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Dangerous Signs You’re Consuming Too Much Sugar -MUST WATCH!Warning Signs of Eating Too Much Sugar Thanks For Watching This Video: Dangerous Signs You’re Consuming Too Much Sugar -MUST WATCH!Warning Signs of Eating Too Much Sugar : https://youtu.be/zOekKLZA318 Don't forget to Subscribe for updates: https://goo.gl/WqO5fo Did you know that sweet foods are the most damaging substances that you can ingest. What’s more terrifying about it is that it’s just so abundant in our everyday diet. Have you become a sugar addict? Here are warning signs you’re eating too much sugar. 1. Tiredness & Lack of energy A constant feeling of tiredness or fatigue is one of the biggest signs you’ve got too much sugar in your diet. High-sugar foods will first give you a big carbohydrate boost and temporarily lend a feeling of increased energy, then a crash will come afterward. 2. Sugar/Carb Cravings Sugar consumption can create a chain reaction of sugar cravings because it is so sweetly addictive. If you hear the carbs calling your name with every move you make, you could be in the throes of a deep sugar addiction. 3. Frequent colds & flu Consumption of too much sugar can weaken your immune system, making your body’s natural ability to fight off colds, flu viruses, and even chronic disease weaker than it would be if you avoided foods with added sugars. 4. Anxiety or depression Once sugar’s energy-boosting effects have worn off, the physical fatigue of the “sugar crash” may be accompanied by psychological fatigue. 5. Skin and feet problems Sugar has an inflammatory effect on the body when it is eaten, so it can also contribute to inflammatory skin problems. 6. Weight problems The human body is set up to accommodate a limited amount of sugar. When the body has had its fill and the sugar keeps pouring in, the sugar calories end up being converted to and stored as body fat. 7. High blood pressure Blood pressure problems may not be due to the sodium in your diet, but rather, to the sugar in your diet. 8. Dental issues Sugar likes to work its way into the nooks and crannies in your teeth, where it can rot away tooth enamel and infiltrate your teeth, causing painful dental problems. 9. Diabetes Eating too much sugar or sugary foods can cause weight gain, and weight gain can increase your risk for developing type II diabetes. 10. Heart problems A sugary diet has the potential to wreak havoc on the heart. Source: https://www.beautyandhealthremedies.c... ⇒⇒Find Us on Social Media⇒⇒ ☛ Blog: https://goo.gl/KSoh4r ☛ Facebook: https://goo.gl/o5rRal ☛ Twitter: https://goo.gl/AJrrWw ☛ Pinterest: https://goo.gl/8FMHVd ☛ Vk: https://goo.gl/RMWwcI ☛ Google Plus: https://goo.gl/rxXvqP ►► Our Next Video: 15 Terrible Things That Can Happen If You Eat Too Much Sugar,Eating A Lot Of Sugar You Won't Believe What Happens To Your Body,How sugar affects the brain ⇒⇒ Our Top Videos:⇒⇒ ✓ Get your nipple pierced: https://goo.gl/Wa4P6m ✓ Breast Rash Care Tips: https://goo.gl/bn7Z7u ✓ It Made The Doctors Speechless : https://goo.gl/7PGPRD ✓ How to wash your vagina safely: https://goo.gl/fgyzpD ✓ How to make a headache go away fast without medicine : https://goo.gl/atfouX ⇒⇒ Favorite Videos:⇒⇒ ☞ 7 Warning Signs To Know You're Eating Too Much Sugar: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PGRlh... ☞ 8 Alarming Signs You’re Eating Too Much Sugar!: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FeVr3... ☞ This Is What Happens When You Drink a Coffee on an Empty Stomach | Natural Cures: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z3FTk... ☞ 9 Signs You Are Eating Too Much Sugar | Natural Cures: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=On97h... ☞ Do You Know That You Are Eating Too Much Sugar? Find Out It’s 7 Signs Here!:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oE5Mq... Thanks For Watching This Video: Dangerous Signs You’re Consuming Too Much Sugar -MUST WATCH!Warning Signs of Eating Too Much Sugar : https://youtu.be/zOekKLZA318 Don't forget to Subscribe for updates: https://goo.gl/WqO5fo

