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'ketogenic' Drink Supplement Helps Control Blood Sugar, Study Finds

Published Tuesday, February 13, 2018 8:00PM EST Last Updated Wednesday, February 14, 2018 7:07AM EST A horrible-tasting drink supplement thats been billed as a revolutionary super fuel appears to temporarily put the body into a state of ketosis and quickly bring blood sugar levels under control, new research has found. Ketosis and ketogenic diets have become hugely popular weight-loss buzzwords in in recent years, promising not only weight loss but improved endurance for athletes. Similar to the Atkins-style diets that were all the rage a decade ago, ketogenic diets are low in carbs like sugar and starch. But instead of focusing on protein, the diets stress high-fat foods, such as dairy, meats, avocados, and vegetable fats. The goal of the diet is to induce ketosis, a metabolic state in which the body stops using carbohydrates for fuel, and instead burns fat from the bodys fat stores which it turns into acids called ketones. Normally, entering ketosis takes days of adhering to a strict diet. But B.C. researchers have recently found a way to create a drink supplement that appears to do the same thing within minutes. The drink is made of ketone esters that its developers say can act Continue reading >>

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  1. sk8wh33ler

    I looked around here and in the web, but could not find a clear answer. So the situation is: I am in ketosis around 6 month and started to get higher blood sugar 2 month ago. Before I was around 70 - 90. Now I am around 100 to 120, no matter when I meassure. Blood-Ketone level is always around 0.4 to 1.2. My macros are ok and I felt good most of the time. The last 2 weeks though I started to feel a bit down so I started to worry a bit and read into the high BG thing I found 2 articles which leaves a lot of questions unanswered.
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    They are a bit old, so there might be more information by now? I am really worried that I have to stop keto just because of this.... can anyone help by making a holding argument? Can I just ignore this? Thanks in advance.

  2. DavePD

    Given your BHB of .4 to 1.2, I think it's more likely you still need to limit carbs and/or protein as there's likely too much glucose still in play. Check your postprandial glucose 1, 2, and 3 hours after meals and see if you spike above 120. If so, your meal is still too high in carbs and/or protein when coupled with your existing insulin response.
    When you get your next blood test, be sure to ask for "Fasting Insulin" too. (This should actually be standard in ALL metabolic panels, but isn't.)
    I'm about 17 months into the diet and I've observed my fasting blood glucose bottom out at 70s to start, then slowly increase to 90s (or even low 100s about 15% of the time), yet my blood BHB is typically between 1.8-3.8. I'm confident this is glucose sparing as my fasting insulin tests are now at the bottom of their range (3.3 with reference range 2.6-24.9) AND I check my postprandial glucose which rarely climbs above 120.
    To add to /u/Solol123's point -- protein is tricky because I find if I have too much within a single meal (such as large steak), it will bring up my glucose postprandial and even have a lasting margin into the next morning with higher glucose and lower BHB.

  3. sk8wh33ler

    thanks for the advice. I will try to control protein even more and will stay with mostly 77g a day.

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In this video I discuss the what are carbohydrates and the types of carbohydrates. The pros and cons to each type, and the best carbs to eat. Transcript Types of carbs So, what are the different types of carbohydrates? The answer to this question depends on who you ask. Some common classifications would be healthy and unhealthy, good and bad, slow and fast. In this video I am going to classify them as simple, complex and fibrous. Before we get into those classifications, we need to look at molecules. I know, fun stuff, but it will help you understand better. A monosaccharide is a single molecule, such as fructose, which is found in fruit. A disaccharide consists of 2 monosaccharide molecules, such as sucrose or table sugar. And a polysaccharide consists of many monosaccharide molecules, such as in whole grain pasta. Now that we have that out of the way, lets look at simple carbohydrates. Simple carbohydrates are made up of mono and disaccharides, 1 or 2 molecules. Some foods include, fruits, milk, and foods with high amounts of added sugars. Typically simple carbohydrates are easily absorbed into the bloodstream because of their simple molecular structure. However, when you obtain

Ketones And Carbohydrates: Can They Co-exist?

Ketones and Carbohydrates: Can they co-exist? For reasons Im still struggling to understand, the idea of nutritional ketosis (NK, to be distinguished from starvation ketosis, SK or diabetic ketoacidosis, DKA) is often discussed and debated in much the same way as religion or politics. Perhaps this can be said of all nutrition, which is a shame. Nevertheless, in my continued defiance of such sensitive topics, Id like to add another layer of complexity and nuance to this discussion. The rule of thumb for NK is that caloric intake is determined as follows (this excludes a subset of ketogenic diets known as calorie-restricted KD which, as the name suggests, is specifically restricted in calories): Carbohydrate (total, not net): less than 50 gm/day, but ideally closer to 30 gm/day Protein: up to 1 to 1.5 gm/kg, but ideally below about 120 gm/day Let me illustrate what this looks like for Joe (left), Jane (middle), and Jeff (right an example of a calorie restricted KD), three hypothetical people in NK but each with different caloric requirements. As a general rule, as caloric requirement increases the proportion of calories derived from carbohydrate and protein decreases (and the contri Continue reading >>

