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  1. LH8540

    Hi all,
    Has anyone found after losing weight with 5:2 fasting that their metabolism is significantly lower than before? The New York Times just wrote a story where many scientists have confirmed that people who lose weight will have slower metabolisms than before: http://mobile.nytimes.com/2016/05/02/health/biggest-loser-weight-loss.html
    I do not want to lose weight from 5:2 only to find that my metabolism is slower than before and won’t be able to keep the weight off unless trying harder than I would have had to before doing 5:2.
    This article talks specifically about 5:2, and a researcher warns that 5:2 fast may slow your metabolism (4th paragraph from the bottom):
    http://mobile.nytimes.com/blogs/well/2016/03/07/intermittent-fasting-diets-are-gaining-acceptance/
    Please share your experiences if you have found your metabolism is slower.

  2. ANAIDE

    Take the test in BMI calculator, put your data and weight 300lb note the BMR, let’s that you lost weight 100lb and now with 200lb, see the BMR decreased.
    A person’s metabolism decreases as it weighs less. spends up more energy to move a heavy body,.
    As we have to correct thinning calculate the BMI calculator.

  3. K- Lo

    Anaide, yes, BMR decreases as weight decreases. What the article points out is that the Biggest Losers have BMR significantly lower that the average person at the same weight. And that is why they regain the weight. Not bad habits, not sloth, not anything that people can’t point fingers at. Through no fault of their own, they regain the weight because their metabolisms have slowed to a trickle, so to speak.

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http://www.nutritionforest.com/blood-... http://www.nutritionforest.com Nutrition Forest Blood Sugar Support Made with an superb blend of herbs and nutrients, Blood Sugar Support is formulated to help the body maintain healthy blood sugar levels that are in the normal range. The key herbs include Cinnamon, Gymnema Sylvestre, Banaba, Bitter Melon, and Guggul. Also added are effective amounts of Chromium Picolinate, Vitamin C and Vitamin E. The recommended dose is one capsule three times daily with meals. While eating a sugary snack, fruit, and carbohydrates, it breaks down into glucose (blood sugar) that is important for energy in your cells. In order to get into that glucose into your cells, your body produces insulin that acts like the key unlocking the door. Excess glucose can lead to diabetes but excess insulin or insulin resistance is a problem too. Unfortunately, most peoples blood sugar is not properly balanced. If youre getting too much glucose, it leads to high blood-sugar levels, which your body cant break down and stores as fat. Ironically, not getting enough sugar can also lead to putting on extra pounds! Eating too little glucose can lead to a low blood sugar level, cau

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There has been pretty good discussion going on here. I know I have expanded my knowledge a bit. One thing that to keep in mind as we have these discussion is respect for each other. The electronic medium can be difficult at times and sometimes what we are thinking we are getting across is not what is actually coming across. Lots of good discussion but there please try to refrain from getting personal or ridiculing someone for their belief or experiences. We have all heard the acronym YMMV. It applies and is true in every sense of the words! Lantus, Novolog, Metformin XR, Lipitor, Lopid, Lovaza, Topiramate, Lisinopril, and Zyrtec A1C: Feb '12: 6.2; Aug '12: 5.7; Nov '12: 5.9 Do you have an "old faithful" food or habit you can rely on to bring your high blood sugar down? Thank you for posting the foods and actions that have helped you bring your high blood sugar down. These are what you have found to be effective: Last edited by silverthaw; 11/27/12 at 09:49 AM. Interesting. I bet that scientific evidence is powerful. Which on a ketogenic diet - or I should say after effective keto-adaptation which could take longer than a few weeks - would be completely irrelevant. In this state, t Continue reading >>

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  1. Knowsunknown

    I mean, their pKA is significantly higher than water: 20 as compared to 15.7. Is it primarily the acetoacetate, whose pKa is 4.58? Doesn't that convert to acetone?

  2. pat000pat

    Acetoacetate does indeed react suddenly, but into acetone + CO2. Keeping that in mind, CO2 + H2O -> H2CO3 -> H+ + HCO3- will lower pH level.

  3. Help_Me_Im_Diene

    acetoacetate can also be converted to beta-Hydroxybutyric acid, with a pKa of 4.70, which will also contribute to lower pH levels

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Diabetes Forum The Global Diabetes Community Find support, ask questions and share your experiences. Join the community Can members tell me the difference between Physiological IR and Diabetic IR, please? TIA not sure I can explain this really well, but I will try. (Mind you I am just a lay person, so can't guarantee I understood this correctly.) Physiological insulin resistance occurs due to a low-carb diet. On a low-carb diet the body scales back the use of glucose for some of your body's functions and uses ketones instead (e.g. brain, muscles). Glucose is thus conserved for the most essential functions (such as producing red blood cells). This is why some people also refer to physiological insulin resistance as adaptive glucose sparing. Physiological insulin resistance can be reversed when we start eating a lot of carbs again. Diabetic insulin resistance, also known as pathological insulin resistance, occurs when insulin is ineffective or not fully effective at getting glucose into your cells. (Sometimes a lock and key analogy is used meaning that insulin is the key to get glucose into the cell, but it no longer fits the lock). So, cells actually are starving because they lack Continue reading >>

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  1. mspoller

    We all see DarthLuigi and clearly he can bulk while maintaining Keto. My question is for everyone else. I'm near my target weight, have been lifting for some time now, but have only been Keto for about 2 months. Once I hit my goal, it's time to bulk again. I'd like to try a Keto bulk, but, I'm doubting my ability to bulk the way I want on it. I am just curious about other's successes and or failures. Please share!
    EDIT: Thanks for all the great responses! Seems like some people have an easier time with a keto bulk compared to others. I will definitely attempt it. One of my problems with Keto in general is having a low tolerance for dairy. It can ruin my day if I eat too much, so heavy cream is likely out of the picture.

  2. tmeshleman

    Bulking on keto felt a bit more challenging for me, initially. Mostly because keto keeps me pretty darn full. Squeezing extra food in wasn't easy. The secret (for me anyway) was getting better at making desert. Heavy cream and coconut oil are high fat sources I leaned on when getting in the extra calories to actually eat at a surplus - after hitting the protein macro mark.
    Something I made so often my wife named it was "Power Pudding". 1/4 cup heavy cream 20g fat, 1 scoop protein powder 15-25g of protein depending on brand, and 1-2 tbsp peanut butter.
    Mix it all up in a bowl and it thickens very nicely. Quite delicious and very calorie dense. Works best with chocolate flavored protein, imo. I also bought an ice cream maker and made lots of ice cream during the late summer/fall to hit my calorie goal in order to gain. Heavy cream, almond milk, vanilla, sweetener (swerve, erythritol, IMO syrup) and flavoring in an ice cream make for 20 minutes and bam - instant calories that I'm almost never too full to eat.
    TLDR - to bulk on keto I had to embrace my inner fat kid and eat lots of desert.

  3. [deleted]

    Yup this - I have a slight variation of your desert, can't get over it.
    100g of full fat cream (40%, pretty damn thick), add a few oz of shredded coconut = delicious 600+kcal "yogurt". Doesn't mix too bad with some protein flavors too.

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