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The Ketogenic Diet: Calorie Confusions & Details When Doing Keto and Intermittent Fasting

The Ketogenic Diet: Calorie Confusions & Details When Doing Keto and Intermittent Fasting

The Ketogenic Diet: Calorie Confusions & Details When Doing Keto and Intermittent Fasting

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Dr. Berg talks about the confusions and complexities of figuring out your macros on a keto and intermittent fasting program.
Most ketogenic plans is based on one meal a day, which is easy to understand, but when you add intermittent fasting, another variable. Because when you go from 3 meals a day to 1 meal a day you will reduce your calories. And we also wanted to include veggies to this pie chart, because is another factor that most people neglect. As you consume your carbs, you can keep in your 20-30 grams for each meal. Then you have protein, which you want to keep the 20% of total calories, but because you are reducing the frequency of eating, you will lessen the gram amount, (or the ounces). Then you add the Fat Variable. In the beginning you need more fat, then as you adapt, you need you’ll less. However, most protein already comes with fat and the best way to deal with fat is to go by hunger and not always by a rule. If you are hungry, add more fat, if you are full, add less. Just don’t let yourself get bloated.

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  1. So where's this calculator? I understand the example, but I don't know how to change it to fit my own macros. To maintain I'm about 1750 cal, so to loose weight I should eat around 1200. When I fast I still eat around 1200 – is that too much then?

  2. I eat between 1100 1200 calories a day.. 2 meals … if I ate 1800 calories I would gain weight and be where I started

  3. Good effort Dr Berg, much needed. For everyone confused over the grams of protein the US ounces given are for the meat as a whole so 8usoz of meat will give 57grams of protein (about 250g of meat). I think the oz are supposed to be the other way round though because he's got them going up as the grams and calories go down. My main question was what the percentages were of and you have answered that, it's calories (it's usually though not always volume in the UK or sometimes weight). Still confused over cups though as all my research giving different answers.

  4. Not complicated at all! Easy peasy! Thank you Dr. Berg for helping us understand what's important to know to continue this lifestyle and have the best of health!

  5. Hi… what confuses me is his Oz to gram conversion. Does the US have their own ounce??? I’m in NZ and we’ve always known an ounce is just over 28grams so we just say 28. 60grams of protein does not equal 8oz as per his OMAD recommendation. All the web converters also say 1oz is 28gms. Thus 8oz is 226gms. Is he meaning, eat about 8oz/226gms of say meat, which should contain about 60gms of protein???

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