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The Keto Diet: Is It Worth It?

It seems as though there’s always a new diet making waves in the fitness world. The Atkins Diet, the grapefruit diet, the South Beach Diet. It’s a neverending cycle of eat this, not that. But the only diets that really work are those that make an actual lifestyle change. Enter the Keto Diet. This is a way of eating that is really gaining steam … and for many, it’s one that works wonders. But what’s the deal? Is it all it’s cracked up to be? Take a look at the details involving this diet to determine whether it’s right for you. What is Keto? To be extremely short and basic, the Keto Diet involves drastically cutting carbohydrates and sticking to proteins and healthy fats. Proponents of this way of eating strive to put their body into ketosis. This happens when the body is starving for carbs, and turns to your fat reserves for energy. You may find that this eating plan involves mostly fats -- nuts, avocado, etc. -- and absolutely zero breads or heavy starches. What Are the Advantages? Those who partake in this way of eating claim many incredible benefits to the body and mind. The first and most often touted is that of weight loss. When people finally enter ketosis, they Continue reading >>

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  1. blueniamh

    Hey all,
    This is sort of a spin off from the fat-shaming thread, but I didn't want thread hijack with a 'hey...help me fix my diet' post . I've been off my diet for few weeks for various reasons, but I need to go back on it and I think it needs minor tweaking. I was low carbing for the purposes of getting into ketosis, but also keeping my diet low fat (and overall watching the calories)...which was getting kinda tricky if I'm going to be honest.
    I've been reading the debate back and forth about different styles of diet in the other thread and well...I'm confused, mainly about the role of ketosis. My understanding of ketosis comes from a introductory subject on nutrition that I took many years back and is something like this: The brain (and some other part of the body which I can't remember) essentially need carbohydrates for fuel. In the absence of enough carbohydrate, the body breaks down fat cells into ketones as a substitute fuel for the brain. The source of fat for this process can either come from the diet or from stored body fat.
    My main internal theory for keeping my diet both low in fat and low in carbs was that I would go into ketosis and because I wasn't eating very much dietary fat that my body would have to use stored fat to produce ketones thus getting bonus fat loss on top of maintaining a calorie deficit I guess. Some of the studies being put forth were that ketosis did not increase the amount of fat burned (ok...that's if I understood correctly, which might be iffy)...the one point of consensus seemed to be that ketogenic diets increase satiety (...and I was sitting there thinking 'well, if it's just a matter of controlling my appetite I'd really like to eat some lf flavoured yoghurt' ).
    What I'm essentially trying to work out is: if I have a diet that is low fat and maintains a certain number of calories...is that the same as having a diet that is low fat, maintains the same number of calories, but is also ketogenic (low carbs) in terms of weight loss or would I burn more fat under the second scenario? I feel like I'm missing something.

  2. Spacey47

    no diet of the same calorie level has any more benefit than any other it's about
    Energy in and out.
    If a certain diet helps you stick to a calorie deficit over another then consider it
    diet wise there is no metabolic advantage
    Imo humans evolved to eat the natural foodstuffs that grow on our planet get your calories from a balanced mixed diet
    and exercise...this is sustainable long term

  3. liv001

    You really would have to try this out on your body
    One thing is for sure a flavoured yogurt is not going to be your friend if you want to be in ketosis. They are flavoured with a loud of sugar and ketosis and sugar is not going to work
    I can answer this from an Atkins perspective (since Atkins is my kind of diet)
    The brain need glucose. In absence of enough carbs the body will break down protein to make the glucose.
    body needs energy - it usually gets a lot of energy from carbs. In absence of carbs it will break down fat through ketosis
    There is nothing wrong with eating fat. Not eating fat will not make ketosis change.
    You have to eat something and if you do not eat fat or carb you will have to eat protein. It may not be good to put your body through high amounts of protein - also it is believed the body can break down excess protein to create sugar and if that happens you may as well be eating carbs
    so you need to find your balance.
    Lost of stuff you can read about there about low carbing (I like to check the diet doctor's web site regularly, follow some of Jimmy Moore's podcasts - join a support group - because that helps)

