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Since blood sugar levels are really low during Ketosis, would you expect a greater effect from PWO (following the same logic as lower alcohol tolerance)? Therefore, would eating a ketogenic meal and taking a PWO right after not decrease the effects of the PWO? (Like on a normal diet, they say you usually want to give it 30-60 minutes or it'll decrease PWO effects) I think protein shakes kick you out of keto because it raises insulin levels. IIRC one has to keep protein at a fairly low and consistent intake to stay in ketosis. I'm not sure if its just the excess amino acids being converted into glucose through gluconeogenesis, or if the amino acids themselves are causing in insulin increase, but it does seem to happen. Human insulinotropic response to oral ingestion ... [Amino Acids. 2009] - PubMed - NCBI I read somewhere else that leucine, one of the BCAAs causes an insulin spike, but it was the stored insulin within the pancreas it caused to be released, the 2nd wave of insulin did not follow (where the pancreas starts up production). Sorry couldn't be more helpful, I too am interested in this. I'm doing intermittent fasting with induced ketosis during the fast (from MCT oil). If Continue reading >>

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  1. Nick

    I'm on a ketogenic diet and have stopped taking protein shakes (excepting post-workout protein powder with water) because I've heard that it may cause an insulin spike. Is it true that protein powder with water will knock you out of ketosis? The one I'm using in particular is Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard 100% Whey.

  2. MattyP

    Yes it can.
    Protein is made up of seven different aminos, some of which (just as j.rightly correctly pointed out) can knock you out of ketosis because they are broken down into glucose in your blood.
    j.rightly is corrct. Do some research and it will confirm that protein can knock you out of keto. Anyone who says it can't doesn't understand the science behind it.
    That is why you are meant to eat about 65% of your diet from fats, 30% protein and no more than about 5% carbs (which will be incidental from your fat & protein based meals) to be sure you stay in ketosis.

  3. JoJo

    No.
    Ketosis is the deprivation of carbs. High end protein shakes, such as your ON Gold, don't contain many carbs. Thus, drinking your protein shake won't remove you from your ketogenic state. On the other hand, cheap proteins (Muscle Milk) and any protein labeled as "mass builder" will contain carbs to prevent ketosis.
    Your comment about protein shakes spiking insulin is wrong. Insulin is secreted to process sugar. Your ON Gold with water has hardly any sugar. Thus, drinking your protein shake will not spike your insulin. Insulin spikes usually only occur when you eat simple carbs from fruit, candy, etc...

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Spara Nutrition Keto BCAA | Supplement Review https://blog.priceplow.com/keto-suppl... The Sparta Nutrition Keto saga continues! In this installment of the Keto Blood Test reviews, Mike's looking into Sparta Nutrition's Keto BCAA supplement. This is a 2:1:1 BCAA supplement that's also packing a couple additives like BHB Salts, Peak o2... and some of the dreaded GLUTAMINE! Admittedly this is an interesting BCAA supplement to say the least. Sparta Nutrition is for sure taking a side step from the "Normal" Amino Supplement playbook and throwing us a bit of a curve ball. Now in past Keto Reviews, Mike has not been a huge fan of Glutamine and even the BCAA supplement's weren't completely on the positive side. What's interesting though, it seems that this particular combination of ingredients allows for this supplement to keep Mike in Ketosis & still provide workout benefits! This one ends up being PricePlow approved! Read More About Sparta Nutrition Keto BCAA On Our Blog https://blog.priceplow.com/keto-suppl... Sparta Nutrition Supplement Deals: https://www.priceplow.com/sparta-nutr... RELATED VIDEOS: - Sparta Nutrition CogniKeto Review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QjRgM... - Sparta

