting and periods of ketosis once in a while. What kind of ‘general diet model’ would be best in that case? A type of slow-carb diet with occasional cheat meals, a kind of cyclical keto diet with cheat meals, or just sort of a paleo diet with fats and protein morning/lunch and more carbs at night – with occasional cheat meals. Kind of a complex question, I know – but I feel like a lot of people might want to do keto periodically and I can’t find much information on this.

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