What Is Ketosis For Weight Loss?

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7 Signs You Might Be In Ketosis When Doing The Ketogenic Diet

One of the main goals of starting the ketogenic diet is to get your body into a metabolic state known as ketosis. Note: If you don’t know what the ketogenic is all about then check out the Ketogenic Diet: Beginner’s Guide to Keto and Weight Loss. This is when your body starts to produce a lot of ketones to supply energy for your body. Why is this good? Because it means your body has converted from a sugar-burner to a fat-burner. If your body is burning fat for energy then something amazing starts to happen. The fat on your body starts to disappear. But how do you know when you’re in ketosis? Besides using test strips or an instrument there are some signs that your body will give. 7 Signs You Might Be in Ketosis These don’t 100% guarantee that your body is in ketosis but if it is in ketosis then these signs will appear. 1. Weight Loss One of the obvious signs of ketosis is weight loss but this can also be pretty deceptive because many people don’t experience the kind of weight loss that they expect. This can happen for a variety of reasons but when you get close to entering ketosis or do enter ketosis you’ll find that you lose a healthy amount of weight quickly. For exam Continue reading >>

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  1. loveabull

    I did a research paper on this topic in college. At that time the Atkins diet was still ahead of the diet plans. High protein and very low carb, yes you lose weight and wreck other parts of yourself...maybe not right away but in the long run it is not a healthy way to eat. Ketosis...if you look that up in medical text it is considered a rather bad thing, so a diet where that is optimal? No. IMHO

  2. Pat59

    Are you talking about the California Medical Weight Loss program? If so, I have been on it since 12/16 and as of today have lost 22 lbs. My girlfriend, who works for this group, has also lost a tremendous amount too. I find it easy to follow and am learning to curb my appetiate and control what goes into my mouth. I'm learning to really read the labels and find out what is best.

  3. Pat59

    The program is physician supervised and its only 3 days and then the calorie intake is increased. In the beginning since you are not consuming a lot of calories, they do not recommend exercise but you can walk/step all you like. I personally average 16,000 steps per day up to 25,000 and have not experience any problems.

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