Unlike other diets, Keto Zone allows mostly all of your dairy favorites: cheese, butter, yogurt, sour cream, eggs, and even heavy cream. But one dairy product, in particular, can easily knock you out of ketosis: milk. Full-fat versions are often mistaken for keto-friendly, but this household staple is more than meets the eye.
If you have arthritis, you know it’s nothing short of painful.
Arthritis is an umbrella term, mainly describing diseases that create pain and stiffness in the joints of your body. Osteoarthritis is the most common and affects nearly 27 million Americans with Rheumatoid arthritis next in line at 1.5 million. (1, 2)
Thankfully, your diet can play a role in how intense your symptoms become. Survey results suggest that 24% of those with Rheumatoid arthritis said that their diet played a significant role in aiding symptoms. (3) On top of that, diets like Keto Zone can contribute to weight loss, which also alleviates symptoms by easing joint pressure.
What foods should you include in your diet to help with arthritis pain?
Cheese has been on the naughty list for a long time, but thankfully, Keto Zone dieters don’t need to cut this infamous dairy product from their meals. In fact, cheese’s high-fat, high-protein macronutrients make it the perfect keto-friendly food to maintain ketosis and aid fat-burning.
With that said, consuming cheese comes with a catch! Unfortunately, not every cheese is made equal, but this guide tells all. From figuring out how to choose the right kind to know which to avoid, let’s get into the nitty-gritty of this classic food. (more…)
For Keto Zone dieters, Thanksgiving Day can feel like a nightmare. How are you supposed to stay in ketosis when you’re surrounded by unhealthy foods? The holiday ends up turning into a chore, only leading to either feeling miserable or giving up completely.
But believe it or not, you can make your entire Turkey Day meal keto-friendly! That’s right– the entire meal. From stuffing to pumpkin pie to leftovers, every top Keto Zone Thanksgiving recipe you need this year is down below. (more…)
We’ve been told our whole lives to eat our vegetables, so why are some not keto-friendly? To reach the state of ketosis, you need to limit your carb intake to 20 grams a day. Although nutritionally dense, some vegetables can easily exceed that limit.
Did you start the Keto Zone diet? If so, you may be wondering whether you’ve reached the end goal: ketosis. Ketosis is the state in which your body burns fat for fuel, instead of using glucose as its traditional fuel source.
Some go into ketosis within the first few days of the keto diet, whereas for others it takes a couple of weeks. So how are you supposed to know when you’re in ketosis? Here are 5 signs to look out for. (more…)
Are keto and low-carb diets the same? They’re similar in that they both restrict carbohydrates, but when carried out, the body reacts to them very differently.
If you’re confused by this, you’re not alone.
There’s a lot of conflicting information on the internet that puts these two diets in the same box. But don’t fret! We’ll get into the nitty-gritty of what makes Keto Zone and low-carb regimens different and which one could be best for your needs.
Even though water is your best bet when it comes to the healthiest keto drink, many struggle with using it as their only source of hydration.
If you’re used to drinking sugary sodas and lattes every day, water can seem especially boring. Thankfully, there are plenty of delicious keto-friendly options to choose from. Here’s what you can and cannot drink on the Keto Zone diet.