Hi Sam, it won’t work. You will be incredibly hungry and you won’t have any energy. The idea of the keto diet is to get your body used to use fat to burn energy not carbs. Since you won’t be eating carbs energy has to come from “something” and it can’t be protein. I can’t recall what happens when you have too much protein when doing Keto but it was something scary. In general, I do not recommend the Keto diet without some sort of supervision by your doctor or nutritionist that can watch your process and progress.
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I eat a diet that varies from ketogenic to simply very low carb, and I love it. After a lifetime of being overweight and unfit, I am now, in middle age, in the best shape of my life. I weigh less and wear a smaller size than I did in my teens. I am also stronger and fitter than ever. In addition, my physician was "keep[ing] an eye on" a number of health issues of the type that most people assume are the inevitable result of ageing: Elevated blood lipids; elevated blood pressure; elevated blood sugar. I attribute a great deal of my success to the fact that I was motivated this time much more by health than vanity. They wanted me to go on statins, and I just refused. I applied myself in earnest to a low-carb way of eating, and in the course of my research I learned about ketogenic diets. I normally eat about 75 grams a day of fat; when I am riding regularly, that's often 100 or more; during long-distance rides, 150+.
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In terms of weight loss, you may be interested in trying the ketogenic diet because you’ve heard that it can make a big impact right away. And that’s true. “Ketogenic diets will cause you to lose weight within the first week,” says Mattinson. She explains that your body will first use up all of its glycogen stores (the storage form of carbohydrate). With depleted glycogen, you’ll drop water weight. While it can be motivating to see the number on the scale go down (often dramatically), do keep in mind that most of this is water loss initially.
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