Ketosis & Fasting: Why They Are So Effective Together- Thomas DeLauer

Ketosis & Fasting: Why They Are So Effective Together- Thomas DeLauer

Ketosis & Fasting: Why They Are So Effective Together- Thomas DeLauer

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so one of these dogs is ketosis and one of them is fasting si very very similar yet at the same time quite different so what I want to do in this video is I want to help you understand why keto and fasting not in the case of dogs but in the nutritional protocols work so well together you see a lot of people get confused because I talk about ketosis in a lot of videos and then I talk about fasting in a lot of videos I have a ketosis protocol and then I have a fasting protocol but the fact is there are two very different things but they have very similar energy systems that are being utilized in the body and when they work together they can be very effective at burning fat so I’m gonna give you some analogies I’m gonna help you understand the process ok you see it comes down to the fact that fasting is utilizing ketone bodies – you see the whole idea with fasting is we’re trying to get our body to a point in which it has no choice but to create ketones from our stored body fat you see we’re no longer eating so that means our body takes our body fat and takes those fatty acids and turns them into ketones it’s a pretty cool thing so by default when fasting we are in ketosis ok so then with ketosis we are mimicking fasting that’s what’s going on we are mimicking fasting so that we still have the desired outcome of ketones but we’re doing it with calories present by simply removing glucose or carbohydrates so that’s the common denominator that’s how we end up finding it ketosis and fasting have the same common denominator the same underlying factor that we’re looking for for the most success possible when it comes down to fatty acid utilization ketone production and overall feeling really good you see fasting has additional benefits that go in a different direction benefits like autophagy where our cells are recycling and other benefits that are going to help your mental acuity but a lot of them come back to those ketones again whereas ketosis has its whole separate myriad of benefits massive amounts of ketone bodies that we are essentially artificially encouraging the creation of by copious amounts of fat being added into the diet so you see we’re still trying to get the same end result fasting can be a little bit expedited because of course you don’t have calories coming in so in traditional thermodynamics calories in versus calories out plus ketone utilization you’re going to burn more fat simply because your body’s using it from your stored body fat tissue versus creating it from food but this is to clear up a lot of confusion okay now we have to talk about how they work so well together okay because this is really really cool let’s say for example you go on a ketogenic diet you start eating high fat foods low carbohydrate moderate protein okay you’re generating a lot of ketones you’re cranking in ketosis you’re kicking butt you’re taking names and you feel great okay the next logical evolution within this process is to start sprinkling fasting into the mix and this is exactly why fasting should be used intermittently periods of time throughout the week now hear me out on this you’re already in ketosis you’re producing ketones you feel great okay so your body is using the fats from the food you eat for ketones right now then tomorrow you decide to fast so you decide to no longer eat that day but your body is now so pre conditioned to utilizing fats because you’ve been in ketosis that it goes ahead and it starts taking fat more rapidly from your stored body fat because it’s already primed to do so I’ve talked about in other videos the whole priming of the pump similar to like a lawnmower right if you’ve ever had a lawn mower or a two-stroke motor a weed eater a go-kart anything like that you know that you have to prime it so like it’s been sitting for a while you hit that little primer button you press it a few times you get the fuel into the lines and then you pull it and you just start the motor okay that’s essentially what’s happening when you’re on a ketogenic diet and you’re priming your body with higher amounts of fat you have now primed the body to utilize fat so now what happens once it’s using fat and you now deprive yourself of dietary fat the body starts rampantly looking around saying where’s this fat that I’m so accustomed to so it freaks out and it has no choice but to go to its next source of fat which is your body fat no matter how lean you are unless you’re at zero percent then you have a problem okay so that’s the whole premise behind linking ketosis and fasting now if you were to fast every single day in conjunction with ketosis eventually your calories would shrink so much that you probably wouldn’t be able to get all the phytonutrients all the macronutrients that you truly need to sustain good quality life so that’s why you want to be doing a ketogenic diet with sprinkles of fasting here and there now some will say Thomas I’ve seen some of your programs and your fasting programs don’t really utilize ketosis but your ketosis programs don’t utilize fasting well that’s because they’re two totally separate programs but later on can be layered into each other so I want to make sure that there’s no more confusion as to why I talked about each respective diet differently but still interlace them from time to time because at the end of the day ketosis was born from fasting all we are doing with ketosis is trying to elicit the same metabolic effect that we would get from fasting but without fasting so let’s not turn a blind eye to fasting when we’re doing ketosis and let’s not turn a blind eye to ketosis when we’re doing fasting because it’d be bad they’re hypocritical since we’re after the same thing right so hope this clears up that confusion and now you have an understanding of how you may want to do that so I do recommend that you start with three days per week of intermittent fasting whether you’re in ketosis or not and slowly increase from there to a point that feels really good and if you start getting cold hands cold feet consistently that’s a good indicator that you probably need to shrink down the days that you’re fasting that is sort of your body’s thermometer and it’s gonna be your litmus test for if you’re going too far so I want to expand on this topic a little bit more but I need some help from you as to where to go with that so make sure you comment below and let me know based on this video where I should go next in talking about the link between ketosis and fasting because it is this connection that makes things a lot easier for people to really go through with both without being maybe trepidatious of either one so as always keep it locked in here on my channel if you have ideas for future videos also put it in the comment section as well I’ll see you soon

