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  1. The thing that I love most about ketogenic diet is it helps in losing weight without doing exercises. People do exercises and often become hopeless when they see no results. In fact there needs a lot of expertise to perform perfect exercises in order to achieve maximum results. If you are vegan then you might not impressed from keto diet which is based on sources of fats like meat and dairy. I'd suggest to follow these https://sportsinside.co.uk/blogs/post/11-best-tips-for-quick-vegan-weight-loss vegan diet tips if you want to lose weight, otherwise there are a lot of diet plan out there and c
  2. Exercise hurt sometimes when you are not fully prepared and pushing yourself hard beyond your limits. It's a major reason why many athletes not test their limits and love to remain a mediocre. I'd suggest to not overthink about yourself and the results, in fact staying in the present while doing exercise motivates a lot during exercise.
  3. Here is some food that triggers CH so we need to keep ourselves away from this. Caffeine High Fat Food Chocolate Alcohol
  4. Banana peel flour (BPF) prepared from green or ripe Cavendish and Dream banana fruits were assessed for their total starch (TS), digestible starch (DS), resistant starch (RS), total dietary fibre (TDF), soluble dietary fibre (SDF) and insoluble dietary fibre (IDF). Principal component analysis (PCA) identified that only 1 component was responsible for 93.74% of the total variance in the starch and dietary fibre components that differentiated ripe and green banana flours. Cluster analysis (CA) applied to similar data obtained two statistically significant clusters (green and ripe bananas) to in
  5. " Cherubino di Lorenzo: The ketogenic diet is a particular nutritional regimen that mimics starvation by restricting carbohydrate intake. It was developed 95 years ago in order to treat drug-resistant epilepsy in children. Traditionally, the ketogenic diet is rich in fat and low in carbohydrates, but in the past decades another type of ketogenic diet was developed to treat obesity and metabolic syndrome: the low fat (10-15 grams/day) low carb (20-50 grams/day) diet, also known as the very low calorie ketogenic diet (VLCKD). RG: What does this diet do to the body and the brain
  6. My best friend has started Vitamin-rich food rather than taking Vitamins D3 regarding this. He used to eat vitamins 3d rich food such as Salmon, Herring and sardines, Cod liver oil and Canned tuna
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