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Ketogenic Diet - What exactly is it? Tip#31

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If you want to go keto, you will have reduce your carb intake. This diet is high in fat, moderate protein, and very low in carbohydrates. Many diets that are modeled on the ketogenic diet are modified Paleo, Atkins Diet (its initial phase is particularly), South Beach Diet and Atkins Diet. The ketogenic diet can be applied to virtually all. You can be vegan or vegetarian while being able to achieve ketogenesis. As a general rule, focus on foods that naturally contain fat and avoid processed food items that are labelled as trans-fats whenever feasible. Choose fruits that are low on the glycemic index but are still rich in fiber and, eat other foods like avocados (also for their fat content) and fruits. Be sure to consume lots of yellow, red and green vegetables. See this Custom Keto Diet for an idea.

One typical keto diet could consist of:
Meat (grass fed and free-range is the best) such as pork, chicken beef, eggs, and chicken. Protein sources from vegetables are required for vegans.
Nuts or seeds
Dairy products with high fat content like cream as well as whole butter are a source of large quantities of fat.
Leafy greens
Fish and other seafood
Olive oil, coconut oil, and butter that is pure are all excellent sources of omega 3.

What can you do to be aware of to
All food items that are made up of starch (even whole grain, organic bread)
The majority of fruits are rich in sugar (which is the reason they are so well-known)
Foods with low-fat content
Vegetable oils are high in omega-6 but low in Omega-3
To know what kind of fat is best for you, read this guide.

Some keto dieters add coffee and alcohol ( with no sugar, cream, or milk) in moderate amounts to their daily diet. Other people, however, stay clear of it. Take a look at these drinks and find out what you think of them.

Here's an example of how a Keto dinner would look like:

Bacon and ground beef rolls (166 calories, 14.3g butter, 0 net carbohydrates, 7.64g protein per portion)
Loaded cauliflower (199 Calories, 17g Fat 3 net carbs and 8g Protein Per Serving)
Bone broth contains 72 calories 6g saturated fat 0.7 net carbs, and 3.6g of protein per cup
Say goodbye to Carbs Let the Bacon in! Bacon
For much of human history humans have relied on foods rich in carbohydrates to make up their diet. Carbs are a great source of calories as well as the body's primary energy source.

Today's industrial agriculture, the sedentary lifestyle, and excessive consumption of calories lead to relying on carbs more than we should. The body is quick to process excess carbs , but stores them as fat. The result? A dramatic rise in obesity. The ketogenic diet teaches your body to rely on fats from your diet to fuel you through the conversion of fat into ketones and free fat acids (FFAs). This natural metabolic state, also known as ketosis, is often referred to. To achieve ketosis, you need to reduce your intake of carbohydrates in order to stimulate your body's production of ketones. The body is reliant on fats from your diet for energy when you reduce the amount of carbs you consume net to 30-50 grams.

Your Body on Keto
Carbohydrates are normally broken down to glucose and used as your primary energy source. Glycogen can be converted into glycogen from glucose and stored in your muscle and liver for later use. The ketogenic diet changes everything. Your body enters ketosis when you consume keto. This is in which your body is stripped of glycogen as a result of the low-carb diet. Instead fats are oxidized in order to generate energy, also called ketones. Contrary to glucose which offers rapid energy surges, fat's energy burns much slower. A ketogenic diet will help you avoid sugar crashes after eating high-carb meals. The ketogenic diet will help to reduce overeating since unsaturated fats are more satisfying. Studies have shown that ketones contain neuroprotective qualities.

Adapting to Keto: The Phase of Adjustment
Your body can't take on changes. These side effects, also called keto flu be experienced within the first few days after starting keto. The symptoms of the keto flu include nausea, dizziness, and fatigue. It is your body's way to signal its inability depend on carbs and also learn to burn fat to fuel. The levels of insulin will decrease in the case of the ketogenic diet. Fatty acids are released from body fat. If insulin levels fall and your kidneys produce more water (you'll see more frequent toilet trips) along with sodium, as well as potassium. A low blood pressure could result in a decline in blood pressure. A low blood pressure can be characterized by dizziness and fatigue. Leg cramps can also result as a result of dehydration.

You can combat these symptoms by increasing fluid intake and electrolyte levels, especially in the initial days on a keto diet. Also, you can consider bone and vegetable broth. Hypoglycemia, also known as low blood sugar, is another negative side effect of ketosis. Symptoms include feeling hungry, tired or shaky until your body adjusts to its new diet that burns fat. A ketogenic diet may lead to a drop in physical performance. These are the results from a review of research that looked at ketogenic diets' effects on physical performance.

...anaerobic (ie, weight lifting or sprint) performance is hampered by the lack of glycogen levels in muscles induced by a ketogenic diet which would prevent its use in most conditions of competitive athletics. If you're an athlete, and your ability to perform at 100% is essential to your job (or job, if you are a professional) in the off-season, then a change of plan might not be the most effective choice.
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