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Is Ketosis And Paleo The Same Thing?

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Which is the best weight loss diet? Ketogenic diet vs low carb diet vs atkins vs paleo? Which one of these meal plans is best to burn fat? FREE 6 Week Challenge: https://gravitychallenges.com/home65d... Fat Loss Calculator: http://bit.ly/2O70G4m Isn't the ketogenic diet and low carb diet essentially the same thing? How about Atkins and paleo aren't all of these diets just a fancy way of saying keep your carbs low. Well it's definitely safe to say that you are limiting your carb intake in all of these diet plans but each plan calls for a slightly different approach to burning fat. Most ketogenic diets require you to keep your carbs under 30 grams a day and the most carbs that I've ever seen on a keto plan was 50 grams a day. Usually this will account for 5% of your total daily intake. Then you would have somewhere between 75 to 80 percent of your calories from fat. And finally 15 to 20 percent of your calories from protein. With ketogenic it's clear that the carbs are very limited at only 5 percent per day and the reason why carbs are so limited is because the ketogenic diet is trying to put you into ketosis. To sum it up simply ketosis is a state in which you're going to burn more

Paleo-ketogenic Diet For Cfs – A Good Fit?

In my last few posts I looked at illnesses in the autoimmune spectrum that have started to have their microbiome studied. For each of them I used DataPunk.net to filter out good and bad things for correcting the shifts done. I then spot checked some of the things against the literature and discovered that the predictions of what could happen — frequently was found to help. The oddest one was that using diet-pop (versus regular pop) reduced the risk of Rheumatoid Arthritis was confirmed and matched the prediction that sugar substitutes helped correct/prevent this specific microbiome shift. At present I do believe that CFS is likely a mixture of different microbiome shift patterns. This comes from two things: the definition requires X of Y symptoms and symptoms are related to the microbiome shifts going thru many uBiome results — I see the commonality of low or no lactobacillus, bifidobacterium and e.coli (originally reported in 1998) but with all of the other bacteria genus being all over the place. We can shift microbiome patterns by diet. The problem is that the diet should match the microbiome shift desired. This means that any specific diet as a general recommendation to CFS Continue reading >>

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  1. Mary

    LCHF/Paleo/Atkins/Ketogenic Diets ?

    Okay, I haven't had time to research all of the ways of eating extensively and I know they're similar. Any diet/weight loss gurus that could put into a nutshell for me the main difference between the Atkins, Paleo, and Ketogenic diets? I'm not really seeing any differences offhand, yet I know there must be major differences since they're different programs. This is more out of interest than anything, as I am still going to eat LCHF. I just can't figure out how the Paleo is different from Atkins, and how it's different from Keto.
    Anyone with experience with different LCHF diet types out there? What's the main difference?

  2. foxl

    Paleo is (sometimes) dairy-free, and allows fruits and honey. Even bananas.
    Primal is a little more flexible than Paleo.
    LCHF is more-controlled, and deliberately seeks out fats.
    Atkins is staged stepwise, with increasing amounts of carbs in each step.
    I draw on recipes from all 4 ways of eating, and I am an ovo-lacto vegetarian. I agree it is confusing, and in addition there are those who follow the letter but not the spirit of the rules, in each case. I consider myself a more-pragmatic version of LCHF -- add that "meatless in there, and I gotta be!

  3. Patdart

    I too use recipes from both Paleo, but mainly eat a WOE based on Atkins Induction with more fat since I reached goals as that was about when I learned about it. And got the Induction till learned! For maintenance it has worked it pretty well for me. It is pretty simple and I needed that in the beginning!

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Paleo Vs. Vegan Diet — The Pros & Cons

[Below is my transcript of my video about the Paleo vs. vegan diet, along with supplemental information on the topic.] In this video, I’m going to settle the debate of Paleo vs. vegan diet, and really go over all the benefits of going Paleo and maybe some of the cons. While I don’t eat a Paleo diet, it’s close … and I’ll explain why. I’m also going to discuss the vegan diet, its great benefits as well as the cons of going that way. Many people ask if they should become a vegan or vegetarian, so I will weigh in. I think that some of these answers are probably going to surprise you and enlighten you on those two diets. The Paleo Diet So let’s first talk about the Paleo diet, one of the most popular diets in CrossFit workout circles and, really, just growing around the country. The Paleo diet is modeled after what our ancient (specifically, Paleolithic) ancestors would have eaten thousands upon thousands of years ago. And while I don’t actually love the term, Paleo, because of some of its background and the things it’s suggesting, I do think the Paleo concept of going grain-free can be greatly beneficial. The Paleo concept is essentially thinking about what would a h Continue reading >>

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  1. Mary

    LCHF/Paleo/Atkins/Ketogenic Diets ?

