Ketogenic Recipes

To get the effect ketogenesis, carbohydrate intake should be between 20g and 50g per day, mostly from low carbohydrate vegetables. In comparison, a balanced diet provides about 175g to 250g of carbohydrates per day. With the ketogenic diet, so it is not possible to eat starchy or fruit. The fat intake is approximately 75 to 80% of total calories and protein intake is moderate. A ketogenic recipe must correspond to several strict criteria. Fortunately, we have for you a ton of options ketogenic recipes delicious, quick and easy!

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The ketogenic diet helps lose weight, control blood sugar or increase its power level by producing ketone bodies, that is to say to use fat as the main energy source. After 24 to 36 hours, the liver glycogen and muscle stores are depleted, insulin secretion decreases, and ketone body formation (ketogenesis) becomes the only option to feed the brain.

Tips & Advice from our Dietitians

Make sure you to include the following foods in your keto diet: low-carb vegetables, good sources of fat (olive oil, nuts and seeds, oily fish, avocado and olives), good protein sources (poultry, fish and seafood, meat, soy, dairy products and / or substitutes).

CAUTION: The ketogenic diet involves drastic dietary changes that can induce serious side effects according to health. If you have health problems or are taking medication (eg insulin) for diabetes, give this note to your doctor before starting the ketogenic diet.

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