Welcome to the 25 Day Keto Challenge Blog! The Keto Diet is a low carb diet.
A low carb diet greatly reduces intake of carbohydrates.
It may sound easy but it is not.
Carbohydrates are found in many foods such as sugary snacks, bread, pasta, starches, fruit, and many processed foods. Sometimes these foods can be highly addictive.
Some low carb diets limit intake to 20 grams of carbs a day, and limit the main source of these carbs to be non-starchy vegetables.
There is a lot of scientific research that proves low carb eating can be beneficial to your health, from a weight loss perspective in short periods of time. This is why we created the 25 day challenge to allow people to immerse themselves into a proven diet plan, that can be healthy and fun at the same time!
Whatever your reason for starting the low carb lifestyle, there are several key health benefits.
Most “diets” make you hungry and this usually results in more snacking and people often gain weight. If you restrict your food intake too much you ‘fall off the wagon’.
Trying a low carb lifestyle you may not see as many cravings. Research has shown that people who eat less carbohydrates and eat additional protein and healthy fats will eat less and reduce their overall calorie consumption.
A lot of our body is made up of excess water and a low carb diet can rid our bodies of some of this.
Lower Levels Of Visceral Fat
Not all fat is the same, and visceral fat is the bad kind that builds up around our organs and can often be the reason for serious health problems.
A low carb diet can help to reduce levels of visceral fat.
A low carb diet can be beneficial in many ways and can help you with certain health issues. However, there is always a risk when making drastic changes to your diet such as significantly reducing the amount of carbohydrates you consume. It is therefore best to consult your doctor before making any changes to your diet; this is particularly the reason we have only set our challenge to 25 days. 25 days should be plenty of time to see some great results! Ask your doctor if a low carb diet is right for you.