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7/17/17 1:39 P

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i wish i could see the chart. Is there a link?
never mind - i found it :)

Edited by: KMOSER07 at: 7/17/2017 (13:41)
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5/8/17 12:17 P

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You are correct, to lose weight we must burn our own fat and consume less and keep those carbs low. Like Dr. Stephen Phinney teaches, and he as well maintains around 80% fat, where I maintain around 65% fat. We are different and Ketogenic Diets are used differently, yes it's origin did begin with epilepsy and today is used for so much more than weight loss/gain or weight management. I myself have used it to help with MS, and others cancer, diabetes, several autoimmune diseases and even others for performance/body building. It is a wonderful tool for so much isn't it?! I believe we will see this style of Keto advancing more and more. It is a fun and fascinating ever evolving tool for better health.


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5/7/17 9:46 P

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In my weight loss journey I came across this chart for optimal ketogenic living. It shows macros by height and gender. Fat is a lever, it is lower for weight loss, higher for maintenance and weight gain. This makes a lot of sense to me, and I know a lot of people who have had great success with this. We're not all that different. The idea that we need to eat so much fat comes from the origins of keto which was to treat epilepsy. Keto for weight loss is a bit different.


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5/7/17 2:32 P

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Depending on where you start from and the amounts of fat you were eating, as well as some people need more fat to stay satisfied so they can reduce their calories. Each of us are different on our absorption and needs as well. We have to figure out what works for us individually. One shoe and one amount of anything may work for one person and not another. As well as where you started out at, 150 pounds person and a 300 pound person will most definitely have different requirements, as well as a person who burns through fat faster. That is why the full picture has to be understood for each person and their unique needs and wants.
There are only so many macros to play with and we need to figure out how they affect us and where we do our best at. As well as on going weight loss and when you actually have achieved weight loss, our needs change.


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5/7/17 8:25 A

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This is such a misunderstood concept. You don't have to get more fat in your diet. Keep fat and protein at equal grams, And your body will burn the stored fat on your HIPS!

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6/30/16 10:25 A

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