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What multivitamins can I take if I am in a low carb diet?

I want to take a multivitamin supplement, is this allowed while your are in a low carb diet? If so what can I take?

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4 Responses to “What multivitamins can I take if I am in a low carb diet?”

  1. Anneka said :

    The best all around vitamin that you can take when dieting is called Juice Plus, it is 2 different capsules that you take in the morning and at night.

    The morning ones have 15 different fully dehyrdrated fuits in them and you take them in the morning so you can burn off any excess sugars during the day.

    The evening ones have 17 different vegatables and actually help your body to burn fat during the night.

    My husband and i found them about 5 years ago from an old friend of his fathers. they are truly a god send, you will never have felt better in you life.

  2. Richard L said :

    Vitamins do not have a significant amount of carbohydrate, so you may take them with your diet. I prefer naturally sourced vitamins. Look for something like that at a good market or health food store. Take the vitamin supplement with food for best results.

  3. Berto at PricePlow said :

    Any tablet-based vitamin will work, just look at the nutrition info. Juice is NOT a good idea on low-carb diets – it’s purely sugar!!

    It might be a good idea to get a women’s formula, as shown below.

  4. cyn_texas said :

    A multivitamin is highly suggested also magnesium, sea salt, potassium and lots of water. A half an avocado a day will be very beneficial. I highly suggest a salt substitute (potassium chloride) is a cheap potassium supplement.

    There is no reason to ever go off a low carb way of eating, you slowly re introduce carbs to your way of eating and as long as you don’t exceed 9grams of carbs an hour (144 carbs a day) you will never trigger insulin (the fat storage hormone) no matter the calories. Most of us do low carb most of the time and occasionally cheat and slip back into low carb the next day. If you gain weight, drop your carbs a few grams til you slide back into loss mode. Who wants to spend their life on semi deprivation? The longer you don’t do carbs, they really kind of lose their appeal. (Tastes like wet dough) I still cheat with sugar occasionally. It’s just not a regular part of my life (as it was preAtkins, nearly 6 years ago, when I felt it controlled me & I had no control)

    You can also cheat easier than someone in glycolysis. IF you trigger insulin, all those carbs that would go to fat cells on someone in glycolysis instead fill up the empty glycogen stores & go to muscles for burning instead of fat cells. Which would slow weight loss but if you’re in maintenance, weight loss is not a concern. (neat little bonus package) Some folks with massive amounts of weight to lose, do weight loss, maintenance & back to weight loss mode – gives them a cheat period without blowing anything.

    The rungs to reintroduction of carbs in 5 gram units – all available to very active people in as little as 11 weeks. Make sure you do them in order & you can skip a rung if you do not intend to include it in your permanent way of eating, such as the alcohol rung.:
    * (minimum week 3 – maximum 25grams day) Acceptable vegetables, larger quantities
    * (minimum week 4 – maximum 30grams day) Add 5grams Fresh cheese
    * (minimum week 5 – maximum 35grams day) Add 5grams Nuts and seeds
    * (minimum week 6 – maximum 40grams day) Add 5grams Berries
    * (minimum week 7 – maximum 45grams day) Alcohol can be added if desired
    * (minimum week 8 – maximum 50grams day) Add 5grams Legumes
    * (minimum week 9 – maximum 55grams day) Add 5grams Other fruits
    * (minimum week10 – maximum 60grams day) Add 5grams Starchy vegetables
    * (minimum week11 – maximum 65grams day) Add 5grams Whole grains
    If you are continuing to lose or maintain (whichever is goal) in week 12 and beyond, you continue to add 5grams a day per week til you reach your personal carb level.

    Many people gain weight on high carb, then switch to low carb to lose weight & then are shocked when they return to high carb that they gain weight. (Isn’t insanity defined as doing the exact same thing, in the exact same way and expecting different results??) Many people can return to moderate carb levels but very few can really eat all they want of sugar and maintain weight or health.

    You will lose more body fat eating protein and fat (don’t eat protein alone) than not eating AT ALL. To lose weight fast eat all you want but nothing but meat, eggs, healthy oils, mayo, butter and half an avocado a day (you’ll need added potassium). Keep the calories high and the fat percentage high, at least 65% of calories. Adding in green vegetables & some cheese will continue weight loss but at a slower pace.

    Your body won’t release fat stores if you lower calories below what it needs. It will slow your metabolism to compensate and store every spare ounce as fat. If you continue lowering your calories, it will continue lowering that set point, til you can survive off nothing and store fat on anything. The body will only release it’s fat stores if it knows there is plenty of food.

    Eating carbs while trying to lose body fat is terribly inefficient. When in glycolysis (burning glucose as fuel) you have to lower your calories (which slows your metabolism) and exercise heavily to deplete your glycogen stores before burning body fat.

    The core of the Atkins program is converting your body from glycolysis (burning glucose as fuel) to ketosis (burning fat as fuel). You need to keep your fat levels at >65% of your calories, if you don’t your body will still remain in glycolysis by converting 58% of excess protein into glucose (via gluconeogenesis).

    It takes minimum of 3 days to convert your body to ketosis, (but only one bite to convert back to glycolysis) you will probably feel sluggish the first week but most people feel better than ever thereafter.

    Simple carbohydrates (sugar, flour, bread, cereal, pasta, potatoes, rice) triggers insulin which can store the calories you eat into fat. The more protein you eat the more the fat burning hormone glucagon is released. The more carbohydrate you eat the more the fat storage hormone insulin is released.

    High insulin levels promote inflammation, weight gain, hunger and unbalance other hormones. Controlling your insulin level will bal


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