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One of these dogs is ketosis and one of them is fasting. See, very similar, yet at the same time quite different. What I want to do in this video is I want to help you understand why keto and fasting, not in the case of dogs but in nutritional protocols, work so well together.

You see, a lot of people get confused because I talk about ketosis in a lot of videos, and then I talk about fasting in a lot of videos. I have a ketosis protocol, and then I have a fasting protocol, but the fact is, they’re two very different things but they have very similar energy systems that are being utilized in the body, and when they work together, they can be very effective at burning fat.

So I’m going to give you some analogies. I’m going to help you understand the process. You see, it comes down to the fact that fasting is utilizing ketone bodies too. You see, the whole idea with fasting is we’re trying to get our body to a point in which it has no choice but to create ketones from our stored body fat.

You see, we’re no longer eating, so that means our body takes our body fat and takes those fatty acids and turns them into ketones. It’s a pretty cool thing. So by default, when fasting we are in ketosis. So then with ketosis, we are mimicking fasting. That’s what’s going on. We are mimicking fasting so that we still have the desired outcome of ketones, but we’re doing it with calories present by simply removing glucose or carbohydrates.

That’s the common denominator. That’s how we end up finding out that ketosis and fasting have the same common denominator, the same underlying factor that we’re looking for, for the most success possible when it comes down to fatty acid utilization, ketone production and overall feeling really good.

You see, fasting has additional benefits that go in a different direction, benefits like autophagy where our cells are recycling, and other benefits that are going to help your mental acuity, but a lot of them come back to those ketones again, whereas ketosis has its whole separate myriad of benefits; massive amounts of ketone bodies that we are, essentially, artificially encouraging the creation of by copious amounts of fat being added into the diet.

So you see, we’re still trying to get the same end result. Fasting can be a little bit expedited because, of course, you don’t have calories coming in, so in traditional thermodynamics, calories in versus calories out, plus ketone utilization, you’re going to burn more fat simply because your body is using it from your stored body fat tissue versus creating it from food.

But this is to clear up a lot of confusion. Now, we have to talk about how they work so well together, because this is really, really cool. Let’s say, for example, you go on a ketogenic diet. You start eating high fat foods, low carbohydrate, and moderate protein. You’re generating a lot of ketones. You’re cranking in ketosis, you’re kicking butt, you’re taking names, and you feel great.

The next logical evolution within this process is to start sprinkling fasting into the mix, and this is exactly why fasting should be used intermittently periods of time throughout the week. Now hear me out on this. You’re already in ketosis, you’re producing ketones, you feel great. Okay, so your body is using the fats from the food you eat for ketones right now.

Then, tomorrow, you decide to fast, so you decide to no longer eat that day but your body is now so preconditioned to utilizing fats because you’ve been in ketosis that it goes ahead and it starts taking fat more rapidly from your stored body fat because it’s already primed to do so.

I’ve talked about in other videos the whole priming of the pump, similar to like a lawn mower. If you’ve ever had a lawn mower or a two-stroke motor, a weed eater, a go cart, anything like that, you know that you have to prime it. It’s been sitting for a while, you hit that little primer button. You press it a few times, you get the fuel into the lines, and then you pull it and you start the motor.

That’s essentially what’s happening when you’re on a ketogenic diet and you’re priming your body with higher amounts of fat. You have now primed the body to utilize fat. So now what happens once it’s using fat and you now deprive yourself of dietary fat? The body starts rampantly looking around saying, “Where’s this fat that I’m so accustomed to?” So it freaks out, and it has no choice but to go to its next source of fat, which is your body fat, no matter how lean you are. Unless you’re at 0%, then you have a problem.

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