Can I Drink Alcohol on Keto (Ketogenic Diet)?

Can I Drink Alcohol on Keto (Ketogenic Diet)?

Can I Drink Alcohol on Keto (Ketogenic Diet)?

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so I recently had a question about alcohol can I drink on a keto in in a minute fasting plan because after all you know at zero carbs and I’m not going to do wine or beer I’m just gonna do hard liquor so even the dietary guidelines about the USDA said that you know one drink a day for women and two drinks a day for men so it can’t be that bad that’s pretty much drinking in moderation and there’s probably certain antioxidants in the alcohol so it shouldn’t hurt me too bad right well let’s just take a look at a couple things okay so alcohol even no certain types of alcohol is zero carbohydrates it it’s a solvent it acts as a poison or a toxin to the liver it kills liver cells it kills brain cells it leads to a fatty liver in fact ninety to a hundred percent of alcoholics have a fatty liver and then that leads to inflammation and then fibrosis and then cirrhosis once cirrhosis sets in which is scar tissue around the liver I think it’s going to be not just difficult to reverse that if not impossible to reverse that so you don’t want to get to that point but alcohol does deplete vitamins especially B vitamins it dehydrates you and it blocks fat-burning okay so it’s gonna knock you out of fat-burning so let’s say for example it’s a Friday night and you drink just kind of realize you’re not going to burn fat for at least 48 hours so the question is can you drink when you’re doing keto well of course you can as long as you’re willing to experience these effects and not burn fat for several days hey you know what I just want to say thank you for watching these videos you made it this far I appreciate your attention and your precious time 

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Dr. Berg talks about alcohol and if you can drink on a ketogenic diet plan and intermittent fasting. Yes, there are alcoholic drinks that are low carb and zero carb, but the alcohol itself is a solvent to the liver, which acts as a poison (toxin) destroying liver and brain cells, eventually causing a fatty liver, inflammation, fibrosis and scar tissue (cirrhosis). It will dehydrate you and deplete B-vitamins and bump you out of fat burning for a few days, BUT…other than that, it’s totally fine.

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