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The Keto Diet Explained For Type 2 Diabetes

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The Keto Diet Explained For Type 2 Diabetes

What is Keto The Ketogenic (keto) diet, high in fat and low in carbs, can change the way your body stores and uses energy, easing diabetes symptoms. With the keto diet, your body converts fat, instead of sugar, into energy. While it can be very well argued that keto is our first and primal diet, the modern understanding and use of the keto was in 1924 as a treatment for epilepsy. It has now been largely accepted and studied that the effects are beneficial to type 2 diabetics too. This is done by improved blood glucose (sugar) levels while also...

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Keto Hydro & Enduro Plus

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Keto Hydro & Enduro Plus

HydroPlus provides electrolytes and nutritional support for everyday activity and hydration. With the added benefits of BCAA’s , Glutamine, and protein making HydroPlus the standout zero carb hydration drink on the market. Use HydroPlus daily to meet your electrolyte and mineral needs during adaptation and beyond as a daily supplement and low-intensity training. 1 scoop into 500 -750ml water provides a great tasting refreshing drink, in either Berry or Lemon-Lime flavour.   EnduroPlus EnduroPlus is formulated for long days and hard racing. With a perfect balance of electrolytes, amino acids, and carbs you can power your way through the toughest...

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A quick Athletes Guide to Nutrition and Keto Nutrition Supplements

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A quick Athletes Guide to Nutrition and Keto Nutrition Supplements

Getting started does take a bit of planning so here is a simple guide to the order of straps to get you going. Start with your daily nutrition plan The four to six weeks when making the shift to Keto are the nutritional transition point and may or may not come with some challenges as your body is not truly starting to adapt. As energy requirements are different for active people and will change day to day based on duration and intensity of training,  rather than focus on hitting a specific number of grams each day, track your keto diet...

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What are Exogenous Ketones

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What are Exogenous Ketones

Exogenous means, made outside or external, so its a scientific way of saying ketones that were made, not produced by the body, these are called endogenous ketones. The great thing is that our bodies accept and use Exogeonus ketone just the same as Endogenous,  and we can use them to help us get into and stay in ketosis fast. Unfortunately, Exogenous ketones aren’t a magic ‘bullet” allowing people to eat a carb-heavy diet, and expect magic to happen.  There are people who associate using exogenous ketones with, ‘I'm going to burn fat,' without making any changes to their daily eating....

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Should I be taking supplements?

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Should I be taking supplements?

The use of supplements can assist with meeting your electrolyte and nutrition needs, particularly when starting out.  You can do a triathlon on a mountain bike, but it's not very efficient or fast! The same is true when considering supplement use. It is not required to use any supplements on a Keto approach but if you want to adapt quickly and perform at your best during activity supplementing will make all the difference. Supplements should be just that, supplements, and should not make up your whole or majority of food for the day. When used in conjunction with a keto...

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