Lose weight and get healthy while eating the foods you love!
Why Choose Keto?
Keto reduces your appetite
The clinical benefit of a ketogenic diet is a decrease in appetite, so you don’t feel hungry despite losing weight.
No plain “diet” food
The ketogenic diet is typically 70% fat, 25% protein and 5% carbs. This means no boring steamed veggies or other typical “diet” foods. You can get creative with sugar free sauces, and not miss the carbs with keto friendly breads, pastas, baked goods etc.
Increased fat loss from your abdominal cavity
Visceral fat lodges around your organs. The keto diet is very effective at reducing this harmful abdominal fat.
Health Benefits of Keto
The ketogenic diet actually originated as a tool for treating neurological diseases such as epilepsy.
Studies have now shown that the diet can have benefits for a wide variety of different health conditions;
- Excess fat: The ketogenic diet can help you lose excess fat, which is closely linked to type 2 diabetes, prediabetes and metabolic syndrome.
- Type 2 diabetes: Being in a state of ketosis causes massive reductions in blood sugar and insulin levels. It allows the body to maintain healthy low glucose levels.
- Metabolic Syndrome: The ketogenic diet is effective in treating all of the symptoms associated with metabolic syndrome which include abdominal obesity, elevated blood pressure and fasting blood sugar levels, high triglycerides and low (good) HDL cholesterol levels.
- Improved (Bad) LDL Cholesterol Levels: The smaller the LDL particles, the higher the risk of heart disease. The ketogenic diet increases the size of the particles making them safer, while reducing the number of total LDL particles in your blood stream.
- Fatty liver disease: A pilot study has shown that following a ketogenic diet reduces a non alcoholic fatty liver.
- Heart disease: The ketogenic diet can improve risk factors like body fat, Triglyceride and HDL cholesterol levels, blood pressure and blood sugar.
- Blood Pressure: The ketogenic diet is an effective way to lower blood pressure, reducing the risk of stroke and kidney failure.
- Cancer: The diet is currently being used to treat several types of cancer and slow tumor growth.
- Alzheimer’s disease: The ketogenic diet may reduce symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease and slow its progression.
- Epilepsy: Research has shown that the ketogenic diet can cause massive reductions in seizures in epileptic children.
- Parkinson’s disease: One study found that the ketogenic diet helps improve symptoms of Parkinson’s disease.
- Polycystic ovary syndrome: The ketogenic diet can help reduce insulin levels, which may play a key role in polycystic ovary syndrome.
- Brain injuries: One study found that the ketogenic diet can reduce concussions and aid recovery after brain injury.
- Bipolar Disorder: The ketogenic diet has the same type of effect as mood-stabilizing drugs used to treat bipolar disorder, by lowering sodium levels in cells.
- Mental Health Conditions: Being in a state of ketosis increases the production of a common neurotransmitter in the brain called GABA. Studies have shown that a good balance of GABA leads to better mental focus and relieves stress, anxiety and depression.
- Sleep: Studies have found that the ketogenic diet can improve your quality of sleep, with increased REM sleep.
- Acne: Lower insulin levels and less sugar and processed foods in your diet may help improve acne.