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Can Too Much Protein Cause High Blood Sugar?

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6 Things That Can Cause Your Blood Sugar To Spike Or Drop

While roller coasters can be thrilling at amusement parks, theyre not so great when it comes to your blood sugar levels. Also known as glucose, blood sugar is a critical source of energy for your body, according to the Mayo Clinic . When its either too high or too low, you can feel pretty terribleespecially if you have type 1 or type 2 diabetes . Heres a quick primer on how blood sugar works in people with and without diabetes. You absorb sugar from food and beverages into your bloodstream, where insulin (a hormone from your pancreas) helps it gets into your cells to provide energy, according to the Mayo Clinic . As a backup of sorts, your liver also makes and stores its own glucose to help keep your blood sugar within a normal range. In general, when you dont have diabetes, your body does a good job of regulating glucose levels, Amisha Wallia, M.D., an endocrinologist at Northwest Memorial Hospital, tells SELF. But if you have type 1 diabetes, which typically appears in childhood or adolescence, your pancreas produces little or no insulin to help glucose get into your bodys cells, according to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK). That can Continue reading >>

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  1. FullstackZA

    Hey guys
    I have been doing Keto on and off for about 3 years now. But I can't seem to get my bodyfat below 15%, even though I try to eat less than 20g of carbs a day.
    After some reading I see that some sources say that if you eat too much protein it can be turned into glucose and thus pushes your Insulin up.
    I eat on average between 200 and 250g of protein a day. I am very active - train 6 times a week, alternating between full body metabolic workouts and hypertrophy (strength) training.
    Is this high protein in-take causing my blood glucose to rise, kicking me out of Ketosis?
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    2206 kcal Goal, a 30% deficit. (1861 min, 3151 max)
    25g Carbohydrates
    163g Protein (99g min, 163g max)
    162g Fat (124g min, 266g max)

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    Does Too Much Protein Raise Blood Glucose?
    No. Protein intake stimulates insulin, which acts to reduce blood glucose. It also stimulates glucagon, which increases blood glucose. The net effect is balance.
    Does Too Much Protein Raise Insulin?
    Carbs raise insulin the most. Protein raises insulin somewhat (and Glucagon counteracts that). Fats raise insulin negligably. Everything raises insulin, it can't be avoid except through fasting.
    People who say that protein raises blood sugar don't know what they are talking about.

  3. bidnow

    That's a little harsh, sim. People who say "eating 15g of protein over the recommended 0.8g/lbm pound will kick them out of ketosis" don't know what they are talking about. However there is a point where excess protein will stop ketosis - but that is generally above the 2g/pound of body weight range.

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How You Can Have High Blood Sugar Without Carbs

How You Can Have High Blood Sugar Without Carbs Can you have high blood sugar without carbs? Well, its important to look at common beliefs about high blood sugar first. High blood sugar is bad. Carbohydrates raise blood sugar. Therefore carbohydrates are bad. The theory is simple, and yet incredibly flawed. The truth is, you can have chronically high blood sugar even while religiously avoiding every starch and sugar in sight. Low-carb forums are littered with posts asking a very relevant question: Why is my blood sugar so high when Im not eating any carbs? The answer is simple, yet often overlooked. The Hormone that Raises Blood Sugar: No Carbohydrates Required If the body were an engine, glucose would be its fuel. Most people think glucose only comes from carbohydrates (sugar and starch), but protein can also be turned into glucose when there arent enough carbs around to do the job. This is called gluconeogenesis, and its performed by one of the major stress hormones cortisol. When you have high cortisol levels (from diet, lifestyle, etc.), the cortisol rapidly breaks down protein into glucose, which can raise blood sugar levels considerably. For some folks, this results in chron Continue reading >>

