October 22, 2019 HomeArticlesReduce Hunger Pains During Intermittent Fasting! [WHAT TO DRINK] · Dr. Jason Fung Clip Reduce Hunger Pains During Intermittent Fasting! [WHAT TO DRINK] · Dr. Jason Fung Clip By Norbert Padgett Articles, Blog 15 Comments Tags:16:8, autophagy, bulletproof coffee, coffee, Diabetes, dr fung, dr. jason fung, fasting, fasting drinks, fasting tips, green tea, green tea benefits, guide to fasting, health, how to fast, if, intermittent fasting, intermittent fasting for beginners, intermittent fasting guide, interview, jason fung, jason fung videos, ketone ester, podcast, reduce appetite, reduce hunger, the obesity code, water fasting, weight loss, what breaks a fast, what to drink while fasting Related Posts Red yeast rice wine 红曲米酒 Chinese-style yeast, Korean-style recipe [CC] What’s the Difference Between Cheap and Expensive Wine Car Audio Amp & Midrange Speakers vs Wine Glass – Will it break? Fun Experiment! About Author admin 15 Comments robert lerma You are DUMB! There I said it! October 11, 2019 Reply Edward Dickey Eliminate all diary from eating plan, I not have any urge to eat Chocolate or Ice cream. Please let all know that have same problems. Thank you [email protected] October 11, 2019 Reply John James This is me!I did 3 x 48 hour fasts this weak easily.But if I try to do 1 x 72 hour fast I feel like death. It's basically next to impossible for me.Maybe I should try exogenous ketones in the 48 – 72 hour range… October 12, 2019 Reply Paradise Soon Thankyou dr yes il increase green tea October 12, 2019 Reply jjcampbell80 Hey look, it’s that she bang guy from American Idol 👍 October 13, 2019 Reply Sandy Westbrook Green tea makes me very suck. Wish I knew why. October 13, 2019 Reply Farmer Dude357 I use lime water. October 14, 2019 Reply Manny Santiago At 4:00, no mention is made of black populations and high COMT dispersion. To my fellow chocolaty-faced friends that may be reading this, REJOICE!! and read the following excerpt from a published medical study: Abstract Catechol-O-methyltransferase (COMT) catalyzes the O-methylation of catecholamine and catechol drugs such as levodopa and methyldopa. Human COMT activity is inherited as an autosomal co-dominant trait; approximately 25% of white individuals have low activity consistent with homozygosity for a low activity allele, about 50% have intermediate activity (i.e., heterozygous genotype) and 25% have high activity. COMT activity has not been characterized in African-Americans or other black populations. To investigate potential ethnic and gender differences in COMT, we measured erythrocyte COMT activity in 195 unrelated black and 202 unrelated white healthy individuals living in the Southeast United States. Overall, the black population had significantly higher COMT activity than the white population (median 15.7 vs. 11.4 U/ml of packed red blood cell volume; P < .001). Maximum likelihood estimation of COMT activity distribution identified significant ethnic differences, with high activity in 23% of whites and 55% of blacks, intermediate activity in 50% of whites and 38% of blacks and low activity in 27% of whites and 7% of blacks. No greater differences in COMT activity were observed in either ethnic group. We conclude that red blood cell COMT activity is significantly higher in black subjects than white subjects. Hardy-Weinberg estimates indicate that this ethnic difference is due to a higher frequency of high activity COMT alleles in blacks vs. whites (0.74 vs. 0.48). You're welcome xD Basically it says that the coco man enjoys a greater weight loss benefit from consuming green tea and caffeine than the vanilla man – comparable or better than that of the yellow man. October 14, 2019 Reply Gary LeMaster Which green tea? The unsweetened, or the diet with salt? Does it make a difference? October 14, 2019 Reply Dian Thompson What about the black seeds oil ,is this good for diabetes and help with weight loss? October 15, 2019 Reply Washington Consultants I have no idea what he was talking about. October 15, 2019 Reply Netto 👏👏👏🇧🇷 October 20, 2019 Reply Lori Dukes Might a diabetic have to wean off the Exogenous ketones eventually. Will it make the body lazy from ever trying to make them on its own? October 20, 2019 Reply Patrick Carroll I am type 2 diabetic I started the keto diet and am fasting for 18 hours daily but when I checked my ketones levels the where at 0.5 can you please help me raise them? October 21, 2019 Reply 49jubilee 3:38You forgot BLACKS (I'm a mid spectrum black), with Asians and Whites.Green tea without sugar helped me lose weight October 21, 2019 Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.