Ketogenic diets have gained popularity in recent years. These diets seek to keep the body in a state of ketosis, where it burns fat for energy instead of carbs. But the diet contains many other health benefits too. They have been associated with weight loss and fewer health issues.
What’s better than a low-carb diet? How about a ketogenic diet? To help you transition to the keto lifestyle, here are some of the most common foods that you’ll see in a keto diet and how to prepare and cook them.
From – Updated on 28. June 2021.
Want to learn more about low-carb or ketogenic diets, or just meet old and new friends of the low-carb movement? Below is an updated list of upcoming low-carb and keto events around the world.
MOVED : Keto Alberta Conference
When. No new date yet.
Where? Calgary, Canada.
Read more: Alberta Keto Conference
When. 13.-14. August 2021.
Where? Malmö, Sweden.
Read more: Sander 2021
Ancestral health symposium Netherlands 2021
When. 2. October 2021.
Where? Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Read more: Symposium Ancestral Health Netherlands 2021
When. 13-17. June 2022.
Where? Berghune, Switzerland
EBD points: 86
Read more: Keto Live Conference
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Frequently Asked Questions
Can you go from keto to low carb?
Yes, you can go from keto to low carb.
How many carbs a day will keep you in ketosis?
The amount of carbs you eat will determine how long it takes to get into ketosis. If you are eating less than 50 grams of carbs a day, it will take about 3-4 days to get into ketosis. If you are eating more than 100 grams of carbs a day, it will take about 5-6 days to get into ketosis.
What happens if you eat carbs one day on keto?
If you eat carbs on keto, your body will use the glucose from the carbs to fuel your brain and muscles. This is why it’s important to keep track of what you’re eating so that you don’t accidentally eat too many carbs.