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  1. CyberJunglist

    Is Keto Dieting sustainable?

    I have read that Keto dieting brings diminishing returns and majority of people fall off the wagon without lasting a year. Are there long term Keto practitioners here? Is there any truth to the claims I have seen?

  2. and1_balla52

    Its very sustainable! It's not different then the people who stuff their face full of fruit,muffins,and granola bars, avoiding fat like the plague. It's their LIFESTYLE. Once you commit to a lifestyle, you're all in. Depending on your goals, you will be using different calorie and workout schemes, but could it be done forever? Why not? Ive been doing this for almost 4 years. There are others on here that are devoted ketoer's. It just makes us feel best. My mom thinks I belong on "Freaky Eaters" because of my love for fatty steaks pan fried in butter. I love this way of eating. If it works for me, then f what anyone else has to say. If people fall off the wagon, that's fine...happens ALL the time....I used to, until I realized what carbs did to my body, on every level. Psychologically and physiologically. So now, I just don't eat carbs. At all. A very different form of keto. But me personally, I am a carb addict. You wouldnt tell a coke head to ingest only a certain kind of coke from 5pm Friday night until Sunday at noon would you? It's just what works best for me. Keto is the best. I will never go back to a carb based diet. Was tlaking to a women I am dating, and we got to talking about weddings(lol, yeah...I know...) and we were talking about meals and cake, and she asked me, "Would you eat the cake at our wedding?" and I said NOPE! To me, stuff like that is just rubbish! Crap! I responded with a nice line..."All I want is a kiss from you, that's sweet enough" While imagining myself smashing a huge ribeye! Keto FTW!

  3. Blackjack68

    There are a few people on here that have passed up 10 yrs already, and I'm over 3 myself. We no longer keto to lose weight, we do it to stay healthy, and there's no such thing as "diminishing returns" regarding eating healthy. Young children with epilepsy have been kept in keto for years at a time and had no problems.

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Quickest Way to Flush Your BODY CLEAN of TOXINS. Help PREVENTS CANCER & REMOVE TOXIN from LIVER, COLON. On any given day, you may be exposed to any number of the 80,000-plus industrial chemicals in use today. Another 1,000 chemicals or so are introduced every year, according to Brenda Watson, a certified nutritional consultant and author of The Detox Strategy. These toxic substances lurk everywherein the air, water, household cleaners, perfumes, food and childrens toys. While the process of detox has its critics, natural health professionals extol its benefits for helping your body to expel toxins. Step 1 Reduce the amount of toxins you take in on a daily basis. Its self-defeating to do a detox if youre still taking in a significant amount of toxins, points out Peter Bennett, a naturopathic doctor and author of The Purification Plan. Switch to organic foods and beverages and drink filtered or distilled water. Avoid using products that contain toxins, such as household cleaners, inorganic cosmetics and perfumes, and avoid exposure to cigarette smoke or other airborne chemicals. Step 2 Eat about 30 to 40 grams of fiber daily. As Ann Louise Gittleman puts it in her book The Fast Track

Metabolic Acidosis Due To Drugs And Toxins Acidosis due to Drugs and Toxins Metabolic Acidosis due to Drugs and Toxins Several drugs and toxins have been implicated as direct or indirect causes of a high-anion gap metabolic acidosis (HAGMA). A consideration of these drugs needs to be included in an differential diagnosis of a HAGMA. The three most common ones to consider are methanol, ethylene glycol and salicylates. Other toxins which can cause acidosis are isopropyl alcohol and butoxyethanol. Toluene also causes an acidosis and the anion gap may be normal or elevated. * Initially no acid-base disorder due to long latent period while methanol is metabolised * Later, typically develop a high anion gap metabolic acidosis -due to formic acid * May also develop a respiratory acidosis secondary to CNS depression (with depression of respiratory centre and/or airway obstruction) * May occasionally present with normal anion gap acidosis if smaller ingestion * If patient is an alcoholic, there may other types of acidosis present as well (eg alcoholic ketoacidosis, starvation ketoacidosis, lactic acidosis, respiratory acidosis due aspiration, respiratory alkalosis due chronic liver disease.) Principles of Treatmen Continue reading >>

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  1. iamthewheat

    someone struck up a conversation with me just now when they saw my bag of Isopure, about the dangers of drinking it on non-work out days. I always only have 1 scoop with 1 cup of almond milk, on work out / non work out days alike but hadn't had any problems with it as of yet.
    Some quick research showed that when you take protein supplements (such as whey isolates) with a high protein diet it can raise the acidity of your urine which will lead to kidney stones and the like. But I couldn't find any other information that shows it's downsides.
    what are your thoughts/facts?
    Also, what is your general opinion on protein shakes on non-workout days in general?
    Trying to jump back on the keto train at full speed and want to make sure i'm not hurting my self in the process!