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  1. FullstackZA

    Hey guys
    I have been doing Keto on and off for about 3 years now. But I can't seem to get my bodyfat below 15%, even though I try to eat less than 20g of carbs a day.
    After some reading I see that some sources say that if you eat too much protein it can be turned into glucose and thus pushes your Insulin up.
    I eat on average between 200 and 250g of protein a day. I am very active - train 6 times a week, alternating between full body metabolic workouts and hypertrophy (strength) training.
    Is this high protein in-take causing my blood glucose to rise, kicking me out of Ketosis?
    Generated by Keto Calculator 9.0
    29/M/5'12" | CW 209 | 22% BF | Very active
    2206 kcal Goal, a 30% deficit. (1861 min, 3151 max)
    25g Carbohydrates
    163g Protein (99g min, 163g max)
    162g Fat (124g min, 266g max)

  2. simsalabimbam

    Does Too Much Protein Raise Blood Glucose?
    No. Protein intake stimulates insulin, which acts to reduce blood glucose. It also stimulates glucagon, which increases blood glucose. The net effect is balance.
    Does Too Much Protein Raise Insulin?
    Carbs raise insulin the most. Protein raises insulin somewhat (and Glucagon counteracts that). Fats raise insulin negligably. Everything raises insulin, it can't be avoid except through fasting.
    People who say that protein raises blood sugar don't know what they are talking about.

  3. bidnow

    That's a little harsh, sim. People who say "eating 15g of protein over the recommended 0.8g/lbm pound will kick them out of ketosis" don't know what they are talking about. However there is a point where excess protein will stop ketosis - but that is generally above the 2g/pound of body weight range.

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How Can Eating Excess Protein Raise Blood Glucose?

It is almost an article of faith among low-carbers that the low-carb lifestyle is able to lower blood glucose values in diabetics and pre-diabetics. It would be logical to assume that the lower the carbohydrate intake, the lower the corresponding blood glucose. But recent observations in a limited sample of people who were doing something very close to zero-carbing suggest that this is not necessarily the case. Donald K. Layman has done some interesting work on the effect of dietary protein on glycemic control that may help explain this phenomenon. In an article in The Journal of Nutrition, he presents a diagram of the glucose-alanine cycle, which appears in modified form above. For those who are not familiar with this type of diagram, here is a brief explanation. Ingested protein enters the gut and is digested into amino acids. The amino acids are taken up in the blood and proceed to the liver, where many of them are metabolized. However the branched-chain amino acids leucine, isoleucine and valine are unique. Although they constitute 15-25% of protein intake, they experience very little metabolism in the liver. Most of the branched-chain amino acids, abbreviated BCAA, continue to Continue reading >>

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  1. FullstackZA

    Hey guys
    I have been doing Keto on and off for about 3 years now. But I can't seem to get my bodyfat below 15%, even though I try to eat less than 20g of carbs a day.
    After some reading I see that some sources say that if you eat too much protein it can be turned into glucose and thus pushes your Insulin up.
    I eat on average between 200 and 250g of protein a day. I am very active - train 6 times a week, alternating between full body metabolic workouts and hypertrophy (strength) training.
    Is this high protein in-take causing my blood glucose to rise, kicking me out of Ketosis?
    Generated by Keto Calculator 9.0
    29/M/5'12" | CW 209 | 22% BF | Very active
    2206 kcal Goal, a 30% deficit. (1861 min, 3151 max)
    25g Carbohydrates
    163g Protein (99g min, 163g max)
    162g Fat (124g min, 266g max)

  2. simsalabimbam

    Does Too Much Protein Raise Blood Glucose?
    No. Protein intake stimulates insulin, which acts to reduce blood glucose. It also stimulates glucagon, which increases blood glucose. The net effect is balance.
    Does Too Much Protein Raise Insulin?
    Carbs raise insulin the most. Protein raises insulin somewhat (and Glucagon counteracts that). Fats raise insulin negligably. Everything raises insulin, it can't be avoid except through fasting.
    People who say that protein raises blood sugar don't know what they are talking about.

  3. bidnow

    That's a little harsh, sim. People who say "eating 15g of protein over the recommended 0.8g/lbm pound will kick them out of ketosis" don't know what they are talking about. However there is a point where excess protein will stop ketosis - but that is generally above the 2g/pound of body weight range.

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