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Ketogenic Diet: Lose Weight With Ketosis

If you’ve faced a health or weight loss plateau, you might have heard about the ketogenic diet. But what is ketosis? Going into ketosis, or a state of fat burning, isn’t complicated, but it takes motivation. It’s a way to burn stubborn fat and lose weight. Today we’ll explore questions like what is the ketogenic diet, what is ketosis and how does it work, what are keto foods, and the benefits and dangers involved in following a ketogenic diet plan. As a bonus: I’ll provide a 1 week ketogenic diet plan plus a complimentary workout plan. Together, they will help you burn stubborn fat. We try so hard to lose a few kilos or pounds, but most of the time we don’t manage to. Luckily, there is an easy way to turn the body into a fat burning machine: the ketogenic diet. Why the ketogenic diet? It’s commonly believed that consuming fewer calories will lead to weight loss. It looks something like this: Calories stored (or lost) = Calories consumed – Calories burned Following this equation, if we eat less, we’ll create a calorie deficit and in turn, use our stored fat . Assumably, we’ll lose weight. It seems easy to do. But, things go wrong. First, as many know from experie Continue reading >>

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  1. Farhan Malhi

    Ketosis is a metabolic condition in which enters the body when carbohydrate intake is very low (depending on the source talking between 15 and 50 grams per day) or when you are fasting, induces beta-oxidation fat for energy, producing ketone bodies are acetone, acetoacetate and beta-hydroxybutyrate mainly used as energy by the brain and other organs of the human body.

  2. Rebecca Paul

    Eggs are a staple for low carbers, ketogenic dieters and diabetics. Not only are they nutritious they are also low in carbohydrates.
    Eggs do contain protein which requires insulin, so eating the whole egg or even the egg yolk (rather than white white which has more protein) is a good option if you’re trying to optimise blood glucose rather than build muscle.
    While cheese and cream are often favoured by people trying to limit carbohydrates, many people say that they have more success with their weight loss if they limit dairy.
    But should we avoid all dairy? Is some dairy better than others?
    Some people believe that red meat and dairy are uniquely insulinogenic, however my reading of the food insulin index data is that there is nothing special about these foods that isn’t explained by their carbohydrate, protein and fibre content.
    milk and cream
    Milk requires a lot more insulin than the high fat cheeses due to its higher carbohydrate content.
    Cream is a stand out due to its high fat content and is a much better option than milk in your coffee.
    If you are going to drink milk, keep it to a minimum and choose full fat milk, not skim.
    Full fat plain yogurt has the lowest percentage of insulinogenic calories while the sweetened and low fat options are extremely insulinogenic and should be avoided.
    It’s interesting to note that there are only a handful of fruits with a low percentage of insulinogenic calories (i.e. olives and avocados).

  3. Purely Fresh

    Keto diet is well known for being a low carb diet, where the body produces ketones in the liver to be used as energy.Ketogenic Diet Food List
    Arugula (Rocket)
    Bell Peppers
    Bok Choy
    Brussels Sprouts
    Butterhead Lettuce etc.

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