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- n. A pathological increase in the production of ketone bodies.
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- n. A metabolic state in which the body produces ketones to be used as fuel by some organs so that glycogen can be reserved for organs that depend on it. This condition occurs during times of fasting, starvation, or while on a ketogenic weight-loss diet.
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- n. an abnormal increase of ketone bodies in the blood as in diabetes mellitus
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People who are in long term ketosis tend to adapt to it, and ketone levels actually drop somewhat.
Have you considered getting your methyglyoxal levels checked, assuming you have been in long-term ketosis?
I don’t believe long term ketosis is bad for the kidneys.
If she is in heavy ketosis, which is easy to check, she probably needs a few more carbs.
The body goes into a situation known as ketosis, where you're starting to accumulate toxins in the body.
It actually puts your body into a state of what is known as ketosis, which means that you're just burning fats like crazy.
Remarkably, and for reasons that are still unclear, this process - called ketosis - has an antiepileptic effect.
Once the liver's stores of glycogen are gone, the body begins to shift over to what is called ketosis or ketone production - the use of fatty acids as fuel
Once the liver's stores of glycogen are gone, the body begins to shift over to what is called ketosis or ketone production - the use of fatty acids as fuel Drag to Playlist
Atkins begins with dramatically changing how your body works by putting it in a state called ketosis; which has been linked to chronic dehydration, nausea, depression and bad breath.