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KETOSIS

Ketosis is an important part of the fasting plan. This is the process that takes place after the body has exhausted all forms of sugar or glucose in the blood. The body gets the signal to start producing ketones which are then used to convert fat into energy. The main source of energy now becomes fat with the improvements it produces in weight loss.

Normally the body gets its energy from glucose (sugar) and sometimes protein. This glucose comes from eating food with carbohydrates (carbs) which is transferred into the blood stream as glucose. As we eat at least three meals per day and then have snacks in between, there is a constant supply of glucose being provided to the body. Any excess glucose we don‘t use is then converted and stored as fat.

However, the human body has a backup method of creating energy should the source of glucose be reduced and/or be completely depleted. Our emergency backup reserves for energy are stored in our fat cells and ketosis is the process the body uses to access this fat. Ketones are produced and enter the blood stream and become the source the body can burn for energy. What scientists have discovered is that ketones are the preferred and more efficient source of energy for different parts of our body. This is partly the reason you will feel an extreme sense of extra energy and mental sharpness once you are more than a week into your Intermittent Fast.

It is true that during the beginning of your Intermittent Fast you may suffer from some headaches and light-headiness but this has nothing to do with ketosis and more with your body adjusting to this new environment.

Science has already established that ketones are a much more efficient source for energy than glucose (sugar). They are also recognized as a neuroprotective antioxidant which provides many other substantial benefits including the potential for preventing and reversing brain damage related to such conditions as epilepsy, autism and Parkinson‘s disease, something I have already touched upon.

Here is a limited summary of some of the key benefits of using ketones, created through Intermittent Fasting, as an alternative source for energy:

  • Weight Loss

  • the quickest and most efficient method of burning excess fat

  • Insulin levels drop dramatically

  • Blood Sugar Control

  • Fasting automatically lowers levels of blood sugar

  • Can prevent or eliminate Type 2 diabetes

  • Lower Blood Pressure & Cholesterol

  • Blood pressure benefits from decreased weight

  • Improved Cholesterol levels and Triglycerides

  • Insulin Resistance

  • Can lower insulin levels dramatically

  • Prevent or even cure Type 2 diabetes (medical supervision recommended).

These benefits and more are achieved with Intermittent Fasting.

 

 

SpeedFasting

The SpeedFasting Plan

offers ALL these benefits:

  • Eliminates dangerous fat
  • Complete weight control
  • Improves cardio health
  • Lowers blood pressure
  • Improves cholesterol
  • Decreases blood sugars
  • Slows aging (autophagy)
  • Reduces inflammation
  • Protects against diseases
  • Increases growth regulation
  • Alzheimers protection
  • Improves skin collagen
  • Eliminates diabetes 2
  • Protects against cancer
  • Improves mental clarity
  • Increases energy levels
  • Improves insulin sensitivity
  • Controls your appetite
  • Reveals your six-pack
  • Provides muscle definition
  • Gives you back confidence
  • Costs absolutely nothing
  • Saves you money!

THE ANTIOXIDANT MYTH

To compliment this information about Intermittent Fasting, make sure you visit our website dealing with the issues surrounding antioxidants and the myths which have been developing now for decades about the benefits and how you can benefit from them.