Best Proteins for Ketogenic Diets

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( — November 8, 2017) Cheyenne, Wyoming — A balanced diet is the key to good health but balance is relative to one’s lifestyle goals. The dietary needs of a bodybuilder differ greatly from that of a marathon runner. Likewise, the eating habit of an average person who is overweight and not athletic needs to be specially crafted to realize a healthy balance.

“A study conducted in 2008 and published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that obese men following a ketogenic diet for 4 weeks lost an average of 12 pounds during this time,” reports the Medical News Today.

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“The “keto” in a ketogenic diet comes from the fact that it makes the body produce small fuel molecules called ‘ketones’,” explains the Diet Doctor. “This is an alternative fuel for the body, used when blood sugar (glucose) is in short supply.” Ketones are made in the liver as stored fat is converted to energy which the brain heavy depends on in lieu of glucose production.

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While reducing carbohydrate intake is essential for a ketogenic diet, it’s more important to make wise protein selections. Lean meats, seafood, beans, soy, low-fat dairy, eggs, nuts and seeds are all great sources of nutrient-rich protein which are low in saturated fat and calories.

Salmon is packed with omega-3 fatty acids, especially docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), which is a vital for brain development, the retina and heart. Beans, lentils, walnuts and almonds also provide protein while good dietary fiber can be gained from oats and vegetable salads.

It’s a good idea to change up your protein foods. For instance, you could have salmon or other fish that’s rich in omega-3s, beans or lentils that give you fiber as well as protein, walnuts on your salad or almonds in your oatmeal.

“For healthy people who don’t have diabetes and aren’t pregnant, ketosis usually kicks in after 3 or 4 days of eating less than 50 grams of carbohydrates per day,” says “That’s about 3 slices of bread, a cup of low-fat fruit yogurt, or two small bananas.”

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