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How Many Grams Of Carbohydrates Rda Are Recommended Per Day?

How many grams of carbohydrate per day are recommended to prevent ketosis in healthy individuals? How many grams of carbohydrate per day are recommended to prevent ketosis in healthy individuals? Would you like to merge this question into it? already exists as an alternate of this question. Would you like to make it the primary and merge this question into it? It varies per individual but a healthy individual can prevent ketosis with 100 to 120 grams of carbohydrates. It varies per individual but a healthy individual can prevent ketosis with 100 to 120 grams of carbohydrates. How many grams of protein are recommended per day? For sedentary adults, about 0.8 grams per kilogram of body massis recommended. If, for instance, you are 70 kg, it is recommended that you have: 70 kg x 0.8 grams protein per kg per day = 56 grams protein per day However, it should be noted that this is the general rule forsedentary adults. It is widely agreed that up to 1.8 grams perkilogram of body mass are needed for active adults engaged instrength training or intense endurance training. For the averageperson, the easiest way to determine how much protein is needed itto divide their weight in half. For ex Continue reading >>

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  1. Fat2FitChick

    I have been on Keto for about 6 months or so. My pressure used to be normal but a tragic event in my life took my pressure up. I started Keto shortly after this but my blood pressure has not returned to normal. It has actually gotten worse/higher. It is almost impossible for me to lose weight any other way so I don't want to stop if I don't have to but I think Keto is causing my blood pressure to go up.
    I'm only 34 and not on medications and I am predisposed to it because my mother has it and depends on medication to regulate it. What should I do? I was trying to wait one more month just to see if it improves as I lose more weight because I am still obese weighing 184 and I am 5'0" and I am thinking this has a lot to do with my pressure and not the keto.
    I do not want to depend on blood pressure medicine like my mother which is why I made this lifestyle change but it may be working against me.
    Please help!!

  2. hookilau

    If I understand your post, you were obese, had normal blood pressure, then started keto, and blood pressure went up?
    I'm inclined to believe that it's your weight vs the keto diet that's got your BP so jacked up. How jacked up btw? Are you checking it at home?
    What did your doctor say? I'm also 5' and started at 160#'s. I was undiagnosed T2D and that sent my cholesterol, BP and of course BG up. 6 months later with the first 22#'s coming off during the first 8 wks, all my values are within normal range again.
    The majority of my elders have T2D in my family, though they never talked about it, so I never knew my risk factors were so high.
    What was your starting weight?

  3. fablevins

    Are you exercising? Walking is supposed to be a great way to lower your blood pressure.

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What Happens If You Don't Eat Enough Carbohydrates?

What Happens If You Don't Eat Enough Carbohydrates? Eating too few carbs will drain your energy and drag you down. Carbohydrates are your bodys source of energy. Its important to meet your daily carb needs to prevent unpleasant side effects. Low-carb diets, when coupled with an increase protein intake, are often effective for weight loss. However, a study published in a 2012 edition of Physiology and Behavior reports that the high-protein component of these weight-loss diets, not the low-carb component, is what causes weight-loss success. Ketosis occurs when your body runs out of carbohydrates as fuel and breaks down stored body fat as energy. During this process, ketones build up in the body, which can cause headaches, nausea, difficulty focusing mentally and bad breath. MayoClinic.com suggests restricting your carb intake to less than 20 grams per day causes ketosis. Since carbs are such an important source of energy for your body, eating too few carbs can really drag you down. MayoClinic.com reports that drastically cutting carbs can lead to fatigue, weakness and even dizziness. Feeling tired from an insufficient carb intake means youll likely have less energy to be physically Continue reading >>

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  1. LadyBugs

    Hi all,
    I guess when I first posted this I should have followed my original plan of counting 99 carbs and not go under. I read from some here that 99 was too much so I lowered my count to 40-60 carbs a day. It only took me 6 weeks to lose 20 lbs but I just got out of hospital because my blood pressure was plummeting to 80's over 40's and I was so weak and dizzy I could not even do anything. Dr said I had protein in my urine and it most likely was from not eating enough carbs which were over taxing my kidneys. Now I have to go to a kidney specialist. Please everyone be careful because some of us should not be on low carb diet to the point it can damage our kidneys. And who can tell who this will happen to until it does. I will definitely make sure my daily carb count is now over 100 carbs. Actually whatever my Dr says this time around. Scared me to death!!! Everyone just be careful !!!! Ask your Dr first I learned the hard way how important that is.
    Laura

  2. Bobi-p

    I never had any problems with protein in my urine from LC eating, I think that there might be another reason for your misfortune.

  3. LadyBugs

    Please Bobi I went to a reputable Dr and I trust his expertise . Be careful about the advice given. Not you in particular just all of should remember we are not Drs. I am convinced he knows his stuff. Regardless I intend to listen to him as he has not failed in being thorough and correct in diagnosing me for 30 some years and knows my medical history more than anyone I know. But thanx for trying.

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The Carbohydrate Needs Of Adult Females

Normal Suggested Amount of Fat and Protein Intake for Women Carbohydrates are one of the main sources of energy for your body, and your brain's preferred energy source. Plant foods are the best sources for carbohydrates, of which there are three types: sugars, starches and fiber. Sugars combine to form starches, which enzymes in your body break down during digestion, and fiber, for which people lack the enzymes to break down. Not consuming enough carbohydrates could leave you feeling weak and fatigued. Adult females should consume at least 150 grams of carbohydrate per day to avoid ketosis and provide enough fuel for the central nervous system. Ketosis occurs when your body doesn't have enough glucose for fuel. This can cause symptoms including bad breath, fatigue, headaches and nausea. Very low carbohydrate intakes can also make it difficult for you to consume the required amounts of vitamins and minerals. The 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommends you get between 45 percent and 65 percent of your calories from carbohydrates. If you consume 2,000 calories per day, this means you should consume between 225 grams and 325 grams of carbohydrates each day. Most of these carb Continue reading >>

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  1. METALL

    Hi im interested in understanding how much protein and how much fat should i be taking.
    Im 205, 6'2", 11%BF.
    I also have a stoburn chest, just hard to get it ripped, any tips on how to get my chest chissled??????

  2. fitnessman

    Cutting right?? At 205 you would want to go 10-12 calories per pound of bodyweight. Lets use 10 for an example. That will give you 2050 calories.
    Here is a basic outline of a serious cutting ratio:
    40% protien 55% fat 5% carbs
    Based on your weight:
    820 protien cals=205 grams
    1127.5 fat cals=125 grams
    102.5 carb cals=26 grams
    Okay, now the tricky stuff. I have found that the diet does vary by individual. Give 2 weeks and if you are losing a couple pounds a week those numbers are good for you. If not you will have to tweek the fat and protien levels so it best suits your metabolism.
    NOW THE BIG KEY:
    Post work out nutrition. Immediately after training have a shave with 30-40g carbs and 40 or so whey. The carbs do not count because after intense training they will be used. This will also help prevent the brain fog that can be common when starting a keto. Did mention THIS IS A BIG KEY!!
    Purchase some keto diasticks and test your urine from time to time to make sure you are staying in a mild state of ketosis.

  3. fitnessman

    I do not recommend a post work out shave..... I recommend a post work out SHAKE.......
    Of course if you need a shave, by all means do...

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