Can Caffeine Affect Ketosis?

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Perfect Cup Of Ketoproof Coffee

Ketoproof coffee is quite a bit healthier than your average breakfast, and it has the calories to match. Commonly used in intermittent fasting, ketoproof coffee gives plenty of energy and a great satiated feeling throughout the morning fasting hours. Now, I want to explain this further. Drinking this coffee will break your fast from the night time, but it will ramp up your metabolism with caffeine and fats. This is to help you get through the fasting process in the 10+ hours ahead. Personally, I drink 2 cups of this in the morning – fast all day – and eat at 9pm. If you’re only using this for breakfast, and still eating a lunch, then it’s not really intermittent fasting. Our favorite brew is made with a pour over and goose-neck kettle. I chose the Bonavita Variable Temp Kettle because it’s on the cheaper side for the quality that you can get. If you’re a coffee lover, it’s definitely worth the splurge! For the pour over, we have an Osaka “Lake Masu” Pour over. It’s really just for the design – I think it looks fantastic. You can easily get a cheap one here that’ll do the same exact thing though. Don’t forget that you’ll most likely need some coffee filte Continue reading >>

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  1. Virtus

    As the title says, currently running a CKD which consists of:
    3 Eggs
    50g Sausage
    25g protein
    50g double cream
    100g Meat/fish
    Veg/olive oil based dressing
    50g cheese
    100g Meat/fish
    Veg/olive oil based dressing
    25g protein
    Works out around 2000cals a day, 142g protein and 137g fat. I have been running this for 2 weeks now and feel like i've put weight on. Have about 3 cups of coffee and around 3-4 cans of coke zero, to hit my sweet tooth. Unsure what else it could be, does anyone have any ideas?

  2. hungryshark

    coffee should be ok if you don't put sugar in it... i doubt coke zero is helping so i'd stay away from it..your sweet tooth will have to do without

  3. adonis

    I drank diet coke on my keto diet. The best thing to do is to get a Ketosis testing kit from the chemist and pee on it! It will then tell you if your in ketosis.

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