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The Top 5 Keto Mistakes Shared By Jason Wittrock Of Bodybuilding.com

In this video, EAO Myoplex athlete, and spokesmodel of Bodybuilding.com, Jason Wittrock, shares what he believes are the Top 5 Mistakes people make starting out on the ketogenic diet. Are you struggling with the ketogenic diet? You can’t seem to get into ketosis, no matter how hard you’re trying? Don’t worry, it happens to many people. But, the answers to your problems are not as difficult as you may think. Small little changes and tweaks to what you eat can get you into ketosis quickly. When you hear the success stories of the ketogenic diet, you hear about fat seemingly just “melting” off of people’s bodies, sky-high energy levels, increased mental clarity & focus, and more. If you’ve been struggling to get into, or stay in, ketosis, you likely haven’t seen those effects…but you deserve to! Check out these Top 5 Keto Mistakes Jason shares in this video…You could be missing one little thing in your daily diet, habits, and routine. The Top 5 Keto Mistakes People Make You can see Jason’s original article on Bodybuilding.com, where he goes into more detail on each of these five points. 1. Being impatient with keto-adaptation Your body has been running on carbohy Continue reading >>

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  1. mikee5

    How much protein on keto??

    I am at 130 lbs, male, 24, 5'9. I know this seems like a particularly low weight but I have high BF% and wanna get leaner. I've read theories about protein consumption according to your weight, so that's 130g of protein? It seems pretty hard on only 20/30g of carbs a day and I hate drenching my food with fat (I make sure I get plenty, though). I don't want to be consuming too much protein and it turning to glucose, preventing me from becoming keto-adapted. I want the 'flu' symptoms to subside as soon as possible.
    I am runner so is 130g of protein too little? 1.5g of protein per lb would be 190g, that makes more sense. Any suggestions? Thanks.

  2. aaaaaaaaaachooo

    For your size, you don't need any more than 120g Protein/day when doing keto (that's a high number too)
    Eat that fat for energy!!!
    Here's an example of my grocery list:
    Peanut Butter
    Raw Almonds
    Raw Walnuts
    Raw Pecans
    Sunflower Seeds
    Flavored Almond Slices (for salads, in produce)
    Ranch Dressing
    Raw Spinach
    Broc****
    Romaine Lettuce
    Heavy Whipped Cream
    Almond Milk
    Shredded Cheese
    Beef
    Chicken
    Steak
    Ham
    Turkey
    Bacon
    Sausage
    Olive Oil
    Butter
    Eggs
    Slim Jims
    More Peanut Butter
    Lipton's Diet Green Tea
    Water, Water, Water

  3. Grifts

    Generally, people either go with 30% of caloric intake, 1 g/per lb of Lean body mass, or .82 g per/lb.
    aaaaachoo is spot in with 120 g being sufficient and perhaps a tad high.
    Protein requirements get higher the leaner you get, or the lower calorie you go.
    You say "I'm a runner" does that mean once a week, or every day, or what? Do you do marathons?

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A Complete Guide To The Keto Bodybuilding Diet

Looking for a low carb diet that still lets you build muscle? A keto bodybuilding diet may do the trick. Click here for our comprehensive ketogenic diet guide. Keyword(s): keto bodybuilding Are you looking to take your bodybuilding diet to the next level? Is it time for you to start pushing through those plateaus? The answer to the above may be yes, but the next question is the real killer. Are you hardcore enough to keep packing on the muscle while following a ketogenic diet? If the answer to that is yes, then stick with us, because we are about to take a look at the keto bodybuilding diet, and how you can keep yourself in a state of ketosis and still pack on the muscle. What is a Keto Bodybuilding Diet? Before we take a look at the diet itself, it is first important to understand what a keto diet really entails. Ketosis is a state that the body will enter when the consumption of carbohydrates is reduced, typically to be 50g a day, although if you are serious about getting the most of this diet, you might want to consider reducing that further, to 20g or less. Ketosis means that the body adapts to the low carb state and starts to burn fat instead. Carbs are what give us our energy Continue reading >>

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  1. Birchinio

    Confused about protein intake on Keto...

    Ok I've been doing keto for about 3 weeks. I've been working out on and off for about two years and for the next 6-8 weeks I've trying to lose the only visible fat I have (on my stomach). I decided to try keto after reading up on it.
    So far I've lost about 2-3lbs, which I'm happy with considering my BF% is around 17% and I don't have too much to lose. I'm confused now though and thinking I might not actually be in Ketosis because of my protein intake. With food + Whey protein shakes I consume on average 150-190g per day (I weigh 180lbs). I've started reading now that high protein on Keto is bad as it is converted into glucose and causes insulin spikes. Is this true?
    I don't want to cut the protein intake and lose muscle mass..
    Cliffs -
    On keto for 3 weeks,
    Worried my 150-180g of protein is kicking me out of Ketosis
    Don't want to cut down protein intake/lose muscle mass.
    Thanks.

