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2019/02/01 21:11:28 (permalink)
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Overeating in Keto

Hello!
 
I'd like to ask if anyone has experimented with such nutrition.I want to do it myself this year,but I'd like to read some (if any) personal experience.
 
My thought is eating about 5-6k calories coming from good fat,along with 40-50gr carbs and 150-180gr protein.I do believe that such a diet may yield some great results,with two key points of keeping the same strength at the gym,along with burning fat by not eating many carbs.
 
I'm very curious to see if there's something on that!
 
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Re: Overeating in Keto 2019/02/01 21:59:54 (permalink)☄ Helpfulby gingernut 2019/02/05 08:18:26
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You don’t burn fat by not eating carbs, you burn fat by being in an energy deficit. You still gain fat by eating too much fat. One of the many points of a keto diet is to switch your bodies preferred fuel source from carbs to fats. When your body is used to using fat as fuel, It is much easier for the body to use stored adipose.but it will only do that when it doesn’t have an energy source.. it will have plenty of energy from 6000kcals worth and therefore will not burn much if any fat.
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Re: Overeating in Keto 2019/02/01 22:39:20 (permalink)
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You don’t burn fat by not eating carbs, you burn fat by being in an energy deficit. You still gain fat by eating too much fat. One of the many points of a keto diet is to switch your bodies preferred fuel source from carbs to fats. When your body is used to using fat as fuel, It is much easier for the body to use stored adipose.but it will only do that when it doesn’t have an energy source.. it will have plenty of energy from 6000kcals worth and therefore will not burn much if any fat.


In Keto your body will always use stored adipose tissue for fuel
Dietary fats cannot be metabolised, they will nearly always go
Straight to be Stored in adipose
post edited by stokie - 2019/02/01 22:40:23
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Re: Overeating in Keto 2019/02/03 16:37:09 (permalink)☄ Helpfulby gingernut 2019/02/05 08:18:08
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Yes but by ‘Burn fat’ as in what the OP wants (get leaner) won’t happen as he will be laying down adipose quicker then he can burn it! Deficit is key to get leaner.
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Re: Overeating in Keto 2019/02/05 08:19:31 (permalink)
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If you eat as much as your body needs or over you can't use body tissue for energy =no weight loss fat or otherwise. 

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