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Weekly Q&A | Effect of Keto on Thyroid, Metabolism & Blood Sugar – Thomas DeLauer
Does Keto Slow Down or Increase your Metabolism?
That means, OMAD every day won’t slow down our RMR as long as it’s on a ketogenic diet, right?
Because you mentioned that doing OMAD on a daily basis could decrease the RMR, and thus we shouldn’t do it too often. For instance; go back to 16/8 every other day to keep it up.
Thomas, Why is there alot of info going around about keto shutting down hormone levels in men over 45 years old , those making it very hard to lose the last remaining stubborn body fat areas. What is the age correlation ?What changes at over 45 years old?
Isnt it different for women than men because of the hormone fluctuations???
You’re Right but…
Hi TDL. Thanks for the great video. Question: What are the benefits / drawbacks of a slow metabolism so long as you don’t overeat?
Your Thyroid on Keto & Intermittent Fasting
Hi Thomas, What if you don’t have a thyroid but supplement with synthetic thyroid hormone ?
Why peacons and macadamia nuts are so addictive?
I have read a lot about goitrogen vegetables having a negative effect on the thyroid, yet many of them have so many nutrients in them. Many great keto carb substitutes (cauliflower rice, broccoli, etc) are made of them and I find myself eating these vegetables often. Do you think this should be an actual concern if I am hypo? I always cook them and I know that is supposed to be better, but I wasn’t sure how backed this concept is. Another topic I was wondering are night shade vegetables in relation to inflammation in the body. Any info is greatly appreciated! Thank you
How would it affect graves disease?
Does your Blood Sugar matter on Keto & Fasting?
Thomas, would you suggest measuring your A1C rather than a daily glucose, or will the results be similar?
So what about the GKI (glucose-ketone index)?
Thomas – thanks for the video as always. I know it’s relative but what numbers would you consider being a large blood sugar spike from normal around mid 90s?
High blood sugar causes damage to blood vessels and neurons (which is why people with diabetes end up with nerve damage, sight loss etc). But what is the impact of high insulin? Is it also damaging?
How to Build Muscle with Fasting | The Ultimate Guide
I break my 18 hr fast 4 hours after a workout. Is 4 hours after a workout too long?
Would this mechanism be the same if underweight? E.g. if clinical underweight due to carcopenia but now restoring to health. Would it be beneficial to add extra protein in this case when not fasting?
Shouldn‘t I wait for an hour or two after workout before eating? Or is this only if I want to burn more fat and not build more muscle?
Is there anything you can do to ensure that performance in the gym doesn’t suffer while you’re fasting? For me there’s a big drop off especially if I start feeling hunger pains while working out