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The ketogenic diet, which promotes weight loss from being in the metabolic state of ketosis, is one of the most popular and effective diet plans in recent years. And it continues to grow in popularity as people across the country are learning more and more about it. However, there is conflicting research regarding the safety of consuming unlimited amounts of items such as bacon, cheese, fatty cuts of meats, and fried pork rinds. A large percentage of Keto dieters find the 70–80 percent fat intake requirement unsustainable, and even worrisome due to potential health implications. Many people are curious about the Keto lifestyle, given the weight loss results they hear about from others, but will not attempt the diet as the fat intake requirement sounds daunting!
The 30-Day Keto Plan provides a detailed system to help readers lose weight and see blood sugar level improvements in just one month. With emphasis on the healthiest fats and cleaner ketogenic foods, readers will benefit from detailed grocery lists, and meal plans, macro-nutrient charts, and categorized fats, carbohydrates, and proteins which are most beneficial for the healthiest keto plan.
Nutritionists and authors Aimee and Richard instruct readers on exactly what to eat for four weeks to achieve ketosis, weight loss, and overall health improvements, without requiring exercise. In just thirty days, readers will learn how to achieve freedom from sugar and the processed food lifestyle, and they will kick-start their weight loss goals. It is very common for keto dieters to see dramatic results, only to regress and regain the lost weight once they are no longer following the ketogenic regimen. This book provides a formal and sustainable program for the post-ketosis stage, which will yield positive long-term results and assist in maintaining life-long health and wellness.
From the Publisher
The 30-day plan in this book can be used consecutively, six times in a row, to lose as much as seventy-five pounds within 180 days in a safe manner. Even more important though, our intention for you is to improve your overall health and wellness via improvements in blood sugar, cholesterol, and triglycerides. Because of this, you will find that we focus on the healthiest anti-inflammatory fats and advise against regular consumption of some common keto-approved foods such as bacon, hot dogs, and pork rinds.
We’ll discuss exactly what you can and cannot eat, where your nutrients will come from, walk you through batch-cooking, and the keto-approved chaffle is the ultimate game-changer!
Cheesy Egg and Sausage Bake
This breakfast casserole dish is delicious, not to mention kid-friendly. If you’re busy in the mornings, you can prepare, cook, slice, and refrigerate ahead of time. Also, this recipe is tasty on its own, but feel free to experiment with fresh produce additions such as bell pepper, spinach, and mushrooms.
Hearty Broccoli Salad
Nutrient-dense green vegetables should make up the majority of your 25 percent carbohydrate intake, and you can still eat several servings per day while remaining in this general parameter.
Keto Greek Platter
This hearty Greek platter includes a variety of popular Mediterranean foods without packing in the carbohydrates, and we promise you won’t miss the pita bread! All components of this dish hold up well in the refrigerator so to batch cook, simply double the recipe.
Creamy Crab Stuffed Mushrooms
These may strike you as a fancy appetizer at a party, but they are simple to make and, when paired with a side salad or green vegetables, your meal is complete. Feel free to use canned crab if you can’t find it fresh, or if you prefer shrimp, the small bay variety works wonderfully in the dish.