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5 Mistakes To Avoid On The Ketogenic Diet | Well+good

After months of hearing celebs and wellness influencers rave about the ketogenic diet , you may be thinking of taking it for a test drive yourself. In theory, it shouldnt be that hardallyouve gotta do is scale down on the carbs, dial up the protein, and eat a lot more fat to reap the ah-mazing benefits, right? Er, not so fast. The truth is that the ketogenic diet isnt all avocado roses . In fact, many who take it on without fully understanding the mechanics wind up without the improvements theyd had hoped forincreased energy and focus, improved moods, weight lossand instead end up suffering from nasty side-effects, warns ketogenic dietitian and Nutricia Keto Ambassador Vanessa Aldaz, MPH, RD, CDE. Aldaz, who specializes in treating medical conditions through the keto diet, has seen far too many people try to adopt the lifestyle without actually knowing how it works. You want to make sure that you are safe and successful in your ketogenic diet therapy, she says.Whether youre interested in trying it for a medical condition, for weight loss, or energy and performance improvement, you [must] become well-versed in it. One way to prepare: Brush up on the most common mistakes many keto f Continue reading >>

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  1. skinnylove

    Hi there! So I'm a noob, I guess you could say, and I've been wanting to lose a lot of fat for a while now but nothing has worked. So I researched and decided to take up the Keto diet.
    It is Saturday and I have been on it since Monday. I have ketostix, and I have not tested positive for ketones at ALL. It's been negative the whole time. I'm following the diet to a tee! (Except last night, I drank at a club, but I had a rockstar vodka light with no carbohydrates and a few other drinks that were just gin&tonic's and vodka and tonic - nothing sugary!)
    I am 19, 130 pounds, and I'm not looking for strength, I do 15 reps of most exercises to try and get lean and tone.
    I weight lift 3-4 times a week.
    Monday - Shoulders and back and abs
    Wednesday - Legs & Chest (sometimes move the Chest to a day in between)
    Friday - Tri's and Bi's
    And I do cardio in the in between days, or sometimes a bit on the days when I weight lift. Like intervals on the treadmill, or a bit of cycling, or stairmaster.
    How I'm eating?
    I have been having 20 g of carbs or less per day.
    High fat and moderate protein.
    I looked it up and I'm having about 100 g of protein or a bit more per day.
    And for fat it said 89 g, but I go a little over sometimes, as it's hard to get right on.
    Example:
    Wake up/Breakfast - Scrambled eggs of about 2 egg whites/2 whole eggs or somtimes I do 4 egg whites and 2 whole eggs. with marble cheddar cheese on it. and 2-4 Slices of Turkey Bacon
    I eat lots of turkey slim pepperettes for snacks, cheese, cold cuts like tomato basil turkey and chicken breast roast and such. Haven't had peanut butter cause I'm scared it won't help me.
    I have Dole's spring mix lettuce by itself with Renee's wellness yogurt dressing like roasted garlic or peppercorn ranch (like 4 - 4.5 g of fat and 1 g of carbs per tbsp, 0.3 g of protein) and sometimes I put chicken breast in it.
    Or I eat angus burger without the bun, and some cheese.
    Or if I wanted something a bit greasy (kinda gross) I have the top dog hot dogs with some melted cheese.
    As you can see, I'm not eating many carbs at all
    I'm not losing weight
    And I'm testing negative for ketones...
    WHAT AM I DOING WRONG????????
    So frustrating! It's been 6 days!!!!!!!

  2. MdFitness

    Throw away the ketostix's, no need for them.
    Try to eat alittle more protein, and the rest all fat. If you are truly eating less than 20 net carbs you should be going into keto very soon, it takes some people a bit, thats why its good to stay on it with no carbups for at least 2 weeks to let you body get use to it.
    You need to track your calories and make sure your not eating too much or too little. You need to aim for burning 500 calories more than your eating to start losing weight, also you should start losing water weight as well without having carbs.
    Make sure you are getting fiber at least around 20+ g's a day, thats a key to get the waste out which will carry some weight as well.

