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What Are The Effects Of Ketosis

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Ketosis

Tweet Ketosis is a state the body may find itself in either as a result of raised blood glucose levels or as a part of low carb dieting. Low levels of ketosis is perfectly normal. However, high levels of ketosis in the short term can be serious and the long term effects of regular moderate ketosis are only partially known at the moment. What is ketosis? Ketosis is a state the body goes into if it needs to break down body fat for energy. The state is marked by raised levels of ketones in the blood which can be used by the body as fuel. Ketones which are not used for fuel are excreted out of the body via the kidneys and the urine. Is ketosis the same as ketoacidosis? There is often confusion as to the difference between ketosis and ketoacidosis. Ketosis is the state whereby the body is producing ketones. In ketosis, the level of ketones in the blood can be anything between normal to very high. Diabetic ketoacidosis, also known as DKA, only describes the state in which the level of ketones is either high or very high. In ketoacidosis, the amount of ketones in the blood is sufficient to turn the blood acidic, which is a dangerous medical state. When does ketosis occur? Ketosis will tak Continue reading >>

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  1. Corey LeMont

    Yes.
    With the high fats one consumes during ketosis, your brain and nervous system has plenty of easily-metabolized energy. I was using MCT oil, avocados, fish, etc. I was blending up protein shakes which contained high levels of healthy fresh fruits and so on. I was consuming Wheatgrass juice. And I was supplementing with many natural herbs and vitamins.
    As for nootropics, I was using Cognitex by the Life Extension Foundation.
    I was also using Oxiracetam and Noopept.
    Additionally, I was using Ginkgo biloba, Bacopa extract, Chaga mushroom extract, Upgraded Glutathione, CILTEP, a B12 patch, Green Tea, Taurine, Iodine, Korean Red Ginseng Root, etc.
    Another thing which you might discount as a nootropic at first until you research it, is: Protein. I was using Upgraded Grassfed Protein made from New Zealand cows. Added to it is Colostrum which is the first few days of milk production by the cows.
    I also was eating raw Oysters, adding real grassfed butter to my meals, drinking San Pellagrino water, supplementing with Zinc, eating Pistachios, getting sunlight, Earthing, Exercising beginning in the Spring, doing cold therapy, etc.
    I can say that the results were excellent. My memory improved. My ability to hold much more complex ideas within the mind was vastly increased. You can imagine it as being able to reason with a thought which is made up of 2–3 dozen mini-thoughts and have them all integrated in a 3-dimensional model.
    I would love to help you answer more questions you may have. I coach people for optimal performance for a living. If you’d like to thank me, I can hook you up with sources for these supplements.

    Oh, P.S., I also used Magnesium which was quite gainful.

  2. Alan Kay

    It could be very good at first, but there is only so much tour brain can do and it could very well explode with all the super power you might get from it.

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