  2. manlutbrah

    Originally Posted by Birchinio
    Ok I've been doing keto for about 3 weeks. I've been working out on and off for about two years and for the next 6-8 weeks I've trying to lose the only visible fat I have (on my stomach). I decided to try keto after reading up on it.
    So far I've lost about 2-3lbs, which I'm happy with considering my BF% is around 17% and I don't have too much to lose. I'm confused now though and thinking I might not actually be in Ketosis because of my protein intake. With food + Whey protein shakes I consume on average 150-190g per day (I weigh 180lbs). I've started reading now that high protein on Keto is bad as it is converted into glucose and causes insulin spikes. Is this true?
    I don't want to cut the protein intake and lose muscle mass..
    Cliffs -
    On keto for 3 weeks,
    Worried my 150-180g of protein is kicking me out of Ketosis
    Don't want to cut down protein intake/lose muscle mass.
    Thanks.

    How much do you weigh? How much calories are you eating per day ? What's your f/p/c caloric ratio atm? Can't really say without knowing these, also need to know your m9aintenance calories.
    If you eat too much protein and not enough fats then you won't enter ketosis at all

  3. startingKETO

    Originally Posted by Birchinio
    Ok I've been doing keto for about 3 weeks. I've been working out on and off for about two years and for the next 6-8 weeks I've trying to lose the only visible fat I have (on my stomach). I decided to try keto after reading up on it.
    So far I've lost about 2-3lbs, which I'm happy with considering my BF% is around 17% and I don't have too much to lose. I'm confused now though and thinking I might not actually be in Ketosis because of my protein intake. With food + Whey protein shakes I consume on average 150-190g per day (I weigh 180lbs). I've started reading now that high protein on Keto is bad as it is converted into glucose and causes insulin spikes. Is this true?
    I don't want to cut the protein intake and lose muscle mass..
    Cliffs -
    On keto for 3 weeks,
    Worried my 150-180g of protein is kicking me out of Ketosis
    Don't want to cut down protein intake/lose muscle mass.
    Thanks.

    You want to eat 1 gram per pound of lean body mass. 180 x .17 = 30 -> 180 - 30 = 150 grams of protein.
    Then 20-30 grams of carbs
    Fill the rest with fats
    Also, I think your 3-week loss is slightly low considering that the first week on keto I lost 5lbs of water weight alone (I started at 16-17% body fat). I would try to lower the protein slightly and up the fats so that the body aims to use fat for energy good luck!

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While conventional diets may be fine for the average person, they definitely don't work for bodybuilders. It takes an extraordinary nutrition plan to build an extraordinary physique. After lots of reading, research, and speculation (followed by more screwing up than you'd want to know about) I was finally able to derive a way of eating that not only works for bodybuilders, but works GREAT! Although I initially set out to find a diet that would maximize fat loss while preserving lean muscle tissue, I soon found that it works equally well to build muscle while minimizing fat gain. Let me reiterate that what I'm going to share with you is NOT just theoretical. It's well proven, even at the highest levels of bodybuilding – the IFBB Professional stage. Although you don't have to be a pro bodybuilder to reap the benefits, you will have to have some discipline and consistency. If you're the kind of person that likes to "wing it" when it comes to your diet, then the method I'll describe isn't for you. Regardless, anyone can benefit from the information I'm going to give you... if you actually apply it. To begin, let's look at the pros and cons of the traditional methods of dieting, becau Continue reading >>

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  1. itsjoseyvenom

    How much protein will kick you out of ketosis?

    Ketogenic diets call for 20% of calories for protein.
    I am 255 lbs and looking to start keto soon. Does that equate to about 120 grams of protein? Also, considering that I will be lifting weights for the majority of the week, isn't 20% protein too little?
    Thanks!

  2. danfleysher

    Ignore percentages on a keto diet and focus on hard numbers.
    Carbs: 30g NET
    Protein: 1g / lb of Lean Muscle Mass
    Fats: Rest of your calories

  3. kennycroxdale

    Originally Posted by danfleysher
    Ignore percentages on a keto diet and focus on hard numbers.

    Bad Advice
    The only definitive "Hard Number" is carbohydrates. It need to be 50 gram per day or less.
    Protein need to be between 15 to 25%.
    Fats need to be 65% or greater.
    Kenny Croxdale

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