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Zero Carb and VLC/Ketogenic - A Lethal Recipe for Disaster Author Topic: Zero Carb and VLC/Ketogenic - A Lethal Recipe for Disaster (Read 53714 times) 0 Members and 2 Guests are viewing this topic. Zero Carb and VLC/Ketogenic - A Lethal Recipe for Disaster Chronic Zero Carb, Very Low Carb and Ketogenic diets are even worse than I realized. They are only useful in the short term, and no one knows how long is too long. Some people are developing serious, life-threatening autoimmune diseases while staying on them. Some of the early symptoms are cold fingers, low morning oral or axillary body temperature, and sensitivities to various foods. Don't let it progress into autoimmunity. If you are following a zero carb or very-low-carb (also called "ketogenic) raw or cooked Paleo diet (I'll define VLC as roughly below 20% of calories), including a thing called the "Autoimmune Protocol", or an elimination diet recommended by a Naturopath that unfortunately turned out to be ketogenic and low in resistant starch, then you, like me, have been misled (probably in part by ignorant Paleo and LC "experts" who don't know what they're talking about). It's not safe, much less ideal. I don't have time Continue reading >>

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  1. rissimo

    I thought this might help in understanding Ketosis.

    I thought this might help in understanding Ketosis.
    How does it work?
    Ideal Protein works by putting you in a “fat burning state”. This is more technically known as ketosis. Ketosis is a stage of metabolism where your body has depleted the reserves of its main form of energy – glycogen. Once those reserves are gone, your liver will being breaking down stored fat in the body for use as energy. Breaking down the fat yields fatty acids and three types of ketone bodies (hence, the name ketosis). The ketones are then burned by the cells in your body as an alternative fuel.
    Getting Into Ketosis
    Arguably, the worst part of being on the program is getting into ketosis. Our bodies have done what they’ve always done for millions of years – they’ve adapted to life as they know it. Our lives have led to us being overweight by indulging in bad foods in bad quantities. Our bodies are now used to that type of existence. Introducing a new nutritional paradigm (ketosis) to our bodies will necessitate it’s adapting to the new condition. This adaptation is stressful for the body and we will feel the effects.
    First, your body will notice a dramatic drop in caloric intake at first. We’ve gotten our bodies used to abundant calories and carbohydrates for long periods of time or to an up and down pattern of calories/carbs which our bodies see as “feast or famine”. Either way, when we take the calories/carbs away, our bodies will react:

    Hunger – you’re going to feel hunger because your body is used to having more than it has now. Not a typical for dieting in general.

    Fatigue – you’re taking in dramatically less fuel (food) than you used to and your body will probably try to compensate by getting you to slow down your expenditure of energy. It does this by decreasing your metabolic rate. This can make you feel tired, even dizzy. It’s a type of warning that your body’s giving you saying “if you don’t get some food, I’m going to start burning fat!”

    Headache – some report headaches associated with “carbohydrate withdrawl”. Whether it’s truly withdrawl or not, I don’t know. However, it certainly seems that way to those who suffer its effects. The typical headache relief methods (ibuprofen, acetaminophen, aspirin) are allowable while on IP, however your stomach may seem more sensitive to them because it’s no longer loaded with food. Try to use such products soon after having a meal and drink plenty of water.

    Irritability – when your hungry, tired and/or have a headache…you can be understandably irritable. Try to keep in mind that you may be more inclined to react negatively to things during this short time and don’t go off on those who don’t deserve it. The good news is that this transition generally lasts only 3-5 days. Once you’re in ketosis, you’ll feel a difference in your energy level. It will go up significantly as your body begins to enjoy having an alternative fuel source – ketones!
    Being in Ketosis
    As the ketones pervade your bloodstream to supply the cells with energy, your state of ketosis begins to manifest some side effects. Some of those side effects are disquieting, but they’re not bad for you. Ketones will show up in your urine, which are sometimes able to be detected with Ketostix, but the state of ketosis that IP evokes is so mild that often such tests won’t show a positive result on the Ketosix.One of the three types of ketones is permeable to the lungs and can pass from the blood through the lung walls and becomes incorporated into your exhalations, the same way that carbon dioxide passes out of the body. This can cause “ketosis breath” and a slight metallic taste in the mouth. This is unpleasant, but can be easily overcome with frequent brushing of teeth (a few times a day) and sugarless gum/mints.
    Menses can also be affected while in ketosis. Your cycle may be disrupted or cease all together. While this is an odd occurrence for a woman, it is not completely unexpected while in this state.
    You may occasionally feel hunger while in ketosis, but it should be more mild than normal. Since you’re eating every few hours, you shouldn’t feel that gnawing sensation associated with hunger prior to being in ketosis. As your body adapts to the new circumstances, it may even develop an internal clock that will make you mildly hungry right around meal time. For some, there is no hunger at all and people need to remember or even be reminded that they need to eat! Another side effect for some is an increased sensitivity to cold. Hands and feet can be particularly effected. I am normally very hot blooded, yet my hands and feet became ice cold when in ketosis. Hot drinks (tea, coffee, IP cocoa/chai tea/mocha/cappuccino), sweaters, heat packs, etc can all help with this.
    Breaking Ketosis
    Staying in ketosis revolves around keeping your body from getting excess carbohydrates. If your body comes to the conclusion that there are enough
    carbohydrates available to use as its main fuel source, it will end the ketosis state and resume using carbohydrates. This crash out of ketosis has some side effects as well:

    Hunger – your body will assume that since you’re getting enough carbs to end ketosis, there must be ample food available. Coming out of ketosis and having food available is exactly the type of situation that the body has adapted for over the millennia - “Feast or Famine”. Now, it sees it as a time to feast so that you can replenish the glycogen that you depleated while getting into ketosis. That replenishment requires more fuel – more food! Therefore, your body tells you to eat, eat and eat. You’ll be almost insatiably hungry.

