Will Too Much Protein Kick You Out of Ketosis? 5 reasons why MORE PROTEIN ON KETO IS BETTER - Ben Azadi KKP: 208

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Discover why too much protein on a ketogenic diet will NOT kick your out of ketosis. You will also learn how much protein you should eat on keto, and the most common protein myths, debunked.

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I believe eating excessive protein on keto can actually help with weight loss. Here's why... Yes, excess protein can convert into gluconeogenesis inside the body (the creation of sugar), but, if you are in ketosis at the time of consuming the protein, the excess glucose will be used to replenish glycogen stores.

This keeps you in a state of ketosis! How much protein converts to glucose? It's true, excess protein turns into glucose. How much protein converts to glucose levels? According to the research of Dr Gabrielle Lyon, about 60% of protein is converted into blood sugars. Will too much protein kick you out of ketosis? As I mentioned above, the excess is used to replenish empty sugar reserves.

So the answer is no, most of the time. A common question I have been asked if eating too much protein will cause weight gain, the opposite is true. The next time someone asks you does eating too much protein make you fat, tell them it is almost impossible. I believe eating more protein can help you with weight loss. Protein is also great because it activates satiety hormones which helps you feel full for longer.

Increasing Protein and Fat Will Put You at Risk for Heart Disease Science is showing us that it’s not protein that leads to heart disease, it’s the other stuff that we eat that can clog our arteries.

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