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Old 02-11-2011, 02:41 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by recarp82 View Post
the diet is called a "cyclic ketogenic diet" and will run in 2 week cycles.as for the workout they will consist of the most(or all) of the body being worked on day 1,2,&3 with cardio,day 4 just cardio,then full body on day 5 with cardio, nothing on day 6 and day 7will finish off body parts not worked or just cardio depending on what was done earlier.
ill put up as much info as i can.ive never done this before so feel free to throw out any comments.
One thing to remember, when on embarking on a keto diet, is to study what you are about to battle. Partaking on this sort of diet has some psychological and biological--bodily feedback, you must learn, so you do not mistake these for "other" symptoms. Eliminating carbohydrates (when the previous dietary trend was flourishing with carbohydrates), will "eventually" (keeping things equal) force the body to use other macros for its energy source, which in turn reveals some side effects. These eventually (with most) will go a way slowly, but know these, as these can be different from person to person, such as: Head aches (the brain uses carbs as its "referred" source), low energy, shakes, and others. In addition, its important the fats and proteins are up to snuff.

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