Post by Cliff Harvey
Most people think of ketogenic diets when they think ‘low carb’. Ketogenic diets are low enough in carbohydrate (and protein), and high enough in fat, to encourage the creation of ketone bodies. This creation of ketones resulting from diet is called ‘Nutritional Ketosis’.
Ketogenic diets have a range of applications, from rapid fat-loss, to improved fat use for fuel, and application for many health conditions but some people just don’t benefit from ketogenic diets and it’s likely that your genes determine to a large degree which type of lower-carb diet you should follow. Through trial and error, or by following the tips in The Carbohydrate Appropriate Diet, or Keto-Appropriate Diet Manifesto you can find your best diet.
Your diet should be the most satisfying and comforting that it can possibly be while also allowing you to achieve your physical and mental goals.
There is a place for high protein, low carb diets.
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