What Are The Side Effects Of Ketosis?

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Studies are still being carried out to answer the question as to whether marijuana can cause lung cancer, and there is no real evidence either way as yet. What is known, though, is that marijuana cigarettes contain benzyprene - the tar of both tobacco and cannabis cigarettes - and we know that benzyprene causes cancer. It alters a gene called p53, which is a tumor suppressor gene. It has also been scientifically proven that 3 out of 4 lung cancers (75%) occur in people who have faulty p53 genes, and that the p53 gene is linked to many other cancers. It also contains at least 50 of the damaging properties found in tobacco cigarettes. See this article from Cancer Research UK: Does smoking cannabis cause cancer? It should also be noted that cannabis has a different effect on young people to what the effect is on adults. While it doesn't really affect cognitive behavioral functionality in adults, it definitely does have a detrimental effect on the youth. Furthermore, smoking marijuana has a different effect on continuous users depending on when they started smoking it. If you started smoking it as a youngster and have basically been a lifelong user, chances are very good that your cogn Continue reading >>

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  1. marcink99

    After doing keto for 2-3 weeks I decided to carb up. My goalis to get leaner currently at 170 10-12bf. I want to do 24hour carb up. So ifmy first carb meal was at 3pm does that mean I have to eat carbs till the nextday 3pm or just the rest of the fallowing day? For example I would carb up from3pm till 11-12pm and than start keto the next day.
    How quickly and how much do you gain water weight? after 8hours I only gained 2pounds if that. I was expecting to gain water quickerand become fuller hmmm.
    My meals
    3 hours before workout whey with mixed fruit 30-40g carbs
    after workout pierogis 100g
    pancakes with maple syrup 60g
    bagel and some pineapple 80g2 cups oats 100g
    pasta with chicked bread from chilis (cajun) 118g
    some chips with salsa 20gI had about 418 carbs (Based on several guides I was supposedto aim for 700 in first 24 hours)
    do i really need this much carbs to carb up?
    I workout 5-7 days a week
    Can I workout on the 2nd day of carbing up?

  2. jbonez

    Wow man, you have some SERIOUS issues with your diet. First of all, on keto, you're supposed to carb up every 7-10 days. Second of all, if you eat your first meal at 3 PM, something is wrong, but either way, that means you eat carbs for your 6 meals throughout the day until you go to sleep. Third of all, keto is MAINLY used to lose weight in that you eat no carbs, so your body goes into ketosis, which means it effectively runs off of fat, so your protein and fat sources are immediately burned (no storage) and so is your actual storage fat (under calorie needs).
    fourth of all, and MOST IMPORTANTLY, you are not eating enough or the right type of carbs. you are supposed to EASILY hit 600-800 carbs, I've hit more before. you are supposed to eat complex carbs, like whole wheat bread and pasta, oatmeal, bran, sweet potatoes and potatoes, rice, fruit, etc. your meals should have WAY more protein man, your protein intake should stay just as high during carb up day as normal keto days.
    Lastly, you ask "Can I workout on the 2nd day of carbing up?" - Well, that makes no sense. Carbing up is only one day, so there is no 2nd day. if you mean the day after, then yes. workout any day you want. I always tried to put chest day on carb up day, but that was just for explosive energy.
    good luck, more questions just PM me or reply here w/e

  3. marcink99

    thanks for the reply. My first carb up meal was at 3pm I had more meal before without carbs. I workout 6-7 days a week. This week I will start having carbs prior to my workout. I did not carb up for 3 week as I wanted to make sure I was fully fat adapted. I was doing fine without carbs for such a long time streangth wise but endurance was not the greatest.

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What Is The Process Of The Ketogenic Diet?

Ketosis is a type of acidosis, a disturbance in the pH adjust of your body, that outcomes from the nearness of inordinate ketones in your blood. Ketones, or ketone bodies, are a side-effect of fat digestion. They are discharged when fat is separated for vitality. Ketosis is a condition that is basic amid starvation and intense assaults of diabetes. The nearness of a lot of ketone bodies in your circulatory system may prompt a condition called ketoacidosis, which may bring about unfriendly symptoms. Ketogenic diets, when directed by qualified therapeutic experts, can prompt huge measures of weight reduction in fat people, and they have demonstrated promising in the treatment and administration of epilepsy and certain types of disease. Ketosis comes about because of the development of ketone bodies, which are a result of fat digestion. At the point when glucose is not accessible for your body to be utilized as vitality, your body will start separating fat. At the point when fat is separated into glucose to be utilized for vitality, ketone bodies are created therefore, and flow all through your circulatory system, causing a condition of ketosis. The ketone bodies are delivered in your Continue reading >>

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  1. eme_badger

    I (41 to/F/5'4") started keto on 2/15/2017 and I was 156 lbs. Today I'm 146 lbs and have some really awful tasting keto breath and smelly urine. I read that this is normal and water intake will help with the urine - how long did the keto breath hang around for you? I also noticed a lot of people talk about really quick weight loss, mine has remained in the 2-3 lbs a week range. Is that "normal"?

  2. DClawdude

    I read that this is normal and water intake will help with the urine - how long did the keto breath hang around for you?
    Didn't have the breath, but yeah drink more water.
    I also noticed a lot of people talk about really quick weight loss, mine has remained in the 2-3 lbs a week range. Is that "normal"?
    2-3 pounds a week is incredibly fast and be aware, it's not gong to stay that fast. If you think that's not fast, you need to re-address your expectations.

  3. eme_badger

    10 lbs in 4 weeks, including the initial water loss is normal weight loss not fast. There are people that discuss some really fast weight loss. In the past 1/2 to 1 lb a week is my max on weight loss. I do realize that if you lose more than 2lbs a week it will not likely stay gone.

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What Are The Long Term Possible Side Effects Of Ketogenic Diet? Say, If One Chooses To Be On It For Rest Of His/her Life?

There is not enough research on long term use of Ketogenic diet. The current available data on is based on 12 years of Ketogenic living which suggest there is no side effects on continuing keto diet for a longer period of time. Although there is no major side effects of living a Ketogenic lifestyle for rest of your life, however there are certain things which you might need to monitor over a period of time. I'll list down few possible side effects: Vitamins or Minerals deficiency which may occur if you eat less veggies. Clogged artiries if you are eating too much of saturated fat especially red meat. It will increase your bad cholesterol levels which may lead to heart disease. Some people can go from long term state to ketoacidosis. In this state the blood becomes acidic and the person who get this condition tend to be people history of Diabetes or alcoholism. Osteoporosis due to low calcium intake. Kidney problems / stones if water intake is low. If you follow the Ketogenic diet for a long term, make sure you are monitored for red flags you are experiencing during the state permanently. That can help to avoid becoming very sick. Having said that, there are many people and cultures Continue reading >>

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  1. Aekim86

    Hello, so I've been cutting back on carbs for a couple weeks and for the last ten days I've woken up with ketones around 1.0. However, I feel horrible. The headaches, nausea, stomach aches, and dizzy spells will just not go away. I also feel very weak and tired. Is this normal keto flu and is it supposed to go away at some point? I'm about ready to say this just isn't for me. Any thoughts?

  2. jilliangordona

    Go to answer is salt and electrolytes. Are you supplementing?

  3. Aekim86

    No I haven't tried supplementing with anything. What am I supposed to supplement with?

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