Planning a vacation and worried about staying in the Keto Zone? Not to worry! We’re here to help you on. While it takes some extra discipline and planning, you can absolutely stay on keto while traveling—and you’ll be so glad you did! (more…)
Starting a new diet can seem overwhelming, even if it’s as healthy as a ketogenic diet. But thankfully, there are lots of ways to make the keto diet easy—starting with simple keto meals—and we’re here to help!
These super simple meals have minimal ingredients and take less than 30 minutes (some much less than that). And oh yeah—they’re delicious and satisfying too! (more…)
Nuts can be great on a low carb, ketogenic diet because they’re filling and high in fat—but some nuts are better than others. The difference comes down to their carbohydrates. Let’s look at the best low carb nuts to help you stay healthy, lose weight, and stay in ketosis on a ketogenic diet.
If you’re starting the keto diet (or jumping back into it), congrats on making a conscious choice to improve your health! Now, it’s time to set you up for success with the best keto supplements to support your journey.
Once you know the basics of how ketones and ketosis work, what to eat, and what to avoid on keto, you also need to understanding the best supplements to take when starting the keto diet. Here they are, in order of importance, as recommended by Dr. Colbert.
Looking for a delicious snack that won’t knock you out of the Keto Zone?
The Keto Zone Diet promotes weight loss by causing the body’s metabolism to switch from using sugar as a primary fuel to using fat as fuel. This means in between meals your cells are gobbling up stored body fat instead of waiting for the next hit of sugar. But sticking to a ketogenic diet can be hard when most snack food is full of processed carbohydrates that will spike your blood sugar and take you out of fat burning mode.
No need to fret, however, because we have your back!
Here are ten delicious fat burning snacks that will keep you burning fat and feeling good without leaving you hungry and deprived.
It seems that one of the most discussed topics is health and nutrition. Many people struggle with trying to follow recommendations for their health. The problem is that statistically many people do not have the habits that they need to be healthy.
Have you struggled with trying to stick to a New Year’s resolution in the past? Do you always start out the new year with resolutions but find yourself always failing to follow through? The University of Scranton did research and found that only about 44% of the people who make a New Year’s resolution are still pursuing them by June of that year.