How To Maintain Weight After Keto Diet

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Ketogenic Diet Plan – Weight Loss Results Before And After Reviews

You may have heard of the ketogenic diet plan, but have no idea what it means. Or you’re looking for a new diet low in carbs that will actually give you results. Here’s our all-inclusive guide to this low-carb dietary lifestyle which includes ketogenic diet reviews from REAL people at the end. The ketogenic diet plan is a low-carb, high-fat diet that aims to alter your metabolism so that your body relies primarily on fat for an energy source instead of quick-burning carbs. Whenever you eat something high in carbs (a doughnut), your body will produce glucose and insulin. Glucose – Almost everything we eat can be converted into glucose. Carbs are sugars, and all sugars are easily converted to glucose. Since glucose is the easiest source for your body to convert to energy, it will be chosen over any other energy source to fuel the body. If you consume more sugar than your body needs to function, the excess glucose your body generates then gets stored as fat. Insulin – Insulin is released while eating. It notifies your body to start taking glucose out of its bloodstream, which then lowers blood glucose levels. If not for insulin, you would go into hyperglycemic shock from somet Continue reading >>

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  1. Wilsoll09

    I am a female with 40+ lbs to lose. I started this diet a few months ago. I was hopeful after my fiance lost 30 lbs in 3 months. I don't eat beef or pork, so chicken and seafood are my only meat options. I have really been sticking to under 30 carbs a day, and have been following the carb nite book, which allows us to cheat 1 day a week. I quit the diet last week bc I got so frustrated, but am willing to give it another shot. I need advice!! I'm getting married in 2 months and really would like to lose some weight. Should I start exercising? Should I be watching my calories? Thanks for any advice!

  2. JesS90

    Honestly, I think you should just keep calm and keto on!
    No cheating though, that was probably what was holding you back.
    Last podcast was great, have you already listened to it?
    Episode #61 - Metabolic Rate
    2 Keto Dudes Podcast
    Richard Morris @richard and Carl Franklin @carl discuss the theory of CICO (Calories In vs. Calories Out), a very popular theory about how to lose weight: If you simply create a caloric deficit by expending more calories via exercise than you eat you will lose weight. Does it work? If not, why? Does your body utilize every calorie that you eat? Are all calories burned at the same rate all the time? Does exercise increase or decrease your metabolic rate (calories out)? These are the questions tha…

  3. clackley

    Hi there. I understand how frustrated you much feel. Because you are asking for advice...

    I would suggest that you drop the carb night. It is likely keeping you from fully adapting to keto.

    Many people have to restrict carbs to 20g total (no netting out for fibre).

    Restrict all snacks to none and try a little intermittent fasting. This is to limit insulin which can and does block fat burning.

    Be sure your are eating appropriate amounts of protein. Too much is converted to glucose.

    Hope this is of some help..

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