I had previously posted this summer about how well keto and sea kayaking go together:
As threatened, I took advantage of the full moon last week to do an even longer kayak trip on Wednesday. Managed to hit my schedule just as planned, starting at 8 AM and finishing at 1 AM after 62 miles/100 Km. (Most rest breaks are edited out of the recording, so the time shown on the graphs doesn’t equal that elapsed time.) Helpful tidal currents probably cut at least 15% off that number for my actual distance that I pulled, but that’s part of the game.
Food for the day was again mostly pork chile verde, eggs, cheese, tea with cream and coconut oil, olives and walnuts, in roughly decreasing caloric contribution. On both of these long paddles, I felt better after six hours than I did after two, so I get the feeling that my liver takes a while before it says “Oh, we’re working today, are we?” and kicks the gluconeogenesis and BHB production into high gear!
Photos taken off the north side of Orcas Island, at about mile 40 and 44.