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The Ketogenic Diet: Does A Fat-heavy Eating Plan Cut Pounds?

Adam's journal Two friends of mine began following a ketogenic diet earlier this year. From my (very basic) understanding, this diet severely restricts carbohydrates, even more so than other low-carb approaches like Atkins. Since beginning this diet, my friends have lost significant amounts of weight. They also tell me their hunger levels have gone down, while they've experienced a boost in energy. They look great, too. So how does the ketogenic diet work? And does it offer a solution to weight loss that other diets don't? Dr. Prescott prescribes Like many low-carb eating regimens, which have become a favorite of celebrities and athletes, the ketogenic diet has experienced a recent surge in popularity. Doctors have been prescribing the use of this diet for nearly a century — to epilepsy patients, especially children, to help suppress seizures. But its emergence as a weight-control plan is newer. The idea behind the diet is to trigger something called ketosis, where the body switches from burning glucose, its preferred method of fuel, to fat. To induce ketosis, you must starve the body of carbohydrates. That means a diet that's extremely heavy in fat (roughly 75 percent), while co Continue reading >>

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  1. FrankUnderWood

    Hi,
    I have started out for the third and final time on Keto on Monday.
    My weight has dropped 3 pounds in 4 days, but the Keto sticks are not changing colour (only started yesterday using them).
    How long does it take the average person to get into Ketsosis, I know there are a lot of variables to consider but I was wondering what people’s experience is?
    Before when I did this, the sticks were changing colour after 3 days.
    Thanks

    F

  2. VLC.MD

    Focus on the process and the results will happen. Test your urine 2/week

  3. Jacob4Jesus

    FrankUnderWood:
    How long does it take the average person to get into Ketsosis, I know there are a lot of variables to consider but I was wondering what people’s experience is?
    The average person (someone who is insulin sensitive) could be in ketosis when they get up every morning.
    I started casually and it took about 2 days for me to get the first symptoms of carb withdrawal.

    –Jacob

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The Ketogenic Diet: An Answer For More Than Weight-loss Resistance

The ketogenic diet is rapidly becoming one of the hottest topics in health for good reason. It’s a quick way to drop extra weight and get lean, and has numerous positive effects on overall well-being. Developed in the 1920’s to improve brain function in epileptic children, it fell out of popularity when anticonvulsant drugs hit the market. The recent resurgence of the diet is exciting since it’s so effective for weight-loss 1 and healing a variety of other health conditions. I have been following my Cellular Healing Diet for many years; but, more recently have been on my Advanced Cellular Healing diet, essentially a ketogenic diet, and have achieved the best health and fitness of my life (read my personal experience with the diet at the end of the article). I now believe it’s one of the best tools available to improve health and get into your best shape yet. Note: This diet is not for everyone, and can simply be used as a tool for healing weight-loss resistance and other conditions. Once good health is achieved, you may return to following a diet that suits you genetically, or the Cellular Healing Diet. However, some people should stay on the ketogenic diet for life to have Continue reading >>

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  1. Rcroix

    Hello everyone.
    I have been on the 2:5 for about 6 months and lost about 10kg (over 20lbs) So thank you Dr Mosley!
    A lot of the reviews of the fasting lifesyle seem to suggest that it is just a way to reduce average weekly calories, but I’m sure most of you think there is more going on than simple calorie reduction.
    During the last 10 days I didn’t fast as I was on holiday traveling and found it difficult. Amazingly I did not gain any weight. This has happend on two occasions during the last 6 months.
    I think the fasting days are forcing the body to relearn how to burn fat. I’m a bit confused about the correct scientific terms for this ‘lypolysis’ is I believe the breackdown of fats (into amino acids) and ketosis the burning of
    fat as fuel.
    What ever the terminology it seems like the fasting days teach the body a long forgotten trick of switching from available glucose derived from what we just ate, to reserves stored as fat.
    I suggest that this trait applies to non fast days too, hence the lack of weigh gain during holidays.
    I used to do a bit of distance running and am quite familiar with the concept of ‘hitting the wall’. This is when a runner runs out of glucose and has to switch to fat burning (around the 18mile mark). Often that process is difficult, I have had to sit on the ground for about 3 minutes until my legs felt like they would work again.
    I’m not running now so I can’t try a quick marathon to see if the diet has helped with the switch.
    I welcome your thoughts.
    Good luck
    Martin.
    Perhaps Dr Mosely could weigh in on this with some scientific evidence.

