EATING LOW CARB
The "Healthy" Food Myth
What many people do not realize is that many of the foods that are considered "healthy" the body actually ends up turning into sugar, resulting in the spiking of insulin levels, and storage of fat.
Some of these "healthy" foods might include:
whole grain breads and cereals
It's easy to see why most Americans are overweight when you spend a little time looking over the macros of some of your favorite snacks. There are so many ways we consume sugars and carbs without even realizing it and it's mind-blowing.
EATING LOW CARB
The Truth About Sugar
Burning Fat VS Burning Sugar
Consuming too much sugar has been linked to health problems like obesity, inflammation, heart disease and diabetes.
High glucose levels promote insulin resistance that block glucose from entering your cells, affecting amino acid absorption.
It's harder for "Sugar Burners" to access stored fat for energy which means they need to eat more. Have you ever been "#Hangry"?
Being Fat Adapted means your body is working at its optimum. Some people report not feeling as drained or tired and having clearer thinking.
Sugar has found it's niche and its in just about everything. But that's where Keto comes in.
lETS GET STARTED
Step 1: Curb the sugar
This step sounds hard but it's actually easy with the right planning. We have a guide to help you get started here!
Step 2: Take protein down a notch
Some think too much protein could spike your sugar if it's not being used by the body.
Step 3: Eat lots of healthy fats!
60-75% of your calories should be from fat.
Step 4: Kickstart Keto now