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2.B) Lyle McDonald - The Ketogenic ronaldweinland.info - Ebook download as PDF File .pdf) or read book online. Page down to view The Ketogenic Diet This book is not intended for the treatment Lyle McDonald Bio: Lyle McDonald received his B.S. from the University of. The Ketogenic Diet is the only book to take an objective scientific look at all aspects . Diet: A Complete Guide can be downloadd as a physical book, in PDF format or as Rather than glorifying the ketogenic diet, Lyle McDonald gives you the.
The high fat, low or no carbohydrate diet was first developed in the s as a treatment for pediatric epilepsy. In recent history, the ketogenic diet has been used by the bodybuilding and strength training community as one of the most popular and controversial ways to improve body composition. The diet was initially developed as an alternate means to fasting, which was found to induce the state of ketosis in the patient 1. Early physicians found not only a decreased frequency of epileptic seizures in patients who were in ketosis but also accelerated fatty acid oxidation, which then led to the loss of body fat. Some benefits often associated with ketogenic diet include: Reduction in body fat Mood elevation and mental clarity after the initial weaning period of days Stable blood glucose levels Reduced cardiovascular risk factors chronically elevated insulin, triglycerides, etc. Lowered cancer risk cancer cells thrive on glucose So, what exactly is ketosis?
If this information were properly presented, it would cut the content in half. I don't think this book is worth the effort for the casual reader who just wants to learn how to lose weight on a ketogenic diet. It might be appropriate, however, for athletes attempting to maintain ketogenesis while working out as it provides information on the manipulation of dietary carbohydrates in maximizing performance. I will provide a classic example below along with my comments in [brackets].
This example is from Chapter The Physiology of Aerobic Exercise; Section 2: Aerobic Fuel Metabolism; subheading Adipose tissue triglyceride metabolism. TG is composed of a glycerol backbone with three FFA attached to it . While intramuscular TG are contained within the muscle  and can be used directly, FFA from adipose tissue must be carried through the bloodstream to the muscles to be used for energy. This would be the proper place to explain this. The process of burning adipose tissue TG involves four steps.
First the TG must be released into the bloodstream and regenerated  into glucose in the liver 8 . The breakdown  of TG occurs due to the enzyme hormone sensitive lipase HSL which is regulated by insulin and the catecholamines, adrenaline and noradrenaline 8,26, What does that mean? Where is this occurring? In the muscle? In the fat cell? Which step are we on? Adrenaline and noradrenaline which increase during exercise  bind to the beta-andrenergic receptors  of the fat cell stimulating HSL to release  FFA into the bloodstream 8.
Insulin which decreases during exercise but increases in response to increases in blood glucose inhibits HSL activity and blocks the release of FFA for energy production.
Now he writes FFAs have to be released into the bloodstream. It "cleaves" ONE fatty acid from the glycerol backbone.
Other enzymes cleave the other FFAs. Or is he saying that blood glucose increases during exercise? Once broken down within the fat cell, FFAs enter the bloodstream  and travel to the muscle or liver .
Consequently , changes in blood flow during exercise  affect FFA transport  8. FFA is taken up in the muscle  and transported into the mitochondria for burning via the enzyme carnitine palmityl transferase 1 CPT-1 .
FFAs are also broken down  in the liver and may be used to make ketones  if liver glycogen is depleted . Why is this sentence even in here? The sentence is unclear.
What are FFAs broken down to and how? If they're not used to make ketones, what are they used for once broken down? But now they're used to make ketones. Which is it? The acetyl-Coa[sic] is used to produce more energy in muscle . In the liver, excess acetyl-CoA  is condensed  into ketones as discussed in chapter 4 .
Alternatively, incoming FFA may be stored as intramuscular triglyceride.
Is it an enzyme? Is it another fuel source? How is this related to adipose TGs as a fuel source?
This subheading is on using adipose FFAs for fuel. Is he now switching to dietary FFAs entering the bloodstream?
downloader beware. The ketogenic diet may cause side effects in some people. These are sometimes serious and may include: There are so many posts from people who obviously ignore the truth of fat, carbohydrate, and protein metabolism.
I'm sure you have lost weight on a low-carbohydrate diet.
Anytime you completely cut out a macronutrient you are going to be eating less and losing weight. A lot of the initial weight lost is water. I recommend going to mypyramid.
You can get a food plan listed in servings you need. Go to a dietition. LA weightloss is better. I rated this book a 2 because it simply lacks real information that you learn in a college nutrition class, but since people have lost weight You'll only gain it back. I love the reviews that say "excellent for low carbers" and "dieters". That makes it sound like it's a hobby. A customer 1. Yes you will lose weight The author is a regular contributor to the usenet group misc.
No wonder he is recycling obsolete and unhealthy nutrition advice. A customer 5. This book is a breath of fresh air in the dank world of dieting.
The TKD is based more on anecdotal experience than research. Invariably, individuals on a SKD are unable to maintain a high training intensity for reasons discussed in chapters 18 through However, for a variety of reasons,some dieters choose not to do the full day carb-up of the CKD discussed in the next chapter.
The TKD will allow individuals on a ketogenic diet to perform high intensity activity or aerobic exercise for long periods of time without having to interrupt ketosis for long periods of time. Weight training is not generally limited by the availability of blood glucose. Studies giving carbs prior to resistance training have not found an increase in performance 1.
However, almost without exception, individuals on a SKD who consume pre-workout carbs report improved strength and endurance and an ability to maintain a higher intensity of training during their workout.
Anyone following a ketogenic diet who wishes to perform high intensity training can benefit from the TKD approach. When low-carb diets became popular I was skeptical, but wanted to learn more. In all cases I found myself totally unsatisfied with everything I read. I decided to give The Ketogenic Diet a try and was stunned — it is the most complete diet book I have come across. I finally understand how many types of diets work not just low carb diets. I might have missed some of this in the book.
If anybody wants to add anything, that would be helpful too. Originally Posted by bwoh. That plan sounds great to me.
Just work hard and keep carbs low like recommended. Meal timing isn't hugely important to me either, but I wouldn't have all your cals at one meal. Longer periods of time between meals can be a good thing in some cases, since that'll make your body go for fat to run itself. I don't want to accidentally flush all of the protein and such I just ate out of my system.
Originally Posted by Adonisanemone. Originally Posted by itsurboyS. That would be a disservice to Lyle Mcdonald to just "give" you the e-book. Save up if you have to or get general info here. You said e-book.