As a diabetic, I am always wanting to fill my head with options towards my health and to prevent radical or long-term damage to my internal organs and externally too. I do a lot of reading, researching and the Keto way to eat seems to offer multiple benefits that won’t put me in the “poor house” having to by for it. I just have to point out I am not a professional or nutritionist or a diabetic expert. the information I share is not necessarily my own opinions or findings. As always do your own research for what will work best for you and of course include you doctor’s advice.
If you are into the latest healthy way of living, there is Keto. Here is some information you might find helpful.
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A ketogenic diet changes the metabolic engine of your body from burning carbohydrates/sugars to burning fats. Once changed the metabolic engine, your body is in a state known as ketosis.
The Ketogenic diet is a high-fat, low-carb diet invented in the 1920’s for epilepsy patients by Dr. Henry Geyelin. Dr. Geyelin observed improvements not only in seizures but also blood sugar and body fat. The end result is faster weight loss!
Generally speaking, the ideal ratio to go by is:
60-75 percent fat
15-30 percent protein
5-10 percent carbs
Be sure to keep daily net carbohydrates at 20g or less. To calculate your net carbohydrates, simply subtract your grams of fiber from your carbs (Net carbs = carbs – fiber).
However, the keto meal plan below is balanced correctly for the proper ratio so you don’t really have to worry too much to start.
How does ketosis work?
The ketogenic diet belongs is in the family of low-carb diets, so it works through a process that empties your glucose from your body. A standard diet has a tremendous amount of sugar and carbs and therefore has trained the body to use those sources (glucose) as fuel.
With this diet, over time we have depleted the glucose in our system and since we aren’t getting it from our diet anymore our body adapts and switches over to get its fuel from fats. The cool thing is we start to burn the stored fat we have in our body. The state of burning fat in this way is called ketosis.
It is important to understand that not only epilepsy patients benefit from this type of diet. It also has positive effects on diabetes, obesity, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, heart disease, and even cancer.
Because sugar feeds tumors and encourages the growth of cancer, a diet that does not contain sugar and other carbohydrates can help you to prevent or fight cancer. The normal cells in the body have the ability to use fat for energy, while cancer cells can’t metabolically change so they can’t use fat for energy.
This webpage also has a 1 week diet plan guide for you, so check it out.
Breakfast: Tomato, eggs, and bacon
Lunch: Chicken salad with some feta cheese and olive oil
Dinner: Cooked asparagus and salmon in butter
Breakfast: Basil, goat cheese, tomatoes, and eggs
Lunch: Mixed almond milk, cocoa butter, milkshake, and peanut butter with stevia
Dinner: Meatballs mixed with cheddar cheese and vegetables
Breakfast: Keto milkshake(https://lowcarbyum.com/peanut-butter-chocolate-milkshake)
Lunch: Prawns, olive oil, and avocado salad
Dinner: Pork chops with salad, broccoli, and parmesan cheese
Breakfast: Salsa omelet, spices, onions, peppers, and avocado
Lunch: Celery with salsa and guacamole and a handful of nuts
Dinner: Stuffed chicken with vegetables and cheese
Breakfast: Tomatoes and cheese omelet
Lunch: Previous dinner’s leftovers
Dinner: Salad, mushrooms, steak, and eggs
Breakfast: Vegetable and ham omelet
Lunch: A handful of nuts, ham, and cheese
Dinner: Cooked spinach, white fish, and eggs on coconut oil
Breakfast: Eggs with bacon and mushrooms
Lunch: Guacamole hamburger and salsa cheese
Dinner: Salad, beef steak, and eggs
Thank you for reading 🙂