The Keto diet (also called ketogenic diet) in general, is basically a nutritional approach that incorporates 70% to 90% fat in the diet.
Though Keto has made its way to the front of the diet stage, it is actually a very strict and too intense approach, not recommended for the medium or long term (except for certain medical pathologies which can be treated with this intense program).
This is why I created my KETOSMART® program, with 50% good fats, 35% proteins and 15% carbohydrates.
My approach can be followed by the whole family because it is healthy and also allows weight loss if your body needs it. If your body does not need to shed excess weight, following KETOSMART® will simply maintain your current healthy weight and reduce chronic inflammation (by replacing dairy products with their vegan equivalents), increase your energy level, improve your sleep, etc.
Many of you have asked about managing my keto diet in the winter, when so many keto-friendly foods are not in season! It’s true, produce like berries (low in sugar) and avocados (healthy fats ) aren’t available in every region. And what’s more, it’s mostly warm, cooked food and soups that call us when the weather is cold!
PS. Remember that fruit is not essential! It’s a myth! There’s lots of Vitamin C in dark green vegetables like kale or spinach!
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