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hey guys I wanted to create this short video on a question that someone had do the type of carbs matter on keto as long as you keep your carbs within 20 to 50 grams does it really matter what type of carbs you should consume and the answer is absolutely yes then what’s more important is to do the low glycemic carbs and if you’re not sure what the low glycemic means I put a link down below to get more data on there so the GI or glycemic index is a scale of all these carbohydrates and the effect that it has on blood Sugar’s so the higher numbers spike blood Sugar’s more than the lower numbers and at 100 you have glucose but there are things that are above 100 like for example Multi dextran okay that’s like between 106 and hundred and thirty-six it’s like way up there so it does matter the quality or the the type of carb that you consume on a keto plan so let’s say for example you’re doing 20 grams of carbs per day but those carbs are you know sugar or high-fructose corn syrup Multi dextran rice puffs potato chips for example or bread a white bread you’d be much better off consuming more carbs berry vegetable carbohydrates and there’s some other ones that are low on the glycemic index so you want to get that chart and study it and stay on the low end because if you’re consuming even smaller amounts of carbs but they have a stronger effect on blood sugars it will not only throw up your blood sugars and prevent you from staying in ketosis but the next day you’re gonna be starving for carbs so recently someone gave me a protein bar which was keto or so-called keto friendly and the problem is the I couldn’t see the ingredients because the rapper was stuck to itself so I couldn’t see underneath it so I said well execute a friendly it’s gonna be fine so I consumed it and the next day I was so hungry in the morning and then I had to go online and I found out the ingredients so the type of carbs were higher in the glycemic index and so it created this spike in blood sugar and then a drop and then the hunger the next day so if you’re trying to do in a minute fasting and you have these hidden sugars it’s gonna make it really hard so the type of carbs do matter stick with the low glycemic and if you’re trying to lose weight you can stay with the higher amount of carbs as long as they’re the right carbs all right guys I’ll see you next video so I want to thank you for being here and watching my videos if you haven’t already subscribed go ahead and do so so you can stay informed of future videos
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In this video, Dr. Berg discussed if do the type of carbs matter on a ketogenic diet plan. And the answer is, absolutely YES. What is more important is to do the low glycemic carbs. The GI or glycemic index is a scale of all these carbohydrates and the effect that it has on blood sugars – the higher number spike the blood sugar more than the lower numbers.
It does matter the quality or the type of carbs that you consume on a ketogenic diet plan because if you are consuming even smaller amounts of carbs but they have a stronger effect on blood sugars, it will not only throw up your blood sugars and prevent you from staying in ketosis but in the next day you’re going to be starving for carbs.
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