10 Signs And Symptoms That You're In Ketosis

The ketogenic diet is a popular, effective way to lose weight and improve health. When followed correctly, this low-carb, high-fat diet will raise blood ketone levels. These provide a new fuel source for your cells, and cause most of the unique health benefits of this diet (1, 2, 3). On a ketogenic diet, your body undergoes many biological adaptions, including a reduction in insulin and increased fat breakdown. When this happens, your liver starts producing large amounts of ketones to supply energy for your brain. However, it can often be hard to know whether you're "in ketosis" or not. Here are 10 common signs and symptoms of ketosis, both positive and negative. People often report bad breath once they reach full ketosis. It's actually a common side effect. Many people on ketogenic diets and similar diets, such as the Atkins diet, report that their breath takes on a fruity smell. This is caused by elevated ketone levels. The specific culprit is acetone, a ketone that exits the body in your urine and breath (4). While this breath may be less than ideal for your social life, it can be a positive sign for your diet. Many ketogenic dieters brush their teeth several times per day, or u Continue reading >>

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  1. iwiggy58

    How quickly can you kick yourself OUT of ketosis?

    I am just starting week 3 . I have been OP totally. One thing that keeps me from cheating is the fear that I will kick myself out of ketosis. What amount of non program food would it take to throw you out of ketosis? And does a person start all over and have to go thru the headaches and trauma that happen that first week? I have heard several people go off program while on vacation and start back up again later. Is it like having to start all over again???

  2. mompattie

    It would take prob more than 40-50 carbs to kick you out of ketosis. Some can handle more carbs. But it's a slippery slope. Yes, you have to go through all the symptoms to get back in. And 3-5 days worth of food and time and money. It's like a weeks worth of money and time gone. Not worth it.

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    It would take prob more than 40-50 carbs to kick you out of ketosis. Some can handle more carbs. But it's a slippery slope. Yes, you have to go through all the symptoms to get back in. And 3-5 days worth of food and time and money. It's like a weeks worth of money and time gone. Not worth it. I know a few times that I've had things I shouldn't, the next day or two I was starving, had cravings etc. so I think I kicked myself out of ketosis. They weren't big cheats but I think we're so close to the limit if you have a restricted item a day. I was "perusing" the Atkins site for some of their carb counts etc. and they start with 12-15g net carbs (carb-fibre) on their phase one and then add 5g netcarbs per week or something.

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Subscribe for more Body Mind Empowerment content: https://goo.gl/TSDCuv Keto and Stress are two things that dont match very well together. In fact, being stressed out is probably ruining your ketogenic diet and stalling all your attempts of getting into ketosis. Periodic bouts of stress are actually beneficial and even needed. The problem is that in our modern world, were exposed to too many stressors too frequently. When cortisol is elevated, glucose is released into the bloodstream. What follows are higher levels of insulin as well. As blood glucose goes up, ketones go down and vice versa. Raising insulin will stop fat burning and keto-adaptation for the coming few hours, potentially even days. This video explains to you why this is so and what you can do to prevent it. Get your free e-book Simple Keto: http://www.siimland.com/get-simple-keto/ Get the SIMPLE KETO Video Course for 90% OFF (100 LEFT): https://www.udemy.com/simple-keto-sta... Intermittent Fasting and Keto Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iXsRD... Subscribe for videos on becoming superhuman: https://goo.gl/TSDCuv Join my Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/bodym... Disclaimer I do not own any of the video clips used in this video. The legal rights belong to the legal copyright holders of said content. I have used them under the 'fair use' policy and have done so for entertainment and educational purposes only. Follow me on social media: Blog: http://siimland.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thesiimland/ My Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/bodym... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/siimland/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/inthevanguard Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/siimland/

Why You’re Not In Ketosis

As the COO of Diet Doctor and low-carb enthusiast for years, you would have thought I’d nailed ketosis years ago. I haven’t, and here’s why. Am I still in ketosis? To get into ketosis, the most important thing is to eat maximum 20 grams of digestible carbs per day. When I went low carb in 2012, I followed that advice to the letter – replacing all high-carb foods like potatoes, bread, rice, pasta, legumes, fruit, juice, soda, and candy, with eggs, dairy, meat, vegetables, fats and berries – counting every carb I consumed. I felt great – effortless weight loss, no stomach issues, tons of energy and inspiration. But over time, something changed – I no longer felt as great as I used to. Until recently, I had no idea why. The journey to find out started with a simple question: Am I still in ketosis? The moment of truth At a Diet Doctor dinner a while ago, our CTO, Johan, gently challenged me. “Bjarte, you’re eating quite a lot of protein. Have you measured your ketones lately?”. “No”, I said, feeling slightly defensive, “I’ve never measured my ketones. Should I?”. It was wake-up time. Johan and I grabbed two blood-ketone meters from a dusty drawer, pricked Continue reading >>

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  1. Melissa_Carver

    Hi all! I’m new here and to ketosis, 10 days in and feeling great!
    So I was listening to the 2 Keto Dudes episode on sweeteners and they were talking about how one sweetener or the other would “knock them out of ketosis.” How do you know when you’ve been knocked out of ketosis? Is it a blood sugar thing? Or are you using a ketone tester (blood/breath/urine strip) to verify?
    (Note: I’m T1D, 25 years now, diagnosed as a kid. I just started wearing my CGM again today to try to level off the blood sugars and adjust my basal rate in my insulin pump as needed. If I can tell by blood sugar if I’m knocked out of ketosis that would perfect and so easy for me!)

