When beginning the Ketogenic Diet, it’s important to pay attention to getting in your electrolytes. These will be key to staying high energy, hydrated, and to preventing the Keto Flu.
Once your body is truly fat adapted, you can jump back into Ketosis within hours! It’s incredible to watch. Also, be careful about the urine strips, they stop working after a while and you might think you are knocked out of ketosis and aren’t really. I’d suggest a ketone blood meter for more accuracy.
This Keto shake packs a lot of protein and calories. Customize to fit your macros. This shake is designed to be a meal replacement or accompany a salad. It contains a full days dose of Potassium and 25% of the daily suggested sodium as well as 50% of the required magnesium needed. For many, this […]
The traditional ketogenic diet calls for 20-25% of your calories to be from protein. For Example, if you are on 1300 calorie plan, 260 – 325 calories each day will come from protein.
While the Keto Diet is known for its weight loss and healing properties, it’s also known for creating kidney stones. Follow these proactive steps to prevent them.
Bone broth has a laundry list of positive qualities that make it a Superfood for Ketogenic Diet followers. Bone broth is made from any kind of meat, from pork to turkey, chicken, and beef. You can use the bones with or without the meat still on them, and in fact, many people find it fun to experiment with different meats to combine flavors.
After you have learned your macros, and what to eat and not eat Once you are fat adapted. I suggest the 2nd month of the program or beyond Once your body is in ketosis and you want to increase ketones Before a work out if you aren’t fasting Earlier in the Day (can spike brain […]
I was asked today privately what vitamins and supplements I take. While I strive to get nutrients from whole foods, I also have a daily routine of vitamins and supplements.
It’s possible that you haven’t had a charlie horse like this since childhood. You’ve experienced the dreaded keto leg cramp. Here’s how you can avoid Keto Leg Cramps in the future.
Low magnesium can create many health problems. There’s a correlation between heart attacks and magnesium deficiencies. Magnesium deficiencies can be caused by low carb diets and medications designed to reduce stomach acids. With eating Keto, Magnesium can be found in food and supplements.
Intermittent or prolonged fasts can be done on any program. They are not specifically connected to the KETOGENIC way of eating although many Ketoans practice “IF” (Intermittent fasting).
Keto Adapted or Fat Adapted is a popular term in the ketogenic lifestyle community. Here’s what it means.
Many people learning how to eat on the Keto Diet struggle with finding the right foods. Others that have chosen the Ketogenic way of eating can be models to learn from. Most people on the Keto Diet choose low carb, moderate protein, high-fat foods. Here’s a sample keto diet.
In this video, Dr. Berry, who is an advocate for the Ketogenic way of eating answers the question: “Does The Keto Diet Raise Cholesterol? He’ll explain what you should and should not worry about when it comes to cholesterol, the good and bad.
As I was learning the Keto Diet on my journey through a 50 pound weight loss and then onto Keto Coaching, I often wondered what does OMAD stand for?