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12 thoughts on “The Ketogenic Diet Explained For Beginners

  1. What about vegetarien or vegan alternatives to all these recommended foods? Is there any way a vegetarian could get into ketosis without ending up in a fad diet and nutritional deficit?

  2. No only does you body become efficient at burning fat as fuel it also becomes very efficient at burning lean muscle too.

  3. im 40 don't exercise and eat 5000 calories a day. I keep my brain active at all time. I drink lots of water. I have healthy gut bacteria and most importantly I maintain lean muscle mass. Sitting down is your biggest problem. just watch TV standing up, keep busy doing thing. eat lots of fatty foods. stretch and as I said be for keep your brain active at all times drink water.

  4. Not true for those that want to muscle build and for athletes. Check out Keto Savage. Also, this diet can be great for other athletes. Video on keto endurance athlets from a researcher who studies the keto diet. https://youtu.be/JgU8z-h3IKY

  5. watch this while eating goat cheese and walnuts 😀 but overall hard to imagine how to follow this diet while trying to not eat too much meat (i'm a flexitarian)

  6. I got this wrong. I've been eating fruits because I thought they were allowed and I've also had peas and just bought carrots today only to find out they're not allowed.

  7. Had never heard about ketogenic diets being counter-productive to muscle building. Good to know. So much mis-information out there concerning this topic.

  8. Calorie deficit or "CALORIE REDUCTION" IS STILL KING. Fasting? Keto Diet? Eating less calories than you need is mandatory. CALORIE REDUCTION IS STILL KING no matter what you do.

  9. I had heard how carbohydrates were linked with weight gain as well as generally to keep away from carbohydrates, in spite of this had by no means contemplated using them to lose weight. The central idea behind the 4 cycle fat loss strategy is to really train your body to reduce fat for energy instead of just carbohydrate. It’s built around research into the very high carb eating habits of the Japanese as well as their remarkable long-life expectancy. The research validate the fact that it’s their higher carb-cycling day-to-day diet practice that can help to keep on being healthier into old age with a reduced body mass index (lesser incidence of unhealthy weight).Read even more here https://tinyurl.com/ybrell6b

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