Keto Menu Plan
Get the body of your dreams with the Keto Diet. Its many health benefits include weight loss, mental focus, energy, controlled blood sugar, stabilized blood pressure, and more.
While following a keto diet may seem like a dream come true, it’s not for everyone. If you have diabetes and high blood pressure or take medication for your condition, the diet isn’t for you.
In This Video, You’ll Learn…
How does the ketogenic diet work? 0:41
Different types of the ketogenic diet. 2:11
Foods you should base your meals around. 3:15
Foods you should avoid. 3:59
7-day ketogenic meal plan 5:01
Unpleasant side effects you might face 10:09
Health benefits of ketogenic diet 10:51
The ketogenic diet makes it easier on your body to access your fat stores and burn fat. As a result, you lose a lot of weight quickly.
You can choose from a few versions depending on your preferences: a standard ketogenic diet, a cyclical keto diet, a targeted keto diet, and a high protein keto diet.
These foods and ingredients should be the basis of most meals: meat, fatty fish, pastured or omega-3 whole eggs, grass-fed butter and cream, unprocessed cheese, nuts and seeds, healthy oils, low-carb vegetables, and healthy herbs.
It’s best to avoid sugary foods, fruits, grains and starches, beans, legumes, and root vegetables, products that say “low-fat” or “diet,” fatty foods that aren’t healthy, and alcohol.
Use this seven-day ketogenic meal plan as a model to build your plan. Have coffee, cupcakes, bacon, sausage, and other things you usually enjoy as long as you balance it all out.
The most noticeable side effect is keto flu, which includes poor energy and mental function, increased hunger, sleep issues, nausea, and digestive discomfort.
This diet can reduce the risk of heart problems by stabilizing blood sugar and blood pressure levels and increasing your “good cholesterol.”
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