What’s worse for your health: Bad cholesterol levels or insulin resistance?

On its own, elevated cholesterol levels aren’t unhealthy or “bad.” However, among people who eat highly processed foods composed of high fat, calories and carbohydrates, elevated cholesterol can be the fuel that lights the fire of insulin resistance.

If you’ve been worried that following a diet leaning on the keto side — more animal flesh foods and nose-to-tail eating — isn’t healthy, you’ll want to listen to Paul’s conversation with Dr. Paul Saladino, author of The Carnivore Code, in this latest Living 4D Podcast Rewind.

Paul describes the very sound nutritional reasons why nose-to-tail eating enables the human body to receive every mineral and vitamin it needs, including biotin, riboflavin, many of the B vitamins and even vitamin K.

Ever wonder why it’s harder to lose weight eating processed foods? Learn why drug food (part of a food opiate system) harms you and why no single diet fits everyone in very nutritional Living 4D Podcast Rewind.