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People interested in low carbohydrate diets for health reasons

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@marquee
1 month ago
OMG it's my lucky day. I cracked four eggs into a pan and three of them were double-yolks.
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@marquee
1 month ago
Vitamin D is made from cholesterol. Your body must have vitamin D to absorb calcium and promote bone growth. Too little vitamin D results in soft bones in children (rickets) and fragile, misshapen bones in adults (osteomalacia). You also need vitamin D for other important body functions. It helps regulate the immune system and the neuromuscular system. Vitamin D also plays major roles in the life cycle of human cells. Saturated fats and cholesterol are very important for the human body and sh
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@marquee
1 month ago
For most people this is ideal. PP: Prioritize Protein CC: Control Carbs FF: Fill with Fat Image from Dr Ted Naiman on Twitter @tednaiman
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@marquee
1 month ago
There is no requirement to consume carbohydrate in the human diet. Some glucose is required by the brain and red blood cells and this need is adequately met through gluconeogenesis, the process of manufacturing glucose on demand from triglycerides (body fat).
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@musiq
2 months ago
Just tried butter coffee, this is really good! I don't normally add anything to my coffee, but this one was worth it. To make it, just add some butter to your black coffee. It tastes very smooth but doesn't blur the coffee like when you add milk or cream. And I feel full because of the fat. Try it!
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@kraftwerk
2 months ago
https://carnivoreaurelius.com/veganism-religious-roots/
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@kraftwerk
2 months ago
I get my energy from 75% fat and 25% protein, carbs <10g/day
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@kraftwerk
2 months ago
https://carnivoreaurelius.com/carnivore-diet/
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@kraftwerk
2 months ago
me and my girlfriend healed autoimmune diorders with a 100% carnivore diet. this diet has restored our memory and we are more concentrated and focused than ever before...no more excessive sweating. no more insomnia. no more lack of drive.
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@marquee
2 months ago
If you're eating excess carbohydrate (defined as when your glycogen stores are full) then that energy is converted to body fat in a process called de novo lipogensis. Insulin plays a major part in this process. If you are doing regular *high intensity* weight training then you will be depleting glycogen stores in the muscle and can afford to eat more carbs without storing body fat. If you're not weight training hard, and eating lots of carbs, your waistline will be expanding.
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@marquee
3 months ago
Did you binge on sweet sugary foods or alcohol recently? Don't worry. Better if you don't, but if you did, empty out some glycogen by doing some high intensity exercise (research what that really means) and get back to your low-carb diet. If you want to, you can also fast for 24 hrs to get your hormones back under control, specifically insulin and glucagon. You will be back on track in a very short period of time. Humans evolved in alternating states of feasting and fasting.
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@marquee
3 months ago
Are you on a low carb diet? Let us know why you decided to try it and whether you decided to go for high fat or high protein.
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