Bone health on a ketogenic diet

Pulling the final plug on attacks Attacks? I follow up on all published papers related to ketogenesis and although the execution may be done correctly and data may be generated correctly.. the circumstances are often specific and the conclusions are stretched beyond the scope of what the data is representing or can represent. All toContinue reading “Bone health on a ketogenic diet”

The intimate triad glycogen – lactate – beta-hydroxybutyrate

There is a close relationship between glycogen, lactate and beta-hydroxybutyrate (BHB) that I would like to highlight in this post. Although it looks like a simple relationship, it has important implications. There is more to cover but I’ll focus on the acute phase. The essence A first scenario, no matter the available fuel type (fat,Continue reading “The intimate triad glycogen – lactate – beta-hydroxybutyrate”

The speed of the TCA in the liver

In previous writings I have looked at the liver and also ketone production from different angles but now I want to zoom in a bit on the TCA cycle itself. Previous related writings: The liver buffer(s) Cholesterol or ketones Hepatic glucose metabolism Hepatic glycogen and protein protection In order to accumulate sufficient substrate for ketogenesis,Continue reading “The speed of the TCA in the liver”

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