Acidosis Causes

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Glyburide And Metformin (oral Route)

Precautions Drug information provided by: Micromedex It is very important that your doctor check your progress at regular visits to make sure this medicine is working properly. Blood tests may be needed to check for unwanted effects. Under certain conditions, too much metformin can cause lactic acidosis. The symptoms of lactic acidosis are severe and quick to appear. They usually occur when other health problems not related to the medicine are present and very severe, such as a heart attack or kidney failure. The symptoms of lactic acidosis include abdominal or stomach discomfort; decreased appetite; diarrhea; fast, shallow breathing; a general feeling of discomfort; muscle pain or cramping; and unusual sleepiness, tiredness, or weakness. If you have any symptoms of lactic acidosis, get emergency medical help right away. It is very important to carefully follow any instructions from your health care team about: Alcohol—Drinking alcohol may cause severe low blood sugar. Discuss this with your health care team. Other medicines—Do not take other medicines unless they have been discussed with your doctor. This especially includes nonprescription medicines such as aspirin, and medic Continue reading >>

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    Ok, well...first of all...Hi everyone! Hopefully this isn't something that makes your eyes roll into the back of your head too much...so here it goes.
    I feel so stupid after being on Reddit for a good while now, and only after buying into the ForeverGreen Ketopia product, realizing that I should've probably come here to research what I was getting into first. Ugh. I trusted a friend too much, and did it to both help him and hopefully start down a new path to health.
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    Thank you very much for whatever suggestions you can give. My family and I really appreciate it.

  2. anbeav

    Ditch it and follow the program here

  3. anbeav

    General newbie advice -
    Electrolytes, electrolyte, electrolytes, follow the guidelines in the FAQ!
    Read the FAQ a few times
    Learn what you are doing, why you are doing it and how you are going to do it
    Read labels and ingredients and ask questions at restaurants; trust nothing, question everything, carbs are fairly ubiquitous
    Look before you eat - look up the information online or read the label before you put food in your mouth
    Follow the plan and let it work. Plateaus happen, accept it and KCKO (keep calm, keto on). Take measurements and pictures.
    Get rid of any foods you will not be eating
    Think about what you can eat and not what you can't eat - there's no need to feel limited on keto, yes an entire food group limited but you can eat as you otherwise would just exclude the carbs don't overcomplicate it - keto is nothing more than real food minus the carbs
    Avoid substitutes, fully embrace a new way of eating
    Commit to the plan and focus on the non-scale victories and benefit as well
    Read the FAQ and follow the electrolyte guidelines as well as drink a lot of water
    Plan ahead - plan your meals, snacks at home, at work, in the car
    Avoid ketosis anxiety - if you overeat carbs or fall off the wagon, get right back up, learn from it and move on. You will be back in ketosis before you know you weren't. No need to stress about it, focus on how you feel.
    It's not ratios, it's net grams
    Limit to 20 net grams carbs
    Meet your protein goal set based on activity and lean body mass
    Eat fat to satiety unless eating at a high deficit
    Here's my comprehensive grocery list (items in bold be top choices for my first shopping trip):
    Heavy cream, half and half, almond milk, coconut milk, sour cream, yogurt
    Coconut oil, olive oil, avocado oil, butter, ghee, duck fat, tallow, schmaltz, bacon grease
    Vegetables: broccoli, cauliflower, artichokes, green beans, kale, spinach, swiss chard, eggplant, lettuce, zucchini, mushrooms, asparagus, cabbage, bok choy, spaghetti squash, fennel , brussels sprouts, collard greens
    Various hard and soft cheeses, cream cheese
    Nuts and nut butter
    Various salami and deli meat
    Meat: chicken breast, chicken thigh, whole chicken, pork shoulder, pork loin, pork belly, bacon, goat, lamb, steak (sirloin, ribeye, flank, hanger, flat iron, chuck), ground beef
    Fish: shrimp, crab, salmon, tuna, sardines, swordfish, mackerel, mahi mahi, cod, canned fish
    Bouillon cubes or bones for homemade stock
    I would sit down, use the keto calculator in the sidebar to set your calorie and macros, plan your meals, add them to MFP, and start, you'll learn as you go
    Meal ideas - http://www.reddit.com/r/keto/comments/o6vei/here_it_is_the_unofficial_tell_me_what_to_eat/
    Keep it simple, try not to think of keto as particularly special, yes an entire macro group is limited but I just cook and exclude the carbs so don't limit yourself to keto-specific recipes - lettuce wrapped burgers, deli meat and cheese wraps, scrambled eggs, omelet, quiche, frittata, stir fry with cauliflower rice, salsa chicken with cauliflower rice, taco salad, fajita lettuce wraps, roasted chicken with asparagus, salmon with spinach and Hollandaise sauce, zucchini noodles with ground beef and marinara sauce, steak and mashed cauliflower, casseroles (Cavemanketo.com), mashed avocado and tuna, green salad with steak or chicken and dressing, pulled pork, braised chicken thighs, soups, stews, chili, pot roast, chicken cordon bleu, pizza chicken with pepperoni and sausage, sausage and peppers, cabbage and sausage, parmesan crusted chicken and broccoli, stuffed pork tenderloin, stuffed mushrooms or peppers, baked cod with tomatoes and feta, collard greens with smoked turkey or ham

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