What Is Keto?
Full Disclosure: This is copied directly from the Keto Subreddit. They did a lot of great work and it will be impossible to create anything more comprehensive as this. Please visit at: The ketogenic diet is a high-fat, adequate-protein, low-carbohydrate diet. It has a lot of health advantages compared to the standard western diet. Most people do keto because of the weight loss, but it also has other health advantages like lowering risk for heart disease, diabetes, cancer, stroke, and much more. Just follow these simple rules: Low in Carbs Less than 50g/day for most people, better below 20g. Fiber isn't counted in your carbs. Vegetables are perfectly acceptable. Moderate Protein Enough Fat Majority of energy Variable depending on goals of weight loss or maintenance The Right Kinds of Fat Eat monos and saturates for fuel (butter, olive oil, coconut oil) Limit high polyunsaturated sources (soy, corn, cottonseed) Keto Flu Supplement sodium 2g/day (e.g. drink 1-2 cups of broth per day) Replace magnesium to stop muscle cramps Drink lots of water When in Doubt, Eat Less Carbs When in Doubt, Eat More Fat The Standard Approach What is the premise of a low carb, keto diet? Low-carb diets are Continue reading >>