Keto diet is basically low carb diet.
The ketogenic or “ keto ” diet is a low-carbohydrate, fat-rich diet that has been used for centuries to treat specific medical conditions.
In the 19 th century, the ketogenic diet was commonly used to help control diabetes.
In 1920 it was introduced as an effective treatment for epilepsy in children in whom medication was ineffective.
The ketogenic diet has also been tested and used in closely monitored settings for cancer, diabetes , polycystic ovary syndrome, and Alzheimer’s disease.
The ketogenic diet is based on the principle that by depleting the body of carbohydrates, which are its primary source of energy, you can force the body to burn fat for fuel, thereby maximizing weight loss.
When you consume foods that contain carbohydrates, the body converts those carbohydrates into glucose, or blood sugar, which it then uses for energy.
There are several types of the keto diet, but essentially, to achieve a state of ketosis, you have to severely reduce the amount of carbs you eat.
But is the keto diet all it’s cracked up to be?
Benefits of the Keto Diet
At least in the short term, studies show that keto diets get amazing and quick results for weight loss.
They can also improve conditions like type 2 diabetes.
These benefits come from many factors, including:
Lower insulin levels:
When you eat foods with carbohydrates and to a lesser extent protein, you raise your blood sugar levels.
Insulin steps in to lower:
those blood sugar levels, delivering glucose to your cells for energy or to store for backup fuel called glycogen.
But high insulin levels :
which can happen when you eat too many carbohydrates — can prevent fat loss. On a keto diet, you keep insulin levels lower.
Low insulin means that your body can more easily access fat stores for fuel.
Keto diets help balance other hormones besides insulin.
Among those hunger-regulating hormones is leptin, a hormone that tells your brain to stop eating. Ghrelin has the opposite effect:
This hormone tells you to eat more. When these and other hormones stay in balance on a keto diet, you’re less likely to have hunger and cravings.
Lower inflammation levels:
Chronic inflammation plays a role in obesity but also diseases including diabetes.
Sugar, in all its many disguises, is an inflammatory food. On a keto diet, you keep your sugar and overall carbohydrate intake very low.
When you combine that approach with whole, unprocessed foods, you lower inflammation levels.
My Personal Experience of Keto Diet
When i started keto diet, my weight was 65kg and after one and half month my weight became 55.5kg, So friends this very amazing diet for weight loss.
If you want to lose your weight without exercise this is the simplest way to lose weight in minimum time period.
When i started keto i was so scared maybe this will work or not. In the beginning, four five days you can get dizzy due to little low carb.
If you are a non-vegetarian then you have a lot of food options.
If you do keto diet properly then your weight will start reducing in week, But you have to take care that your diet should be low card.
If you cheat even a little in it then it will spoil your ketosis. Maybe in this you may have to give up some your special food,
but if you want to lose weight so follow keto diet. You must have heard
“that to get something, you have to lose something”.
So start today. Ketogenic diet and share your experience with me.
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