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  1. killab2oo5

    :] Hello all!
    I've been on ketosis for about 3 days (this being the 4th), and can't quite tell if I'm in Ketosis or not, even after a ton of Googling. I guess I'll start by listing my symptoms..
    No appetite
    Trouble sleeping
    Fruity taste in mouth
    Headache
    Dizziness the first 2 days
    Slight nausea this morning (4th day)
    My confusion is that I'm not thirsty at all, I maybe don't eat enough fats, and I do have a bit of artificial sweetener in my diet.
    On my first two days I have a craving for sweets, so I ate some sugar-free+aspartame free Jello which worked wonders, and I've been having very small amounts of sugar-free (less than 2% aspartame) Cranberry juice, which has 1 carb per 8 ounces. The most carbs I've had in a day since starting is 5, but I read that sweets could keep you out of Ketosis during induction. Do you think this is the case for me?
    Also, I've definitely been eating more fats than carbs, but I'm worried that I don't get enough fats. I'll say that my average fat intake is 1 egg, 1 piece of bacon, and 1 Salmon patty. Is this enough...or do I need to be gulping down all the fat I can get?

  2. 2B_Healthy

    I use ketone strips, usually find I'm not hungry. I have found that water is very important to weight loss, even if your not feeling thirsty.

  3. killab2oo5

    Hmm, I have been eating a bowl of sugar-free Jello (~2 cups of water) a day along with some pickles. I also drink about 1 cup of sugar-free Cranberry juice a day... You think that's kind of enough? I never could drink 8 glasses of water a day. Also, can I be eating too less fat to go into Ketosis...even if it's more than my carbs?
    Ketostix are on the way. Hoping for positive results.

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  1. Farfalla

    I counted my calories and other nutrition values yesterday. It was not something I had planned, so all quantities were rough estimates because I had not weighed anything. It turned out that I consumed roughly 55 g of carbs (complete results here). I was surprised because I had expected a higher number, like 80-100 g, since I eat a lot of veggies, about 3 pounds a day.
    Mark says:

    The Primal Blueprint recommends “generally” about 100-150 grams of carbohydrates a day, but many who follow it or the related paleo principles choose diets that fall in the realm of 50-80 grams a day, a practice (along with IF) that spurs the body to turn on ketosis as needed.
    Could I be in ketosis without really knowing it? I am just a bit more thirsty but I haven't observed the other symptoms like loss of appetite, metallic taste, stinky urine etc. Do all people suffer from them when in ketosis, or is everyone different?
    I should say that I am not very interested in being in ketosis because of the unpleasant symptoms (after being very sick some time ago, I get rather nervous when I start feeling unwell). Unless I can be in ketosis and feel fine at the same time, like now.
    Thanks.

  2. pattyd

    Get sticks and test your urine. You can pick them up at most grocery store. Mine are in the back by the pharmacy and diabetic stuff.

  3. 0311

    I intentionally sought out ketosis earlier this year. Restricted my diet to 500 calories p/day.
    The most significant effect was that I was very much ready for bed about 8pm. I would all but pass out most days if I hung on till 9:30.
    Just so you know...it worked. I lost 30 lbs in 30 days. During this time I eliminated strength training and just walked for five days p/week because there wasn't enough going in to build muscle anyway.
    Right now I'm eating normal and pursing muscle growth again. I've not looked at the scale since the last day of the Very Low Calorie Diet (VLCD) but I've had to crank down another knotch on the belt and I seem to look better in the mirror, so I'm not worried about it.
    I'll be doing another 20 day sprint starting the day after Easter Sunday. It'll have been about 8 weeks between rounds.
    On the first round I was taking 150 iu's of pharmaceutical-grade HCG as laid out in Dr. Simmeon's book "Pounds and Inches" but I think that Simmeon's was wrong about the effects of the HCG. I think it had no impact at all. Instead, I think it's the prescribed diet which made the difference...which, in hindsight, is actually a variation of eating Primal. This is what I think was the true cause for my weight loss success. Only other thing I was taking at the time was vitamin B injections.
    This next round I'll not be using the HCG...but will just adhere to the diet. I'll keep the Vitamin B shots though.

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The signs and symptoms of diabetes, particularly of type-2 diabetes, can frequently become quite subtle and can, even for some years, be easily associated with additional circumstances which happen to many of us on occasion. However, now with a great deal of information available on those tell-tale signs, it can be becoming simpler to be on the alert with the factors that may need a trip to your doctor for a check-up. One of the first indication of diabetes is usually a condition known as polydipsia. This is the medical term for excessive thirst. In case you are always thirsty and your mouth still feels dry despite one has had a beverage, this is just another indication every one might not be well. The trouble which accompanies constant thirst is polyuria, which is the frequent need to pee. Excessively you happen to be passing more greatly urine than you ever once did, then this is an additional reason why perhaps an appointment with the doctor would be a good option. Providing you keep in mind the fact that a typical adult urinates between one and two litres each day, with polyuria that amount could be more than three litres every day ? it's not that you are usually expected to me

What Is Ketosis? - Definition & Symptoms

What is ketosis? It's actually a normal part of your body's metabolic processes, but sometimes things get out of balance, and too many ketones begin building up. Learn how this happens, what the symptoms are, and how it's treated. What is Ketosis? Ketosis is actually a normal part of your body's metabolic processes. Your body derives energy from breaking down the food you eat, and a lot of your initial energy comes from carbohydrates. However, when the body no longer has any carbohydrate stores to draw upon, it will begin burning fat for energy. This results in a buildup of ketones. So if, for example, you are on an extremely low-carb diet, your body will switch to make energy through the process of ketosis. Ketosis can also be triggered on purpose to help burn fat levels. However, high levels of ketones in the blood can sometimes hurt your body, because it leads to dehydration and alters the chemical composition of your blood. Symptoms of Ketosis You can test your body's ketosis levels by buying strips that test your urine for four types of ketones that can be present. High ketone levels can be dangerous because they actually alter your blood, making it more acidic (known as ketoa Continue reading >>

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  1. VoodooChum

    My daughter had a Biology II quiz the other day and decided to correct the vocabulary answer for "Carbohydrate"

  2. devhammer

    Nice that the teacher didn't mark her down for the statement...some teachers might feel challenged by that.

  3. DBatting

    Brilliant! She's going to go places.

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