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Pruvit Ketogenic Diet Plan: Foods To Eat & Avoid While Drinking Keto Os

088.8KSHARES Share to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to PinterestPinterestPinterestShare to PrintPrintPrintShare to MoreAddthisMore Keto OS and Keto Max from Pruvit provide exogenous ketones. Maximize your ketone levels with a ketogenic diet approved food list. What is Ketosis? Explore the health benefits of ketosis for accelerated fat loss, disease prevention, better brain function, appetite control, performance, and more. Ketosis can often be a misunderstood subject. Some think it is part of a starvation diet or a alarming sign that something has gone wrong in your metabolism. But this is simply not the truth! You see, ketones – contrary to popular belief and myth – are a much needed and essential healing energy source in our cells that come from the normal metabolism of fat. Have you ever heard someone say that fats are “evil”? This has become the standard way of thinking in today’s society, which has led to our primary energy source coming from carbohydrates – sugar AKA glucose. Most people eat a diet high in carbohydrates or glucose. When sugar is your body’s primary energy source, that sugar needs to be processed first in the cell soup before it can be passed int Continue reading >>

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  1. Michael Murphy

    Yes. Alcohol is a sugar, and so it will stop ketosis. But I have also done this diet to great success, and I find that as long as alcohol is the only carb in your system, the ketosis will return as soon as you have metabolized the alcohol. But, if you eat carbs along with the alcohol, those carbs my be turned to fat while your body metabolizes the alcohol.

  2. Doug Freyburger

    In this context the alcohol does not matter. Beers run roughly 20 grams of carb each unless a specifically low carb variety like Guinness. The level of 50 per day net is the point most drop out of ketosis. It's the bottom level for maintenance. The level of 100 per day net has nearly everyone out of ketosis. It'sthe top level for maintenance for most.


    Yes more than likely. There’s a lot of carbs in beer .Thats why its sometimes called liquid bread. Look at drinking red wine instead which only has about 2 g of carbs per average glass but limit that to one or two.

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