(Part 2) Top products from r/100DaysofKeto

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u/MadtownMaven · 2 pointsr/100DaysofKeto

First option is to wear fitted pants like tights. That'll be the best prevention. Another option is to apply an anti-chafing product to the area before working out. Some people recommend deodorant, but I've found that not to work great. I really recommend Body Glide. It goes on clear and doesn't feel like anything, but does a great job of preventing chafing or blisters. I also love using it on my feet before wearing strappy or snug shoes and it will prevent the blisters that will form there (like at the back of my heel where I'm prone to them). I've used it for years and it's nice because a tube last a long time (like it takes me 6 months to use it up), works great, and I've found it doesn't much with any fabrics/materials that it touches.

u/rohyplol · 1 pointr/100DaysofKeto

My favorite Thai dish to order is red Thai curry w/o rice BUT! You'll need to ask the restaurant to make it without sugar. Most restaurants are perfectly willing to do this for you, and my local restaurant has come to know that it's my regular order.

Alternatively, I'd highly recommend this super easy (once you own red Thai curry paste) recipe that I make every week. It feeds us for three days or more straight and gets to the heart of my Asian food cravings without fail.

I also have a pretty easy recipe for Indian butter chicken which, just, yum.

u/Oranges13 · 1 pointr/100DaysofKeto

My mom sold her awesome Oster / Sunbeam food processor mixer thing when she got her vitamix.

As a blender, it's great. But that's really all it does. It can't really food process (slice, etc). It's great at making puree and you can make hot soup in the blender because the friction heats up the liquid. But honestly, its a blender.

It will make you iphone-smoothie if you want it but it's just a blender.

Except for keto chow I haven't used my blender on keto at all because smoothies just aren't do-able. But I HAVE used my food processor and immersion blender a lot. EDIT: I used to have a magic bullet. It wasn't getting used once I went to keto, so I donated it.

I was recommended this model if you want a FANCY immersion blender: http://amzn.to/1JV1Gj9 It's super expensive (for a hand blender) but apparently the ones that chefs use.

u/cameronmalek · 1 pointr/100DaysofKeto

I don't want to take the wind out of your sails, but…

> “In hyperglycaemic patients in the Emergency Department, a good correlation was observed between urine ketones and capillary blood ketones for low values, but a poor correlation was observed for high values. Either test can therefore be used to exclude ketosis, but the capillary blood ketones test is more accurate to confirm ketoacidosis.”

> — PMID 17320448.

While the study cited is concerned with detecting ketoacidosis in hyperglycaemic patients, not ketosis in average people, the point is ketostix will never correlate accurately with blood levels of ketone bodies (the ketones your body's actually receiving energy from) at high levels as seen in a ketogenic diet.

Furthermore, ketostix are affected by dilution, meaning it is directly affected by how much water you're drinking, how much you're sweating, water retention, and so on.

Finally, ketostix measure acetoacetate via chemical reaction, and acetoacetate is only one of three ketone bodies. Initially, when you start a ketogenic diet, acetoacetate will make up about half of the circulating ketones, but when you are keto-adapted, it makes up only about 20% of the ketone bodies in circulation.

> “Beta-hydroxybutyrate and acetoacetate are made in the liver in about equal proportions, and both are initially promptly oxidized by muscle. But over a matter of weeks, the muscles stop using these ketones for fuel. Instead, muscle cells take up acetoacetate, reduce it to beta-hydroxybutyrate, and return it back into the circulation. Thus after a few weeks, the predominant form in the circulation is beta-hydroxybutyrate, which also happens to be the ketone preferred by brain cells (as an aside, the strips that test for ketones in the urine detect the presence of acetoacetate, not beta-hydroxybutyrate). The result of this process of keto-adaptation is an elegantly choreographed shuttle of fuel from fat cells to liver to muscle to brain.”

