Bad keto diet you diabetic with kidney insufficiency for diabetics
A keto diet is extremely dangerous for a type 2 diabetic. I will simply use diabetic to refer to type 2 diabetics to keep from getting to wordy below. Diabetes is a disease that occurs when saturated fa.ts build up in the muscle cells. When that happens, the cells signal to the body no thanks, I am full and the glucose stays in the blood presumably searching for hungrier cells to enter. This is no doubt beneficial to someone who has become slothful and out of shape and all of the sudden has to direct all possible resources to the legs to flee a sudden threat. It is a problem, though, when the saturated fa.ts build up in all your muscle cells and glucose stays in your blood and burns your sensitive tissues glucose is very high energy. Even though diabetes is a disease of fa.t build up, this burning of carbs is actually the primary source of direct damage from diabetes, which is what has led to much of the cousion around diabetes historically. So, a high fa.t, low carb diet is dangerous to diabetics. But a high carb diet can also be dangerous to diabetics. After the muscle cells have closed the gates and are no longer letting glucose into your system, anything that dumps glucose into your system quickly does a lot of damage in the short term. Geez!!! If you cant have a low carb diet and you cant have a high carb diet, then what the heck does that leave???? The possibly non obvious answer is a high fiber, low calorie diet. If there is one thing that high carbers, low carbers, and non fad dieters can agree on, it is that things like broccoli, spinach, brussel sprouts, etc. are good for you. They are carbs, but not carbs. Their primary calorie type is carbohydrates, but they are not a large source of carbohydrates compared with their volumes. You can in theory lose weight on a low carb diet even if you eat a calorie surplus because your bodys mechanisms for getting calories from fa.t may be saturated no pun intended no, I really mean it this time… while your bodys mechanisms for absorbing calories from simple sugars may be under utilized. You can in theory, also lose weight in the opposite manner, by saturating the simple sugar mechanisms while starving the fa.t absorption mechanisms, even if you dont rtrict calories. However for diabetics and pre diabetics, there are significant problems unrelated to weight with saturating either pathway to calorie absorption, as I described above. Specifically, for someone with this problem, the be sort of diet would be a true straight and narrow calorie rtriction diet. Of intert is the fact that increasing fiber in any diet can help either reduce weight gain or aid in weight loss regardless of the composition of your calories. Also of intert is the fact that if a person is overweight, and they eat a diet co.nducive to weight loss, there is a coounding factor that will slow diabetes treatment. When your body is getting rid of fa.t, it doesnt disappear in place. Instead, it is released into the blood stream. If you are trying to burn up the fa.t in your muscles, you can be frustrated by the fact that fa.t in your blood stream released from your fa.t stores can provide replacement molecules for your muscle fa.ts, which can mean that a worng solution on paper may not be quickly helping in practice. All this really means is that you need more time and co.ntinued co.nsistency with a good practice. Following along on the Broccoli train of thought, there is a big difference between high carb and high carb when implemented different ways. Compare the following calorie measurements White bread, one ounce 75 calories Potato, flesh and ski.n, one ounce 20 calories Potatoes, french fried, one ounce 75 calories. Note that the 20 calorie version is the version that comes most closely to what is or perhaps what used to be co.nsidered real food. If you are a diabetic, then you need to get more detailed than this. You should look up glycemic index of foods, probably start a food diary so you can lea.rn the effects of various foods on your mood, energy, and glucose levels. But the difference above between fried potato, baked potato, and white bread in calories and carbs should start to set you on a roadmap that gives you the possibility of combining a fiber rich, calorie deficit diet that can help with the long term problem with a low carb carb here in the white bread sense diet that can help you avoid damage to your body in the short run. With this roadmap in mind, maybe co.nsult with a nutritionist for further information.