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What is the Keto diet?
In our body, the organs, muscles and brain can use either glucose or ketones for fuel and energy. It is the function of the liver and pancreas mostly, to regulate that fuel supply.There is a strong bias toward going with glucose route.
Glucose is the preferred as the main fuel because it is derived in abundance from the diet and readily available from the liver and muscle storage.
Ketones, on the other hand, has to be deliberately synthesised by the liver. The liver can easily synthesise glucose in a process known as gluconeogenesis that uses amino acids proteins or other metabolic intermediaries.
We do not get beta hydroxybutyrate, acetone, or acetoacetate ketones from the diet. The liver synthesises them only under duress as a last measure in conditions of severe glucose deprivation like starvation.
For the liver to be certain that ketones are to be produced, several criteria must be met:
•Blood glucose must drop below 50mg/dl
•Low blood glucose must trigger low Insulin and elevated glucagon
•Liver glycogen must be empty or very low.
•A large supply of gluconeogenic substrates such as carbs and their breakdown products must not be assessable
Being in ketosis is a gradual and careful transition so that the brain is steadily and evenly fueled.
Ketones should be made in small amounts from blood glucose levels of about 60mg/dl.A person is considered in ketosis when there is a greater concentration of ketones than glucose in the blood.
The liver is easily capable of making ketones but the deeply rutted gluconeogenic pathways are able to maintain low-normal blood glucose above the ketosis threshold needed.
The small amount of blood glucose from gluconeogenesis creates sufficient insulin release to halter glucagon output and the production of ketones.
Sudden glucose deprivation will trigger lethargy, hunger, and weakness in most people. This stops though when ketosis happen.But ketosis will not be achieved until the liver is forced to stop gluconeogenesis and start making ketones.
As long as dietary protein is sufficient then the liver will keep producing glucose and not ketones.
This is why no carbohydrate / high protein diets aren’t ketogenic.
5 Benefits of the Keto Diet
1.) Neurological Protection.
Current studies show the potential for long term therapeutic help for epilepsy patients. Although the mechanisms are not yet well fully comprehended, the keto diet has shown hopeful results in the treatment of a whole host of neurological problems including Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, traumatic brain injury and strokes. Researchers now believe that the high ketone levels in the blood provide superior fuel for the brain and help protect against damage to brain cells.
2.) Weight Loss
The Adkin’s diet and its many ingenious variations are largely agreed upon to be the most effective fat burning and weight loss strategies to appear on the scene. A study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition showed that the keto diet reduced hunger, and overall food intake significantly more than other diets. By greatly lowering the carbohydrate intake, the body exhausts its stores of muscle and liver glycogen and has to break down stored fats to give energy to support normal metabolic activity.
Scientists are now studying the relationship between blood levels of ketones and glucose. Also how the keto diet could inhibit tumor growth and protect against the growth of new cancer cells.
At Duke University, researchers report that the keto diet has proven to work better than a low glycemic, reduced, calorie diet in triggering more glycemic control and reducing and eliminating the need for medicines.
5.) Liver Health
Obesity related from nonalcoholic fatty liver disease is an epidemic in America. It is a condition in which the liver becomes congested with excess fat. If this goes untreated it can cause liver damage and/or cancer. The normal way of treating NAFLD is through weight loss. Although this has been poorly understood scientifically , those on the keto diet has been shown to be greatly effective in reversing NAFLD.
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