From what I've been reading on it, it's almost like the higher the fat in the first day, the quicker you'll get into it. Some people suggested like 50-60 (or even more) percent of your calories coming from fat and as little carbs as possible. Like down to 15%.
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so working large muscle groups helps to deplete liver glycogen levels quickly? I thought that this sort of anaerobic activity would deplete muscle glycogen more. and what are you taking as a shake after your leg workout?
Originally posted by Jaxsurf so working large muscle groups helps to deplete liver glycogen levels quickly? I thought that this sort of anaerobic activity would deplete muscle glycogen more. and what are you taking as a shake after your leg workout?
Yes, I take a shake after all w/o's including cardio.
My shake uses grape juice, to tryy and avoid preferentially repleting liver glycogen.
Remember, the liver will give up its glycogen to help maintain plasma glucose levels, so really anything that reduces plasma levels will help you get back in ketosis.
The reason for low intensity cardio being used is to induce ketosis and save muscle glycogen levels for your weighlifting days.