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  • My Experience With the Ketogenic Diet

    My Experience With the Ketogenic Diet





    I have been on the ketogenic diet for more than 7 months now and I wanted to tell you about the first results, side, and positive effects.

    I heard about the keto diet for the first time relatively recently, my trainer in the gym advised me this diet when we made up the next program for me.


    The point of this diet is to change metabolism from getting energy from carbohydrates to getting energy from ketones - fat breakdown products.
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    Last edited by Harry Towe; 11-14-2020, 03:42 PM.

  • The Immune System - How the Keto Diet Affects Immunity: Modern Research, My Experience, and Tips






    How does the keto diet affect the immune system and does it affect it at all? What research is there on this topic?

    Research, experience, and tips for those who have decided to start the keto diet and are thinking about their immunity.







    The effect of the keto diet on viral diseases. Research by scientists

    Keto as a means of fighting viruses

    In this part of the article, I will
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    Last edited by Maria Bates; 11-07-2020, 10:14 AM.

  • Does the Keto Diet Hurt Your Liver? Personal Experience

    Does the Keto Diet Hurt Your Liver? Personal Experience





    “Will the liver fall off because of fat?", people like to ask those who eat butter and lard. I'll tell what happened to my liver when I switched to keto with a diagnosis of hepatitis C.

    In 2014 I did not feel very well for a month and decided to go through several examinations and pass a couple of tests.


    I got results and was shocked: ALT and AST ( liver enzymes - indicators of the state of this organ) exceed normal values by 8-9
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    Last edited by Kevin Bool; 11-04-2020, 11:46 AM.

  • How the Keto Diet Saved Me From Anorexia and Bulimia

    How the Keto Diet Saved Me From Anorexia and Bulimia





    I am 31 years old, almost 12 of them I suffered from anorexia and bulimia.

    We had a difficult relationship with food at home. And it happened just in my childhood. We had a lot of potatoes, pasta, and chemical sausages in our diet. I enjoyed eating pasta with butter and sugar.

    Then gradually my parents came (or rather, returned) to the correct, from today's point of view, diet. This is partly due to the fact that my father was found to have type
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  • Self-test: 9 Months on Keto. My Personal Experience With the Ketogenic Diet





    If someone had told me a year ago that I could easily live for nine months without sugar and almost without carbohydrates, without suffering, I would have laughed. Not possible!

    However, when photos from another trip returned me to the cold reality, I decided to try a serious diet for the first time in my life.

    I didn't like low–calorie systems – it's always a lack of strength and energy, calorie counting works when there is time for it,
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  • The Ketogenic Diet - Why I Decided to Follow It All My Life

    The Ketogenic Diet - Why I Decided to Follow It All My Life





    What associations do you have with the word "diet"?


    I have these:
    • a diet is something short-term
    • a diet is a strict restriction of my menu
    • a diet is a test of willpower
    • a diet is a stress and physical discomfort
    • a diet ends in failure, a rollback to previous levels, and often with weight gain, guilt, and frustration

    And behind all these points are not very pleasant emotions, do you agree?


    Well, the ketogenic
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  • How to Prepare for the Keto Diet and Enter Ketosis - My Personal Experience






    So, there are a few recommendations to start with. I do not specifically describe the principle of the keto diet. There's a lot of information on ketoforhealth.org
    . I will tell you about my experience.

    I am such a person that I do everything at once sometimes it is more difficult but knowing my determination I never deviate from my goals. Of course, I understand that deciding to start being healthy is only 1% of the whole thing.


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    Last edited by Don Martell; 09-03-2020, 09:31 AM.

  • My Keto Experience: My Weight Was 242 Lbs and Now I'm 119 Lbs

    My Keto Experience: My Weight Was 242 Lbs and Now I'm 119 Lbs





    A story about keto and fasting for weight loss


    Once my weight was 242 lbs (110 kilograms)

    As a child, I was very thin. My relatives could see that everything is fine with us. They tried to feed me in every possible way. And it was miraculously successful, I broke the metabolic exchange, and I literally became a crumpet in one summer.

    But neither at school nor at the university, I did not suffer from excess weight, always
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  • What Happens After You Stop the Keto Diet: Personal Experience

    What Happens After You Stop the Keto Diet: Personal Experience





    Many people are wondering: "What happens after keto?" After all, nothing lasts forever, and any diet can be interrupted and transformed.

    Of course, I consider keto not a diet, but a way of life, but people are different and someone may not be as comfortable in ketosis as I am.

    In this article, I will tell you what happens after keto. Moreover, I already have experience with quitting keto. And also, I have determined for myself in what
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    Last edited by Matthew Keating; 08-08-2020, 09:36 PM.

  • Personal Experience: How I Stopped Eating Sugar - My Unsweetened Life

    Personal Experience: How I Stopped Eating Sugar - My Unsweetened Life





    In this article, I'll tell you how to break out of the sugar captivity, why you should do it right now, and how to survive if you have a sweet tooth.



    What is the problem?

    It is no secret, especially for those interested in a healthy lifestyle, that refined sugar is very harmful to health. There was a lot of research, which each time confirmed the thesis that sugar is the "white death".


    But to summarize,
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  • How to Follow the Keto Diet on a Tight Budget - Save Your Money

    How to Follow the Keto Diet on a Tight Budget - Save Your Money





    The arguments in favor of the keto diet can be listed for a long time, but olive oil, whipping cream and good cheese are not cheap. Can I stick to a low-carb, high-fat diet and plan a budget menu? Let's check.

    A competent budget for keto can be covered by a scholarship.

    What are the most frequent promotions in stores? Macaroni, cookies, instant porridge, cottage cheese, and yogurt. It's worth admitting that a carbohydrate diet should be cheaper,
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  • Personal Experience: How I Tried Intermittent Fasting on Myself

    Personal Experience: How I Tried Intermittent Fasting on Myself

    "People spend a quarter of their lives on food. The other three-quarters are for doctors", -

    this phrase is carved on an Egyptian pyramid that was built about six thousand years ago.


    Once, I washed down an apple strudel with "Guinness" and read an Instagram post from the daughter of a famous restaurateur about the miracle diet that became the norm for her. It was about intermittent fasting.

    Biting off another piece of cake, I generously
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