KETO DIET Proven Weight Loss Program

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Ketogenics Program – Fat is Your Friend

Fat is your friend, not your foe — especially when it comes to losing weight and feeding your brain. While this may seem anywhere from crazy to counterproductive to some, followers of the ketogenic diet have been supporting this claim for almost 100 years. The Keto Diet is comprised of 75% fats, 20% proteins, and 5% carbs.

The Food List – Gluten, Sugar & Starch Free!…..Please

Fish, Shellfish, Salmon, lots of low carb Vegi’s (Green, Yellow, Red’s) Goat Cheese, Avocados, Grass Fed Organic Red Meat, Wild Game, Eggs (7 yokes per week), Coconut oil, Olive oil, MCT oil, Nuts and Seeds, Flax Seed Oil, Berries  are the only Fruit (Black and Blue’s, less Rasp and Strawberries) (1 small portion per day) Organic Butter only (or GHEE butter even better) Shirataki Noodles (1 Gram per, plus fiber) Olives, Unsweetened Coffee or Tea (Stevia Drop OK) Sugar FREE Dark Chocolate (Lilly’s) and
sugar Free Coco Powder.  Use MCT oil in Smoothies, Coffee, a tablespoon 30 minutes before a work- out, mix in with Salad Dressing, and many “How to” ideas on the internet, like the “MCT Fat Bomb.”

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Hence, compared with the Standard American Diet (SAD), the keto diet is not only safe for helping overweight and obese people lose weight, it also supports those who want to improve their brain health.

The Ketogenic diet, or Keto diet, is based on the idea that eating mostly healthy fats, consuming high-quality protein in moderation, and restricting starchy simple carbohydrates provides your body with the fuel you need to lose body fat without hunger, weakness, and fatigue.

The reduction in carb intake puts your body into a metabolic state called nutritional Ketosis. During Ketosis, your body no longer relies on glucose as a primary energy source.

Instead, your liver converts fat into ketones, or ketone bodies, which are a great source of fuel for your brain.

On the Keto Food Program you’ll get most of your calories from healthy fats found in foods like Fish, Salmon, avocados, grass-fed Organic butter, olives, olive oil, coconut oil, Organic Grass-Fed Meats, Wild Game, nuts, and seeds.


Not All Nuts Work

However, keep in mind that some nuts and seeds are better than others. You’ll want to choose those that are high in fats and lower in carbs; Brazil nuts, almonds, walnuts, chia seeds, and flaxseed are all good options.

You can also eat all of the non-starchy, leafy vegetables you want, as well as other low-carb vegetables like broccoli, peppers, cauliflower, green beans, asparagus, cucumber, and zucchini.

More Protein, Less Keto…..Transition Into It!

In moderation, you can eat protein in the form of hormone free grass-fed meats, pasture-raised hormone free poultry, cage-free hormone free eggs, and wild-caught or Game Farm with Control ratings fish.

Finally, if you want to reach for something sweet, 90% Sugar FREE dark chocolate is your best option or Lilly’s sugar free Chocolate, sweetened only with Stevia.

What foods should we avoid for weight reduction?
For starters, remember that the Keto diet restricts the intake of carbohydrates to achieve a shift from glucose to ketones as a primary fuel source. In order to avoid food high in carbs, limit fruit consumption as it’s higher in sugar content — and forego fruit juice altogether. (See List Above)

You should also avoid grains or starches such as rice or pasta, beans or legumes. Root vegetables once a week is ok. Avoid any low-fat or diet products, which are typically highly processed and high in carbs. Corn Syrup and “Cane” anything needs to be avoided. CUT THE GRAINS. GO VEGI’S

Sustain Your Brain with Supplements
Switching from burning glucose as energy to burning fat can be challenging at first. An occasional few people will experience sugar cravings and feelings of a little less energy.

To avoid discomfort and support your central nervous system and brain function, there are a number of vitamins and supplements that I recommend while on the keto diet: Phyto-Multi, EPA-DHA 720, Curcumin 400x, Picolinate 500, Alpha-Lipoic Acid.

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  • Exogenous ketone salts.

    These ketone bodies, ingested in either mineral or ester forms, lead to elevated circulatory ketone levels. Beta-hydroxybutyrate, which is found in ketone salts, signals cells to release Glutathione — a master antioxidant which positively impacts the brain.              Dynamic Burn Part #R441

  • Ketogenic Shake

    14 Grams of Fat with 3 Grams of MCT per Serving

    For those committed to a ketogenic lifestyle, Metagenics Ketogenic Shake offers a delicious and convenient way to get 14 grams of fat, 20 grams of protein, and 5 grams of carbs per serving. Ketogenic Shake also offers 3 grams of medium-chain triglycerides (MCT) per serving and 25 essential vitamins and minerals. It’s fast, easy, and ideal as a meal replacement or pre/post workout snack.
    Ketogenic Shake         Part # UK

    Want to add additional fats to your shake?
    Ketogenic Shake may also be blended with additional ingredients such as avocado, almond butter, peanut butter, Chia seeds, or shredded coconut for extra flavor and fat intake.

  • Medium-chain triglycerides (MCT OIL)

  • A type of fat molecule found in coconut oil, MCTs are extremely beneficial for energy and fat-burning. They also enhance ketone production, positively impacting brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF), which supports your brain’s existing neurons while encouraging new neuron and synapse growth.             (Order No. R188)

By combining a Keto Food Program with the nutritional supplements above, you’ll not only find success losing weight and gaining energy, but you’ll also provide your brain with long-lasting fuel for optimal function.

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