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    Pat Flynn RKC is offline Senior Member
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    Default The High INformation Diet On a Low Carb Lifestyle

    Wanted to share my latest blog post, where I clean up many of the myths associated with low-carb dieting, and what following a high fat/low-carb lifestyle can do for you in terms fat loss and numerous other health benefits.

    Hi. I'm Pat and I'm a Ketogenic: The High Information Diet About A Low Carb Lifestyle - The Chronicles of Strength

    If you have any questions just post them in the comment section or on here. Enjoy!

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    Love it, Pat! Thanks for spreading the good word. I have been running on a paleo/primal style of eating for about one full year now, which inherently becomes low-carb by default (unless you specifically up the carb intake through yams, sweet potatoes, etc.) and it has worked well for me....best thing I've ever done for myself!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pat Flynn RKC View Post
    Wanted to share my latest blog post, where I clean up many of the myths associated with low-carb dieting, and what following a high fat/low-carb lifestyle can do for you in terms fat loss and numerous other health benefits.

    Hi. I'm Pat and I'm a Ketogenic: The High Information Diet About A Low Carb Lifestyle - The Chronicles of Strength

    If you have any questions just post them in the comment section or on here. Enjoy!
    Pat that's the nice one idea you have given and the link you have shared with us... That's the nice one link and much informative one also for every one ... I think that should be much helpful to every one and better guidance for every one.....

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    Pat Flynn RKC is offline Senior Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by Razorburne View Post
    Love it, Pat! Thanks for spreading the good word. I have been running on a paleo/primal style of eating for about one full year now, which inherently becomes low-carb by default (unless you specifically up the carb intake through yams, sweet potatoes, etc.) and it has worked well for me....best thing I've ever done for myself!
    I would certainly attribute a lot of the success that people with the paleo diet due to its low carb nature. I'm glad to hear you have had a lot of success with it. Thanks for reading!

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    Default Gluten?

    I definitely agree that low carb is very effective, but I've recently found that I've had good results by just eliminating gluten from my diet. I've not been diagnosed with Celiac and have followed a low carb lifestyle for a few years(7+).
    Thoughts?

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    Hey Pat,
    What do you think about incorporating legumes into this style of eating, say 1/2 to 1 cup per day? I feel pretty zapped of energy when I strictly reduce all carbs except for those in vegetables. I've been reading through some parts of Tim Ferriss' 4 Hour Body and it seems the legumes work by way of his experimentation.

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    Tim Ferris is simply going the way of controlling insulinlevels and avoiding insulin spikes(except for one day a week where he actually encourages you to eat anything you want) which I feel is an effective route, just not effective as a fully ketogenic diet.

    If I remember correctly I believe Tim said that aside from the "slow carb" approach that the ketogenic diet is one of the only other one's that he feels is truly effective for maximizing fat loss.

    My recommendation to you is to up your fat intake. Are you consuming an adequate amount of fat to compensate for the lack of carbs you are consuming? A lot of people when they go low carb tend to go low fat as well, which is a big mistake. Remember that 60-70% of all protein that you ingest gets converted to carbs, so you really want to up your fat intake, keep your protein moderate, and minimize carbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sumit View Post
    I definitely agree that low carb is very effective, but I've recently found that I've had good results by just eliminating gluten from my diet. I've not been diagnosed with Celiac and have followed a low carb lifestyle for a few years(7+).
    Thoughts?
    Paleo eating (a la Robb Wolf) addresses the benefits of eliminating grains with an emphasis on getting rid of gluten containing grains and the benefits of such a transition. Good stuff! Glad to hear it's working for you :-)

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    Does anyone follow a ketogenic diet that has a wife and kids that could care less? I mainly try to follow the Weston Price type of diet high fat nutrient dense food with my family but they like their oatmeal breakfast, Potatoes with dinner, Pancakes on Sundays. Now all the grains are soaked in buttermilk, whey or lemon juice for 12 to 24 hours. Mainly I am wondering what you do to adapt so that you can eat with your family and be on completely different eating plan.

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    Where/how do get you the info that PROTEIN converts to CARBS? Is this 21st century alchemy? Dirt to gold?I'm sorry but that doesn't compute. But if you have a source I'll consider it.thanx.

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