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January 22, 2019

What is the Best Diet of 2019?

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by Dr Don Colbert

What is the best diet of 2019?  The Ketogenic diet is absolutely the frontrunner.

Why?

Not only does it promote abdominal fat loss and reduced appetite, it has amazing “added benefits” beyond weight loss.

8 REASONS KETOGENIC IS THE BEST DIET OF 2019
1. THE KETOGENIC DIET PROMOTES WEIGHT LOSS WITHOUT HUNGER
Hunger is one of the biggest reasons most people can’t stick with a standard diet. Once hungry, many people fixate on what they want to eat, but cannot have.

Oftentimes, those diet-induced “intense cravings” are simply intense hunger.

But there’s not a hunger issue with the Keto.

Keto’s low-carb eating and ketosis automatically lead to a reduction in appetite . This occurs for a few reasons:

Healthy fat foods are filling and promote satiety
Proteins are slow-digesting, allowing eaters to feel satisfied
Ketone production suppresses appetite
Leptin levels are optimized signaling fullness
What’s more, according to several studies, people eat fewer calories when they eat low-carbohydrate while increasing protein and fat .

2. KETO EATING LEADS TO QUICK INITIAL WEIGHT LOSS, MOSTLY ABDOMINAL FAT
There’s little doubt; when you cut carbs significantly, you’ll lose weight.

In fact, you’ll specifically lose abdominal fat, and you’ll see the most results in the first 6 months.

First, low-carb diets help your body rid itself of excess water and bloating, especially in the mid-section. Then, they lower insulin. Even moderately high insulin levels stand as a barrier to fat breakdown and loss.

Low-carb eaters generally see fat loss in the first 2 weeks . Typically, they lose 200-300% more weight than low-fat dieters, and they’re able to do it without hunger .

You may have heard that different diets result in the same amount of weight loss after six months or so. It’s true that low-carb eating has the most impact initially . But it’s also true that most dieters who do not show initial success give up in the first month. Losing early is important to long-term success.

But the biggest advantage isn’t the time of fat loss, it’s the location. Low-fat eating tends to reduce abdominal visceral fat. This fat is lodged around organs and is associated with inflammation and insulin resistance.

The Ketogenic Diet eating targets visceral fat and helps you lower it quickly.

3. THE KETOGENIC DIET HELPS LOWER HARMFUL TRIGLYCERIDES AND BLOOD PRESSURE
Triglycerides are fat molecules that circulate in your bloodstream. When they are high, there is a high risk of heart disease.

What causes high triglycerides?

You’ve guessed it: In sedentary people, it’s simple sugar and carbohydrate consumption.

Cut the carbs with Keto and you’ll see a drop in triglycerides.

You’ll also see blood pressure fall. Elevated blood pressure puts you at risk of many diseases including heart disease, stroke, and kidney failure. Low-carb Keto eating is a great antidote.

4. KETO SUPPORTS BETTER CHOLESTEROL NUMBERS
The Ketogenic diet will also promote better cholesterol readings.

How?

First, it will improve high-density lipoprotein (HDL) numbers. Since a better ratio of HDL to “bad” LDL lowers your risk of heart disease, this is great news!

Then, it can even improve the type of LDL cholesterol in your blood. Especially if you include medium chain triglycerides, you can reduce the type of LDL cholesterol that is able to enter cell walls and form plaques.

5. KETO IS GREAT FOR BLOOD SUGARS AND DIABETES
This one’s simple. If you cut carbs, you will lower blood sugars and risk of Diabetes.

Unfortunately, diabetes and insulin resistance now affects millions of people worldwide. Not only is this a medical condition in and of itself, but high blood sugars also make it very difficult to lose weight.

Study and study have concluded that cutting carbs dramatically reduces blood sugars and insulin levels. It’s so drastic, that it’s important to warn your doctor about the diet change as you’ll likely need less insulin and/or medication in order to not experience low blood sugars.

6. KETO IS BENEFICIAL FOR BRAIN HEALTH
When you don’t eat as many carbs, your brain will begin to burn ketones instead of carbs as fuel.

Astonishingly, this change in brain fuel has been used successfully for decades to help children with epilepsy vastly reduce seizures (without medications).

Now, there is promising research on ketosis and brain improvements

For degenerative brain conditions such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease.

What’s more, many people in ketosis report greater brain clarity, focus, and function than before.

7. KETO ENCOURAGES WHOLE FOODS, VEGETABLES, AND HEALTHY FATS
Unlike some ketogenic diet plans, my Keto Zone diet is discriminate on the fats and proteins you choose.

It encourages consumption of high omega-3 foods and proteins that are anti-inflammatory. These include organic and local meats, fish, medium chain triglycerides, and more.

It also promotes consumption of whole greens and vegetables, utilizing low-carb options in meal planning and recipes.

What’s more, it urges users to use spices and foods that promote whole body health such as turmeric, collagen, cinnamon, ginger, and more.

Whole foods for whole body health.

Dr Don Colbert

8. KETO DOES EVEN MORE
Amazingly, cutting carbs and increasing healthy fats with Keto does even more than affect heart health, brain health, and blood sugars.

This style of eating also benefits those suffering from autoimmune diseases including:

Hashimoto’s and hypothyroidism
Graves’ disease and hyperthyroidism
Rheumatoid arthritis
Lupus
Celiac disease
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)
How?

In addition to weight loss, it encourages healthy foods and fats that improve these conditions while discouraging inflammatory foods such as gluten and unhealthy processed foods.

THE BOTTOM LINE
There’s little doubt that Keto eating leads to fat loss, and fat loss leads to immense health benefits.

My Keto Zone book supports better cholesterol levels, lower visceral body fat, lower blood pressure and triglycerides, better brain function, optimal blood sugars, reduced inflammation, and whole body health.

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