  2. zec4peach

    I love science and this is why I love the 5.2 as it makes so much sense.
    Your body will go into ketosis when fasting for a short time, this is probably why some people get headaches. It will also make you very thirsty and wee a lot as your body tries to flush out the by products from fat metabolism. This is a common symptom of type 1 diabetes but obviously they go into a severe more ketoacidosis due to prolonged lack of insulin and metabolism of glucose and start burning muscle for fuel.
    It’s quite complicated stuff but if you google fasting ketosis there’s loads of interesting info online. Michaels book was lacking in any science stuff which is a shame as I think people are interested.
    I know that athletes or very fit people are more efficient at burning fat as they are used to it so yes I think the 5.2 does reset the metabolism in a similar way.
    I have managed to this this after years of cycling and find I can ride for a few hours on an empty stomach. Always need coffee though !!!
    Z

  3. Nika

    Hey Martin!
    I’m also very interested in ketosis. I tried it out a few weeks ago and didn’t eat any carbs for 1,5 week. I lost quite some weight, but felt like I couldn’t sustain it – I started feeling really weak, dizzy, couldn’t walk straight some days and all in all didn’t get the energy boosts some people boast about.
    So now I just cut carbs on my fast days and allow myself fruit and yoghurt on normal days – still prefer not to eat rice, noodles, bread and potatoes though. Sometimes a baked good or chocolate pudding as a treat, but not regularly. I do think this really contributes to my quicker than average weightloss (7kg in 3 weeks, of which most during that first 1,5 week).
    I’ve also started working out fasted. I do this after work before my only meal of the day, so after fasting for over 20 hours. I do HIIT (Insanity), which combines cardio and strength through bodyweight exercises. So far my results have been worse than when I did the program before when eating regularly, but I’m waiting to see how it goes in two weeks when I do my second fit test. My body is most likely also learning how to switch to burning fat efficiently.
    What you said about going on a holiday, this reminded me of the “carb loaders” I know. They basically cut carbs during the week, then they “carbload” on Saturday – eating everything from pizza to ribs to whatever they want. They say that it doesn’t cause them to gain weight, because the body is still in fat burning mode and the glucose from the carbs goes straight to the muscles, giving the muscles the strength to keep working out through the next week. Hence carb ‘loading’. These people are basically in ketosis 3 days a week (it usually takes the body about 3 days to go into full ketosis).
    These are all bodybuilder types though, who do mostly strength training so it doesn’t really sound like a great idea for me. I wanna be lean, not buff.
    Anyway, long post – gonna head over to the next one
    Annika

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Get All the Details & How to Do It Here: https://www.drberg.com/exclusive-memb... Take Dr. Berg's Advanced Evaluation Quiz: http://bit.ly/EvalQuiz Your report will then be sent via email analyzing 104 potential symptoms, giving you a much deeper insight into the cause-effect relationship of your body issues. It's free and very enlightening. Dr. Berg talks about ketosis and answer the question: Is ketosis safe long term. Running your body on ketones is very save compared to running your body on glucose. Glucose is a dirty fuel and leaves residue. But the brain response very good to ketones. Ketones is one of the original fuels sources. Running your body on ketones is running on fat and essential fatty acids. Glucose and carbs are not essential. You need vegetable carbs for vitamins and minerals and trace minerals. Ketogenic acidosis occurs only in a severe diabetic type 1 situation. You do not lose muscle mass when you consume ketones. In fact, the ketogenic diet preserves your proteins and muscles. This is due to growth hormone (GH). Diabetics lose muscle mass due to an insulin problem. Insulin also lowers GH growth hormone. Too much insulin will deplete potassium, magnesium and B-

How Long Does It Take To Get Back Into Ketosis If I Have "cheated"

Falling off the XLR8 Ride does not feel great. It leaves us feeling upset and frustrated at ourselves. We spend so much time 'beating' ourselves up about how we failed and the worst thing to do is think 'OH WELL, I stuffed up I might as well go on a complete binge' I hate the word CHEATED’ it has such negative associations so let's change it to after I fell off the XLR8 Ride. There is nothing worse than feeling like you are back at square one and have to start all over again. The good news it doesn't take long to get back into Ketosis, so promise me today no more 'beating' yourself up about it. Instead of 'beating' yourself up and having the negative conversation to yourself. Accept it and ask yourself "What can I do different next time". So how long does it take to get back into ketosis (fat burning) after you have 'fallen off the XLR8 ride" First thing you have to establish in your mind that this is not a DIET but a lifestyle and start to work towards this in everything you do. Yes, it takes awhile to get to this stage but once you are here the rewards are amazing and you will never look back and falling off the XLR8 Ride won't be an option for you! What Happens When You Overea Continue reading >>

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    How long does it take to get kicked out of ketosis?

    Does anyone know how long does it take to get out of ketosis if one started eating regular carbs? Would it take a few hours only, a full day, 2 days, etc....???? Just curious because what if someone unknowingly ate carby stuff at say over 50 grams of carbs and they had been in ketosis would that knock them out right away or is there a delayed reaction like the next day or what???

  2. smorgan

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    Originally Posted by puppy
    Does anyone know how long does it take to get out of ketosis if one started eating regular carbs? Would it take a few hours only, a full day, 2 days, etc....???? Just curious because what if someone unknowingly ate carby stuff at say over 50 grams of carbs and they had been in ketosis would that knock them out right away or is there a delayed reaction like the next day or what??? I'm not sure if anyone knows the answer to that or even if it is very constant from person to person. My somewhat educated guess and what I believe is my personal experience is two consecutive bad meals will almost surely do it and recovery will take at least three days.

  3. Mary

    I've actually done this before, and it usually took about as long as smorgan says, two meals or so. I have been in ketosis at breakfast, and then if my carbs were too high for lunch and dinner, I'd be out of it based on ketone readings by late at night, or the next morning.

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