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  • Keto Diet Benefits

    Keto Diet Benefits

    In this article you will learn how the keto diet treats:
    • Gastrointestinal diseases
    • Skin
    • Migraine
    • Liver
    • Infertility
    • Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)



    When switching to keto, the gastrointestinal tract will work like a clock, although it may take some time to adjust it. The positive thing is that you will forget about heartburn, gas, diarrhea, colitis, enteritis.

    The intestines perform several important functions in the body. Its wall should filter the flow
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  • How the Keto Diet Can Help Reverse Diabetes

    How the Keto Diet Can Help Reverse Diabetes

    Diabetes is a progressive and chronic disease that is often stated as “incurable” by many people. But lately, the results of several clinical studies reveal that the reversal of diabetes is possible with a low carb diet or a keto diet.

    Although there are chances of debate for the term “reversal” being right because incorporating flour and sugar in their diet might bring diabetes back. In spite of that,
    carbohydrate restriction remains the default treatment for people with diabetes.
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    Last edited by Sonia Davis; 04-05-2020, 04:28 PM.

  • The Beginners' Guide to the Keto Diet

    The Beginners' Guide to the Keto Diet

    What is a Keto Diet?

    A ketogenic diet or popularly known as ‘Keto’ is a high fat, low carbs, and moderate protein diet. Ideally, the keto diet comprises 60-70 percent fat, 15-25 percent proteins, and 5-10 percent carbs, though carbs are restricted to 5 percent in most cases. This is a classical approach to keto.

    But over time, five variants of it have been evolved and they are now popularly known as five types of the ketogenic diet. Here are these five.


    A standard...
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    Last edited by Rebecca Nigel; 04-09-2020, 04:54 PM.

  • How to start the Keto Diet – explained in details for beginners

    How to start the Keto Diet – explained in details for beginners

    By and large, people only care about two types of questions concerning the keto diet. The first group of questions are questions regarding the technical use of the keto diet: what products should be, how to choose them, how to alternate them, a quantity of these products.

    The second group is questions about what harm can be from the keto diet: harm to the brain, blood, internal organs, and so on.





    We will give answers to all questions that concern
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    Last edited by Claudia Allen; 01-16-2020, 08:30 AM.

  • Keto diet for diabetics. The only way to reverse diabetes naturally

    Keto diet for diabetics. The only way to reverse diabetes naturally

    In this article you will read about:
    • Sweet disease. The link between sugar consumption and diabetes
    • Help in fat. Fatty foods are an absolute evil or the only hope to reverse diabetes?
    • Why monkeys in English zoos are deprived of bananas – (hint: because of diabetes)
    • “Harmless” fructose as the main provocateur of diabetes
    • 8 hidden symptoms of type 2 diabetes
    • Fatty dairy products reduce the risk of diabetes
    • Is bacteria the cause of diabetes?
    • Two days of eating fast food are enough for
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    Last edited by John Keto Kane; 09-22-2020, 01:38 PM.

  • Keto diet as the best and only way to prevent Dementia and Alzheimer's

    Keto diet as the best and only way to prevent Dementia and Alzheimer's

    The brain requires more energy than any other individual organ in the body. For a day of not too intense work, the brain consumes 250-300 kilocalories, that is, about a quarter of the energy that goes to the main exchange.

    At only two percent of body weight, the brain consumes 25 percent of its energy. The question is, where is it better to take this energy from?





    The idea that sugar is vital for the brain is rather speculative and stems from the fact...
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    Last edited by Rebecca Nigel; 09-17-2020, 09:42 PM.

  • Keto diet for beginners. How to start?

    Keto diet for beginners. How to start?

    A keto diet or a ketogenic diet is a way of eating that involves eating foods low in carbohydrates and high in fat, resulting in faster weight loss. This diet has many health benefits.

    The keto diet can be useful for reducing body weight without feeling very hungry and for controlling type 2 diabetes. Here you can learn how to properly follow a ketogenic diet using natural products.





    What is ketosis? How to enter ketosis?

    Energy for...
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    Last edited by Rebecca Nigel; 08-31-2020, 10:59 AM.

  • Can I eat honey on keto diet?

    Can I eat honey on keto diet?

    Is honey really better than sugar? And how many calories in honey, if it is recommended to those who are struggling with overweight?




