#47: Annette Bosworth, MD - Part 2


Originally published at: https://ketowomanpodcast.com/annette-bosworth-2/

Daisy's latest extraordinary woman, Annette, returns to finish her story and tell us what happened next - how she fought to keep her medical licence and beat felony charges.

Based in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Annette Bosworth, MD is an Internal Medicine
physician with over 19 years of experience helping patients overcome long-term, chronic
conditions through lifestyle adjustment, preventive medicine, and other therapeutic paths.
She's been mentioned in media outlets ranging from CNN, Time, US News & World Report, to Fox News.

In addition to medicine, she loves speaking at town halls, jails, churches and universities.
From politics to mission work, she lets her faith lead her to the next chapter of life-always
looking for teachable moments. Along with her husband, she savors the adventure of
raising three energetic, fast-growing sons through debate, wrestling, music, and theater.
She fights for the underdog and encourages patients with chronic health problems to
"Fight it ANYWAY YOU CAN. Ketones for Life.”


Blog BozMD.com

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This week’s end quote is from Dame Judi Dench…
It is not good to cross the bridge before you get to it.

(Bunny) #2

Excellent video!

Want to scream this from the rooftops:

The Hard Math Behind Your Metabolic Health

You burn what you eat.

If you want to burn fat, you must turn on the fat-burning mechanism inside your mitochondria. If you want to lose fat, eat fat. Don’t add carbs. Focus on WHAT you eat, not how much you eat.

Read this equation reflecting how we lose weight:

Fat Gained/Lost = Calories In – Calories Out

This formula is the gospel according to Metabolism Math. According to this equation, to calculate the fat you want to lose, you must know how many calories you put into your body and subtract the calories used by your body. That is all you need to know.

That’s it. If you eat 1000 calories in a day and you want to lose weight, you must use more than the 1000 calories you consumed.

Clear enough, right? Unfortunately, it’s wrong.

Help me understand, please