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What Is That Sweet Aftertaste After Weightlifting And Then Eating?

My gut instinct is to say it may be post-exercise-induced Ketosis breath. Some have described this smell and taste in their mouths as "sweet," others have described it akin to nail polish remover. As you exhaust the glycogen in your cells from strenuous exercise, and your blood glucose dips, your liver produces ketone bodies from fatty acids in response. Ketone bodies are basically an alternate form of energy when carbohydrates are not available. If you're eating a very Low Carb Diet (called a "ketogenic low carb diet," typically under 20g net carbs a day) you may very well have already experienced ketosis breath. If you're eating a moderate carbohydrate diet, or training while in a fasted state, the exercise may be enough to have depleted your glycogen stores. Thus, your body may enter a ketogenic state, as if you had been consistently following a low carb diet. The conversion of fatty acids to ketones (energy) is how those following a low carb diet can lose excess fat. The body essentially runs on fat as fuel in the absence of its primary preference of sugar/glucose/glycogen. Continue reading >>

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  1. Teymur Mammadov

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    One of the best answers to this can be found if you Google Peter Attia's presentations that give an awesome summary on the subject.
    Generally speaking, if you are healthy (not Type 1 diabetic), the energy in your mitochondria is generated from ketone bodies that get converted into Acetyl CoA and enter the Krebs cycle, as opposed to when Acetyl CoA is generated from pyruvate (a byproduct of anaerobic glucose metabolism).
    Ketone bodies are a "cleaner" and a more stable fuel for cardio/endurance exercise (no "bonking" or blood glucose/insuline fluctuations that come from traditional carb-refeeding).

    Ketone bodies typically, then, come as a byproduct of body fat metabolism. Essentially, you just ecome a "fat-burning machine", when you exercise in the state of ketosis.

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  1. Farhan Malhi

    Ketosis is a metabolic condition in which enters the body when carbohydrate intake is very low (depending on the source talking between 15 and 50 grams per day) or when you are fasting, induces beta-oxidation fat for energy, producing ketone bodies are acetone, acetoacetate and beta-hydroxybutyrate mainly used as energy by the brain and other organs of the human body.

  2. Rebecca Paul

    Eggs
    Eggs are a staple for low carbers, ketogenic dieters and diabetics. Not only are they nutritious they are also low in carbohydrates.
    Eggs do contain protein which requires insulin, so eating the whole egg or even the egg yolk (rather than white white which has more protein) is a good option if you’re trying to optimise blood glucose rather than build muscle.
    dairy
    While cheese and cream are often favoured by people trying to limit carbohydrates, many people say that they have more success with their weight loss if they limit dairy.
    But should we avoid all dairy? Is some dairy better than others?
    Some people believe that red meat and dairy are uniquely insulinogenic, however my reading of the food insulin index data is that there is nothing special about these foods that isn’t explained by their carbohydrate, protein and fibre content.
    milk and cream
    Milk requires a lot more insulin than the high fat cheeses due to its higher carbohydrate content.
    Cream is a stand out due to its high fat content and is a much better option than milk in your coffee.
    If you are going to drink milk, keep it to a minimum and choose full fat milk, not skim.
    yogurt
    Full fat plain yogurt has the lowest percentage of insulinogenic calories while the sweetened and low fat options are extremely insulinogenic and should be avoided.
    fruits
    It’s interesting to note that there are only a handful of fruits with a low percentage of insulinogenic calories (i.e. olives and avocados).

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    Keto diet is well known for being a low carb diet, where the body produces ketones in the liver to be used as energy.Ketogenic Diet Food List
    Arugula (Rocket)
    Artichokes
    Asparagus
    Bell Peppers
    Bok Choy
    Broccoli
    Brussels Sprouts
    Butterhead Lettuce etc.
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How Is Methylglyoxal Produced In Ketosis?

As dry as this question sounds, this is a fascinating and relevant topic. At its heart lies the issue of how diabetes (and possibly low-carb diets) can predispose you to atherosclerosis. And heart attacks (pun totally unintended). But to get there, we have to review some chemistry. That's where methylglyoxal and ketosis come in. Bear with me. Above is a useful summary diagram. Keep reading for more details on the actual processes. To clarify: ketosis is not a chemical reaction per se. It's the state where the body derives most of its energy supply by metabolizing ketone bodies. Normally, we derive most of our energy through glycolysis and the concentration of ketone bodies is less than 0.5mM [1]. Levels above this are associated with ketosis. For example, diabetics with severe ketosis might have concentrations of 10mM [1]. The liver produces ketones from fats to meet the body's energy needs when there is a lack of glucose and glycogen. So you can see why ketosis might arise not just in diabetics, but also in people on low-carb diets like the Atkins [2]. Fat (triacylglycerol) is broken down into three fatty acid chains and one glycerol molecule (this process is called lipolysis). Th Continue reading >>

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    So what happens during cardio when you're in ketosis?




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    One of the best answers to this can be found if you Google Peter Attia's presentations that give an awesome summary on the subject.
    Generally speaking, if you are healthy (not Type 1 diabetic), the energy in your mitochondria is generated from ketone bodies that get converted into Acetyl CoA and enter the Krebs cycle, as opposed to when Acetyl CoA is generated from pyruvate (a byproduct of anaerobic glucose metabolism).
    Ketone bodies are a "cleaner" and a more stable fuel for cardio/endurance exercise (no "bonking" or blood glucose/insuline fluctuations that come from traditional carb-refeeding).

    Ketone bodies typically, then, come as a byproduct of body fat metabolism. Essentially, you just ecome a "fat-burning machine", when you exercise in the state of ketosis.

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    Can I take creatine during ketosis?


    Is chicken preferred during ketosis?


    What are the health/cardio risks of getting into ketosis?


    What happens if I do cardio twice a day?


    Is jogging good during ketosis?


    When does protein sparing occur during ketosis?


    Is ketosis safe?


    Does ketosis happen when you are starving?


    What are the differences between ketosis and deep ketosis?


    Is longterm ketosis healthy?


    Should I do cardio or cardio + weights?


    What are ketosis foods?


    Does ketosis cause constipation?


    How do you induce Ketosis?


    How is ketosis prevented?
    Ask New Question






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    Can I take creatine during ketosis?


    Is chicken preferred during ketosis?


    What are the health/cardio risks of getting into ketosis?


    What happens if I do cardio twice a day?


    Is jogging good during ketosis?


    When does protein sparing occur during ketosis?


    Is ketosis safe?


    Does ketosis happen when you are starving?


    What are the differences between ketosis and deep ketosis?


    Is longterm ketosis healthy?
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