Ketosis vs keto adapted - Ketovangelist

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Delina: Great info - Thank you! On average, for a post-menopausal woman, how long does it take for the switch to happen?

GetMeThere1: But what about "cheating?" I'm probably keto-adapted. I've been heavily intermittent (1 small ultra-low carb meal a deal -- or only water or broth sometimes for a couple of days) every day for three weeks. I have a ketonix breath meter, and I read in the upper 50's late in the day/night, and upper 60's in the morning (which, by their estimates, is heavily keto). I will stay this way (<<20g. carbs + as much fasting as seems "healthy") until I lose the weight I want to (probably about 120 lbs. at current weight). After that, my plan is to continue on a solid keto diet forever -- clearly STAY in ketosis -- and include occasional fasting -- because I enjoy fasting. I'll also intermittent fast "just because" -- it's always tempting to skip meals when you're really burning fat, as I am now. BUT, at that point (a lean person, remaining keto), I have told myself I will allow some cheating -- not the ridiculous kind, but, for example, occasionally with friends eating a meal out that has some (but not A LOT) of carbs over my allowance. Or perhaps a once a year celebration, with a small piece of cake. That sort of thing. I would think, given a long history (by that time) of being solidly keto adapted, that I would regain my adaptation pretty quickly -- a day or two -- after such a lapse. Am I correct about that?

El Buen Gusto: how do you know if your muscles are using ketone for fuel?

AdiandDavetta Poturović: what about intermittent fasting while on keto? thx

Nicole Romero: Super helpful and easy to understand!!

INTERNET BULLY: Hi, why can't I eat any carb I want as long as it is under the amount of grams? (20-50 grams) I would still stay away from processed stuff but I am talking a banana, an apple or clutch the pearls a small potato? If the answer is I can't eat any carb i want i would just like to know the science behind it. Thanks so much!

Cell m8: I lost the track after one minute

r Negoro: ........ How can your muscles use fat ?

Lori DeMann: This is the BEST explaination of the difference between ketosis and keto-adapted, you rock!

Brian Tristam Williams: 0.5 to 3.0, not 5.0. And 10.0 is not an order of magnitude above 5.0. Order of magnitude means 10x.

Destiney Torres: What are the benefits or consequences to your brain using ketones as its primary energy source?

Good-Stuff: Great explanation. Thank you.
Are you keto-adapted: if so, about how long would you say it took you?

legendzfall: When I test with KetoStyx, it's all over the place, I'm getting readings of anywhere between .5 and 12 mmol/L ......I'm confused.

Gabi Solis: I like these videos but the little way he looks at the camera at the beginning of the video... Ew

nycgemini7222: Another didactic video..thank you. So with this concept in mind, would it be safe to say that once the body is fully adapted (nutritional ketosis), those lethargic/ low energy days will be totally nonexistent? Or can there still be a day here and there where energy levels are shot? Thanks kindly in adv. for your response.

Nurit Muchnik: The brain can use only glucose and/or ketons. it can't use fat.

nycgemini7222: When you say it takes time to become keto adapted what do you mean like 2-3 weeks? Or longer ?

amirbiogene: Good info, but if I recall brain can not absorb triglycerides and will only use ketone bodies and then converts them to other carriers or lipids.

Phillip Mayne: Ok...when do you know you are keto adapted, rather than only in ketosis?

schwantz037: Finding the keto strips pretty useless. Anyone using keto meters? Would you recommend?

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