Lactic Acidosis Treatment Diet

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How To Avoid Lactic Acidosis

Drink espresso before workouts and eat white rice after exercise to avoid lactic acidosis. Paula Quinene is an Expert/Talent, Writer and Content Evaluator for Demand Media, with more than 1,500 articles published primarily in health, fitness and nutrition. She has been an avid weight trainer and runner since 1988. She has worked in the fitness industry since 1990. She graduated with a Bachelor's in exercise science from the University of Oregon and continues to train clients as an ACSM-Certified Health Fitness Specialist. Fill up on caffeine and plenty of carbohydrates to avoid lactic acidosis or the increase in acidity inside your muscle cells. High-intensity training adaptations also help you avoid lactic acidosis at the same levels of intensity. When you exercise at high intensities, your muscle cells use primarily glucose and glycogen to fuel your exercise. The byproduct of using glucose and glycogen without oxygen, or anaerobic metabolism, is lactic acid. This raises the concentration of hydrogen molecules inside your cells, increasing the acidity. If you eat and exercise properly to reduce the effects of glucose metabolism, you can avoid lactic acidosis. Engage in a regular Continue reading >>

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  1. Garciabyron218

    Has anyone successfully reintroduced carbs back into their diet and didn't gain back all the weight. I'm just curious, I'm down 40 lbs and debating wether I can introduce carbs back and stay healthy, I know carbs got me fat but I want to see if I can discipline myself to not spiral out of control . I ask cuz I am a church musician, I travel a lot and play gigs everywhere. Sometimes pastors like to take us out to eat and it's hard especially when Hispanic food include bread and tortillas and such . I'm not looking to binge on carbs but eat "regular" without gaining the 40lbs I've lost plus more. Any stories or experiences you guys have?

  2. anbeav

    Yes, people have. Many people transition to a paleo-type approach focusing on complex carbs from vegetables and certain grains. It works for many but if you are the type who has a slippery slope type relationship with carbs be careful and I would really stick to complex carbs and so things like bread and tortillas might be problematic as you never read stories of people falling off the wagon when eating bulgur, it's always simple carbs like bread, tortillas, rice, cake, etc. However, if you can incorporate these foods and maintain a higher carb but still lower carb diet and eat at maintenance you shouldn't regain weight though eating at mainteinance often becomes difficult given the hormonal changes.

  3. Nora_Oie

    Eating at maintenance TDEE has got to be key.
    I am very afraid of that slippery slope, though.

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