Have you ever been fearful about adding Keto Zone fats to your diet? Does it make you nervous to go against the false nutrition recommendations that have been perpetuated for decades (high fat is unhealthy)? Do you really believe that eating fat makes you thin?
Well, it’s true. And not only thin but healthier.
In fact, study after study has found that cutting carbs and eating healthy fats leads to fat loss. Indeed, eating fat makes you thin.
Here’s the science behind eating fat, and how you can add more to your diet.
When you eat a high-fat diet, about 75% of your calories, and omit most carbs, you can get into the Keto Zone, into ketosis. How does this help?
Ketosis is a state of low-carbohydrate intake in which your body produces and uses ketones for energy. Very little carbohydrates are necessary.
And, this is no ordinary energy. It’s stable. It provides mental focus. And it allows you to eat less and lose weight without an energy deficit.
Astonishingly, this new body fuel and brain fuel has been used successfully for decades to help children with epilepsy vastly reduce seizures (without medications) (1). It also promises brain health improvements in others including degenerative brain conditions such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease (2).
What’s more, many people in ketosis report greater brain clarity, focus, and function than before.
Why is dieting usually so hard? One word: hunger.
Since hunger is one of the biggest reasons most people “fail” at diets, it’s reassuring to find a healthy way of eating that promising fat loss without hunger. Fat loss without cravings.
There’s not a hunger issue when eating fats in the Keto Zone.
Keto Zone’s low-carb, high-fat eating and ketosis automatically lead to a reduction in appetite (3). This occurs for a few reasons:
What’s more, according to several studies, people eat fewer calories when they eat low-carbohydrate while increasing protein and fat (4).
Eating fat also works to reduce body fat in the best place possible: the abdominals.
Low-carb, high-fat eaters generally see significant fat loss in the first 2 weeks (5, 6), about 200-300% more weight than low-fat dieters. They’re able to do it without hunger (7, 8), and their fat loss is typically visceral fat. This fat is found around organs and increases inflammation and risk of disease (9, 10).
Of course, it’s not all about being thin just for the sake of being thin. It’s about getting to your goal weight, feeling strong, and being healthy.
Eating fat makes you thin and healthy. First, it delivers healthy nutrients. Then, it promotes health indirectly by the weight loss itself. And then, it:
But it’s not always as easy as it sounds.
Eating fat requires some work. It’s easiest if high-fat foods are planned throughout the day.
If you plan to eat fat throughout the day, you can easily consume more than 120 grams of fat per day. Then, adjust your amounts, and add more fat bombs or extra virgin olive oil, to get enough.
Eating fat makes you thin. Are you convinced? You should be. We now have many studies, and many, many success stories, that show improved weight loss and health when eating a high-fat Keto Zone diet. Get into the Keto Zone today to meet your health and weight goals.
And, if you’d like help, recipes, and more to get started, sign up for the FREE Keto Zone 21-Day-Challenge today.