Ketosis vs keto adapted - Ketovangelist

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Aaron Richmond: I am sorry to correct you but as many people here are stated the brain can not use triglycerides as fuel. They are bound albumin in plasma and can not cross the blood-brain barrier. The brain can use 2 and only 2 sources of fuel...Glucose and Ketone Bodies. Nothing else.

Please before you present people with "facts" do your research first.

Here is the link to the National Center for Biotechnology Information that explains the brain's biochemistry..

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK22436/

Laurie Cloonan: Thank you.

Sandy A. Gaitán: glucose under 8o and ketones
0.5 up to 2.0 are good #'s

Renee C.: I can't help being awesome! 😉 I just found your channel and am a new subscriber. I think you are pretty awesome too! 😊

Michael 732: BING! I get it now. thank you.

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

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.

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