Do Calories Matter When Doing the Ketogenic Diet?

Do Calories Matter When Doing the Ketogenic Diet?

Do Calories Matter When Doing the Ketogenic Diet?

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so I had another question do calories actually matter on keto let’s talk about that the answer is yes and no not all calories are treated equally by your hormones the endocrine system biochemically they’re not treated the same I’ll go into that so it’s false that a calorie is a calorie and all you need to do is lower your calories and you’re going to lose weight that is not true for example certain specific types of calories trigger different hormones I’m talking about cortisol I’m talking about insulin growth hormone so that can have a huge effect whether you lose weight or you don’t lose weight just by the type of calorie you’re consuming carbohydrates definitely will increase insulin insulin blocks keto protein can also increase insulin especially if you have it in large amounts and especially if it’s lean protein low fat protein interesting fat has the least effect on insulin which means it has the least effect of stopping your ketosis now carbs are pretty much 100% used as fuel in the body protein is a partial fuel use and partial body replacement so you need protein to replace your your muscles your hair your nails your skin so not all of its used for energy same thing with fat part of it is used for body parts like brain and nerve tissue the cell membranes and part of it is used for fuel so that’s a difference right there keto is low carbohydrate calories moderate protein calories and higher fat calories so if you wanted to lose weight and your metabolism is slow and you have a thyroid problem and you’re menopausal and you can’t sleep and you’re under a lot of stress okay in that situation you are going to have to lower your fat calories we want to increase the fat calories at first to get your body to adapt to fat-burning to make it easy so you can do in a minute fasting longer once you’re in fat-burning you want to cut down the fat we don’t want to use your dietary fat as fuel we want to use your own body fat as the fuel source so if you have too much about that could prevent you from losing your own fat even though you’re in ketosis okay so we do one that lower the fat and we do want to reduce the frequency of eating possibly to one meal a day do it on the gradual maybe two meals a day and then shorten the window to four hours and three hours and two hours and then one hour of eating so you have now 23 hours of fasting okay that’s what you would want to do so the question do calories matter on keto certain calories do with certain circumstances hey guys I want to talk about these two books right here okay I want to explain it this book right here is a very short book it explains why to do keto and how to do it it’s filled with pictures you can get through this in 45 minutes real quick just very important to know the details the basics of how to do it now this book the new body type guide should have been called be on keto because I rarely find someone that has just a weight problem they usually have a lot of other body problems and in this book I cover all the reasons why keto and intermittent fasting might not work for you we go into the body types we go into inflammation we go into stress hardcore and what to do about it so if you want to maximize your results you definitely want to get this one right here okay so my goal is to get you to do keto correctly and what I mean by that is do it healthily it’s called healthy ketosis so we can avoid all the issues that happen with transitioning the fat-burning keto flu keto fatigue keto rash kidney stones gout etc and right now on my website if you get this you get this at no extra cost I put a link down below check it out

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In this video, Dr. Berg answers the question if calories do actually matter on Ketogenic Diet. The answer is YES and No. Not all calories are (Biochemically) treated equally by your hormones, endocrine system. He also talks about the types of calories and their difference. Certain calories do matter in certain circumstances.

Ketogenic Diet Calories:
• Low Carbohydrates Calories
• Moderate Protein Calories
• High Fat Calories

Trying to Lose Weight with Slow Metabolism
• Lower Fat Calories
• Reduce Frequency of Eating

Certain calories affect the biochemistry and endocrine system differently. This is what is omitted when looking at calories.

So I had another question, do calories actually matter on keto (ketogenic diet). Lets talk about that. The answer is yes and no. Not all calories are treated equally by your hormones the endocrine system. Biochemically they are not treated the same. I’ll go into that. So it is falls that a calorie is a calorie and all you needed to do is lower your calories and you are gonna lose weight. It is not true. For example, certain specific types of calories trigger different hormones. I am talking about cortisol, i am talking about insulin, growth hormone. So that could have huge effect whether you lose weight or you don’t lose weight just by the type of calorie you are consuming. Carbohydrates definitely will increase insulin. Insulin blocks keto. Protein can also increase insulin especially if you have it in large amounts and especially if it’s a lean protein, Low Fat protein. Interesting! Fat has the least effect on insulin which means it has the least effect of stopping your ketosis. Now carbs is pretty much a hundred percent used as a fuel in the body. Protein is a partial protein used and partial body replacement. So you need protein to replace your muscles, hair, nails, skin and not all of it is used for energy. Same thing with fat, part of it is used in the body parts like brain, nerve tissue, the cell membranes and part of it is used for fuel. So that is the difference right there. Keto is a low carbohydrate calories, moderate protein calories, and higher fat calories. So if you wanted to lose weight and your metabolism is slow and you have a thyroid problem, you are menopausal and you can’t sleep, and you are in a lot of stress. In that situation, you are gonna have to lower your fat calories. We want to increase your fat calories at first to get your body to adapt to fat burning to make it easy so you can do intermittent fasting longer. Once you are in fat burning, you want to cut down the fat. We don’t want to use your dietary fat as fuel, we want to use your own body fat.

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