Janeth I too am a or was a diabetic heart patient. (4 stints, three heart attacks, an type 2 diabetic with AIC of 8 blood sugars over 200. I too was at the 20 pound mark Oh and I was also on oxygen 24 hours per day due to Pulmonary Hypertension with a life spad of maybe two years more.. I went on a low carb diet than weight watchers for three months and only lost 10 pounds in six months. I decided enough ia enough. I started taking a ingredient potion of natural ingredients @ 1 tablespoon per day and the low carb diet. I have a cardioogist who pushed me but in a gently way and made me really want to get better. He knew that every doctor berfore him had said the same thing loose weight but he retracted that statement instead he said “we are going to get you off that oxygen 24 hours a day.” You see you can’t breathe and can’t exercise with that disease. Well I started my Ketto diet in March and I have lost a total of 40 pounds still on it. I am no longer a diabetic and do not take insulin any longer and I only have to use oxygen at night with a cpape machine which I can only leave on 4 hours a night I take it off in my sleep. All of my doctors and I do have three specialy groups working with me can’t believe how much better I have gotten and ask me how did you do it because it was not the medicine they gave me as most of them gave me bad side effects. I am still on my weight loss journey with Ketto and yes I do struggle like the rest of us but I stop and remind myself of where i started and where I want to get to. Is that extra carb or sugary treat work going back their. I say NO NOT AGAIN. My friends kid me and say your going to wear a bekini to the pool one of these days and constantly tell me I’m getting skinny. I’m loving it. That heps too to let your friend know your diet so they don’t feed you those foods your avoiding. They are envious and want to do the same. I try to encourage them to try Ketto and I would be glad to help, The doctors all ask me what am I doing to get so much better and just scratch their head. Their majical medicine did not work in my case just self determination. You too can do it..
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More good news: Snacks are totally allowed (and I'm not just talking about carrot sticks). There are plenty of packaged options out there designed for keto fans. FATBAR is one of them. These snack bars have 200 calories, 16 grams of fat, and four grams of net carbs. They're also plant-based and are made with almond or cashew butter, cocoa butter, coconut, pea protein, sunflower seeds, and chia seeds.
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It is now a mainstream dietary regime used wih the intent to reduce weight as it is safe for most people, but one should be especially aware of going ketogenic if one takes diabetes medicine, medication for high blood pressure or is breastfeeding. Typical foods include cheese, eggs, fish and seafood, natural fats, meet, vegetables that grow above ground. The key to maintaining the diet is low carb intake - usually with the goal of eating less than 50 grams or even less than 20 grams of carbohydrates per day. The fewer the carbs, the better, usually. Things to avoid include: fruit, potatoes, pasta, beer, bread, soda, chocolate, candy, donuts, etc.
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The aim is to find the level best suited for you. There are two ways to count carbs - you can either count total carbs or net carbs (net carbs are total carbs minus fibre). According to Volek and Phinney, you should not eat more than 50 grams of total carbs (25-30 grams of net carbs) on a ketogenic diet. If your aim is to lose weight or maintain a healthy weight, eating 20-30 grams of net carbs (up to 50 grams of total carbs) is a great way to start. If you want to learn more about total vs net carbs, read this post.
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A: The most common ways to track your carbs is through MyFitnessPal and their mobile app. You cannot track net carbs on the app, although you can track your total carb intake and your total fiber intake. To get your net carbs, just subtract your total fiber intake from your total carb intake. I have written an article on How to Track Carbs on MyFitnessPal.
Hi April, Some people stick to the percentages for each meal, others just do it for the whole day. As long as you aren’t eating all your carbs for the day in one meal, in general it’s fine to just make the macros add up for the day and not necessarily at every meal. If you want to be precise, the only way to know is to enter what you are eating (with the amount) into a tracking tool so that you can get the nutrition info. If you are making low carb / keto recipes from Wholesome Yum, the nutrition info is provided on each recipe card. Hope this helps!