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The Perfect Storm Of High Blood Sugar And Ketones

The Perfect Storm of High Blood Sugar and Ketones I was out of town for a couple of days this week for work, and Im pretty sure that I was this close to ending up in DKA (diabetes ketoacidosis) again. I think it was one of those perfect storm type of events. Id gone out to a concert Tuesday night and was out late, hadnt had any water to drink all day, so I know I was dehydrated. The Saturday and Sunday before that, I had been running fever out of nowhere and was asleep most of the weekend. So clearly my body was still recovering from whatever that was. Then mother nature decided to show up Monday night, which always causes high blood glucose (BG). Then I had a flight out first thing Tuesday morning, and flying always makes my BGs high so I use a temp basal. When I left my house early Tuesday morning, I was ok. My BG was 140. I set my usual temp basal to 125% nothing out of the norm. By the time I landed 46 minutes later, I was almost 300. Wasnt overly concerned. I felt incredibly tired, but I chalked that up to only getting 3 hours sleep and having to make a 7 am flight. First stop at the airport was Starbucks for a coffee (which I never even got to finish) and breakfast sandwich. Continue reading >>

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  1. michael13

    I had a 2 glasses of wine last night, celebrating my wife's birthday ...
    Does this mean I am now out of Ketosis ?
    I didn't eat anything I shouldn't - just the wine ....
    Some advice ... please ...!!!???

  2. rustpot

    Maybe yes and maybe no is the answer. Either way it is not a problem. It is the excess of carbohydrate from any source that is the key here. It is the reduction in sugar(carbohydrate) that will lead eventually to fat burning and and weight loss. Unused keytones in the body which we refer to as ketosis is only an indication that fat burning may be going on.There is carbohydrate in wine, a small amount left over from the fermentation process. (about 1 to 1.5 grams per ounce)
    But there are beneficial reasons to drink wine, particularly red wine( in moderation).
    However alcohol in general and particularly spirits which have no carbohydrate at all does have an effect on fat burning. It puts it on hold. Alcohol is an energy source, it is like a sugar in that it is absorbed very readily by the body, far more easily than going through the process of converting fat. So the body says yippee. lets take the alcohol first. Spirits are not going to make you fat but they will not help the weight loss either. The real no no is BEER. Beer has alcohol and carbohydrate in it. Beer belly is easy to spot.
    Wine therefore is quite a good bet because in is lower in alcohol by volume than spirits, is relatively low in carbohydrate and some research in France and other european countries has shown a beneficial relationship for the heart.
    Dr. Eades writing in Protein Power believes that wine actually improves insulin sensitivity which is what we are striving for.
    So cheer up and cheers, no harm has been done.

  3. Carol CA

    A friend of mine was telling me about a study concerning the added benefits of red wine as related to weight loss. He said to try drinking one glass per night of red wine - merlot, for example. There are studies coming out that are indicating that something in red wine helps to prevent the product of a protein call Leptin. Leptin, when present in the system, causes the brain to think it must store fat. The more you eat the more you store. The less you eat, you still store.
    Have you heard anything about this study?

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This is a long video but I need your help with my Diabetes. I can not get my blood sugar down. I have tried everything and still can't get it down past an average of 175. I am so sick of eating chicken, greens, and greens and chicken. I need your help with recipes. Good recipes that are going to help me get my sugar down and make me feel like I am eating real food and not just 2 or 3 things day in and day out.

Ketone Drink Could Help Diabetics By Lowering Blood Sugar

Follow all of ScienceDaily's latest research news and top science headlines ! Ketone drink could help diabetics by lowering blood sugar For the first time it has been shown that drinking a ketone supplement can lower blood sugar levels, presenting a potential future method to control spikes in blood sugar experienced by diabetics. For the first time it has been shown that drinking a ketone supplement can lower blood sugar levels, presenting a potential future method to control spikes in blood sugar experienced by diabetics. Type 2 diabetes and obesity have reached epidemic proportions in the past few decades. These conditions are associated with high blood sugar, which can damage the vessels that supply blood to vital organs and can also increase the risk of heart disease and stroke. Although previous studies have shown that infusing ketones into the bloodstream can reduce blood sugar levels, this study, published in the Journal of Physiology, has shown that a ketone ester supplement can also lower blood sugar levels. Researchers at the University of British Columbia and University of Oxford have demonstrated that a single drink of ketone ester enables better control of blood suga Continue reading >>

