Can Caffeine Affect Ketosis?

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  1. saku11

    caffeine slows ketosis for anybody else?

    after my first weekend carbup, 2 days of gorging, i took me until this morning to get back into ketosis, the first time i got in it took me 2 days, is this because of all the caffeine ive beeen drinking? anybody else have this observation

  2. c10d

    Originally Posted by saku11
    after my first weekend carbup, 2 days of gorging, i took me until this morning to get back into ketosis, the first time i got in it took me 2 days, is this because of all the caffeine ive beeen drinking? anybody else have this observation

    YES, thats why I've been asking about caffiene a lot, because most people says it has no effect.
    I think it actually may temporarily kick me out of ketosis when I drink it. It definitly has 'some' type of effect on insulin, and I know some people say heavy coffee drinking can lead to insulin resistance.
    Hopefully someone can clear all this up
    EDIT- I didn't mean "YES" saying that IS WHY you're having trouble getting back into ketosis, I was saying "YES" like in excitement seeing that I'm not the only one that has been thinking this

  3. magnumfreak

    Has no effect on me, and I live off of caffeine (shiftwork). It could be that you ate so many carbs over the weekend that it took this long to get back. When I did a dirty carb up it took me until wed. to get back to ketosis. Clean it only takes me 1-2 days.

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Are Diet Sodas Good For A Low-carb Diet?

Deciding if diet sodas are good for a low-carb diet depends on your definition of "good." Low-carb diets work by tricking your body into assuming a physiological state that naturally burns fat at an increased speed. The body can easily withdraw from this fragile state if you eat too many carbs. Although diet sodas can be friendly to a typical low-carb diet plan, they aren't necessarily your best choice for good health. Low-Carb Diet Basics Low-carbohydrate diets work on the concept of ketosis. In ketosis, your body shifts from burning carbohydrates as its prime source of energy to burning the energy stored in your body fat. This can produce dramatic weight loss in a relatively short time. One disadvantage of these diets is that it's easy to kick the body out of ketosis by taking in even small amounts of carbohydrates -- especially in the early stages of the diet. Diet Soda Basics In response to a growing American awareness of health and weight loss, soda manufacturers expanded their capitalization by offering a zero-calorie way to continue drinking soda. Most diet sodas are sweetened with zero-calorie, zero-carbohydrate artificial sweeteners like sucralose and aspartame. Because th Continue reading >>

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  1. Rhapsody

    Why does citric acid knock some people out of ketosis???
    Does it have anything to do with the KREB cycle?

  2. Sheesh

    Citric acid plays a key part in the Kreb Cycle (aka the "Citric Acid Cycle"), simply because it the 6-carbon molecule that pretty much starts the cycle is indeed Citric Acid (acetyl-coa combines with oxaloacetate to form the citric acid, and this is the first step of the cycle).
    But, no, it's not going to knock you out of ketosis.

  3. spike1205

    Sheesh--from what ive read (or atleast rememebr) citric acid does/can knock you out of ketosis. I dont know the research on it and tend to believe it is more likely other ingredients in foods containing citric acid (ie aspartame in diet sodas) but i have read repeatedly that citric acid does and can --Rhaps--i sont have a clue how

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Ketosis & Caffeine: What Do They Have In Common?

If you consume lots of caffeine while you’re in ketosis you may have experienced making a bunch of trips to the restroom. Those two diuretics working together can make for a rough experience. Caffeine as a diuretic, and especially while in ketosis, you’re losing lots of sodium. If you don’t replace the lost sodium and maintain its level, you’re probably going to have an unpleasant experience. Ketosis & Caffeine If you’re a coffee drinker you know how often you’re heading to the bathroom after drinking a few cups. Caffeine is a natural diuretic and it flushes water out of your body causing the frequent urination trips. Ketosis acts the same way. In ketosis on a low-carb diet when the body flushes water out of the system the kidneys also flush excess sodium. If however your diet is mostly high carbohydrate, it actually retains sodium and many times to much, leading to, among other unhealthy symptoms, high blood pressure. On a low-carb diet that leads the body into ketosis your body will flush excess water out and with it excess sodium and other minerals such as magnesium and potassium. Unlike other minerals that can be stored in our bodies, sodium is mostly stored in our Continue reading >>

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  1. kirkjerk

    I’ve been experimenting with finding a good routine for my fasting days.
    For a while I thought eating a pint of grape tomatoes and a large amount of baby carrots was great– very sustainable to graze throughout the day.
    I read the book, though, and it encourages longer periods of actual not eating– my understanding is 5:2 has 2 styles of benefits, one is simple calorie reduction, and the other is the harder to track idea of a body’s cells going into a hunker down, fasting (but not starvation!) mode — that’s the part correlated with the longevity and what not.
    So another “fasting” plan I’ve come up with, based on what seems agreeable to my body and hunger, is black iced coffee (~20 cals now that I look at it) in the morning, maybe the odd bit of sugarless gum and/or zero calorie sweetened tea, until the evening, at which point I’d have a big salad and use ~480 cals at one time.
    My question is, would the 20 calories of coffee be likely to stop the good effects of fasting mode from kicking in? My guess (and hope) is no: that in the same way the coffee doesn’t “start my appetite” in the same way a breakfast would, these small amount of calories aren’t enough to feel like food.

  2. Speedy

    Hello Kirkjerk,
    Just my feeling but I’d think black coffee without sweetener would be fine. I think the sweetener or gum with sweetener, even though there are no calories, might still trigger an insulin response, slow any weightloss and indeed stop the fast to some extent.
    I think I have read research that our bodies are not fooled by 0 cal sweeteners. Apart from probably being bad for us, they don’t fool our bodies at all and can often have the opposite effect and make you crave more sweetness.
    Just my thoughts but I’d keep sweetness to ‘feast’ days then have berries etc.
    I also keep any calories to the evening and all at once when I don’t do a 36 hour water fast. I’d cultivate a taste for black unsweetened tea and coffee!
    Best wishes

  3. kirkjerk

    Hmm, or maybe you’d say our bodies ARE fooled by 0 cal sweeteners, but not in good ways.
    Anyway, today I made it til 2:30PM or so, then foolishly looked up calories of various local restaurant salads and then had to go eat. But overall not such a bad lapse, I think, and the program still feels strong and doable, and it’s great that a successful 2:5 loss plan would have an obvious 1:6 sustaining possibility (not to get ahead of myself)

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