What Happens When You Eat Nothing But Bacon for 30 Days || Dan Quibell

by Fahad Ahmad on May 01, 2018

What happens when you eat nothing but bacon for 30 days? We talk with the man behind The Bacon Experiment and find out what happens to the body when you undertake such an experiment.

BIO

Dan Quibell is the founder of The Bacon Experiment and a ketogenic lifestyle coach. He facilitates a free week trial of his popular program Beyond The Bacon Experiment at www.freeketochallenge.com Dan is passionate about helping others to adapt to Keto and get healthier one slice of bacon at a time. He lives in Ontario with his wife and two children.

TIME STAMPS:

0:56 – New flavor announcement

2:56 – Study on Erythritol & a response to sweeteners causing cravings

8:57 – How’s the Keto scene in Canada

9:41 – “The Bacon Tour”

10:05 – What is the best kind of bacon?

11:40 – How did you get into Keto/LC?

18:32 – Why did you get into the bacon challenge?

19:55 – How did biomarkers and body change before and after the 30 days of bacon?

21:19 – Did anything get worse?

22:40 – How much fat is left in bacon after cooking it?

24:50 – What did you learn from this experiment?

27:12 – Can you sustain an all bacon diet long term?

28:32 – What happened to cravings?                                  

30:42 – What kind of anecdotal improvements are noticed with such a protocol?

33:33 – What projects are you working on?

36:50 – How is your Keto challenge different from others?

39:21 – What is your own diet like?

40:59 – “Purse bacon” and bacon on the go!

44:10 – Making bacon at home

45:41 – How to shop for bacon in the store?

51:15 – Can such a diet be used for

53:38 – Getting started on The Bacon Experiment

57:03 – Can you gain weight on the Bacon Experiment?

1:01:22 – Final Plugs

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FAHAD AHMAD

Fahad is the founder of Ketogeek and hosts the Ketogeek Podcast, a world class health show about food, nutrition and health. He is into resistance training, Ashtanga yoga, calisthenics and various forms of training styles. Armed with a idealistic goals distilled in a world of realism, his goal is to help the world make a better place. He leads a life of extreme generalism or as he describes it, 'The Renaissance Lifestyle'.

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