WHAT IS A KETO DIET
A keto diet (also known as a ketogenic diet) is a low carbohydrate, high fat diet. It’s a great tool for weight loss and, even more importantly, it helps reduce risk factors for diabetes, heart diseases, stroke, Alzheimer’s, epilepsy, and more.
The keto diet is not about cutting calories like most other diets. It promotes eating fresh, whole foods like meat, fish, veggies, and healthy fats and oils. You get to eat delicious food while becoming healthier and feeling great. There’s nothing better than that.
Visit our full keto diet guide to learn more and how to get started!
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