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What is KETO?

The ketogenic diet switches your body’s metabolism to burn fat as energy, instead of glucose.

During the 1920’s scientists and researchers discovered a high fat, moderate protein, and very low carbohydrate diet called the ‘ketogenic diet’ and used it to treat seizures in children with epilepsy.

During treatment they realized the ketogenic diet was extremely effective at reducing body fat and improving many cognitive functions. The results of their studies also showed patients who followed a ketogenic diet significantly lowered triglycerides levels, lowered LDL (bad cholesterol), increased HDL (good cholesterol), lowered blood pressure, and improved insulin sensitivity.

Carbohydrates in your diet are replaced with healthy fats and moderate amounts of protein. By restricting carbohydrates, your body is able to release stored fatty acids trapped inside fat cells. These fatty acids travel to your liver and produce ‘ketone molecules’ to be used as energy for your brain and body, which puts your body in the ‘state of ketosis’

How Ketosis Works

Ketosis is a physiological state where your body burns ketone molecules from the breakdown of fat as it’s primary energy source, instead of using glucose from carbohydrates.

Blood Sugar & Insulin Levels Kept Low

Carbohydrates are restricted in order to keep your blood sugar and insulin levels low. Carbs are replaced with dietary fat which does not raise blood sugar and cause insulin spikes

Fat Leaves the Cell

Low insulin levels unlock your fat cells and allow fat to escape in the form of fatty acids. These fatty acids travel thru your bloodstream and make their way to your liver

Ketones Are Produced

Once the fatty acids reach your liver they are converted into ketone bodies. Newly formed ketones exit the liver and travel to your brain, muscles, organs and other tissues in your body to be used as energy.

Ketones Give You Energy

You are now in a ‘state of ketosis’ and your body is burning ketones from the breakdown of fat, instead of using glucose. Ketones are the most efficient energy source in your body, and studies show ketones produce more energy per gram than any other fuel source

Benefits of Ketosis

  • Fat Loss
  • Muscle Preservation
  • Increased & Sustained Energy
  • Reduced Appetite & Less Cravings
  • Increased Cognitive Function & Focus
  • Less Inflammation
  • Less Water Retention
  • Lower Cholesterol
  • Lower Blood Pressure

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