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Is Keto Right For Me?
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What is Keto?

The keto (a.k.a. ketogenic) diet is based on eating very few carbs, some protein, and lots of fats. Specifically, you’ll eat 60-70% of your calories from fat, 15-30% from protein, and just 5-10% from carbohydrates.

The goal? Ketosis.

What is Ketosis?

When you eat a keto diet, you essentially eliminate all of the glucose (which comes from carbohydrates and sugar) your body typically uses for energy. So, instead, your body turns to ketones (which come from dietary and stored fat) for fuel. That fat-burning state is called ketosis.

It takes most people at least three weeks of eating a keto diet to fully shift into ketosis and start reaping the energy, weight-loss, and other benefits.

Why Go Keto?

Increased Energy

Weight Loss

Mental Clarity

KETO 101

A few tips to get you started.

Jumpstart Ketosis

These products give you the extra BHBs that may help your body get into ketosis more quickly. They may also help reduce appetite and “keto flu” symptoms.


Up Your Fat Intake

Healthy fats are a staple in the keto diet for their ability to be used as an energy source and staving off hunger. Try coconut or MCT oil in your coffee or smoothies.


Support Digestion

The keto diet can be tough on the gut since it tends to be low in fiber. Taking a fiber supplement get help get things moving, while digestive enzymes can help break down food. Round out your routine with a probiotic for healthy gut bacteria.


Maintain Electrolytes

Electrolytes can become unbalanced on the keto diet since you retain less water, resulting in dehydration. Supplementing with an electrolyte blend that contains sodium, potassium and magnesium can help restore levels and prevent “keto flu” symptoms.


Monitor Ketone Levels

If you’re wondering if you’re in ketosis, you can use urinalysis ketone strips as a quick and easy option.


Peanut Butter Chocolatey

You don’t need to give up your sweet tooth on keto. Try keto-friendly snacks that are low in carbs and sugar, like cookies and bars. If savory snacks are your thing, cheese crisps can satisfy your crunch craving.


Cook Low-Carb

Enjoy your favorites by substituting white flour for almond or coconut flour and sugar for sweeteners like stevia.




Keto Shake


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Keto Fire

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Primal Nutrition, Inc

Collagen Fuel

Vanilla Coconut

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Love Good Fats

Love Good Fats (12 Bar)

Coconut Chocolate Chip

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Keto Hydrate

Keto Orange

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Nature Fuel

Keto Fat Bombs

Peanut Butter

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High Protein Keto-Coffee

Birthday Cake Bash

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Nutrition Info for Full Recipe:

100 calories | 1g fat | 6g carbohydrates | 4g fiber | 16g protein | 0g sugar

    PREP TIME 15 minutes
  • 1 1/2 cup water
  • 2 scoops (18g) Ketologie Roast Chicken Bone Broth Powder
  • 1 package (8oz) angel hair shirataki noodles, strained and rinsed
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1/2 tsp onion powder
  • 1/4 tsp garlic powder
  • Pinch of garlic salt
  • Pinch of ginger
  • Pinch of pepper
  • Chopped green onions, to taste
  1. Add all ingredients except the noodles to a large bowl and whisk until combined
  2. Once combined, add broth to a medium pot and bring to a boil
  3. While the broth heats up, rinse and strain the noodles
  4. Once the broth is boiling, add the noodles and continue boiling for one to two minutes
  5. Simmer the ramen for about five minutes, then remove from the heat
  6. Top with chopped green onion, if desired, and serve