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If you are searching online As to what the keto diet is or how it functions in order to lose weight then you have found just the right article for you. In this article Mama keto will talk about keto diet for the beginners.

Now to begin with let us briefly see what the keto diet is.

"Fat makes you fat," as the old low-fat weight-loss slogan goes. It's not quite that straightforward. Healthy fats, in fact, are beneficial to your brain and body regardless of what diet you follow. When you eat keto, you eat fewer carbs and eat more fats, which changes the type of fuel your body uses for energy (fat instead of carbohydrates).

Consider your body to be a hybrid vehicle. Carbohydrates, such as bread and pasta, are commonly used as fuel in the traditional American diet. Carbs are converted to glucose in your body for energy, while the remainder is stored as glycogen in your muscles and liver. But, just as a hybrid car may run on gas or electricity, your body can generate energy from another source: fat!

The keto diet focuses on taking a modest amount of high-quality protein sources while limiting carb intake. And if you stick to this eating plan, you'll get the benefits of ketosis.


Your body enters ketosis when you eat very little carbs, which is a metabolic condition in which you burn fat instead of carbs for energy.

The keto diet is one method of causing your body to produce ketones. When you fast intermittently or use keto supplements, your body can manufacture ketones as well.

How does the diet work?

The Keto diet involves drastically lowering your carbohydrate intake while drastically increasing your fat intake. Because of the low carbohydrate intake, your body enters a metabolic condition known as ketosis, which is where the diet gets its name. It is preferable to burn fat for energy when your body is in ketosis. It also causes fat to be converted to ketones in the liver, which can be used to provide energy to the brain. Ketogenic diets lower blood sugar and insulin levels while increasing ketones, which has numerous health benefits.

When a person's carbohydrate intake is reduced, the body eventually runs out of fuel, or blood sugar, that it can use fast; this usually occurs after three to four days of carb restriction. When the body knows it is running out of immediate food, it begins to break down protein and fat for energy, resulting in weight loss. The body enters a metabolic state known as ketosis when carbs are reduced.

Now there are different types of the keto diet. Mama keto has published an extended article on the types of keto diet so click here to check that out.

Now coming to foods to avoid:

When you first start keto, the list of restrictions on what you can and can't consume can be overwhelming. It's crucial to understand what high-carb meals, such as legumes or starchy root vegetables, can sneak up on you.

On a keto diet, you should avoid the following foods:

Grain flours and grains, Peas, corn, and most root vegetables, Apples, bananas, grapes, mango, and oranges are among the many fruits available. The majority of legumes and lentils

Beer, sweeter wines, and sugary syrup-based mixed cocktails, Sugar and Dairy products with low fat.

The Mama Keto recommended list of ketogenic food includes:

  • Variety of Meats:

    There are a variety of meats available, including chicken, hog, steak, ground beef, lamb, bacon, turkey, ham, and sausage (in limited amounts).
  • Fatty seafood:

    Salmon, snapper, tuna, halibut, cod, trout, catfish, and scallops are examples of fatty seafood.
  • shellfish:

    Crab, clams, oysters, lobster, and mussels are examples of shellfish.
  • Healthy Fats:

    Eggs, butter, coconut oil, olive oil, ghee, lard, avocado oil, homemade mayonnaise, whole avocados are the most common fats and oils.
  • Dairy products:

    Heavy cream, soft and hard cheeses, cream cheese, and sour cream are examples of high-fat dairy.
  • Low Carb Veggies:

    Cauliflower, cabbage, broccoli, zucchini, green beans, peppers, eggplants, tomatoes, asparagus, cucumber, onion, mushroom, spinach, lettuce, and olives are among the veggies available.
  • Nuts:

    Almonds, peanuts, macadamia nuts, pecans, hazelnuts, walnuts, and their butters are the most common nuts.
  • Berries:

    Blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries are among the berries available, but only in moderation.
  • Beverages:

    Coffee that is not sweetened, soda, occasionally vodka, ACV drink, Diet Coke (once in awhile)

Counting macros:

Every person is different, and determining the exact nutrients you require in your keto diet plan will help you get off on the right foot without having to wonder why your keto journey isn't succeeding. Use food monitoring apps like MyFitnessPal, Carb Manager, or My Macros+ to keep track of your carbs, fat, and protein.

You'll also want to understand how to calculate net carbs to ensure that the "keto-friendly" product you're about to ingest fits into your keto diet, as well as whether sweeteners like stevia are suitable for keto. You should also learn how to distinguish between net and total carbohydrates.

If you’re starting out on your ketogenic journey, Your primary focus should be on eating clean, eating good and healthy fats and lots of veggies. You can also avail for Mama Keto’s keto food subscription delivery meals which are tailor made according to your needs delivering all over Bangalore!


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Why Mama Keto


The stories we hear of how everyone from movie stars to ordinary people has shed stubborn pounds on a ketogenic diet. So, is it a miracle diet or just the latest fad?
Personalization is the key that makes a difference? Each body responds differently to the food we intake, it's all the more important to assess how the body is responding under the Ketogenic diet. At Mama Keto, we understand the client's goal, personally guide the clients, and be a part of their journey by providing them with constant motivation and support.
Our 30-day unique menu ensures that none of the dishes are repeated taking the monotony away from the diet. Meals prepared are calorie counted, macro counted, and specifically designed for you.
Talk to me and understand how I will be helping you find the balance. If I can do it, so can you.