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Keto Diet: How to Lose Weight Fast With This Super Ketogenic Diet Menu Without Getting Hungry + 10 Delicious Keto Recipes Learn How to Feed Yourself With a Keto Diet Menu on the Right and Simple Way The "normal" state of body metabolism is called glycolysis, where carbohydrates are burned as energy. The long and short is that when your body is in carbohydrate burning m Keto Diet: How to Lose Weight Fast With This Super Ketogenic Diet Menu Without Getting Hungry + 10 Delicious Keto Recipes Learn How to Feed Yourself With a Keto Diet Menu on the Right and Simple Way The "normal" state of body metabolism is called glycolysis, where carbohydrates are burned as energy. The long and short is that when your body is in carbohydrate burning mode, it will use all available carbohydrates for energy before touching on stored fat. But the ketosis diet is different because your body is already prepared to burn fat, and this is great news for anyone who is trying to lose weight and have better health. Eating fat to burn fat may seem strange, but it actually makes all sense and is what promises ketogenic diets. In the course of this article we will understand how this happens and why these diets have become common recently. The ketogenic diet has existed since the 1920s when it was developed in the United States to be used in the treatment of refractory epilepsy in children, ie cases of difficult treatment. However, it fell into disuse with the advent of new anticonvulsant drugs in the 1940s. Today, ketogenic diets are used by many people for the purpose of weight and fat loss in the treatment of metabolic syndrome, obesity, diabetes and even cancer. But what exactly is a ketogenic diet, how does it work, what are its benefits and what is the best menu to follow? Let's understand each of these points next. What is the ketogenic diet? Diets usually recommended by nutritionists include carbohydrates as the main source of calories, followed by protein sources and lastly fats, forming the famous food pyramid. However, depending on the purpose of each person, this diet may not be the most appropriate. In ketogenic diets, the scheme is reversed, the energy source is mainly derived from fats, while the carbohydrates are ingested in minimal amounts. Protein should be consumed in moderate amounts. This balance leads to a change in how cells get energy in the body. The shortage in carbohydrate supply forces the liver to break down the fat from food and adipose tissue into fatty acids and ketone bodies to obtain energy, increasing levels of the latter in the blood, hence the name ketogenic diet. How does the ketogenic diet work in weight loss? At the beginning of carbohydrate deprivation, the first stock of mobilized energy is glycogen, present in the liver. Glycogen is nothing more than a complex carbohydrate that can be easily broken into glucose to be released into the blood. Decreasing blood sugar levels without replenishment by feeding leads to the release of glucagon, the hormone that promotes the breakdown of glycogen. When all of the glycogen is consumed, the body starts to get energy from the lipids, both from food and adipose tissue. When fats are used as the main energy source, a favorable calorie balance (ingesting fewer calories than daily demand) leads to the burning of the stocks, that is, the body starts to consume the fat present in the adipose tissue to achieve energy and the resulting effect is what most people want, the loss of that fat that bothers and preserves lean mass. As already mentioned, this breakdown of fats leads to the formation of ketone bodies that will be used by the cells in obtaining energy, and which will characterize the ketogenic state. One question that may arise at this point is: even without carbohydrate intake, should blood glucose not remain at adequate levels? Yes, otherwise hypoglycemic seizures may occur and may have serious consequences.


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Keto Diet: How to Lose Weight Fast With This Super Ketogenic Diet Menu Without Getting Hungry + 10 Delicious Keto Recipes Learn How to Feed Yourself With a Keto Diet Menu on the Right and Simple Way The "normal" state of body metabolism is called glycolysis, where carbohydrates are burned as energy. The long and short is that when your body is in carbohydrate burning m Keto Diet: How to Lose Weight Fast With This Super Ketogenic Diet Menu Without Getting Hungry + 10 Delicious Keto Recipes Learn How to Feed Yourself With a Keto Diet Menu on the Right and Simple Way The "normal" state of body metabolism is called glycolysis, where carbohydrates are burned as energy. The long and short is that when your body is in carbohydrate burning mode, it will use all available carbohydrates for energy before touching on stored fat. But the ketosis diet is different because your body is already prepared to burn fat, and this is great news for anyone who is trying to lose weight and have better health. Eating fat to burn fat may seem strange, but it actually makes all sense and is what promises ketogenic diets. In the course of this article we will understand how this happens and why these diets have become common recently. The ketogenic diet has existed since the 1920s when it was developed in the United States to be used in the treatment of refractory epilepsy in children, ie cases of difficult treatment. However, it fell into disuse with the advent of new anticonvulsant drugs in the 1940s. Today, ketogenic diets are used by many people for the purpose of weight and fat loss in the treatment of metabolic syndrome, obesity, diabetes and even cancer. But what exactly is a ketogenic diet, how does it work, what are its benefits and what is the best menu to follow? Let's understand each of these points next. What is the ketogenic diet? Diets usually recommended by nutritionists include carbohydrates as the main source of calories, followed by protein sources and lastly fats, forming the famous food pyramid. However, depending on the purpose of each person, this diet may not be the most appropriate. In ketogenic diets, the scheme is reversed, the energy source is mainly derived from fats, while the carbohydrates are ingested in minimal amounts. Protein should be consumed in moderate amounts. This balance leads to a change in how cells get energy in the body. The shortage in carbohydrate supply forces the liver to break down the fat from food and adipose tissue into fatty acids and ketone bodies to obtain energy, increasing levels of the latter in the blood, hence the name ketogenic diet. How does the ketogenic diet work in weight loss? At the beginning of carbohydrate deprivation, the first stock of mobilized energy is glycogen, present in the liver. Glycogen is nothing more than a complex carbohydrate that can be easily broken into glucose to be released into the blood. Decreasing blood sugar levels without replenishment by feeding leads to the release of glucagon, the hormone that promotes the breakdown of glycogen. When all of the glycogen is consumed, the body starts to get energy from the lipids, both from food and adipose tissue. When fats are used as the main energy source, a favorable calorie balance (ingesting fewer calories than daily demand) leads to the burning of the stocks, that is, the body starts to consume the fat present in the adipose tissue to achieve energy and the resulting effect is what most people want, the loss of that fat that bothers and preserves lean mass. As already mentioned, this breakdown of fats leads to the formation of ketone bodies that will be used by the cells in obtaining energy, and which will characterize the ketogenic state. One question that may arise at this point is: even without carbohydrate intake, should blood glucose not remain at adequate levels? Yes, otherwise hypoglycemic seizures may occur and may have serious consequences.

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