121: Not Hungry Enough To Eat On Keto, Pelvic Pain & Burning Urination, Fatty Lipomas, Weight Gain After Fasting, High Creatinine Levels

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In this episode of Keto Talk, Jimmy and Dr. Will Cole answer your questions about hunger on keto, pelvic pain and burning urination, fatty lipomas, weight gain after fasting, high creatinine levels, and more!

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Highlight Quote:

“When you start increasing fats, especially if you're not used to eating a lot of fat, it may take some time to adjust. If your body doesn't have the enzymes to break down fat it will take some time to adapt, then you should be fine.”

-Dr. Will Cole

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THIS WEEK’S HOT TOPICS:
  1. How much of the protein consumed on keto is converted into usable glucose for glycogen, etc.?
  2. Why do people have to urinate more frequently when they shift over into nutritional ketosis?
  3. Is consciously reducing calories while eating keto the only way to produce weight loss?
  4. Does carbohydrate restriction to 20g total carbs daily automatically put you into ketosis?
  5. Why does a ketogenic dieter experience periods of nausea and what can they do about it?
  6. Cereal Offenders: how the sugar lobby wins friends and targets enemies
  7. 8 people who shouldn’t try the Keto diet
  8. Why Carbs Don’t Make You Fat
  9. Keto Diets Might Raise Type 2 Diabetes Risk—at Least in Mice
  10. STUDY: Effects of low-carbohydrate- compared with low-fat-diet interventions on metabolic control in people with type 2 diabetes: a systematic review including GRADE assessments

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Highlight Quote:

“Even if you're eating the most perfect keto diet there are other factors like stress, medications, lack of sleep, and hormonal imbalances that can cause weight fluctuations.”

-Jimmy Moore

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Your Questions:

– George brings this question, "Is it necessary to force more food intake when you’re eating keto and simply aren’t hungry enough to eat more than 1200-1400 calories?" – Renita asks, “Why is there lower pelvic pain and burning during urination when first starting out on a ketogenic diet?"

– Sharon says, “Will keto help get rid of the fatty lipomas I have all over my body?”

– Frank asks, “Can increasing periods of fasting and protein consumption lead to high creatinine levels giving a false positive for kidney damage?”

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