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Here’s how you can boost your ketosis with these ketone triggers!
0:00 6 ways to trigger ketones
1:55 Don’t do #4 and #5!
2:04 Do this instead of #3
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In this video, we’re going to talk about six powerful ways you can trigger more ketones. If you’re on a ketogenic diet and you want to boost your ketosis, these are ways you can boost your ketones.
1. Fasting – the longer you fast, the more ketones you will produce. Intermittent fasting and prolonged fasting can help boost your ketones significantly.
2. Low carbs – lowering your carbs also lowers your insulin, which helps your body produce more ketones.
3. Prolonged intense exercise – when you burn up your stored sugar, you start to run more on ketones.
4. Alcoholism – damage to your liver will cause you to produce more ketones.
5. Uncontrolled type 1 diabetes – type 1 diabetes stops your body from producing insulin, which helps you produce more ketones.
6. MCT – medium-chain triglycerides can help speed up your ketone production.
Obviously, #4 and #5 are not the ways you should get your ketones. Avoid alcohol at all costs and make sure you talk with your doctor about controlling your type 1 diabetes.
Instead of doing #3 (prolonged intense exercise), do high-intensity interval training (HIIT). This is far more sustainable and healthy in the long-run. Avoid prolonged intense exercise if you have serious health issues.
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Thanks for watching. I hope this helped enlighten you on the best way to boost your ketosis with these ketone triggers. I’ll see you in the next video.