5 Ketosis Mistakes That Make You Fat
DescriptionThese are the 5 biggest ketosis mistakes that prevent fat loss. You want to make sure you avoid these common mistakes on the ketogenic diet especially if you're doing it for weight loss. To lose weight on ketogenic diet and to get results you have to be sure that you're not messing up your meals and your recipes especially for beginners. watch this video to understand why keto is not just a low carb diet. 🔥 FREE 6 Week Challenge: https://gravitychallenges.com/home65d4f?utm_source=ytube&utm_term=ketosis Fat Loss Calculator: http://bit.ly/2OWJOO5 Timestamps: #1 Thinking Keto is a Low Carb Diet 0:52 #2 Eating too Many Hidden Carbs 3:12 #3 Dairy 5:13 #4 Eat as Much Keto Food Sources as Wanted 6:38 #5 Not Getting Enough Fat 7:55 So you're following a Ketogenic diet or your just getting started by cutting back on some carbs and you want to get into ketosis and stay there. And the reason is because you want to burn some extra body fat and get really lean without being miserable. And you find out that ketosis is pretty much a state in which your body predominantely starts using fats for fuel in the form of ketone bodies rather than glycogen. So you start following a ketogenic diet and in the beginning your results are pretty good, but then a few weeks in things start to slow down or maybe things come to a complete halt. And if that happened to you or if it's happening to you right now I'm really glad you found this video because today I'm gonna go over the 5 biggest keto mistakes that stop your fat loss and bring you out of ketosis. Some of these mistakes can potentially even make you gain body fat rather than lose it, so you really want to make sure that you avoid all 5 at all costs. Let's start with mistake number one, thinking that the ketogenic diet is simply a low carb diet. I know that this doesn't sound too bad but this is one of the biggest mistakes because people are very quick to identify carbs as the culprit responsible for their higher body fat percentage. Then usually the second macronutrient that people identify with gaining weight and storing body fat is fat. And those of you that have been doing keto for even a little while now know how important eating fat is for you to get into ketosis and maintain your energy levels while burning your own body fat. However, the last macronutrient that most people would never consider slowing or stoping fat loss is protein. I mean afterall protein is the all worshiped macro of the entire fitness and health industry, how can protein ruin ketosis. Well I'm here to tell you that having too much protein can and will take you out of ketosis. The ketogenic diet is not a low carb diet it is a combination of a low carb, high fat, and moderate protein diet. The reason why your protein intake should not exceed a low to moderate level is because if you have too much protein your body will turn the protein in to blood sugar in your liver through a process known as gluconeogenesis. In this process not only do you increase your blood sugar but you can also spike your insulin levels, and in case you don't know insulin is your fat storage hormone. Once your body has the option of using the blood sugar or glucose for energy it will choose that over your fat stores and you will stop burning fat. So to prevent this you can go get a glucometer and ketone blood test strips and constantly test yourself, which may actually help for some of you. But for those of you that don't want to be bothered just make sure you keep your protein intake below 20 percent of your total daily calories. Many people following the ketogenic diet would say that you have to go even lower than that like 15 percent of your total daily calories and others will say you can go higher and have 25 percent of your total calories from protein, however if you stick between a range of fifteen and twenty percent you should have no trouble getting in to ketosis and staying there. Make sure you don't make this mistake remember the ketogenic diet is not only lower carb diet it's a high fat, moderate protein, low carb diet. And when the it's done correctly thats when it'll help you melt the fat from your body. Moving on mistake number two is a mistake that I made when I first tried to follow a keto diet and that mistake was accidentally eating too many hidden carbs. With this diet plan you only want five to a maximum of ten percent of your total daily calories coming from carbs. For most people this is going to wind up being under thirty or even twenty five grabs of carbs per day. And let me tell you from experience even when you're trying not to, it's so easy to accidentally eat 25 grams of carbs. Very rarely will someone grab a piece of bread, or make a bowl of pasta while following this plan. However there are many snacks and processed foods that might lure you in because it says sugar free on the front of the box.