If you are a big snacker and you feel like you have to eat something throughout the day you'll first want to evaluate if you're eating because you're actually hungry or if you're eating out of habit.
If you look at statistics over the last thirty years or so it’s pretty astounding how different things are with our health as a nation.
I think one of the misconceptions about a keto/low-carb eating plan is that it’s a fad diet - something you do for awhile to lose weight and then go back to “normal” eating.
One important aspect of keto that I believe gets misunderstood is how to eat a proper balance of foods and choosing healthy fats in your diet.
There have been many times in our history that doctors did things wrong and nobody questioned it for a long time. And then when people started questioning it, they were ignored because they didn’t want to change and didn’t want to admit they were wrong.
America is one of the most medicated societies in the world yet we’re SO unhealthy! Why is that?
Any diet that eliminates sugar, is low in processed foods, is low in starchy foods, gets carbs from non-starchy vegetables, and includes high quality fats and proteins… that’s a good diet for you.
We have been told for many years that we need to avoid cholesterol and we need to keep our numbers low. The thing is, we need cholesterol to live.
Sadly the quality of our food has decreased over the years and it's harder to get all the vitamins and minerals we need from our food alone.
Getting started on the keto diet is simple and it can transform your health and your weight.
It's not about how many calories you eat - it's about what kind of calories you eat.
Knowing what is good to eat can be the hard part of low-carb diets. Here's an extensive list to get you started!