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Ketogenic Diet

Ketogenic Diet

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Hi, I’m Kristi, your keto coach, and you’re probably here because you heard about the ketogenic diet, and you want to know more.

So that’s why I’m here. Stick with me to learn what the ketogenic diet is, some of the benefits people are experiencing, and how to make it work for you.

The ketogenic diet or keto for short is a way of eating that encourages your body to use fat from the food you eat and fat that’s stored in your body, and break it down into ketones that your body can use for energy. The whole goal is to use fat for energy.

And despite what you may have heard, keto is not some trendy new fad diet. It has been acknowledged and used by medical professionals for decades. Using fat for energy is a perfectly normal, natural and healthy function of the body.

Of course, it’s not for everyone, and I am not a doctor, so please talk with your healthcare team to see if it’s right for you. And I’ll be honest, I can’t guarantee any specific results for you, but I will say that for the thousands of people who have been successful following a ketogenic diet, the benefits have been incredible.

Because, a healthy ketogenic diet can support healthy weight, improved energy levels and metabolism, mental clarity, decreased hunger and food cravings, and better sleep. And that’s just the beginning.

So, how do you follow a ketogenic diet and fire up your fat burning potential? There are 4 main things to consider: carbohydrates, fats, proteins, and fluids.

First, you need to drastically reduce the amount of carbohydrates you eat. Carbohydrates break down into simple sugars like glucose in your body, and that prevents you from using fat, so keep your total carb intake to below 50 grams per day.

Next is fat. I know this can be scary for some of you, but a ketogenic diet is high in fat, around 75% of your total calories, so choose healthy forms of fat like coconut oil, avocados, and olive oil.

Not many people talk about it, but it’s also important to consider your protein intake. You need enough protein for healthy tissue repair and rebuilding, but you don’t want to eat too much, because that can also prevent fat burning, so shoot for a moderate amount of protein. A very general guideline is to have between 3 and 6 ounces of protein foods at each meal.

Finally is fluids. As you transition to a ketogenic diet, your body will release a lot of fluid, and along with that comes important electrolytes like potassium, magnesium and sodium. It is very important to replenish your body with plenty of water and electrolytes. Trust me, you will feel so much better if you do. You’ll thank me.

Please realize that this is a very basic, simplified explanation of the ketogenic diet, and there’s a lot more details and how-to’s involved, but I know you’re just here looking through videos, and I want to be respectful of your time, so I’ve put together some more in depth material for you to go through on your own time.

I absolutely love this stuff! I have found the ketogenic diet to be an incredibly powerful way of eating, and I’m happy to share it with you.

Just follow the link at the top of the description box, and you can go through the material at your own pace to learn more about the ketogenic diet.

Thanks for listening, and I’ll see you in the next one!

Ketogenic Diet

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