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The Atkins Diet is a low-carb weight reduction diet that really works. To make progress in the Atkins Diet you must stick with the Atkins Diet Rules and Tips. Atkins Diet | Atkins Diet Rules | Atkins Diet Induction http://www.bloomedge.com/atkins-diet/ http://youtu.be/1tnCu_n_BDg Atkins Diet Rules - The Rules of Induction: 1)Eat either three regular size dinners a day or four to five little meals. Try not to skip meals or stay 6 hours without eating. 2)Eat a mix of fat and protein as poultry, fish, shellfish, eggs and red meat, and normal fat as margarine, mayonnaise, olive oil, safflower, sunflower and other vegetable oils. 3)Eat close to 20 grams a day of starches, no less than 12 15 grams of which must come as serving of mixed greens and different vegetables from the acceptable foods. 4)Do not eat organic product, bread, pasta, grains, boring vegetables or dairy items other than cheddar, cream or margarine. Try not to eat nuts or seeds in the initial two weeks. Food that contain protein and starches, for example, chickpeas, kidney beans and different vegetables, are not allowed right now. On the off chance that you feel you must eat bread or some other grain item, just high fiber low-carb items with 3 grams of Net Carbs or less per serving are permitted, and you can eat stand out serving a day. Be mindful that even that sum may moderate or slow down your advancement, and if that happens, drop the item instantly. 5)Eat only food on the Acceptable Foods list. 6)Adjust the amount you eat. When you're hungry, eat the sum that makes you feel fulfilled, however not stuffed. When you're not, eat a little controlled-sugar food to go hand in hand with your nutritious supplements. 7)Before eating, Check the carb number and be mindful that the law permits makers to round off if an item has less than 0.5 grams of any carb, so will appear as zero. The best way to recognize some partial carbs is to search for them in the fixings list, where they must be recorded in the event that they're added to an item, paying little respect to the sum. 8)Eat out as frequently as you wish however be wary for concealed carbs in sauces, sauces and dressings. Sauce is regularly made with flour or cornstarch, and sugar is in some cases a fixing in serving of mixed greens dressing. 9)Use sucralose or saccharin as a sweetener. Make sure to number every parcel of any of these as 1 gram of carbs, due to the fillers and building operators that are included. 10)Avoid a lot of espresso, tea and sodas that contain caffeine. Intemperate caffeine has been demonstrated to bring about low glucose, which can make you hunger for sugar. 11)Drink no less than eight 8-ounce glasses of water every day. 12)If you are constipated, blend a tablespoon or a greater amount of psyllium husks in a container or a greater amount of water and drink every day. Then again blend ground flaxseed into a shake or sprinkle wheat grain on a plate of mixed greens or vegetables. 13)At a base, take a decent day by day multivitamin with minerals, including potassium, magnesium and calcium, however without iron. Atkins Diet | Atkins Diet Rules | Atkins Diet Induction http://youtu.be/1tnCu_n_BDg Atkins Diet - Atkins Diet Explained and Atkins Diet Sample Menu https://youtu.be/rJCInGid0ms DASH DIET - Dash Diet 2015 https://youtu.be/009BugTP9sk PALEO DIET - Paleo Diet Explained http://youtu.be/3z5XWhFLfYU 25 Best Foods To Eat http://youtu.be/1B0zzc9JOV4 Diabetic diet - 5 Super Foods For Diabetic http://youtu.be/Wc1o_MOgrgs Healthy | Tips To Start A Healthy Lifestyle http://youtu.be/7G_ARxMuu_k Ketogenic Diet - Benefits of the Ketogenic Diet http://www.bloomedge.com/ketogenic-diet/ http://youtu.be/AZQONvnTmBE Detox Diet - How To Detox For Beginners http://www.bloomedge.com/detox-diet-h... http://youtu.be/_Eed9p-c8sQ Gestational Diabetes Diet http://youtu.be/RM-T1kiJvmM http://www.bloomedge.com/gestational-... Gestational Diabetes Symptoms http://youtu.be/f3cvPn654bI Social Networks: website: http://www.bloomedge.com blog: http://healthy-tv.blogspot.com/ twitter: http://twitter.com/Bloomedge_Mag Google +: http://plus.google.com/u/3/ Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/healthytv0550/

