It’s possible to lose weight so quickly on the Keto Diet because of the type of fuel your body is burning. We’ll explain that in detail.
And what is this magical thing called “ketosis”? I know it sounds technical, but we’re going to make it easy to understand.
And we’ll talk to you about the differences in low-carb diets. Do you know the difference between the Paleo Diet and the Ketogenic Diet? Even though they’re both low-carb, they’re not the same. We’ll tell you why.
You won’t have to spend hours researching the Internet trying to find all this out. We’ve done that work for you and put it all in one convenient place.
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Discover the metabolic process called “ketosis” that takes the weight off fast.
Ketosis, Ketones and Rapid Weight Loss
Many people confuse the ketogenic diet with low carb diets or paleo diets. However, there are considerable differences of which you should be aware.
Keto vs. Low Carb
A low-carb diet can be anything it wants to be, as long as it is low in carbohydrates. And “low” is rarely defined. On a low-carb diet, you simply make random food choices that curb your carb intake arbitrarily. Since there is no real number, you might still be consuming too many carbs.
Most importantly, what the low-carb diet lacks is that all-critical ketonic state that turns carbs into fats and provides your body with a new and effective source of fuel. This can leave you very hungry and tired.
The ketogenic diet has a specific ratio of carbs to fats to protein. This manipulation is critical, and it’s why a low carb diet won’t work as well, if at all.
Keto v. Paleo
The Paleo is also a low-carb-type diet. It is based on the assumption that eating the way our cavemen ancestors did, i.e., meat and no carbs, sugars, or grains, is the healthiest type of diet.
There are problems with this reasoning. First, our ancestors never experienced the kind of diseases that we face. The ketogenic diet is specifically a “healing” diet that is meant to benefit the body in many ways and help prevent diseases. The paleo diet does not do that.
Also, the paleo diet is based on eating meat instead of manipulating the ratio of fats, carbohydrates, and protein to achieve a ketonic state that uses fat as fuel.