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== Keto diet recipes ==
 
== Keto diet recipes ==
 
[[File:Salmon Spinach Panzanella.jpg|alt=Salmon Spinach Panzanella|thumb|right|'''Salmon Spinach Panzanella''']]
 
[[File:Salmon Spinach Panzanella.jpg|alt=Salmon Spinach Panzanella|thumb|right|'''Salmon Spinach Panzanella''']]
A [[ketogenic diet]] is a very [[low carbohydrate]] diet that is rich in [[protein]], high in healthier [[fats]] with limited [[complex carbohydrates]] to the point of only about 20-30 [[net carbohydrates]]. The key is keeping the net carbs low, while at the same time as providing the nutrients using [[protein]], [[fat]] with a very small amount of fiber based [[carbohydrates]]. While on a ketogenic diet, you should try to get your [[fat]] from natural sources like [[meat]], [[fish]], and [[nuts]] in addition to [[saturated fats]] and [[monounsaturated fats]] such as [[coconut oil]], [[butter]], and [[olive oil]].  When it comes to [[protein]], [[organic]], [[pasture-raised]] and [[grass-fed meat]] is preferred. Plenty of green and lean [[vegetables]], and [[leafy greens]]. Harder [[cheese]]s typically have fewer carbs. fattier nuts like [[macadamias]] and [[almonds]] are preferable. When it comes to beverages, stay simple and stick to mostly water. You can flavor it if needed with [[stevia]]-based flavorings.
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A [[ketogenic diet]] is a very [[low carbohydrate]] diet that is rich in [[protein]], high in healthier [[fats]] with limited [[complex carbohydrates]] to the point of only about 20-30 [[net carbohydrates]]. The key is keeping the net carbs low, while at the same time as providing the nutrients using [[protein]], [[fat]] with a very small amount of fiber based [[carbohydrates]]. While on a ketogenic diet, you should try to get your [[fat]] from natural sources like [[meat]], [[fish]], and [[nuts]] in addition to [[saturated fats]] and [[monounsaturated fats]] such as [[coconut oil]], [[butter]], and [[olive oil]].  When it comes to [[protein]], [[organic]], [[pasture-raised]] and [[grass-fed meat]] is preferred. Plenty of green and lean [[vegetables]], and [[leafy greens]]. Harder [[cheese]]s typically have fewer carbs. fattier nuts like [[macadamias]] and [[almonds]] are preferable. When it comes to beverages, stay simple and stick to mostly water. You can flavor it if needed with [[stevia]]-based flavorings. Learn more about [[ketogenic diet]].
 
* [[GRILLED CHICKEN (565091)|Grilled chicken]]
 
* [[GRILLED CHICKEN (565091)|Grilled chicken]]
 
* [[SALMON (512958)|Salmon]]
 
* [[SALMON (512958)|Salmon]]

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Keto diet recipes

Salmon Spinach Panzanella
Salmon Spinach Panzanella

A ketogenic diet is a very low carbohydrate diet that is rich in protein, high in healthier fats with limited complex carbohydrates to the point of only about 20-30 net carbohydrates. The key is keeping the net carbs low, while at the same time as providing the nutrients using protein, fat with a very small amount of fiber based carbohydrates. While on a ketogenic diet, you should try to get your fat from natural sources like meat, fish, and nuts in addition to saturated fats and monounsaturated fats such as coconut oil, butter, and olive oil. When it comes to protein, organic, pasture-raised and grass-fed meat is preferred. Plenty of green and lean vegetables, and leafy greens. Harder cheeses typically have fewer carbs. fattier nuts like macadamias and almonds are preferable. When it comes to beverages, stay simple and stick to mostly water. You can flavor it if needed with stevia-based flavorings. Learn more about ketogenic diet.