What is “Too Much” Fat on Keto (ketogenic diet)?

What is “Too Much” Fat on Keto (ketogenic diet)?

What is “Too Much” Fat on Keto (ketogenic diet)?

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start a question for you what is too much fat on a ketogenic diet this comes up over and over and over again like how much Factor I need to consume in their mind 75% of your calories need to be fat is a tremendous amount of fat and they’re a little bit freaked out because they don’t want to die of a heart attack or a clogged artery so let’s just kind of cover that so we need to create a balance of just the right amount of fat versus too much fat okay if you have hypoglycemia if you have low blood sugars you’re gonna need more fat because your your main problem is you can’t go from one meal to the next without being very hungry so if there’s a blood sugar issue it’s gonna take more fat because we want to add enough fat to go from one meal to the next if you’re eating too much fat what’s gonna happen it’s gonna overload the liver and gallbladder and the pancreas because see the gallbladder breaks down the fat into a small these small particles but the pancreas releases an enzyme called lipase which takes it from that small particle down into the smallest particle so if you’re have a blood sugar issue and your pancreas is exhausted or you’re diabetic you’re not going to be able to produce as many enzymes thereby stressing the body so when you have too much fat you’re gonna feel more bloated nauseous you’re gonna have more right full sensation on over the gallbladder on the right side through here it’s gonna stem up to the right shoulder blade through here to the neck headache maybe the eye and might even create tension you up your neck word causes pain on the right arm I’ve seen that as well so in the beginning you’re gonna need a little bit more fat because you haven’t fully adapted the switch between sugar burning and fat burning isn’t clean enough now when you do this over a long period of time you’re going to switch very easily to fat burning sugar burning back and forth so the need for fat is going to be less and less but here’s the thing if you have too much fat the fat that you’re burning that’s coming out through ketones in your urine could be the dietary fat not necessarily your own fat so even though you’re in ketosis you’re not losing weight because you’re burning mostly their dietary fat and not your own fat but if you keep doing it and you keep adjusting the fat to the sweet spot where you can go from one meal to the next comfortably and not overdo it with the fats you’ll start tapping it into the fat on your body and this dietary fat won’t be an issue it won’t interfere with your ability to really get into a full ketosis where you’re burning off your fat and one last mistake that a lot of people make when there’s when you start ketosis is they they don’t do in a minute fasting they will have this idea they can have unlimited fat so they make these little cookies out of the fat like called keto bombs and they’re just picking out on these things in between the meals at the meals at night and they’re wondering it’s not working I’m not losing weight so that’s just because they’re fat they’re burning is the dietary fat and at their own fat so you want to combine in a minute fasting with the ketosis not go crazy with the fats but have enough to get you from one meal to the next and if you have blood sugars you can need a little bit more but as you do this over time it’ll be easier and you can cut down in some of the fats and you’ll feel comfortable and you won’t be hungry and you’ll lose weight all right thanks for watching hey thank you so much for watching keep spreading the word and share this video

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Dr. Berg answers the question, how much is “too much” fat on a keto (ketogenic diet)? This is a balance of enough versus too much and getting your sweet spot (no pun intended). If you have hypoglycemia (low blood sugars) you will need a bit more to go from one meal to the next. However, you also need to make sure you do not have too much, thus overloading the gallbladder and causing (bloating, right shoulder pain, etc). Also, if you consume too much fat, esp. between meals or after meals, you will end up burning dietary fat and NOT your own fat despite being in ketosis. This is why I recommend always doing intermittent fasting with ketosis. So in other words – you’ll have to adjust your fats until it’s just right – no gallbladder issues, but allowing you to go from one meal to the next. If you are new to this, you may want to get my booklet or even my bigger book either on the website – drberg.com or amazon. On my website – you can get both as a discount, but not on amazon.

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