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  1. zeinmr

    Hello everyone. I am on ketogenic diet for 2 months. I am not diabetic. My body mass index is 24.7 and my health is very good. I chose the ketogenic diet because I am convinced that this is the healthiest one. But for the last week or so I start by curiosity check my blood sugar and I am really surprised. Just let me tell you I am in full keto adaptation and my blood ketones is around 2.7 as average. My glucose when fasting in the morning is 6 to 6.1 mmnol/l (108 to 110 mg/dl). I read many articles about the insulin physiological resistance but I am little suspecious. I mean high blood sugar increase the risk of cardiovascular disease whether it comes from insulin resistance or physiological insuline resistance. I am little hesitating whether to continue with this diet or return back to regular one. Anyone can help me?

  2. Leo41

    If you are concerned about blood glucose, I suggest you see a doctor for an A1C test (levels over 3 months) which is far more accurate than the fasting number.
    At the same time, my experience may help you deal with this. I am not diabetic, but my fasting numbers are typically high (low 90s--lab limit is 120), but my A1c is typically about 5.2, well within normal.
    I've read that a ketogentic diet will produce higher fasting numbers, and my endo says that this is true--which is why he goes by my A1c. I'm hypothyroid, which is why I get regular blood tests, and since all my siblings are Type 2 diabetics, my endo keeps his eye on my BG.

  3. zeinmr

    Thx Leo for reply. But high glucose increase the risk of cardiovascular disease whether your A1c is normal or not.

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This Keto Cauliflower Casserole was absolutely delicious and it kept really well in the refrigerator to my surprise. It was actually even better cold or reheated. If you guys are on a ketogenic, keto diet or even a paleo diet, and are looking for new recipes, I highly recommend you try this one. I hope you guys enjoy the Video and it helps with your Health and Fitness Journey and to Achieve your Goals. Please remember to subscribe here for more videos weekly. https://www.youtube.com/user/justaddm... Also check out or Supplement Website for over 6000 brand name supplements at wholesale here: http://www.justaddmuscle.com/ and use code youtube for a 10% discount on your entire order. Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/JustAddMuscl... Twitter:https://twitter.com/justaddmuscle Instagram http://instagram.com/justaddmuscle Snapchat:JUSTADDMUSCLE

Keto Diet Proven Effective For Diabetics

Many nutritionalists and dietitians are joining the chorus of fans of ketogenic diet. And certainly it is more effective that even the best diet pills like Garcinia Cambodia . However, there are some health professionals concerned about the use of ketogenic diets for diabetics. Addressing this concern, a recent randomized controlled trial investigated the safety, tolerability and effectiveness of a 4-month, very low-calorie ketogenic diet in 89 obese people with type 2 diabetes. Here is a detailed summary of its findings, in addition to some background information. The ketogenic diet contains minimal amounts of carbs. This forces the body to burn fat and leads to ketosis, which is characterized by elevated levels of ketone bodies in the blood. The ketone bodies partially replace glucose (blood sugar) as fuel for cells. Reducing sugar intake has multiple health benefits , especially for diabetics. Additionally, eating sugar, especially sugar-sweetened beverages , may promote overeating. Sugar may also be addictive for some people, making them susceptible to cravings and overeating. For these reasons, high sugar intake is probably one of the main causes of weight gain and obesity. A Continue reading >>

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    Keto diet - morning blood sugar are still high

    My dr recently took me off my type 2 meds because I'd been doing so well but my morning readings where my only issue. To watch that with continued diet n exercise
    so I've been a week on this keto diet where my carbs are under 20 carbs for the day. I've lost 5 lbs so far but my morning fasting blood sugar numbers are still high around 147 and my dr told me to keep them under 130 for mornings. Why is this? I'm frustrated I thought this diet would be great for me to loose weight n would make my morning numbers better because hardly any carbs. I basically eat meat n vegetables and do Jazzercise 5 days a week…so confused. Any advice or ideas helpful.

  2. Pegsy

    I deal with Dawn Phenomenon too. Stress, anxiety and poor sleep really have an impact on the morning glucose. Someone told me that protein just before bed can help. Lately I have been consuming a spoonful of peanut butter at bedtime. I does seem to help. However if I am stressed and not sleeping well, nothing helps. Stress reduction and plenty of good sleep go a long way.

  3. haoleboy

    It would be nice if the only "enemy" was the glucose we consumed. Sadly our bodies are amazingly adept at producing and storing glucose all on their own.
    If we're lucky after walking the straight and narrow for a while our bodies get on board and stop sabotaging our efforts
    ❤ eat as if your life depends on it
    Steve

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