    Immediate and dramatic weight gain – As your body restores its glycogen, you’regaining weight…quickly. Several pounds in a period of a couple days is not uncommon.
    Resuming Ketosis
    If you fall out of ketosis for some reason, the best thing to do is to start working to get right back in it. Follow the program as if you didn’t do anything to fall out. If you “cheated” and had a candy bar or a hoagie or whatever, resume the program as if you hadn’t had it at all. Keep on your meal schedule. Don’t abandon the day, weekend or week by just giving up on it because you’ve “screwed it up”. Just get right back into the program immediately. Doing this helps to significantly reduce the amount of time it takes to get back into ketosis. The longer you stay out of ketosis, the longer it takes to get back into it. So, hop right back on the wagon!

  2. LSJ100

    Great information - thank you!

  3. lmlittle

    Thanks! That was great information.

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Cold Hands? - Low Carb Friends

Are cold hands common in LC? I read a bit through google search that it is but I can't see why. When I slip and drop out of ketosis I know that I'm back in because I get cold feet at bedtime. I've noticed my fingers will get cold easily too but my biggest problem is frozen feet at night. I've kind of chalked it up to a combination of eating very low carb and my hormones being out of whack. "The reason we are scared of cholesterol and fat has to do with the fact that there are drugs to lower cholesterol [$29 BILLION/year industry] and 50 percent of what we grow in America is now either corn or soy, which can easily be manufactured into low-fat products." Dr. Cate Shanahan (from "Cholesterol Clarity" by J. Moore & E. Westman) I don't know WM, but am sure glad to see you! I am not what I ought to be, I am not what I want to be, I am not what I hope to be, but by the grace of God, I am not what I once was". Reminder to myself: share the grace I have been so freely given. For Cynthia: I need food to fuel my body, not my emotions! I don't know WM, but am sure glad to see you! I believe cold extremities are common on any weight loss program. "The energy content of food (calories) matters Continue reading >>

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  1. dalejr8fan

    Ever since starting Atkins (Saturday - 3/13), my hands and feet are always cold. No matter what I do, I can't seem to get them warm. I wear two or three pairs of socks and they're still like ice. I've even put my gloves on in the house hoping to warm them up. I do live in a cold area (Michigan), but I've lived here my entire life, so cold weather isn't something new (plus, it's not been THAT cold really). In an effort to get my hands and feet warm, I'm roasting the rest of my family out of our home.
    Has anyone else experienced this? Is it normal? Or something I should possibly call my doctor about?
    Thanks!
    Brandee ~

  2. NOGAINHERE

    ya klnow I've had cold hands and feet a lot lately too. :?

  3. cmcole

    I heard lots of people say they were cold.
    It happens occasionally to me.
    I keep wondering if I'm eating enough fat or protein that day.
    Today is bad.
    My breakfast was spoiled on the way to work (I carry it in a container and nuke it once I've arrived). It spilled all over my backpack.
    Anyway, I ended up mixing up a shake (happened to have a package that my hubby had purchased for me - just coincidental).
    So, I haven't eaten anything substantial today, and I'm finding I'm cold. My fingers and toes are really like ice today. I still think my original theory is valid - I haven't eaten anything to burn off, creating heat.
    Other times, I'm fine. Other "cold" triggers are hunger or tiredness, for me. I notice it both times. So, perhaps it's more my body talking to me, than the real temperature outside my clothes.

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Thyroid Technique for Cold Hands and Feet Our Educational Content is Not Meant or Intended for Medical Advice or Treatment Thyroid Technique For Cold Hands and Feet Using acupressure to the thyroid, works lower cold hands and feet like 50 percentage of the time. You can do it to yourself or have someone else do it. If it doesnt work it could be coming from another source and there are many other causes of cold hands or feet. 1. The first thing you want to do is rate how cold their feet or hands are from 1 through 10. 10 being very hot and 1 being very, very cold. 2. You can put your hand on their forehead and press in the lower part of their neck with your other hand (watch video for accuracy). 3. If it is a little sore in the area, touch the area lightly. Then you are going to hold your hands on there lower neck for just a few minutes.You are going to feel a little resistance while adding pressure in the area of the lower neck. 4. While your doing this, you should ask the person when is the rate, they picked earlier, is going up. As the number goes up the hands become warmer. 5. Keep applying pressure until the number is at a 9. If the rate is going up too slow, you might want to Continue reading >>

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  1. Drumroll

    Whenever I hit ketosis, my body temperature seems to drop. It has nothing to do with fasting specifically, but just the general state of ketogenesis. I can fast for 24 hours after a reefed and still not be in ketosis and body temp is normal. Or I can eat a high fat meal and enter into ketosis, and bam, body temp drops.
    When I'm in ketosis, I get cold all over. Not, like, unbearably so, but it's definitely noticeable. I've noticed this for a while, and it seems to be a pretty reliable indicator.
    Am I the only one that has noticed this? I wonder if it means anything.

  2. 2ndChance

    I notice it, too. I get goosebumps, I've been wondering if maybe they have something to do with fat cells emptying out fat for energy?

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    Originally posted by 2ndChance
    I notice it, too. I get goosebumps, I've been wondering if maybe they have something to do with fat cells emptying out fat for energy? Possibly. I was also thinking that the reduction of fat cells means less "insulation" on your body. But then, I'm pretty skinny, so if that were true, I'd be cold all the time, and it just seems to be when I'm in ketosis.

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