More than just a fad diet or gimmick, going keto changes the way your body utilizes energy stores. By drastically reducing carb intake, you’ll urge the body into a metabolic process known as ketosis. During ketosis, ketones accumulate in the bloodstream while blood sugar levels lower. This forces the body to use fat stores as a primary fuel source.
Millions of people have turned to the ketogenic diet to improve their overall health & transform their body.
Going keto means you’ll be swapping out sugary & processed foods for low-carb wholefoods, such as meat, eggs, dairy, nuts, and certain vegetables—basically foods rich in protein, fat, & fiber.
The keto diet isn’t exactly no-carb, but it does require reducing sugar & easily digestible carbohydrates. Veggies are allowed—as long as they are high in fiber & low in sugar (e.g., spinach, kale, avocado, etc.).