Carbosis and the “Seed Oil” Theory: Part I

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Keto-adapted but no (low) ketones? Part II

Beyond urinary ketones Several years ago I wrote about a

Ketosis Without Starvation: the human advantage

I recently had the honour to speak at Low Carb

Mass Action

I’ve started reading Dr. Richard D. Feinman’s book,

Keto-adapted, but no ketones?

One of the cheapest and easiest ways to measure ketones

Protein, Ketogenesis, and Glucose Oxidation

In our last post, we discussed the relationship between protein

Protein, Gluconeogenesis, and Blood Sugar

Recently (for some conception of recent) we asked the question:

If You Eat Excess Protein, Does It Turn Into Excess Glucose?

Gluconeogenesis is Demand-Driven, not Supply-Driven We have seen the claim

Ketogenic Diets, Cortisol, and Stress: Part I — Gluconeogenesis

One recent myth, prevalent in the Paleo Diet community, is

Keto-adaptation: what it is and how to adjust

What is keto-adaptation? Keto-adaptation is the process of shifting your