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3 Supplements To Make The Keto Diet Easier

When you cut out carbs on a ketogenic diet, you force your body to run on ketones—which come from stored body fat—for fuel. This process, known as ketosis, is extremely effective for getting leaner, and offers a host of other health benefits as well. The only downside: The first week or so of a ketogenic diet can make you hate life itself. Most keto dieters report feeling deprived, lethargic, and just plain cranky untill their metabolism makes the switch. In fact, it’s often referred to as the “low-carb flu.” Fortunately, science has a solution: Ketone-supplying supplements that can smooth your transition to an ultra-low-carb lifestyle and help keep you there—and you won’t have to sacrifice any intensity in the gym in the process. Here, three of our favorite options. Play Video Play Loaded: 0% Progress: 0% Remaining Time -0:00 This is a modal window. Foreground --- White Black Red Green Blue Yellow Magenta Cyan --- Opaque Semi-Opaque Background --- White Black Red Green Blue Yellow Magenta Cyan --- Opaque Semi-Transparent Transparent Window --- White Black Red Green Blue Yellow Magenta Cyan --- Opaque Semi-Transparent Transparent Font Size 50% 75% 100% 125% 150% 175% Continue reading >>

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  1. HighCaliber

    Hello Community,
    I have something weird going on here and I can't put my finger on it.
    I am getting a lower left & right back pain and can't explain it. It is a dull pain and would register at about a 1 out of 10 on a pain scale. As my signature states below, pain calls attention to something that is unhealthy.
    I have been rather active lately and have been on Animal-Pak vitamins. However, I also have been drinking a LOT of water for the past two weeks, about 1.5 to 2 gallons a day. (I weigh 311Lbs.) I guzzle H2O at the gym.
    Aah, I don't want to even think this is a kidney related issue from being low carb for only 12 days now. Don't beat me up for even mentioning that its relation to my SKD. I have been eating STRICTLY and maintaining a sub-20 carb intake per day. I feel amazing and have lost about 11 pounds so far.
    Sorry for the rant, just needed to vent some steam about this nagging issue.
    I just downed 32oz of H20 while writing this post and I'm hoping for the best.
    Thank you all,
    -HighCaliber
    Note: I have not carbed up yet, I originally started the BFFM style of carb ups for training and every third day nevertheless I was gaining/maintaining too much fat so I discontinued that regimen in September of 2007.

  2. PyroBurns

    I get this too sometimes, and I think it might be because of.... uh... issues going number two for me (sorry for the TMI). I imagine my intestines being too full and pushing on my kidneys. Maybe that could be it?

  3. PSMF

    IMO don't drink more then 1 gallon of water, start taking lots of electrolytes in your drinking water and then report back.
    See Morton salt substitute and Morton light salt for cheep source of potassium chloride and sodium chloride and iodine. Start eating red meat for zinc.

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READ MORE HERE: https://goo.gl/RBTAiv Beta hydroxybutyrate (BHB) is the first ketone body produced in a fasting state. It is commonly produced by the body during periods without much food (glucose) in order to provide an alternative energy fuel source. Although it is not technically a ketone (owing to the bonding structure), for the purposes of this post it is. Diets that are low in carbohydrates and high in fatty acids can either prompt the body to produce ketone bodies, such as beta hydroxybutyrate, or allow people to consume them exogenously (outside the body) instead. These exogenous ketone supplements have grown in popularity along with the ketogenic diet and media attention from popular icons such as Tim Ferriss and Dave Asprey. Although supplementation of beta hydroxybutyrate has been described as jet fuel and undesirable, modern iterations of exogenous ketones are making it easier for anyone to utilize these ketone bodies for optimal brain performance. There are a host of benefits of beta hydroxybutyrate, but it is primarily known as a fuel source in the absence of glucose. Within 24 72 hours without food, the body no longer uses glucose as the main fuel support system, which is when ketones like beta hydroxybutyrate kick into production. Fasting as long as 382 days (with medical supervision) is possible purely because of ketone production. Evidence suggests that beta hydroxybutyrate can increase the level of brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) in the hippocampus, which is the main memory center of the brain. This is some of the only published literature about the performance enhancing effects of beta hydroxybutyrate, though there are several self-experiments. Namely, Dr. Peter Attia (popularized by Tim Ferriss podcast and Attias blog) has concluded there are benefits of reduced oxygen consumption by the brain. These statements have been confirmed to some degree by Dr. Dom DAgostino when describing under-water oxygen utilization and ketones, but neither are well-researched. Most of the evidence regarding beta hydroxybutyrate utilizes this exogenous ketone as a way to recovery from memory damage or impairment or as a neuroprotective agent. In one 2004 study of memory-impaired adults, beta hydroxybutyrate successfully aided in improving memory recall. For Alzheimers patients, using beta hydroxybutyrate is particularly helpful as a neuroprotective agent. Many of the long-term and neuroprotective benefits of beta hydroxybutyrate are closely linked to reduced carbohydrate and glucose consumption as well. For those who are consuming both exogenous ketones and eating glucose, the benefits are known. The benefits of beta hydroxybutyrate are not only for people who are currently experiencing nutritional ketosis. Often it is possible for athletes to utilize ketone bodies as a fuel source to limit glycogen depletion.

