The diet is the best for those who are very overweight. You claim that you will succeed and lose weight if you follow the specific schedule of your daily intake of 70% fat, 25% protein and 5% carbohydrates. If you are someone who always struggles with the same 1
Most saturated, monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats seem to be acceptable in a keto diet, but avoid the polyunsaturated fat in margarines. All proteins make the cut including milk. The choice of higher fat proteins is obviously preferred along with those having a lower protein number. A good example of this is the choice of dark poultry meat over white, as the dark contains more fat but less protein. When it comes to choosing carbohydrates, vegetables with higher carbohydrate content such as potatoes, onions, garlic, squash, mushrooms, and night shades such as eggplants, tomatoes and peppers are limited. Fruits with a higher carbohydrate content are raspberries, blueberries, blackberries and bananas and should be as limited or completely avoided as possible.
To bring more healthy fat into your diet, try sprinkling some olive oil on your boiled or fresh vegetables, cooking your meat in coconut oil and adding nut butters as healthy snacks instead of nuts as they are easier to digest , Stir or fry your eggs with coconut oil and add one side avocado for a super healthy fat meal.
Here is a link to some nice ketore recipes: https://www.ruled.me/keto-recipes/
As with any diet, you will certainly get positive results if you make drastic changes and avoid certain foods, which contribute to weight gain. But I do not consider that to be sustainable. Whether the keto diet is beneficial or harmful is up for discussion. The more people you ask, the more confused you become, because everyone has something else to say.
As a naturopath I am not a fan of diet. I have found that every person is different and may have negative reactions to the elimination of certain food groups and the exaggeration of others. If you generally consume a lot of fat, you need to make sure that your liver can handle the digestive processes that are taking place. The liver is what I call the head of digestion, so we need to make sure it's in top shape before we add more work to that organ.
My advice is to check with your doctor before using this or any other trend diet.