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The Ketogenic Diet Explained Simply

While the ketogenic diet itself is fairly simple and straightforward – get 75% of your daily calories from fat, and keep carb intake under 5% of your calories – it can be quite confusing and complicated to understand how it all actually works. This hand-drawn and animation type video from the PictureFit YouTube Channel does a pretty good job of explaining the details of how it all works. …a good video for introducing someone you know to the Ketogenic Diet, explaining it in simple terms, in less than 5 minutes. Continue reading >>

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  1. LauraSakura

    When people say fresh meat vs processed meat... where does ground beef go? Or chicken breasts that I buy prepackaged and frozen? Or by processed are we taking about things like lunch meats, bacon, pepperoni, etc?

  2. VindicoAtrum

    Fresh meat from a butchers won't have fillers in it. Tesco value burgers for £1.19 are not going to be 80%+ meat, they'll have filler.
    The best example of this - Pricey pork/cumberland sausages from my local butchers have 1.6g carbs per 2 sausages, and I like to eat 6 or 8 for a meal. Tesco cumberland sausages have 7.6g carbs per 2, and their pork have 10.6g!!!!! of carbs per 2 sausages. 8 of those would have me at 42g+ of carbs in 1 meal, well over my limit. 8 of my butchers sausages barely passes 10g of carbs.

  3. LauraSakura

    I just buy 80/20 ground beef from the grocery store. I don't really have any butchers around that I know of, unless you mean the butcher in the grocery store

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