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Amin 21 K and Vegetarians

Prof. Mario Marchetti - May 20, 2015

Vegetarians and ketogenic diet

Liposuction food in the sense of “Amino acid treatment of localized fat” is affecting more and more overweight people. We received (and continue to receive), more and more requests for help from vegetarians who would undergo the treatment, but with the limitations imposed by their diets that strictly prohibits the intake of meat or fish.

Our team of nutritionists, doctors and biologists, was put to work taking the view that, it was not unthinkable to find a solution acceptable to vegetarians.

We looked at the various options that offer international cuisine, taking into account that our treatment of three weeks does not allow the intake of sugar, which will be stopping ketogenesis during the Liposuction Food treatment.

After many discussions, we have identified certain foods that vegetarians can eat instead of animal proteins, with the only limitation that the sugar content never exceeds 5% by weight of the food consumed.

Let’s move on to list some food and drink.

Soy milk is a beverage coming from soy plant, commonly prevalent among Asian populations where it can also be a real meal.

Quantity per 100 grams

  • 54 calories
  • Lipids 1.8 g
    • Saturated fatty acids 0.2 g
    • Polyunsaturated fatty acids 1 g
    • Monounsaturated fatty acids 0.4 g
    • Trans fatty acids 0 g
  • Cholesterol 0 mg
  • Sodium 51 mg
  • Potassium 118 mg
  • 6 g carbohydrates
    • Dietary Fiber 0.6 g
    • 4 g sugar
  • Protein 3.3 g

Seitan is a paste, high-protein, obtained from wheat gluten type wheat or barley.

Quantity per 100 grams

370 calories

  • Lipids 1.8 g
    • Saturated fatty acids 0.3 g
    • Polyunsaturated fatty acids 0.8 g
    • Monounsaturated fatty acids 0.2 g
  • Cholesterol 0 mg
  • Sodium 29mg
  • Potassium 100 mg
  • Carbohydrates 14 g
  • Dietary Fiber 0.6 g
  • 0 g sugar
  • Protein 75 g

Tempeh or tempe is a fermented food made from yellow soybeans, very popular in Indonesia and other countries of Southeast Asia. It is also known as “soy meat”.

Quantity per 100 grams

193 calories

  • Fat 11 g
    • Saturated fatty acids 2.2 g
    • Polyunsaturated fatty acids 3.8 g
    • Monounsaturated fatty acids 3 g
  • Cholesterol 0 mg
  • 9 mg sodium
  • Potassium 412 mg
  • Carbohydrates 9 g
  • Protein 19 g

Tofu, sometimes also known as rennet seed, is a food spread almost throughout the Far East. Although its name is Japanese, it has Chinese origins.

Quantity per 100 grams

  • 76 calories
  • Lipids 4.8 g
    • Saturated fatty acids 0.7 g
    • Polyunsaturated fatty acids 2.7 g
    • Monounsaturated fatty acids 1.1 g
  • Cholesterol 0 mg
  • 7 mg sodium
  • Potassium 121mg
  • Carbohydrates 1.9 g
    • 8 g protein
  • Dietary Fiber 0.3 g

How to replace meat and fish with vegetarian foods?

As you can imagine, not all foods available for vegetarian or even vegan protein are used in our treatment.

First of all you cannot use, and it’s a real shame, legumes. Although they are a very good source of protein, they contain too many carbohydrates (not less than 20% but often much more), so would interrupt ketogenesis.

In this regard, remember that your intake of sugars should not exceed 5% per day than the food introduced.

We can also make a small exception for the extra virgin olive oil (virgin) that does not compromise ketogenesis,but is calorie and therefore we cannot afford more than 5.10 g per day (kcal 45/90).

With this in mind, we can consume up to 250 g Tofu, equal to a sugar intake of 4.75 g. But if we want to drink 50grams of soy milk (equivalent to 3 g of sugar) we have to limit the Tofu just over 100 g.

So the choice is there, but with careful usage and proper calculation of the amount taken.

It is the responsibility of the patient to choose own selection of recipes and their use always taking into account the main stake: not exceed 5% of carbohydrates. But above all … do not fool yourself!

WARNING: We repeat that the proportion of sugar should not ever exceed 5% by weight of the food consumed.

The calculation of your daily protein (1.5 g per kg body weight for men and 1.2 g per kg weight for women) must take into account how many proteins are taken with vegetarian foods, how much through the AMIN 21K intergration, and then only the difference can be taken by above mentioned food.


About the author

Prof. Mario Marchetti

Pharmacist, Ph.D., Director of the Department of Pharmacology Ageing Society, journalist, publicist, professor at the Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Tor Vergata