Have you tried keto before but maybe weren’t sure of food options that were available to you? Have you tried other diets but caved under the temptation of something juicy like a ribeye? What if I told you I had the solution to beating temptation AND still getting to eat everything you want?

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How is that possible? Click the button below to listen to this short video on how countless people have changed their lives with this simple, easy system that anyone can do!

Before starting any diet please consult your doctor for guidance.

You’ll know that it is possible to lose weight with a Keto diet after watching the video linked above and taking a short survey but what more can you learn right here, right now?

Keto for Weight loss

Many people think that they cannot eat fat when following a keto diet. But, in fact, your body needs fats to function properly and losing weight requires reducing your carb intake. In other words, even though it may feel like you’re depriving yourself of food, you’re actually eating more fat than ever before. And the results are amazing. You will start seeing changes in your body within 7 days!

What is the ketogenic diet?

A “typical” ketogenic diet consists of at least 70 percent of calories derived from fat, less than 10 percent from carbs and less than 20 percent from protein. The ketogenic diet, long used to treat epilepsy in children, calls for 90 percent of daily calories to come from fat, with the amount of protein or carbs varying as long as it’s 4 grams of fat for every combined 1 gram of carb and protein, according to the American Epilepsy Society. That can mean chowing down on a lot of cheese, butter, eggs, nuts, salmon, bacon, olive oil and non-starchy vegetables such as broccoli, cauliflower, greens and spinach. For the arithmetic-challenged, apps and online programs can do the math for you. (No matter what, the keto diet is vastly different than the USDA dietary recommendations of 45 to 65 percent of one’s total calories to be carbohydrates, 20 to 35 percent from fat and 10 to 35 percent from protein.)

The goal of the ketogenic diet is to enter a state of ketosis through fat metabolism. In a ketogenic state, the body uses primarily fat for energy instead of carbohydrates; with low levels of carbohydrate, fats can be converted into ketones to fuel the body. – NYTIMES


Other health benefits of keto

The ketogenic diet actually originated as a tool for treating neurological diseases such as epilepsy.

Studies have now shown that the diet can have benefits for a wide variety of different health conditions:

Heart disease. The ketogenic diet can help improve risk factors like body fat, HDL (good) cholesterol levels, blood pressure, and blood sugar (28Trusted Source29Trusted Source).

Cancer. The diet is currently being explored as an additional treatment for cancer, because it may help slow tumor growth. (4Trusted Source30Trusted Source31Trusted Source).

Alzheimer’s disease. The keto diet may help reduce symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease and slow its progression (5Trusted Source32Trusted Source33Trusted Source).

Epilepsy. Research has shown that the ketogenic diet can cause significant reductions in seizures in epileptic children (3Trusted Source).

Parkinson’s disease. Although more research is needed, one study found that the diet helped improve symptoms of Parkinson’s disease (34Trusted Source).

Polycystic ovary syndrome. The ketogenic diet can help reduce insulin levels, which may play a key role in polycystic ovary syndrome (35Trusted Source36Trusted Source).

Brain injuries. Some research suggests that the diet could improve outcomes of traumatic brain injuries (37Trusted Source).


However, keep in mind that research into many of these areas is far from conclusive.

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