So what do you actually eat when following a
Ketogenic diet plan? Well fats… good
fats though! However, it’s always a good
idea to steer clear of saturated fats. A
little protein and very few carbohydrates; a 3:2:1 ratio diet is roughly
You must make what carbs and proteins you do have
count. Ensuring you receive enough
essential nutrients is fundamental to any healthy diet - choose fresh fruits,
vegetables, nuts and legumes rather than processed foods.
and dinners tend to ‘merge’ as there is no such thing as a ‘lite’ lunch in a
Ketogenic diet plan, unless you’re talking in terms of flavours (curried sausages may not be a staffroom favourite!). It makes sense to prepare meals in bulk and refrigerate or freeze
Consider what you drink very carefully too, artificial sweeteners may be an option but water is the safest bet!
Sugar is to be avoided like the glucose containing enemy it is! Artificial flavourings are an option but a little fruit can go a long way.
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A Ketogenic diet plan can be an effective weight loss
program when carefully adapted as a high fat, low carbohydrate diet plan however
I cannot stress enough the importance of medical or at least professional
dietary supervision. Close monitoring of ketone levels is essential too,
otherwise you may find yourself storing more fat than you burn.
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