  2. ashsimmonds

    Plenty of stuff to sift through here:

  3. DrMcSir

    A lot of people like to talk about things they've heard and feel are true without doing any actual research. As long as you stick to your macros, you'll be fine.

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What is BASAL METABOLIC RATE? What does BASAL METABOLIC RATE mean? BASAL METABOLIC RATE meaning - BASAL METABOLIC RATE definition - BASAL METABOLIC RATE explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/... license. Basal metabolic rate (BMR) is the minimal rate of energy expenditure per unit time by endothermic animals at rest. It is reported in energy units per unit time ranging from watt (joule/second) to ml O2/min or joule per hour per kg body mass J/(hkg)). Proper measurement requires a strict set of criteria be met. These criteria include being in a physically and psychologically undisturbed state, in a thermally neutral environment, while in the post-absorptive state (i.e., not actively digesting food). In bradymetabolic animals, such as fish and reptiles, the equivalent term standard metabolic rate (SMR) is used. It follows the same criteria as BMR, but requires the documentation of the temperature at which the metabolic rate was measured. This makes BMR a variant of standard metabolic rate measurement that excludes the temperature data, a practice that has led to problems in defining "standard" rates of metabolism for many mamma

Drug-induced Metabolic Acidosis

Pharmacologically-Induced Metabolic Acidosis. Liamis G et al. Drug Saf 2010 May 1; 33:371-391. This somewhat wordy article is a complete review of drug-induced metabolic acidosis, and well worth reading for those interested in expanding their knowledge beyond the mnemonic MUDPILES or reviewing the 4 types of renal tubular acidosis. There is so much detail here that the paper is impossible to summarize, but here are some of its clinical pearls: Most of the patients who develop metformin-associated lactic acidosis had been taking the drug despite have a contraindication to its use, such as renal insufficiency or severe underlying disease. Antiviral therapy, especially nucleotide reverse transcriptase inhibitors, have been associated with life-threatening metabolic acidosis. Drugs implicated most often include didanosine, stavudine, and zidovudine. Linezolid impairs mitochondrial function and can cause metabolic acidosis, usually after prolonged therapy. The occurrence of metabolic acidosis in patients on propofol may herald onset of propofol infusion syndrome , which has a mortality rate of greater than 80%. Occult laxative abuse is on the differential diagnosis for a patient with u Continue reading >>

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  1. Bwisneski

    I've been keto for 1 month now and have only lost 6 pounds. I have gained about 3 pounds over that last 2weeks. So technically I've only lost 3pounds. I haven't measured my inches again yet but I'm not feeling like my clothes are fitting loser at all. I haven't been counting macros just keeping my carbs down to 20 per day. I have no idea how to figure the macros so I just keep trying to keep the carbs low is that why I'm not moving much in the direction I want? I do cardio at least 3x a week for 30 min or more. I do feel more energy but seem to not be losing. Ugh!

  2. Fiorella

    Glad to know you are feeling more energy!
    When doing keto for the first time, there are a few common traps/mistakes. From your post, you mention that you track carbs (which is great!). I didn't see a statement about tracking protein, though. There is a common mistake of eating too much protein, and not enough fat. A good target is 1 gram protein per kg lean body mass. Perhaps, this may be something that needs to be looked at?
    Here's a good compilation of advice for keto newbies. Maybe there is something else in here that may trigger more investigation:
    10 Things I Wish I’d Known Before Going Keto
    Tips from the Oldies
    1. The first month or two can be expensive As you change from a diet that is predominantly carbohydrate based to one that is 95% protein and good fats combined, it can be expensive. The cost of flour, rice, cereal and vegetable oil is significantly less than the cost of beef, pork, chicken, avocados and coconut oil. As you farewell the chips, margarine, crackers, bread and potatoes from the depths of your pantry and welcome in those gorgeous fatty cuts of meat, butter and cream your grocery b…

  3. Bwisneski

    Thank you so I guess it looks like I should be adhering to 42g of protein a day as well. What are the best healthy fats to get through the day?

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