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The Ketogenic diet is a low-carb and high-fat diet and thus, the food contains a high proportion of fat, a moderate proportion of protein, and very low carbs. A Ketogenic vegan diet is the same diet but it is based solely on plant-based foods. In other words, a Ketogenic vegan diet consists of plant-based fats, plant-based carbs, and plant-based fats.
The Ketogenic vegan diet is designed in such a way so that it can switch the body completely to burn the stored fats. Naturally, our body needs glucose, breaks down of carbohydrates, to fuel the body with energy. However, various scientific studies have proven that carbs are not healthy and are the main cause of many harmful ailments. The solution - making the human body to rely on fats to get the energy which carbs provide. This whole process that is turning the human body into the fat-burning machine is called ketosis which is the main goal of the Ketogenic diet. Ketosis is a process where the liver breakdowns stored fats in the body into ketones and hence, the body uses these ketones as fuel.
The Ketogenic vegan diet is one of the most difficult and restrictive diets, but it is possible to pull it off while maintaining your sanity, minimizing animal suffering, and improving your health. The aim of this book is to help you out on this journey.
In this book, you'll learn:
? Basics of a Ketogenic Vegan Diet
? Benefits of Ketogenic Vegan Diet
? Getting Started With Ketogenic Vegan Diet
? Foods to Have or Not On a Ketogenic Vegan Diet
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The Ketogenic diet is a low-carb and high-fat diet and thus, the food contains a high proportion of fat, a moderate proportion of protein and very low carbs. A Ketogenic vegan diet is the same diet but it is based solely on plant-based foods.
Most vegetarians eat animal products like eggs and dairy but avoid meat and fish. Meanwhile, the...
Keto through the metabolic state of ketosis and vegan diets through emphasis on eating foods strongly associated with diverse health benefits including those from high fibre leafy vegetables, legumes and rainbows of phytonutrient rich fruits.