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To get the most out of our ketogenic meal plans, make sure you read this page carefully.
You’ll find a summary in our blog post “What You Need to Know About the Ketogenic Diet“
When the body can no longer use carbs as its main source of energy, it naturally switches to using fats instead. The body enters a state of ketosis, a condition that decreases the appetite, thereby helping to reduce the amount of food consumed.
Indeed, removing fiber-rich foods from your diet disrupts intestinal transit and may cause constipation. Our meal plans are built to provide between 15 and 22 g of fiber per day, thus promoting good intestinal transit.
The macronutrient distribution in our keto meal plans is such that 70% of the energy consumed comes from fat, 20% from protein and less than 10% from carbs. The meal plans provide, on average, 20 g net carbs per day. If the value is sometimes slightly higher, it’s because our algorithm calculates carbs from all sources, even those that would not be calculated manually. For example, a small amount of grated ginger contains 0.5 g of carbs. Spices also contain similar quantities, which we do account for in full. Thus, 24 g net carbohydrates from all sources is equivalent to a lesser amount calculated manually, approaching ~ 20 g.
Yes, we do offer “liberal” LCHF meal plans (100 g net carbs/day) that can be followed without the risk of nutritional deficiencies.
When reaching your goal, it is important to maintain a healthy lifestyle, including good eating habits. You could switch to our “liberal” LCHF meal plans (less than 100 g net carbs). Do not hesitate to contact us, should you need help to choose a meal plan suited to your needs and condition.
Properly balanced meal plans are the best way to ensure that you enter nutrirional ketosis, by eating about 20 g net carbs per day, spread over all meals. Meal plans ensure that you’ll enjoy a balanced and varied diet without the need for complicated calculations, week after week. In addition, our keto meal plans are crafted so that the risk of nutritional deficiencies is minimized. With SOSCuisine, you’re always in good hands!
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