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Can We Do Pork Rinds on Keto?



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Dr. Berg talks about pork rinds and the perfect balance of protein and fat with no carbs. It can be used on a keto diet to replace chips, put on salad, used as a chip with guacamole, etc.

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  1. All of the pork rinds have some type of coconut palm sugar or Maltodextrin in them. Can you recommend any pork rinds that will not raise your insulin or snatch you out of ketosis? Thank you

  2. Make your own fried pork rinds. I personally think even using non-organic/non-free-range pork skin still better than eating potato chips or any refined-carbs foods.

  3. And what a great video I typed in pork rinds on keto and what do you know my boy doctor Berg already on the ball thank you sir

  4. Watching a video on Fathead Pizza dough led me hear. I saw a suggestion that said to replace the almond flour with crushed up Pork Rinds to lower the Net Carbs. I will be trying this tonight! Excited to see how it turns out!

  5. Anyone know if I should remove and not eat chicken skin or not? Is it good for you? I can seem to find a good answer in he Internet…

  6. Demonizing MSG lmfao still believe the 1970s and the studies where MSG was overfed to rats. GOOD JOB Keep spreading misinformation and ignorance about MSG. 🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️

  7. Try a Mexican, Filipino, or Chinese grocery/market. If your lucky, they will have real fresh pork rinds (chicharron). Often you'll find two types of cut -skin, and skin with fat and meat. Personally I like the latter…the fat literally melts in your mouth. It's ironic that eating this stuff makes my joints feel fluid and well oiled…lol.

    Never mix this stuff with carbs!

  8. I was wondering whether the amino acids in pork rinds are glucogenic. Found this on another website: "Pork rinds are not supposed to be a complete protein source, because they are low in tryptophan. There are seven essential proteins: valine, phenylalanine, methionine, lysine, leucine, and isoleucine. Of these, pork rinds are highest in leucine (1 serving = 465 mg),

    However, pork rinds are relatively high in non-essential amino acids glutamine (1068 mg of glutamic acid per serving) and glycine (1669 mg per serving). These amino acids are glucogenic – the body will convert them to glucose during a fast. That's why eating pork rinds lowers your ketostix readings – they really do impair ketosis. (I'm not clear by how much)"

  9. Dr. B, I made Jalapeno poppers from pork rinds with tri-cheeses, cream cheese and bacon filling. omg yummy!!

  10. Chicken "cacklins" are much better than pork rinds…. I am one who does not touch pork, but chicken skins are really great…. My son makes them…. There are some companies that make them, but to my horror I found out from asking them what natural flavoring were they used, and they told me they flavor their chicken cackilns with pork drippings…. I nearly inverted myself inside out from gagging…. We make our own now……..

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