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I would agree it is a strong stimulant, with an amphetamine effect. You can buy Elevate Coffee from the official website of Elevacity. Almost any cell that needs energy can grab it from these circulating ketones. I was in a class where a lady had limp wrists and an arched back the whole class and the neither of the 2 instructors said anything to her. T3 stimulates glucose transport into cells , and transport is the limiting factor in glucose utilization in many cell types. Alex May 27, at 8: I see this with many of my clients and have experienced it before myself.
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Still had to add a bit of sweetener and cream to get it down. I do have less headaches, I have lost one pound, put it back on as soon as I stopped using, then took it back off in a couple days. It is most definitely a stimulent. Eating a higher-carb diet fills up liver glycogen, removing the most rapid fructose disposal pathway. This makes a high-carb sucrose-based diet rather stressful for the body; it has to dispose of fructose rapidly to avoid toxicity, but has limited ability to do so.
Here is a study that fed high-fat, high-starch, and high-sucrose diets for 14 days to healthy non-obese subjects, and measured the hormonal response [ 1 ; full text ]. This paper was discussed by the blog Proline hat tip: On high-fat and high-starch diets, adrenaline and noradrenaline levels are low; they are consistently elevated — almost doubled — on the high-sucrose diet.
These hormones trigger the release of glucose from liver glycogen, thus freeing up room for fructose disposal.
Note that this result contradicts an assertion by Danny Roddy:. Refilling glycogen is not the same thing as minimizing adrenaline release. The requirement to dispose of fructose may trigger adrenaline release. In his article on hypothyroidism , Peat states:. I would have thought 60 beats per minute was normal, and when I was more athletic my pulse was typically 48 beats per minute. One of the effects of adrenaline and noradrenaline is to speed up the pulse rate.
If, indeed, this is a source of improved sense of well-being on Peat-style diets, it may be a double-edged sword. Starch would not have had the same effect, and would surely be healthier in the long run. It is possible that higher carb intake may increase thyroid hormone levels, fertility, and athleticism, and enhance mood in some people.
These gains do not come without cost. Notably, they probably involve a sacrifice of longevity. If the benefits of higher carb intake are sought, it is best to achieve them by eating starches primarily, not sugar.
If we were re-writing the book now, we would probably be a bit less specific about what carb intake is best. Most people are not currently seeking to have children or engaging in athletic competition. There is good reason to believe that mild carb restriction maximizes lifespan, and most people desire long life. But the spirit of our book is to educate, and let everyone design the diet that is best for them. And there is room for difference of opinion about the optimal carb intake.
Replacement of dietary fat by sucrose or starch: I think I make the case a bit more clearly here. MySpace is not what it used to be, alas… Besides, some of the old MySpace posts referred to the evils of saturated fat, which was the fashion at the time, and I cannot be bothered to change that now.
SFA, as well as some recent US clinical work on high-carb diets causing fatty liver, and high-fat diets clearing it linked at The Daily Lipid recently I think Generating this hypothesis has been like dropping a pebble in a pond, where every ripple has uncovered a confirmation so far.
It would be nice to test it with some contradictory data. Fructose is preferentially turned to glycogen on a low-carb diet. Those s thru s diets were effective and popular.
A plum, for example, contains a mixture of sugars and starch, in a small serving. It might use gluconeogenesis as well, as it probably has sugar somewhere in its structure, but the lipid is central to it getting out and about. However, other factors such as fatty liver indicate a need to watch carbs with HBV. It may be that different HCV genotypes evolved to exploit certain population weaknesses, so that some benefit more from lipid profiles seen in low-protein malnutrition as in the developing world, others from high-carb low-fat malnutrition as in the west.
About fruit, vit C and fructose: But you say I only really need g? I weigh lbs. Or is that only if I eat more fat to feed the muscles? Or maybe as Mark Sisson says my fat burning machinery needs practice.
I find it difficult to go from g to g a day. I think I will have to do it gradually. I am the circle on the left. I get a shaky feeling, anxiety, sleepiness, depression and dizziness after eating a typical Phd meal, or any meal with carbs in it. I finally realized that I feel a lot better eating close to 0 carbs.
What could be causing this? I intend to make a drs appointment, I just want to research some possible ideas before I go. Thank you in advance for any input. Gut dysbiosis causes it. Gut microbes can only feed on carbs in the oxygen-free environment of the gut. Get a stool test to try to see what pathogens you have — eg Metametrix Microbial Ecology profile.
Try reading our bowel disease category. After I told her how I was feeling a few months ago she just offered anti depressants!
Something strange happened yesterday. I seem to have developed a mildly itchy rash, on my face and inner wrists. Or if its related to my extremely low carb diet? Could be oxidative stress depleting arachidonic acid. You might try upping your anti-oxidants, and upping your carbs. Try dextrose or rice syrup, they may be digested upstream of your pathogens and not feed them much. Carbs would do you good. Ok the rash went away thanks Paul.
