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D-lactic Acidosis A Very Rare Form Of Metabolic Acidosis Explained

D-lactic acidosis a very rare form of metabolic acidosis explained Summarized from Kowgli N, Chhabra L. D-lactic acidosis: an underrecognized complication of short bowel syndrome. Gastroenterology Research and Practice 2015. Available on line at: Health demands that the pH of blood is maintained within a narrow range (7.35-7.45). Monitoring this physiological imperative and detection of so-called acid-base disturbance, in which blood pH is either increased or decreased, is one of the principal clinical utilities of blood gas analysis. Metabolic acidosis one of the four classes of acid-base disturbance identified by blood gas analysis is most commonly the result of abnormal accumulation of lactic acid, either due to increased metabolic production, reduced elimination or a combination of the two.This most common form of metabolic acidosis should, strictly speaking, be called L-lactic acidosis rather than simply lactic acidosis, as is usually the case. The nomenclature, L-lactic acidosis recognizes that in nature lactic acid can exist in two stereoisomeric forms: L-lactic acid and D-lactic acid. In humans (and indeed all mammals) lactic acid exists almost exclusively as the L-isoform Continue reading >>

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  1. StickiestIcky

    does your protein intake really matter on keto?

    ive been looking into keto and i was wondering why you need more fat than protein on keto as long as your carbs are low. why isnt a 45% fat 50% protein 5% carbs as effective as the typical 65%30%5%? as long as carbs are low, why would it matter?

  2. Bwestmuscle

    Originally Posted by StickiestIcky
    ive been looking into keto and i was wondering why you need more fat than protein on keto as long as your carbs are low. why isnt a 45% fat 50% protein 5% carbs as effective as the typical 65%30%5%? as long as carbs are low, why would it matter?

    If your looking to use a CKD keto diet ( recommended ). And you want to maintain muscle while burning fat. All it takes is 1g of protein per lb of lean mass. The rest should be fat, as dietary fat is burned, and protein helps restore, once all the fat is burned, there are no carbs to be found. Therefore, its going to start burning your stored bodyfat, which is why you want just enough protein to keep the muscles full. and dont forget to have a carb up day while on a CKD ketosis diet.
    Simple way of putting it. more dietary fat w/o carbs = more fat loss

  3. StickiestIcky

    Originally Posted by Bwestmuscle
    If your looking to use a CKD keto diet ( recommended ). And you want to maintain muscle while burning fat. All it takes is 1g of protein per lb of lean mass. The rest should be fat, as dietary fat is burned, and protein helps restore, once all the fat is burned, there are no carbs to be found. Therefore, its going to start burning your stored bodyfat, which is why you want just enough protein to keep the muscles full. and dont forget to have a carb up day while on a CKD ketosis diet.
    Simple way of putting it. more dietary fat w/o carbs = more fat loss

    alright. and on CKD do you eat carbs after you workkout or once a week?

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