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#2903449 - 01/24/19 08:49 PM Re: Can we talk about the keto diet? [Re: manbearpig]
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Any good resources people have found for this diet?

Thinking about doing it as it’s not really that far off of my current “diet” anyway from the little I know about it.


I'd ask around at your local CBD store, they usually know everything about everything.
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#2903663 - 01/25/19 09:52 AM Re: Can we talk about the keto diet? [Re: hal9000]
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#2903706 - 01/25/19 11:07 AM Re: Can we talk about the keto diet? [Re: sussle]
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Originally Posted By: manbearpig
Any good resources people have found for this diet?

Thinking about doing it as it’s not really that far off of my current “diet” anyway from the little I know about it.


as with most things, Reddit is a great resource: https://old.reddit.com/r/keto/

crowd-sourced, well-moderated, informative, supportive, BS is quickly dispatched. a hive mind, much like here.

I'll concur. /r/keto and its related subs like /r/ketogains are some of the best resources on the internet.

We're going to have a weight loss contest in our department starting in February. I'm already the skinniest guy but I think I can cut a good portion still. I might try pure carnivore for a month.
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#2903707 - 01/25/19 11:07 AM Re: Can we talk about the keto diet? [Re: Autoprax]
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I read this yesterday. Going to try a month
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#2903716 - 01/25/19 11:24 AM Re: Can we talk about the keto diet? [Re: hal9000]
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I think the milage may vary.

But I think some people legitimately thrive on in.

I could do. I think. I should try for a month.

I'm would drink a little wine and hard stuff.

I think the variation would be good. A form of hormesis.

WH Dana in "two year before the mast" said, he thrived on a diet made exclusivity of meat and red wine when he was working in Dana Point on a big Spanish ranch.
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#2903717 - 01/25/19 11:28 AM Re: Can we talk about the keto diet? [Re: Autoprax]
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There's no way I could do that forever. The Plains Indians lived mainly on red meat during the horse period.

I need to read Two Years Before the Mast again.
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#2903761 - 01/25/19 12:16 PM Re: Can we talk about the keto diet? [Re: Autoprax]
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Originally Posted By: Autoprax
I think the milage may vary.

But I think some people legitimately thrive on in.

I could do. I think. I should try for a month.

I'm would drink a little wine and hard stuff.

I think the variation would be good. A form of hormesis.

WH Dana in "two year before the mast" said, he thrived on a diet made exclusivity of meat and red wine when he was working in Dana Point on a big Spanish ranch.



Did he get gout?
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#2903841 - 01/25/19 01:17 PM Re: Can we talk about the keto diet? [Re: ifallalot]
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We're going to have a weight loss contest in our department starting in February. I'm already the skinniest guy but I think I can cut a good portion still. I might try pure carnivore for a month.


start bulking up fast, you only have a week to set your baseline. I'm thinking Popeyes for breakfast and lunch would be a good start

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#2903882 - 01/25/19 02:22 PM Re: Can we talk about the keto diet? [Re: the janitor]
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Originally Posted By: ifallalot


We're going to have a weight loss contest in our department starting in February. I'm already the skinniest guy but I think I can cut a good portion still. I might try pure carnivore for a month.


start bulking up fast, you only have a week to set your baseline. I'm thinking Popeyes for breakfast and lunch would be a good start


Pork rinds dipped in ice cream for every meal with Cheesecake Factory for snacks! jam_on

Cut carbs to 20% of intake (mostly from fruit), average of 1,800 calorie deficit per day, down 13 pounds in 17 days. Stocked. Told my wife when I get down to target weight, buying a new board. To which she says, are you selling your old one? Too funny. roflmao
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#2903937 - 01/25/19 04:50 PM Re: Can we talk about the keto diet? [Re: hal9000]
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Originally Posted By: Autoprax
I think the milage may vary.

But I think some people legitimately thrive on in.

I could do. I think. I should try for a month.

I'm would drink a little wine and hard stuff.

I think the variation would be good. A form of hormesis.

WH Dana in "two year before the mast" said, he thrived on a diet made exclusivity of meat and red wine when he was working in Dana Point on a big Spanish ranch.



Did he get gout?


I believe that genetics can influence gout, age too.

The point is that one size doesn't fit all.
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#2903944 - 01/25/19 05:04 PM Re: Can we talk about the keto diet? [Re: the janitor]
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We're going to have a weight loss contest in our department starting in February. I'm already the skinniest guy but I think I can cut a good portion still. I might try pure carnivore for a month.


start bulking up fast, you only have a week to set your baseline. I'm thinking Popeyes for breakfast and lunch would be a good start

Eating pizza with cookies for dessert would be a far better weight gain program for me
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#2903946 - 01/25/19 05:09 PM Re: Can we talk about the keto diet? [Re: ifallalot]
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We're going to have a weight loss contest in our department starting in February. I'm already the skinniest guy but I think I can cut a good portion still. I might try pure carnivore for a month.


start bulking up fast, you only have a week to set your baseline. I'm thinking Popeyes for breakfast and lunch would be a good start

Eating pizza with cookies for dessert would be a far better weight gain program for me


Oh, you going to be in ny or nj?
Sounds like in this weight loss challenge, some people are going to have a big fat advantage over others
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#2904049 - 01/25/19 07:35 PM Re: Can we talk about the keto diet? [Re: ifallalot]
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There's no way I could do that forever. The Plains Indians lived mainly on red meat during the horse period.


I suppose one could argue that was one benefit the Spanish brought to the Native Americans (the introduction of the horse).... drowning

Anyway, this paper provides some context for earlier human civilization life expectancy....lots of red meat or not.

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#2904110 - 01/25/19 10:25 PM Re: Can we talk about the keto diet? [Re: stu dog]
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almond or coconut flour as replacements. need to get fake sugar.


Do what you have to do but I'd highly recommend staying away from "fake sugar " it's not worth it....do you really need it?

I still have a bag of almond flour stashed somewhere.....
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#2904421 - 01/26/19 11:56 PM Re: Can we talk about the keto diet? [Re: laidback]
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almond or coconut flour as replacements. need to get fake sugar.


Do what you have to do but I'd highly recommend staying away from "fake sugar " it's not worth it....do you really need it?

I still have a bag of almond flour stashed somewhere.....


I'm only using it for backing. Never been a sugar person.
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