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What Is The Absolute Fastest Way To Get Into Ketosis

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  1. johndehlinmademedoit

    What are some of the things you've found to be helpful in getting back to a state of ketosis after a carb-up day? I find it is taking me about 4 very strict days to get back in, and I am wondering if there is a way to speed it up by a day or two.

  2. 186394

    How are you determining that? How do you know when you're "back in"?
    Hopefully /u/Naonin will see this and link papers and get all sciencey, but I think it takes around 14 hours for the liver to run out of glucose and start producing ketones.

  3. anbeav

    It's 12-16 hours assuming you filled liver glycogen.

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Where I Part Ways With The Popular Keto Movement

166 Comments The explosive growth of interest in the ketogenic diet has been a net good for the state of nutrition. For one, people have accepted the fact that eating fat won’t kill you, and they’re even getting clued into the benefits of eating it. But there are places where I part ways with the popular keto movement. Let me explain…. Ketosis Isn’t the Point Ketones themselves have beneficial mechanistic effects. It’s true. The ketone body beta-hydroxybutyrate shows direct anti-inflammatory action, even blocking inflammatory diseases mediated by the NLRP inflammasome pathway. Ketogenic diets exert their protective effects on the brains of epilepsy patients through the anti-inflammatory actions of the ketone bodies, and type 1 diabetics who experience reduced cognitive function because of low blood sugar see those deficits erased by increasing BHB through dietary medium chain triglycerides. Another reason ketone bodies themselves are so therapeutic is that they represent an alternative fuel source for neurodegenerative disease patients whose brains can no longer process glucose effectively. But epilepsy patients get results both from full-blown medical ketogenic diets whe Continue reading >>

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    Fasting to get into ketosis... faster?

    The other day I remembered that when I was young I had to get a physical. Well to keep the story short, I hadn't eaten much the day before and didn't eat breakfast before I went. After he looked at the urine results I remember him asking if I ate breakfast, he said he asked because I had alot of ketones in my urine.
    I was thinking, would it be possible to do a 24 hour fast to enter ketosis and then the next day continue a keto diet (I'm saying for when you're first starting a keto diet). Maybe 12 hours of fasting would get you into ketosis? I'm not sure, but I figured this could be a quick way to get into ketosis without having to wait 3 or even 4 days when you first begin.

  2. Eileen

    If you are young and active, then you'll get into ketosis quickly. Someone who is older or less active will take longer the first time.
    Fasting will get out into ketosis, but so will eating high fat meals. Don't know about you, but I get very crabby if I miss my breakfast.

  3. jg_girl088

    yeah it sure will. I remember reading in Good Calories Bad Calories that the original recommendation for the ketogenic diet was to start with a 48 hour fast, however, atkins was the one who changed it to a 2 week induction period of minimal carbs.

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How To Get Into Ketosis Instantly (and What Even Is Ketosis?) – Dr. Anthony Gustin #138

Ketosis - I'm not going to lie, it's not easy. It took me a good 6 weeks to feel comfortable with the diet. But now I'm feeling sharp, enjoying not feeling bloated after meals, and even have got rid of the love handles. So I've done a podcast on how to get into keto quickly with an absolute expert in his field - Dr. Anthony Gustin. PS - I'm not doing this diet to lose weight. I'm doing it to increase energy, decrease inflammation, and generally feel awesome. But weight loss and toning up have come too. (He says modestly.) Always consult your practitioner before embarking on a new diet - especially ketosis which does require some adjustments in terms of supplements. Click here to enjoy streaming... When you listen you'll hear Is it possible to stick to a keto diet on the road? [3:13] The ketogenic diet to reset your digestive system [6:25] How to test your keto levels [9:49] How ketosis increases clarity [15:00] Ketone supplements, how it works and its side effects [16:55] How did Dr. Anthony Agustin started his company, Perfect Keto [28:17] The ketogenic diet for a balanced life and high energy levels [34:00] Transitioning to a keto diet [36:30] For more information Listen and foll Continue reading >>

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  1. DustinX

    Fasting to get into ketosis... faster?

    The other day I remembered that when I was young I had to get a physical. Well to keep the story short, I hadn't eaten much the day before and didn't eat breakfast before I went. After he looked at the urine results I remember him asking if I ate breakfast, he said he asked because I had alot of ketones in my urine.
    I was thinking, would it be possible to do a 24 hour fast to enter ketosis and then the next day continue a keto diet (I'm saying for when you're first starting a keto diet). Maybe 12 hours of fasting would get you into ketosis? I'm not sure, but I figured this could be a quick way to get into ketosis without having to wait 3 or even 4 days when you first begin.

  2. Eileen

    If you are young and active, then you'll get into ketosis quickly. Someone who is older or less active will take longer the first time.
    Fasting will get out into ketosis, but so will eating high fat meals. Don't know about you, but I get very crabby if I miss my breakfast.

  3. jg_girl088

    yeah it sure will. I remember reading in Good Calories Bad Calories that the original recommendation for the ketogenic diet was to start with a 48 hour fast, however, atkins was the one who changed it to a 2 week induction period of minimal carbs.

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