    In a nutshell, both honey and sugar have identical chemical composition. The difference is that honey is easier to digest, but it is also more caloric than sugar.

    Recently a who expert Gojko Roglic finally debunked the myth about the benefits of honey: "Replacing sugar with honey doesn't change anything. The metabolic
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    Last edited by Rebecca Nigel; 05-02-2020, 02:34 PM.

  • Saturated animal fats slow down the pace of aging

    Saturated animal fats slow down the pace of aging

    Saturated animal fats regulate immune system
    Cholesterol can play a decisive role in the regulation of immune system - in particular, it directly and positively affects the activation of T-cells. In this regard, the question arises - prolonged therapy with drugs to lower cholesterol can cause a strong decrease in immune system. This is very important for elderly people who already have immune system rapidly weakening with age. Therefore, people with lower cholesterol are more likely to get...
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  • What is Keto Diet - a Detailed Guide for Beginners in Simple Terms

    What is Keto Diet - a Detailed Guide for Beginners in Simple Terms

    The ketogenic diet is a dietary approach that is fundamentally different from a typical diet. At the same time, it is useful both for losing weight and for treating many chronic diseases.

    The ketogenic or keto diet is a low-carb diet with moderate protein intake and high fat intake - the liver begins to stably produce ketone bodies (ketones) from fat. Ketones are an energy source for body cells, especially for the brain. The state of such effective fat burning is called ketosis.
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    Last edited by Addy Williams; 09-14-2020, 01:47 PM.
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  • Breastfeeding Nearly Halves the Mother's Future Risk of Developing Diabetes
    by Barbara Radcliffe





    The benefits of breastfeeding for both parties involved in it have long been known: for example, it reduces the risk of developing breast and ovarian cancer in the mother, and in the infant, it helps the proper formation of the immune system.

    But nothing has been said about the role of breastfeeding in reducing the risk of chronic diseases such as diabetes. Now such evidence has appeared, and this is another argument in favor of the type of feeding
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    by Gregg Hewitt



    Why does the body need cholesterol if it's so bad?



    The word "Cholesterol" is still a scary totem in the world of health. Want to scare someone who is interested in health and nutrition?

    Then ominously say "Cholesterol!" in their presence. People will immediately have associations with death, heart attack, cancer, and any other horrors.

    And the phrase "High cholesterol" generally crushes a weak psyc
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    by Antony Convey




    Nothing destroys a person's immunity so much and does not shorten a person's life expectancy as a constant lack of sleep.

    Sleep not less than 7-8 hours a day guarantees to extend the average lifespan.




    Sleep quality significantly affects a person's lifespan

    Scientists were able to reliably establish that nothing affects the reduction in life expectancy like a lack of sleep.

    During sleep, the amount of dopamine
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    by Barbara Radcliffe




    Sunflower oil consists of more than half of linoleic acid. The content of fatty acids in sunflower oil (in%): stearic 1.6-4.6, palmitic 3.5-6.4, myristic up to 0.1, arachidonic 0.7-0.9, oleic 24-40, linoleic 46-62, linolenic up to 1. Of the polyunsaturated fatty acids, sunflower oil contains only 1% of omega-3 acids, and Omega-6-unsaturated fatty acids prevail.


    It is in the linoleic acid of sunflower oil that there is a huge potential harm to heal
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    11-30-2020, 11:29 AM
  • Not All Vitamins Are Good for Your Health
    by Antony Convey



    It is generally accepted that vitamins are useful. This is perceived as an axiom that does not require proof. Have you ever wondered why and for what purpose we take various vitamin and mineral complexes offered to us by the pharmaceutical industry?


    Just because we were forced to think about their usefulness? Or for a speedy recovery from colds and flu?


    But under normal circumstances, with a normal diet, people do not experience vitamin defi
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    11-29-2020, 07:44 AM
  • Should You Overpay for Grass-Fed Meat?
    by Antony Convey





    Let's see if grass-fed beef is really better than grain-fed beef.

    Today Black and Aberdeen Angus are among the most popular beef breeds in the world. Such gobies graze in the pasture for about a year, and then they are sent to the so-called feedlots.

    To get the favorite marbled beef of many - with white streaks of fat in the muscles, from which the meat melts in the mouth - cows are kept in tight feedlots, they move little.
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    11-28-2020, 06:32 AM
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