The keto diet is so popular right now because of its reputation for causing quick fat loss.
However, the source of the fat you eat doesn't necessarily matter when you're trying to lose weight on the keto diet.
While current research doesn't tell us much about the long-term impacts of eating a diet so high in fat, one of the important things to remember if you're following a keto diet is that there are healthier and less healthy ways to follow this diet.
To do keto the right way, you should always be supporting your health. At some point, you're going to pay for those foods that you're eating.
In my newest video, I talked about Clean Keto. What is it? How is it different from the Keto most of us know and is it better for weight loss?
Watch the video below to find out:
Clean keto is like a clean-eating version of the keto diet. It focuses on whole, unprocessed foods that are high in fiber and low in net carbs but are still packed with other nutrients such as avocados, green vegetables, coconut oil, and ghee.
Dirty keto, on the other hand, is following the keto diet and adhering to its carb restrictions without actually steering clear of unhealthy foods.
If you want to pursue clean keto, here are some of the foods and ingredients that should be part of your fridge and kitchen:
If you want to avoid dirty Keto, you may start with the following:
It’s not good enough to just eliminate carbs when you are switching from one bad habit to another low-carb habit.
You won’t ever feel bloated because you are eliminating the main culprits of inflammation which are dairy, sweeteners, alcohol and artificial ingredients.
If you have any questions, I’ll also be happy to answer them for you in the comments section.