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Won't summer eating ruin keto adaptation?

Discussion in 'Cold Thermogenesis' started by PaleoMom, Mar 24, 2012.

  1. PaleoMom

    PaleoMom New Member

    If we move to higher carbs in the late summer as naturally available won't that ruin all the work we've done to become keto adapted? Dr. K says it takes 24-36 months to become fully adapted, so how can we efficiently switch between the two?



    Also, why are carbs okay in the summer when they are not okay during our man-made (warm indoors) summers? Is it just the amount of time that it lasts?
     
  2. tweety

    tweety New Member

    I think, if you are obese or need to heal, he asks you to stay in "winter" mode. So ketogenic, ice baths, no starches. When you are optimal I believe you eat with the seasons and the length of day.
     
  3. Glamorama

    Glamorama New Member


    Yes. And you can eat carbs year round and live in a artificially induced all-year summer like most people do, but that creates the biological mismatch that in turn gives us neolithic disases.
     

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