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How To Increase Fat Burning During Ketosis

Ketosis is also known as the body's process for generating energy by producing ketones when insufficient carbohydrates are available in the diet. In other words, a low-carb diet is called ketogenic because it forces the body to use fat for energy. Ketosis is a very effective means of burning fat, but there are certain techniques for increasing fat-burning through exercise and nutrition. How many carbs should you eat per day? When is the best time to eat them? What kinds of carbs are best? And what natural supplements prevent muscle loss caused by extreme ketogenic diets? Follow a few basic rules to answer these questions and achieve your fat-burning goals. Video of the Day Take in 30 to 50 g of carbohydrates per day, depending on your individual metabolism. Typically, this carb-depletion phase lasts five days and is followed by two days of carb-loading. For example, having 100 to 200 g of carbs per day for two days. This carb-cycling strategy helps to prevent dieting plateaus in which the body stops burning fat in response to what it perceives as starvation. Stack your carbohydrates around your workouts. Carbs are needed for two reasons: muscle recovery and energy. One good strateg Continue reading >>

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  1. mikki

    this perplexes me......i keep reading it everywhere and it hurts my brain....
    exercise (activity) depletes glycogen, muscle uses more energy (food or fat stores)....what am i missing?
    is it just verbiage? "weight" (scale) vs fat (composition)?

    please enlighten me

  2. Bartdorman

    read this...

  3. Dmes10

    I've heard this "exercise thing" called Keto in fast forward.

    I think it helps to maintain good strong ketone production. But definitely not a sole tool in the quest for weight loss IMHO.

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