Do Bcaa Break Intermittent Fasting | How Fasting Works | How Long

I will tackle this question: do BCAAs break intermittent fasting head on as it seems to bother quite a number people along with some other questions on this page. Intermittent fasting is great way to reduce body fat. Intermittent fasting is a fat loss tool and when used correctly can certainly accelerate fat loss. If you are smart enough to add some serious workout with intermittent fasting, then you can reap the some serious muscle gain benefits. And thats where the BCAAs come into the picture. The answer is, Yes, they do. BCAAs do break a fast during intermittent fasting. Branched-chain amino acids (bcaa) are one of the latest raves in the fitness industry. These are supplements designed to supply your body with essential amino acids because your body cannot make them. BCAAs are designed to assist with your fitness efforts by preserving muscle mass. Most branched-chained amino acids (bcaa) contain the 3 amino acids Leucine, Isoleucine and Valine. Well BCAAs are amino acids and amino acids are macronutrients as amino acids make up what we call protein. So, by definition if you take BCAAs supplements either in the tablet form or in the powder form, you are technically eating. By p Continue reading >>

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  1. nosr

    Bcaa's on keto?

    Hey guys just wondering, if I was to sip on a Bcaa supplement like purple wraath or Xtend during my weight training would that kick me out of ketosis?

  2. supy

    Originally Posted by nosr
    Hey guys just wondering, if I was to sip on a Bcaa supplement like purple wraath or Xtend during my weight training would that kick me out of ketosis?

    Probably not(depends on sugar/carbs content) i know that noxplode deos not kick me out

  3. NewlyAssimilate

    Isn't N.O.Xplode mostly creatine and B12, with some caffeine?

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Leucine is an amino acid with powerful muscle building properties, due mainly to the role it plays with mTOR. In this video you'll learn about the benefits of supplementing L-Leucine and the top foods which contain Leucine. Im sure you are familiar with protein and just how important it is people often say things like, proteins are the building blocks of the body. In reality though, the true building blocks of the body are what the protein is actually made up of, which is a selection of various amino acids. All of these amino acids serve different purposes within the body. Because of this, in order for a food to be considered an adequate protein source , a food needs to contain all nine of the essential amino acids necessary for the dietary needs of humans or other animals As I said each of these essential amino acids has a different function in the body.. so what would happen if you were to cherry pick the amino acid with the greatest benefits to muscle gain, and supplement with that. Then, youd be supplementing Leucine, part of a family of three, known as the branched chain amino acids. Although you will sometimes hear about people supplementing with BCAAs, many studies have actu

Bcaa (specifically Leucine) And Its Effects On Ketosis?

AnabolicMinds.com > Forum > Nutrition Forum > Weight Loss > BCAA (specifically Leucine) and its effects on ketosis? BCAA (specifically Leucine) and its effects on ketosis? BCAA (specifically Leucine) and its effects on ketosis? is to much bcaa bad, specifically leucine during your workout? does it really kick you out of ketosis? and is 2 scoops of protein post workout to maintain ketosis?.. I personally take 3G of leucine pre workout and 10g of amino iv intra. To get out of keto you really need more calories to do so. Your good to go. I believe 5g of leucine is about 25 calories. I'm a Brooklyn boy I may take some gettin' use to sounds like what i do. i take modern bcaa its 8:1:1 ratio. might switch to a 2:1:1. If it's the insulin spike you're worried about, BCAAs produce a different kind of spike than carbs. Monophasic vs biphasic I believe. whats the difference? and does it effect ketosis?.. whats the difference? and does it effect ketosis?.. Haven't looked into it much. Some quick searching turned up: "The insulin response of perifused islets of rats, perfused rat pancreas, or that of a human, to a square-wave glucose stimulus is biphasic, a transient first-phase response of 4- Continue reading >>

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  1. Bart Loews

    There are two kinds of amino acides, ketogenic and glycogenic. The only thing this indicates is how the amino acids can be catabolized. Ketogenic amino acids can be broken down to acetyl-COA and put through the citric acid cycle. Glycogenic Amino acids have to be converted to glycogen for storage first. Isoleucine is a ketogenic amino acid.

  2. Alexander Anderson

    Both of the commonly used BCAAs Isoleucine & Valine, would kick you out of keto, if used in high enough doses, as they are glucogenic amino acids and their metabolites convert to carbohydrate. But practically speaking, it would be unlikely, unless you are taking a hell of a lot of Isoleucine.

  3. Raj Gandhi

    L-Isoleucine is just a amino acid . check for nutrition facts and if it has more sugar then avoid that bcaa.

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