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  1. bookstorecowboy

    I have read a lot of posts and web sites about ketosis and about "weight loss," and I've read some books, as well. Based on what I've read, it seems that it would be impossible to "burn fat" (in the sense of burning body fat) without entering ketosis. If I have this right, the body burns energy supplies in these stages:
    1) alcohol (e.g. most of what is in beer)
    2) blood sugars (e.g. table sugar, most of the stuff grains break down into, fruit sugars, etc.)
    3) glycogen (stored in muscles)
    4) fat (fats that are eaten come first, followed by body fat)
    5) protein (comes last, after depletion of all other easily available stores of energy)
    It would seem logical, if this is right, that as long as your body has stores of alcohol, blood sugars, and glycogen, no body fat will be burned.
    So, to go on, if I have this right, then regardless of the kind of diet you are on, the only way to lose "weight" (in the sense of losing fat, which is the only kind of weight loss 99% of us are interested in) is to enter ketosis.
    Finally, if this is right, then any diet that promises "weight loss" (be it Ornish, the Paleo Diet, Atkins, or whatever) is promising that you will enter ketosis. If not, you will not actually "lose weight" in any sense you could desire. And it follows from this that any diet that works to any degree has no business warning people off ketosis, since it is going to occur.
    It also follows from this, in general although perhaps not in every situation, that the fewer carbs you eat, the more body fat you will burn (as long as you are in a calorie deficit).
    Is this right or wrong? Or right in some ways, but wrong in others?
    Thank you, list members...
    By the way, I bring this up in part because I have read quite a few critiques of Atkins, Paleo, and all "low carb diets," and every single one of them seems to screech about the supposed dangers of ketosis. I remember reading this back in the 1980s: "the one thing you don't want to do is enter ketosis, because then your body will be in starvation mode and will start hoarding ever single calorie," blah, blah, blah.

  2. ciep

    I don't know that I can provide a clear and/or complete answer to that question -- so I'll leave it to others. I would like to point out though that your body usually burns a mixture of fuels. So when both glucose and circulating fats are available (as they usually are) your body doesn't use the glucose exclusively (only moving on to the fats when no further glucose is available). Instead, it uses both simultaneously.
    I hope that helps. Basically, I guess I'm trying to say that you are always "burning fat". The key to weightloss is getting your body into a state where you're burning more of it than you're storing (on average). Reducing carbohydrates tends to help many people achieve this (and certainly an excess of carbs can make it difficult or even impossible), but I don't think ketosis necessarily required (depending on one's metabolism). In the past, I've successfully "cut up" with carbs in the 350g/day range.

  3. PokeyBug

    My ex-husband certainly lost fat without being in ketosis. He lost about 30 pounds on a low fat diet and exercise just before we met. He was miserable and hungry the entire time, but he thought CW was the only way to go. I somehow doubt he was in ketosis eating pasta every other night.

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Diabetes And Ketones

Tweet The presence of high levels of ketones in the bloodstream is a common complication of diabetes, which if left untreated can lead to ketoacidosis. Ketones build up when there is insufficient insulin to help fuel the body’s cells. High levels of ketones are therefore more common in people with type 1 diabetes or people with advanced type 2 diabetes. If you are suffering from high levels of ketones and seeking medical advice, contact your GP or diabetes healthcare team as soon as possible. What are ketones? Ketones are an acid remaining when the body burns its own fat. When the body has insufficient insulin, it cannot get glucose from the blood into the body's cells to use as energy and will instead begin to burn fat. The liver converts fatty acids into ketones which are then released into the bloodstream for use as energy. It is normal to have a low level of ketones as ketones will be produced whenever body fat is burned. In people that are insulin dependent, such as people with type 1 diabetes, however, high levels of ketones in the blood can result from taking too little insulin and this can lead to a particularly dangerous condition known as ketoacidosis. How do I test for Continue reading >>

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    I've seen quite a few people struggling with intermittent fasting this week. You did not have to go nuts with it on your first day. Go as long as you can without eating in the morning. If that's only 30 more minutes than what you normally would do, then that's fine.
    Work your way up to it. You'll be able to go longer and longer stretches the more times you try it. Stop trying to be a superhero on your first day of intermittent fasting.
    You'll start to get in the groove of it, and you have a bad day, then eat! And try again another day. Intermittent fasting shouldn't be a huge struggle.
    Also, you don't have to do it everyday. Do it once a month if that's all you can mentally handle. It's totally fine.

  2. JustFluffy

    It's also 100% okay if IF just isn't right for you! Some people like having smaller, more frequent meals, some people can handle only eating once or twice a day. Everyone is different.
    As long as you're losing, do what works best for you. IF is just an added tool/benefit.

  3. trojanguy

    Yeah, I was going to ask what the point is. I eat 3 meals a day and am feeling great, losing weight, etc. Wasn't sure why I'd throw fasting into the equation.

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