Thu, 21 March 2019
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You know, the ketone-promoting medium-chain triglyceride (MCT) fats that you likely used in your coffee this morning.
However, there’s another group in the MCT family that we should start paying closer attention to: monocarboxylate transporters.
Without these specialized transporters, exercise, fasting and the ketogenic diet would be, well, nearly impossible.
Today we discuss the specific ways we can “increase” the activity of these special cellular MCT transporters—potentially enhancing ketone use by our muscles, heart and brain.
This information may help you learn new ways to enhance the health benefits of fasting and make going keto easier.
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Mon, 18 March 2019
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But is the trendy feeding and fasting practice (Intermittent Fasting) helpful or harmful for physically active people?
Former division one football player and coach to professional athletes, Donny Mateaki, weighs in.
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Tue, 12 March 2019
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Like it or not, we all lose muscle with age—which, honestly, kinda stinks.
And much of our metabolic rate and fat-burning potential depends on muscle.
Thus, strategies that can prevent age-related muscle loss are hot topics among scientists nowadays.
In fact, new research suggests that ketones have “anti-catabolic” effects in muscle—meaning: they may slow muscle loss.
This is attractive to us as we age, but it’s also important to consider if/when one has an elective procedure—say surgery—or has to travel or be sedentary.
Here’s a quick breakdown of the study and key takeaways:
All the best,
P.S. If you’re worried that decreasing meal frequency—often a successful part of the ketogenic diet—will lose your hard-earned muscle, check this out: http://bit.ly/2SZTwFQ
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