So my doctor put me on a ketogenic diet for a medical disorder outside of weight management.
Recently he has adjusted my medication and told me that instead of doing ketogenic, he wants me to just do a low carb diet.
This means I am going from high fat, and somewhat high protein, with only 30 grams of carbs - to high fat, high protein with up to 100 grams of carbs.
While I love being able to eat fruit, I am having a hard time not over doing it. I keep ending up binging over my normal caloric amount and my 100 grams of carbs... Has anyone else had this issue?
Any tips on adding in carbs without going carb-crazy and gaining a bunch of weight?
Also, in the week since I added in the extra carbs, I have gained a few lbs. I am worried that this gaining may continue with the added carbs...
Is there anyway to add carbs on not gain a bunch of weight back?
1. Drink 144 or more oz. of water per day (6 water bottles or more)
2. Keep my net carbs (grams of carbs - grams of fiber) at 60 grams or less per day
3. Keep my sugar content at 25 grams or less per day (primarily from fruit/veggies)
4. Do at least 3 mins of planks every day.
5. Do at least 100 squats every day.
6. Run at least 3 times a week.