The low carb high fat diet is implemented by reducing the number of carbohydrates (specifically starches and sugars) to less than 60 grams a day. But it’s not just about reducing the number of carbs; you must also increase the amount of fat you’re consuming daily as well. You should aim for 3 quarters of your daily caloric intake to come from fats. The other quarter being protein with the small amount of carb added in.
We’ve talked about the perceived “walls” that people run into while following the Ketogenic diet. If you don’t try earnestly to stay creative and enthusiastic, you can end up eating the same foods over and over again – which loses attractiveness quickly. So how do you avoid this state of “diet boredom” while maintaining your fat burning lifestyle? You develop easy low carb recipes for your Ketogenic diet menu!
The Ketogenic Diet is easier if you eat animal products – period.
But can a vegetarian or vegan be Keto? Does the necessity of fat and the small margin for carbs eliminate anyone else for meat and dairy consumers? No. The Vegetarian and Vegan can still be LCHF while observing their food preferences. Here at Keys to Ketosis, we’ve provided a vegan ketogenic diet food list to help anyone who is conscious of what types of food they consume, but still wants to (or has to) pursue a low-carb high-fat lifestyle.
Check out the list of food we’ve compiled for a low-carb vegan diet below!
A Ketosis Diet Plan is a carefully considered, thought execution of lifestyle optimization. You’re going from someone who is controlled by impulse, to someone who controls life. Food is no longer a master, ordering you around by whatever craving you have. It has now become a tool – and a damn good one at that. But before you can execute, you need supplies for this plan. You can’t build a house without the tools, and you can’t escape a deteriorating eating style until you know what you need to do it. Listed below are you essential Ketosis Diet Plan tools.
When you start the Ketogenic Diet, there are many questions for you to answer. The people you know and love want to know why you’ve chosen to pursue this peculiar sounding diet. You not only want to answer these questions, but to vindicate your decision to be Ketogenic. But out of all of the questions you’ll receive, “what is ketosis?” is likely the most important answer you’ll give.
We want to help you answer this question effectively, and succinctly, so we’ve provided three steps to describing “what is ketosis” with the hope that you’ll:
A. Answer the question well
B. Help people understand the value of this amazing lifestyle!
In life, we’re always talking about must haves. If you’re driving a high end car, you must have the top of the line motor oil coursing through its cylinders. If you’re competing at a high level in a track competition, state of the art running shoes are a must have. When you’re celebrating a huge quarter at the office, the finest bourbon is a must have. I would submit to you, that if you’re serious about a ketogenic lifestyle, MCT Oil is a must have.
MCT Oil provides a heavy dose of the very fuels that turn your body into – and keep it – a fat burning machine. Unlike LCTs, MCTs bypass much of the digestion process that others fats go through. MCTs act in an almost carb-like manner in how they’re sent directly to the liver, where they are used for energy.
There are many reasons why MCT Oil makes perfect sense for your Ketogenic Diet, but help you understand how they can play an essential role in your nutrition, we’ve some of the main benefits of MCT Oil in your Ketogenic Diet plan.
Still sticking to that New Year’s weight loss resolution?
I certainly hope so, but the statistics are not in your favor. A recent report by the Washington Post revealed that 25% of people who make New Year’s resolutions fail within the first week! Yikes!
If you fall into this 25% or you didn’t even bother making a weight loss resolution, we’ve got just the thing for you!
Have you been wondering what exogenous ketones are? If so, you’re not the only one. The keto-dieting world has been buzzing with information about developments on exogenous ketones for awhile now, with many brands producing exogenous ketones that are used by Keto lifestylers around the world.
But the majority of Keto dieters don’t completely understand what exogenous ketones are or how they can benefit their diet (or dieting options).
In this post, we’ll provide you with easy to read information about exogenous ketones. With this knowledge, you’ll be able to utilize exogenous ketones in your diet, and teach others about their value.
As you scan through the results on Google, you become overwhelmed. You know there are plenty of Keto recipes out there, but you’re new to this, and you want to start with Keto meal plan that’s a little less overwhelming. We’ve been there too. You click the link, and are shown a laundry list of steps that you either don’t have time for, or are just too hungry to cover.
Well friend, you’re in luck, because here at Keys to Ketosis our goal is to make the Ketogenic lifestyle easier to transition to. We want you to succeed, and still enjoy what you eat. The two do not have to be at odds.