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Best Foods To Eat On The Keto Diet

Best Foods to Eat on the Keto Diet The keto diet is all about enjoying high fat, moderate protein, and low carb foods which promotes weight loss and other benefits to health. However, it’s no secret that changing dietary lifestyle takes time and planning. Knowing the best foods to eat on the keto diet will ensure you are prepared, allowing for a smoother transition and faster results. Therefore if you are wondering how to get started, let’s look at the best foods to eat on the keto diet. #1 Best Foods to Eat In summary on the keto diet you should be tailoring your meal plans around the following foods: Healthy fats Protein Non-starchy veggies Some fruits Most full-fat dairy There is a stigma attached to fats which makes most people avoid them, but you don’t need to be afraid on the keto diet. Healthy fats are your top priority and form the highest percentage of your daily intake. Why? One simple reason, the keto diet works better with a greater fat content which means you are more likely to stay in or hit ketosis. And don’t forget, fat is also satiating which means you will feel fuller for longer. Let’s take a look at the best foods to help you obtain your daily fat quota Continue reading >>

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    hi guys, i'm new here. i've done no carb diets before and i used ketosticks. this time i'm doing the "anabolic diet" and i am using a glucose meter. i've asked around my bodybuilding forums but not too many people are familiar with ketosis diets. what exactly should your glucose levels be at when your in ketosis? i've gotten down to 50 mg/dl but can't stay that low. i seem to be staying in the 70-90 range. and thats not in ketosis from what i've been reading. my diet is in check. i'm not a newbie, i've been into BB for quite a few years and i use to calculating EVERYTHING i eat. my carb count is def under 20 and on some days its below 10. but yet i just don't get any lower than that. i don't drink anything with aspartame, citric acid. just plain water 1-2 gallons a day. even when i do cardio (which is everyday) afterwards my levels rarely drop below 70. i don't eat too much protein, its under 1gram per lb of body weight. i don't understand. i am seeing results, not as much as i want but its only been 2 weeks. i'm not really complaining from lack of results, i'm just tryin to get a better understanding of everything. and this isn't making sense to me. thanks for any help! :)

  2. edvedr

    i think i just put this in the wrong forum....sorry if i did. the all say low carb and i just realized thats the name here. oops sorry

  3. mio1996

    The goal in ketosis is to achieve a stable, normal glucose reading. 70-90 is perfectly normal. It should never be 50!

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Best Fats For Low-carb, High-fat Diet

Many of the blog’s followers and myself included are crazy about fat. And why shouldn’t you be? Fat can be used as a source of energy, tastes great, provides brain clarity and best of all — it’s satisfying on so many levels. What many guides fail to explain is that there are different types of fats, and they should be considered when consuming. While a keto or LCHF diet are generally anti-inflammatory, there are actually some fats that contribute to inflammation and should be limited, if not completely removed from your dietary intake. Specifically, one should always take caution and avoid vegetable and seed oils. These oils contain polyunsaturated fatty acids (or PUFAs). The problem with these oils is the fact that they are more often than not, rancid. Rancid oils are concentrated sources of cancer-causing free radicals which decrease it’s nutritional value. Aside from being a black hole of nutrition, these fats have been shown to attribute to increased inflammation, aging and damage cell structures. This article highlights the best fats for use in your low-carb, high-fat diet. Good Fish (preferrably wild-caught) Butter Lard Animal fats (preferrably from pasture-raised/g Continue reading >>

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  1. Lynnw

    Exercise and ketosis

    This whole ketosis thing confuses me. It's fairly well documented that exercise forces glucose into muscles. If you are in ketosis, does forcing glucose into muscles through exercise knock you out of ketosis? And it's not like I can 'use up' or 'run out of' glucose because my liver keeps me well-supplied, even eating very low carb...my BG is usually higher after exercise than before.

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    Originally Posted by Lynnw
    This whole ketosis thing confuses me. It's fairly well documented that exercise forces glucose into muscles. If you are in ketosis, does forcing glucose into muscles through exercise knock you out of ketosis? And it's not like I can 'use up' or 'run out of' glucose because my liver keeps me well-supplied, even eating very low carb...my BG is usually higher after exercise than before. Part of the definition of ketosis is that your cells (including your muscles, brain and heart) switch off insisting on glucose as their primary fuel. They run off ketone bodies and/or free fatty acids instead. So, when in ketosis exercise generally has no effect on blood glucose because glucose is not involved.
    I have on more than on occasion check my blood sugar at 4 hours since eating anything, gone for a 1 or 2 hour workout and tested after it at the exact same level. So, that entire workout was fueled by other than glucose. That is normal for ketosis.
    So, in this state, exercise no longer "forces glucose into muscles" because they have switched to alternative fuels.
    No, exercise cannot knock you out of ketosis. The only thing which can do that is eating too many glucose-producing foods (carbs or proteins). Also, a prerequisite to achieving ketosis is depleting the glycogen stores in the liver so in most cases this shouldn't be an issue. There shouldn't be any stores significant to cause a spike.

  3. jim55

    My body is in a ketosis state most every day and i,m sure i still burn glucose stores when exercising. Because the body coverts protien to glucose i always have some avalable however in much less supply due to my low carb diet. When i do cardio i can even feel when my body makes the switch. This is true also when i lift. If the body completly drained itself of glucose ones bood glucose reading would be 0.

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Can Eating Mostly Fat Help You Lose Weight?

Every January, fat's in the crosshairs of health columnists, fitness magazines, and desperate Americans. This year, PopSci looks at the macronutrient beyond its most negative associations. What’s fat good for? How do we get it to go where we want it to? Where does it wander when it’s lost? This, my friends, is Fat Month. The ketogenic diet didn’t start as a weight-loss method. It was a treatment for epileptic kids—one of the few that worked, especially for those who had already tried traditional medications. But odds are the only people you’ll hear talking about it today are those looking to drop a few pounds without giving up butter. Keto, as it’s known among dieters, is based around getting most of your calories from fat, some from protein, and almost none from carbohydrates. It’s like a more extreme form of Atkins, except keto actually came first. It became an epilepsy treatment back in the 1920s, whereas the weight-loss paper that inspired Dr. Atkins to establish his low-carb diet wasn’t published until 1958. The idea of eating fat in order to lose fat is obviously appealing. Oils and fats are filling and soothing, so prospective dieters feel they might not have Continue reading >>

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  1. Léo Léopold Hertz 준영

    Ketone bodies are water-soluble and should pose no problem to the kidneys because of solubility. If the kidneys are able to utilize ketone bodies for energy, then they must express the enzyme 3-ketoacyl-CoA transferase, correct?
    Do the kidneys express the enzyme 3-ketoacyl-CoA transferase?
    Can kidneys use ketone bodies as fuel?

  2. Léo Léopold Hertz 준영

    Alexandria's answer:
    This article's abstract says that 3-ketoacid-CoA transferase was found in the kidney: nature.com/pr/journal/v42/n4/abs/pr19972518a.html

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