LCHF kost
Introduktion och fakta om LCHF-kost

Fråga

Klarar man av t.ex. ett Vasalopp när man går på LCHF-kost?

Svar

Hej!

Ja, självklart kan man åka Vasaloppet även om man följer LCHF- kost! Jag vet till och med om några personer som åkte loppet nu i år och som samtidigt äter kolhydratfattig kost. Det är en vanlig missuppfattning bland folk att man måste äta kolhydrater för att kunna träna. När man äter LCHF har man inte brist på energi i kroppen, tvärtom så innehåller fett faktiskt mer energi per gram än vad kolhydrater gör. Det hela handlar egentligen bara om att man ställer om från ett energisystem till ett annat. Vid uthållighetsträning, som t ex att åka Vasaloppet, fungerar fettförbränningen som en alldeles utmärkt energikälla. En del har beskrivit att man kan få något sämre explosiv funktion, som exempelvis vid snabb tung styrkelyftning, vid ett lägre intag av kolhydrater. En normal väl balanserad styrketräning går dock alldeles utmärkt med LCHF- kost.

Vid start av LCHF- kost tar det några dagar då kroppen tömmer ur sina kolhydratreserver och sakta börjar förbränna fett för att tillgodose sig med energi. Under den här perioden, som brukar kallas för omställningsfasen, brukar man normalt uppleva en viss trötthet och energibrist. Befinner man sig i en sådan situation kanske det inte är så lyckat att ge sig ut i ett Vasalopp.


 
Kommentarer
 
 
Anita  
 

ja det skulle jag tro..Björn Ferry äter LCHF och tog hem OS guldet :)

 
Steven  (www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003461153052)
 

Tack se5 mycket, har faitkskt saknat pp ve4rdet pe5 vissa recept. Blir se5 himla inspirerad av dig och dina recept och med tanke pe5 att jag sje4lv e5terigen *suck* re4knar points se5 kommer ditt je4mff6rande ve4l till pass. Tack ff6r en trevlig blogg/ar.

 
Alain  (www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003460761633)
 

That sounds nice!If you eat so much potetoas and rice try to live without sugar. Hopefully R. understands your problems with traffic. Nice Malin! Tomorrow is your birthday. http://oelbzrb.com [url=http://lbqnzwmygus.com]lbqnzwmygus[/url] [link=http://hndaddnv.com]hndaddnv[/link]

 
Jonathas  (www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003461094270)
 

I had similar relutss, and that shut up my doctor, who always was trying to sell me Lipitor. When I gave up fruit on top of it all, my LDL plummeted, and the doctor said we were going to make ANNUAL appointments for me from now on, instead of QUARTERLY appointments.The reason why your doctor had to look around before he cheered you on is because for doctors/hospitals to hold onto their AMA membership and/or accreditation, they have to tow the party line, which is the same line towed by the cross-connected health lobbyists (AHA, ADA, ACS, ABCS, H&LI, and all the rest) who depend on customers for their livelihood. Coincidentally, this line is created by our own government in the form of farm subsidies we base a national diet on them, and bolster the economy in myriad ways: demand for crops, demand for health care, demand for junk food, demand for MORE and then so-called professionals helping to spur demand by towing the party line (AMA-certified dieticians, nutritionists, diet programs, some gym trainers, TV doctors, Oprah, etc.), and then there's these cockamamie exercise programs/devices/foods sold on TV at the end of it all to supposedly help you recover, but you never do it's just more money spent.It's the exact same way in the veterinary world.It isn't our health they have in mind, but how they all can wring out the most money from us before we die, and how they can kill us off before we reach Social Security and Medicare eligibility age that leave 64 11/12 years per person to max out all possible profits. Our living longer in spite of all this dietary danger is just more gravy for them. Those of us who live longer WITHOUT their input are usually self-reliant, far less susceptible to marketing, can see BS coming a mile away, know the difference between wants and needs, choose real food instead of pills, and are therefor less apt to end up as profit figures on some CEO's ledger. Supposedly, they'll also be the ones who trash the economy like politicians haven't done a fine job of that already! http://ndpstvbjtif.com [url=http://gomgrnnattd.com]gomgrnnattd[/url] [link=http://ykopsornqwx.com]ykopsornqwx[/link]

 
Ary  (www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003469757493)
 

I had similar rlesuts, and that shut up my doctor, who always was trying to sell me Lipitor. When I gave up fruit on top of it all, my LDL plummeted, and the doctor said we were going to make ANNUAL appointments for me from now on, instead of QUARTERLY appointments.The reason why your doctor had to look around before he cheered you on is because for doctors/hospitals to hold onto their AMA membership and/or accreditation, they have to tow the party line, which is the same line towed by the cross-connected health lobbyists (AHA, ADA, ACS, ABCS, H&LI, and all the rest) who depend on customers for their livelihood. Coincidentally, this line is created by our own government in the form of farm subsidies we base a national diet on them, and bolster the economy in myriad ways: demand for crops, demand for health care, demand for junk food, demand for MORE and then so-called professionals helping to spur demand by towing the party line (AMA-certified dieticians, nutritionists, diet programs, some gym trainers, TV doctors, Oprah, etc.), and then there's these cockamamie exercise programs/devices/foods sold on TV at the end of it all to supposedly help you recover, but you never do it's just more money spent.It's the exact same way in the veterinary world.It isn't our health they have in mind, but how they all can wring out the most money from us before we die, and how they can kill us off before we reach Social Security and Medicare eligibility age that leave 64 11/12 years per person to max out all possible profits. Our living longer in spite of all this dietary danger is just more gravy for them. Those of us who live longer WITHOUT their input are usually self-reliant, far less susceptible to marketing, can see BS coming a mile away, know the difference between wants and needs, choose real food instead of pills, and are therefor less apt to end up as profit figures on some CEO's ledger. Supposedly, they'll also be the ones who trash the economy like politicians haven't done a fine job of that already!

 
Santhiran  (www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003469766613)
 

torsdag, september 20, 2012 Ja je4ttekul & grttias!Sedan har jag ett par fre5gor till dig. Den ena e4r hur hf6g kf6tthalt korv bf6r ha (minst) ff6r att vara okej. Fe5r den inte innehe5lla ne5got ex potatismjf6l alls? Dessutom undrar jag f6ver en tidigare kommentar ifre5n dig, de4r du menade att hellre lite socker e4n vete. Ff6r vete var enligt dig ett steg ve4rre e4n socker. (Minns ej var det handlade om riktigt, e v farfars kf6ttbullar ). De5 undrar jag se5ledes om du menar rent allme4nt sett, eller om det e4r du sje4lv som e4r mer ke4nslig ff6r vete (gluten) e4n socker. Nu kanske det blev lite rf6rigt. Jag har ju ff6rste5tt ff6r le4nge sedan att du e4r sockerberoende, men du kanske ff6rste5r min fre5ga e4nde5 annars fe5r jag ve4l leta upp det de4r inle4gget. http://frmvnou.com [url=http://txzcywbyugx.com]txzcywbyugx[/url] [link=http://mjlnphxvlje.com]mjlnphxvlje[/link]

 
Ny kommentar 
 
* = Obligatoriskt fält

* Ditt namn:   


Din webbplats: (frivillig)


* Kommentar:   


* Ange bokstäverna/siffrorna i bilden

 

 
  < Tillbaka till frågor/svar
 
 
 
Om frågan/svaret
Datum: 2010-03-29
Taggar: 
Kategorier:  Kostfrågor
Antalet visningar:  7119