Mechelle wrote: ... All of my health markers have dramatically improved following this lifestyle. !
Tincup wrote:it is not a big deal to eat a relatively low sat fat keto
Bhinebaugh wrote:This topic has been so informative. I started doing keto diet and then realized according to my polymorphisms and apoe 4 status I should be doing low sat fat. I keep eliminating food from my diet. I am prediabetic also so I need to be careful. I wish there were more cookbooks and stuff out there on low sat fat keto. This stuff is hard and many times I completely give in - and eat anything I want but I keep going back to this. I also just did the prolong fasting mimicking diet for 5 days and it was not difficult at all. I do intermittent fasting 14 to 16 hours each day. I won’t do prolong again though only because of the cost. I was thinking about just doing bone broth next time. I’m a little afraid of losing too much weight as I am 5 ft 3” and 113 pounds. Thoughts on this? Also does anyone know of keto low saturated fat cookbook? Thanks!
Mechelle wrote:I appreciate this info.! Also, Bhinebaugh wrote: "I started doing keto diet and then realized according to my polymorphisms and apoe 4 status I should be doing low sat fat." In this context, what are polymorphisms? Thanks in advance. I really appreciate the efforts of those who are writing these wonderful posts. I am learning a lot from this wonderful site! And, this is even more fun than just reading a book and not being able to ask questions!
Mechelle wrote:Thank you all for your responses! I love having more info! I feel very relieved.
Searcher: I'd never heard of of this concept before: "saturated fats enter your skeletal muscle cells and tend to interfere with the removal of glucose from your blood". I am totally intrigued. Can you tell me more about where this came from? I want to know more!
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