One thing in advance: Passing can be anything – it can be unworkable for you and you have to cancel the whole thing, or it can have been one of the best decisions in your life for you.
In any case, it is important to be clear as to why we want to do this, and at least to have it medically clarified whether this makes sense.Otherwise, the shot can also backfire!
- It is important to distinguish whether you are just in a KH-reduced / free diet (protein percentage normal / high), then you still stay in the sugar metabolism!
- If you are on a “proper” fat-based diet (“Ketogenic diet”), then the proportion of the diet is about at least.
65% fat to max. 35% protein.
- It may be that you initially have quite a concentration problem / so-called.
“Brain Fog” because your body and brain are glucose-adapted and are used to sugar metabolism, now need to find an alternative.
These are just a few of the things that come to mind.3 weeks is really not a long time and I suspect that the body is then only “really” used to the KH deficiency.
Once again, it is important to be clear why you want to do this, and at least to have it medically clarified whether this makes sense.
It can be very helpful over a certain period of time, but also done some things go wrong and could drive the metabolism to the wall.
For more information, please read it here:
- Dave Asprey at The Bulletproof Blog – Unlock the State of High Performance
- Edubily on insulin resistance