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Can You Exercise Into Ketosis?

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Mini-fast Your Way To Health

It’s official. The number of adults in this country who are clinically obese now exceeds the number of those who are merely overweight. If you fall into either category—and two-thirds of you reading this do—what should you do? Well, you could pick up one of the thousands of diet books currently available. You could join a gym. You could take nutritional supplements that boost metabolism or curb appetite. All of these steps, especially when used together, facilitate weight loss. Or you could try a program we use at the Whitaker Wellness Institute that is so simple, so logical, so easily implemented, and so inexpensive that it’s like the missing glasses you finally found resting on your nose. It’s a “mini-fast” coupled with exercise. How to Mini-Fast Here’s how it works. You get up in the morning and drink a glass of water or a cup of coffee or tea. You can use a little creamer or low-calorie sweetener like xylitol or stevia, and you can take your supplements if they don’t upset your stomach. But do not eat breakfast or drink anything other than coffee, tea, or water. Then put on your workout gear and do some aerobic exercise. You can walk briskly, jog, or cycle; us Continue reading >>

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  1. lovelyladel

    I tend to have small cheat snacks (low carb ice cream, fruit, more nuts etc.) when I visit my bf on the weekends. I'm pretty sure that it takes me out of ketosis. I work out on Tuesdays and Thursdays, but I'm wondering if working out on Monday would help put me into ketosis quicker? Thank you!
    tl;dr Will exercise help put me back into ketosis?

  2. shhaablagoo

    Yes
    It helps you burn through any carbs you may have eaten, as well as any stored up glycogen in your muscles which will help launch you into ketosis faster.

  3. JimmyShockTreatment

    It also improves insulin sensitivity, so your body isn't thrown so far out of whack by the carbs you ingest.

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