A keto diet has been turned out to be very popular among people these days! This is a quick way to lose a lot of weight, which is something that never fails to impress everyone. This is a diet with low carb or no carb intake in your diet, the theory behind this is that if we take a lot of carbohydrates in our diet then our body produces glucose and insulin, then glucose turns out to be the main source of energy for our body whereas if we follow a ketogenic diet then we don't have to take any carbs so that eventually by producing ketones in the liver and using it as the main source of energy a ketogenic diet reduces our weight in a comparatively very less time.
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Keto Diet India is also known as a low carb high-fat diet (LCHF), low carb diet. It's a natural process where our body starts to help us survive with minimal food intake. Through this process, ketones take birth due to the breakdown of fats in the liver. The main goal comes down to forcing your body to this metabolic state. And No, we are not burning any calories here than carbohydrates.
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What does a Keto Diet include?
A ketogenic diet is a process in which the body breaks down the fats instead of glucose because of low or no carb intake which creates an acid called ketones and uses it as a resource of energy for the body. Some of the main dishes which can be included in an Indian Keto Diet Plan are baked spinach with cheese and cream, lemon chicken stew, fried paneer pakora, stir-fried mutton with spices of choice, cabbage salad / cabbage thoran with coconut.
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The basic food to include in your diet if you are following the ketogenic diet are as follows:
*DOES NOT INCLUDE
It is for whom?
Benefits of a Keto Diet
Pros & cons of a Ketogenic Diet
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Pros of a Ketogenic Diet
Cons of a Ketogenic Diet:
Q: Which is the healthiest diet in the world?
A: A Mediterranean diet which includes fruits, vegetables, wholegrain cereals, nuts, fish and dairy as the main source of fat.
Q: What are good fats for Ketosis?
A: Butter and ghee - 0 net carbs per tablespoon, cold-pressed coconut, olive oil, chicken or duck fat.