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Old 02-21-2008, 11:24 AM   #1
Dan Heaney
Join Date: Jan 2008
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Default Ketosis question

I've been eating low carb for a while under 100g and closer to 75g the last week. I am fairly sure I'm in ketosis (urine smells real bad). I'm not cutting calories because I don't want to lose strength or lean muscle but since I am in ketosis I want to burn as much fat as I can without restricting calories. What marco ratio would be best? I am currently @ 45%P, 45%F and 10%CHO. I don't want my fat too high because then I won't burn BF for fuel and I don't want my PRO too high because of glucogenisis. Any ideas as to what the best ratio would be? Again I eat low carb mainly because I feel better overall not because I am trying to lose fat. I just want fat loss to be a side effect
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