I also have a few other health problems. Or caused by something else? Congratulations on the book deal! I want to thank you for posting information on side effects of low carb diets hypothyroid, high cholesterol levels and fertility issues. It has helped me immensely. I noticed that other paleo health writers very rarely touch on the subject — aside from Anthony Colpo and Chris Masterjohn.
I was a fan of Taubes and low-carb paleo for 6 months until it bought me sudden chest pains, shortness of breath and high cholesterol levels. So the doctors thought I had anxiety, so I went to psychologist and testing showed I was normal and not suffering from anxiety or hypochondria.
I continued the low carb diet for 7 more months, not realising that it was causing me to have high cholesterol. The chest pains were bothersome enough that I thought I was having a heart attack — I kept going to emergency! I read your post on the hypothyroidism. Since I started eating more carbs potatoes, sweet potatoes, taros, rice I feel SO much better. Even though I ate liver while on low carb, I now eat pate every day, plus Brazil nuts and the chest pains have mostly gone — thanks Paul!
I hope the chest pains will completely go away soon. Some studies have showed that ketogenic diets have even caused cardiac fatalities!
When I read that, it really really scared me. Thank goodness I caught it early before I continued to damage myself. Thank you for writing posts like these and being unbiased about the side effects. I noticed a few others who were on low card diets also had dizziness, brain fog and cold body temp when they were on low carb too — it goes away when I make them eat roast potatoes lol.
I found some rats studies on the subject, that seem to show that sucrose consumption lowers ACTH, see here for some info and links; http: The closest i could find was on Glucose; http: So I got my metamatrix lab results back, but it just showed h pylori and a parasite, taxonomy unknown.
Some of the good bacteria looks low as well. Also I usually have 5 T butter daily — would it help if I decreased that? Thanks for your help! You could achieve the same by taking slightly more thyroid hormone if you are on it. You would probably do better to swap some of it out for more nourishing fat sources like egg yolks.
You want to have a normal ratio of phospholipids to triglycerides in your dietary fats and butter is mostly triglycerides. I think this is an important distinction — it is entirely plausible that the addition of salt in this manner would produce adrenaline and noradrenaline profiles that look different from the Raben study profiles. He also suggests eating 1oz of cheese as a source of protein in conjunction with the orange juice.
Ray Peat also suggests eating thyroid pills like after-dinner mints, and does so while on his bizarre diet. A very nice man, but with very strange, and almost absurd dietary advice. Yes, thanks Paula for letting us know about that recommendation.
Hi Paul so you do not recommend low carb diet and high fat for someone who want to get pregnant? I am askin cause bulletproof diet suggest high fat diet even for fertility and pregnancy.
What is your suggestion? Can it cross placenta so baby does not have enough glucose for development? I had the same problem. If I hit my hands or arms, I would have horrific bruises, like a haemorrhaging under the skin. This was happening a lot. I have hit myself quite hard accidentally twice this week and there is not a mark.
Something in the diet, or something I have eliminated, has obviously reversed this effect. Now that I have taken the time to really read your articles carefully, I think you are excellent. Still puzzled about how to count my carbs. I use that Cron-o-meter site. But the carbs figure includes fiber, starch, and sugars. Nothing that used to work works any more. But i would just rely on the carb number you get from cronometer minus the fibre. In reality, there is not many carbs in non-sugary vegetables anyway.
What could be your confusion is that sugar is Not a safe starch…but it is still a carbohydrate. Yes, that is a confusion. For the purposes of calculating what percent carbs is in your daily intake? Basically if you are getting calories form something, it counts. My understanding is, that it counts for calories, but not for carbs für glycolysis.
Carbs for glycolysis should come frome safe starches g daily , the rest to the g daily can come from other carb sources. At a daily cal. Jepps, Thank you so much; that is it, of course. I just wanted to say that my experience falls in line with the data posted here about adrenaline. I have always used myself as a guinea pig and decided to temporarily switch from the PHD to a Peat-style diet. All of my carbs have been coming from a combination of fruit juice and milk for the last week or so.
For the last few days, I have felt extremely edgy and hypoglycemic even though my blood sugar is totally normal. Eating sugar actually makes the feeling worse. I am switching back to the PHD diet tonight to see if my nerves calm down.
I feel pretty awful. I decided to give the high-sugar experiment a longer time to see if my body would adjust. Here is my experience after approximately one month on the Ray Peat-inspired diet:. I have a supercharged amount of energy some days. I must have a bacterial problem. Here is what I am currently eating I do not do as low-fat as Ray Peat does, I still do whole-fat dairy because I hate skim milk:. Every day I push through with the Peat-inspired way of eating I feel more and more like my younger self from years ago.
This may not work for everyone and I am not here to hate on the Perfect Health Diet. It is just what works for me so far. Hi Paul , I was wondering , do you count net carb or total carb in the daily carb calories? Also, for someone who eats 3 meals a day, would you recommend fruit in the morning or afternoon? And lastly , I tried IF,but I really have to have my cup of coffee at 5am when I wake up, usually with a little half and half snd a teaspoon of honey. I did the Peat diet for several months.
I kept switching back and forth between that and the PHD at first. I finally settled on the high-sugar intake because it made me feel good at first.