Extended fasting is a form of intermittent fasting. It brings with it no end of health benefits and can produce some amazing results when combined with a keto diet. In this article, we will take you through what extended fasting is the health benefits, some things to be aware of, as well as how to get started with extended fasting. Be sure to read until the end when I will take you through my personal experience with extended fasting, including top tips on how to make it work for you.
What is OMAD? OMAD stands for One Meal A Day. Eating OMAD when combined with keto can be your secret weapon to shedding weight fast and reaching your keto goals. In this article, we will take you through what OMAD is, how to try it and the benefits it can bring you. Don’t be put off by the fact that you’re only eating one meal – you make sure it’s a good one!
Intermittent Fasting (IF) is a dieting method where you eat only during certain times of the day. IF can have fantastic results on its own, but when combined with the keto diet, the results can be phenomenal. If this is something that you think you may fancy having a go at, we’ve got the ultimate guide for you on getting started with intermittent fasting on keto.
Working out which sugars are and are not keto-friendly can be difficult, even for seasoned keto-ers. To may life easier for you, we have created this guide to the best and worst keto sugars to help you on your journey.
When you start keto, it can be so confusing, which leads to you asking 101 questions about the foods you want to eat, such as, Are Basil Seeds Keto?, Can I eat Basil Seeds on Keto? We have all been there, don’t worry. Here, we will answer all of your questions, including how many net carbs are in Basil Seeds, what an average serving size is, and overall whether Basil Seeds are keto approved. [SPOILER ALERT: Yes, Basil Seeds are keto-friendly.] Just remember to be careful as to how many you eat so as to not go over your carb
Sugars on keto is probably one of the most confusing things to get your head around when transitioning onto a keto diet. Getting your head around net carbs is one thing, and then sugars is normally the challenge that comes after that. Then, once you’re happy knowing which sugars are keto and are not, how much, if any do you deduct from your total carb count. Confused? You don’t have to be, we’ve got everything you need to know about which sugars are and are not keto for you, what % you can deduct from your carb count and so much more. So, less talk, more action, and let’s find out, is caramel keto friendly?