The keto diet has become one of the most popular diets in decades due to its success in so many areas of health and unlike most fad diets, it’s not going away. But what is the keto diet? Why would someone want to eat this way?
Cady and I recently held an informational teaching seminar on Ketosis to a large group. We received a significant amount of requests for further information for those who could not attend.
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In my 40 years of experience in health and nutrition, I have personally experienced the benefits of this lifestyle and have done copious amounts of research on the keto diet to understand all of its benefits. It is truly one of the most incredible ways of eating I have ever witnessed. Though keto has just recently become a trend, this diet has been in existence for almost 100 years, so it is time tested.
So, what is the keto diet?
It simply is training your body to burn fat instead of glucose from carbohydrates for your body’s energy. As your body begins to run low on stored carbohydrates, the liver will produce ketones as an additional fuel source for your body to burn.
- Reduced body fat
- Increased energy
- Reduced inflammation
- Clear thinking
- Sustained energy during the day
- Minimal food cravings
- Seizure minimization
- Serious disease prevention
Because of all of the questions about keto and interest in it, Cady and I held a lecture to answer many of the questions people have about this diet. The lecture was an overwhelming success and we are planning to do more in the future. The good news is that you can now listen to our original lecture below. Hopefully, this will provide answers to many of the questions you have about keto and how to embrace it in your life.
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