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Keto Supplements: Which Supplements Should You Use While On The Ketogenic Diet?

The ketogenic diet is currently one of the most popular diets in the fitness industry. Its simplicity and effectiveness have earned the diet a massive following, and it’s proven to be one of the few diet trends that can actually work to help you cut body fat and lose weight if you follow the plan as intended. While supplements aren’t necessary to follow the ketogenic diet, they can do a great deal to assist and enhance it. They not only help by keeping your nutrient intake aligned with the diet’s plan, but they can help you maintain better energy levels and better health overall. Cutting carbs to an extreme minimum alters several of your body’s natural processes, so taking certain supplements helps to “keep the peace” so-to-speak. When supplementing the ketogenic diet, your options are narrowed down quite a bit due to the requirements of the diet. In this article, we’ll discuss which supplements are most helpful as well as what purpose they serve within your diet plan. If you’re looking into keto supplements, you probably already know how the ketogenic diet works, but we’re going to briefly go over the process again so that we can refer back to it later in the art Continue reading >>

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  1. Brinerlady

    I am so surprised that your doctor didn't give you one free. Check magazines or even on TV. You can get a meter free from Medicare. Your reading of 106 is nothing to be alarmed about. My diabetes educator said that 80 - 100 is before meals and less than 180 after meals. If he gave you Metformin 500mg., is that once a day, twice? What? I take one Metformin with breakfast and one with supper. Then I have my insulin "pen" of Lantis Solostar in the evening. I test right away in the morning before I have anything to eat or drink. Then again before bed in the evening. I also keep a log book I made and if my count is high, I make notations as to why I think it is .I write down the date, day, time, reading count and notes. This will help you a lot. Check on line and I'm sure you can find some free. Good luck with this disease. Count your carbs and eat 45 - 60 per meal.

  2. coconoah1949

    I have had diabetes for 15 yrs. Normal range is 70 to 115. And people vary. It is also important to know when to take your sugar test. If you take it after a meal it could be as high as 180 or more. But that's normal to. You just ate. Your sugar will go up and down all day. Depending on what you eat. And what activity you are doing or have done. Do a fasting blood sugar test . Try not eating anything after 6 p.m. Like nothing after supper. Then take it first thing in the morning for an accurate reading. If you are between 70 to 115. No problems. There are two types of diabetes also. Typ1 and type 2. If and I say if, you are a diabetic. You are probably type 2. Type 1 requires insulin.

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