The “KETO” Diet (GOOD OR BAD)

What’s up, guys? Jeff Cavaliere, ATHLEANX.com. Today we’re going to tread in dangerous water, here. We’re going to talk about foods. We’re going to talk about Keto dieting becauseright now I get a lot of questions, and people want to know “What does Jeff think about Ketodieting? ” I always wonder whether it’s that they actuallycare about what I suppose, or they’re just looking, and hoping that I’ll agree with Keto dieting.But you might be surprised by the end of thevideo because I’m not going to come out here and all out rip Keto dieting because for me, at the end of the day, if something works for somebody, and it helps them to get inshape long term, though. That’s my non-negotiable. It’s got to work for you long term. Then I’m happy. The phase of this whole channel was to makesure that you guys are getting information to help you get fit, to help you get healthier, to help you get stronger. So when we talk about ketogenic dieting thefirst thing I want to do is clarify what it is because some people don’t really know exactlywhat it planneds. You’ve heard a good deal about it, but you dontknow exactly what it planneds. It conveys, basically, shifting around yourmacronutrients jolly significantly. Reasonably much, differently from the path a lotof us eat.That is: going to a very high fat nutrition. About 80% of your total calories intake ina day is coming from fat, and fatty roots. Then certainly, really, truly minimise yourcarbohydrate intake down to almost nothing. Less than 5% of your total daily caloriescoming in from light-green, leafy vegetables. None of the more traditional rice, beans, potatoes, returns, breads, sugareds, pasta; none of that nonsense. That’s all out. Then, replenish in the spread about 15% -2 0% of your nutrition from protein. So what that leaves us is a diet that’s richin flesh and fish, heavy creams, seeds, lubricants, nuts, eggs; that’s what you can eat.So whenever I talk about diets the one thingI try to always do is never say “This is the only way to do it.” A lot of beings right now that are espousingthe benefits of ketogenic dieting are saying “This is the only way to be, and this is thehealthies way to be, and this is the only thing.” That’s total bullshit because guys, I havenever done a date of ketogenic dieting in my entire living and I can stand up here every, single daylight for you guys in the same condition, the same shape, and I’ve never done that.So to say that’s the’ simply’ path to do it isnot true. You guys is a well-known fact that. There are a lot of different ways that peoplecan lose weight, and lose form obesity. So the first thing you have to consider is: what is it that you’re trying to accomplish? Are you trying to do something short term? Because if you are, if you’re trying to getsome short term weight loss not consequently the overweight loss ketogenic dieting could beyour savior. If you’re trying to get ready for something, some bridal, or you’ve got to go into a struggle, or whatever you’re doing; it could be a saviorfor you because it’s going to allow for rapid weight loss. I say’ weight loss ‘, not fatty loss, becausethere’s a difference.When you lose weight via ketogenic dietingin a very short period of time, you have to understand that what you’re doing is, you’redepleting your torso of its accumulated glycogen. Store glycogen is also store water. You will lose a lot of figure water when yougo on a ketogenic diet, in a short time. So your weight loss can be substantial. A heap of value in a short period of time. However, that has its downsides. When it comes to performance, your glycogenis a source of oil for your muscles and if you sap all of your glycogen the intensitylevels of your workouts are going to suffer. Your cortisol fractions will too, likely, playoff that. If you try to attempt to workout hard whenthe tank is pretty much sapped, your cortisol stress degrees will go up, more. That’s not a good thing for long term musclegain. So people will talk about the inability togain a lot of muscle.I’m not just talking about continue it either. I’m talking about, they want to gain muscle. Really what we’re talking about is’ can youeven continue your muscle on a ketogenic nutrition ‘. Unfortunately, there isn’t a lot of long termresearch out there. I read one section that basically said thereare 11 studies be done in order to a six month span specifically on jocks, and their abilityto drill retain muscle , not even gain muscle retain their muscle during thatperiod of time, and only 3 of them demo their ability to do so, while eight did not.So that’s still not even talking about longerterm than that. So back to your goals. If you are looking for something long term, it had better be sustainable. I “ve got a problem” with macronutrient exclusiondiets. I dont care if it’s fatty exclusion. I dont care if it’s carbohydrate exclusion. I dont care what your tactic is. Exclusionary nutritions dont really do so welland they make the word ‘diet’ because they do not become long term mixtures. And I hear you. I know you’re going to write on the video”I’ve been keto dieting for five years, for the last 14 months, I’ve been doing everythingI’m supposed to do and I still no problems for me.” That’s good, and you are the exception tothe rule. As I said in the beginning of the video; that’sa good thing.Ultimately, find what’s going to work foryou. But if you can’t stick to it then I have aproblem with it. If you can’t imagine “peoples lives” where I justthrew the word ‘five years’ out there if you can’t imagine a life where five yearsfrom now dont talked to me about even a year from now we’re in a much longergame here on this path. I talk about a much longer term that we’relooking for here. If you can think that five years from nowyou’re still going to be able to do that, then go for it.Go for it! Because there are some benefits. There are definitely some benefits to that. The most importantly benefit is: it finallyworked for you. I will add another caveat here, more. Parties will sometimes say “I’ve never feltbetter than when I was on a keto diet. So, Jeff, what you’re talking about in termsof’ refusing exertion stages ‘, and’ not enough intensity in my workouts ‘; absolutely no truth to the rumors. I’ve got more.” Guys, think about where you’re often comingfrom if you’ve entered the phase where you already know that you need a diet. You’re probably dramatically overweight. You already have low-toned vigor because of yourweight issues.You need a solution. Anything you would have done at that point not inevitably keto but anything you would have done to eat healthier wouldhave allowed you to start feeling better, to have more intensity. So you can’t undoubtedly equate the two. Any type of diet, at that point, that helpsyou to lose weight, you probably would have attached yourself to as “Hey, subject! I feel so much better because I’m doing this.” But again, that doesn’t detract from keto. It doesn’t. It’s just that you’ve got to make sure you’rekeeping your eyes open that it could have been from the overall weight loss. At the end of the working day, guys, I’m someone thatespouses snacking all the nutrients. I think you should munch carbohydrates, I thinkyou should devour protein, I think you should snack solids, I dont think you should excludeany of them. I think this opens up a lot more possibilitiesto the foods that you can eat. I think you should still make sure that you’regetting enough fiber, because in a ketogenic diet you’re not getting enough fiber in yourdiet, and that could lead to other issues.But it becomes, more importantly, more sustainable. The less that we, as humans, are restricted, the more free we feel; the better we tend to do with things. Here, when it is necessary to our nutrition, I thinkyou need to start coming a better education in the long run about how to eat healthier. Yes, you can have all the macronutrients, but select the right ones.Choose the liberty versions of those. Make sure you’re eating healthier meat optionsand thats going to help you sustain low-spirited person fat tiers without having to cut outanything. But if you can do it, and it’s working foryou guys; I genuinely, absolutely believe you should hinder doing it. Keep doing it. There are other health benefits from it. Specially in neurological diseases. They’re discover, in some studies, that reallyunlocks some possible there too, and that’s a great thing. All title, guys. Again, if you’re looking for our nutritionplan I literally bring out the one that I follow, the one that I believe is sustainable I put it out step by step in our ATHLEANX training program.That’s over at ATHLEANX.com, in our ATHLEANXtraining systems. In the meantime, if you have other questions, if you want me to cover other things make sure you leave your mentions below. And ever subscribe to the videos, chaps. If you miss one you’re going to detest yourself. So you’re going to want to make sure you turnon your notices and too watch our latest video. We’re always trying to bring you the bestcontent we can now, and cover the things you want to see. All liberty, guys. See you soon ..

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