The low glycaemic index treatment (LGIT)[49] is an attempt to achieve the stable blood glucose levels seen in children on the classic ketogenic diet while using a much less restrictive regimen. The hypothesis is that stable blood glucose may be one of the mechanisms of action involved in the ketogenic diet,[9] which occurs because the absorption of the limited carbohydrates is slowed by the high fat content.[5] Although it is also a high-fat diet (with approximately 60% calories from fat),[5] the LGIT allows more carbohydrate than either the classic ketogenic diet or the modified Atkins diet, approximately 40–60 g per day.[18] However, the types of carbohydrates consumed are restricted to those that have a glycaemic index lower than 50. Like the modified Atkins diet, the LGIT is initiated and maintained at outpatient clinics and does not require precise weighing of food or intensive dietitian support. Both are offered at most centres that run ketogenic diet programmes, and in some centres they are often the primary dietary therapy for adolescents.[9]
In spite of the scientific evidence and real-life testimonials, not everyone is recommended to go on the ketosis diet. This highly specialized, extremely meticulous diet plan is suited to a particular dieter profile, and may also be harmful to some without the guidance of a doctor. But if performed correctly, the very low-calorie diet may be the only way for you to experience considerable, life-changing weight reduction. 

1. Magdagdag ng isang kurot ng asin at paminta sa itlog at palisin ito. 2. Ilagay sa isang kawali higit sa daluyan init. Ibuhos 1 kutsarita mantikilya, at payagan ang mantikilya sa magtunaw. 3. Idagdag ang bawang i-paste at magprito para sa 30 segundo. 4. Magdagdag ng spinach, kintsay, asin, at paminta. Magluto para sa tungkol sa 30 segundo. 5. Tanggalin ang spinach at kintsay mula sa kawali at magdagdag ng 1 kutsarita mantikilya. 6. Magdagdag ng whisked itlog at magprito ito tulad ng isang torta para sa 2 minuto sa paglipas ng daluyan ng apoy. 7. Idagdag ang sauteed spinach-kintsay at Cheddar keso. 8. Dilig oregano sa itaas at I-wrap ang torta upang masakop ang spinach, kintsay, at Cheddar palaman. 9. Hayaan ang mga ito lutuin hanggang natutunaw ang keso. 10. Kumain habang mainit.
The modified Atkins diet reduces seizure frequency by more than 50% in 43% of patients who try it and by more than 90% in 27% of patients.[18] Few adverse effects have been reported, though cholesterol is increased and the diet has not been studied long term.[48] Although based on a smaller data set (126 adults and children from 11 studies over five centres), these results from 2009 compare favourably with the traditional ketogenic diet.[18]
A related clinical diet for drug-resistant epilepsy is called the medium-chain triglyceride ketogenic diet, in which MCT oil is extensively used because it’s more ketogenic than long-chain triglycerides. (13) Another dietary therapy for epilepsy called Low Glycemic Index Treatment (LGIT) was developed in 2002 as an alternative to the keto diet. LGIT monitors the total amount of carbohydrates consumed daily, and focuses on carbohydrates that have a low glycemic index.) (14)
The Ketodiet Guide provides an immense amount of information for those just learning the keto diet. Even for those like me, who’ve been low carb for years, but not having the results I was hoping to see, I’ve read over #6 and #7 regarding the right amount of fat for weight loss for my body. She backs up all her information with science, not just personal opinion.
Carrie, I highly recommend a support group. I personally know a woman “Amanda Rose” who recently lost half her body weight through the Keto Diet and intermittent fasting. You should totally join her Facebook Group. It’s called “Eat Like a Bear” and you can find it by entering the group’s name in the Facebook search bar. She is so amazing and so supportive for people struggling to lose the weight.

The modified Atkins diet reduces seizure frequency by more than 50% in 43% of patients who try it and by more than 90% in 27% of patients.[18] Few adverse effects have been reported, though cholesterol is increased and the diet has not been studied long term.[48] Although based on a smaller data set (126 adults and children from 11 studies over five centres), these results from 2009 compare favourably with the traditional ketogenic diet.[18]
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