Keto Diet for Weight Loss
With a keto diet plan in Dubai, we can help you to reach the right balance of macronutrients to achieve and maintain ketosis – for ultimate weight loss results!
The difference between a ketogenic diet and low-carb diets is that the ketogenic diets aim for ketosis. It is not that easy to achieve and maintain this metabolic state. For a proper ketogenic diet, it needs accurate and diligent planning and tracking of food (especially carbohydrate) intake.
When you stop supplying your body with carbs and sugar, your body will burn more body fat, start to produce ketones and you will ultimately achieve a metabolic state called ketosis.
Many benefits can be related to ketosis and promote subsequent weight loss:
- Faster fat loss
- Improved physical and mental energy
- Less cravings or feeling of hunger
- Stable blood sugar levels
- Better skin
- Improved blood lipids (triglycerides and cholesterol levels)
- Balanced hormones
The ketogenic diet was first introduced as a treatment for epilepsy but has become more and more popular for weight loss. A ketogenic diet can be an effective weight loss tool as the reduced intake of carbohydrates from food sources will force your body to burn body fat instead of carbohydrates.
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Which type of keto diet is the best for you?
Ketogenic or very low carbohydrate diets are often hard to stick to in the long term and can regularly result in yo-yo dieting if approached without proper guidance. If you wish to follow a ketogenic diet, start your journey with the help of one of our nutritionists or dietitians to make sure you will choose the ketogenic diet that works best for you and will offer you the most beneficial effects.
The common types of ketogenic diets are:
20-50 grams of net carbs per day, moderate protein intake and high fat intake
25-50 grams of net carbs or less (“targeted” around 30 minutes to an hour before exercise)
Eating a ketogenic diet for several days followed by a couple of days of eating high-carb.
SKD with higher amounts of protein