  3. Livingitup44

    Hey there! I think that everything looks just about right but I would up your fat because when the body thinks it is not getting enough fat it will hold onto it. I am in the same range as u and my macros work very well for me. I'm 18, about 5' 3" and depending on the day normally around 133. It took me around 16 days to get into ketosis so it differs for many people, but i wouldn't worry about it because u don't have to be in ketosis to lose weight, just need a deficit.
    My macros:
    Calories: Maintenance: 2,025
    Cut: 1,525
    Protein: 114g
    Fat: 110g
    Carbs: 19g

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Can't Get Into Ketosis Despite Doing Everything "right" ... I Think? : Keto

by greater__fool F 27, 5'5" SW: 125, CW: 125, GW: 113, SD 2/6/15 Good morning ketoers! Hopefully this doesn't just turn into a rant, I'm genuinely seeking advice here. I'm starting Day 7 of eating keto today and I feel at a loss because I'm still not in ketosis. I've read the FAQ and just about every keto material I can get my hands on (still need to read Phinney's and McDonald's books but I'm living in Guatemala right now and it's hard to get my hands on them). Anyway, I use MFP to calculate my macros and electrolytes. My average day looks like this: PreBreakfast:Glass of water with these supplements: Omega 3 fish oil, kelp, turmeric, Vitamin D, Niacin1/2 tsp. of lo-sodium salt with potassium washed down with water Breakfast: Bulletproof coffee (8 oz coffee with 2 T butter, 1 T heavy cream, 1-2 eggs) ... we don't have coconut oil in Guate, womp womp Lunch:Cauliflower mash (2 c finely chopped cauliflower sauteed in 2 T olive oil, topped with 2 T butter and salt)2 c. Spinach topped with 1 T extra virgin olive oil, 2 tsp. red wine vinegar, salt and pepper Snack:1/2 scoop soy isolate protein powder 1 stick mozzarella string cheeseCup of homemade beef bone broth with 2 seasoning cubes Continue reading >>

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  1. KOSHIE1

    KETOSIS is a chemical /metabolic state your body is (or isn't!) in. Either your carbs are low enough for your body to be in ketosis, OR NOT. As long as you are in ketosis, your body metabolizes food differently -- it is totally irrelevant whether you are consuming "X" or "Y" number of carbs. In other words, IF you are in ketosis, it doesn't matter how deeply you are in ketosis, or how deeply purple your Ketostix are. You simply ARE or ARE NOT in ketosis.
    Eat too many carbs and your body goes out of ketosis, and changes the way it metabolizes food.
    WHILE IN KETOSIS, you cannot get all the caloric energy out of the food you eat. Fat will only give you 1 (ONE!) calorie of energy, not 9! Protein will give you only 2 calories, not 4; but carbs will still give you the full 4 calories whether or not you are in ketosis.
    So, your Ketostix turn purple because you are in ketosis and producing ketones through your now-inefficient metabolic breakdown of fat. Deeper purple is caused by more ketones, which is caused by eating more fat -- it has absolutely NOTHING to do with changing your body's "level" of ketosis. Remember, you either ARE or ARE NOT in ketosis! THERE ARE NO LEVELS OF KETOSIS, ONLY CONCENTRATIONS OF KETONES, which is entirely dependent upon how much fat you eat.
    So if you are sure you are in ketosis (which you seem to be because your Ketostix are still consistently turning even the palest shade of purple -- which can only happen if you are producing ketones which can only happen if you are in ketosis), then you can only have a limited number of problems (and it isn't ketosis!):
    1. You are simply eating TOO much, too many calories to lose weight! (and it probably is protein).
    2. You are on a plateau, and simply must wait it out.
    3. You are having a "sensitivity" issue that is causing you to retain your weight (probably water). You could be sensitive to anything: milk products, gluten, artificial sweeteners (beware maltitol), medicines, ...
    Three weeks is not an unusually long time for your weight to be stable despite your "best efforts" at losing weight. Review your daily food records and see if there is anything different about the last three weeks. Maybe you can find a clue that way.
    Note: Are you eating maltitol? LOTs of people stall by eating maltitol. "They" say maltitol has "ZERO" effective carbs; but the USDA has research that indicates that maltitol is actually worth "half" its total grams, NOT none of its grams!