> — The Art and Science of Low Carbohydrate Living: An Expert Guide to Making the Life-Saving Benefits of Carbohydrate Restriction Sustainable and Enjoyable

Personally, I do better with not measuring or tracking anything other than net carbs. I cannot directly control the amount of ketone bodies in my system, but I can very clearly control how many net carbohydrates I consume. I wouldn't even measure weight at this point if I wasn't taking part in this challenge. One clearly defined, measurable, and controllable goal is much easier on me psychologically. Once you get at least a month (or more) into the diet without any cheating, then you can try measuring more stuff to do some trial and error self-experimentation if you're into that sort of thing, or you can just keep going measuring net carbs.

u/thelastbaron · 2 pointsr/100DaysofKeto

I'm a little embarrassed to admit that just this past weekend, I got myself a Vidalia Chop Wizard, a hokey "as-seen-on-TV" kitchen gadget, and what Alton Brown would call a unitasker.

My favorite keto recipe is Caveman Keto's Caveman Chili. I cooked it maybe 7 or 8 times throughout 2015. The problem is I would always dread the time and effort it takes to chop up the peppers and onions. I decided I needed to get something which would make the whole prep quicker and easier, so that I would be less discouraged from making the chili. I chose to go with the Vidalia Chop Wizard just because it's what /u/CavemanKeto recommends, to keep things even simpler.

Also, I want to recommend fatCoffee, which is a special premade butter coffee mix that you can buy here: https://www.ninjagoatnutrition.com/ I love so-called bulletproof coffee but, once again, the time and effort involved in mixing all the ingredients in a blender (not to mention the cleanup) was prohibiting me from making it as often as I would like. Now I can just brew my coffee like usual, add a packet of fatcoffee to my thermos, shake it up, and head to work! Shoutout to the guy behind it, he's on reddit somewhere (you might've seen a reddit ad for it) but I don't know his username.

u/lurkinallday23 · 2 pointsr/100DaysofKeto

You may want to consider a magnesium supplement. I bought these, and they have been helping.


I am a keto noob though so if anyone has a better recommendation, please post it!

u/bahnessa28 · 2 pointsr/100DaysofKeto

I know it's not the same a real grill, but I've been using this grill since I live in an apartment and can't use an outdoor grill. This is pretty damn good for an electric grill and a decent price.

u/Raidingreaper · 2 pointsr/100DaysofKeto

/r/StrongCurves It's a lifting/workout program that focuses more on the ladies. Since ladies can't get as many gains in our upperbody, we should be focusing lowerbody stuff. So Booty gains! It's based on a book Bret Conteras wrote.

u/cobra_cake · 1 pointr/100DaysofKeto

Try making a protein shake. I use Isopure Zero Carb.

  • 1 cup Almond Milk
  • 1 scoop Isopure (half a serving)
  • 2 Tbsp Heavy Whipping Cream
  • Sweetener to taste

    From here you can mix it up however you want. Add peanut butter powder, sugar free syrups, cocoa powder or instant coffee.


    This should give you another 250 Calories at least, more if you use two scoops of protein powder.
u/Cptrunner · 1 pointr/100DaysofKeto

I've never done the K cups, I can find the ground at our local grocery store (for far less than this but this is the bag):
Newman's Own Organic Special Blend Ground Decaf Coffee, 10-Ounce Bags (Pack of 3) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001M2BMBQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awd_rnzNwbZFMGGCX

u/Apprentice_Bator · 1 pointr/100DaysofKeto

Not sure how accurate it is, but I use a scale that measures body fat by sending an electric signal through your body, and measuring the time it takes based on body weight. It seems to be very accurate. Something like this:


u/G3TG0T · 3 pointsr/100DaysofKeto

This helps when the scale hasn't changed.

u/rampion_scampion · 3 pointsr/100DaysofKeto

I also use an electrolyte mix that I mix into water 2x a day. The first time I did Keto, I had a headache and leg cramps about a week in and I drank two of these before I went to bed and my symptoms went away by morning. I drink two packets a day now usually.

u/verveonica · 3 pointsr/100DaysofKeto

WOOOOO - Day 25 on Keto and Feeling Fine!!! I was a bit upset last night. In the past I would have gone on a terribly self-destructive food binge consisting of gads only knows what. I did binge - not on crunchy carbedness, but on dice. https://www.amazon.com/RPG-Polyhedral-Gaming-Dice-Roleyplaying/dp/B01MQFE0M5/ref=sr_1_1?s=toys-and-games&ie=UTF8&qid=1485452211&sr=1-1-spons&keywords=polyhedral+dice&psc=1 I am such a nerd.