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During a career spanning more than two decades of helping people conceive over 20,000 babies, Dr. Robert Kiltz learned that for most people, the most important thing in this universe is creating life. Yet, all too often he witnessed the sad truth that Western medicine doesn’t work on its own. The failure of Western medicine drove Dr. Kiltz to integrate approaches to health and well-being that treat the whole person, body, mind, and spirit, eventually leading him to a radical discovery that revolutionized his practice: The foundation of our health and well-being, and therefore our fertility, is actually the food we eat.
Since learning the simple yet radical truth that our bodies and brains are designed to run most optimally on high-quality animal fats, and that we don’t need any carbohydrates whatsoever, Dr. Kiltz has successfully recommended his version of the ketogenic diet to countless patients who had previously been unable to conceive even with the combined aid of Western and alternative medicines. He has witnessed the power of keto to bring new life into this world, and experienced it transform his own life and the lives of his patients, friends, and colleagues.
Taking inspiration from these experiences, Dr. Kiltz created The Fertile Feast as an essential guide to cultivating the life force unleashed by keto. Weaving keto with principles of mindful living, The Fertile Feast presents keto as the root mantra of well-being.
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I am not convinced by some of the assertions in this book, especially the way they are phrased (not every chapter includes citations of studies, and some claims about vegetables and variety being bad are somewhat undermined by the food lists and meal plans at the end). Also the generalisations about hunter gatherer societies are sweeping and general - and negated by current evidence from societies still living a paleo lifestyle (it really depends on environments too). Later chapters involved a lot of general, nebulous advice to tune in to your consciousness and let thoughts pass you by, with quotes from Buddha and Rumi. It wasn't quite the scientific manual I was hoping for. Listened to at 1.5 speed too. I wanted more hands-on, study-based tips to boost fertility. I'm not convinced I need to eat loads of bacon and ice cream for that.