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16/8 Intermittent Fasting Ketosis

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  1. Paul Shadforth

    Absolutely you can do both. Why not?
    Once your body is properly keto-adapted you have an unlimited source of energy in your very own fat stores. What's more, you get more energy for each liter of oxygen you breathe, than you do burning glycogen/sugar.
    In regard to combining IF with keto, it simply doesn't matter. In the absence of dietary fat to burn, your body will use its own fat which it recognizes as a source of food. Your body stores 30,000 to 100,000+ calories of fat, but only 2000 calories of glycogen.
    One of the other posters mentioned ‘bonking’. Your bonk point is reached when your glycogen stores run out. Being keto adapted means you're getting a much greater proportion of your energy from your fat, thus delaying your bonk point considerably, whether you are fasting or not. (See table below).
    Today, Chris Froome will win his 4th Tour de France in five years after going on a low carb diet in 2012. IMHO the grand tours are the hardest athletic contests in the world. If you watch the Tour you'll see most riders sucking on gels and other energy food sources like cans of coke, but you'll notice you don't see Froome doing that, at least not often. Those guys are burning through 5,000+ calories a day for three weeks straight.
    Low-carb diet propelled Chris Froome to three Tour de France titles - Diabetes Blog (from 2016)
    I think the graph and table below comparing fat oxidation and energy sources for high carb diet v low carb diet adapted athletes, are instructional and support my arguments. I think you can also experiment on yourself to find your answers (or what works for you), and the sensible place to start is with the science we already know.
    I think I saw Dr Jeff Volek introduce these but I lifted them from here…Fat Adaptation: The Emerging Science from FASTER - VESPA

  2. Chris Harget

    Pick one or the other.
    You can do 16/8 intermittent fasting and exercise hard. Body builders use that for cutting all the time, and it’s not that different from how humans evolved, so most healthy people tolerate it well. I’d recommend working out a few hours into your 8-hour eating period.

    You can do a ketogenic diet if you’re trying to lose weight, although fewer people tolerate that well…especially if they want to work out hard. Ever heard of “bonking?” That’s the terribly fatigued sensation when you’re biking/running/hiking and your body runs low on glycogen. People on a ketogenic diet start out pretty low on glycogen. In your “hard workout” you’re likely to feel pretty sucky pretty quickly. This is not going to allow you to do your best workout.

  3. Kevin Baker

    The vast majority of people are better either intermittent fasting or a keto diet, not both. Maintaining either one is enough of a challenge; trying to do both will probably just result in doing neither as carefully as you should.

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Ketogenic Diet And Intermittent Fasting

So what exactly is Intermittent Fasting? This is one of the first questions we should answer before combining Intermittent Fasting with the Ketogenic Diet. Intermittent Fasting is just a fancy way of saying you’re rescheduling your meal plan to look more like a broke college aged individual. It’s basically skipping breakfast and moving your lunch and dinner times to a slightly later time than you are probably used to eating. Instead of grabbing lunch at 11:00 or 12:00, push the time back to 1:00 p.m. and then grab dinner around 6:00 or 7:00 pm. This will allow your body ample time to go from processing your last meal, into a fasting state, to realizing that it needs to start burning fat. A good rule of thumb to remember with intermittent fasting is that your body starts fasting twelve hours after your last meal, and once your body cues into this fact (because you are fasting) it starts to actually burn the fat that has been stored in your body. Technically, Intermittent fasting is a pattern of eating and of scheduling your meals so that you eat during a specific period of time, a window of time, and get your entire day’s worth of calories stuffed into that time frame. Some pe Continue reading >>

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  1. ianrobo

    Surprised no sub forum for this but after watching food unwrapped and reading up on it I am now going on the 16-8 diet. This is of course Keto but only eating within a 8 hour window. For me it is going to mean mainly no breakfasts. Occasionally I may break this because riding into work makes me hungry but have breakfast as late as possible ! It is of course intermittent fasting and something I do anyway 3/4 times a week.

  2. ketomarriage4life

    Posting in here too. Need to get back into 16 - 8 after having December off!

  3. betsy.rome

    I am planning on trying this later this month. RIght now, getting back on the horse is my plan, IF later when the hunger goes buh-bye. Let us know how it's going, thanks.

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Both Ketogenic Diets And Intermittent Fasting Have Great Benefits. Why Not Incorporate Them Both Into Your Life?

Intermittent fasting and ketogenic diets are getting a lot of attention. Intermittent fasting, many people have a hard time wrapping their brains around these concepts. This is mainly because we have been told for years now that we should eat 6-8 small meals a day to keep our metabolism going (the complete opposite of intermittent fasting), and that the brain thrives on carbohydrates and simple sugars, and therefore, we must consume these to fuel the brain (the complete opposite of ketogenic diets). There are many different types of intermittent fasting that are out there. You might have heard of some of these time-regimen based diets: Lean Gains, The Alternate-Day Diet, and The Warrior Diet. Intermittent fasting is also being used by many athletes to decrease body fat and promote healthy weight maintenance. Research has shown that this can help with obesity, metabolic concerns, insulin resistance, heart disease, and neurological concerns like Alzheimer’s. When we look at intermittent fasting, we change the eating schedule to allow for periods of time where food is not being ingested. In a nutshell, you eat the food you want to eat but in a smaller time frame. Some people incorpo Continue reading >>

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  1. ianrobo

    Surprised no sub forum for this but after watching food unwrapped and reading up on it I am now going on the 16-8 diet. This is of course Keto but only eating within a 8 hour window. For me it is going to mean mainly no breakfasts. Occasionally I may break this because riding into work makes me hungry but have breakfast as late as possible ! It is of course intermittent fasting and something I do anyway 3/4 times a week.

  2. ketomarriage4life

    Posting in here too. Need to get back into 16 - 8 after having December off!

  3. betsy.rome

    I am planning on trying this later this month. RIght now, getting back on the horse is my plan, IF later when the hunger goes buh-bye. Let us know how it's going, thanks.

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