Re: Panic Button: Why am I suddenly out of ketosis??In article <4T8be.34739$PA4.firstname.lastname@example.org>,
"Mark McArthey" <email@example.com> wrote:
> "Priscilla Ballou" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> > In article <email@example.com>,
> > Suzie Hall (suzie@SPAMORIFICsuziehall.com wrote:
> >> Yesterday I had something different, sunflower seeds (packet said 4g carb
> >> per packet, 1g sugar) and a sour pickle (accodring to the bucket it was
> >> in,
> >> it said 3g carb, 1g sugar). Other than that, I had my usual stuff, and
> >> today, I'm not in ketosis! Is this normal?
> > If you're eating under 100 grams of carb a day, you're in ketosis.
> > Those urine strips simply show how hydrated you are. Dehydrated and
> > they'll show dark purple. Well hydrated and they will barely register.
> Uhm, would you like to back that up with some actual facts, or just
> continue dreaming?
> Not trying to be harsh, but wow, that's wrong.
Well, not. It's correct.
> Have a couple of muffins from the local coffee shop, along with a bagel
> sandwich lunch, but don't drink any water or fluids all morning. It
> definately will not show that you have ketones in your urine.
Of course it won't. That's a lot of carbs. You've got to eat under 100
grams of carb daily to stay in ketosis.
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