There seems to be not much easily accessible information on this topic on the internet.

What exactly is the glycogen status of a person in ketosis, for let's say a very long time. Are the glycogen stores always depleted and empty or are they filled in resting time by gluconeogenesis, and are spent while intense exercising?

Is glycogen even relevant to person in ketosis? If yes how is it getting filled?

  • I'm curious to what end you'd like to know? Are you feeling tired after workouts? Or is this just a scientific curiosity? In ketosis your body is burning ketones for fuel. – C. Lange Dec 3 '20 at 20:22

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