Nowadays everyone is talking about Keto's diet, but you certainly think what it is, how to do it and you don't know who will work for you. It is important to know all the centers before starting a feeding scheme.
What is Keto's diet?
Our diet plan where we leave all the sugar and carbohydrates out of the diet to change the energy source used by your body every day. When you give the best to receive glucose you need your body to generate a new energy source to survive; demand production molecules ketone bodies. These are produced from fatty tissue.
How to make a diet Keto?
To be able to make a ketogenic diet, it is important to consult a specialist to be able to keep an eye on it. The basis of the diet is to remove sugars and carbohydrates, use protein in moderation and increase the use of fat (preferably vegetables). As a recommendation, you can use MCT OCT to increase the production of ketones and test strips to measure the ketones in urine and ensure that you perform the diet correctly and that you are in ketosis.
Who does this type of food work for?
For people with excess adipose tissue or high fat content, for people with autoimmune diseases (because sugar is their worst enemy) and for people with hormonal imbalance to reduce or regulate their production. People who perform physical activity can benefit from this diet as long as they keep track of how many calories they consume during the day.
The three most important benefits of taking this diet out are:
- Fat Burning: Ketones deactivate the grenlin, the hunger hormone, and
increase colecystein, which makes you feel satisfied.
- Energy Increase: t It helps the brain to create more mitochondria, t
energy generators inside the cells
- Reduce Inflammation: The keto diet is anti-inflammatory and protects against
degenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's and cancer.
If you are interested in changing your future habits and having radical changes in your body's composition, this type of feed is the first step to achieving your goals!
Lic Maite Sapiña
Nutritionist at @lafabricawellness