By Katie K. Davis, USA TODAY SportsThe keto diet can help keep your heart healthy.
It’s a well-known health benefits of eating a low-carb diet that includes moderate amounts of fruits and vegetables.
The idea is to eat foods that are high in ketones, the fuel that fuels your body.
That helps your body keep its energy levels up.
The ketogenic diet is known for its high-protein and low-fat diet.
There are many reasons why people are trying to stick with keto, but there are also plenty of benefits.
Here are the most common reasons you should take a little extra keto in your life.
Lower blood sugar levels: Keto diets tend to lower blood sugar.
If you’re on a low carb diet, you’re more likely to experience weight loss.
A recent study of 6,400 adults found that on a ketogenic plan, people on low-calorie diets experienced a 14% drop in total body fat compared to those on low carb.
The drop was about 6% for men, 4% for women and 3% for those who had a high-fat intake.
Increased insulin sensitivity: When you eat low-protein, low-sugar foods, you are more likely, especially if you’re insulin resistant, to get diabetes.
When your body gets insulin resistance, your insulin levels go up, making it difficult to maintain a healthy weight.3.
Reduced risk for colon cancer: The keto-adapted diet is said to lower your risk for colorectal cancer.
It is based on the idea that low-glycemic carbohydrates, like potatoes and rice, are good for your colon.
It’s a high carbohydrate diet that does not cause insulin spikes.4.
Better sleep: Many people on keto diets report having better sleep than people who do not.
It may also help your body feel more rested, since you’re not eating as many calories.5.
Better digestion: Ketogenic diets are also said to be good for digestion.
It reduces the amount of toxins your body absorbs.6.
Weight loss: It’s estimated that people who are on ketosis lose a pound a week.
They also may lose up to 50 pounds on a high fat diet.7.
Better hair: Hair loss is also linked to lower cholesterol levels.
Keto dieters are also less likely to develop hair disorders, including alopecia areata.8.
Better memory: The body needs the ketone bodies in the body to keep its metabolic rate up.
If your body does not produce ketones during your weight loss, your body needs to get them from other sources.9.
Better mood: Ketogenic diets can help you feel better, especially in the short-term.
Ketogenic dieters tend to have less depression, irritability and anxiety.10.
Less depression: A 2014 study showed that people on the keto and low fat diets did not have a difference in depression rates.
In addition, people who took ketones experienced fewer symptoms of depression and anxiety compared to people who did not take ketones.11.
Better overall health: There are a few studies that suggest that ketones help your immune system function better.
The study of 2,000 men and women found that those on ketone diets had lower levels of inflammation.
That means that their immune system was less reactive and less susceptible to infection.12.
More energy: People on the low- and ketogenic diets tend not to get tired, get tired more quickly or experience fatigue, so they have more energy and a better ability to concentrate on other tasks.13.
Better mental health: Ketones may help with mood disorders like depression and bipolar disorder.
They are thought to help with anxiety disorders and anxiety disorders.14.
More weight loss: The less weight you gain, the more you can maintain your body weight.15.
More healthy eating: People who are taking ketones are also more likely not to overeat.
They eat less and tend to eat less processed foods and fast food, but they also eat less sodium and more whole foods, which are thought of as healthy and nutritious.16.
Better quality sleep: People that take keto have less insomnia, which is thought to make them healthier.
They’re less likely, too, to have night sweats, which can make it hard to sleep.17.
More exercise: If you want to lose weight and maintain it, you may want to try a ketone diet.
You’re less prone to getting tired or getting hungry, and you can also feel more energetic, which makes it easier to focus on other things.18.
More time for exercise: Exercise can help with weight loss and improve your overall health.
A study of 1,000 people showed that the more time you spend exercising, the healthier your body is.19.
More social interaction: People often think of weight loss as a solitary endeavor, but many people are