If you made it to my blog, chances are you’ve already did some research on Keto.
Keto is basically a way of eating where you can actively help your body burn the excess fat that your body has stored.
This is achieved by limiting the amount of carbohydrates you consume in a day (usually 20 g of net carbs/day) and adding in healthy fats and lean protein to balance it out.
Once you limit the carbs that you are consuming, you enter a state called “nutritional ketosis”. At this point, your body will no longer rely on carbohydrates for energy – it will now start burning fast as it’s primary fuel source.