Keto done right.

The smart way. The dumb way. And it’s not the only way.

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There is no long-living population, that follows a keto diet for life.

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“In fact, data collected over many decades showed that coronary artery disease is common in Greenland’s Inuit population. Heart disease is as frequent — or even more so — among native northern populations as it is for other populations. Strokes are particularly common, and life expectancy overall was found to be about a decade shorter among native populations.”

~ Huffington Post

Read between the lines of all keto testimonials, positive or negative.

“However, I do intentionally get out of ketosis for about 2 months every year. I time this around the holidays so that I can enjoy all of the food celebrations that start with Thanksgiving and culminate with New Year’s. Doing this allows me to not just fully enjoy the holidays with friends/family, but the added protein/carbs allow me to build muscle and strength.

However, not long after upping my carbs/protein, I start to feel pain in my joints again. [Was it really about carbs and proteins per se or the nature of them? All the holiday food?] My belly starts to get bloated. Heartburn returns. Energy fluctuates. Food cravings come back.”

~ Great keto blog

Foods matter. Timing matters. Food combining matters.

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Keto done right. The evidence-based recipe.

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