It’s the latest fit fad. The Keto Diet, which features low carbs and high fat. But does it really work? Some people swear by it claiming it’s helped them dramatically lose weight. Health experts, however, are not completely sold on the potential health benefits.
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Bien que les nutritionnistes disent que 90 % des gens qui perdent du poids de façon volontaire le reprennent en cinq ans, les régimes ont toujours la cote. Parmi les plus populaires : le régime cétogène, aussi appelé keto. Le keto suggère de manger beaucoup plus de matières grasses (75 % des calories totales) que de protéines (20 %) et de glucides (5 %). Pour mieux comprendre le phénomène, Nicolas a essayé le keto tout en consultant des experts de l’alimentation.
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In this video, Dr. Berg evaluates Lorena’s food log. He recommends several changes on the diet for her weight loss issues which includes to eliminate fat from bullet proof coffee and strawberries on her kale shake and replace it with another alternative sweetener like stevia, electrolyte powder or lemon wheatgrass.
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Dr. Berg, age 56, is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of the best-selling book The Healthy Keto Plan, and is the Director of Dr. Berg Nutritionals. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.
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Jim Stoppani breaks down the keto diet and carb cycling in his latest explainer.
The keto diet is one of the more popular diet trends circulating through the fitness world over the past decade. The basic concept is to cut all carbs out of your diet and increase dietary fat. But is this popular trend all it’s cracked up to be? And how does it compare to the tried and true method of carb cycling often used by athletes? We turned to exercise physiologist Jim Stoppani for a full explainer guide on keto diet vs carb cycling – and the overall role of carbs in nutrition for those looking to be fit and healthy.
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Are high-protein diets and creatine bad for you? What really causes muscle soreness? Is there such a thing as the “anabolic window?” Get the low down on some of the common misconceptions about getting fit.
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With all the health, fitness, and nutrition information you could ever possibly need just a Google search away, it’s amazing that there are still so many myths about what goes on in your body and your mind in pursuit of better health. Too often, though, more information leads to more confusion, not less.
Jose Antonio, PhD, CEO of the International Society Sports Nutrition and a researcher at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, puts the following common misconceptions to rest. RIP, bro science.
| 11 Popular Fitness Myths Debunked |
1. High-Protein Diets Are Bad For Your Kidneys: The recommended daily allowance (RDA) for protein is 0.8 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight. In contrast, here at Nova Southeastern, we have data showing that if you’re a trained male bodybuilder and consume 3.3 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight per day (four times the RDA), you’ll experience no harmful effects to your kidneys, liver, or blood lipids.
2. High-Protein Diets Leach Calcium From Your Bones: This myth about high-protein diets says that consuming too much of it can make your bones brittle and weak. We have done studies up to six months in length that looked at the effect on the bones of women who consumed 2.5-3.0 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight (about three times the RDA). We found no decrease in bone health. In fact, the data suggested that if women eat a high-protein diet, they may increase their lumbar bone-mineral density.
3. Muscle Soreness Is Caused By A Buildup Of Lactic Acid: You might have heard a massage therapist saying, “Today, I’m going to massage the lactic acid out of your muscles so you won’t be sore.” Sorry to burst their bubble, but lactic acid, aka lactate, has nothing to do with delayed-onset muscle soreness. DOMS is primarily caused by doing eccentric loading or negatives, or by doing exercises that tax your muscles in new ways. In either case, the soreness comes from micro tears in your muscle fibers.
Lactate isn’t a metabolic poison and it doesn’t cause soreness. In fact, it’s a fuel source used by your heart, brain, muscles, and kidneys.
4. You Lose More Fat By Decreasing Fats…Or Carbohydrates
5. Taking Creatine Causes Cramps And Dehydration
6. Women Who Strength-Train Get Big And Bulky
7. Artificial Sweeteners Are Bad For You
8. It Doesn’t Matter How Much You Eat, As Long As You Eat “Good Food”
9. You Have A Few Hours After Your Workout To Get Your Protein
10. Caffeine Is A Diuretic Agent That Can Lead To Dehydration
11. The Best Way To Lose Body Fat Or Weight Is Through Exercise
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