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Old Tue, Jun-05-18, 16:26
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Originally Posted by teaser
Also Dr. Bernstein's Diabetes Solution. He doesn't intend it to be ketogenic, but for non-diabetics who don't inject insulin, it's liable to be. I think the fairly strict structure of his program is a good starting point for people who need really consistent ketosis for one reason or another. Also his 7 grams of protein per ounce of meat rule, combined with knowing some very low carb vegetable sources with a gram per ounce or two grams per ounce, and then how many ounces (or fractions of ounces) of fat need to be added to round out a meal makes things easier for stricter keto diets without having to resort to fitday before adding each ingredient.
Just borrowed this. Thanks.

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