Abstract
TONE OF BODY IS CONTROLLED BY KETONE: THE ENORMOUS SOURCE FORM NATURE

Kushal Nandi*, Dhrubo Jyoti Sen, Saroni Saha, Dhananjoy Saha and Angshul Saha

ABSTRACT

A ketogenic diet is a diet in which most of the calories come from fat (70-75%). A moderate number of calories come from protein (20-25%). Only a small number of the calories come from carbohydrates (5%). The diet forces the body to burn fats rather than carbohydrates for energy. Normally, the carbohydrates you eat are turned into glucose in the body, which is used for energy around the body and in the brain. But, if you don't eat enough carbohydrates, your body has a back-up system of burning fat instead. The liver can use stored fat and the fat you eat for energy. Stored fat is broken into two parts, fatty acids, and ketone bodies. Ketone bodies power the brain instead of glucose. This state of having a lot of ketone bodies in your blood is called "Ketosis." The liver can also make or release its own glucose through two processes (gluconeogenesis and glycogenolysis) as glucose is still needed for normal body function. The regular ketogenic diet has two to four times fatter by weight than protein, and very little carbohydrates every day. This means not eating foods that are made from starch or sugar. High-carbohydrate foods are foods like fruits, bread, pasta, grains, cookies, and ice cream. Also, you have to increase your intake of fatty foods, like oils (usually from olives, avocados, or coconuts), butter, and fatty meats. It's also important to not eat too much protein. You should only eat just enough protein so you don't lose muscles. Too much protein reduces the ketone bodies in your blood and blocks fat burning. The ketogenic diet was originally created to treat people with epilepsy. Until other medicines became available, this was a good option for managing the condition.

Keywords: Medium Chain Triglyceride, Fat, Protein, Carbohydrate, Ketosis, Gluconeogenesis, Glycogenolysis.


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