Keto Diet for you by Amrutam

by Amrutam India

The new buzzword today in the world of weight loss is ‘keto diet.’ Now, the trends are all about staying fit, working out, cardio and diet plans. It's a lot of work, right? You put in so much of energy to get that beach body you've always wanted, but is it worth putting in that much of energy when there’s a more natural solution? As a better alternative, new age dieticians have developed a diet known as the keto diet.

But, what is keto diet? And, how does the keto diet work?

A keto diet is a low-carb diet; which means that you consume a very minute amount of carbohydrates and a good portion of food rich in proteins and other constituents.

What happens when you consume food rich in carbohydrates?

When you eat food rich in carbohydrates, your body produces glucose and insulin. Glucose is your primary source of energy, but what happens to fat? Nothing. It just gets stored in your body.

And when you don't consume carbohydrate-rich foods?

Your liver produces ketones which your body uses as energy to continue with your daily activity. On a keto diet, your body forces itself into a state known as ketosis. It is a process where your liver breaks down its fat and produces ketones to help you survive when your food intake is minimal. With a keto diet, you do not starve at all; you starve specifically from carbohydrates. This diet regime has numerous benefits like weight loss, controlled blood sugar, keeps your cholesterol in check, improves your skin, gets rid of acne and much more. But, you need to follow this diet strictly for it to work its wonders.

As the keto diet has food with low carbohydrate intake, here is a list of foods that you can consume:

Leafy veggies - spinach, lettuce

Vegetables - broccoli, cauliflower

Dairy products - pure ghee, cheese, high fat cream

Cereals and nuts – almonds, walnuts, sunflower seeds

Avocado and berries – raspberries, blackberries

Sweeteners – stevia, erythritol, monk fruit

Other fats – coconut oil, high-fat salad dressing, saturated fats

These are among the few that you can consume. But, guess what? You can use Amrutam ghee in keto diet as well! Free from chemicals and packed with nutrients, this pure desi cow ghee is hand-churned and can be used to cook any dish. One tablespoon of this ghee explicitly made from the milk of A2 cows is a healthy substitute for butter and is creamy and delicious.

Treat yourself to a bottle of Amrutam ghee today and enjoy a life full of tasty treats and health.