    Okay, I haven't had time to research all of the ways of eating extensively and I know they're similar. Any diet/weight loss gurus that could put into a nutshell for me the main difference between the Atkins, Paleo, and Ketogenic diets? I'm not really seeing any differences offhand, yet I know there must be major differences since they're different programs. This is more out of interest than anything, as I am still going to eat LCHF. I just can't figure out how the Paleo is different from Atkins, and how it's different from Keto.
    Anyone with experience with different LCHF diet types out there? What's the main difference?

  2. foxl

    Paleo is (sometimes) dairy-free, and allows fruits and honey. Even bananas.
    Primal is a little more flexible than Paleo.
    LCHF is more-controlled, and deliberately seeks out fats.
    Atkins is staged stepwise, with increasing amounts of carbs in each step.
    I draw on recipes from all 4 ways of eating, and I am an ovo-lacto vegetarian. I agree it is confusing, and in addition there are those who follow the letter but not the spirit of the rules, in each case. I consider myself a more-pragmatic version of LCHF -- add that "meatless in there, and I gotta be!

  3. Patdart

    I too use recipes from both Paleo, but mainly eat a WOE based on Atkins Induction with more fat since I reached goals as that was about when I learned about it. And got the Induction till learned! For maintenance it has worked it pretty well for me. It is pretty simple and I needed that in the beginning!

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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

Paleo Keto Diet

Tweet The paleolithic ketogenic diet has been shown to be effective in the treatment of people with diabetes as well as a number of other health conditions. The paleo keto diet made headlines in 2015 when a case study was published by Hungarian researchers showing that the diet helped to delay children with new-onset type 1 diabetes from moving onto insulin injections. The diet, which is very low in carbohydrate and designed to reduce inflammation, has also been shown to be effective in treating type 2 diabetes and a number of other long-term health conditions. What is the paleo keto diet? The paleo keto diet is a modified version of the ketogenic diet, with a fat:protein ratio of nearly 2:1. The concept is that the diet combines the advantages of the paleo diet and the classic ketogenic diet, helping to lower the body’s demand for insulin. Subjects generally eat only animal meat, fat, offal and eggs and only limited amount of plant foods . How does a paleo keto diet work? The paleo keto diet works by first inducing sustained ketosis. This occurs when the body burns fat at a faster rate, leading to the production of ketone bodies. During ketosis, the body relies on fatty acids an Continue reading >>

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  1. leelanau

    I realized over the last few months, that I had been unintentionally restricting fat, so I started adding. Low and behold... I started losing weight after a three month stall.
    My question is the comparison between LCHF and Keto. The basic seems to be you need to be in ketosis with both, but in Keto you also count/track calories? Is that a simplistic assessment?
    Does anyone have experience with both diets, and if so, can you share your results? I've been tracking in My PLAN for a few weeks, and will continue, as I also noted I rarely eat over 1400 calories. Trying to figure out if I should up the fat, or stay the course now that I'm slowly dropping again.
    Thanks!

  2. GRB5111

    Right, I've been in both, and it's almost like the difference between succulents and cacti. Nearly all cacti are succulents, but not all succulents are cacti.
    Eating ketogenic is eating LCHF; however, it's a very controlled form of LCHF in that you must keep your daily carb intake low to transition into ketosis. General rule of thumb is to keep your carb intake below 50 grams per day. Some stay much lower, say <20 or <10 grams per day because it works better for them. What works better? Being in ketosis, which is the goal for a ketogenic WOE.
    LCHF is a WOE where you can be in ketosis or not depending on how you limit daily carbs. So LCFH is like a succulent, and ketogenic is like a cacti in that being in ketosis is always LCHF and moderate protein.
    I've been LCHF for over 10 years, but became more strict with my carb intake last spring and eliminated all grains and maintained a daily carb intake around or below 5-15 grams per day. That enabled me to transition into ketosis, and the result was a much faster weight loss, clearer thinking, better moods, and an increase in general overall feeling of health. So, I practice the ketogenic approach, and it's become my standard WOE.
    My stats represent the time period when I started the ketogenic approach, and my daily macros are approximately 70% fat, 20% protein, and 10% carbs. Adding fat was important, but keeping carbs low was also a big factor for me. I get most of my carbs from vegetables like broccoli, cauliflower, brussels sprouts, salads, and sometimes nuts. I stay away from all fruit, grains, and starch foods like root vegetables, beans, and legumes. It works for me.

  3. Nancy LC

    Trying to figure out why LCHF isn't ketogenic. It generally is. Do you mean LCLF?

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