Why in KetoFastosis (Keto Diet and Intermittent Fasting) program, Fat or Cholesterol Should be The Main Intake Compared to Karbo and Protein?

Why in KetoFastosis Keto Diet and Intermittent Fasting program, Fat or Cholesterol Should be The Main Intake Compared to Karbo and Protein - vanniedosa


Fat is the most substrate of fuels, where only 10% of glycerol composition can be converted into Glucose. This means that Fat has a very low probability to trigger insulinogenic hormone reactions, or to be converted into Glucose (Gluco-neogenic) Keto Diet and Intermittent Fasting


Proteins are the “substrate” that becomes the main “building block” in the “synthesis” of new cells, such as for cell regeneration and for cell repair. However, Protein has 56% composition “amino acid” which is “Gluco-neogenic” which means can be converted into Glucose through “Gluco-neogenesis”. This also means that 56% of Protein compositions are “Insulinogenic”. Keto Diet and Intermittent Fasting


Carbohydrate is the highest “substrate” of its composition to convert into Glucose in the body, where Carbohydrates have a 100% composition that can be used directly for the process of “Glycolysis” (Glucose metabolism in cytoplasma). This causes Carbohydrates to have 100% “Gluco-neogenic” properties, which will also automatically be 100% “Insulinogenic”. Keto Diet and Intermittent Fasting


In the Fastosis program, the main key is Fasting, where fasting is a very low condition of the “Insulin” hormone, but it is a high-level hormone “Glucagon” (antagonis / lawannnya insulin produced also in the Pancreas). When at fasting hours, this low insulin condition will trigger Glucagon to more actively trigger fat degradation (Lipolysis) for energy, while (on the contrary) the emergence of an insulin response will cancel this process. Keto Diet and Intermittent Fasting

Then during the feeding window of the Fastosis program, the insulin response remains suppressed by selecting a high fat-tolerant ratio, and low Protein / Carbohydrate. The goal is that Glucagon levels of hormones remain dominant in the body, and do not interfere with the process or adaptation to the metabolism of “ketogenesis”. Keto Diet and Intermittent Fasting

Optimum ketogenesis will provide optimal “Ketone” supply in the blood, thereby creating a perfect Ketosis condition and can “reverse” the various problems that have previously occurred from the “Energy Surplus” of Glucose that: Keto Diet and Intermittent Fasting

  1. trigger high concentration of Free Radicals (ROS),
  2. trigger adhesion / caramelization in the body (Glycation),
  3. and various other abnormalities / anomalies due to high glucose conditions in the blood. Keto Diet and Intermittent Fasting

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