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  2. URMYLF

    Are your calories too high?
    I have noticed that if my carbs are the right level and I'm in ketosis, that if I see how many calories I've eaten, I'm usually around/over 1500.
    According to Atkins, eating protein/fat is supposed to keep you full so you don't want or need to overeat. I must concur! When I overeat because it tastes so good, but I'm not hungry, I see it in the scale. For me, I've learned 1200-1300 is a good place to be, and 70% fat/30% protein is a good ratio for me (the carbs range from 20-35 when I'm losing).
    Eating after dinner also causes me to stall.
    Carrie


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  3. JUST_JULIA

    Tinamarie, are you actually counting your carbs? You may be eating more carbs than you think. I understand that you can register in ketosis with up to 30 net carbs/day, maybe more, but if you're in the induction phase, you only want to be at 20. I am pretty much at that point too. Also, are you exercising. I tend to lose more weight more quickly when I don't exercise. So if you're exercising and doing everything right, just keep it up and know that doing the right thing will get you to where you want to go. I too have been in ketosis for a while and am not losing weight - I work out at least an hour a day at least 5 days/week, so I know I'm getting in better shape and that the weight loss is going slower than it has been. I just keep doing what I'm doing and I know I will reach my goals - just not by the time I had hoped.

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  1. skinnylove

    Hi there! So I'm a noob, I guess you could say, and I've been wanting to lose a lot of fat for a while now but nothing has worked. So I researched and decided to take up the Keto diet.
    It is Saturday and I have been on it since Monday. I have ketostix, and I have not tested positive for ketones at ALL. It's been negative the whole time. I'm following the diet to a tee! (Except last night, I drank at a club, but I had a rockstar vodka light with no carbohydrates and a few other drinks that were just gin&tonic's and vodka and tonic - nothing sugary!)
    I am 19, 130 pounds, and I'm not looking for strength, I do 15 reps of most exercises to try and get lean and tone.
    I weight lift 3-4 times a week.
    Monday - Shoulders and back and abs
    Wednesday - Legs & Chest (sometimes move the Chest to a day in between)
    Friday - Tri's and Bi's
    And I do cardio in the in between days, or sometimes a bit on the days when I weight lift. Like intervals on the treadmill, or a bit of cycling, or stairmaster.
    How I'm eating?
    I have been having 20 g of carbs or less per day.
    High fat and moderate protein.
    I looked it up and I'm having about 100 g of protein or a bit more per day.
    And for fat it said 89 g, but I go a little over sometimes, as it's hard to get right on.
    Example:
    Wake up/Breakfast - Scrambled eggs of about 2 egg whites/2 whole eggs or somtimes I do 4 egg whites and 2 whole eggs. with marble cheddar cheese on it. and 2-4 Slices of Turkey Bacon
    I eat lots of turkey slim pepperettes for snacks, cheese, cold cuts like tomato basil turkey and chicken breast roast and such. Haven't had peanut butter cause I'm scared it won't help me.
    I have Dole's spring mix lettuce by itself with Renee's wellness yogurt dressing like roasted garlic or peppercorn ranch (like 4 - 4.5 g of fat and 1 g of carbs per tbsp, 0.3 g of protein) and sometimes I put chicken breast in it.
    Or I eat angus burger without the bun, and some cheese.
    Or if I wanted something a bit greasy (kinda gross) I have the top dog hot dogs with some melted cheese.
    As you can see, I'm not eating many carbs at all
    I'm not losing weight
    And I'm testing negative for ketones...
    WHAT AM I DOING WRONG????????
    So frustrating! It's been 6 days!!!!!!!

  2. MdFitness

    Throw away the ketostix's, no need for them.
    Try to eat alittle more protein, and the rest all fat. If you are truly eating less than 20 net carbs you should be going into keto very soon, it takes some people a bit, thats why its good to stay on it with no carbups for at least 2 weeks to let you body get use to it.
    You need to track your calories and make sure your not eating too much or too little. You need to aim for burning 500 calories more than your eating to start losing weight, also you should start losing water weight as well without having carbs.
    Make sure you are getting fiber at least around 20+ g's a day, thats a key to get the waste out which will carry some weight as well.

  3. Livingitup44

    Hey there! I think that everything looks just about right but I would up your fat because when the body thinks it is not getting enough fat it will hold onto it. I am in the same range as u and my macros work very well for me. I'm 18, about 5' 3" and depending on the day normally around 133. It took me around 16 days to get into ketosis so it differs for many people, but i wouldn't worry about it because u don't have to be in ketosis to lose weight, just need a deficit.
    My macros:
    Calories: Maintenance: 2,025
    Cut: 1,525
    Protein: 114g
    Fat: 110g
    Carbs: 19g

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