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Awesome Pseudo-Keto for Bodybuilders (Ultra Low Carb)

Real keto is stupid because the low protein leads to muscle loss. This high protein, ultra-low carb has all the advantages without the muscle loss.

"Proper Keto" = FAT = 75%, PRO = 20%, CARB = 5%. Its no wonder that people who do keto “right” lose so much muscle. If you are at a 25% caloric deficit and only have 20% protein, that is simply not enough protein for a hardcore athlete who is destroying their body in every workout. Take me for example, while cutting my daily caloric intake might be 2200 calories, 20% of that is 440 calories or 110grams of protein for my 218 pounds of body weight, roughly half what I need. There has been enough feedback similar to yours though that I am simply going to change the name. I will either call this nutritional style ULC (Ultra Low Carb) or Scoob-eto.

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Low Carb vs High Carb Diet (ft. Alan Aragon)

In this video you'll learn about low carbs vs high carbs diets from a special guest, a well-known master in the nutrition world Alan Aragon.

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Alan is a nutrition researcher and educator with over 20 years of success in the field. He is known as one of the most influential figures in the fitness industry's movement towards evidence-based information. His notable clients include Stone Cold Steve Austin, Derek Fisher, and Pete Sampras.

He writes a monthly research review (AARR) which provides cutting-edge theoretical and practical information in the fields of exercise and nutrition science. Alan's work has been published in popular magazines as well as the peer-reviewed scientific literature.

He co-authored Nutrient Timing Revisited (, the most-viewed article in the history of the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition. Alan maintains a private practice designing programs for recreational, Olympic, and professional athletes.

Key points from the video:

- Carbohydrate intake will greatly depend on what type of sporting activities you're involved in. Activities that involve high intensity elements, near maximal efforts and a lot of anaerobic type of work will have a higher demand for carbohydrate. Carbohydrate produces more ATP per unit of time than dietary fat. - Athletes such as sprinters, team sports, boxing, MMA etc.. have either constant and/or intermittent high intensity bouts within their activity so these athletes benefit from providing a sufficient amount of carbohydrate. - Carbohydrate deprivation isn't a good idea if you're doing a lot of activity. - Because carbs aren't essential for survival a lot of people get confused about the use of carbohydrate in the body. There's a clear distinction between essential for survival and optimizing your diet for high intensity activity. - The current evidence is not in favor of "under-carbing" or certainly going to close to Ketogenic or Ketogenic levels of carbohydrate. - For body-composition / weight loss the research comparing low carb vs high carb typically tends to show superiority of low carb dieting for a simple goal such as weight loss. The reason for that is because that evidence to date almost always fails to match calorie and protein intake. Even the controlled studies that matched calories didn't match protein, which of course makes a huge difference as when people cut out carbs they typically eat more protein. - Once you optimize protein intake and match it between conditions for the goal of fat loss the proportion of carbohydrate and fat makes no meaningful difference. - The only time the carb - fat ratio does make a difference is if you look at training demands and when you factor in athletic performance then it makes a difference. And a higher carbohydrate intake has been shown to be more beneficial. - So essentially setup your calories. Then setup your protein in the range of 1.2g per kg to 2.0g per kg of BW. There's some research indicating even higher than that. If you're overweight it's probably a good idea to base your protein intake on FFM which based on a recent review by Eric Helms comes at 2.3 - 3.1 grams of protein per kg of Lean Body Mass. And this is in a hypo caloric / dieting condition. - When it comes to general diet setup some people will adhere to a calorie deficit better through a low carb diet while others will stay in a calorie deficit easier with a higher carbohydrate intake. It doesn't take a long time to see what works best for you. - It's recommended to test and find out which approach works for you. Give each approach (low carb/high carb) about 1 month. - Setting up the diet according to your food preferences can be the key factor for long-term adherence.

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Low Carb Diet For Weight Loss

Low Carb Diet For Weight Loss. Is Your Best Way To Lose Weight Fast.

For most people, how many carbohydrates they eat will determine whether they are gaining, maintaining or losing weight. Limiting your carbohydrate intake is probably your best weight loss option.

Figuring out what your Carbohydrate Sweet Spot is for Weight Loss can be confusing. We all need to eat nutritious carbs like fruits and vegetables for good health. We want to cut back; however, on the empty calorie carbs like breads, pasta, rice and processed high carbohydrate foods such as soda, cake and cookies. In addition, we have to take into account how active we are. If you’re sitting behind a desk all day you should obviously be eating less carbohydrates then someone doing manual labor all day.

Carbohydrate Guide for Weight Loss:

Fifty (50) to one 100 grams per day is a good range for most people who are moderately active to lose weight. There are about 4 calories per gram of carbohydrates so that would put you in the 200 to 400-calorie range. If you are more active then the average person, then go with 100 grams. If you’re less active, try 50 grams. These 50 to 100 grams is a pretty safe range that will keep you losing weight steadily while keeping you out of ketosis.

One hundred and fifty (150) to 300 grams a day is entering the danger zone for most people. Once you start eating 800 to 1,200 calories a day in the form of carbohydrates you will most like be slowly and consistently gaining weight. Unfortunately this is the range I find most people fall into who are trying to lose weight but are failing. The only way you can go that high with your carbs is if you are very active and burning calories all day long.

I do believe that a low to moderate Carb diet is your best way to lose weight fast.

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Low carb for doctors: Explaining low carb in a simple way

How do you make low carb simple for patients? Dr. Unwin explains that carbs break down into surprising amounts of sugar in the body.

In the sixth part of our low carb for doctors series, Dr. Unwin explains how doctors can explain the concept of low carb in simple terms to their patients.

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10 Low Carb Weight Loss Foods – 10 Foods To Lose 10 Kg – Vlogmas 11

10 Low Carb Weight Loss Foods - 10 Foods Which Helped Me Lose 10 Kg/22 lbs with the Low Carb High Fat Ketogenic Diet. Vlogmas Day 11. Foods list for low carb high fat weight loss on the Keto Diet. ** Join the Vlogmas fun! For a new video every day of December subscribe for FREE:

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Puerto Rican Pork Chops | Low Carb Diet | Ketogenic Diet (keto)

I hope you enjoy my easy recipe for pork chop night! Please try it and let me know what you think. This recipe is an easy recipe, great for weight loss, diabetic friendly, Low Carb High Fat, Keto FRIENDLY recipe. This will help keep you in ketosis!

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Hey guys! This is what I eat on a high fat and low carb day. It ended up being around 80g carbs, which is moderate for me and low for most people. Overall calories were just under 2000kcals Blog - IG -

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My high fat low carb diet

This is my brunch for today consist of a pound of bacon and two eggs I don't eat carbs and managed to lose weight and cut body fat into the low teens

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4 Week Keto Diet Weight Loss Results + Low Carb Full Day Of Eating

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