Everything You Need to Know About the Keto Diet

This high-fat, high-protein, and low-carb eating plan is sweeping the nation. Our keto dream team shows you how to turn your body into a fat-burning machine.

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39 thoughts on “Everything You Need to Know About the Keto Diet

  1. I totally understand the diet. Really want to try it. But I still have no clue what the percentages mean and how I would calculate them….

  2. Just Need A Narrowboat March 13, 2019 at 11:30 am - Reply

    I thought fat gives you heart attacks? Fats bad for you? All the bs flying around is confusing now all of a sudden fats good? Lol clearly doctors don’t think enough ppl are dying these days so have switched what’s bad is now good Hahahaha the world is mad !

  3. As a bit of a diet sceptic, you may lose weight on this diet but wouldn’t your cholesterol increase if you’re saturated fat intake goes up (which I imagine it would due to the increased levels of red meat and dairy)

  4. 51??? I'm shocked. This trainer looks phenomenal! Huge respect. I'm on keto on/off but don't look nowhere near her:) and I'm 35

  5. I'm 300Pounds, I Lost 30 Pounds In 2 Months On Keto Diet. If I Can Do It Anyone Can And The Food Is Great I'll Keep Going Want To Loose 70 More Pounds.😁😁😁

  6. For anyone who’s out there, my doctor says the Keto diet works HOWEVER, once you’re off it or take a small break, you WILL gain the weight back very quickly.

    I worry about the diet because it’s high in fat and low in carbs. The low carbs is the food part because it keeps your body in Ketosis which forces your inulin levels to be low, in return you burn fat. I’m worried about the high fat content.

    For someone who’s dealing with weight issues (like me), I’m concerned about the fatty intake from most meats, dressings, etc. i want to prevent heart disease, stroke, etc…and i feel like all these keto foods are stricken with fats, etc that I am trying to get away from.

  7. To put things into perspective, the keto diet is a high-fat diet — your meals are 70 or 80 percent fat; about 20 percent protein; and about 5 percent carbohydrate. Instead of burning glucose (which carbs provide) you are burning ketones (which fat produces) for energy. As a result of this your metabolism speeds up, your hunger decreases, your muscle mass increases, and your blood pressure and heart disease risk profile improve. I know when I started this diet I needed all the help I could get, and what I found helpful was the regiment put in place by Truth-About-Keto(http://tinyurl.com/y2j83uul).

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