OMAD Keto vs OMAD Carbs (One Meal a Day Keto vs One Meal a Day Carbs)

OMAD Keto versus OMAD carbs or inother words eating one meals per day on a keto diet versus eating one meal a daywith some carbohydrates in the nutrition are you able do either one which one drives bettercoming right up so keto and OMAD are very popularconcepts so keto means that you lower your carbohydrates so much that yourbody collects the high levels of ketones because ketones are a byproduct of fatmetabolism so as you lower your carbs you school your person to burn solid insteadand if you gobble a great deal of fat but not so much better that your person needs to burn somefat from the body then you’re gonna lose weight and one meal a day is another waythat people are very successful in losing heavines for two reasonsone is that if you exclusively eat one meal a day then you don’t have the opportunityto eat so much so most people end up eating less but the other reason is thateating one meals per day you increase insulin fighting and that’s the key for bothketo and OMAD is the results you get is primarily from increasing insulinresistance and parent insulin sense so let’s just look at that alittle bit in detail so insulin is a hormone that the body induces to getblood sugar out of the blood and into the cells so whenever you eat nutrient yourbody constructs some insulin because all meat elevates blood sugar to some degree if youeat carbs then you parent blood sugar a lot more because carbs are quickerabsorbed they’re faster to assimilate in the bloodstream and they create the bloodglucose more so you exhaust more insulin to control the blood sugar the otherfact that influences insulin is the frequencywith which you ingested so let’s just look at an example here of a standard diet ifyou follow the the regular specifications of gobbling frequent small-time meals lots ofcarbohydrates 50 60 % and snacking so you get a total of about 6 meals a dayand here’s a hypothetical example you ate your breakfast at 8: 00 and you get alittle blood or a significant blood sugar spike because you eat 50 60 % carbohydrate then after the meal the blood sugar starts lowering but itdoesn’t have time to droop very much before you have your mid-morning snackand blood sugar goes up and insulin goes up then it starts descending again butthen it’s time for lunch so now your blood sugar goes up and as aresult now the the lettuce range here would be an optimal area but if you eatfrequent dinners and high carbs your torso is always your insulin is alwaysresponding to that frequent high-pitched carb meal so it’s always answering itdoesn’t have time to recover it is therefore never gets back down into the optimal rangenow what happens then is you develop insulin resistance because if there’s alot of insulin in your blood streams if there’s a regular feature of always sixtimes a day we get a bunch of insulin then your cadres say that we’ve hadenough we can’t make the insulin is pushing the sugar into the cell but thecells are saying we’ve had enough so the cells start resisting insulin they startdefending themselves against the insulin because there’s too much and now theinsulin sensitivity of the cadre declines and the cell resists so that’s what wecall insulin resistance so there are two factors nutrient is always a factor italways heightens it a little but carbs is the bigbecause it collects insulin a lot and frequency is the other factor becausethe more often you snacked the less go the body has to recover so that’s that’s thebasis now look let’s look at how this would work on one meal a day or all madso if we do a ketogenic diet we’re gonna chew primarily fat moderate protein andlow starch non starchy veggies dark-green leafy vegetables cauliflower broccolithings that got a lot of fiber but awfully very little carbohydrate so if we onthat diet for a while then our insulin response is going to be inside thatgreen range and even though we have a meal then it’s not going to rise so muchbecause we’re so low on carbs that the insulin the blood sugar and the insulinis not going to rise enough to get us out of that optimal straddle and I also putI placed 4 p. m.As the first meal you could have if you do oh soldier you could devour yourmeal at any time a daylight but most people find that when they become low-grade carb and theystart eating less frequently they’re not typically hungry in the morning so mostpeople tend to eat maybe at 1 or 2 o’clock or maybe they wait till dinnerso I exactly picked 4 p. m. as two examples and you eat your large-scale banquet and your bloodsugar Rises a little bit your insulin rises a little bit it doesn’t rise verymuch and by 8 p. m. it has probably plateaued and leveled out and againeveryone is different so “thats really not” definitely exact numerals for any givenperson but it’s an example simply to compare and contrast so then if we dothe same thing we eat one meal a day at 4 o’clock but let’s say that we eat somepotatoes we chew some cooked potatoes and we may even have a piece of meat with ameal now the blood sugar is going to rise higher even though we just eat oncethe there’s going to be a lot of carbs a lotof food to respond to that raises the blood sugar insulin is released inresponse to that blood sugar and we get outside of the optimal straddle but thedifference between this and this is that because we don’t go back to eating rightaway the blood sugar has a lot of time to go down and the insulin has a lot oftime to level off we have a lot of time to become insulin feelings thedifference between this and this is that because the blood sugar went higher it’sprobably going to take a bit longer for it to level off so the time that wespend in some insulin defiance with some insulin response versus the fastingstate is going to be longer it’s going to be more effective on a keto diet thanon a carb diet now the beautiful of the one meal a day is that the frequency is sucha strong variable that even though they are eat some carbs it’s probably still gonnawork may not work for everybody but for most people it’s still gonna workbecause you have enough of a fasting date okay you eat all your meat atonce or in a one-hour window so “youve had” 23 hours for the insulin to become foryour cells to become insulin confidential because there’s all that time that youdon’t feed that you don’t trigger insulin so this is not a good notion even thoughit’s the official recommendation to eat frequent meals this is a big reason whythe majority of the population is insulin resistance and why so manypeople are looking for weight loss answers keto is one huge solution toweight loss and blending it with Oh mad or intermittent fasting is going to makeit’s like you’re attacking it from two different directions you’re gettingyou’re getting amplified results and OMAD with carbs is probably still gonnawork it’s not gonna work as well but simply the fact that has already been such a longfasting window gives your body a long long opportunity to become more insulinsensitive the other thing of course is to keep in mind that not all carbs areequal in order of bad to better high-pitched fructose corn syrup is by far the worstyou want to stay away from that in any shape or use you want to stay away fromsugar and you want to stay away from refined specks now if you’re gonna addsomething then you want to add some entire meat starches some natural foodslike whole grain rye or steel-cut oats or potatoes or sweetened potato or brownrice something that is pretty much in its normal statewhere you have a lot of the fiber to stay in it now would be where you stillhaven’t if you chew these people in red-faced now these items then you would have acurb pretty much like this you would have an insulin response but you haveenough time to repair the damage and I wrote it in dark-green down here because nonstarchy vegetables non starchy carbohydrates are still okay in anyquantity even if you’re doing a ketogenic food because you cannot eatenough leafy commons and cauliflower and broccoli to get out of ketosis there’stoo much fiber and too much water and not enough sugar in there and if you eatwith the it’s either veggies with a fiber and some fat then that’s gonnabuffer that insulin response even further so give this a try and let meknow how it works for you and adoration some feedback if you try one versus the otherand let me know what your results are as always please share this video with asmany people as possible we need people to reallystand why they’re doing these things and that’s what these videos are about sountil next time thanks for watching

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