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Fastest Way To Get Back Into Ketosis After Carb Up

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Cheating And You

Cheating, or eating hidden carbs, whatever you want to call it. Let’s have a brief talk. What is cheating? Cheating is, in the most simple terms, eating a lot more carbs than you would normally. There’s no hard and fast figure, suffice to say that if you had somewhere in the realm of 50g – 100g you would likely break your ketosis, but it wouldn’t be the end of the world. It also stands to reason that you would possibly not have to go through unpleasant keto-flu again. How does it happen? Cheating can happen for a number of reasons, but there seem to be two main causes. Emotions Alcohol Comfort eating is something everyone I know does, and I’ll admit to eating an entire pint of Ben & Jerry’s on my own, no problems at all, when feeling down. Though those days are also long gone. You could be stressed, sad, angry, or any number of other things, and may choose to seek comfort in sugary foods. After all, they raise your mood, though it’s only short term. You’ll probably feel down that you’ve stalled your progress or simply eaten foods that aren’t great for your body. You might even drink alcohol for a range of the same reasons, or, as is very often the case, it may b Continue reading >>

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  1. karryann2008

    Yesterday my mismanagement of my emotions resulted in a big carb binge.
    I want to get back into keto as quick as possible. I've got back to my normal eating today 120g p/ 30g cabs max, 90+g+ f
    I do a CKD having a controlled carb refeed every 2 weeks or so! And get back into keto usually after 36 hours.
    Not sure it will be as quick with what I ate!
    Is there anything else I can do to help? I lift 5 times a week and occasional cardio, will doing extra training sessions or cardio help?
    Or is it continue as usually and wait?
    I feel so good in Keto, pretty rubbish at the moment!

  2. Leonidas_meets_Spartacus

    Exercise does help sometimes, especially the high intensity cardio work outs. Your body starts making ketones when there isn't enough glucose for organs like brain. Burning those carbs at high intensity might help.

  3. karryann2008

    Exercise does help sometimes, especially the high intensity cardio work outs. Your body starts making ketones when there isn't enough glucose for organs like brain. Burning those carbs at high intensity might help. Thanks, so HIIT or circuit training would be worth a try!

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