We know many of you embrace a keto lifestyle in varying degrees, and it’s been amazing how much you are all celebrating our new keto range. We’re totally feeling the love.
For others, you may still have some questions around keto, what is it and how can it benefit you? Read on as we talk all things Keto in a simple and understandable way.
Simply put, the keto diet is a low-carb, high fat, moderate protein that helps your body burn fat as your main source of energy instead of glucose. Along with regular exercise this lifestyle method has seen a lot of people transform their lives to a healthy, well-balanced one. Search for Keto on Instagram and check out the transformations some people have had.
Here’s a list of some of the main foods that people on a Keto diet eat:
- Grass-fed beef
- Fish, especially fatty fish, like salmon
- Dark meat chicken
- Skinless chicken breast
- Avocado oil
- Olive oil
- Coconut oil
- Leafy greens, like spinach
- Flaxseed and chia seeds
The focus of the keto diet is to put your body in a state of ketosis. What this means is that our bodies normally burn carbohydrates for energy. When you restrict the amount of carbs, the body will break down stored fat, creating molecules called ketones to use as fuel.
These are some of the possible associated benefits of the Keto diet:
- Fat loss
- Fewer cravings
- More energy
- Mental clarity
- Better brain function
- Balanced blood sugar
- Better athletic performance
- Lower levels of inflammation
Our team of experts at The Monday Food Co formulated our keto range for both anyone who is already keto conscious or those wishing to implement low keto meal/s into their diet so that you can enjoy delicious granola’s, cake mix’s and even our pancake mix and you don’t have to miss out. Along with experiencing the health benefits that may come with it.
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*A keto diet may not suite every individual. This information is derived from various other sources. This article is for educational purposes only. Always seek health advice from your healthcare professional.