My Experience With Exogenous Ketones: Tale And Truth

97 Comments I woke up the morning of the ceremony with butterflies in my stomach. I’d done the necessary prep. I’d abstained from carbs the past week and food the past 24 hours. I’d performed four consecutive full-body circuit workouts to deplete muscle glycogen, and undergone a liver biopsy to confirm full depletion of liver glycogen. I wasn’t taking any chances. Although I had extensive experience generating endogenous ketones and subsisting on my own body fat, exogenous ketones were another matter entirely. You don’t want to mess around with a holy sacrament without doing due diligence. Holy sacrament? Yes. According to ethnographic accounts from early Arctic explorers who encountered the sacred compound, the exogenous ketone was developed by traditional peoples of the wintry north. No one’s quite sure where it arose first—Siberia, Greenland, Alaska, Lapland. What they do know is that these societies revered the type 1 diabetic, a rare find in the pre-contact Arctic. Using an admittedly grisly and cruel process, these groups would starve the tribe’s diabetic to induce ketoacidosis, harvest the ketone-rich urine, and reduce it slowly to a ketone-rich tar over a wo Continue reading >>

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  1. klir_2m

    Keto urine smell temporary?

    On my third day of keto the strong smell kicked in and was around for day 4 too. Now in day 5 the smell is gone. My macros have been ok. Is this normal?

  2. cheguevarac

    i think that the smell of ketones in ur piss should not be temporary thing... as long as ur body is in ketosis state then there will be ketones in ur piss thus givin off that bad smell.. also it might take longer than 5 days for your body to go into ketosis maybe 10 days dependin on how much carbs u r eating.. if u r at 0 carbs maybe somewhere from 6-10 days before ur body goes into ketosis but always depends on the person and how much carbs u were eating before startin the diet, cardio such...
    u can also get keto strips from pharmacy to see if u have ketones in ur piss.
    also something else might have gave off that smell for that day. for me if a eat a can of tuna my piss will wreak of it for a while..

  3. carbotoo

    the smell will come and go - you'll get a strong whiff everytime you eat carbs. this alone is proof positive that you are in the ketonic state so don't run off and buy strips imo. it's the only actual sign that i got, along with a weird taste in my mouth (and fatloss and muscle gain). good luck and congrats!

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http://www.thebigdiabeteslie.topmarke... Diabetes Breakthrough: 7 Steps to Health and the Big Diabetes Lie is a book created by Dr. Max Sidorov. Sidorov dedicated his book to being all about the diabetes program compiling scientifically proven data from researchers from all over the world. Sidorov claims that diabetes is completely reversible without the need of taking drugs and pills almost to the point of complete eradication. In Sidorovs mind, we (the readers) are among the few who know the secrets, while pharmaceutical companies are attempting to cover up the truth. He then goes on to state that most doctors advise only about using pills, drugs, injections and surgery for the diabetes treatment and management, purposefully avoiding recommending a cheaper and more effective method. This is not entirely unbelievable, after all if they shared cheaper methods then the pharmaceuticals would make less money themselves. But lets get down to the nitty-gritty in this review. The book includes about 20 chapters and 540 pages about nutrition and other facts that will help to cure the diabetes completely without any medication. Diabetes Breakthrough Inside this book, you will discover the hidden truth about pharmaceutical companies lies that tried to persuade only a drug can cure and prevent or treat a disease And doctor testimonials and the protocol. The book comes with a 30-day diabetes plan that challenges to melts away your diabetes with a simple steps. However, it is totally on you to follow the exact protocol with no exception to get the best result. The book talks about certain foods that can cause or worsen diabetes. Some of these foods include sugar, fats, meat and white meat products, white flour, and excessive use of salt, tea and coffee. The harmful effects of these foods are plentiful and should of course be taken into consideration. White sugar consumption is on a rise worldwide and shows no signs of ever slowing down. Parallel to the increased consumption of white sugar is an alarming increase in the incidence of diabetes. Evidence that suggests white sugar is harmful to health continues to mount. 7 Steps To Health And The Big Diabetes Lie highlights that more cases of diabetes can be traced to over consumption of sugar. The Big Diabetes Lie also pays special attention to a low-fat food and advises readers to lessen the fast food and white foods such as white pasta and gluten containing grains. Instead, we are instructed to focus on real food and real water that allow our bodies to clean up detox and lose the weight once for all. The info instructed here is well laid out and easy to digest pun fully intended and I dont care if you hate me for it. Conclusion: The Big Diabetes Lie book provides incredibly detailed information in a format that is easy to understand and easy to implement into your life. How effective its methods are ultimately falls upon you, the reader, and how well you can bring them about. Its a scary notion, but I fully believe that at the end of the day, once you have this ebook, how well you can combat diabetes will rest solely on your shoulders versus the shoulders of anyone else. Diabetes Breakthrough It gives you everything you could possibly need and asks you the question, What are you going to do about your health now?. I highly recommend this ebook if you are struggling with diabetes. Diabetes Breakthrough The Big Diabetes Lie Program Download Now!!, And Change Your Life!!, Just Click On The Link Below!! http://www.thebigdiabeteslie.topmarke... diabetes type 2 treatment diabetes cure reversing diabetes how to cure diabetes The Big Diabetes Lie Review The Big Diabetes Lie Max Sidorov The Big Diabetes Lie Program The Big Diabetes Lie System The Big Diabetes Lie Pdf 7 Steps To Health And The Big Diabetes Lie Diabetes Breakthrough How To Cure Diabetes Naturally At Home Share The Url Video: https://youtu.be/KL1-eEK-pBY