Ketosis, The Weight-loss Key To The Atkins Diet, Does Work, But At A Price

Robert Atkins’ contentious death cast doubt on his already-controversial namesake diet. But he was onto something, apparently, because aspects of his high-fat regimen live on. Ketosis, a low-carb eating plan, promises to make people really thin, really quickly. Going keto is now a fad diet of its very own — look how good LeBron James looks! — despite concerns about its safety. In the world of crash diets, instant gratification is king, and ketosis appears to deliver rapid weight loss at full speed. That is, if you’re willing to take the risks. Phase one of the Atkins Diet had banked on ketosis, the body’s so-called “fat-burning” mode, which seemed to live up to the hype. Under normal conditions, the body fuels itself by burning up carbohydrates, fats, and protein, in that order. That’s because the simple sugars contained in pasta, rice, and sugar are easier molecules to break down. But if your body has no linguine to digest and is desperate for game fuel, it has no choice but to burn up the fat you’ve got on hand (or on love handles). And isn’t that the weight-loss dream? But ketosis is so-named because going low-carb causes the liver to break down fats into mol Continue reading >>

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  1. Bwestmuscle

    Is Keto worth it??

    hey guys, im thinkin about using a keto program to eliminate carbs... but it says when u enter ketosis your body doesnt eliminate stored fat, but only dietary fat from foods inside your stomach... wouldnt it just be better to eat carbs and burn those instead? so they can help u maintain muscle?
    i dont understand which is a better option to get lean

  2. itsabouttimee

    Originally Posted by Bwestmuscle
    hey guys, im thinkin about using a keto program to eliminate carbs... but it says when u enter ketosis your body doesnt eliminate stored fat, but only dietary fat from foods inside your stomach... wouldnt it just be better to eat carbs and burn those instead? so they can help u maintain muscle?
    i dont understand which is a better option to get lean

    i rather live the rest of my life counting calorie etc then go on keto. because calorie diets are more flexible in the variety of food you get to eat. and for a diet to last it has to be a new lifestyle change that you can live with the rest of your life with.

  3. Gosha

    if you do keto, be 100% sure what you are doing
    you will never lose as much fat anymore than your first time keto, 2nd time keto your body knows whats going on lol
    btw milk contains carbs so be aware

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The Keto Diet – Is It Worth The Hype??

“Ketogenic diet” is the one of most trending weight loss diet this season…!! What is the ketogenic diet? The ketogenic diet is a high fat, low carbohydrate, controlled protein diet that has been used since the 1920s for the treatment of epilepsy and other morbid obesity treatments. The ketogenic diet is usually used as an alternative therapy for children with drug-resistant epilepsy but is also occasionally practiced in the management of some other health conditions. It is the first-line treatment for some metabolic disease and an alternative treatment for many other conditions. There are varying levels of evidence to support the use of the diet for these conditions. How does the diet work? The “keto” in a ketogenic diet comes from the fact that it makes the body produce small fuel molecules called “ketones”. Ketones are produced in the liver, from fat. They are then used as fuel throughout the body, including the brain. Usually the body uses glucose from carbohydrates for its energy source. It involves drastically reducing carbohydrate intake, and replacing it with fat. The reduction in carbs puts your body into a metabolic state called “Ketosis” When this happen Continue reading >>

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  1. Clinton M McCoy

    I guess almost anything is worth a try as long as it sticks to certain guidelines and you are informed on what you're doing, because everyone's body responds differently too different things. In my professional opinion I do not advise it. I would not advise any type of eating specifically for weight loss purposes unless it's for health reasons.

  2. Ronak Pattani

    It's worth a try to see if it works for you. However, things to consider:

    Calories still matter. Ketogenic diets mean eating lots of fat, fat has a lot of calories so if you eat too much fat, you won't lose weight. I made this mistake when doing keto.
    You might feel tired for the first few weeks whilst your body adapts to using fat for fuel.
    Your workouts might suffer.
    This is a restrictive diet, so might be hard to stick to.
    Keto is not a magic bullet, and carbs / insulin don't automatically mean fat gain.

    Have you tried a less restrictive eating regimen, but doing is consistently for week and months on end?

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