Low carb high fat diet plan laid out plainly for those of us who have no gallbladder and thyroid issues to deal with too. Understanding how the metabolism works and no single organ works in a vacuum is the first aaa ha, moment. Our bodies are made up of several system that all work together in harmony. Well until something comes along to gum up the works.
Gumming up the works normally happens by way of our diet. Even when we thing we are doing what we should, often we are going off of faulty advice! Personally, I was trying to avoid fat because I had gallbladder issues. Turns out that is the wrong thing to do. Not using the gallbladder only creates stones as the bile builds up in there.
Life After Gallbladder Surgery
Not only is the gallbladder fundamental in breaking down fat, but it also plays a role in the whole T3 T4 conversion process. In other words it has a role to play in how your thyroid functions. So at this point you are thinking “really, a low carb high fat diet plan is even a thing for those without a gallbladder?” Yep, I’m here to tell you it is possible.
Over the last 6 weeks I have lost 12 pounds and 3 1/2 inches around my waist!
And I wasn’t hungry. What low carb high fat diet plan did I follow you ask? It is a fairly basic one involving under 20grams of fat a day, about 25 grams of protein and 75-80grams of fat. Eating all that fat required me to find some supplements to support its metabolism.
These are the supplements I take for my low carb high fat diet plan:
The four main components to getting the best results from a keto lifestyle on a low carb high fat diet plan are as follows
- Getting sufficient nutrients from the foods and supplements you take
- Supporting your thyroid with iodine
- Making sure to support your adrenal glands properly
- Supporting your sleep
Of all of these supporting your sleep is one of the most neglected aspects of any weight loss plan. The important thing to keep in mind involved not spiking your insulin before bed and getting at least 8 hours of quality sleep.