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    Modified PSMF Calculator

    For anyone interesting in doing a protein sparing modified fast, here is a calculator I put together based upon Lyle McDonald's "The Rapid Fatloss Handbook". It doesn't give out all the knowledge contained in his books (and shouldn't) but I have laid out the basic plan.

    Hopefully, it makes figuring out the layout of the diet easier for the 1st time user.
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    Originally Posted by Atavis View Post
    For anyone interesting in doing a protein sparing modified fast, here is a calculator I put together based upon Lyle McDonald's "The Rapid Fatloss Handbook". It doesn't give out all the knowledge contained in his books (and shouldn't) but I have laid out the basic plan.

    Hopefully, it makes figuring out the layout of the diet easier for the 1st time user.
    Sweet, thanks! Looking to try this a few months down the road. Want to give it a shot after pleateauing (hopefully wont) on keto.
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    Gahhh! Open Office would only let me open it in read only mode.
    65% fat, 30% protein, 5% carbs = keto.

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    Originally Posted by Eileen View Post
    Gahhh! Open Office would only let me open it in read only mode.
    save it as a file on your desktop and it will become usable in openoffice
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    Ok, I'll try that.
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    thanks! this is awesome. i doing lyle's psmf right now. this is a super helpful calc.
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    Originally Posted by Atavis View Post
    For anyone interesting in doing a protein sparing modified fast, here is a calculator I put together based upon Lyle McDonald's "The Rapid Fatloss Handbook". It doesn't give out all the knowledge contained in his books (and shouldn't) but I have laid out the basic plan.

    Hopefully, it makes figuring out the layout of the diet easier for the 1st time user.
    Thanks so much for this. Makes it so much easier instead of having to write it all down and calculate it. I love all the info in the book, but it's just so much information over so many pages, that it's hard to overview. This really helps.

    I only have one question, Body weight is Pounds correct? It's a guess but I'm using the Metric system (so need to convert to pounds before using this)
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    Great work man, thanks a lot.
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    360g of protein ..... And you expect to be in ketosis am I missing something here lol
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    This is not a ketogenic diet.
    It's just a high protein diet bodybuilders have been doing for decades with periodic carb loading. It's a glucose based diet with periods of deep caloric deficits.
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    It has me eating 900 calories per day.....no thanks
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    Originally Posted by nicholina View Post
    It has me eating 900 calories per day.....no thanks
    It's got me doing 1,100. Thats the deal with this diet, very low cals via protein for a couple weeks.
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    Only thing getting me through this cut is eating a small breakfast/lunch then having gigantic salad/chipotle bowl at night..

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    Hi, thanks a lot. I think I will git it a try


    Originally Posted by Atavis View Post
    For anyone interesting in doing a protein sparing modified fast, here is a calculator I put together based upon Lyle McDonald's "The Rapid Fatloss Handbook". It doesn't give out all the knowledge contained in his books (and shouldn't) but I have laid out the basic plan.

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    Originally Posted by Atavis View Post
    For anyone interesting in doing a protein sparing modified fast, here is a calculator I put together based upon Lyle McDonald's "The Rapid Fatloss Handbook". It doesn't give out all the knowledge contained in his books (and shouldn't) but I have laid out the basic plan.

    Hopefully, it makes figuring out the layout of the diet easier for the 1st time user.

    Thanks for the Excel File.

    I create Excel spreadsheets for accounting and finance that include VBA procedures. I would be interested in seeing the tables referred to in your Lookup functions. I see you do not use range names for you Vlookup functions.
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    Originally Posted by JerryB View Post
    This is not a ketogenic diet.
    It's just a high protein diet bodybuilders have been doing for decades with periodic carb loading. It's a glucose based diet with periods of deep caloric deficits.
    I know this isn't the latest post but it fits your current sentiments
    Fat is 90% keto 10% anti-keto, therefore a lack of dietary fat results in less glucose. How is a diet lacking both carbs and fats not ketogenic?
    PSMF is not excess protein


    It seems odd to talk about "protein" being glucogenic and anti-ketogenic, when in fact some amino acids (in the white boxes) are ketogenic, while others are solely glucogenic, and many can be either depending on the situation and where they are fed into the cycle.

    So one of the roles amino acids play in metabolism is in keeping the revolving Krebs door filled with people so that it keeps going around. It is this, preventing "oxaloacetate drain", that is the most likely mechanism by which dietary protein blunts ketosis by allowing fatty acid derived acetyl-CoA to enter the cycle and be metabolized to completion. In the process, the amino acids that feed into Krebs produce ATP and/or reducing equivalents depending on their points of entry.

    Some (actually only a few!) can provide substrate directly for the gluconeogenesis pathway. It should also be pointed out that other substrates for this pathway include glycerol (from the backbone of dietary triglyceride fats) and lactate from anaerobic respiration, and also some short chain fatty acids.

    It is not gluconeogenesis, however, that puts the brakes on ketogenesis. Look at the pathways above again, and realize that it is a deficiency of oxaloacetate that favors ketogenesis rather than processing of acetyl CoA through Krebs. Gluconeogenesis "drains" OAA. Protein puts the brakes on ketogenesis because it keeps the Krebs revolving door going around and generating energy the old fashioned way. If amino acids fill the revolving door, fatty acid derived acetyl CoA is going into Krebs!
    taken from http://carbsanity.blogspot.com.au/20...true-keto.html
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    Fantastic tool, I hadn't realized how much I'd been overestimating the amount of protein I needed. Thanks!!
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