Ketoacidosis Medical Terminology Breakdown

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Tcc Medical Terminology Jen Campbell Ch.14 Study Guide

hyposecretion of growth hormone during childhood and puberty. diabetes ______ / no word breakdown. Term means = lacking a distinctive appearance or taste. Fun Fact - if you didn't read this in the book, your gonna love this one fellow wanna be Dr's Patients with diabetes insipidus have tasteless, dilute urine, like water, while the urine of patients with diabetes mellitus is sweet. Before there were laboratories, physicians used to taste the patient's urine to make a diagnosis. condition; state; thing / many; much / urine condition; state; thing / many; much / thirst process; disease from a specific cause / above; more than normal / thyroid gland abnormal condition / shield-shaped structure (thyroid gland) / poison; toxin abnormal condition in which too much thyroid gland hormone acts as a poison chronic inflammation and progressive destruction of the thyroid gland. The most common type is _______ thyroiditis. process; disease from a specific cause / above; more than normal / beside; apart from; two parts of a pair; abnormal / thyroid gland condition of the blood; substance in the blood / above; more than normal / calcium process; disease from a specific cause / below; deficient / Continue reading >>

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  1. Margot LaNoue

    Maybe, but it depends on a few factors:

    What are the net carbs in the bar? (n)
    n = (grams carbs) - (grams fiber)

    How many carbs have you already consumed today? (x)
    x = total carbs before protein bar
    If (n+x) > 40 then you've probably been kicked out of keto.
    If (n+x) < 40 then you're probably still in keto.
    Your personal limit may differ from my general rule of 40g net carbs per day. Since you know your body best, go with your personal number. To test your limits, use keto sticks to test your urine for the presence of ketones. Color doesn't matter because being in ketosis is like being pregnant. You can't be a little pregnant, you either are or aren't.

  2. Steve Clarke

    It depends entirely on the types of carbs.
    Simple carbs will increase insulin secretion but 17g should be OK... just be careful.
    If the carbs were in fact fiber (Quest bars) you'll be absolutely fine. They are my go to treat when I play with Ketosis.
    Keep your carbs below 50g and get most from fiber and complex carbs.
    Also to note: Some processed sugars will cause insulin spike also.

  3. Raj Patel

    Most likely not. But it depends on how many total carbs you ate that day. Also if all those 17 grams are from sugar or not? It is a lot of carbs in one shot. If your on a ketogenic diet I would avoid protien shakes and bars.

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