Breakthrough New Ketone Supplement!

A Breakthrough New Ketone Supplement For the last two years I have been living and breathing everything keto, and also reading every book and research out there about ketosis and the benefits of keto adaptation. I have also assisted many conferences, and it was last year at AHS14 that I met Dr. DiAgostino. Dr. DiAgostino is one of the leading researches working with cancer and ketosis at the University of South Florida. Is also one of the first researchers to study the effects of exogenous ketone supplementation. He is the first person who talked to me about ketone supplements, and he really spiked my curiosity, mentioning all the amazing benefits of supplementing with BHB. Here is a great article that explains more about his work. So I decided to try a ketone supplement on myself. Unfortunately what was on the market a year ago was a very unpalatable pure ketone salt (KetoForce), which worked on elevating my ketosis but also gave me very bad stomach upset and nausea. Needless to say I did not continue taking it, and forgot all about ketone supplements. A quick look at ketones and how they work. As you might already know ketones are metabolites with cellular structure quite similar Continue reading >>

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  1. austinpsycho

    So I have discovered, and devoured quite a few episodes of 2 keto dudes. There's some really great information about the metabolic rate and how it relates to longer fasts. Maybe I just haven't gotten far enough in the show yet, but I am really interested in how the metabolism responds to both intermittent fasting, and more generally, how the presumably lower calorie count maintained on keto affects said rate.
    I've been on keto for about a month now, and I worry that as I eat less, my body will become more efficient with those calories, and I'll need to eat even less and so on. I very much appreciate any information you guys can provide, or point me at. Thanks so much.

  2. devhammer

    austinpsycho:


    I am really interested in how the metabolism responds to both intermittent fasting, and more generally, how the presumably lower calorie count maintained on keto affects said rate.
    This would be an incorrect assumption, at least to the extent that the point of keto and/or IF is not to reduce calories. For those who have a good deal of body fat from which to draw energy, once they've gotten insulin sufficiently low to make that energy source available, reduced foot intake may be an effect of keto. Hopefully, that distinction is clear. The point is not to maintain a "lower calorie count". The point is to eat fewer foods (i.e. carbs) that stimulate insulin production, and more foods that don't (i.e. fat) while eating sufficient protein to maintain lean body mass.
    austinpsycho:


    I worry that as I eat less, my body will become more efficient with those calories, and I'll need to eat even less and so on.
    If you restrict calories, your body doesn't "become more efficient" per se. It slows your metabolism to compensate. So you may feel cold or sluggish, or other effects. But if you eat a well-formulated ketogenic diet, how much you eat is determined by whether or not you are sated.
    You'll see this formula repeated often, because it is easy to remember, easy for most folks to follow, and it usually works:
    No more than 20g of carbs per day (important, not a percentage, but a hard limit of 20g, which will allow most folks to get into ketosis)
    Sufficient protein to maintain lean body mass (approx. 0.5-1g per kg of lean body mass)
    Fat to sateity.

    Don't worry about calories. And if you've only been at this for a month, don't worry about fasting yet. Keep it simple, and KCKO (Keep Calm and Keto On).

  3. BGdiving

    devhammer:


    Don't worry about calories. And if you've only been at this for a month, don't worry about fasting yet. Keep it simple, and KCKO (Keep Calm and Keto On).

    It almost seems like most people doing Keto need to fast in order to continue loosing weight. When I was doing "my version" of the Atkins induction diet I definitely felt like I ate more and more often was never hungry and could loose weight as long as I was consistent. I hate food journaling, but for the 8 or 10 days that I did journal I was eating at least a couple of large meals a day and some low carb snacking. Several of those days I had a late night 20 oz rib eye and logged a little over 5000 calories per day and was loosing weight rapidly (didn't loose on 6000+ cal days) and this is after I had already lost over 100 pounds. BUT now after I started some intermittent fasting and backing down on the protein consumption I feel as if my metabolism has slowed way down and I have to be much more restrictive in how much I eat if I want to loose weight or even hold even. I do Not feel lethargic and I definitely am not cold just seems I have messed up my metabolism like @austinpsycho is concerned about, definitely cheaper I don't snack during the day and I skip meals but kind of inconvenient and discouraging having to be more restrictive if I don't want to gain weight say nothing of trying to loose those extra pounds I still need to get rid of.

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