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Acidosis/sports Training Overload

Acidosis/Sports Training Overload ADMhdiuqy497394179hd 2016-10-06T15:53:03+00:00 Acidosis, which is a functional imbalance characterized by an excessive concentration of hydrogen ions in the extracellular fluids, implies the progressive reduction of the bodys buffer stock and, as a direct result, the alteration of the cellular metabolic processes. Treating acidosis is important to improve the symptoms that can be associated to it, including large areas of diseases and disorders, such as joint pain, chronic fatigue, sleep disorders, increased susceptibility to allergies, frequent infections and osteoporosis. The effectiveness of buffer food supplements in order to rebalance the phenomena of acidosis has been demonstrated in different clinical situations: from sport to treatment of gastrointestinal disorders, to degenerative disorders of the skeletal system till cancer. Melcalin BASE is a buffer food supplement that assists in maintaining the acid-base balance by providing the right amount of phosphate and bicarbonate ions, which are the main constituents of buffering stocks, in addition to key minerals such as magnesium and potassium, which are also key components for the maintenan Continue reading >>

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  1. K-Jay

    Best Keto Calculator

    Hey guys, where can I find the best calculator to give me my macronutrient ratios for a keto diet for a 200lb man with 20%BF?

  2. philip41

    Originally Posted by K-Jay
    Hey guys, where can I find the best calculator to give me my macronutrient ratios for a keto diet for a 200lb man with 20%BF?

    Hi there, have you tried Fitday.com that is what i used.

  3. rtmiii

    I dont remember who posted this the other day, but here it is based on a Lean Body Mass of 176 (220 * .2)
    LBM of 176
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    180 * 4 / 0.3 = 2346 (total calorie intake for Keto)
    2436 * .3 = 704 calories of protein
    2436 * .65 = 1583 calories of fat
    2436 *.05 = 122 calories of carbs

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Alkaline Vs Acidic Foods Chart

When the bodys pH level is too acidic for an extended period of time, acidosis can set in. When the body is too alkaline for an extended period of time, alkalosis can set in. Most people who have an unbalanced pH are acidic, and being too alkaline is very rare. Acidosis occurs when there is a build up of too much acid in the body. There are two types of acidosis: Respiratory acidosis which develops when there is too much carbon dioxide in the body, and metabolic acidosis which occurs when the body produces too much acid or when the kidneys are not able to remove enough acid from the body. Food is digested in our bodies and is broken down to an ash residue, which determines alkaline vs acidic foods. This ash residue can be neutral, acidic, or alkaline, and consists of the basic building blocks or nutrients of the food. For instance, alkaline foods may contain higher amounts of, potassium, calcium, magnesium, and iron, and will leave an alkaline ash, while acidic foods may contain higher amounts of sulphur, phosphorus, and chlorine leave acid ash. When it comes to alkaline vs acidic foods, these foods have both alkaline and acidic properties, but alkaline foods will have more alkali Continue reading >>

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  1. cuteblonde

    can the menstrual cycle affect weight loss and ketosis? i've been doing atkins for three and a half weeks now. i lost 7 pounds after the first 2 weeks but during the third week (week of period) i gained 2 pounds back. could this be water retention even though i'm downing tons of water or hormone fluctuation? also, all this time i've been in ketosis with my strips turning dark purple. well the past 2 days (right after starting my period) i've suddenly been knocked out of ketosis. i've only added some macadamia nuts (one serving's worth at 4 carbs) and herbal tea. the tea is celestial seasonings and has 0 carbs, calories, etc. and no caffiene. but i had been consuming these 2 things for a week before suddenly my strips stopped turning purple. monday night they were dark purple and tuesday night they were barely pink. so what's the deal with this? i have never consumed more than 25 carbs on any day. i'm not focusing so much on my weight anymore. instead i like to have evidence that i'm in ketosis by having purple strips. so since they are barely pink all of a sudden does that mean i've suddenly stopped burning fat? i'm not going to stop because i feel better, but it is frustrating.

  2. Skamito

    Okay... first of all, YES! Hormones and menses can and will affect what the scale and probably also what the ketosis testing says. Don't let water retention bum you out. It is not fat gained and will pass. Just keep drinking that water and you should be fine.
    As for the ketosis strips, my best advice (though perhaps hasty) is don't use them. They are infamously unreliable and I don't trust em as far as I can throw em. Here are some things that can affect them:
    -Exposed to air
    -Exposed to steam
    -Dietary fat
    -Water intake
    -Expulsion of ketones through breath, sweat as opposed to urine
    -Just plain defective
    That being said, pink is actually better than dark purple. Purple can mean you are dehydrated. Pink still indicates the presence of ketones, but they are diluted. That's good! Drink that water.
    Are you noticing the other feelings of ketosis? Distinct breath, dimished appetite, etc. are also ways of determing the fat burning state.
    Hope that helps a bit. The tea and macadamia nuts are fine additions and if you're not going above 25g of carbs a day, I assure you that you are in ketosis and will see results.
    I wish you good luck. I'm sure you will do well. :)

  3. cuteblonde

    well that does make me feel a lot better. it's easy to get hung up on one thing like ketone strips, weight, inches, etc. i do feel better and look better so that's what is truly important.

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Cause Of Metabolic Acidosis

Originsand evolution of the Western diet: health implications for the 21st century "food staples and food-processing proceduresintroduced during the Neolithic and Industrial Periods havefundamentally altered 7 crucial nutritional characteristics ofancestral human diets: 1) glycemic load, 2) fatty acid composition,3) macronutrient composition, 4) micronutrient density, 5)acid-base balance, 6) sodium-potassium ratio, and 7)fiber content. The evolutionary collision of our ancient genome withthe nutritional qualities of recently introduced foods may underliemany of the chronic diseases of Western civilization." "After digestion, absorption, and metabolism, nearly allfoods release either acid or bicarbonate (base) into the systemiccirculation. Fish, meat, poultry, eggs, shellfish, cheese,milk, and cereal grains are net acid producing, whereas freshfruit, vegetables, tubers, roots, and nuts are net base producing.Legumes yield near-zero mean acid values, which reflects anoverlapping distribution from slightly net acid producing to slightlynet base producing. Additionally, salt is net acid producing becauseof the chloride ion." "healthy adults consuming the standard US dietsustain a chro Continue reading >>

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  1. Pallavi Choukse

    You can have Ketosis diet or try fruits only. Also keep brisk walking in routine to increase metabolism.

  2. Tejas Bansod

    In fact, lots of research has shown a low-carb diet is a very effective way to lose weight and improve health A short-term decrease in carb intake can also reduce water weight and bloating. Consume green tea thrice a day.

  3. Chetna Vasishth

    Watch the following video of Karishma Chawla. In this video she give weight loss tips and fitness tips, discuss how to lose weight fast and 33 tips on how to lose weight easy at home. Look out for a weight loss diet plan, high protein diets and how to stop overeating. Focus on nutrition for weight loss with a nutritionist who gives best nutrition tips for weight loss and nutrition for general fitness.

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