    Thanks in advance everyone!

  2. Ernest

    Most likely from experimentation to test tolerance.
    I did a protein tolerance experiment and I’d test my ketone readings, using the Precision Xtra, a few times after eating a large amount of protein .
    I bet one could do the same experiment with sweeteners.

  3. Rian

    There are a few sure ways to know if you are in ketosis. In my opinion the most reliable and easiest way is to acquire a blood ketone test meter. Many people here like the Abbott Precision Xtra. The strips to test ketones are a few bucks each but if you try eBay you can usually get them a little cheaper. You will have to do a fair amount of testing in the beginning to see what foods do what to your ketone levels but after awhile you’ll become familiar with the do’s and don’t and will only need to test or occasion.

    Testing for ketones isn’t a requirement but it is nice to know what’s going on without resorting to guessing.

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**Sorry the video is a little fuzzy for the first 10 seconds** I ate a bunch of candy and decided to take a break from my ketogenic diet. So I spent a few days eating whatever i felt like. I went to a potluck barbecue and had a little bit of everything. I finished the break off with some pizza and soda pop and decided to start up my ketogenic diet again today. I will try to make some more videos in the next few days about: What is ketosis? How do you know if you are in ketosis? Top 3 Ketogenic Diet hacks. My 3 favorite foods to get into ketosis. And much more so stay tubed in and thank you for your support. :)

What Happens When You Fall Out Of Ketosis During Dieting?

Ketosis, a metabolic state where fat rather than carbohydrates becomes your primary energy source, occurs only when you follow a low-carbohydrate diet or a near-starvation diet. Your body normally uses carbohydrates for energy. On a low-carb diet, you cut carbohydrate consumption, so your body must find a new energy source. Eating as little as 50 and 100 g of carbohydrate per day can keep you out of ketosis, registered dietitian Janice Hermann, Ph.D. of Oklahoma State University reports. If you fall out of ketosis, a low-carbohydrate diet may not work for weight loss. Video of the Day Falling out of ketosis may slow or stop your weight loss, because low-carb diets don’t generally count calories. In fact, you may eat more calories while in ketosis and still lose weight. The official Atkins website published an abstract presented at the North American Association for the Study of Obesity Annual Meeting 2003. The 12-week study found that subjects following a low-carb diet who were consuming 300 calories per day more than subjects eating a low-calorie diet still lost more weight. However, if you are still eating fewer calories than you use, you may continue to lose weight even if you Continue reading >>

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  1. iwiggy58

    How quickly can you kick yourself OUT of ketosis?

    I am just starting week 3 . I have been OP totally. One thing that keeps me from cheating is the fear that I will kick myself out of ketosis. What amount of non program food would it take to throw you out of ketosis? And does a person start all over and have to go thru the headaches and trauma that happen that first week? I have heard several people go off program while on vacation and start back up again later. Is it like having to start all over again???

  2. mompattie

    It would take prob more than 40-50 carbs to kick you out of ketosis. Some can handle more carbs. But it's a slippery slope. Yes, you have to go through all the symptoms to get back in. And 3-5 days worth of food and time and money. It's like a weeks worth of money and time gone. Not worth it.

  3. IP43

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    Originally Posted by mompattie
    It would take prob more than 40-50 carbs to kick you out of ketosis. Some can handle more carbs. But it's a slippery slope. Yes, you have to go through all the symptoms to get back in. And 3-5 days worth of food and time and money. It's like a weeks worth of money and time gone. Not worth it. I know a few times that I've had things I shouldn't, the next day or two I was starving, had cravings etc. so I think I kicked myself out of ketosis. They weren't big cheats but I think we're so close to the limit if you have a restricted item a day. I was "perusing" the Atkins site for some of their carb counts etc. and they start with 12-15g net carbs (carb-fibre) on their phase one and then add 5g netcarbs per week or something.

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