What Is The KETOGENIC Diet?

What Food to Avoid & What to Eat? How to Plan your Meals? 30x Ready to Use Recipe, 4 Weeks Grocery List & 28 Day Plan.

What Is The KETOGENIC Diet?

What Food to Avoid & What to Eat? How to Plan your Meals? 30x Ready to Use Recipe, 4 Weeks Grocery List & 28 Day Plan.

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This was the perfect book to get me started with ketogenic diet. The very useful 4 week plan is very easy to follow. If you listen to the book and stick with it you’re gonna feel great!

– Sarah Butcher, London

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The book discusses ‘what to eat’ and ‘what not to eat’ which is really helpful. A great book for those who wants to start keto. It clearly defines how to go about it and the meals on offer are fantastic.

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WHAT IS KETO?

The Ketogenic diet is a low-carb, high-fat diet that causes weight loss and provides health benefits.

It involves significantly reducing carbohydrates intake while increasing protein to the levels necessary to maintain muscle mass.

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Historically, the Ketogenic diet was discovered as early as the 20th century and was (yet still is) an effective solution for individuals suffering from epilepsy. In the early times, bodybuilders used to apply it without actually knowing the mechanisms behind it through doing a “fish and water” diet. Additionally, it is the diet that humans historically adhered to naturally before processed sugars became so readily available. Click here to read product full description.

To date, the Ketogenic Diet has maintained its status of effectiveness and of course gaining wider attention among people looking to lose weight faster. The Ketogenic diet is a low-carb, high-fat diet that causes weight loss and provides health benefits. It involves significantly reducing carbohydrate intake while increasing protein to the levels necessary to maintain muscle mass with the calorie ratios approximating 70 percent fat, 25 percent protein, and 5 low-glycemic carbohydrates.