Why Keto Works + Keto-Friendly Recipes


WHAT IS THE KETO DIET?

The keto diet, also known as the ketogenic diet, is a low-carb, high-fat and moderate-protein diet. The goal of the keto diet is to shift in to a nutritional state called ketosis – where your body changes from using carbohydrates to fat to fuel weight loss.

HOW DOES KETO WORK?

Keto works by starving the body of carbohydrates. When only fat is available, your liver uses fat as an alternative fuel and turns fatty acids in to ketones. These ketones are then used by your body and brain for clean, effective energy that keeps you full – without slowing you down.

From your brain to your blood cells, glucose is typically the most readily available source of energy. We get glucose from the foods that we eat – whether that’s breads and refined sugars or those found naturally in nature, like fructose from fruits. But to keep the body and brain functioning in times of starvation when carbohydrates weren’t available, the human body can adapt to using ketones, instead of carbs for fuel. While the shift from using glucose to ketones might seem unnatural, your brain actually processes ketones more efficiently than glucose. Your brain is like a luxury car – why put in economy fuel if you can afford premium?

But don’t just take our word for it. The keto diet was originally created to treat epilepsy in children, and is still used today in treatment for children and adults with drug-resistant forms of epilepsy.


| Ketosis: when your liver converts fats in to fatty acids and ketones

DOES THE KETOGENIC DIET WORK?


No doubt that there is strong supportive evidence that the use of ketogenic diets in weight loss therapy is effective. In fact, there are many other positive benefits too, like improved mood and protection from cognitive impairment caused by obesity. For some, the keto diet can be easier to maintain than other diets because you get to eat delicious foods like nuts, avocados and cheese, while still feeling full. Really full!

WHAT DO YOU EAT ON THE KETO DIET?


You should aim to have 70% of your calories come from fats, 25% from protein and 5% or less from carbs. This means you’ll need to exclude sweet or starchy foods from your diet – not just sweets but also grains, potatoes and high-carb fruits like grapes or bananas.


Interested in trying a keto diet? We have the perfect plan!



Our Smart Keto diet plan is a high-fat, low-carb progressive diet plan featuring the following:

  1. Beginner's Guide to the Ketogenic Diet (included)

  2. Three part progressive food plan (included)

  3. Special Keto supplements (available at regular low prices)

This is a clean Keto plan, not a dirty Keto plan, therefore, the health benefits extend way beyond impressive weight loss.

Smart Keto healthy benefits:

  1. Highly effective weight loss

  2. Targeted belly fat reduction

  3. Appetite suppression

  4. Reduced risk of type 2 diabetes

  5. Reduced risk factors for heart disease

  6. Look better, feel better, and be healthier today


Ready to get started? Diet Center Smart Keto is so easy to follow, simple to understand, and delivers fabulous weight loss results. So, get your new wardrobe ready. You'll start losing pounds and inches immediately.



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Try out Karen's FAVORITE keto-friendly recipes!



No-Bake Peanut Butter Coconut Cookies


No Bake Cookies have met their match with these Chocolate Peanut Butter Coconut Bites. It doesn't get much better than this.










Cauliflower Grilled Cheese Sammies


You've never had cauliflower like this before!










Keto-Friendly Cloud Bread


Cloud Bread is all the rage right now. It's a soft airy bread made with only eggs, a little cream cheese and cream of tartar.











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