Healthy Living, a Costa Rica-based online health company, has launched its new article on the Keto diet. The company specializes in providing information in all areas of healthy living, including diet and exercise.
More information can be found at https://healthylivng.net
The new article aims to help individuals determine whether or not the Keto diet is right for them. It features an introduction of the diet, insight into the foods used, ways of putting the keto meal plan together, the benefits of taking part in the diet, and how one can maintain one’s weight loss following a keto diet.
As is known to many who would have researched it, Keto comprises primarily of a low carbohydrate high fat diet. The primary energy source in such a diet is fat. This allows the body to go into ketosis and burn fat more easily.
According to the article, ketosis is a metabolic state in which fat provides most of the fuel for the body. When this happens, it allows one not to feel hungry.
Participants in the Keto diet would consume such foods as fatty fish, meats, eggs, butter and cream, cheese, and healthy oils such as extra virgin olive oil, coconut, and avocado oil. The consumption of avocados, nuts, seeds, and low carb vegetables and tomatoes is also encouraged.
In giving directive on meal preparations under the Keto diet, the blog recommends that participants consume 30 grams of carbs, 65-70 grams of protein, and 100 grams of fat per day. These measurements, it explains, would however vary depending on one’s weight.
The article also addresses the fact that eating at a restaurant is difficult for an individual on a Keto diet. As such, the author recommends that once one gets used to eating at a restaurant, one should try ordering a plain fish meal or a steak and salad from the menu options.
One of the benefits of being on the Keto diet, the article notes, is that weight loss is a gradual process and positive experience. However, there is a period during the first portion of the diet when one may encounter a few side effects such as having aches, pains and headaches. This is due to the ketosis process when there may be a slight sudden decline in one’s blood sugar level from the diet change.
“Once you have been on the diet for about 5 weeks, the early symptoms such as the aches and headaches will have stopped. Once you get to 90 days you might have lost around 24-30 lbs, and this is the time that your weight loss will slow right down,” the writer states.
Healthy Living recommends that, for best results, one should remain on the diet for a minimum of three months. This should be done once the body has adapted to it and would have successfully passed through the ketogenic adaption phase.
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