Fruit on a Ketogenic Diet
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hey guys I want to talk about fruit on a ketogenic diet a lot of questions come up with that the answer is no okay let me explain one it has too much sugar even an apple has 19 grams of sugar that’s a median Apple they even came up with something called a Honey Crisp which is only 20 years old and they modified it to the point where it has tremendous amounts of fructose if you consume that Apple it’s incredibly sweet versus apples the original Apple which is kind of very tart pineapples are very very very sweet wild strawberries are not very sweet while blueberries are not very sweet compared to the ones you buy at the store and you never ever ever want to consume fruit juices why because the fiber it is attached is bound to the phytonutrients so you get rid of the fiber you’re getting rid of a lot of the nutrients Plus this juice is pasteurized it’s cooked so anything that potentially could be left is pretty much killed especially the enzymes in that future so you’re basically getting a concentrated concentrated fructose sugar a lot of times they add corn syrup to it right so you don’t want to give your kids the fruit juice you can give your kids fruit because your metabolism is there and it can burn up pretty fast just as an adult I wouldn’t consume much fruit especially for trying to lose weight but you can I recommend berries that’s fine if it’s like in small amounts one half cup to one cup of berries per day but I like to put it in the Calais and I think that’s totally fine now fructose itself just so you know the sugar fructose it can lead to insulin resistance it can lead to a fatty liver and it can spike your blood sugars even more than glucose okay alright thanks for watching hey you probably already subscribed but if you haven’t press this little button down below and I will keep you updated
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Dr. Berg talks about fruit on a ketogenic diet. You should avoid them due to the high sugar content. This especially pertains to juices as well. Some berries are okay – make sure you stick to 1/2 cup to 1 cup per day. Mix them in your kale shake.
Fructose is worse than glucose for creating insulin resistance.
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