All what’s in store for your Keto Meal Plan!

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The keto diet is becoming increasingly popular among masses who plan to shred on some pounds. The ketogenic diet is a very low carb, high fat diet and involves reducing carbs in the body and putting the body in the metabolic state called ketosis.

The ketogenic diet is not only used to reduce weight. People who have diabetes are also advised to switch to a ketogenic meal plan delivery since it significantly helps to reduce the blood sugar and insulin level in the body. 

People who followed the keto diet were reported to have lost an average of 2 pounds more than the group that followed a low-fat diet, while another study found that the ketogenic diet improved insulin sensitivity by a whopping 75%. 

When your body enters into a state of ketosis, it starts using fats for fuel instead of the usual carbs. There are various tests to determine whether you have entered the state of ketosis or not. 

So let’s take a look at all the delicious food you can have, without gaining an ounce of weight, if you follow the diet properly.

Oils: You don’t need to stop using oils in your food; you can simply switch your regulars to extra virgin olive oil or coconut oil. 

Cheese: Say hello to healthy sandwiches with unprocessed cheeses like cheddar or mozzarella. 

Eggs: You can enjoy your favourite omelette with omega-3 whole eggs. 

Fish: What’s better than having your favourite salmon, tuna or mackerel?

Butter: You can always choose grass-fed butter for your meals. 

Nuts: Start your day with healthy and filling almonds, walnuts, chia seeds, etc. 

Veggies: Enjoy your favourite salads with low-carb green veggies, tomatoes, onions, peppers etc. 

Fruits: Depending on your carb intake, you can always have your favourite juices with Avocado, Strawberries, Grapes, Oranges, Kiwis and all that have a higher content of Vitamin C. 

Say yes to spices, and never choose to settle down for blunt food.

Suppose you want to snack on something healthy because hunger pangs come when least expected. But, of course, you can always munch on pieces of meat, cheese, olives, boiled eggs, nuts, raw veggies, and dark chocolate.

NDIS meals are a great option for people who follow a particular kind of diet and cannot spare much in cooking. The meal is designed according to the taste and preference of hand-cooked delicious meals with flexible deliveries. 

So, now that your problem has a solution, there is not much to wait for. We wish you luck on this healthy journey of yours!

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