Keto 2.0: A Healthier Way to Keto?
This diet is a plant-based version of the popular ketogenic diet. The conventional ketogenic diet is meat and dairy heavy, both of which can be inflammatory. Since it is low-carb, moderate protein, and high fat, you’re able to transition your body from being a sugar burner to becoming a fat burner and put your body into a state of ketosis—just like a conventional ketogenic diet but with a plantbased twist. Intermittent fasting can help get into ketosis faster. Macro breakdown: Fat 70-80%, Protein 10-20%, Carbohydrate 5-10% (no more than 60 net grams of carbs).
In the Keto Diet eating guide you will find:
- What to eat
- What to avoid
- Pros and Cons
- Supplements to take
- Recipes to make
- Shopping list and pantry staples
Discover a plant-based keto diet.