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Intermittent Fasting & Ketogenic Diet – The Science & Benefits of Fasted Weight Loss in Ketosis

There are claims that intermittent fasting not only aids weight loss but also improves brain health, cognitive function and even as a life extension tool. Fasting, of course, is not a new thing it has been around for centuries used by athletes, various religions and lifestyle gurus. There has been a lot of research and study into intermittent fasting science that suggests it has many applications in medicine. What is Intermittent Fasting Intermittent Fasting (commonly known as “IF”) is not dieting rather it is how you plan your diet or schedule when you eat. To fast means not to...

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Eggs the Low Carb SUPERFOOD for a Healthy Diet Plan, Weight Loss Success & Nutrition

We use eggs a lot in our ketogenic diet for both cooking and nutrition, they are a truly low carb superfood loaded with healthy fats and essential minerals. In fact, they’re right there in the keto food pyramid. Eggs make an excellent keto snack hard boiled, they’re quick to fry or scramble and make a fantastic, moist, binder for meatballs. Eggs are so versatile I would take a guess and say that we use them in about one-third of all of our recipes. We use eggs due to the need of having low-carb diet ingredients. Not only do we use eggs for weight loss...

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Can a Low-Carb, High-Fat (LCHF) Ketogenic Diet treat type 2 diabetes

Can a low-carb, high-fat, ketogenic diet treat type 2 diabetes? The results of many, many scientific studies say YES! To understand why a ketogenic diet reverses type 2 diabetes we need to know how the disease is caused in the first place. Hyperglycemia doesn’t like that the Ketogenic Diet is Very Low-Carb Type 2 diabetes is brought about because of the way a person’s body responds to food, in particular, carbohydrates. Carbohydrates are the primary cause of high blood sugar (hyperglycemia) and modern diets are loaded with it. So common sense might suggest restricting their intake, unfortunately, many (with other...

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Keto Supplements – Vitamins & Minerals for OPTIMAL Health & Fitness with LCHF Diets

Putting first things first, in a perfect world you really don’t need keto supplements if you’re following the ketogenic diet correctly but who does? Here I’ll list the keto supplements that I take daily or have on hand for times that I might feel off color or fatigued. The short list of keto supplements: Sugar-Free Electrolyte Powder MCT Oil Vitamin B12 “Sublingual Spray” Magnesium A daily multivitamin #1 Keto Supplement for Low-Carb Adaptation & Fatigue – Electrolytes You can definitely get enough electrolytes in your diet through broths & soups etc but many people fall by the wayside as they’ve been...

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Satisfy Your Keto Bread Cravings – 6 Low Carb Baking Recipes

Whether beginning a ketogenic diet or long term LCHF dieters without a doubt the biggest food people struggle with is bread. But don’t despair with some clever ingredient manipulation we’ve developed a few keto bread recipes that will cure what ails you. #1 Keto Bread Low-Carb Ketogenic Cheese and Bacon Rolls This delicious keto bread recipe is ultra low-carb due to the clever use of psyllium husks that hold moisture and create bulk. With 3 Cheese added to the mix just add some butter while they’re hot. Find the recipe for these Bacon and Cheese Keto Bread rolls here.   #2 Keto...

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