Feb 23, 2022
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A M P S
00:00 - Overview on who this video is for.
01:21 - The first step is the 20% rule. The average American
consumes 300-400 grams of carbohydrates per day. 88% of Americans
are metabolically unhealthy. How many carbohydrates do you need to
eat in order to get into ketosis? 50 grams on average, but you want
to gradually get there with this simple rule.
Day 1: 250 grams of total carbohydrates
Day 2: 200 grams of total carbohydrates
Day 3: 150 grams of total carbohydrates
Day 4: 100 grams of total carbohydrates
Day 5: 50 grams of total carbohydrates or less (Ketosis is
04:00 The real cause of the keto flu, and common symptoms on
the keto diet.
04:43 The second step, follow the 2/2/2/2 rule. As you drop
glucose and insulin levels with the 20% rule of reduction, your
body needs dietary fat as an alternative fuel source otherwise your
brain will begin to panic and send the body intense signals of
Here's the 2/2/2/2 rule. Every day, consume the following
until ketosis is achieved.
2 Tablespoons of olive oil or avocado oil
2 Tablespoons of coconut oil or MCT oil
2 Tablespoons of grass fed butter or ghee
2 Teaspoons of sea salt
Study shows the MCT oil caprylic acid helps the body produce
more ketones than any other MCT oil:.
07:22 The real cause of the keto flu, and why electrolytes are
important on keto.
How do you increase ketones? Add in two cups of coffee each
morning. This study in the Canadian Journal of Physiology &
Pharmacology showed caffeine intake increases plasma ketones.
09:16 How to test for ketones.
The three method for testing ketones are..
Beta Hydroxy Butyrate (BHB): blood finger prick
Acetoacetate: Urine strips
Acetone: Breath meters
11:10 The optimal ranges for glucose and ketones.
Fasted Blood Glucose: 70-90 mg/dL
Blood Ketones: 0.8 – 2.8 mmol/L
1 Hour Post Prandial:
Blood Ketones 0.8 – 2.8 mmol/L
Blood Glucose: 120 mg/dL or below
2 Hours Post Prandial:
Blood Ketones 0.8 – 2.8 mmol/L
Blood Glucose: 100 mg/dL or below
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