In our Keto Guide we present exciting facts and information about ketogenic nutrition. You will also learn from us how to implement a guaranteed successful ketogenic diet.
The ketogenic diet is a low carb high fat diet (LCHF). As the name suggests - rich in fat and very low in carbohydrates. If one follows the ketogenic diet, the organism changes from sugar metabolism to fat metabolism, called ketosis. This is an ancient and natural process that has ensured the survival of humans in primeval times. Carbohydrates were not available in sufficient quantities at all times of the year to supply the organism with energy. Instead, dietary fat and body fat were converted into ketones. Ketones now served the body as the primary source of energy. This principle is today known and popular as ketogenic diet, No Carb or Keto diet.
The Keto Food Pyramid turns many a tried and tested nutrition pyramid upside down. Especially those who are used to a low-fat, carbohydrate-rich diet will first have to get used to the new picture.
What is allowed to be eaten in a ketogenic diet? Which foods should be taken with care and which products should you avoid altogether? Our ketogenic diet food list will help you with these questions.
The worldwide comparison of Keto, Low Carb and Paleo at the Google Trends Popularity shows that Keto has already overtaken the pure Low Carb, as well as the Paleo Diet in 2017. Meanwhile the term Keto is almost twice as popular as Low-Carb and Paleo combined!
A ketogenic diet often tastes better than a low-fat kitchen. Because fat is known to be a flavour carrier. And if you have the right recipes, which you can get at KetoMeals, ketogenic cuisine is a real treat for the palate. Whether Keto breakfast, lunch and dinner, cakes, cookies, ice cream or shakes and drinks. Let me surprise you.