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10 Tips For Getting Into Nutritional Ketosis For Weight Loss

10 Tips For Getting Into Nutritional Ketosis For Weight Loss What is Nutritional Ketosis? Ketosis is an eating plan where the body uses ketones to fuel the brain and body instead of glucose like most people use when on the SAD (standard American diet). It can be very helpful for blood sugar and consistent energy because fat is a very stable source of fuel. We all have a few million calories of fat we would gladly burn off, right? It takes a while to get into ketosis and it can be elusive if you are not paying close attention. It can be very safe for a period of time (even forever) but each person has to decide what feels compatible with their own lifestyle. Some experts do not think it is an optimal state for athletes but others experts disagree. I think we all have bio hack ourselves to see what feels right. Of course, I believe that the paleo template is good starting place for optimal health but ketosis can be an add-on or tweak for people who get stuck or feel hopeless. It can be a powerful and effective way to lose weight without hunger and many of my friends have had success with it. Always ask your doctor before beginning any new nutrition or weight loss plan. Here are some Continue reading >>

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  1. William F

    I am trying to get into a state of Ketosis right now been strict 85% Fat, and roughly 10% Protein, 5% or less Carbs. (for 4 days now)
    But if I went on a diet of 100% Fat would that induce Nutritional Ketosis faster?
    I am trying to get adapted as rapidly as possible. (Not a very patient person)
    Thanks for any and all information you all can give me.

  2. Kettlebelephant

    100% fat won't give enough glucose and ketones for your brain to function properly also how do you even plan to do that?
    Only drinking olive oil for a couple of days?

  3. Geoff Chafe

    What would you eat? Sticks of butter? Mmmm, butter.

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