Keto It is a high fat, adequate/moderate protein, low carbohydrate way of eating.
Originally became popular in the 1920s for managing neurological disorders and children who suffered from autism. Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s, sleep disorders, brain cancer and so on.
Healthy Keto is ensuring you are eating enough nutrients, vitamins and minerals. It is not all butter and Bacon. There are misconceptions around the type of foods and fats which can lead to unhealthy keto and high cholesterol, and like any way of eating weight gain if consuming the wrong types and amounts of foods.
I also personally have eliminated gluten and most dairy (apart from a couple of dairy products such as halloumi and organic butter). The ketogenic diet provides a new fuel source for your cells and your body undergoes many biological adaptions, including a reduction in insulin and an increased fat breakdown. When this happens your body starts producing large amounts of ketones to supply energy for your brain.”
The word “keto” for a ketogenic diet comes from the fact that it makes the body produce small fuel molecules called “ketones.” Ketones are produced in the liver, from fat. They’re used as fuel throughout the body, including the brain. The brain consumes a lot of energy, and it can’t run on fat directly. It can only run on glucose… or ketones. On a ketogenic diet, your entire body switches its fuel supply to run almost entirely on fat. Insulin levels become very low and fat burning increases dramatically.